Borghesia - Clones


Second album by the former-Yugoslavian electronic duo, released as a cassette by Galerija ŠKUC Izdaja in 1984 then reissued on LP by Dark Entries in 2012. There was one self-titled cassette before "Clones" but it remains unheard by me. While lacking the irony and confrontational humor of that other Ljubljana band you know, Borghesia were still pretty great. They deal with some of the same themes as Laibach (as any artist living in that part of the world in the early 1980s surely had to) but wouldn't be so explicit about it until the decade's end. 



David Cousar [ Jackpackterrier] 8 December 2021 at 09:57  

For som reason my computer blocks zippy share, wont is there another link? thanks. David

badgerstump 8 December 2021 at 13:31  

it's blocked in Europe ... put the url in this

kosmikino 22 February 2022 at 17:40  

I was just checking if this is the release with the Z.M.R. track on Discogs as that track is just genius and still sounds incredible today - anyway,if you've more money than sense you can get yourself a mint copy of the original Yugoslavian cassette for £220!
Actually, given what happened in the country, it's amazing there are mint artifacts left.
Rambling of my favourite Eastern Bloc Horror films is Leptirica, a Yugoslavian TV film but sadly there are only TV rips available after NATO destroyed the Belgrade TV archives.