Ratne igre

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Ratne igre
1985 - Ratne igre.jpg
Studio album by Kerber
Released 14 March 1985
Recorded Studio One, Saughall, Chester, December 1984
Warehouse, Liverpool, 13 December 1984
Genre Hard rock
Length 33:22
Label ZKP RTLJ
Producer Gordon Rowley
Kerber chronology
Nebo je malo za sve
(1983)Nebo je malo za sve1983
Ratne igre
(1985)
Seobe
(1986)Seobe1986

Ratne igre (trans. War Games) is the second studio album from Serbian and former Yugoslav hard rock band Kerber, released on 14 March 1985.

Ratne igre was the first Kerber album on which the band cooperated with lyricist Duško Arsenijević. The album featured more commercial sound than the band's previous album, Nebo je malo za sve, and the title track "Ratne igre" became major hit, and brought popularity to Kerber across former Yugoslavia.[1]

The track "Get Me Out", recorded on 13 December 1984 at a Kerber concert in Liverpool, is an English language version of "Mezimac", the track released on previous Kerber album, Nebo je malo za sve.

Track listing[edit]

All music composed by Kerber.

No.TitleLyricsLength
1."Ratne igre" ("War Games")Kerber3:36
2."Babaroga" ("Bogeyman")D. Arsenijević3:33
3."Mesečar" ("Sleepwalker")Kerber3:42
4."Zauvek slobodna" ("Forever Free")Kerber4:00
5."Dođi" ("Come")Kerber3:34
6."Hteo bih..." ("I Wish...")D. Arsenijević3:29
7."Šta ostaje" ("What's Left")Kerber, J. Prévert3:57
8."Vreme za uspomene" ("Time for Memories")Kerber3:17
9."Get Me Out"G. Rowley4:10

Personnel[edit]

  • Goran Šepa - vocals
  • Tomislav Nikolić - guitar
  • Branislav Božinović - keyboards
  • Zoran Žikić - bass guitar
  • Zoran Stamenković - drums

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Gordon Rowley - producer, recorded by
  • Paul Winstone - recorded by
  • Tony Walsh - recorded by
  • Malcolm Davis - mastered by

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