The double album Zašto da ne! (Why Not!), featuring a stylistic combination of Lišće prekriva Lisabon and Distorzija combined with the 1990s musical trends, was recorded with guitarist Dejan Radisavljević "Role", a former Revolveri member, keyboard player Zoran Zagorčić, a former Du-Du-A member, and Srđan Todorović as the second drummer. In September 2004, Ljuba Đukić officially returned to the group, and, in 2006, the band released the compilation album Breskve u teškom sirupu vol. 1 (Peaches in Heavy Syrup Volume 1), using the unused album title of the album Lišće prekriva Lisabon, featuring the rehearsal recordings made at the Belgrade SKC and the performance at Tašmajdan Stadium, both recorded in 1980.
Električni Orgazam compilations chronology. Breskve u teškom sirupu vol. 1 (2006)Breskve u teškom sirupu vol. 12006. The Ultimate Collection' (2009). The Ultimate Collection is the sixth compilation album by the Serbian rock band Električni Orgazam, released as a part of the Ultimate Collection series by Croatia records in 2009. This is the first compilation album to feature a selection of the released material spanning the entire band career. CD 1. CD 2. 2 Notes. Tracks 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 taken from Zašto da ne! Tracks 8, 9 and 10 taken from Živo i akustično. Tracks 11 and 12 taken from A um bum.
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Električni Orgazam – Električni Orgazam. Label: Jugoton – LSY 66130. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. SVIĐA MI SE DA TI NE BUDE PRIJATNO (POST PUNK, GOTH ROCK, EX YU) by DrVojvod. GREAT ex-yu NEW WAVE, SYNTH-POP albums by astraldance. Oi!/Punk by HinamRecords. atlashunt, Hermoso, Seyo, linsak, astraldance, William-Lee.
Električni Orgazam discography. Električni Orgazam discography. Električni Orgazam performing at the Jelen Pivo Live festival in 2008. The discography of the Serbian rock band Električni Orgazam (Serbian Cyrillic: Електрични оргазам; trans. Electric Orgasm), consists of ten studio albums, including the cover album Les Chansones Populaires and the upcoming To što vidiš to i jeste, five live albums, five compilation albums, one EP, and five singles. The band had their first recordings released in 1981, on the Paket aranžman (Package Deal) omnibus showcase album which also featured songs from Idoli and Šarlo Akrobata. In 1993, the band released the live album Balkan Horror Rock II, and the following year, Zašto da ne! (Why Not!), a double studio album.
Električni orgazam adopted a more mainstream rock sound while their concert performances remained punk-oriented, mainly due to the stage persona of their frontman Gile. After their third album Kako bubanj kaže 1984 (translated: "As the Drum Says") keyboardist Ljubomir Đukić left the band. In 1994 they released 2LP album Zašto da ne! (translated: "Why Not!") characterized by a sound with a lot of hippie rock and retro 1970s influencies. Soon after this album original drummer Čavke left the band and moved to live in Australia where he died in 1997. Breskve u teškom sirupu vo. (Automatik 2006) - previously unpublished live bootlegs from earliest gigs and rehearsals.
Listen to music from Električni Orgazam. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Električni Orgazam. 10 tracks · March 1986. Lišće Prekriva Lisabon. Zašto Da Ne! Play album. Najbolje Pesme Vol. 2 1992-1999.
Električni orgazam Albums total. 109. 2. Električni orgazam. 99. 3. To što vidiš to i jeste. 64. 4. Letim sanjam dišem. 51. 5. 44. 6. Braćo i sestre. 41. 7. Zašto da ne! 35. 8. Najbolje Pesme, Volume 2: 1992-1999. 26. 9. Najbolje pesme 1980-1988.
Električni orgazam (Electric Orgasm) is the debut album by the Serbian/Yugoslavian Novi talas band Električni orgazam. It was released in 1981 by Jugoton. Music & lyrics by Srđan Gojković (except were noted). All songs arranged by Električni Orgazam (except were noted). Marina Vulić - bass guitar. Mango (Branko Kuštrin) - drums. Ljubomir Jovanović - guitar. Srđan Gojković - guitar, vocals. Ljubomir Đukić - organ, piano, vocals. Mladen Škalec - engineer.
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|A1||Keine Macht Den Drogen
Flute – Nenad ČanakVocals [Refrain] – Nenad Racković
|A2||I. D. J. S.|
|A3||Nikog Više Ne Čekam
Saxophone – Neša Petrović*
|A4||Ja Sam Sasvim Normalan|
|A5||Zašto Da Ne|
|B1||Kažu Da Te Vratim Mami|
|B2||Daj Mi Sklonište
Vocals – Manja*, Cane*
|B3||Ovaj Put Je Tvoj
Flute – Nenad ČanakViolin – Štukelja*
|B5||Spojimo Se Sad
Saxophone – Neša Petrović*
|B6||Prljava Mala Devojčica|
- Recorded At – Studio M, Novi Sad
- Recorded At – Studio V PGP RTS
- Arranged By – Petrović* (tracks: A1, A3 to B1, B3 to B5), Čavajda* (tracks: A2), Gojković*, Todorović* (tracks: A2, A3), Radomirović* (tracks: B2, B4), Zagorčić* (tracks: B4)
- Artwork By – Leo Fon Punkerstein
- Bass, Vocals – Zoran Radomirović - Švaba*
- Drums, Didgeridoo, Vocals – Goran Čavajda - Čavke
- Drums, Percussion, Tambourine – Srđan Todorović - Žika*
- Engineer – Ivan Vlatković*
- Engineer [Assistant] – Zoran Matijević*
- Guitar – Dejan Radisavljević - Role* (tracks: A4, B1)
- Guitar, Vocals, Organ [Hammond], Piano, Violin, Xylophone – Branislav Petrović - Banana*
- Lyrics By – Petrović* (tracks: A3), Čavajda* (tracks: A2), Gojković*, Todorović* (tracks: A3)
- Music By – Petrović* (tracks: A4, A5, B3, B4), Gojković* (tracks: A1 to B3, B5, B6), Zagorčić* (tracks: B4)
- Organ [Hammond], Piano [Stainway] – Zoran Zagorčić (tracks: B2, B4, B5)
- Photography – Nebojša Babić
- Vocals, Guitar, Producer – Srđan Gojković - Gile*
NotesRecorded May 10. - July 10. 1994 at Studio M, Novi Sad and Studio 5 PGP RTS, Belgrade.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 8 600278 512315
|310041||Električni Orgazam||Zašto Da Ne! (2xLP, Album)||PGP RTS||310041||Yugoslavia||1994|
|CD 410420||Električni Orgazam||Zašto Da Ne! (CD, Album)||PGP RTS||CD 410420||Yugoslavia||1994|