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5 stars Zabranjeno plakatirati (Forbidden to Post) is the follow up to Buldozer's revolutionary debut "Pljuni istini u oci". Zabranjeno plakatirati continues where "Pljuni istini u oci" ends. The record is full of wierd psyhadelic organ sounds, good guitar solos, strange "broken-up" rythms and Marko Brecelj's shouting, yet quite melodic, vocal "effects". The music is very comlex and when you listen to the record you have the feeling like every note is where it belongs, which gives off a more melodic feel. Zabranjeno plakatirati is not as styllistically mixed as it's predicesor, but by combineing psyhadelic rock(which is maybe the predominant) and hard rock with avant-prog, they have managed to create a complitlly original blend of rock. Music really has that Buldozer mark all over it with wierd sound effects, great musicicanship, acassional samples and of course hilarious black humor and satire, which can only be compared to that of Frank Zappa. The only negative thing about this record is it's lenght - it's to short, just above 30 minutes. But considering all the trouble they had to go trough (they were considered a politically uncorrect band, their records were seen as a threat by the socialist "cultural" establishment) it's surprising that it even got published and that Marko Brecelj was going to leave the group, so I guess that shortness is understandable.

I belive that this record is one the best avant/prog rock records ever made in Central-Eastern Europe as well as the world, but to really understand and enjoy it's genius you must understand Serbo-Croatian. In conclusion I can say that this is one of my favourite records of all time and I consider it an absoulte masterpiece, highly recomended!!!

blazno | 5/5 |


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