Stuffography Singles

This category contains all Akvarium singles... but then you knew that already because you are not very dumb.

1987
Medium
A Soviet vinyl release on the Melodiya label with tracks from Silver Day and December's Children. Very, very out-of-print, the Bodhisattvas haven't seen one yet.
1989
Missing
The other single off of Radio Silence, stamped "RETURN TO SENDER" by the American public.
1989
Missing
This album, subtitled “DEMONSTRATION—NOT FOR SALE,” is one of the more fascinating bits of detritus from Grebenshikov's Radio Silence adventure. As the label suggests, this piece of vinyl isn't for public consumption—it's one of those modestly-wrapped candies that Columbia Records offered all the DJs (as opposed to Djis) and reviewers who were to make BG's initials known round the world, meaning the known world.
1989
Missing
Boris' first big radio hit in the United States. (NOT!)
1996
Missing
Three-song, three-inch cd single from Snow Lion. Dzhrew enhanced his lingham by exactly three inches and three songs with 33 rubles at the Christmas concert in SPB, 1998.
1997
Missing
Preview single for Black Moon/Lilith.
1999
Missing
Various versions, with video. See Boris do the mystical egg-laying bird dance. See the beautiful, bountiful babe. See the old man. Love the old man. I looooove that old maaaaaaaaaan...!
2000
Missing

Lead off single from what looked (from the front end) to be a Traveling Wilburys-ish collaboration of Russian music-world lumniaries—BG, Chizh, Slava Butsov, Maxim Leonidov—calling themselves "Terrarium."