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Smutnoye Vremia

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Released  1997
Artist  Sergey Mavrin
Label  Moroz Records
Length  60:34
Release date  1997
Genres  Heavy metal, Hard rock
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Songs  Castlevania (Valery Kipelov)
Similar  Valery Kipelov albums, Heavy metal albums

Смутное Время (Smutnoye Vremia, Russian for "Vague Time") is a standalone album by vocalist Valery Kipelov and guitarist Sergey Mavrin, both formerly of Aria (Kipelov was still a member of Aria when it was released). Alik Granovsky, former Aria bassist, was a guest musician on "SV", but composed no songs for it. Songs from the album are still played both by Kipelov's group "Kipelov" and Mavrin's "Mavrik".

Contents

Although the major vein of the album is heavy metal, common for both artists, it also includes some slow ballads and even a "drunkard"-blues song, "Vypyem Yesho" (One More Drink).

Track #4, "Ya Svoboden" (I am Free), suddenly became a hit in 2003 when it was re-released by Kipelov and a music video was aired on MTV. The ballad topped Russian rock charts and was featured on MTV Russia's Top 20.

Track listing

  1. Путь Наверх (Way to the Top) - 7:13
    (Kipelov - Margarita Pushkina)
  2. Выпьем Ещё (One More Drink) - 5:49
    (Kipelov, Mavrin, Berkut - Pushkina)
  3. Вот и Все Дела! (Now That's All!) - 6:05
    (Kipelov, Mavrin - Pushkina)
  4. Я Свободен (I am Free) - 7:29
    (Kipelov - Pushkina)
  5. Смутное Время (Vague Time) - 6:44
    (Kipelov - Pushkina)
  6. Свет Дневной Иссяк (Daylight is Gone) - 6:04
    (Mavrin - Pushkina)
  7. Castlevania - 6:06
    (Mavrin - Pushkina)
  8. Ночь в Июле (A Night in July) - 7:16
    (Kipelov - Pushkina)
  9. Будем Жить, Мать Россия! (We Will Survive, Mother Russia!) - 7:00
    (Kipelov, Mavrin - Pushkina)
  10. Кода (Coda) - 0:47
    (Mavrin - Pushkina)

Personnel

  • Valery Kipelov (Aria) – vocals
  • Sergey Mavrin – guitar, keyboard
  • Alik Granovsky (Master) – bass
  • Pavel Chinyakov – drums
  • Galina Pavlova, Alexander Zotov, Olga Shumova, Mikhail Seryshev – choir (6)
  • Sound engineering – Ivan Yevdokimov
  • Photo – Nadir Chanishev
  • References

    Smutnoye Vremia Wikipedia


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