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Vordan Karmir

by Vordan Karmir

As a result of long-run work and diverse struggles, Vanadzor based Armenian rock band Vordan Karmir presents its first EP!
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. Ogre Mushrooms
Vahan Poghosyan
3:43 $0.99
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2. Vordan Colors
Vahan Poghosyan
2:29 $0.99
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3. A Voice Has Tolled
Vahan Poghosyan
2:33 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
As a result of long-run work and diverse struggles Vordan Karmir presents its first CD. The format of the CD is not random: each of the songs involved presents a certain creative stage of the band. Besides, the CD is meant to take on a role of a litmus paper, reflecting the potential audience’s attitude to each of these stages.
“Ogre Mushrooms” is a non-virtual remake of the 90s teenage gamers’ hit “Super Mario”. The electronic lethal fungi symbolize sickly contagious manifestations of some strata of society that are able to mutilate consciousness and life of a developing individual. As in the game itself, the only chance for the main character to win in reality is to arm himself with a positive “supply” that comes across his way and be strong enough not to lose it when encountering various obstacles.
If a human voluntarily puts the limitless opportunities he has initially been given into an average size or even a smaller square box, if one chooses as his permanent residency the swamp of gray safety and timeserving, he sentences himself to a slow and not very honorable death. “Vordan Colors” is an attempt to show these people the miracle that is across the border of their barbwired world, to liberate them from a cheesy rat trap of stereotypes, open their embalmed senses.
“A voice has tolled” is the hymn of the Armenian liberation movement against the Ottoman Empire in 1880s. Having tried to keep the amazing spiritual power of the song in their interpretation, Vordan Karmir sounds the vital importance of staying faithful to ones national identity.

All the interested are invited to enjoy these and other songs in live mode attending the concerts planned in 2010 and 2011 in the cities of Vanadzor and Yerevan.

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