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San koji srećan sanjaš sam

San koji srećan sanjaš sam
Block Out
Released 1998
2004 (reissue)
Recorded January 18, 1998 - June 15, 1998
Akademija studio, Belgrade
Genre Alternative rock, Art rock, Acoustic rock, Doom metal, Psychedelic rock
Length 72:26
Label Metropolis Records
Multimedia Records (reissue)
Producer Aleksandar Radosavljević
Block Out chronology

Godina sirotinjske zabave
(1996)
San koji srećan sanjaš sam
(1998)
Ako imaš s kim i gde
(2004)

San koji srećan sanjaš sam (trans. A Dream You Happily Dream Alone) is the third album by the Serbian alternative rock band Block Out, released by Metropolis Records in 1998. Considered to be one of best Serbian rock albums ever. Some of the songs were predicting war cataclysm that hit FR Yugoslavia few months after the release of the album. The album was re-released by Multimedia records in 2004.

Tracklisting

All tracks written by Nikola Vranjković.

  1. "San koji srećan sanjaš sam" (5:02)
  2. "Najduži je poslednji sat" (5:39)
  3. "1228 (Zečevi beli)" (5:12)
  4. "Zvezdane staze" (2:49)
  5. "Raskorak" (6:37)
  6. "Zorka" (7:19)
  7. "Blentostamin" (6:11)
  8. "U krtogu" (3:33)
  9. "Armatura" (5:27)
  10. "Protiv sebe" (5:10)
  11. "Beltaine" (2:47)
  12. "Sudopera" (3:43)
  13. "Finansijska konstrukcija" (4:41)
  14. "Koma" (8:14)

Personnel

  • Miljko Radonjić (drums)
  • Aleksandar Balać (bass, vocals)
  • Milutin Jovančić (vocals, artwork by [design])
  • Nikola Vranjković (guitar, vocals, music by, lyrics by)
  • Dragoljub Marković (keyboards, vocals)

Additional personnel

  • Velja Mijanović (edited by, mastered by)
  • Goran Živković Žika (engineer [postproduction])
  • Aleksandar Radosavljević (recorded by, producer, vocals on tracks 1, 5, 13)
  • Nebojša Zulfikarpašić Keba (guitar on tracks 3, 8, 10, 13)
  • Srđan Sretenović (cello on track 2)
  • Nemanja Popović (vocals on track 2)
  • Strahinja Milićević (vocals on track 6)
  • Nemanja Kojić Kojot (trombone on track 7)
  • Dejan Lalić (mandolin on track 8)

External references

  • EX YU ROCK enciklopedija 1960-2006, Janjatović Petar; ISBN 978-86-905317-1-4
  • San koji srećan sanjaš sam at Discogs
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