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Bijelo Dugme


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4 stars This single contains a rare feat, two completely instrumental songs by Bijelo Dugme! I'm not sure if these were the only ones but it's a special thing indeed. Now I do think that it isn't the same thing to give 4 stars to an album and 4 stars to a single, so keep that in mind about the rating.

It was expected since the drummer Ipe Ivandić was the one who got into symphonic rock waters with Laza Ristovski on that one album. "Dzambo" has a bit of funky vibe to it, with nice keyboards by Laza which sound like they could have come from a more spacey album; there are a bit unnecessary vocals with just the song title in the chorus. "Vatra" is louder and starts more in a hard rock vein, but by the end it goes through a few interesting passages which I wouldn't associate with Bijelo Dugme immediately. All in all, recommended and not just for fans of the band.

historian9 | 4/5 |


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