Nikola Vranjković ‎– Zaovdeilizaponeti

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1 Kradljivci Mladosti
Bass – Aleksandar BalaćDrums – Miljko RadonjićGuitar, Vocals – Nikola VranjkovićMixed By – Nikola VranjkovićViolin – Ana Đokić
2 Sretenje
Backing Vocals – Aleksandar BalaćGuitar, Bass – Nikola VranjkovićHorn – Dejan PopinKeyboards – Dragoljub MarkovićMixed By – Boris Krstajić, Nikola Vranjković
3 Jerma
Guitar – Nikola VranjkovićMixed By – Nikola Vranjković
4 Svako Putuje Za Sebe
Acoustic Guitar – Aleksandar BalaćGuitar, Bass, Vocals – Nikola VranjkovićKeyboards, Piano – Stevan Vitas*Mixed By – Nikola VranjkovićViolin – Ana Đokić
5 Gusari
Acoustic Guitar – Dejan LalićBass – Aleksandar BalaćDrums – Miljko RadonjićMixed By – Aca Radosavljević*, Nikola VranjkovićPiano, Backing Vocals – Ana ĐokićVocals, Guitar – Nikola Vranjković
6 Sve Je Pod Kontrolom
Bass, Handclaps, Effects – Aleksandar BalaćEffects – Mengele*, Dejan LalićGuitar, Handclaps, Vocals, Effects – Nikola VranjkovićMixed By – Nikola VranjkovićSampler – Dragoljub Marković
7 Bar Na Kratko
Guitar, Vocals – Nikola VranjkovićKeyboards – Stevan Vitas*Mixed By – Ana Đokić, Nikola Vranjković, Stevan Vitas*Trombone – Nemanja Kojić Kojot*
8 Armatura II
Acoustic Guitar – Aleksandar BalaćMixed By – Nikola VranjkovićVocals, Guitar, Synth – Nikola Vranjković
9 Mali Pas
Backing Vocals – Dragoljub MarkovićGuitar, Vocals – Nikola VranjkovićMixed By – Aca Radosavljević*, Dejan Lalić, Nikola Vranjković
10 Obolenjce
Guitar, Vocals – Nikola VranjkovićHandclaps – Boris*, Hasa*, Lale*, Velja*Mixed By – Nikola Vranjković
11 Nekropolis (Na Tri Minuta Od Slavije)
Acoustic Guitar – Nikola VranjkovićAcoustic Guitar, Effects – Stevan Vitas*

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Recorded from October 2000 to March 2001 at Studio Akademija, apartment at Darvins street at Stevan Vitas place.

The album is included on a CDr with the poetry book of the same title.

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Chizmanoga

Chizmanoga

December 8, 2016
edited over 2 years ago

Nikola Vranjković's solo debut is a powerful album, with some of his best contemporary social commentary in songs like "Kradljivci Mladosti", "Obolenjce" and "Sve Je Pod Kontrolom". However, as an album the whole affair remains a bit of a puzzle. The album was included as a free bonus with Vranjković's first book of poetry (sharing the same title "Zaovdeilizaponeti") on a cover-free CD, reducing it unnecessarily to a supplemental product. The fact that the book was a self-released affair quickly made the album a difficult find. The songs were recorded in a low key (semi-) acoustic fashion, but in terms of their content and style it is the same kind of material that Vranjković wrote for the previous and subsequent Block Out albums "San Koji Srećan Sanjaš Sam" (1998) and "Ako Imaš S Kim I Gde" (2004). Even the song "Armatura II" is a sequel to the song "Armatura" from Block Out's album "San Koji Srećan Sanjaš Sam". It is unclear why Vranjković decided in 2001 to pursue a scaled-down solo album instead of recording a fuller version of this material with Block Out (the choice that Vranjković made also created a long break in the band's discography). Whatever the case might be, the album is a must-have for any Block Out fan. Five stars are given for the content, but some reservations about the execution choices remain.