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You Dot, Me Dot, T Dot - The Russian Futurists - Lets Get Ready To Crumble (CD, Album)

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  1. Dyr bul shchyl. Artist: Alexei Kruchenykh. Dyr bul shchyl was the first self-proclaimed zaum poem, published as a part of Kruchenykh's book Pomada (Lipstick) and illustrated in simple lithographs by his friend Mikhail smartaronacarsetzvascrededfisemfi.xyzinfo is a compound word best expressed in English as "transrational" or "beyonsense." Its nonsense words and letters are arbitrary, without meaning.
  2. Russian Futurism. Vladimir Mayakovsky, from 'Mayakovsky -- A Tragedy' () The first use of the word futurism by a Russian art movement, was by a group known as the (Ego-Futurists) in Most of the individuals involved in this group were only 'half-baked' aestheticisms.
  3. im already at lesson 8, but i am going back to the episodes because i forget how to pronounce them. I am currently getting really good with this, mark is an amazing teacher, and its actually really easy! im also learning french, and some of the words are familiar, and in french its easy to remember, even without pronouncing it. your podcasts are a lot like my french classes, and im mostly self.
  4. I don't like VODKA, lets smoke some weed; I think my dad may find out! You do have about CLOSE relatives. And for each family reunion there are about kids and 20 pregnant woman. I don't want to get married! You are a real russian girl if you are: crazy over Tarkan! Titanic was you favourite movie! Hate 50 cent! I'm not a girl lol(if.
  5. Oct 30,  · The other thing is, there are enough russian players playing Dota2 to regularly end up with 3 or 4 russians in the same team. I don't know about you, but if I find myself in a team where % of the players speak my main language, I'm going to do so, fuck the other people.
  6. Russian Futurism is the broad term for a movement of Russian poets and artists who adopted the principles of Filippo Marinetti's "Manifesto of Futurism," which espoused the rejection of the past, and a celebration of speed, machinery, violence, youth, industry, destruction of academies, museums, and urbanism; it also advocated the modernization and cultural rejuvenation.
  7. The Russian Futurists are a Canadian indie pop band based in Toronto. Their music can be described as lo-fi, indie-electronica fused with a twee-pop temperament. Although they initially had only one member, Matthew Adam Hart (born ), the band was later enlarged for live performances.
  8. The Russian Futurists (aka one-man indie pop orchestra Matthew Adam Hart) make lo-fi bedroom recording into an art form. Hart, who hails from eastern Ontario, Canada, drew rave reviews, as .

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