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Vladimir Badirov Greeting from Nostradamus album cover
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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Nomad in Time
2. Dreamway to Scotland
3. Lay Back Nasretdin!
4. Ultimately for Screwy DJ
5. The Heart
6. Mechanical City
Greeting from Nostradamus:
7. Caravan Enduro
8. Bottomless Abyss
9. Shaman
10. Vacuum Hush
11. Artificial Paradoxes
12. Cold Passion*
13. The Heart (Duduk Version)*
14. Greeting from Nostradamus (alternative edition)*

Total Time 54:39

Line-up / Musicians

- Vladimir Badirov / Drums, Percussions and programming
- Ravshan Namazov / Voices
- Vitaliy Popeloff / Electric and acoustic Guitars
- Toir Kuzyiev / Sato (violon) , Tanbour, UD
- Vadim Tamaev / Bass
- Nodir / Karnay
- Gafur Norbaev / Nai(Flute), Chang-Auz
- Botir Akhmedov / Double Bass
- Victor Kurnitsky / Trombone
- Otabek Ismonaliev / Clarinet
- Djvan Gasparyan / Duduk (sample)
- Olim Khakimov / percussions
- Alex Tamaev / Electric Guitar

Releases information

CD Unicorn Records UNCR 5013

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