Mumiy Troll: Jimolost Remixes

Mumiy Troll SKU: 39372093
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Mumiy Troll: Jimolost Remixes

Mumiy Troll SKU: 39372093

Format: 12-INCH SINGLE

Regular price $13.12

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Title: Jimolost Remixes
Artist: Mumiy Troll
Label: Glenview
Product Type: 12-INCH SINGLE
UPC: 899123047074
Genre: Rock

Mumiy Troll is a legendary indie rock band formed in Vladivostok, Russia in 1983 that changed the whole landscape of the Russian music scene in 1996 when 'Morskaya' was released. The song 'Jimolost' (Honeysuckle) was released on their 2018 album 'East-X-Northwest'. This single opens with the original track on the A side, followed by the Kito Jempere Band pop revision. On the B side there are 3 additional remixes. KTO DJ? (another Russian legend who brought drum'n'bass culture to Russia in 1996 as DJ Boomer and also performed at Olympic Games Closing Ceremonies in 2014 in Sochi, Russia) brings his techno «PAIN» remix. Amsterdam-based deep house artist Nachtbraker delivers a smooth «Lullaby» version, while Bonfire Records artist Schier shapes his very own indie-dance version.


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