Darkwood Dub ‎– Elektro Pionir

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B92 ‎– CD 001
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1 Elektro Pionir
Edited By – Velja Mijanović
4:27
2 Nedaleko Odavde
Violin, Guest – Filip Krumes
6:24
3 Ispod Reaktora 5:24
4 O Pustinji
Saxophone, Arranged By [Brass Instruments], Guest – Dušan Petrović (2)Trombone, Guest – Nemanja Kojić
3:47
5 Supernova
Saxophone, Arranged By [Brass Instruments], Guest – Dušan Petrović (2)Trombone, Guest – Nemanja KojićViolin, Guest – Filip Krumes
4:57
6 Iznenadna Zvona
Backing Vocals, Guest – Ana Žunić
5:49
7 Nepravdab
Saxophone, Arranged By [Brass Instruments], Guest – Dušan Petrović (2)Trombone, Guest – Nemanja Kojić
7:28
8 Nepravda
Keyboards, Guest – Vasil Hadžimanov
5:43
9 Tabla
Backing Vocals, Guest – Ana Žunić
4:42
10 Jednog Jutra
Saxophone, Arranged By [Brass Instruments], Guest – Dušan Petrović (2)
4:30
11 Potaman
Keyboards, Guest – Vasil HadžimanovVocals, Guest – Ana Žunić
6:26
12 Zapremina Tela 7:31

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Recorded at Studio Akademia, September 1998 - February 1999.
Postproduction and mastering @ VELJAM studio.
p & c 1999 K.V.S. / FreeB92

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  • Rights Society: SOKOJ
  • Matrix / Runout: VTCD FreeB92 CD001
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L201
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3409

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MC001 Darkwood Dub Elektro Pionir (Cass, Album) B92 MC001 Yugoslavia 1999 Sell This Version

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edreid1

edreid1

February 1, 2015

In my opinion this is the best album every recorded. Like other great bands (Devo and Martha and the Muffins, for example) this will not be everyone's taste, but the album was very much a product of its place and time, when many Serbs (mainly younger and more educated ones) were rebelling against the Milosovic regime. Every tune on this album is excellent, my favourite tunes change with time but have included the title track, "Supernova" , "Nepravda", "Potoman" and the current favourite "Jednog Jutra". If you're interested in hearing the best active band in the world on their best album (their 'breakout', the one that made them Serbia's leading band) then get this in whatever way you can- you won't be sorry!