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5 stars When this album was released in 1975,it sent shocking waves throughout Yugoslavian rock scene for being overly,to put it mildly,avant-garde,self-indulgent and completely anarchic.Now,if you put all these epithets in perspective from purely musical staindpoint,you'll get an unprecedent RIO/avant-garde masterpiece in the vein of Mothers&Zappa,only more on the rock side of the genre.Thealbum is so hilarious and fun to listen,musicianship is top-notch,and all seems like soundtrack for big,weird party.Only problem is the language barrier,more than with any other Yu rock band,you simply have to understand what these guys are singing(?!) about to be able to appreciate music.'Cause words are equally important here.You can find all kinds of musical genres in here,from psychedelic sounds of the opener and polka in "Zivot je feferon" to slow blues in "Gnjus blues" or heavy prog of "Yes mu baby,no".There are some outrageous moment on the record,like puking sounds from a drunk guy in the bathroom or final chorus "I don't want to be a paraplegic".Instrumentation is heavy guitar and hammond organ-led interrupted by outrageous voicing and funny choruses.Altough album was widely criticized by establishment,band received highest recognition from Youth association,rewarding album as a best rock accomplishment of the year.Essential album of European avant-garde rock music,higlly reccomended.
ljubaspriest | 5/5 |


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