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YU zlato

YU zlato
YU grupa
Released September 1976
Recorded 1971–1976
Genre Hard rock
Progressive rock
Folk rock
Blues-rock
Label Jugoton
YU grupa chronology

YU grupa
(1975)
YU zlato
(1976)
Među zvezdama
(1977)

YU grupa (trans. YU Gold) is a compilation album by Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band YU grupa, released in 1976. The album features songs from the band's 7" singles released in the 1971–1976 period.

YU zlato features some of the band's biggest hits: "Čudna šuma", "Šta će meni vatra", "U tami disko kluba", folk-oriented "Nona", "Kosovski božuri" and "Sama", and the cult ballad "Crni leptir". However, only two of the songs from YU zlato, "Čudna šuma" and "Crni leptir", have been, beside on a 7" single, published on a studio album (both on the band's 1973 self-titled debut).

The album was polled in 1998 as the 57th on the list of 100 greatest Yugoslav rock and pop albums in the book YU 100: najbolji albumi jugoslovenske rok i pop muzike (YU 100: The Best albums of Yugoslav pop and rock music).[1]

Track listing

No. TitleLyricsMusic Length
1. "Nona"  D. JelićD. Jelić 5:39
2. "Kosovski božuri" ("Kosovo Peonies")D. JelićD. Jelić 4:45
3. "Sama" ("Alone")V. MarjanovićM. Kostić 4:10
4. "Čudna šuma" ("Strange Forest")D. NedimovićD. Jelić 3:43
5. "Bio jedan pas" ("There Once Was a Dog")P. NikM. Kostić 3:13
6. "Tatica" ("Daddy")D. JelićD. Jelić 4:03
7. "Šta će meni vatra" ("I Don't Need No Fire")B.MarušićD. Jelić 4:33
8. "U tami disko kluba" ("In the Darkness of Discothèque")Zoran ModliD. Jelić 4:09
9. "Crni leptir" ("Black Butterfly")D. JelićD. Jelić 3:53
10. "Živi pesak" ("Quicksand")D. ĆućuzM. Kostić 4:53

1996 reissue bonus tracks

No. TitleLyricsMusic Length
11. "Trenutak sna" ("A Moment of Dream")D. NedimovićD. Jelić 4:21
12. "Devojko mala" ("Little Girl")D. NedimovićD. Jelić 3:53
13. "More" ("The Sea")D. NedimovićD. Jelić 5:39

Credits

  • Dragi Jelić – guitar, vocals
  • Žika Jelić – bass guitar, vocals
  • Miodrag Okrugić – organ
  • Velibor Bogdanović – drums
  • Bata Kostić – guitar
  • Ratislav Đelmaš – drums

Reissues

In 1996, the album was reissued on CD by the Hi-Fi Centar record label. The rerelease featured three bonus tracks, "Trenutak sna", "Devojko mala" and "More", all three from the bands 1973 debut album, and an alternate cover. The cover featured a photograph originally used on a cover of the band's 1975 self-titled album.[2]

Legacy

The album was polled in 1998 as the 57th on the list of 100 greatest Yugoslav rock and pop albums in the book YU 100: najbolji albumi jugoslovenske rok i pop muzike (YU 100: The Best albums of Yugoslav pop and rock music).[3]

References

External links

  • at Discogs
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