everythingdies
Lost control again
Join date: Dec 2006
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#1
I'm trying to learn Russian (should take a good minute or two right?), so I'd like to hear some good bands/musicians that sing in Russian. Watcha got?
Last edited by everythingdies at Apr 17, 2013,
ChemicalFire
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Join date: Oct 2007
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#3
I know a bunch of Russian Deathcore bands... but I don't suppose that falls under "good" music.
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bigblockelectra
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Join date: Nov 2007
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#7
Aria...cold war era Russian metal that sounds similar to what you would expect from most western metal bands of the time.
Joseph Kimbrell
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Join date: May 2013
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#9
And yes I took Russian in college. Its a BIT complicated

If you are into any pop (or Russian women), also check out Blestyashiye and Janna Friske.
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Joseph Kimbrell
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Join date: May 2013
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#15
I forgot to add there's a band called Slot also (слот. Oh yeah, and Vintage (Винтаж
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