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Russian music/artists

Who knows some ? Maybe we can put the links in here :)

2 years ago

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Спасибо! :)

2 years ago

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It's very much a mixture and not all Russian or even close, and the Russian music I know is kind of dated, but you may enjoy some of the Russian ones I've collected in this playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGylAdvOeJA0I51qZW1pPt935ohsMGWZo

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Priscilla95-

Spasiba

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/flootzavut
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Пожалуйста :)

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/AmareloTiago
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I always really liked the Soviet National Anthem. I hated the Soviet Union and am still an active anti-communist but I did like their national anthem. I first became exposed to it in the film Hunt for Red October, as the crew of the Red October is activating their silent caterpillar drive the crew sings it. I even made a ring tone out of it about 10 years ago but never uploaded it to my cell phone (I still have the same phone and still refuse to get a data plan - unnecessary expense).

I used to have some pre-Glasnot Soviet pop music on my computer but that was before one of my more monumental screw-ups where I lost a bunch of odd music from a corrupted hard drive. I don't remember the guys name that was singing but I remember one of the song titles was "Moi Adress Soviet".

There was a band called t.A.T.u. that had some Russian songs, Ya Soshla S Uma, Naz Nye Dogonyat and Malchik Gee come to mind as song titles. I remember discussing them in a Russian class I was taking in college around the same time the album released.

2 years ago

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I very vaguely remember tatu - by vaguely, I mean the name rings a bell. I don't know if I ever heard any of their songs. Я сошла с ума would mean I've lost my mind, I think? Мальчик = boy. My brain is refusing to cooperate on the other two, between all the stuff I've forgotten plus trying to read Russian in Latin letters, it's going 'nope, no can do!'

2 years ago

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Malchik Gee translates as gay boy. Naz nye dogonyat was the Russian version of their English song "Not gonna get us" (I very specifically worded that to avoid calling it a translation) and Ya Soshla S Uma was the Russian version of "All the Things She Said".

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/vadimfowler

Nautilus Pompilius - classics of "Russian Rock" with various albums spanning the two decades from before to well after the collapse of the USSR. You can start here and follow the links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoClhCA5OG8&index=19&list=PLB8D99CF46316B1D4

Valery Syutkin and group Bravo may be good for Russian learners, even though it is all in the 60s style (which was popular in the 90s, when all the songs were written and performed): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSX1ekf-G04&index=2&list=PL7MH2088_ztFBlPVazg6ESW6gWVUwNdNt

With a tongue in cheek let me add "Kombinatsiya" - it is certainly on par with many modern western standards ;) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_6x8dESOvM

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Lydusha
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МакSим, Ани Лорак, Алексей Воробьев, Юлия Савичева, Полина Гагарина, Тимати, Нюша, KReeD... that should get you started. :) Enjoy! music videos with english subtitles are available on this site (http://ooltra.com/Index.php?a=MakSim).

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/JB_The_Tireman
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I like ranetki, gruppa and basta

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Belevity

I had trouble effectively finding music since I don't know many Russian words. Here is what I found by randomly clicking Cyrillic words.

https://youtu.be/5R64O-yvoRk

https://youtu.be/SM-FgnAO_mA

https://youtu.be/1lVofZBzS0Y

https://youtu.be/dT_Mm-bUzCg

2 years ago