Nema laži, nema prevare - Zagreb uživo `85

Nema laži, nema prevare - Zagreb uživo `85
Riblja Čorba
Released 1995
Recorded February 2, 1985
Genre Hard rock
Rock
Length 44:11
Label Biveco
Riblja Čorba chronology

Zbogom, Srbijo
(1993)
Nema laži, nema prevare – Uživo, Zagreb `85
(1995)
Ostalo je ćutanje
(1996)

Nema laži, nema prevare – Uživo, Zagreb `85 (trans. No Lies, No Frauds - Live, Zagreb '85) is the second live album by former Yugoslav and Serbian rock band Riblja Čorba. Originally a bootleg recording of Riblja Čorba concert held in Zagreb on February 2, 1985, Nema laži, nema prevare - Zagreb uživo `85 was released as a live album in 1995 by Slovenian record label Biveco. The recording was not remastered, or edited in any other way for the release. The band has included the album into their official discography.[1]

Track listing

  1. "Draga, ne budi peder" – 4:17
  2. "Dvorska budala" – 3:29
  3. "Rock 'n' Roll za kućni savet" – 4:16
  4. "Neću da ispadnem životinja" – 4:40
  5. "Dva dinara, druže" – 4:34
  6. "Evo ti za taksi" – 2:47
  7. "Egoista" – 2:48
  8. "Hleba i igara" – 3:03
  9. "'Alo" – 3:06
  10. "Prevara" – 4:28
  11. "Kad hodaš" – 4:53
  12. "Sačekaj" – 3:38
  13. "Kako je lepo biti glup" – 4:21
  14. "Džindžer solo" – 3:24
  15. "'Ajde beži" – 4:12
  16. "Odlazak u grad" – 2:16
  17. "Ostaću slobodan" – 2:17
  18. "Voli, volim, volim žene" – 2:47
  19. "Neću da te volim" – 4:14
  20. "Priča o Žiki Živcu" – 3:24

Personnel

References

External links

  • at Discogs
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