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Biography

  • Years Active

    1989 – 2016 (26 years)

  • Founded In

    Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovskaya oblast', Russian Federation

  • Members

    • Коля ROTOFF (2008 – present)
    • Олег Гененфельд
    • Сергей Станиславович Бобунец (1989 – present)

Смысловые Галлюцинации ("Semantic Hallucinations") is a band from Russia created in 1989 in Yekaterinburg. The name may be translated as "Hallucinations of meaning", "Semantic hallucinations". Medicine doesn't know this term; it was produced as a slip of the tongue and stuck. The band is also known under a much shorter name "Gliuki" ("Глюки"), a slang term, which means basically the same: glitches in your brain.

It was disbanded and recreated again in 1995. Since then the music of the band was heard at the Our Radio (Наше Радио) Moscow radio channel and at various concerts. It was not especially notable until the band suddenly became famous because of a melancholic song "Vechno Molodoy" ("Вечно молодой", "Forever Young") used in Brother and Brother-2 Russian action films. In 2000 it was included into the soundtrack to Brother-2, which enjoyed a significant commercial success.

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