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First gathered collectively in 1997, Alexander Lebedev (vocals, classical guitar), Sergei Korolyov (acoustic guitar, microKORG, Kaoss Pad), Andrei Prosvirnin (bass), and Alexandra Kucherova (drums) barely could play an axe. Initially, they simply performed eclectic imitations of a common Russian and European rock and roll music. An extremely singular peculiarity about Sansara was their usage of a bayan (performed by Ruslan Manin), which occasionally sounded as an analog synthesizer. Sansara had been energetic in live shows and recorded several EPs before they got their 1st maker, Vladimir Shakhrin (Chai-F); their 1st radio solitary; and their 1st professional record, Vsevozmozhno (All Feasible) in 2000-2001. Though uncooked and immature, the recording boosted Sansara to become noticeable phenomenon within the Russian pop/rock and roll stage. Upon nearer acquaintance with display business, the bandmembers discovered the entertainment marketplace to be always a unusual realm having a different worth system, plus they indicated their gloomy impressions within the band’s second recording, Dykhaniya Online (No Breathing), in 2003. The recording was experimental in lots of respects, and received an ambiguous response from your critics. The next year saw the discharge of Sansara’s third record, Zveroboi (The Deerslayer), that was a lot more cheerful. Gayanae Arutyunyan (Deti Picasso) and Vladimir Shakhrin (Chai-F) added in several songs. Shortly thereafter, Aisbergi i Radugi (Icebergs and Rainbows) was released; representing live studio room sessions, it carefully resembled the band’s initial demos. In 2006 Sansara documented Yu La.

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