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5 stars The album was released 1975 and in those times it was a revolution on the Yugoslav music scene. Their mix of satire, irony, Zappa-like humor, freaky rock music and top-notch playing became an instant hit. The record was sold out soon after it's release as the record company PGP RTB refused to print more copies (even though inquiry was very high.)

"Najpogodnije mjiesto" (Best place) A spoken intro with a bottleneck background about the best place to commite a sucide.

"Zivot, to je feferon" ( Life is a chili pepper) Is the first real song on the album, it is a satire about life. It's devided in three parts; "Zivot, sreca, ljubav"(Life, luck, love), "Tramvaj"(Tramway), "Djevojcice male"(Little girl) and it features a great guitar solo from Boris Bele and Hammond organ work from Borut Cinc.

"Sto to radis, Buldozer jedan?!" (What are you doing, you Buldozer?!) Also devided into three parts - "Jedem govedu supu"(I'm eating cow soup), "Bikova osveta"( The bull discovers) and "Idem u raj"(I'm going to ) - is a masterpiece of funny wordplay about a bull and a man who ate his mother.

"Blues gnjus"(Disgust blues) A straight blues track with Marko Brecelj's vocals in the forefront. The lyrics and wordplay are again incredible. The song ends with a sound of a man vomiting because of all the little beast in his head, this is also the theme of song.

"Ljubav na prvi krevet"(Love at first bed) and "Yes my baby, no" are satires about love, romance and relationships. Moods, tempos and styles change quite often. Both songs are hilarious but each in it's own way, each havenig it's style and special feeling.

Styles here are incredibly diverse; hard rock, psychedelic, polka, blues, comedy and of course avant-garde inflances, this is resaulted in an incredible and unique sound of Pljuni Istini U Oci. Sadly thoug, true gratness of this album is only accessbile to people that speak serbo-croatian. In my opinion the best and the greatest album from Buldozer, one of the greatest rock bands from ex-Yugoslavia. Highly reccomended!!!(5/5)

blazno | 5/5 |


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