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fanoff 01-02-2010 23:22

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Originally Posted by Argos (Post 392015)
among people with strange taste

I have to agree with you there :D

FiorE 05-02-2010 21:47

Sergey lazarev may enter to the major league since I read he`s signed with Sony music

the negative part: he`s starting to sound too R&B, in his latest song heartbeat I dont know if I`m listening to sergey lazarev or Justin Bieber, :ill:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUmGVTa-rIY

Talyubittu 06-02-2010 00:15

His thick Russian accent and his feminine sounding voice will never fly in a western market. This sounds like nothing that's played here. He's a tool.

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Originally Posted by Crazy_Malchik
MakSim's woo?! But she's booring

Trudnyj Vozrast is one of the best albums I've ever heard.

fanoff 11-02-2010 20:18

Are BK known in Russia?They submitted an entry for Russian Eurovision national selection called "He's a liar" ,listen to the song here
http://www.myspace.com/bandbk

thegurgi 11-02-2010 21:15

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Originally Posted by Talyubittu (Post 392066)
Trudnyj Vozrast is one of the best albums I've ever heard.

i hope that's an exaggeration, but yeah trudny vozrast is a great russian pop album. but Moj Raj = Boooring and her song about Radio Airwaves is just more of the same.

As far as i'm concerned the russian music scene is, as argos has been implying, dead. Only a handful of artists, the russian music stations still play songs from when began liking Russian music. i couldn't believe it when they played "Tak i Byt'" by Propaganda a few weeks ago - seriously?! It's sad but yeah... it seems the only artists who can get a lot of airplay are those from the Meladze and Fadeev camps (which includes Fabrika Zvezd artists to an extent).

Argos 11-02-2010 21:30

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Originally Posted by fanoff (Post 392129)
Are BK known in Russia?They submitted an entry for Russian Eurovision national selection called "He's a liar" ,listen to the song here
http://www.myspace.com/bandbk

The group BK! exists since late 2007, practically unknown. They make something like brit-pop and tried their luck in 2008's Eurovision selection with a song called "Don't Break My Heart". The band-leader Boris Hludnev was Dima Bilan's manager at his first Eurovision experience.

Only a few days to the dead-line in Russia, and no star is interested in the contest. The people in charge at the TV channel 'Rossiya' have to be completely desperate by now. Everything we have are Roma Kenga, LiVi, Stas Satsura, Balagan Limited, BK!, Unisex and porn-star Lena Berkova - what a list!

fanoff 11-02-2010 21:58

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Originally Posted by Argos (Post 392131)
The people in charge at the TV channel 'Rossiya' have to be completely desperate by now

You forgot Dima Bilan!He revealed in his video blog that he prepared a song for Eurovision.For the third time?No,I wouldn't like that!

Argos 11-02-2010 22:16

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Originally Posted by fanoff (Post 392132)
You forgot Dima Bilan!He revealed in his video blog that he prepared a song for Eurovision.For the third time?No,I wouldn't like that!

So far he has nothing submitted, and the dead-line already had been prolonged. Manager Rudkovskaya told about this possibility, too. The tour begins on Monday and there is not a single news line about his participation. On the other hand he will certainly be at the Olympic Games in Vancouver to cross the fingers for Plyuschenko, as all media report. So what about the candidates' tour?

By the way, Miss Berkova is sure that she will win the contest, if the voting is fair, and her song "The Bear Arrived" was for another singer, who wanted to participate last year. Unfortunately he died from alcohol abuse. If it were not a tragedy I would full heartedly :lol: (ok, honestly I'm :lol: anyway!)

fanoff 12-02-2010 13:55

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Originally Posted by Argos (Post 392134)
So far he has nothing submitted, and the dead-line already had been prolonged. Manager Rudkovskaya told about this possibility, too. The tour begins on Monday and there is not a single news line about his participation. On the other hand he will certainly be at the Olympic Games in Vancouver to cross the fingers for Plyuschenko, as all media report.

Dima Bilan has rescheduled his Australian performance so that he can participate in the NF,so he's likely to submit a song.

Argos 16-02-2010 23:10

I think this suits quite well in the thread. On Sunday, Valentine's Day on Muz TV was the "Big Love Show 2010", where a very representative sample of the most wanted stars for the young generation in Russia showed up. Only a few top acts were absent like Dima Bilan, who is on an official mission in Vancouver. But altogether a good glimpse on who is 'in' and what's cool for the teens and early twens. If you miss some names - well, probably they are losers :) (at least for the young audience).

