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3.04 | 8 ratings | 1 reviews | 12% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1991

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Interlude 1
2. Rhino 2
3. Knife
4. Rhino 1
5. March
6. Interlude 2, 3
7. Dedicated to Marina D.
8. Love song
9. Conquestadores
10. She-ye-ye
11. Melodia

Line-up / Musicians

- Leonid Soybelman / guitar, lead vocals
- Ilja Komarov / bass, back vocals, didjeridoo on track 8
- Vadim Veeremaa / trumpet, french horn, back vocals
- Andrei Kulagin (aka Victor Bitlovsky) / casio"rapman" alto euphonium, voice, objects
- Oleg Davidovitch / trombone, guitar, back vocals
- Vitaly Redchits / drums, back vocals

Releases information

LP: Erio C-60-00007 (Estonia)
CD: Solnze SCD 022 (Estonia)

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(12%)
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Review by snobb
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3 stars After their debut, Ne Zhdali's second album is some development of same sound. Piano player Avi Nedzvetsky left the band, and sextet loosed it's classic/jazz element at all. From now their main sound is same DIY combination of mostly acoustic punk-rock energy, Russian urban folklore and avant. There they sing few songs on this album (in Russian, texts are nonsense based on Russian streetwise themes).

Whole sound became more sharp, more explosive, it's obvious musicians feel comfortable now in their music and atmosphere. Still minimalist recording, but with more professional and complex arrangements. Early form of Eastern European punkish avant. Few last album's songs contains heavier electric guitar soloings and some psychedelic influences though.

Some improvement comparing with heir debut and more punkish direction at the same time. Interesting, but still far from great recording.

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