MILANA | They beat a woomen -Russian pop music

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They beat a woomen -Russian pop music

by MILANA

Russian pop music. Milana sings the songs about women’s life and her felling. Naked truth without lie exaggeration or underestimation
Genre: Easy Listening: Soft Rock
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1. It was long time ago
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2. The night rhapsody
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3. Ofelia
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4. Put your palms on my shoulders
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5. Bohemian Rhapsody
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6. The night visit
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7. Psycho
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8. They beat a women
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9. Want hush
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10. With a heavy heart
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11. Lament
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12. Wait for me
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13. Little requiem
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14. You are sitting pregnant and pale
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Russian pop music.
"They beat a women" by Milana is new release by Origen Music – www.origenmusic.com. Milana sings the songs about women’s life and her felling. Naked truth without lie, exaggeration or underestimation.
All songs for Milana produced by Alexsey Zakharenko AKA Origen – www.cdbaby.com/origens. Earlyer Milana sung back vocal for Origen's albums "New Age Opera" (www.cdbaby.com/cd/origen5 ) and Ave Maria (www.cdbaby.com/cd/origen2).


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Reid

Breathtaking...
A thought provoking and powerful CD.

Mariana

MIss
it is nice i love it.

Jessica Winney

Phenomenal
This CD is phenomenal and I've started listening to it daily. I discovered it by accident while searching for music on a Russian music website. I was amazed at the beauty and clarity of Milana's voice coupled with the darker, more austere synth-based music. The overall sound is mournful, yet powerful. Milana's Russian version of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" is in a class by itself. It is so interesting to hear that song re-interpreted and it has become one of my favorite tracks on the CD. The song "Byut Zhenshchinu" or "They Beat A Woman" is one of the few upbeat tracks on the album and further demonstrates that Milana can sing anything! If you are familiar with the other Origen releases like "New Age Opera," "Era of Aquarius," and "Ave Maria," you will recognize the similarities between this CD and those CDs. They were all produced by Alexsey Zakharenko. Now go buy it!

David V.Orloff

They Beat a Woomen
Exquisite from start to finish. Bohemian Rhapsody blew me away, it was the best ever.