Bijelo dugme the platinum collection


In January 1974, with Borota, the band finished their work on the "Top" and "Ove ću noći naći blues" recordings. The band and Borota offered these recordings to the Sarajevo-based record label Diskoton . The music editor Slobodan Vujović refused them, stating that there was already a great number of signed acts and that Bijelo Dugme would have to wait for at least six months for the single to be released. This is widely considered the greatest business mistake in the history of Yugoslav record publishing. On the same day the band were refused by Diskoton, they were offered a five-year contract with Zagreb -based Jugoton . On March 29, 1974, "Top" and "Ove ću noći naći blues" were released on a 7" single . Bijelo Dugme's first release would be sold in 30,000 copies.

In January 1974, with Borota, the band finished their work on the "Top" and "Ove ću noći naći blues" recordings. [12] The band and Borota offered these recordings to the Sarajevo-based record label Diskoton . The music editor Slobodan Vujović refused them, stating that there was already a great number of signed acts and that Bijelo Dugme would have to wait for at least six months for the single to be released. [1] [12] This is widely considered the greatest business mistake in the history of Yugoslav record publishing. [1] [12] On the same day the band were refused by Diskoton, they were offered a five-year contract with Zagreb -based Jugoton . [12] On March 29, 1974, "Top" and "Ove ću noći naći blues" were released on a 7" single . [10] Bijelo Dugme's first release would be sold in 30,000 copies. [13]

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