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Korak napred 2 koraka nazad

Korak napred 2 koraka nazad
Compilation album by Various artists
Released December 6, 1999
Recorded February 1998, March 1999, Akademija studio, Belgrade
February 1999, M studio, Novi Sad
February, September 1999, Music Factory studio, Belgrade
Genre Brit Pop, pop rock, dub, alternative rock, hardcore punk, reggae, indie rock, acoustic music, Funk, electronic music
Length 38:24
Label B92
CD 002/MC002
Producer Velja Mijanović

Korak napred 2 koraka nazad (A Step Forward 2 Steps Backwards) is a various artists cover album, featuring nine Serbian bands performing cover versions of the popular Yugoslav rock songs, released in 1999. The album was intended to be released for the 10th anniversary of the Radio B92, however, before the album release, the station was taken over by the current regime of Slobodan Milošević. Nevertheless, the compilation was released.

Track listing

Korak napred 2 koraka nazad
No. TitlePerformer Length
1. "Ne dozvoli" ("Do not Allow"; Originally performed by Cacadou Look)Eva Braun 4:47
2. "Šejn" ("Shane", originally performed by Haustor)Eyesburn 5:02
3. "Zaboravit ću sve" ("I Will Forget Everything"; originally performed by Fit)Popcycle 4:45
4. "Manitua mi" ("I swear to Manitu", originally performed by Disciplina Kičme)Kanda, Kodža i Nebojša 4:13
5. "Okean" ("The Ocean"; originally performed by La Strada)Veliki Prezir 4:25
6. "Baby, baby" (Originally performed by VIS Simboli)Kristali 2:53
7. "Devojka iz drugog sveta" ("A Girl from Another World"; originally performed by Robna Kuća)Neočekivana Sila Koja Se Iznenada Pojavljuje i Rešava Stvar 4:41
8. "Sad se jasno vidi" ("Now It's Clearly Visible"; originally performed by Šarlo Akrobata)Plejboj 5:22
9. "Đavoli" ("Devils"; originally performed by Đorđe Marjanović)Jarboli 2:16

Additional personnel

  • Škart — album cover [design]
  • Velja Mijanović — producer, engineer [post-producer], mastered by

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