Stuffography Soundtracks

1986 Buddha 0435a904765ab989fafb9ce7dd38f45dbb8c3259b1b4a4f12ff06aedf3f99b4f
Medium

Soundtrack to Sergei Solovyov's hugely influential cult classic from the late 80s. Akvarium and BG contributed five of the tracks.

1989
Medium

A feast for the ears, this soundtrack has a little something for everybody, from Bardo-esque experimental soundscapes to some of BG's most memorable lyrical efforts. Don't be fooled by its presence in this category: This is a key album that no Akvarium/BG fan should be without.

1992
Medium
Soundtrack by Sergei Kuryohin, erstwhile Akvarium keyboardist, to a wacky film starring Sergei & BG. Thanks to Maks' dad, Dji has seen the movie and owns the soundtrack, but he's curiously silent. Perhaps a review is forthcoming? (We're hoping, but not holding our breath.)
1997
Medium
A sampling of Akvarium songs that show up in/were written for this director's films. But, since it only duplicates what's readily available elsewhere, the Bodhisattvas haven't bothered with it...and, in all liklihood, won't in the future. (The Bodhisattvas are devoted, but not foolish, and haven't yet reconciled themselves to giving up all their material wealth.)
2000
Medium
A three-CD set of music Akvarium did for films. Includes the well-known soundtracks to Assa and The Black Rose..., as well as a third disc of rarities, Made for Mosfilm. (See the respective pages for details and reveiws.) A fourth "bonus" disc is a cd-rom of videos "from the archives" of the inimitable Dzhoanna Stingray. (For this reason alone, Dzhon wonders how Dji, Stingray fetishist extraordinaire, can possibly have failed to purchase this opus to date!)
2000
Medium
The third CD in the three-CD Filmography set, this is the the completely forgotten soundtrack to a completely forgotten movie...in other words, an obscurantist's true delight. What could be more Bodhisattvical?