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3.59 | 6 ratings | 2 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Istina Masina [The Real Machine] (4:40),
2. Pjesma No. 3 [Song No. 3] (5:54)
3. Hegedupa Upa (4:57)
4. Kralj Alkohol [The Alcohol King] (7:22)
5. Za Koji Zivot Treba Da Se Rodim [For What Life Should I Be Born] (10:05)
6. Reci Eiganko, Sto Mi U Dlanu Pise [Tell Me Gypsy, What Is Written On My Palm] (6:12)
7. Makedonija [Macedonia] (4:55)
8. Za Koji Zivot Treba Da Se Rodim [For What Life Should I Be Born] (13:07)
9. Reci Eiganko, Sto Mi U Dlanu Pise [Tell Me Gypsy, What Is Written On My Palm] (9:21)

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Line-up / Musicians

- Brane Lambert Zivkovic / acoustic & electric piano, flute
- Dado Topic / vocals
- Mario Mavrin / bass
- Ratko Divjak / drums
- Vedran Bozic / guitar, vocals
- Tihomir Pop Asanovic / Hammond organ

Releases information

Record Label: Wydawnictwo 21 Catalogue #: 21.005
This CD includes the 5 original songs + 4 bonustracks

Thanks to erik neuteboom for the addition
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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(20%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(60%)
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Review by erik neuteboom
3 stars I got this CD as a promo and I always thought that the band name was Vrijeme. Until I noticed on this site the Yugoslavian band Time and checking out their albums I discovered that Vrijeme was the title of a compilation from their first album (1972) plus bonustracks (their single/B-side and two live songs, all from 1973).

Apart from the wonderful Yugoslavian vocals this band sounds like the Early British Progressive Rock Movement (Julian's Treatment, Beggar's Opera, Atomic Rooster and Rare Bird) because of the omnipresent Hammond, the fiery electric guitar and the melodic, tastefully arranged compositions. There is also a nice variation with instruments like the flute, piano, acoustic guitar and even the ubiquitous Mellotron can be heard (short but strongly like Gracious). The electric guitar work is strong and varied: a fine duet with the organ in The Real Machine, bluesy in Song Nr. 3 and a great build-up in the long 'magnum opus' For What Life I Should Be Born (fiery wah-wah in the end), drenched in Hammond organ waves. The four bonustracks are no more or less than a nice addition: the single Tell Me Gypsy sounds like early The Who and the two live songs are more guitar-oriented. If you love the Hammond organ and you are up to the emotional Yugoslavian vocals, this compilation CD is a fine discovery!

Review by Seyo
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4 stars Extremely interesting re-issue by an obscure Polish label, "Vrijeme" (which actually means "Time", the band's very name in English) is an expanded edition of their acclaimed debut album from 1972. In addition to 5 original tracks, it includes two great singles and two live recordings, all from 1973. If, for any reason, you have not succeeded in getting "Time" album, then this may be your alternative chance to grasp the famous prog of early 1970s Yugoslavia. Don't miss it!

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