Kerber - Antologija 1. 1983-1998 FLAC album
Title: Antologija 1. 1983-1998
Style: Hard Rock, Pop Rock
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Anthology 1982-1998 I) is the first compilation album by Serbian hard rock band Kerber, released in 1998. The album features songs from the band's studio albums released during the 1983-1996 period.
Antologija 1983 - 1998 II (trans. Anthology 1982-1998 II) is the second compilation album by Serbian hard rock band Kerber, released in 1998. The album features ballads and acoustic songs from the band's studio albums released during the 1983-1996 period. Tomislav Nikolić - guitar. Branislav Božinović - keyboard. Zoran Žikić - bass guitar. Zoran Stamenković - drums. Dragoljub Đuričić - drums. Branko Isaković - bass guitar. Saša Vasković - bass guitar.
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Album Name Antologija 1983–1998 I. Type Compilation. Released date 05 February 1998. Labels PGP RTS. Music StyleHeavy Rock. Members owning this album0. 2. Još Samo Ovu Noc Mi Daj. 3. Tvoja Pesma. 4. Sutrašnji Dan. 5. Kad Ljubav Izda. 7. Bolje Da Sam Druge Ljubio.
Antologija 1983–1998 I (trans. Anthology 1982-1998 I) is the first compilation album by Serbian hard rock band Kerber, released in 1998. Vladan Stanojević - acoustic guitar.
In July 1983, Kerber recorded their debut LP Nebo je malo za sve (The Sky Is not Big Enough for All), mixed in Strawberry studio in Manchester, with Nightwing's bass guitarist Gordon Rowley as the producer. In December 1983, Kerber was an opening band on Uriah Heep, Ten Years After and Nightwing concerts in Yugoslavia. The recording of this concert was released on the album Unplugged. In 1998, the band released two compilation albums: Antologija 1983–1998 I (Anthology 1983–1998 I) and Antologija 1983–1998 II (Anthology 1983–1998 II), with the detailed overview of their work. In 1998, Kerber celebrated their 15th anniversary with a concert held on Niš fortress. The demo for the song "Sveti Nikola" was recorded and soon found its way to radio stations, but the planned recording of the album was postponed.
|3||Nebo Je Malo Za Sve|
|6||Hajde Da Se Volimo|
|7||Čovek Od Meda|
|10||Blagi Bože Podigni Me|
|11||Svet Se Brzo Okreće|
|12||Od Srca Daleko|
|14||Mama - Tata|
|none||Kerber||Antologija 1. 1983-1998 (Cass, Comp)||Raglas Records||none||Yugoslavia||1998|