Sanja Đorđević (Serbian Cyrillic: Сања Ђорђевић) is a Montenegrin turbo-folk singer best known for her hit-songs Crveni lak (2005); Mutivoda (1999) and Svetlo cvreno (2008). Born in 1969 in Pljevlja, SR Montenegro, SFR Yugoslavia, she was brought up in Sarajevo, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina. Her first album, Ko je ta, was released in 1987 by Diskoton lebel, while her breakthrough came in 2003. She took a four-year break between 2008 and 2013, which made her loose on popularity.
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 ZaM (catalog number CD 111) Vujin Trade Line AG (catalog number CD 111). This album was released in 1997 year. Format of the release is. CD, Album. The album included the following session artists: Backing Vocals.
est dana juna is the soundtrack album for the movie with the same title. It was the last Idoli release. The album was not a commercial success as the fans were expecting a new release, which did not appear as the band did not exist any more. After the Ljubljana show in 1984 Idoli decided to split up. In the meantime, Jugoton asked Vlada Divljan to work with Idoli on the soundtrack album for Dinko Tucaković's movie Šest dana juna
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Album · 2003 · 8 Songs. Sanja Đorđević Sanja Dordevic. Listen on Apple Music. Koliko Ima Godina I Sati. 8. Da Te Nisam Srela Dala Bih Sve.
Sanja Đorđević - Janje Umiljato - (Audio 1998). Sanja Đorđević - Koliko Ima Godina I Sati - (Audio 2004).
Sanja Đorđević, 2018.
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|CD 111||Sanja Đorđević||Ima Dana (CD, Album)||ZaM, Vujin Trade Line AG||CD 111||Yugoslavia||1997|
|AK 111||Sanja Đorđević||Sanja Đorđević (Cass, Album)||ZaM||AK 111||Yugoslavia||1997|