Sead Lipovača - External Links and References

External Links and References

  • Zele Lipovača at Discogs
  • Zele Lipovača biography
Divlje jagode
  • Sead Lipovača
  • Nasko Budimlić
  • Marko Osmanović
  • Damjan Deurić
  • Andraš Išpan
  • Zlatan Čehić
  • Ante Janković
  • Nihad Jusufhodžić
  • Mustafa Ismailovski
  • Adonis Dozulović
  • Alen Islamović
  • Mladen Vojičić
  • Vladimir Podany
  • Edin Šehović
  • Zlatan Stipišić
  • Žanil Tataj
  • Sanin Karić
  • Dejan Orešković
  • Pero Galić
  • Thomas Balaž
Croatian language albums
  • Divlje jagode
  • Stakleni hotel
  • Motori
  • Čarobnjaci
  • Vatra
  • Konji
  • Labude, kad rata ne bude
  • Sto vjekova
  • Od neba do neba
English language albums
  • Wild Strawberries
Compilation albums
  • Najbolje
  • Sarajevo ti i ja
  • The Very Best Of: Let na drugi svijet
  • Najljepše balade: Krivo je more
Singles
  • "Jedina moja" / "Rock 'n' Rol"
  • "Moj dilbere" / "Prijatelj"
  • "Patkica" / "Kad bi vi, gospođo"
  • "Nemam ništa protiv" / "Bit će bolje"
  • "Piramida"
  • "Ne, nisam ja"
Associated acts
  • Bijelo Dugme
  • Alen Islamović
  • Tifa
  • Gibonni
Related articles
  • Divlje jagode discography
  • SFR Yugoslav pop and rock scene
Persondata
Name Zele Lipovaca
Alternative names
Short description Zele
Date of birth 1955
Place of birth Bihac
Date of death
Place of death
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