Panta rei (Jelena Tomašević album)

Panta Rei
Jelena Tomašević
Released October 2008
Recorded 2007-2008
Genre Pop, Ethnic
Length 56:37
Label Minacord
Singles from Panta Rei
  1. "Oro"
    Released: March 10, 2008.
  2. "Košava"
    Released: July 30, 2008.
  3. "Okeani"
    Released: November 20, 2008.
  4. "Panta Rei"
    Released: March 18, 2009.
  5. "Med I Zaoka"
    Released: August 5, 2009.

Panta Rei is the debut album of Serbian singer Jelena Tomašević. The album features two songs that she entered to represent Serbia (and Montenegro) in the Eurovision Song Contest: Jutro (2006) and Oro (2008).

This album was released in October 2008

Track listing

# Title English translation Time Notes
1 "Panta Rei" Everything Changes 4:12
2 "Košava" Košava 3:40
3 "Okeani" Oceans 2:59
4 "Ako opet odlaziš" If You Leave Again 4:41
5 "Med i žaoka" Honey and the Sting 4:51
6 "Oro" Oro 3:04 Featuring Bora Dugić. Won Beovizija 2008. Sixth place in ESC 2008
7 "Ne dam na tebe" I Don't Give In To You 4:20
8 "Nema koga" There Is No-one 3:31 Featured in the film "Ivkova Slava"
9 "Zovi me danima" Call Me For Days 3:48
10 "Jutro" Morning 3:06 Earned second place in Evropesma 2005
11 "Noćas dođi mi" Come to Me Tonight 3:18
12 "Minha dor" My pain 3:03 Portuguese version of Oro
13 "Έλα αγάπη (Ela agapi)" Come on, Love. 3:06 Greek version of Oro
14 "Adiós amor" Goodbye, Love. 3:04 Spanish version of Oro
15 "Oro (House remix)" 5:39

Songs in italics are bonus tracks.

References

  1. ESCToday: Article on the release of Jelena Tomašević's debut album


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