Laki Pingvini ‎– Šizika

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PGP RTB ‎– 1520105
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Maxi-Single
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The cover artwork is inspired by the rear sleeve of Anđelina, Zumba, Zumba

Recorded May 1983 in "Studio 5 PGP RTB", Belgrade.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Laki Pingvini Šizika(3xFile, MP3, Maxi, RE, 320) Mascom Records none Serbia 2014
1520105 Laki Pingvini Šizika(12", RP) PGP RTB 1520105 Yugoslavia 1983 Sell This Version

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Jarren

Jarren

March 26, 2018
edited 6 months ago

Šizika is an ok pop rock / new wave style track. The vocals are very sleepy, quite dream like. There's a nice little synth riff that pops through the rather mundane (to be honest) proceedings, and overall it's a bit like listening to upbeat Chris Rea.

The next track, "Devojka iz svemira", translates as "Girl From The Universe" as far as I can tell (yeah, from Google).

It's a fresh track. You're brought to a sunny beach, chilling under some shade with a cool drink in your hand.

Well, you get the idea!

Superb synth work, tight percussion, groovy bass, great vocals. It's outstanding.

On the b-side is Možda Možda, which appeared (in demo form) on the Ventilator 202 Demo Top 10 compilation. The version here is a new mix (the demo runs at around 3 minutes).

It sounds clean and professional, but I still prefer the demo version. This 12" version drags on far too long.

Never mind. Check out Devojka iz svemira!