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  • Gen: industrial rock
  • Type: Musical album
  • Tracks: 15
  • Year: 1993
Ljubljana-Zagreb-Beograd

Musical album di Laibach

Ljubljana–Zagreb–Beograd, released in 1993, is an album by Slovenian industrial group Laibach, recorded in 1982. It is named after three capitals of three former Yugoslav republics - Ljubljana (Slovenia), Zagreb (Croatia) and Beograd (Belgrade) (Serbia). It is predominantly a live album. The cover features Tomaž Hostnik, who committed suicide in 1982, the bleeding comes from a bottle thrown at him at that night's show. Wikipedia

Tracks

Sample Title Time Stream
1 Intro 00:32
2 Unsere Geschhichte 01:06
3 Rdeci Molk (Red Silence) 01:45
4 Siemens 06:15
5 Smrt Za Smrt (Death for Death) 03:30
6 Drzava (The State) 06:23
7 Zavedali So Se - Poparjen Je Odsel (They Have Been Aware - Scalded He Left I) 01:57
8 Delo in Disciplina (Work and Discipline) 03:54
9 Tito Tito 02:15
10 Ostati Zvest Nasi Preteklosti - Poparjen Je Odsel II (To Stay Faithful to Our Past - Scalded He Left II) 03:31
11 Tovarna C19 (Factory C19) 02:11
12 Stt (Machine Factory Trbovlje) 00:31
13 Sveti Urh (Saint Urch) 02:08
14 Drzava (The State Studio Version) 04:55
15 Cari Amici Soldati Jaruzelsky Drzava Svoboda 29:29
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