Drugi Način ‎– Drugi Način

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A1 Opet...
Lyrics By – Matjačić*Music By – Požgajec*
A2 Carstvo Samoće
Lyrics By – Turina*, Alačević*Music By – Kurtović*
A3 Na Mom Dlanu
Lyrics By – Turina*Music By – Drugi Način
AA1 Lile Su Kiše
Lyrics By – Bjelac*Music By – Kurtović*
AA2 Žuti List
Written-By – Drugi Način
AA3 Stari Grad
Lyrics By – Turina*, Bjelac*Music By – Kurtović*

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Recorded at studio Akademik, Ljubljana on 1.2.1975 and 12.2.1975.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LP 55-5252 Drugi Način Drugi Način(LP, Album, Gat) PGP RTB LP 55-5252 Yugoslavia 1975 Sell This Version
SLR-008 Drugi Način Drugi Način(LP, Album, RP) Still Looking Records SLR-008 Hungary 2011 Sell This Version
LP 55-5252 Drugi Način Drugi Način(LP, Album, RE, RP) PGP RTB LP 55-5252 Yugoslavia Unknown Sell This Version
LP 55-5252 Drugi Način Drugi Način(LP, Album, RE, RP, Gat) PGP RTB LP 55-5252 Yugoslavia Unknown Sell This Version
LP 55-5252 Drugi Način Drugi Način(LP, Album, RE, RP) PGP RTB LP 55-5252 Yugoslavia Unknown Sell This Version

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johnkatsmc5

johnkatsmc5

June 5, 2013

The group came from Zagreb and released arguably the best ever Croatian Heavy Rock Album in 1975.

In the first half of the 1970s Branko Požgajec (vocals, keyboard, flute), Halil Mekić (guitar) and Vjekoslav Poldrugac (bass guitar) performed in the reformed Novi Akordi (trans. New Chords). After Mekić left the band due to his army obligations, Ismet Kurtović (vocals, guitar, flute) joined the band. This lineup released single with songs "Opet" and "Odlazak" and went on a tour. In July 1974 they were joined by Boris Turina (drums), who decided to leave a career of a table tennis player and dedicate himself to music. Turina previously wrote lyrics for several songs of Crveni Koralji and performed with Crveni Koralji and the first lineup of Zlatni Akordi. As this lineup of the band did not feature any original member of Zlatni Akordi, the members decided to rename themselves to Novi Akordi (New Chords), and in October 1974 adopted the name Drugi Način (The Other Way). The band members chose their name after a poem by Federico García Lorca and the band's logo was desined by comic book author Igor Kordey.
The band started to hold regular concerts at the music club Big Ben in Zagreb, and at the end of 1974 they recorded their debut album. The record label Jugoton from Zagreb did not want to sign the band, and the members broke the contract with another Zagreb-based record label, Suzy, because of disagreement about the album cover. Finally, the band signed for PGP-RTB from Belgrade, only because one of the editors liked the album artwork and decided to offer Drugi Način a contract without even listening to the album. Drugi Način, released in 1975, was a concept album with music influenced by Wishbone Ash, Deep Purple and Free and lyrics dealing with solitude. The music was written by Požgajec and Kurtović and the lyrics were written by Turina.
And the end of 1976 Požgajec left the band due to his army obligations, and during his absence guitarists Kurtović and Mekić left Drugi Način and formed the band Nepočin. After Požgajac returned from the army Drugi Način continued their activity with guitarists Branko Bogunovič and Nikola Gečević. This lineup released several singles, before Turina, Bogunović and Gečević left the band. Having left Drugi Način Gečević formed Žuta Minuta and later a better-known band Regata. Drummer Miroslav Budanko and guitarist Robert Krkač joined Drugi Način, and soon after Ismet Kurtović returned to the band, bringing bassist Boža Ilić. After Krkač joined Film, Danijel Veličan became Drugi Način's new member. In 1982 this lineup released album Ponovo na putu (On the Road again) which did not gain the popularity of the band's previous album, but the band continued to perform actively until the second half of the 1980s when the band went on hiatus and performed occasionally only until 1990.