Dodole is an album by Serbian noise-rock band Klopka Za Pionira, released in 2009 (see 2009 in music) on the Ne-ton independent label. This album is considered by many to be their most accessible up-to-date. It took the band nearly two years to record and publish it, while they usually
put out several albums during one year. Thus it represents their most technically advanced effort (the band stated on their website that the album was "...carefully crafted over many months" ). Musically, it contains songs with more mainstream rock'n'roll approach, standard form and length (almost all songs are around 3 minutes, with lyrics, verses and choruses). The name of the album comes from the lyrics of the song Pagani (Serbian for Pagans), in which the old pagan Slavic ritual of Dodole is mentioned. The cover illustration by Larisa Acikov depicts burning pagan totems.
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