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Pojuschie Gitary (Russian: Поющие гитары [pɐˈjʉɕːɪɪ ɡʲɪˈtarɨ], The Singing Guitars) were the Soviet Union's first rock band to reach a phenomenal rate of success and popularity in the Soviet Union, Eastern Europe and in other countries. For that reason, they are often nicknamed "the Soviet Beatles" in a manner not that different from Hungary's Illés and Poland's Czerwone Gitary, whose name means "Red Guitars".
- The bands Discography on russiandvd.com
- Information on the Pojuschie Gitary (in russian)
- Discography of the band (in russian)
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