Metar iznad asfalta

Metar iznad asfalta
Ana Stanić
Released 1998
(See Release history)
Recorded 1997–1998
Genre Pop
Length 47:41
Producer Ana Stanić, Ivan Kljajić, Nenad Stefanović, Voja Aralica
Ana Stanić chronology

Metar iznad asfalta
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Singles from Metar iznad asfalta
  1. "Molila sam anđele"
    Released: 1997
  2. "Točkovi"
    Released: 1998
  3. "Grad"
    Released: 1998
  4. "Sama"
    Released: 1998

Metar iznad asfalta (English: One Meter Above the Asphalt) is a 1998 debut album by Serbian pop singer Ana Stanić. She debuted as a solo artist with a song "Molila sam anđele" on Mediterranean Festival which was held in Budva. It was later released as her debut and first single off then-upcoming album, and it became very successful in the country, becoming her most notable and signature song to date. The album was released in summer 1998.

The album contains 11 songs, and 2 bonus tracks. The videos were shot for all four singles released off the album.

Track list

  1. "Grad" — 3:41
  2. "Sunčan dan" — 3:43
  3. "Duh" — 3:53
  4. "Život je lep " — 4:04
  5. "Javi se" — 3:41
  6. "Točkovi" — 3:11
  7. "Sama" — 3:42
  8. "Ni veru ni ljubav" — 3:35
  9. "Prizori boje prošlosti" — 4:23
  10. "Zadnji sjaj" — 3:14
  11. "Molila sam anđele (Unplugged)" — 2:37
  1. "Grad (Goran Geto Mix)" — 3:44 (Bonus Track)
  2. "Molila sam anđele" — 3:58 (Bonus Track)

External links

  • Official Website of Ana Stanić
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