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Tri (album)

Tri
Studio album by Ana Stanić
Released 2002
(See Release history)
Recorded 2001–2002
Genre Pop
Length 55:20
Label PGP-RTS
Producer Ana Stanić, Ivan Kljajić, Dragutin Jakovljević, Saša Habić
Ana Stanić chronology
Vidim te kad
(1999)
Tri
(2002)
U ogledalu
(2004)
Singles from Tri
  1. "20, 30 godina"
    Released: 2002
  2. "Ako živiš za mene"
    Released: 2002

Tri (English: Three) is a 2002 album by Serbian pop singer Ana Stanić. It was released in June 2002.

The album contains 10 songs, and 4 remixes. The video for her first hit-single off the album titled "20, 30 godina" was filmed in Budapest, though, it was originally planned to be filmed in Thailand. It was released in spring 2002, and became one of her signature songs.

Track list

  1. "Ako živiš za mene" — 4:04
  2. "Prijateljska" — 3:46
  3. "Stranac" — 4:03
  4. "Samba" — 4:09
  5. "Sat" — 3:55
  6. "Plima i oseka" — 3:09
  7. "Autoput" — 3:55
  8. "20, 30 godina" — 4:34
  9. "I kada si sam" — 3:33
  10. "Priča ova ulica" — 4:08
  1. "20, 30 godina (Guitar Mix)" — 3:44
  2. "Sat (Remix)" — 4:48
  3. "20, 30 godina (Remix)" — 4:14
  4. "Priča ova ulica (Remix)" — 3:17

External links

  • Official Website of Ana Stanić
  • Label Report PGP-RTS
  • On: www.discogs.com
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