"Vdrug", which directly translates as "suddenly", is a music band that was originated by students of former Institute of Culture in Krasnodar, Russia. First band performance was September 1, 1997, which marked a birthday of the band. First success on a region scale was single "Pol Verhoven". In 2002 single "Maina" was highly rotated on local radio station, was included in a series of collection albums and became the second most famous band's track. In 2004 Vdrug released their first album named "Viramaina" which band was recording for almost 3 years. In 2007 Vdrug's song "Sila duha" becomes a soundtrack to a popular TV series "Kadetstvo" and band becomes well-known even outside of Krasnodar region, on a country scale. In 2008 the band released their second album, "Machty". In 2009 14 Vdrug's best tracks became soundtracks to a computer game "Moscow driver" ("Московский водила")
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