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|Genre||Progressive Rock, jazz rock|
Time is the debut studio album by the Yugoslavian rock group Time, released in 1972 by Jugoton.
The album was polled in 1998 as the 3rd on the list of 100 greatest Yugoslav rock and pop albums in the book YU 100: najbolji albumi jugoslovenske rok i pop muzike (YU 100: The Best albums of Yugoslav pop and rock music).
All lyrics are written by Dado Topić; all music is composed by Dado Topić, except where noted
|2.||"Pjesma no. 3"||5:54|
|1.||"Kralj alkohol"||Alberto Krasnić||6:53|
|2.||"Za koji život treba da se rodim"||10:05|
Koncert kod Hajdučke česme is the first live album by Yugoslav rock band Bijelo Dugme, released in 1977. The album's title refers to the band's famous concert played on August 28, 1977 near Hajdučka česma grounds at Košutnjak Park in Belgrade. However, the material on the record is only partially recorded at the said event.
Bistriji ili tuplji čovek biva kad... is the only full-length album by Šarlo Akrobata. Extremely well received by the critics, it has nevertheless failed to achieve much commercial success. In the years since, however, it has reached a cult status, having often been labeled "one of the most important links in the complete oeuvre of ex-Yugo rock", and has influenced many artists in the nineties and beyond, including Rambo Amadeus and Jarboli.
Kost u grlu is the 1979 debut album from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Riblja Čorba.
Istina is the sixth studio album released by Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Riblja Čorba.
Buvlja pijaca is the fourth studio album from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Riblja Čorba, released in 1982.
Večeras vas zabavljaju muzičari koji piju is the fifth studio album from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Riblja Čorba.
Osmi nervni slom is the seventh studio album released by Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Riblja Čorba in 1986.
U ime naroda is the first live album by Serbian and former Yugoslav influential rock band Riblja Čorba. The album was recorded on the band's concert held on April 11, 1982 in Pionir Hall in Belgrade.
Mojoj mami umesto maturske slike u izlogu is the first studio album released by former Yugoslav rock band Rani Mraz.
Plitka poezija is the Serbian punk rock band Pekinška Patka debut album, released in 1980 by Jugoton. The album is the first punk rock album released in Serbia.
YU Grupa is the debut studio album from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band YU Grupa, released in 1973.
YU zlato is a compilation album by Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band YU Grupa, released in 1976. The album features songs from the band's 7-inch singles released in the 1971–1976 period.
Xenia was a Yugoslavian pop rock band from Rijeka, active in period 1981–1985 in Yugoslavia. Their discography includes two 7-inch singles singles and two studio albums.
YU 100: najbolji albumi jugoslovenske rok i pop muzike is a book by Duško Antonić and Danilo Štrbac, published in 1998. It features a list of top 100 former Yugoslav popular music albums, formed according to the poll of 70 Serbian music critics, journalists, artists and others.
Partibrejkers I is the debut eponymous album by the Serbian garage rock/punk rock band Partibrejkers, released by Jugoton in 1985.
Pozitivna geografija is the 1984 debut album from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Bajaga i Instruktori, released in 1984. Originally released as Momčilo Bajagić "Bajaga"'s solo album, the album was later included in Bajaga i Instruktori's official discography, as Bajagić recorded it with musicians with which he would later form Bajaga i Instruktori.
Jahači magle is the third studio album from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Bajaga i Instruktori, released in 1986.
Prodavnica tajni is the fourth studio album from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Bajaga i Instruktori, released in 1988.
Kiselina is the 1973 debut album by Yugoslav progressive rock band Pop Mašina.
Kozmetika is the only album by the Yugoslav new wave/art rock band Kozmetika, released in 1983.