• vodka matryoshka medevedi gorbachev

    25 jan. 2012, 15h15m par komissar_sex

  • The foreign artist's names refers to Russia (pt. 1)

    30 août 2011, 22h47m par den_deadkeds

    A
    Average joe stalin (UK)

    B
    benjamin stalin (CAN)
    Black Russian (UK)
    Black Stalin (TRI)
    Bleak Russian Soundscape (UK)
    Blue Kremlin (GER)
    Brak Molotov (CAN)
    Buddah Stalin (Fictional artist from TV show, “Strangers With Candy”)

    C
    Camarada Kalashnikov (SPA)
    CCCP (GER)
    CCCP Fedeli Alla Linea (ITA)
    Cobaye Molotov (CAN)
    Coquetel Molotov (BRA)

    D
    Dimitri Molotov (NED)
    Drewsif Stalin & Drewsif Stalin's Musical Endeavors (US)

    E
    Ekatarina Velika (YUG)

    F
    Fanfara Kalashnikov (ROM)
    ¡Forward, Russia! (UK)

    G
    GG Stalin (FIN)
    Ghost of the Russian Empire (US)
    Gogol Bordello (US)
    Gogol 1er et La Horde (FRA)

    K
    Kalashnikov:
    1. Kalashnikov (SPA)
    2. Kalashnikov (POR)
    3. Kalashnikov (ITA)
    4. Kalashnikov (UK)
    5. Kalashnikov (DEN)
    6. Kalashnikov (US)
    7. Kalashnikov (NOR)
    The Kalashnikov Project (IRE)
    KGB:
    1. KGB (US)
    2. KGB (YUG)
    3. KGB (HUN)
    4. KGB (SPA)
    KGB Suspect (US)
    Kommunist Kremlin (NED)
    The Kremlin (CAN)
    The Kremlin Grooving Boys
    Kremlin Kontingent (FRA)
  • 7" Up - Singles only, UK 1978-1982

    31 jan. 2007, 16h08m par cdrx

    It‘s always a special pleasure to flip through that box of singles. This diminutive format in black vinyl made it possible for a musician‘s own productions to be released in the smallest of runs. Very often for lack of funds they only came out as 7“s, in contrast to the big labels. Long since unavailable or, if to be had at all, then sadly only at hefty collectors‘ prices.
    Sometimes the B-side is an eye-opener: the A-side a let-down. And of course a centre puck is standard equipment for any lover of the 7”!

    A pity, though, that they‘ve got to be turned over after three minutes, so if you‘re planning on an evening‘s wall-to-wall listening then it‘s best to make yourself comfortable next to the turntable with your box of singles within arm‘s reach.

    7“ UP! is our song of praise to a fine little medium that only a few labels are still putting out. No promotion for vinyl, though, in these days of mp3 and the iPod...

    A compilation of British rarities from 1978 to 1982, 7“ UP! offers little-known…
  • 7 Up - Singles only, UK 1978-1982

    31 jan. 2007, 16h08m par cdrx

    It‘s always a special pleasure to flip through that box of singles. This diminutive format in black vinyl made it possible for a musician‘s own productions to be released in the smallest of runs. Very often for lack of funds they only came out as 7“s, in contrast to the big labels. Long since unavailable or, if to be had at all, then sadly only at hefty collectors‘ prices.
    Sometimes the B-side is an eye-opener: the A-side a let-down. And of course a centre puck is standard equipment for any lover of the 7”!

    A pity, though, that they‘ve got to be turned over after three minutes, so if you‘re planning on an evening‘s wall-to-wall listening then it‘s best to make yourself comfortable next to the turntable with your box of singles within arm‘s reach.

    7“ UP! is our song of praise to a fine little medium that only a few labels are still putting out. No promotion for vinyl, though, in these days of mp3 and the iPod...

    A compilation of British rarities from 1978 to 1982…
  • 7 Up - Singles only, UK 1978-1982

    31 jan. 2007, 16h08m par cdrx

    It‘s always a special pleasure to flip through that box of singles. This diminutive format in black vinyl made it possible for a musician‘s own productions to be released in the smallest of runs. Very often for lack of funds they only came out as 7“s, in contrast to the big labels. Long since unavailable or, if to be had at all, then sadly only at hefty collectors‘ prices.
    Sometimes the B-side is an eye-opener: the A-side a let-down. And of course a centre puck is standard equipment for any lover of the 7”!

    A pity, though, that they‘ve got to be turned over after three minutes, so if you‘re planning on an evening‘s wall-to-wall listening then it‘s best to make yourself comfortable next to the turntable with your box of singles within arm‘s reach.

    7“ UP! is our song of praise to a fine little medium that only a few labels are still putting out. No promotion for vinyl, though, in these days of mp3 and the iPod...

    A compilation of British rarities from 1978 to 1982…
  • 7 Up - Singles only, UK 1978-1982

    31 jan. 2007, 16h08m par cdrx

    It‘s always a special pleasure to flip through that box of singles. This diminutive format in black vinyl made it possible for a musician‘s own productions to be released in the smallest of runs. Very often for lack of funds they only came out as 7“s, in contrast to the big labels. Long since unavailable or, if to be had at all, then sadly only at hefty collectors‘ prices.
    Sometimes the B-side is an eye-opener: the A-side a let-down. And of course a centre puck is standard equipment for any lover of the 7”!

    A pity, though, that they‘ve got to be turned over after three minutes, so if you‘re planning on an evening‘s wall-to-wall listening then it‘s best to make yourself comfortable next to the turntable with your box of singles within arm‘s reach.

    7“ UP! is our song of praise to a fine little medium that only a few labels are still putting out. No promotion for vinyl, though, in these days of mp3 and the iPod...

    A compilation of British rarities from 1978 to 1982…