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YU grupa (1975 album)

YU grupa
YU grupa
Released 1974
Recorded Radio Television Belgrade Studios, November 1975
Genre Hard rock
Progressive rock
Length 32:54
Label Jugoton
Producer Žika Jelić
YU grupa chronology

Kako to da svaki dan?
(1974)
YU grupa
(1975)
YU zlato
(1976)

YU grupa is the third studio album from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band YU grupa. YU grupa is the band's second self-titled album, the first one being their debut album released in 1973.

Track listing

No. TitleLyricsMusic Length
1. "Možda ti, možda ja" ("Maybe You, Maybe Me")M. TucakovićD. Jelić 4:13
2. "Oprosti, ljubavi" ("Forgive Me, My Love")M. TucakovićD. Jelić 3:51
3. "Bolje se živi" ("It's a Better Living")M. TucakovićD. Jelić 4:41
4. "Čovek kao ja" ("A Man like Me")M. TucakovićD. Jelić, R. Đelmaš 3:29
5. "Novi zvuk" ("New Sound")M. TucakovićD. Jelić, R. Đelmaš 3:01
6. "Ja moram dalje" ("I Must Go On")M. TucakovićD. Jelić, R. Đelmaš 2:55
7. "Ljubav je kao cvet" ("Love Is Like a Flower")M. TucakovićD. Jelić, Ž. Jelić 3:48
8. "Kad" ("When")M. TucakovićD. Jelić, Ž. Jelić 3:26
9. "Kišni dan" ("Rainy Day")M. TucakovićD. Jelić, Ž. Jelić 3:30

Personnel

  • Dragi Jelić – guitar, vocals
  • Žika Jelić – bass guitar, vocals
  • Ratislav Đelmaš – drums

References

External links

  • at Discogs
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