Theodor Bastard | Beloe: Hunting for Fierce Beasts (10th Anniversary Edition)

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Beloe: Hunting for Fierce Beasts (10th Anniversary Edition)

by Theodor Bastard

It is the 10 year anniversary reissue of the album Beloe (2008) which was one of the first and crucial releases in Russian ethno electronica. The band from Saint Petersburg skillfully mixes folk melodies with psychedelia and experimental electronica.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Voda (From the Cold to the Heat)
6:37 $1.29
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2. Ochi (Aruah)
4:55 $1.29
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3. Son (The Dead Are Near There)
4:06 $1.29
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4. I'll Live
5:37 $1.29
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5. Come Clean
5:30 $1.29
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6. Uhozhu (I'm Leaving)
3:41 $1.29
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7. Snega
4:54 $1.29
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8. Mir
4:44 $1.29
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9. Hunting for Fierce Beasts
3:36 $1.29
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10. Beloe
4:42 $1.29
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11. Temnoe Okno
6:44 $1.29
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12. Epilogue
2:01 $1.29
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Beloe: Hunting For Fierce Beasts (10th Anniversary Edition) is the edited and re-mixed version of the significant album Beloe by Theodor Bastard. This version with new improved sound is dedicated to 10 year anniversary of the original album.
Originally released on October 27, 2008, the album Beloe was accepted by critics as one of the first and important works in Russian ethno-electronics, clearly addressing to Russian folklore and at the same time sounding modern and progressive.
Written completely in Russian, full of Russian folk motives, this album had become a turning point in Theodor Bastard's evolution.
The best tracks (according to musicians) from the both original releases of the album Beloe (Russian and Argentinian) are included in this new edition.
Some compositions are first published in Russia, this makes the anniversary edition especially important.
Gusli had appeared among the band instruments first on this album, performed by Maria Akimova.
Also many other guest artists had participated in the recording: Mila Fedorova (cello), Eugene Fedotov (guitar), Elena Tishina (harp) and the band Ole Lukkoye frontman Boris Bardash (vocal, in one song).
Most of the album lyrics were written by Yana Veva, the lead vocalist of Theodor Bastard.
The conceptual design of the release was done by Fedor Svoloch based on his own paintings.
The exibition of Fedor's paintings dedicated to the new album release will take place in Moscow and Saint Petersburg galleries within the upcoming band's tour.
Like the first edition, the new version of the album Beloe has a unique design - a digipak with a big 20-page booklet is placed in a slipcase made of high-quality cardboard with a cross-like hole.

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