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Godina sirotinjske zabave

Godina sirotinjske zabave
Block Out
Released 1996
2004 (reissue)
Recorded May 1995 - July 1996
Akademija studio, Belgrade
Genre Alternative rock
Length 73:26
Label Metropolis Records
Multimedia records (reissue)
Producer Dejan Škopelja
Danilo Pavićević
Block Out chronology

Crno, belo i srebrno
Godina sirotinjske zabave
San koji srećan sanjaš sam

Godina sirotinjske zabave (trans. A Year of Poverty Amusement) is the second album by the Serbian alternative rock band Block Out, released by Metropolis Records in 1996. The album was rereleased by Multimedia records in 2004.


All tracks by Nikola Vranjković.

  1. "Veži me" (2:45)
  2. "Elektro-liza (gradski rok sa hevi elementima)" (3:30)
  3. "Vertikalno gledano" (6:40)
  4. "Trenje" (6:32)
  5. "Gledam kao..." (1:11)
  6. "Manastir" (3:20)
  7. "Kad hodam" (4:19)
  8. "Čarobni akord" (3:15)
  9. "Godina sirotinjske zabave" (8:13)
  10. "SDSS" (4:47)
  11. "Poštar" (4:12)
  12. "Nedostupna polja" (6:17)
  13. "Sekira" (3:43)
  14. "Ka zelenoj obali" (6:23)
  15. "Tri korne penal" (10:20)


  • Miljko (Miljko Radonjić; drums)
  • Mita (Milutin Jovančić; vocals, artwork by [design])
  • Trle (Dragan Majstorović; keyboards)
  • Balać (Aleksandar Balać; bass)
  • Nikola (Nikola Vranjković; guitar, music by, lyrics by)

Additional personnel

  • Ivan Brusić (engineer [postproduction])
  • Velja Mijanović (engineer [postproduction])
  • Rodoljub Stojanović (executive producer, percussion on 5)
  • Danilo Pavićević (guitar on 1, 5, 7, 13, 14)
  • Danilo Pavićević (producer [assistant], guitar on 1, 5, 7, 13 and 14, vocals on 1 and 2)
  • Aleksandar Radosavljević (producer, recorded by, engineer [postproduction], guitar on 8 and 15, backing vocals on 1 and 2)
  • Dejan Škopelja (recorded by, co-producer on 4, 10, 12)
  • Acika Logoped (Aleksandar Stanojević; percussion on 5)
  • Vladimir Lesić (percussion on 8 and 13)
  • Miša Savić Mipi (keyboards on 4)
  • Đura Svarog (Zoran Đuroski; vocals on 9)
  • Nebojša Zulfikaprašić Keba (guitar on 15)
  • Zoran Antonijević (vocals on 8, 10, 12, 14)
  • Nemanja Popović (vocals on 10 and 12)
  • Dragoljub Marković (vocals on 14, keyboards on 7 and 14)
  • Gordan Paunović (voice on 2)


In 2000, the song "Manastir" ("Monastery") was polled No.100 on Rock Express Top 100 Yugoslav Rock Songs of All Times list.[1]

External references

  • EX YU ROCK enciklopedija 1960-2006, Janjatović Petar; ISBN 978-86-905317-1-4
  • Godina sirotinjske zabave at Discogs
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