Recap: We are releasing an entirely Russian album. It is called “Beloe Vino / Krasnoe Vino” (from Russian – “White Wine / Red Wine”), it is out on the 8th of October 2010, on Soyuz Music Record Label. The release will be accompanied by two concerts in Moscow, Russia – on the 8th in B2 Club and on the 9th in the Concert Club (details in Gigs). We are working on organizing release concerts in Ukraine and Moldova… and maybe other countries. We haven’t released an album in Russian since 1997 – the year of our debut album “Hardcore Moldovenesc”. Contrary to the first album that had a clear concept, the new one is totally anti-conceptuality. At different times and on different occasions Zdob si Zdub recorded songs that on just as many grounds haven’t been released. The album includes featurings, the Russian version of some own songs, and cover versions of folklore and others’ songs. Now they are all gathered under one cover (tracklist in Albums).
The band personally signed 100 CDs. These are available through the Soyuz Internet Store. Delivery outside Russia is possible. Unfortunately, the website is only in Russian, but using Google Translate, it can be understood.
today the songs from the album “Beloe Vino / Krasnoe Vino” will be made
available for listening... 1, 2, 3 songs per day.
1. Stop mafia! feat. Serghey Mihalok