Katarina II ‎– Katarina II

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LD 0954 Katarina II Katarina II(LP, Album) ZKP RTVL LD 0954 Yugoslavia 1984 Sell This Version
none Katarina II Katarina II(Cass, Album, RE, Unofficial) Not On Label none Yugoslavia 1997 Sell This Version
EKVCD 001 Katarina II Katarina II(CD, Album, RE) EKV Records EKVCD 001 Yugoslavia 2002 Sell This Version
EKVMC 001 Katarina II Katarina II(Cass, Album, RE, RM) EKV Records EKVMC 001 Yugoslavia 2002 Sell This Version
KA 004 Katarina II Katarina II(CD, Album, RE, Dig) KA Production KA 004 Serbia 2009 Sell This Version
ATLANTIDE 13 Katarina II Katarina II(LP, Ltd, Unofficial) Atlantide ATLANTIDE 13 Austria 2015 Sell This Version

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Mikilili

Mikilili

March 23, 2018
referencing Katarina II, LP, Ltd, Unofficial, ATLANTIDE 13

The sound is not the same. You can sense the difference, for example, at the beginning of B1(sound of the rhythm machine..). Pirat cover is made of better quality paper but the photos are, maybe just a little bit more blurry and darker than the original. Despite all, this is a pretty good bootleg. It seems to me it's mutch better than others newer reissues of EKV albums....
lukan

lukan

April 28, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Katarina II, LP, Ltd, Unofficial, ATLANTIDE 13

This is edition from pirate label https://www.discogs.com/label/44715-Atlantide They rob the best band ever from former Yugoslavia.
vanjatod

vanjatod

April 28, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Katarina II, LP, Ltd, Unofficial, ATLANTIDE 13

This is bootleg! All bend members are dead and they ripp record and print it without permission from copyright owners.
karmakumulator

karmakumulator

November 9, 2015
referencing Katarina II, LP, Ltd, Unofficial, ATLANTIDE 13

from original 2015 press release:
"Limited to 300 copies only! Some beautiful 1980s Art Pop reaches my desk with this album by Yugoslavian band KATARINA II. First released in 1984 this record fits well with the epic atmospheres Mike Oldfield once created on his quite successful mainstream masterpieces 'Crisis' and 'Discovery' around the same time period. The sound of this album comes as big as it was possible back then and it has a very clean and slick but still vivid approach in a tune like 'Geto' but 'Katarina II' can also get rough and demented when it comes to the more eruptive independent -, punk - and hardrock moments it offers to the listener. You may compare it to early U2 and BAUHAUS as well as to other Eastern bloc rock bands like OLYMPIC from Czechoslovakia but in a very unique fashion. They seem to have devoured every musical influence from Western shores they could get hold of. The depth of their musical background is amazing. 'Katarina II' is quite an accessible album but with sharp edges and spiky corners. The new wave and new romantic aspects are still obvious but the post punk weirdness overshadows the sunny pop appeal of many tunes. If all the Western releases from the 80s were that good. KATARINA II is a strange band among average pop rock acts and still captures your soul with beautiful rock tunes that stay with you forever if you listened to them just once. So this is the progressive way to behold the new wave rock of the 1980s and I must admit that I can drown my mind in these colorful tunes. Lovers of strange but easy to access music, be welcome to get onto the trip of your life."