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Denis & Denis - Čuvaj Se! L'album des
Interprète: Denis & Denis
Titre: Čuvaj Se!
Label: Jugoton
Pays: Yugoslavia
Publié sur: 1984
Style: Synth-pop
Cat: LSY 63206, LSY-63206
Classement: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
taille FLAC: 1190 mb | taille MP3: 1355 mb | taille WMA: 1648 mb
Tracklist

1Sačuvaj Nešto4:36
2Tek Je Sedam Sati3:35
3Doba Noćnih Kiša4:15
4Dvadeset I Osam Minuta Do Pet
Lyrics By – Damir Pandur
2:56
5Čuvaj Se3:53
6Program Tvog Kompjutera4:12
7Dio Refrena
Lyrics By – D. Cuculić
4:35
8Ti I Ja4:02
9Telefon4:10

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LSY-63206Denis & Denis Čuvaj Se! ‎(LP, Album)JugotonLSY-63206Yugoslavia1984
LSY-63206Denis & Denis Čuvaj Se! ‎(LP, Album)JugotonLSY-63206Yugoslavia1984
CAY 1451Denis & Denis Čuvaj Se! ‎(Cass, Album)JugotonCAY 1451Yugoslavia1984

Crédits

  • Backing VocalsEdi Kraljić, Zoran Prodanović Prlja
  • GuitarMassimo Savić Max
  • Lacquer Cut BySB
  • Lyrics ByD. Vanić (tracks: A2, A4 to B2), E. Stanić (tracks: A1, B3)
  • Producer, Music By, Arranged By, Synthesizer, Sequenced By, Electric Piano, Performer [Rhythm Machine], VocalsDavor Tolja
  • Producer, Recorded ByAndrej Baša
  • VocalsMarina Perazić

Notes

Comes with a printed inner sleeve. Different labels. There is one ring around the center of the label.

Codes-barres

  • Rights Society: SOKOJ
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): LSY 63206 A 05 05 84 SB
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): LSY 63206 B 05 05 84 SB
  • Other (State Standard Code): JUS. N. N4 201

Entreprises

  • Recorded At – Studio AB, Rijeka
  • Printed By – GIP "Beograd"

Video

Album

Track A1 from the album Čuvaj se Jugoton LSY 63206. Find a copy, buy and enjoy. Denis & Denis is an electropop music band from Rijeka, Croatia established in 1982. The band published four studio albums: Čuvaj se 1984, Ja sam lažljiva 1985, Budi tu 1988 and Restart 2013. They were one of the most popular groups in Yugoslavia, who were often featured on the newspaper and music magazine covers. They fell apart in 1988 after publishing their third album, Budi tu. In 2012 the group reunited. Listen free to Denis & Denis Čuvaj se Čuvaj se, tek je sedam sati and more. 9 tracks 36:25. Denis & Denis - Cuvaj Se. Denis Denis. Denis & Denis are no exception in this matter - everything they provided with on their debut album with such naive charm and sensuality, they also happen to have thrown away very quickly as their pop-career progressed. Čuvaj se meaning: Take Care is a deserved masterpiece of early 80s Yugoslavian electro-pop, these days its voice extending far beyond the borders of the former federative republic. While many continue pointing out to their mega-hit ironically, the only official single from the LP Program tvog kompjutera meaning: Your Computer. Is Čuvaj Se the best album by Denis & Denis brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Čuvaj Se by Denis & Denis 1984 Overall rank: - Average Rating: 74100 from 2 votes. Denis & Denis Cuvaj Se, Jugoton CAY 1451, 1984 Ex Yu Condition: Like New. Čuvaj Se 1984. Album by Denis & Denis. Program Tvog Kompjutera. was covered in. Program Svog Kompjutera Denis & Denis by KBO 2001. Program Tvog Kompjutera Cockta 2012 by Senidah 2012. Čuvaj Se. Čuvaj Se by . DENIS & DENIS - Èuvaj se. Artist: Denis & Denis. Album: Demo Tapes, 2015. Has been played on. Croatia 15. Čuvaj Se Critic Score. User Score. Based on 1 rating. Or consider a donation More Albums. View All. Ja sam lažljiva. Contributions By. slick 06 damn. Add album to Cart. Cuvaj Se

Commentaires (1)
Qiahmagha
It is truly sad most (ex) Yugoslavian synth-pop bands never really learned anything from their creative strengths and songwriting talent. Denis & Denis are no exception in this matter - everything they provided with on their debut album with such naive charm and sensuality, they also happen to have thrown away very quickly as their pop-career progressed.

"Čuvaj se!" (meaning: "Take Care!") is a deserved masterpiece of early 80s Yugoslavian electro-pop, these days its voice extending far beyond the borders of the former federative republic. While many continue pointing out to their mega-hit (ironically, the only official single from the LP) "Program tvog kompjutera" (meaning: "Your Computer Programme"), the album itself is one true 'Greatest Hits" beatfest.

Also the duo were continually compared to a certain Eurythmics (eventually Yazoo), but with this particular album Denis & Denis were much closer to the likes of The Human League (singer Marina Perazić pretty much resembles Susanne Sulley's look on the front cover), cleverly taking over the latter's blueprint, transforming it into something just as uniquely modern. In the year 1984, Philip Oakey and Co. released "Hysteria", a rather half-baked electro-pop album shying away from "Dare!" but still as desperate to catch up with it - and then somewhere in the Eastern part of Europe, a strange folie-a-deux took the perfect formula, creating something of a "Dare"-esque twin brother of an album, smart at displaying the source and avoiding risk of plagiarism.

These songs throw obscurity, optimism, sex-appeal, desire and melancholy into the mix to great effect; the opening track 'Čuvaj se!', echoing loneliness, tells a story about a woman in endless search for comfort, 'Tek je sedam sati' ('It's just about 7'[o'clock]) adds sense of irony to the context of relationships, "Dvadeset i osam minuta do pet" ("Twenty-eight Minutes to Five") is a revue of daily routines, "Telefon" ("Telephone") sings of desire to re-establish physical contact, "Ti i ja" ("You and Me") and "Program tvog kompjutera" being about cause and effect between two people in love, "Doba noćnih kiša" ("Rainy Nights") is a moody uptempo track with darker overtones wrapped in autumn's shades of grey, a beautiful ballad "Sačuvaj nešto" ("Keep Something") about a relationship ending and the album's jewel - the closer "Dio refrena" ("Part of the Refrain"), a magnificent electro-monologue of utter paranoia.

The most amazing feeling about the album, "Čuvaj se!" is conceived well ahead of its time and while it captures the essence of the early 80s' music perfectly, it still sounds as fresh - the song "Ti i ja" for example, is a rather accidental reflection of House music, way before House actually officially reached the ears of the general public. It's latin-induced intro in strange collision with a drum machine quite reminiscent of New Order's "Blue Monday" is worth alone to explore this album.

Of course, there are nine masterpieces in total to explore.

For those unable to find a suitable LP copy of this album (which I personally recommend more), a CD-remaster (although it feels like a very clumsy remaster), collecting "Čuvaj se!" with the duo's later mini-LP "Ja sam lažljiva" (meaning: "I Feel Mendacious") from 1985, is once again available to purchase from Croatia Records (ex-Jugoton). However, this CD is a rather shallow cash-in compilation, as it rids both albums of their individual audio-visual appeal, clumsily squeezed onto once compact disc.