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ROK END ROUL-OLSTARS BEND

Buldozer

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2.13 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 1981

Songs / Tracks Listing


1. Sesnaest godina (2:23)
2. Mlad i vjecan (2:26)
3. Odmah kazi da (5:06)
4. Ja imam ritam (2:10)
5. Voli me - ne voli me (3:46)
6. Plesne cipele (2:29)

Total Time 18:22


Line-up / Musicians

- Bele Boris / guitar, vocal
- Borut Činč / keyboards
- Dusan Vran / drums
- Janez Zmazek / lead guitar
- Andrej Veble / bass, vocal

Releases information

12"-EP Helidon FLP 05-030 (1981, Yugoslavia) (mini LP on 45 rpm)
CD-EP BAB RR CD B06045 (year not specified, Slovenia)

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BULDOZER Rok End Roul-Olstars Bend ratings distribution


2.13
(5 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
0%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(20%)
20%
Good, but non-essential (20%)
20%
Collectors/fans only (60%)
60%
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Review by Seyo
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2 stars After the commercial success of their previous album "Izlog jeftinih slatkisa", BULDOZER opted for another unexpected experiment. With old friend J. Zmazek replacing the departed guitarist D. Slamnig, they recorded this EP/mini album (12" vinyl on 45rpm), under the title which is a South-Slav phonetic reading of English "Rock And Roll - All Stars Band". The kitschy cover showcased 6 songs done in rockabilly/revival style, one of them being the re-writing of the standard "Blue Suede Shoes". While this record is nowhere near the scope of the progressive rock, it was done with confidence that, apart from BULDOZER standard approach of heretical and satiric discourse towards the accepted values, they in fact genuinely admired and respected the rock roots expression. However, given the wider perspective of this site and even BULDOZER general opus, I can hardly rate it more than 2 stars - for fans only!

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