|1||Država (The State)||6:13|
|2||Zavedali So Se - Poparjen Je Odšel I (They Have Been Aware - Scalded He Left I)||1:52|
|4||Tovarna C19 (Factory C19)||2:06|
Vocals [Uncredited] – Heintje
|6||Ostati Zvesti Naši Preteklosti - Poparjen Je Odšel II (To Stay Faithful To Our Past - Scalded He Left II)||3:25|
|7||Sveti Urh (Saint Urch)||2:01|
|8||Država (The State) (Studio Version)||4:52|
|9||Cari Amici Soldati / Jaruzelsky / Država (The State) / Svoboda (Freedom)||29:33|
|10||STT (Machine Factory Trbovlje)||0:31|
|11||Tito - Tito||2:12|
|12||Delo In Disciplina (Work And Discipline)||3:51|
|14||Smrt Za Smrt (Death For Death)||3:26|
|15||Rdeči Molk (Red Silence)||1:46|
|IRS 972.499, NSK 1 CD||Laibach||Ljubljana-Zagreb-Beograd (CD, Album)||The Grey Area, The Grey Area||IRS 972.499, NSK 1 CD||Germany||1993|
|none||Laibach||Ljubljana - Zagreb - Beograd (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Flint Records||none||Russia||Unknown|
|NSK 1 CD||Laibach||Ljubljana - Zagreb - Beograd (CD, Album, Unofficial)||The Grey Area||NSK 1 CD||Bosnia & Herzegovina||Unknown|
|AIN812313||Laibach||Ljubljana-Zagreb-Beograd (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Laibach)||AIN812313||Russia||Unknown|
|NSK 1 CD||Laibach||Ljubljana - Zagreb - Beograd (CD, Album, RM)||The Grey Area||NSK 1 CD||UK||1993|
- Design – NSK (New Collectivism Studio)
- Layout – Slim Smith
- Mastered By [Digitally Remastered] – HH, Julian Briottet, Laibach
- Photography By [Back Cover Photo Of Josip Broz-tito] – John Phillips
- Photography By [Front Cover Photo Of Tomaz Hostnik] – Jane Stravs
- Written-By – Laibach
Tracks 1 to 13 recorded live at the first Laibach concerts in Zagreb (Lapidarij Club, 2. April, 1982) and Beograd (SKT - Student Culture Centre, 18. May 1982).
Track 14 taken from the first studio session on 7. May, 1982, in Studio Metro, Ljubljana.
Track 15 recorded by Radio Student on occasion of the "Novi Rock - Festival", held in Krizanke, Ljubljana, on 9. September, 1982.
Track 2 consists mainly of a traditional bohemian christmas song called "Aber Heidschi Bumbeidschi" as performed here by child star Heintje. Neither he, nor the origins of this song are credited here.
Digitally remastered at Worldwide Studio, London, on January and February 1992.
(P)&(C) 1993 Mute Records Limited.
- Barcode (Text): 4006759724996
- Barcode (Scanned): 4006759724996
- Matrix / Runout: NSK 1 CD
- Matrix / Runout: MASTERED BY NIMBUS
- Glass Mastered At – Nimbus
- Recorded At – Lapidarij
- Recorded At – SKT - Student Culture Centre
- Recorded At – Studio Metro, Ljubljana
- Recorded At – Radio Student
- Remastered At – Worldwide International
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mute Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Mute Records Ltd.
LjubljanaZagrebBeograd, released in 1993, is an album by Slovenian industrial group Laibach, recorded in 1982. It is named after three capitals of three former Yugoslav republics - Ljubljana Slovenia, Zagreb Croatia and Beograd Belgrade Serbia. It is predominantly a live album. The cover features Tomaž Hostnik, who committed suicide in 1982, the bleeding comes from a bottle thrown at him at that night's show. Intro live :32. Unsere Geschichte live Laibach 1:08. Laibach - Ljubljana-Zagreb-Beograd 1993. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Album 1993 15 Songs. Ljubljana-Zagreb-Beograd Laibach. is a mostly live document of Laibach's first tour in 1982. The band was formed in Ljubljana, the capitol of what is now Slovenia, and this tour featured shows in the three titular Yugoslavian cities. Given Laibach's penchant for mocking political institutions-occasionally going so far as to perform in fascistic regalia-It should come as no surprise that government interference plagued the tour. From the opening, Laibach demands acknowledgement that something larger than just music is going on here. The lyrics of Svoboda conclude with The au. 15 tracks 66:43. Released 1993. Ljubljana-Zagreb-Beograd Tracklist. Država The State Studio Version Lyrics. About Ljubljana-Zagreb-Beograd. Ljubljana-Zagreb-Beograd Q&A. Producers Laibach. Writers Laibach. Ljubljana - Zagreb - Beograd is ranked 95,695th in the overall chart, 16,567th in the 1990s, and 1,523rd in the year 1993. Ljubljana - Zagreb - Beograd by Laibach Year: 1993 Overall rank: 95,695th. Average Rating: 72100 from 1 vote