Гражданская Оборона ‎– Всё Идёт По Плану

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
БНД 00017 Гражданская Оборона Всё Идёт По Плану(2xLP, Comp) BO'N'DA Records БНД 00017 Russia 1992 Sell This Version
БНД 00017 Гражданская Оборона Всё Идёт По Плану(2xLP, Comp) BO'N'DA Records БНД 00017 Russia 1992 Sell This Version
БНД 00017 Гражданская Оборона Всё Идёт По Плану(2xLP, Comp, MP) BO'N'DA Records БНД 00017 Russia 1992 Sell This Version
001 Гражданская Оборона Все Идет По Плану (Часть I)(Cass, Comp, Unofficial) Звукореки 001 Russia 1996 Sell This Version
107 Гражданская Оборона Все Идет По Плану (Часть II)(Cass, Comp) Звукореки 107 Russia 1996 Sell This Version
002 Гражданская Оборона Все Идет По Плану (Часть II)(Cass, Comp, Unofficial) Звукореки 002 Russia 1996 Sell This Version
none Гражданская Оборона Все Идет По Плану (Часть I)(Cass, Comp, Unofficial) Moon Records (2) none Ukraine 1997 Sell This Version
OM 02-043 Гражданская Оборона Все Идет По Плану (Часть II)(Cass, Comp, Unofficial) BSA Records OM 02-043 Russia 1998 Sell This Version
OM 02-043 Гражданская Оборона Все Идет По Плану (Часть I)(Cass, Comp, Unofficial) BSA Records OM 02-043 Russia 1998 Sell This Version
MN-074 Гражданская Оборона Все Идет По Плану (Часть 2)(Cass, Comp) Moon Records (2) MN-074 Ukraine 2000 Sell This Version
MN-073 Гражданская Оборона Все Идет По Плану (Часть I)(Cass, Comp, Unofficial) Moon Records (2) MN-073 Ukraine 2000 Sell This Version
none Гражданская Оборона "Все Идет По Плану" Часть I(Cass, Comp, Unofficial) Moon Records (2) none Ukraine Unknown Sell This Version
none Гражданская Оборона "Все Идет По Плану" Часть II(Cass, Comp, Unofficial) Moon Records (2) none Ukraine Unknown Sell This Version

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themingowman

themingowman

February 23, 2019
referencing Всё Идёт По Плану, 2xLP, Comp, БНД 00017

This album is important for many reasons.

For one thing, I think that GrOb is the true form of punk. Since hearing this kind of music and knowing the story behind Letov's suffering and the hardships this band went through while in Soviet Russia, it's really easy to scoff at other punk bands who had an experience not even comparable. What exactly were the Sex Pistols rebelling against, again? What a stupid and ridiculous sob story for a bunch of untalented trashy people. A reason I fucking hate UK punk in general. But this stuff here; Grazhdanskaya Oborona, is the true meaning of "punk" in poetic and political contexts. I mean, so many other bands just seem like burnt out rock stars. Taking in artists like Yanka and Letov into account, it all seems so silly. It's pretty scary to think that this Stalinist way of living still existed even up to the 1990s. When the USSR fell, there was a musical revolution in Russia going on where many people got to experience rock music for the first time. It was an extremely limited medium in Russia at the time. I remember reading the book "Girl In A Band" by Kim Gordon from Sonic Youth, and she talked about how when they played in the USSR there was all sorts of people attending that were not typical of your rock fans at the time. Old women, children, etc. They were fascinated. This record and band serves as a reminder that this kind of system can extremely limit things; this record is produced in lo-fidelity and got some of the members in a LOT of trouble. It's very scary and sad to think of the things that happened to Letov and others during that period, and how empowered they then were when the USSR fell. I believe this album should be archived and kept with its political context.