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4 stars Buldozer made their recording debut with this relatively obscure (and rare) single in 1975. The record features two songs that haven't been made available on the 'Lik i djelo' box-set, one being the Brecelj- penned freak-schlager 'Rastemo' [the strings were arranged by Bojan Adamic, respectively] and the other an acoustic version of the 'Pljuni istini u oci' outtake 'Svaki covjek ima svoj blues', a psychedelic tune most probably brought in from the repertoire of Sedem svetlobnih let. The language barrier is still present (although maybe not quite as much as on 'Pljuni...'), but I think one should find this enjoyable even if one doesn't understand Slovenian/Serbo-Croatian.

Although not quite essential, this single is a pretty good addition to your record collection if you can get your hands on it. 3,5 stars.

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