Sergej Lazarev - Najdi menya: This live version sounds so much better than the original one. Unthankful job to begin the show - the people were much less in mood than later in the show, but he did it excellently.
Vintazh - Eva: The superhit of 2009 from the new top act of Russian music scene. The lady has her own real kindergarten at home already, but she knows how to leave her mark!
BiS - Pustota: Ok, boygroups - special case. But they do a good job and are by far the best Russians in that genre and they can sing quite well. Ex-Star Factory participants produced by the famous Konstantin Meladze, which means: every song is of top quality.
Serebro - Sladko: Leadsinger Lena was supposed to leave the group and go solo, obviously she as well as the Fadeev brothers (one as producer, the other as her lover) have changed their minds and reason has finally won, the fans can be happy! A convincing performance from girls in best mood.
Roma Kenga - Summer Night City: One of the new stars. Not the best singer but with a good portion of charisma. He will try to represent Russia in the 2010 competition of the European Song Contest.
Band'Eros - Ne vspominaj: After a lousy year and the loss of one of their members they finally came back late last year. Hopefully they will continue with creative r'n'b / hiphop music of the Eastern kind.
23:45 & 5ivesta Family - Ya budu: The climber of the year 2009. Not really in the top league as singer, but with her raspy voice she won the hearts of the teenagers. Dance and rap in combination - not unusual in the disco and club scene of Russia.
Vika Krutaya - Ubegu: The daughter of the most famous Russian composer Igor' Krutoj, and I bet daddy gets rashes when he hears his daughter's music. Minimalistic and monotonous dance music, right at the moment it's well received, especially in the capital's scene.
Zhanna Friske - A na more belyj pesok: An enigma, this lady. In her seven years in the girlgroup 'Blestyaschie' she was the most elegant (almost snobbish) member of all time, and no boy or girl younger than thirty would have confessed that (s)he is a Zhanna-fan, but since she left the group in 2003 she attracted first of all the young audience, even now with her almost 36 years, as you can see at this performance.
In'-Yan - Kamikadze: Another Star Factory project of Konstantin Meladze - great songs and good voices, but some flaws with their performances, the sparks don't want to ignite most of the time, it's a pity.
VIA Gra - Sumasshedshij: The next Meladze project, the decade old girlgroup with the proverbial 'every year line-up change'. Still the best of the best. Unrivaled in Russia, how they interact with the audience, and this time they are simply irresistible.
Timati feat. Mariya - Love You: Somehow this egomaniac with his horrible music not only survives in Russian music business, he even manages to be one of the stars of the young audience. Fingers in the ears and hold out!
Quest Pistols - Belaya strekoza lyubvi: Not so long in the upper league. Definitely one of the most interesting performers in the Russian scene. Quite unusual, but always fun to watch. With this hit song a flawless act.
Infinity - Zamechtalas': Sometimes it's not easy to explain why someone is famous. A simple girl, seemingly only modestly talented, straying around on stage, having nothing special to offer, but the youth of a whole nation has taken her to their hearts.
DJ Smash - Samolyot: A disappointingly short performance of the top DJ of the nation, and definitely not his best work, but the teens love him anyway.
MakSim - Na radiovolnah: For years now Marina bores us with one copy after another of her earlier works, and sometimes even with plagiates of other artists' works. This one isn't much different, but she has a huge fan community (of girls who still have not met their fairytale prince, as some sharp tongues note).
Alexander Rybak - Fairytale: Watch and listen, who can sing better, Rybak or the audience (the answer is easy, really!). Anyway, this guy can do what he wants, everybody loves him.

fanoff 16-02-2010 23:23

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Originally Posted by Argos (Post 392163)
Serebro - Sladko:

I thought that Lena sang all the parts,the video was a total shock for me :lol: I didn't think the new girls were able to sing actually :D And they totally sound like Lena.I'm still in a shock:lol:

fanoff 27-02-2010 15:16

Is Pavla Kuchenko known in Russia? She participated the Russian national final with this song

http://esckaz.com/mp3/Pavla%20-%20Inflatuated.mp3

I quite like it.Does she have chances?

Argos 27-02-2010 20:30

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Originally Posted by fanoff (Post 392295)
Is Pavla Kuchenko known in Russia?

She was doing quite well in 2008, had almost a hit with Ne uspela, but since then it has become very silent around her.
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Originally Posted by fanoff (Post 392295)
Does she have chances?

She isn't well known, but if I look on the semifinalists' list which the channel 'Rossiya' published today, everything is possible. Oh God, the whole competition will be so weird! :hah:

fanoff 28-02-2010 00:29

The channel kept the right to add direct finalists to the selection,which I think will make Dima Bilan's song enter the competition.

Argos 28-02-2010 11:14

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Originally Posted by fanoff (Post 392299)
The channel kept the right to add direct finalists to the selection,which I think will make Dima Bilan's song enter the competition.

It would make sense then, why all the stars 'boycott' the ESC. Even Roma Kenga, the only bigger name, is not on the list. If everybody knows that Bilan is already booked for Oslo, it makes no sense to invest time and money for the selection. Only the unknown acts, who get their attention on TV (maybe for the first time in their lives) can win in this situation. I just hope that I will see Elena Esenina (love it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikjgXrOEIZk ), Yulika (Do you know, how r'n'b sounds on a balalaika? - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGKi1gKvifo ) and "Blondrock" (exquisitely hilarious - http://www.rockgeroy.ru/view/songs/135233.html ) in the Russian final in a week.

fanoff 01-03-2010 20:37

Dima Bilan has withdrawn from the final :D

Life In Technicolor 01-03-2010 22:40

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Originally Posted by Argos (Post 392305)
I just hope that I will see Elena Esenina (love it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikjgXrOEIZk ), Yulika (Do you know, how r'n'b sounds on a balalaika? - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGKi1gKvifo ) and "Blondrock" (exquisitely hilarious - http://www.rockgeroy.ru/view/songs/135233.html ) in the Russian final in a week.

I hope that I will see MIUSHA in the final. But I don't know what she will sing. :ithink:

fanoff 11-09-2010 23:50

Max Barskih
Макс Барских

I discovered this guy and his song Agoniya, which is really catchy. Is he known in Russia? Argos?:)

another song from him - Suka Lubov, so catchy.

Argos 12-09-2010 10:53

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Originally Posted by fanoff (Post 394557)
Is he known in Russia?

Until now not so much. He is new and not Russian. Participant of Fabrika zirok 2 (the Ukrainian Star Factory) in December 2008. He writes his songs himself and is known for his very blunt and almost aggressive courtship of Ukrainian top star and sex symbol Svetlana Loboda. Well, they had a duet together, which is even more remarkable than his other songs - Serdtse b'yotsya - the heart beats. You'll look in vain for anything even halfway comparable in Russia, but no surprise - the Ukrainian music scene is very much alive, the Russian is absolutely dead.

fanoff 14-09-2010 22:09

In some youtube videos the girls were crazily cheering for him and singing along loudly.


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