Šta mi radiš

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Šta mi radiš
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Studio album by
Released1983.
RecordedJanuary–February 1983
StudioSnake Ranch Studio, London
Atmosphere Studio, London
Sarm Studios, London
Genre Pop
Pop-rock
Jazz
Label Jugoton
Producer Kornelije Kovač
Zdravko Čolić chronology
Malo pojačaj radio
(1981)
Šta mi radiš
(1983)
Ti si mi u krvi
(1984)

Šta mi radiš is the fifth studio album by Zdravko Čolić, released in 1983.

Released by Jugoton, it would be the last studio album Čolić did for the label as the two parties parted ways after five hugely successful albums.

Track listing

  1. Cherie, Cherie (Đ. Novković, M. Tucaković)
  2. Afrika (Africa) (M. Bajagić - M. Aleksić, M. Bajagić)
  3. Stanica Podlugovi (Podlugovi Train Station) (K. Kovač, V. Dijak)
  4. Crne čarape (Black Stockings) (K. Kovač, M. Tucaković)
  5. Konačno sam (Alone At Last) (Kika Mac, M. Tucaković)
  6. Šta mi radiš (What Are You Doing To Me) (K. Kovač, M. Tucaković)
  7. Daj mi to (Give Me That) (Đ. Novković, K. Kovač - Đ. Novković)
  8. Tvoje oči (Your Eyes) (M. Bajagić - M. Aleksić, M. Bajagić)
  9. Pobjegnimo koji dan na more (Let's Run Away To Sea For A Couple Of Days) (A. Dedić)
  10. Brodolomci (Castaways) (K. Kovač, A. Dedić)
  11. Doviđenja (Goodbye) (K. Kovač, A. Dedić)

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