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Veliki Prezir
Released 2009
Recorded 2009, Digimedia studio, Belgrade, Kombinat studio, Vrbas
Genre Alternative rock, Indie rock, Experimental music, Blues rock, Garage rock
Length 39:36
Label B92
CD 120
Producer Boris Mladenović, Saša Janković
Veliki Prezir chronology

Ruka bez povratka
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating 5/5 stars[1]
Mikrofonija (favorable)[2]
Mulj (favorable)[3]
Popboks 9/10 stars[4]

Nikadjekraj (Neveristheend) is the fourth studio album by the Serbian britpop/alternative rock band Veliki Prezir, released by B92 in 2009. The album was elected as the best domestic album in 2009 according to the critics of the webzine Popboks.[5]

Track listing

All lyrics and music written by Vladimir Kolarić, except track 1 and 4, music written by Veliki Prezir, and track 2, music by Boris Mladenović and Vladimir Kolarić.

No. Title Length
1. "No no"   2:51
2. "Probudi se sine" (Wake up son) 5:17
3. "Zakopavam" (I am burying) 3:48
4. "Šta ja mislim?" (What am I thinking?) 4:11
5. "Svi se spustite na pod" (Everybody get down to the floor) 3:59
6. "Danas" (Today) 2:08
7. "Nema Hrabrosti" (There is no courage) 3:30
8. "Pomozi Sebi" (Help yourself) 2:19
9. "Idem dole" (I am going down) 2:53
10. "Zvoniće" (It is going to ring) 3:34
11. "Nikadjekraj" (Nevereistheend) 5:06


Veliki Prezir

  • Vladimir Kolarić — vocals, guitar, electric piano, bass, tambourine, harmonica
  • Robert Telčer — guitar, backing vocals, synthesizer [moog]
  • Boris Mladenović — bass, synthesizer, vocals, drums, mixed by [tracks: 3, 8], producer, recorded by
  • Robert Radić — drums

Additional personnel

  • Jovana Tokić — artwork by [design]
  • Ken Stringfellow — electric piano, percussion [electric], synthesizer, vocals [tracks: 1, 4, 5, 7, 10, 11]
  • Igor Bulatović — mastered by, engineer [post-production]
  • Milan Prokop — mastered by, engineer [post-production]
  • Saša Janković — mastered by, engineer [post-production], mixed by [tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 11], producer
  • Dušan Ševarlić — recorded by, bass [track 8]
  • Goran Crevar — recorded by
  • Janko Maraš — recorded by
  • Feđa Frenklin — percussion [track 1]
  • Dušan Kuzmanović — drums [track 3]


External links

  • at Discogs
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