Ночной Проспект / Notchnoi Prospekt* ‎– Полиуретан / Polyurythane

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Frozen Light ‎– FZL 058
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1 Radio set / Радиоприёмник
Music By, Lyrics By – Alexei Borisov*
3:56
2 Turtle / Черепаха
Lyrics By – Sergey Sidorov*Music By – Alexei Borisov*, Olga Nosova*
3:37
3 Two / Двое
Lyrics By – Sergey Sidorov*Music By – Alexei Borisov*, Eugene Voronovsky*, Olga Nosova*
4:55
4 Hitler's Drawers / Кальсоны Гитлера
Lyrics By – Alexei Borisov*Music By – Alexei Borisov*, Olga Nosova*
2:43
5 Skipidar / Скипидар
Electric Bass – Yar Rost*Lyrics By – Alexei Borisov*, Alexey Kruchjonykh*Music By – Alexei Borisov*, Eugene Voronovsky*, Olga Nosova*
4:05
6 Winter Sea / Зимнее море
Lyrics By – Sergey Sidorov*Music By – Alexei Borisov*, Olga Nosova*
3:45
7 Player / Плеер (Acoustic Version)
Drums [Acoustic Drums] – Karry SarkissianLyrics By – Sergey Sidorov*Music By – Alexei Borisov*, Olga Nosova*
2:57
8 Beard / Борода
Music By, Lyrics By – Alexei Borisov*
2:22
9 Quarrel / Ссора
Lyrics By – Sergey Sidorov*Music By – Alexei Borisov*, Olga Nosova*
3:57
10 Telephone Call / Телефонный звонок
Lyrics By – Sergey Sidorov*Music By – Alexei Borisov*
4:39
11 Polyurethane / Полиуретан
Lyrics By – Sergey Sidorov*Music By – Alexei Borisov*, Eugene Voronovsky*, Olga Nosova*
6:09
12 Telephone Call (Dreamscape Yogurt Mix)
Lyrics By – Sergey Sidorov*Music By – Alexei Borisov*, Eugene Voronovsky*
4:13

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Recorded in 2010-2012.
CD in digifile with 8-page foldout booklet.
Limited edition of 300 hand-numbered copies.

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  • Matrix / Runout: FZL 058 2017 Ночной проспект "Полиуретан"
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched In Mould SID Code Area): ООО "Маркон" Лицензия МПТР России ВАФ №77-103

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Frozenlight

Frozenlight

April 26, 2017

Original: Vital Weekly ( http://www.vitalweekly.net/1079.html )

'Night Avenue' is the translation of Notchnoi Prospekt, a duo of Alexei Borisov (guitar, vocals, lyrics) and Ivan Sokolovsky (keyboards and electronics). They already started in in 1985 and in 1987 a drummer and violinist were added to the line-up, and the band played lots of concerts in Soviet Union and the band went through various line-ups, with Sokolovksy dying in 2005. These days Borisov is still the main member and receiving help from a whole bunch of players on guitar, voice, electronics (Olga Nosova, a regular sparring partner for Borisov), drums, bass, guitar and violin. Borisov is someone who plays many different kinds of music and that's what I like about him, even when I may not always like what the result is. With the music of Notchoi Prospekt, I must admit, I have some trouble. It comes across as synth pop of a darker nature, sometimes a bit rockabilly like, 80s new wave, a touch of noise and lyrics I can't understand, even if I don't care that much about lyrics anyway. The voice is mixed so that it becomes quite dominant, at times drowning out the music a bit, which I always think is a pity. I do like pop music, surely I do, and some of this I found most enjoyable, but at the same time I found it very hard to get into, despite it all being very accessible. I think something got lost in translation.