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Rim 1994

Rim 1994
YU grupa
Released 1995
Recorded November 17 - December 27 1994
Lead Studio, Rome
Genre Hard rock
Length 46:39
Label PGP-RTS
Producer Dragi Jelić
Mario Zannini Quirini
YU grupa chronology

Tragovi
(1990)
Rim 1994
(1995)
Dugo znamo se
(2005)

Rim 1994, also known as Rim only, is the ninth studio album from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band YU grupa.

The album was entitled Rim 1994 (Rim being Serbian for Rome), as it was recorded in Rome at the end of 1994. Rim 1994 is the first album recorded with the guitarist Petar Jelić, who replaced Bata Kostić. There would be a 10-year gap between Rim 1994 and YU grupa's next studio album, 2005's Dugo znamo se.

Track listing

  1. "Odlazim" (D. Jelić, B. Telatović) – 4:20
  2. "Oluja" (D. Jelić, I. Ristić) – 4:24
  3. "Dunave" (D. Jelić, Z. Stanković, V. Andrevski) – 4:18
  4. "Gledaj samo pravo" (D. Jelić, Z. Stanković) – 4:25
  5. "Ruža vetrova" (D. Jelić, Z. Stanković) - 4:14
  6. "Duša peva" (P. Jelić, Z. Stanković, I. Ristić) – 4:58
  7. "Blok" (D. Jelić, I Ristić, P. Jelić) – 3:26
  8. "Hoće, neće" (D. Jelić, I Ristić) – 3:54
  9. "Rock 'n' Roll" (D. Jelić, I Ristić, P. Jelić) – 4:08
  10. "Reka" (D. Jelić, Z. Stanković, P. Jelić) – 4:28
  11. "Buđenje" (P. Jelić) – 4:42

Personnel

  • Dragi Jelić - guitar, vocals
  • Žika Jelić - bass guitar
  • Petar Jelić - guitar
  • Ratislav Đelmaš - drums

Guest musicians

  • Mario Zannini Quirini - keyboards

References

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