Дерево Жизни

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Дерево Жизни

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Дерево Жизни - Навсегда (2001) OG RIP

Genre: RU Rap, Ragga HipHop, Jazzy Hip-Hop
Codec: FLAC (*.flac)
Rip: tracks+.cue
Quality: lossless
Size: 419 mb

01-Дерево Жизни Навсегда
03-Прогулки По Москве
05-Ты Не Знал…
06-Меня Зовут М.У.К.
07-Страшная Сказка
08-Газ Горит
10-За Столом
12-Делу Время
13-Загадки В Темноте
14-Про Любовь
15-До Встречи
16-Депрессия (Инстр.)
17-Ты Не Знал… (Инстр.)

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:idea: A Moscow underground band whose distinctive feature was the use of reggaeton in their rap, as well as the use of live instruments such as guitar, keyboards, xylophone, etc. The group was formed in 1996 and became a continuation of another group Ритм-У/Rhythm-U and consisted of three MC: Дядя Звонкий/Uncle Zvonky, Мук/Muk and Деловой/Delovoy. The band was able to create their own unique and not similar style. No one at that time did such a rap in Russia. In 1998, the band released their only official album "Вещий Сон"/"Prophetic Dream", which was originally released on cassettes, and then re-released on CD under the title "Навсегда"/"Forever" (presented above). The CD edition featured added and instrumental versions and some unreleased tracks. After the release of the album, the band members began to pursue their solo projects and the band took an indefinite break. It was only in 2005 that the band got together again and officially announced their reunion to record their new album. But after recording several tracks, the rappers once again diverge, and this time they finally. The promised album was never recorded. After their final breakup, the band members continued to engage in creativity by participating in various projects. Звонкий/Zvonky was especially successful, who left rap and became a popular pop artist.


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