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    Posted: July 02 2006 at 14:47
In the first East of Eden album, Mercator Projected, there is an anecdote told in a Slavic language. In their second album, SNAFU, there are two songs (more precisely, parts of songs) sung also in a Slavic language, probably the same.
 
I know what language this is not: it's surely not one of the Eastern Slavic languages (not Russian, not Ukrainian, not Byelorussian); almost surely not one of the Western Slavic languages (not Polish, not Czech, consequently, not Slovakian; the Upper and the Lower Sorbian have too little native speakers to have a chance).
 
Hence, it must be one of Southern Slavic languages: Slovenian, Serbo-Croatian, Bulgarian. Which one? Does anybody know?
 
Also, who of the three (Nicholson, Caines, Arbus) knew the Slavic language?


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 03 2006 at 01:38
Haven't listened to the music of EAST OF EDEN for donkey's years. As the track Communion is based on a Bartók theme I wonder if it's Hungarian.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 03 2006 at 10:41
Originally posted by Fitzcarraldo Fitzcarraldo wrote:

Haven't listened to the music of EAST OF EDEN for donkey's years. As the track Communion is based on a BartСk theme I wonder if it's Hungarian.
 
It's definitely Slavic. I am a native speaker of one of the Slavic languages. If it was Hungarian I wouldn't understand a single word, but here I do understand some, and, moreover, I realise the Slavic nature of the speaking (I mean the linguistic nature).
 
I know there are some Slavic speakers in the forum. I hope someone would know the answer.
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