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Saturday, December 29, 2012

Smak 1975 Smak

Genre: Rock
Rate: 256 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:38:03
Size: 69,69 MB


Smak (Serbian Cyrillic: ????; trans. Endtime) is a Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band from Kragujevac. The group reached the peak of popularity in the 1970s when it was one of the most notable acts of the former Yugoslav rock scene. The band's leader, guitarist Radomir Mihajlovic, nicknamed "Tocak" ("The Wheel"), is considered one of the most influential guitarists on the former Yugoslav rock scene.

Formed in 1971 by the guitarist Radomir Mihajlovic "Tocak" and drummer Dejan Stojanovic "Kepa", the band did not get a default lineup until 1975 by which time bassist Zoran Milanovic, vocalist Boris Arandelovic and keyboard player Laza Ristovski consisted the official band membership. However, after recording their eponymous debut album, Ristovski left the band and the remaining quartet recorded their subsequent albums with various keyboard players before disbanding in 1981.

Smak's eponymous debut album, Smak (Endtime), was released in 1975 and featured five tracks: the A-side featured "Perle" ("Beads"), "Mracni mol" ("Dark Passage"), "Blues u parku" ("Blues in the Park") and the shortened "Biska 2", whereas the B-side featured twenty minute instrumental "Put od balona" ("The Road Made of Balloons"), originally entitled "Biska 20". Despite its length, the latter track was recorded in a single take and was inspired by the Korni Grupa symphonic rock tracks such as "Prvo svetlo u kuci broj 4" ("The First Light in the House Number 4") and "Jedna žena" ("A Woman"). The album featured the lyrics mostly written by Mihajlovic, but shortly after, the band asked Mirko Glišic from Kragujevac for the same occupation, with whom the band collaborated on their subsequent releases. The album received mixed to favorable critics, but nevertheless went silver, being sold in about twenty thousand copies. The album had also increased the cult status of Mihajlovic's guitar playing, which was confirmed on their three-week tour of East Germany. (


01 - Perle 03:58

02 - Mracni Mol 03:17

03 - Blues U Parku 07:27

04 - Biska 2 04:24

05 - Put od balona 18:57

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