|A||Hajde Da Se Volimo|
|B||Kad Ljubav Izda|
Steven Wagner - Stevan Vagner, Podrum COLLEGIUM MELODIUM and The Band KAKO - KAD , present The song "Hajde da se volimo" from the third studio album Seobe (trans. Migrations) released by Serbian and former Yugoslav hard rock band Kerber, released in 1988 The album is considered by both fans and critics alike to be one of Kerber’s finest works
Hajde da se volimo (Let's Fall in Love) is the seventh studio album by Yugoslavian pop-folk singer Lepa Brena and her band Slatki Greh. It was released 24 October 1987 through the record label Diskoton. This was her eighth of twelve albums with Slatki Greh and was the soundtrack for the film with the same name (released 20 November 1987) and scenes from the film, where the songs play, are used as music videos. Tahir Durkalić – engineering. Vladimir Negovanović – engineering. Zoran Radetić – engineering.
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Members owning this album0. 1. Bolje Da Sam Druge Ljubio. 2. Blagi Bože Podigni Me. 3. Kad Ljubav Izda. 4. Ne Igram Ruski Rulet. 5. Još Ovu Noc Mi Daj. 6. Hajde Da Se Volimo. 8. Sa Tobom Ne Mogu Dalje.
A4. Vocals – Bora Đorđević. Photography By, Design – Gordan Škondrić. Producer – Kornelije Kovač. Production Manager – Stanko Terzić. Recorded By – Tahir Durkalić. Vocals – Goran Šepa Gale.
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