Ruka bez povratka

Ruka bez povratka
Veliki Prezir
Released 2005
Recorded 2005, Kombinat studio, Vrbas
Genre Alternative rock, Indie rock, Experimental music
Length 42:45
Label B92
CD 108
Producer Boris Mladenović
Veliki Prezir chronology

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Ruka bez povratka (A hand with no return) is the third studio album by the Serbian britpop/alternative rock band Veliki Prezir, released by B92 in 2005.

Track listing

All tracks written and arranged by Vladimir Kolarić, except track 1, co-written with Boris Mladenović, Robert Telčer, track 4, co-written with Telčer, and track 9, co-written with Mladenović.

No. Title Length
1. "Gubi me sudbina" (Destiny is losing me) 4:07
2. "Slušam te" (I am listening to you) 4:02
3. "300 čuda" (300 wonders) 2:58
4. "To je dovoljno" (It is enough) 3:43
5. "Konj" (Horse) 4:44
6. "Suncokreti" (Sunflowrers) 2:57
7. "U kanalima" (In the channels) 4:27
8. "Hemija" (Chemistry) 2:34
9. "Ruka bez povratka" (A hand with no return) 6:37
10. "Gubi me sudbina (bonus)" (Destiny is losing me (bonus)) 4:54


Veliki Prezir

  • Vladimir Kolarić — guitar, vocals, synthesizer [Dx7], synthesizer [moog]
  • Robert Telčer — guitar, backing vocals, synthesizer [moog]
  • Dušan Ševarlić — bass, synthesizer [Dx7], producer [track 6 & 10]
  • Robert Radić — drums

Additional personnel

  • Ivan Brusić — mastered by, engineer [post production]
  • Boris Mladenović — producer, guitar [track 1], keyboards [track 9]
  • Dejan Vučetić — synthesizer [track 4]
  • Draga Antov — vocals [track 9]


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