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In the album 70/80 will feature the song Zakhodyvsya u viyni by Kamyaniy gist

"Zahodyvsya u viyni" is the only singing group "Kamyaniy gist" that you hear on the album "70/80". It is written by the group's leader, Yuriy Veres in the fall of 2013, several months before the events on Maidan.
This song is about a soldier who is in the thick of the war. In each dream he sees his family happy around him. But, waking up screaming and explosions, he is forced again to go into battle, although it is on the brink and unable to see the death of their comrades.

It is possible that the coincidence is accidental and the name of this literary work has nothing to do with "The Man Who Sold the World".

More obvious borrowing from a poem by Hughes Mirna of "The Psychoed" ("Antigonish"), where part of the text is used almost verbatim. Bowie himself never mentioned such a source of inspiration, and this fact has no documentary evidence, but the lyrics openly echoes the content of the poem.

The history of modern music complete examples of a good cover song is becoming much popular original, and most listeners can't remember the author and first performer. Something similar happened with the song "The Man Who Sold The World" which most modern music fans see this as a song of the grunge band Nirvana. Kurt Cobain covered it very well in the Unplugged concert released a few months before the death of Cobain. Bowie himself admitted that he hates when after the concert suited the teenagers and say, "How nice of you to sing a song of Nirvana". And I think "fuck you, wank young!".

This song can be related to surrealism. Of all the songs of our upcoming album it is the most complicated.

The Man Who Sold The World - Lyudyna, shcho prodala Svit. David Bowie song remix will sound in the Ukrainian language in the album 70/80

The song tells the story of how the author meets himself otherwise. In this work, Bowie talks about the long road of dis-identification with itself and further reconciliation.
Bowie said: "I wrote this song when I was looking for the other side. Maybe now I feel more comfortable in psychological and spiritual terms, I feel that there is already a certain unity. This song is a description of how you feel when you're young, when you know that there is another part of you that you are not actually together. This search, in which there is a great need to find out who you really are".

The song Time - Hours of Pink Floyd sound in the Ukrainian language in the album 70/80

"Time" is the fourth track of the album "Dark side of the moon" (1973) by the British band Pink Floyd. This is the only track records, the authors identified all four members of the group, although the song was written by Roger Uotersom. In various interviews he stated that the idea of the song came when he realized that more than anything in life currently being prepared.

The song Over the Hills and Far Away (Za pagorbamy, vdalyboi) Gary Moore song remix in the Ukrainian language in the album 70/80

The song about a man falsely accused of robbery and exiled far from their homes. He dreams that one day will return home and will meet again with his beloved.
It was planned that the vocal part in this song is a famous Phil Lynnot, at that moment, the former leader of the Irish rock band "Thin Lizzy". Unfortunately, the abuse of alcohol and drugs caused the early death of a musician (he was only 36 years old) and had kept true to the plan.

Run Through the Jungle (Tikaymo cherez jungli) of the group Creedence Clearwater Revival will be remix performed in the Ukrainian language in the album 70/80

The song was written by vocalist, guitarist and songwriter of Creedence, John Fogerty.
It may seem, and most people will believe exactly what this song is about the Vietnam war, because the text refers to the jungle, and the year of its release - 1970 (USA waged war in Vietnam between 1965 and 1975). The fact that previous Creedence songs, namely "Who'll Stop the Rain" and "Fortunate Son" were protests against the war, only confirmed the theory.