Alka Vuica

Croatian pop music singer-songwriter, born June 08, 1961 in Pula, Croatia.
Also prominent lyricist for other artists. Part-time TV host journalist.

Her first lyrics appear in 1982 and she has released her solo album debut in 1993. She was known as one of the first croatian songwritter to use etno elements in pop songs. Beside her own 8 album materials, she wrote and colaborated on some total of 300 songs.

She has written numerous lyrics of some famous songs, including works for Josipa Lisac, Boris Novković, Tajči, Neki to vole vruće, Denis & Denis, Tony Cetinski, Sandi Cenov, Vlado Kalember, Oliver Dragojević, Hanka Paldum, Željko Bebek, Hari Mata Hari, Goran Karan and many others.

Since April 2016 she has been host of her own TV show where she has interviewed entertainment and music industry celebrities, which is now broadcasting for 3rd season on bosnian TV channel PINK-BH.


MC CAH 0023 Alka Vuica - Winnetou album art Alka Vu...* Winnetou(Cass, Album) CroatiaTon MC CAH 0023 Croatia 1993 Sell This Version
Alka Vuica - Laži Me album art Alka* Laži Me (Album) Lobel Naklada Croatia 1994 Sell This Version
Alka Vuica - Za Tebe Čuvam Sebe album art Alka Vuica Za Tebe Čuvam Sebe (Album) Croatia Records Croatia 1995 Sell This Version
CD D 5104605 Alka Vuica - Alkatraz album art Alka* Alkatraz(CD, Album) Croatia Records CD D 5104605 Croatia 1997 Sell This Version
Alka Vuica - Balkan Girl album art Alka Vuica Balkan Girl (Album) Croatia Records Croatia 1999 Sell This Version
Alka Vuica - Profesionalka album art Alka* Profesionalka (Album) Croatia Records Croatia 2001 Sell This Version
Alka Vuica - Cirkus album art Alka Vuica Cirkus (Comp, Album) Croatia Records Serbia and Montenegro 2004 Sell This Version
CD 711758 Alka Vuica - Alkina Kafana album art Alka Vuica Alkina Kafana(CD, Album) Hit Records (9) CD 711758 Croatia 2013 Sell This Version
CD 713813 Alka Vuica - Croatian Summer album art Alka Vuica Croatian Summer(CD) Hit Records (9) CD 713813 Croatia 2016 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

none Alka Vuica - Laži Me / Baš Me Briga album art Alka Vuica Laži Me / Baš Me Briga(Cass, Single, Promo) CroatiaTon none Croatia 1994 Sell This Version
none Alka Vuica - Ljubav Se Izlizala album art Alka Vuica Ljubav Se Izlizala(CDr, Single, Promo) Croatia Records none Croatia 2006 Sell This Version


Alka Vuica - The Best Of album art Alka Vuica The Best Of (Comp) Croatia Records Croatia 1996 Sell This Version
CD 5979777 Alka Vuica - Najljepše Ljubavne Pjesme album art Alka Vuica Najljepše Ljubavne Pjesme(CD, Comp) Croatia Records CD 5979777 Croatia 2012 Sell This Version


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April 5, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
Alka's first album had 3 versions - different artwork and concept.

First edition was released in 1993. by CroatiaTon only on cassette - and it was titled "Winnetou". Between tracks were little concept pieces - and cover picture was taken by famous art photographer Stephan Lupino. This is only edition that includes cover of "Sa Druge Strane Jastuka" (Bajaga I Instruktori) (Bajaga was ex Alka's boyfriend) - and it is re-titled "Sa Druge Strane Vremena", but the rest of the lyrics are same as original.

Second edition was released by CroatiaTon on CD (I am not sure for cassette) in the beginning of 1994. after huge success of song "Laži Me" and it was titled "Laži Me!". Different cover was used and little music pieces were deleted. But few new songs were added because of CD duration including few English versions. And few songs were previously released on EP cassette, released for HRT Orfej label.

Third and final edition was released by Lobel Naklada on CD & cassette by the end of 1994. - again, after huge success of new song "Od Kad Te Nema", released in the summer of 1994. - many songs from second edition were deleted and only 10 songs were left. This edition was called "Laži Me" and new artwork was presented (front picture was taken from second edition's back inlay).

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