Brillianty

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Brillianty
Brillianty.jpg
Compilation album by Nu Virgos
Released December 12, 2005
Recorded 2000-2005
Genre Dance-pop, pop rock, teen pop
Language Russian
Ukrainian (2 tracks; one is all in ukrainian, second - partly)
Label CD Land, Pony Crayon (only Japan and South Korea)
Producer Konstantin Meladze
Dmitry Kostyuk
Arina Abramova
Nu Virgos chronology
Stop! Stop! Stop!
(2004)
Brillianty
(2005)
L.M.L.
(2007)
Singles from Brillianty
  1. "Prityazhenya bolshe net"
    Released: January 2004
  2. "Net nichego khuzhe"
    Released: April 2005
  3. "Brillianty"
    Released: September 2005

Brillianty (Russian: Бриллианты, Diamonds) is the first compilation album by Nu Virgos.

Track listing[edit]

Original 2005 release
No. Title Length
1. "Brillianty" (Бриллианты, lit. Diamonds) 3:25
2. "Oj, govorila chista voda" (Ой, говорила чиста вода, lit. Ouch, clean water said) 3:54
3. "Biologiya" (Биология, lit. Biology) 3:44
4. "Stop! Stop! Stop! (album version)" (Стоп! Стоп! Стоп!, lit. Stop! Stop! Stop!) 3:46
5. "Popytka No. 5" (Попытка No. 5, lit. Endeavor No. 5) 3:23
6. "Okean i tri reki (feat. Valeriy Meladze)" (Океан и три реки (совместно с Валерием Меладзе), lit. Ocean & three rivers) 3:37
7. "Mir, o kotorom ya ne znala do tebya" (Мир, о котором я не знала до тебя, lit. World about which I never thought before you) 3:55
8. "Prityazhenya bolshe net (feat. Valeriy Meladze)" (Притяженья больше нет (совместно с Валерием Мелазде), lit. No attraction anymore) 4:24
9. "Good morning, papa!" (Good morning, папа!, lit. Good morning, daddy!) 3:33
10. "Ubey moyu podrugu" (Убей мою подругу, lit. Kill my girlfriend) 3:44
11. "Ne ostavlyay menya ljubimiy" (Не оставляй меня любимый, lit. Don't ever leave me love) 3:30
12. "Ya ne vernus" (Я не вернусь, lit. I won't be back) 3:46
13. "Bomba" (Бомба, lit. Bomb) 3:26
14. "Net nichego khuzhe (feat. TNMK)" (Нет ничего хуже (совместно с ТНМК), lit. No anything worst) 3:40

Release history[edit]

Country Release date
Russia December 12, 2005
Ukraine

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