Neschastny Sluchai

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Neschastny Sluchai
Несчастный случай на концерте в Донецке 6 июня 2010 года 018.JPG
Background information
OriginMoscow, USSR
Genres
Years active1983—present
Websitens.ru
MembersAlexey Kortnev
Pavel Mordyukov
Sergey Chekryzhov
Dmitry Chuvelyov
Pavel Timofeev
Roman Mamaev
Past membersValdis Pelsh
Andrey Guvakov
Vadim Sorokin
Dmitry Morozov
Pavel Gonin
Pavel Cheremisin
Sergey Denisov

Neschastny Sluchai (Russian: Несчастный случай, literally "Unfortunate accident") is a Russian rock band that was formed by Valdis Pelsh and Alexey Kortnev in 1983, while both men were students at Moscow State University.[1][2]

Despite being popular in Russia, the band is virtually unknown outside. The band leader, Alexei Kortnev, has repeatedly cited as major influences such bands as Queen, King Crimson, and Genesis.[citation needed] The band's lyrics are at the same time grotesque and sentimental while their music features complicated structures and melodic turns rooted in the prog rock of the '70s.[citation needed]

Members[edit]

  • Alexey Kortnev (vocals, guitar, songwriting)[3]
  • Pavel Mordyukov (saxophone, vocals)[3]
  • Sergey Chekryzhov (keyboards, vocals)[3]
  • Dmitry Chuvelyov (guitar, vocals)[3]
  • Roman Mamaev (bass)[3]
  • Pavel Timofeev (drums, percussion)[3]

Discography[edit]

  • 1994 -- Trody pludov (Троды плудов)[4]
  • 1995 -- Mein Lieber Tanz[4]
  • 1996 -- Mezhsezon'e (Межсезонье)[4]
  • 1997 -- Jeto ljubov' (Это любовь)[4]
  • 2000 -- Chernosliv i kuraga (Чернослив и курага)[4]
  • 2003 -- Poslednie den'ki v raju (Последние деньки в раю)[4]
  • 2006 -- Prostye chisla (Простые числа)[4]
  • 2010 -- Tonnel' v konce sveta (Тоннель в конце света)[4]
  • 2013 -- Gonjajas' za bizonom (Гоняясь за бизоном)[4]
  • 2014 -- Kranty (Кранты)[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Neschastny Sluchai" (in Russian). MoscowOut.Ru. Retrieved 2009-02-21.
  2. ^ Концерт группы "Несчастный случай" (in Russian). Muzycalnaia Gazeta. Retrieved 2009-02-26.
  3. ^ a b c d e f "Несчастный Случай - Команда". www.ns.ru. Retrieved 2019-03-06.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Несчастный Случай - Альбомы". www.ns.ru. Retrieved 2019-03-06.

Further reading[edit]

  • Graudt, Svetlana. (June 14, 2002). "Crooner Goes From Classical to Queen." The Moscow Times. p. III.

External links[edit]