Stanislav Baretsky

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Stanislav Valereyevich Baretsky (Станислав Валерьевич Барецкий)
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Background information
Born 8.3.1972
Origin Russia
Genres Turbo chanson
Russian chanson
Experimental music
Electronic music
Intelligent dance music
Performance art
Associated acts Leningrad (band), EU

Stas Baretsky (born 8 March 1972 in Lomonosov, USSR) is a Russian musician. He has worked with the groups Leningrad and EU.


Baretsky has worked as a security guard, opened a cafe, and had several other jobs. He wrote poetry as a young man. In 2002 he made songs based on this work. In the period from 2003 to 2004 he recorded two solo albums, Цензура ("Censorship") and Цензура-2 ("Censorship-2"). Some of the songs were played on the radio.

In 2004 he worked with the group named EU. They released an album in 2005, Электронщина (Elektronschina) featuring a stencil of his face on the cover. He performed at concerts with EU in Moscow and St Petersburg. He then worked with the group Leningrad, writing lyrics for a song.[1][2]

Baretsky is known for his scandalous behaviour, particularly because he often attacks other celebrities on air of different TV shows.[citation needed]



  • 2-Асса-2 2009
  • Жесть Миллионов - Zhest Million - 2010
  • Шапито-шоу - Tent Show - 2011
  • Литейный - Casting - 2011
  • Give me your money- Little Big- 2015