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The song Land of Confusion (Santerini edge) of the group GENESIS will be performed in the Ukrainian language remix in the album 70/80

"Land of Confusion" - known political song by the British band "Genesis", which questioned the wisdom of the world leaders in those times, when between the U.S. and Russia threatened nuclear war. Written by guitarist Mike Rutherford and the music was all created by the band "Genesis".

Slade in the Ukrainian language. The song Noddy holder and Jimmy Lee Coz I Luv You (Bo need) sounds in the Ukrainian language in the album 70/80

It's no secret that many real rock hits were created just a few minutes. Such was the case with the famous song "Coz I Luv You" by the British rock group Slade. Her Manager Chas Chandler, former member of The Animals, insisted that his players themselves wrote the words and music. After one of these conversations and began the history of the song "Coz I Luv You".

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The Doors in the Ukrainian language. The song remix is Jim Morrison's Riders on the Storm (Vershnyky be a menace) will be performed in the Ukrainian language in the album 70/80

The future leader of the cult rock band the Doors Jim Morrison in the early sixties was a student at Florida State University in Tallahassee. At the same time he was closely associated with a girl named Mary, who lived a few hundred miles away. Jim often went to her hitchhiking, sitting on a deserted night road in random cars. Jim figures of the time often appeared the image of the lonely traveler, forced themselves to face the challenges of long-distance travel. It is quite possible that from that period began the history of the song "Riders on the Storm".

 

The Beatles in the Ukrainian language. The song remix of John Lennon Come Together (Idemo razom) will be performed in the Ukrainian language in the album 70/80

The impression that Lennon wrote this song, traveling somewhere through parallel worlds. The text is too crowded with slang and allusions. We can only guess that it was referring to the author.
There is an assumption that every verse of Come Together was written about one of the members of the group: George Harrison - "He one holy roller", Paul McCartney - "he wear no shoe-shine", John Lennon - "He got Ono sideboard" and Ringo Starr - "Got to be good looking".