Trojica u mraku

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Trojica u mraku
Cover of Trojica u mraku, by Aerodrom.jpg
Studio album by
Released1986
RecordedJuly 1986
SIM Studio
(Zagreb, Croatia)
Genre Rock
Length35:38
Label Jugoton
Producer Jurica Pađen
Aerodrom chronology
Dukat i pribadače
(1984)
Trojica u mraku
(1986)
Flash Back 1979-1986
(1996)
Singles from Dukat i pribadače
  1. "Zagreb, Ljubljana i Beograd"
    Released: 1986
  2. "Pozdrav s Bardo ravni"
    Released: 1986

Trojica u mraku is the fifth album of the Croatian rock band Aerodrom, released through Jugoton in 1986. The album was named after the comic book drawn by Andrija Maurović and introduced band's frontman Jurica Pađen as a producer, with an intent to bring Aerodrom's sound back to rock. [1] The band recorded as a trio, with Zlatan Živković returning, this time on drums. Trojica u mraku did not produce any successful singles and the band broke up several months after the album was released. It was their last album until the reunion in 2000.

Contents

Track listing

All music and lyrics written by Jurica Pađen, all arrangements by Aerodrom.

Side one
No.TitleLength
1."Vatra je na nebu"3:08
2."Metar vina"3:10
3."Eat a shit"3:10
4."Zagreb, Ljubljana i Beograd"4:25
5."Razbi sve satove"3:36
Side two
No.TitleLength
6."Pogrešan dan"2:52
7."Ljubav nije knjiga"3:53
8."Šutnja"4:24
9."Fina porodica"1:46
10."Pozdrav s Bardo ravni"5:14
Total length:35:38

Personnel

Aerodrom
Additional musicians
Artwork
Production

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References

  1. "Aerodrom". crorec.net (in Croatian). Croatia Records . Retrieved 13 January 2021.