Pokvarena mašta i prljave strasti (trans. Perverted Imagination and Sordid Passions) is the second studio album from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Riblja Čorba, released in 1981. In 1998, the album was polled as the 23rd on the list of 100 greatest Yugoslav rock and pop albums in the book YU 100: najbolji albumi jugoslovenske rok i pop muzike (YU 100: The Best albums of Yugoslav pop and rock music). In 2015, the album was pronounced the 13th on the list of 100 greatest Yugoslav albums published. Riblja corba - Pokvarena masta i prljave strasti (Vinyl rip) A strana. Riblja Čorba - Vrlo, vrlo zadovoljan tip. Riblja čorba - mrtva priroda (CEO album).
Their following releases, Pokvarena mašta i prljave strasti (1981), Mrtva priroda (1981) and Buvlja pijaca (1982) launched them to the top of the Yugoslav rock scene; Đorđević's provocative social- and political-related lyrics were praised by the critics and often caused media scandals. In the mid 1980s, the band saw a slight decline in popularity, but made a triumphant comeback with the album Istina (1985), recorded with new guitar duo, Vidoja "Džindžer" Božinović and Nikola Čuturilo. At the beginning of 2009, the group released the studio album Minut sa njom (A Minute with Her). Minut sa njom was the first Riblja Čorba album since Pokvarena mašta i prljave strasti which did not feature any song with political-related lyrics.
Pokvarena mašta i prljave strasti (trans. In 2015, the album was pronounced the 13th on the list of 100 greatest Yugoslav albums published Pokvarena mašta i prljave strasti.
It was composed by vocalist Bora Đorđević for the band's sixth studio album, Istina. It was voted hit of the year in 1985 by the listeners of Radio Beograd 202 and "song of the decade" in 1990. In 2009, the song was voted the Greatest Domestic Song by the readers of Standard magazine. The song is known for its apocalyptic lyrics, which make it unique among Riblja Čorba songs, which often feature humorous and ironic. Pokvarena mašta i prljave strasti.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Pokvarena Mašta I Prljave Strasti (1981) by Riblja čorba. This album has an average beat per minute of 132 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 108/161 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Pokvarena mašta i prljave strasti. 1. Srećan put, pišo moja mala. 2. Nemoj srećo, nemoj danas.
Pokvarena Masta I Prljave Strasti. Band's List Rock Riblja Corba Pokvarena Masta I Prljave Strasti. Band Name Riblja Corba. Album Name Pokvarena Masta I Prljave Strasti. Released date 23 February 1981. Labels Unknown label. Members owning this album0.
Pokvarena Masta i Prljave Strasi. Hard Rock Riblja Corba. Band's List Hard Rock Riblja Corba Pokvarena Masta i Prljave Strasi. Album Name Pokvarena Masta i Prljave Strasi. Labels PGP RTB. Music StyleHard Rock.
Their following releases, Pokvarena mašta i prljave strasti (1981), Mrtva priroda (1981) and Buvlja pijaca (1982) launched them to the top of the Yugoslav rock scene; Đorđević's provocative social and political-related lyrics were praised by the critics and often caused media scandals.
Although Pokvarena Masta never came back together, its members played in other bands during 90’s and 2000’s. This episode is dedicated to the classic album of the post-Yugoslav post-rock: "There is no 1" by Zagreb-based band Lunar. The record was released in 2000. as a coproduction between Carnival Tunes from Zagreb, Croatia and Delboy Records from Gent, Belgium.
|1||Više Nema Nikog (Pored Mene)||4:12|
|3||Ne Budi Divlja||2:19|
|6||Gledam Te U Oči||2:30|
|8||Tražim Nekog Ko Je Sam||4:33|
Music By – The Morlocks
|snk 3||Pokvarena Mašta||Pokvarena Mašta (Cass, Album)||Slušaj Najglasnije!||snk 3||Yugoslavia||1989|