Duna (band)

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Duna
Origin Dolgoprudny, Moscow Oblast, Russia
Genres Crust Punk, D-beat(Early), Euro disco, pop, rock, house
Years active 1987–present
Labels Soyuz, Melodiya, others
Website limonia.ru
Members Viktor Rybin
Igor Pliaskin
Mikhail Dulsky
Andrei Apukhtin
Renat Sharibjanov
Mikhail Yudin
Past members Dmitri Chetvergov
Andrei Shatunovsky
Sergei Katin
Andrei Rublёv
Aleksandr Serov
Pavel Smeyan
Leonid Petrenko
Sergei Kadnikov

Duna is a Russian pop band formed in 1987. They became popular in 1989 just before the collapse of the Soviet Union with the song "The Land of Limonia".[1]

Members[edit]

  • Viktor "Ryba" Rybin (vocals, percussion - since 1987)
  • Igor Pliaskin (guitars - since 2002)
  • Mikhail "Filёvsky Oboroten" Dulsky (guitars - since 1992)
  • Andrei "Tolsty" Apukhtin (keyboards - since 1991)
  • Renat "Grach" Sharibjanov (bass guitar - since 1993)
  • Mikhail "Mefodiy" Yudin (drums - since 2006)

Former members[edit]

  • Dmitri Chetvergov
  • Andrei Shatunovsky
  • Sergei Katin
  • Andrei Rublёv
  • Aleksandr Serov
  • Pavel Smeyan
  • Leonid Petrenko
  • Sergei Kadnikov

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