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Indexi Nase Doba/Sto Je Prazan Citav Svijet album cover
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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Nase doba
2. Sto je prazan citav svijet
3. Pruzam ruke
4. Jednom smo se svadjali

Line-up / Musicians

- Ismet Arnautalic / guitar
- Djordje Kisic / drums
- Davorin Popovic / vocal
- Slobodan Kovacevic / guitar
- Fadil Redzic / bass

Releases information

7"-EP PGP RTB EP 50114 (1967 Yugoslavia)

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Review by Seyo
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3 stars This EP marks the beginning of INDEXI's (at the time they spelled their name "INDEKSI" which is phonetic pronunciation of the former) reliance on their own, original songwriting, instead of then customized practice of copying and translating the western pop hits. Out of three strong original tracks, "Pruzam ruke" ("Streching My Hands") was to become a major hit in Yugoslavia and was one of the first originally written rock hits in native language. "Nase doba" ("Our Time") is an answer to the whole "my generation" concept, while "Sto je prazan citav svijet" ("Why the Whole World is so Empty?") is a melancholic beat offering with a MOODY BLUES-like part with what sounds like a flute. The whole sound of INDEXI in this period was under strong influence of THE BEATLES, so the inclusion of the cover of Lennon's "Nowhere Man" (under translated title "Jednom smo se svadjali") on this record is quite natural. This is an important release of the 1960s British Invasion/beat sound in Yugoslavia and it already contains ingredients (orchestration arrangements, prominent use of organ, reverse tape effects...) of future psychedelic/progressive sound.

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