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Ostalo je ćutanje (Serbian Cyrillic: Остало је ћутање, trans. The Rest Is Silence) is the thirteenth studio album from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Riblja Čorba. Apart from its title, the album contains several more references to William Shakespeare's Hamlet: album features a track entitled "Nešto je trulo u državi Danskoj" ("Something's Rotten in the State of Denmark", the song itself referring to Serbia), and the album cover features the band's frontman Bora Đorđević holding a skull.

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  • Ostalo je ćutanje (Serbian Cyrillic: Остало је ћутање, trans. The Rest Is Silence) is the thirteenth studio album from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Riblja Čorba. Apart from its title, the album contains several more references to William Shakespeare's Hamlet: album features a track entitled "Nešto je trulo u državi Danskoj" ("Something's Rotten in the State of Denmark", the song itself referring to Serbia), and the album cover features the band's frontman Bora Đorđević holding a skull. Ostalo je ćutanje is the first album recorded with the band's first official keyboardist . It is also the last album recorded with guitarist . "Odlazi od mene, ubico, idi" features former female members of Đorđević's former band Suncokret, , Biljana Krstić and Gorica Popović, on vocals. The song is notable for being the only Riblja Čorba song which does not feature Bora Đorđević on lead vocals. "Gastarbajterska pesma" features a passage from "Užičko kolo" played on accordion by member Dušan Suvajac. The track "Ljubomorko" is a cover of John Lennon's song "Jealous Guy". (en)
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  • Western Music (en)
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  • Ostalo je ćutanje (en)
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  • 1996 (xsd:integer)
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  • February - April 1996 (en)
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  • 1996-05-02 (xsd:date)
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  • Studio Pink, Zemun, Belgrade (en)
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  • Deca cveća (en)
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  • Ostalo je ćutanje (Serbian Cyrillic: Остало је ћутање, trans. The Rest Is Silence) is the thirteenth studio album from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Riblja Čorba. Apart from its title, the album contains several more references to William Shakespeare's Hamlet: album features a track entitled "Nešto je trulo u državi Danskoj" ("Something's Rotten in the State of Denmark", the song itself referring to Serbia), and the album cover features the band's frontman Bora Đorđević holding a skull. (en)
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