|1.||Alla Pugacheva - "Cafe Dancing Lights" (Krjuk edit) (5:00)|
|2.||Pavel Ovsyannikov Orchestra - "Downhill Skiinga" (Beard In Dust edit) (5:33)|
|1.||Tatiana Kochergina - "The Colour Of Love" (The Paper edit) (4:29)|
|2.||Bratya Po Razumu - "Skrech Rap" (Schmoltz edit) (3:58)|
|3.||Pavel Ovsyannikov Orchestra - "79" (Shiny Boots & Krlow edit) (5:06)|
Having spent the last three years successfully mining obscure Polish music for inspiration, The Very Polish Cut-Outs has decided to apply their formula to little-known Russian releases. The Very Soviet Cut-Outs, then, features prime re-edits - presumably by Russian producers - of Soviet-era material. There's much to enjoy, from the chugging disco-meets-electro brilliance of the Beard In Dust edit of Pavel Ovsyannikov Orchestra's "Downhill Skiinga", to the eccentric and downright bizarre Russian disco-rap of Bratya Po Razumu's "Skrech Rap (Schmoltz Edit)". For those keen on more traditional disco thrills, Krjuk's head-nodding, toe-tapping rearrangement of Alla Pugacheva's sweet "Cafe Dancing Lights" more than fits the bill.
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