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Crno, belo i srebrno

Crno, belo i srebrno
Block Out
Released 1994
Recorded 1994, Akademija studio, Fokus studio (tracks 6 and 11)
Genre Alternative rock
Hard Rock
Grunge
Length 47:38
reissue 56:18
Label ITV Melomarket
Metropolis Records (reissue)
Producer Dejan Škopelja, Nemanja Popović, Zoran Radetić
Block Out chronology

Crno, belo i srebrno
(1994)
Godina sirotinjske zabave
(1996)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Ritam 2/5 stars[1]

Crno, belo i srebrno (trans. Black, White and Silver) is the debut album by the Serbian alternative rock band Block Out, released by ITV Melomarket records in 1994. The album was rereleased in 2000 by Metropolis records with the bonus track "Leto na Adi" ("Summer at Ada").

Tracklisting

Tracks 1 to 5, written by Danilo Pavićević and Milutin Jovančić, tracks 6 to 12, written by Nikola Vranjković

  1. "Sanjaj me" (3:13)
  2. "Kiša" (3:14)
  3. "Ljubičasto (I)" (2:45)
  4. "Ljubičasto (II)" (2:28)
  5. "Ja znam" (4:06)
  6. "Osam i trideset" (6:06)
  7. "Neki moji drugovi" (6:31)
  8. "Ja ne želim da odeš" (3:25)
  9. "Eutanazija" (3:54)
  10. "Deponija" (6:40)
  11. "Rođendanska pesma" (5:15)
  12. "Leto na Adi" (Bonus track on the 2000 CD reissue) (8:40)

Personnel

  • Miljko Radonjić (drums)
  • Dragan Majstorović (bass)
  • Milutin Jovančić (vocals)
  • Nikola Vranjković (guitar)

Additional personnel

  • Nemanja Popović (co-producer)
  • Zoran Radetić (engineer [post-production])
  • Balać (Aleksandar Balać; performer)
  • Krle (Dragan Jovanović; performer)
  • Leontina (Leontina Vukomanović; performer)
  • Madamme Piano (Ljiljana Rančić; performer)
  • Nemanja (Nemanja Popović; performer)
  • Peđa Milanović (performer)
  • Stevan Vitas (performer)
  • Antiša (performer)
  • Danilo Pavićević (performer [associate band member])
  • Dean Dimitrijević (performer [associate band member])
  • Dejan Škopelja (producer, performer)

External references

  • EX YU ROCK enciklopedija 1960-2006, Janjatović Petar; ISBN 978-86-905317-1-4
  • Crno, belo i srebrno at Discogs
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