:zovietfrance: - Popular Soviet Songs And Youth Music album mp3
Performer: :zovietfrance: Title: Popular Soviet Songs And Youth Music Country:UK Released:1995 Style: Industrial, Experimental, Ambient Rating: 4.6 Votes: 146 Other formats: AIFF MP1 DXD APE AU FLAC MIDI
Zoviet France – 1985 Popular Soviet Songs And Youth Music C. :57. Zoviet-France – White Track (Fire Frost).
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Music of the Soviet Union varied in many genres and epochs. The majority of it was considered to be part of the Russian culture, but other national cultures from the Republics of the Soviet Union made significant contributions as well. The Soviet state supported musical institutions, but also carried out content censorship. According to Lenin, "Every artist, everyone who considers himself an artist, has the right to create freely according to his ideal, independently of everything
The songs themselves are pretty spooky and dense, but I mean really, listening to this album from start to finish (even if you really do enjoy it) is a tough task to do. Bump. lordworm00 June 25th 18. Give Your Opinion on Popular Soviet Songs and Youth Music. Staff & Contributors // Site Forum // Contact us. Bands:.
Popular Soviet Songs and Youth Music is the sixth album by the British avant-garde music group zovietfrance, who, when it was recorded, identified themselves as zoviet-france. Nine Inch Nails The Downward Spiral (Universal 1994) Cassette Tape NEW SEALED.
Popular Soviet Songs. is a very difficult album to take in one sitting unless you are clearly demented like me. It's not 'In Your Face' weird, but is continually indescribable during it's huge duration, having no points of reference or sounds that are similar to other bands. Without tune, chord, bass, guitar, drum or keyboard - you'd be left wondering how anyone could fill out a triple album of this length. Pretty much a 'for fans only' recording due to the fact that large parts of discs one and two are very patchy. This is an album which infuriates and delights by equal measure throughout its massive duration. It could have been so much better if they'd taken a pair of sharp scissors to it and cut it down to a single 75 minute monster disc. It's almost certainly not going to appeal to many 'Prog Archive' listeners I can guarantee that.
Tier Of Veils
Stains And Filth In The Convent AOUEI
Straif (La Mère Du Bois) Z Estrif
White Track (Fire Frost)
Yezidi Circle Trap
Beak And Snout
Veil (Sloe Semen)
Frost Eviance Music
Composed By [Uncredited], Performer [Uncredited]
Paolo Di Paolo,
E. van Weelden*
Originally released in 1985 on Singing Ringing/Red Rhino as a double cassette in a ceramic container with special packaging.
Re-released in 1994 with a round felt piece on front and back of the set with a Soviet military pin holding the whole set together. The front round felt piece has the title of the release and the artist printed on it. The set contains 3 CDs with felt glued to the print side & the music on the other side, and 3 CDs with track information on the printed side & a side long high pitched tone on the other side.
This one is the re-release of 1995 without felt glued onto the CDs, and without the extra "blank" CDs - there are two versions of this release: one with two brown round stiff felt pieces and Soviet military pin as per the original Staalplaat release color scheme, and one with two grey round soft felt pieces with a different Soviet military pin.
Re-released again in 2004 (once again without felt glued onto the CDs, and without the extra "blank" CDs) with two brown round stiff felt pieces and Soviet military pin once again in the same color scheme as the first Staalplaat issue. The discs have different artwork than the previous CD releases, and CDs 1 & 2 are switched.
Produced for Singing Ringing by Soviet France 1984/1985 and Staalplaat 1994