Avtomaticheskie Udovletvoriteli
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Avtomaticheskie Udovletvoriteli
Swinja & Awtomaticzeskie Udowletworiteli
OriginLeningrad, Soviet Union
GenresPunk rock
1979–1998
Viktor Tsoi
Andrey "Svin" Panov
Alexey Rybin
Yevgeny Fyodorov
Dmitriy Pshishliak
and others

Avtomaticheskie udovletvoriteli abbreviated AU (The Automatic Satisfiers, Russian: abbreviated ) were an iconic and highly influential Russian punk band, formed in Saint Petersburg in 1979.[1][2]

Though they have been described as "the definitive Russian punk rock band", the Avtomaticheskie udovletvoriteli were active for nineteen years (1979--1998), and released zero albums, and zero singles during that time.[] The "Father of Russian Punk,"[3] the late Andrei Panov (ru), better known as "Svin" ("Pig"), was one of the first punk rockers in the city even before he heard the music.[4][5] According to one interview, he fell in love with punk rock after reading an article criticizing the Sex Pistols in a Soviet newspaper. His band, Avtomaticheskie udovletvoriteli, was a sort of underground club for dozens of local musicians, including Kino's late frontman, Viktor Tsoi, and Tequilajazzz's Yevgeny Fyodorov (ru). Panov died of an abdominal disorder at the age of 38 on August 20, 1998.

Discography

CDs of the band's music sometimes feature (the abbreviation "AU") in large letters on the cover artwork. Their last studio album had ("fAU") on the cover.[6]

  • 1984 -- «?!» "shit!"
  • 1987 -- « ?» "Reagan, provocateur"[7]
  • 1988 -- « ? 600 - ? » "?U type 600, songs and songs"
  • 1995 -- «. 1979-1994. » (1979-1994 "No pretensions accepted") - Caravan Records.[8]
  • 1995 -- « ? ?!» - Compilation, also of Olesya Troyanskaya (ru) Drink with us! ( ? ?!) Department EXIT ( ).[9]
  • 1998 -- « ? » ("Festival of disobedience or The Last Days of Pompeii" Department EXIT[10]

References

  1. ^ Continuum encyclopedia of popular music of the world ed. John Shepherd - 2005 p63 "Avtomaticheskie udovletvoriteli (Automatic Satisfiers)" p73 album list "Avtomaticheskie udovletvoriteli. Terri, Cherri, Svin. 1984:"
  2. ^ Maximum rocknroll N.278 2006 "He played in Russia's oldest punk band - Avtomaticheskie udovletvoriteli - between 1994 and 1997,.."
  3. ^ 1998 " "?" , ? ?-?, ? , ? 20 ?... ? " ". "" ? ? ? 1979 ? "
  4. ^ ? ? ? : XX Page 572 - 2004 "? ? ? 1979 ?- « » ? ?. ?, ? ?. : « », «», «»."
  5. ^ Aleksandr Alekseyev ? ? ? - (Who's Who In Russian Rock Music) Page 21 " « ?» «?» , ..."
  6. ^ ? Rock Encyclopedia - ? ? - ? ... - Volume 1 -2007 Page 1970 "? ? 90-? ? ? ? ? ? ... «/» (1989); ? (1990); ? ? « ?» (1992); ? ? «1» (1993); . 1979-1994. . ... (? ) ? ? « , ? ». "
  7. ^ ? , ? ? ? : ? (Anarchy in the RF) 2007 - 2007 Page 27 "« -- ?»"
  8. ^ Cassette cover and insert
  9. ^ CD cover
  10. ^ cassette cover

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