Bugotak plays Siberian music in a traditional folk basis, but their musical references are so diverse to be classified by genre (let’s call it Siberian Contemporary music). They even dare to cover rock classics, in their traditional Siberian instruments. The main idea of Bugotak’s art is that only those traditions come alive, which develop itselves; stark traditions are subject to nobody. Therefore, the project declares itself to play in any style, keeping native Siberian spirit. Lovers of ‘pure folk’ should stay away, to avoid stagnation of native folk’s culture.

01. Kon' Togethy (The Beatles's Come Together)
02. Altai Kys (Uriah Heep's Gypsy)
03. Kaar Mege (Nirvana's Rape Me)
04. Hododoo (Metallica's Nothing Else Matters)
05. Maadai-Kara (Mission Impossible)
06. Kozhung Of The Rising Sun (The Animals House Of The Rising Sun)
07. Ajylham Djiktite
08. The Crow And The Crucian
09. Aduushanai Duun (The Cowboy's Song)
10. Men Sanaarym (Queensryche's I Will Remember)
11. The Arctic Fox (It Happens)

Link

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6 Comments:

Paul said...

Thanks for posting this album!

I moved from the United States to South Korea in 2007 and put "Coverlar" on my iPod, only to have it die on me last winter. It's great to have it in my collection again.

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for this great album!

reynardine said...

Just when I thought I could be no longer surprised - along comes Bugotak - thanks

Anonymous said...

thanks a lot for this one, always wanted this one, i adore yat khas recovers album, really wanted to hear this too :)

LinkLib said...

Thanks!
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Dariusz said...

Hi
I read the description, and sounds very well, but link is not working. Could You up it once again ?
Thanx in advance
Dariusz

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