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Trilogija 2: Devičanska ostrva

Trilogija 2: Devičanska ostrva
Riblja Čorba
Released 2006
Recorded Studio O, December 15, 2005 - February 15, 2006
Genre Rock
Hard rock
Length 19:08
Label M Factory
Producer Milan Popović
Miša Aleksić
Riblja Čorba chronology

Trilogija 1: Nevinost bez zaštite
(2005)
Trilogija 2: Devičanska ostrva
(2006)
Trilogija 3: Ambasadori loše volje
(2006)

Trilogija 2: Devičanska ostrva (Serbian Cyrillic: Трилогија 2: Девичанска острва, trans. Trilogy 2: Virgin Islands) is the second EP from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Riblja Čorba. It is the second part of the Riblja Čorba trilogy released during 2005 and 2006. The band considers EPs Trilogija 1: Nevinost bez zaštite, Trilogija 2: Devičanska ostrva and Trilogija 3: Ambasadori loše volje three parts of the studio album titled Trilogija, although all three were released separately. All the songs from three EPs were released on the compilation album Trilogija.

The song "Pandorina kutija" was used in the film Uslovna sloboda.

Album cover

The album cover was designed by Jugoslav and Jakša Vlahović.

Track listing

No. TitleLyricsMusic Length
1. "Bilo je žena"  B. ĐorđevićB. Đorđević 5:00
2. "Leti čiča preko bare"  B. ĐorđevićB. Đorđević 3:46
3. "Devičanska ostrva"  B. ĐorđevićB. Đorđević 3:42
4. "Pesma sa porukom"  B. ĐorđevićN. Zorić 3:28
5. "Pandorina kutija"  B. ĐorđevićB. Đorđević 3:12

Personnel

Additional personnel

  • Željko Savić - backing vocals
  • Milan Popović - producer
  • Uroš Marković - recorded by
  • Oliver Jovanović - engineer, mixed by, mastered by

References

External links

  • at Discogs
sr:Трилогија (албум)
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