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Anica - Devojački Snovi album mp3
Devojački Snovi
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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label PGP RTB (catalog number 504693). This album was released in 1992 year. Format of the release is. Cassette, Album. The album included the following session artists: Arranged By. Miša Stojićević.

Anica Milenković was born on 5th August 1978 in the little village Kasidol near Požarevac. She first appeared on the Yugoslavian scene in 1991 with the album Mlade godine mogu sve (Young years can do everything). The video for her song ''Na lančiću tvoje ime'' (Your name on the necklace), shot in a flea-market, was extremely popular at the time.

x. 1992 - Devojacki snovi. by Anica Milenkovic · 2013 · 11 Songs. Folk · Belgrade, RS. View Profile. More Albums by Anica Milenkovic. 1991 - Mlade godine mogu sve. 1993 - Korak napred.

In 1993, her second album ''Devojacki snovi'' (Girl's dreams) comes out. Her parents divorce in that time, and her father uses her financially, which she later certified. In 1994, her third album ''Korak Napred, Korak Nazad'' (A step forth, a step back) comes out for PGP-RTS. She had problems in highschool because of her popularity, good earnings and absence from school, but she finished it later. In 1995 she came up with her fourth album ''Molitva'', but its issue passed unnoticed due to lack of media attention, so she lived by old fame. She leaves her father because of his sabotages, makes peace with her mother and starts to perform in Sabacka kafana.

Anica Milenkovic (Anica Milenković) was born on August 5th 1978 in the little village Kasidol near Požarevac. She considers herself an unwanted child, as her father wanted by all means a male child, after two daughters, Vesna and Zlatka. At the time of pregancy, doctors lied to her father, aware of that situation, telling him his wife carried male twins. She showed up for the first time on the yougoslavian scene in 1991 with the album ''Mlade godine mogu sve'' (Young years can do everything) published by Juzni vetar. In 1993, her second album ''Devojacki snovi'' (Girl's dreams) comes out.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Da Se Ljubim, Rano Mi
Lyrics By – M. Alić*
A2 Mama Kaže Da, Tata Kaže Ne
Lyrics By – M. Jovičić*
A3 Devojački Snovi
Lyrics By – M. Bogosavljević*
A4 Nauči Me
Lyrics By – M. Alić*
A5 Hvala Bogu
Lyrics By – M. Bogosavljević*
A6 Pobediće Ljubav
Lyrics By – G. Đurić*
B1 Ne Dam Te Nikom
Lyrics By – V. Vasić
B2 Neće Ruža Da Miriše
Lyrics By – S. Baltić*
B3 Ostani, Ostani
Lyrics By – Lj. Gavrić*
B4 Vozovi
Music By, Lyrics By – N. Pavlović
B5 Jedna Ljubav, Jedna Greška
Lyrics By – M. Živić*

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Studio V PGP RTB


  • Arranged By – Miša Stojićević
  • Engineer – Z. Vukčević*
  • Music By – M. Stojićević* (tracks: A2, A6, B1, B5), P. Negovanović* (tracks: A1, A3, A4, A5, B2, B3)
  • Orchestra – Orkestar Miše Stojićevića
  • Photography By – Z. Kuzmanović*
  • Producer – P. Negovanović*
  • Programmed By, Keyboards – Pera Kaluđerović*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 600278 504693

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
203329 Anica* Devojački Snovi ‎(LP, Album) PGP RTB 203329 Yugoslavia 1992
CD 400421 Anica* Devojački Snovi ‎(CD, Album) Fermo Skopje CD 400421 Macedonia 1993