This Croatian singer mixes it up this album, which contains influences from folk music, rock and whatever else inspires him. On "Balun", he invites everyone to dance to the a traditional Istrian folk dance, and praises God for everything the world has to offer on "Za Bolji Svit" (For A Better World). He shares the vocals with Lidija Percan as he pays homage to his neighboring Italians in "La Mula de Parenzo"(The Girl from Parenzo), a traditional Venetian song that receives a fast-paced arrangement that mixes acoustic and electronic sounds. He gives a bossa-nova feel to "Draga Nam Je Istra" (Beloved Is Our Istra), and amuses us on the original "Amerika", a twelve-bar blues tune in which he laments leaving his beloved country for New York "just for rock and roll". Listen to "Ancora Un Litro de Quel Bon", a Venetian drinking song in which a group of friends order "just another liter of that good stuff" before they head back home.