АКВАРИУМ  Zen of the Late Hellenistic Period

There are so few Greeks in St. Petersburg that in their memory Aquarium's new album is called by the Greek letter Psi. We haven't even had time to get used to his old enlightenments when Boris...

There are so few Greeks in St. Petersburg that in their memory Aquarium's new album is called by the Greek letter Psi. We haven't even had time to get used to his old enlightenments when Boris Grebenschikov has discovered for himself and for the rest of the Russian Orthodox world the world of Japan. This new album is even better though. His Japanese album with the Greek title is that same purple beast with the many arms, thirty feet long and with sharp fins, while the eyes of the album are somehow rotten, but still belonging to Grebenschikov. It's all covered with boils from the past lives that its musician has lived, and when it's not looking for ways to attract fish, it once in a while surfaces out of the water. The beast's contemplations are gloomy, through, that were are amazed to what extent everything resembles what we've been hearing from Grebenschikov for years┘ well, that's what we love him for.

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10.06.2000, Анна АРУТЮНЯН (ЗВУКИ РУ)