Iv/An ‎– Godišnje Izvješće

CDr, Compilation, Offline Documentary Evidence Only

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1 Kuća
Written-By – Dorian Gray (5)
2 Emotivno Pražnjenje (Remiksana Verzija)
Translated By – Iv/AnWritten-By – Bill Nelson
3 On
4 Analogija Izdaha
Translated By – Iv/AnWritten-By – Andy Oppenheimer, Robert Oppenheimer
5 Plakati Su Ikone
Written-By – Dobri Isak
6 Žrtva Stihije
Guest – Popsimonova
7 Ne Ostavljaj Me Sada (Remiksana Verzija)
Translated By – Iv/AnWritten-By – Robert Görl


Offline edition for documentary purposes only, documenting recorded material between 2015-16 - some of it slightly remixed from previous free test recordings, while some songs remain previously unreleased, thus remain shelved;

"Kuća" ("A House") is identical to the version released on the micro-edition test single (40/2) while "Ne ostavljaj me sada" ("Don't Leave Me Now" aka "Darling Don't Leave Me") here appears in a slightly remixed form from the version that appeared on the same test single release. "Emotivno pražnjenje" ("Emotional Discharge" aka "Banal") is slightly remixed from the version previously released in a personal edition of two copies only (XL/I aka 40/1), Iv/An's debut test single, featuring also the song "Ovozemaljske stvari" (loosely translating as "Worldly Things") which is not featured on this compilation. "On" ("He") and "Žrtva stihije" ("A Victim Of Circumstances") are identical to the versions officially released as the single (41/2). "Analogija izdaha" ("The Analogy of Expiration" aka "Radiance") remains previously unreleased and is featured here as archive material only. "Plakati su ikone" ("Posters As Icons") is identical to the version officially released on the compilation "I mi plačemo iza tamnih naočara" ("We Too Cry Behind the Dark Glasses"), a tribute to Dobri Isak (PMK033) by PMK Records. On that compilation, this cover version is entitled "Plakati su ikone (plesna simulacija)".

"Godišnje izvješće" literally translates as "Annual Report", featuring material sang in mother tongue. Along this one, there is also an English version of the annual report (41/4) featuring material sang in English. Both are in a way related - featuring similar, reverse red/white-printed sleeve artwork.