Plazma

PLAZMA is a musical group from Russia. (Volgograd). The main styles are synth-pop and pop-rock. Her main line-up includes Roman Chernytsyn (vocals, author of music and lyrics) and Maxim Postelny (keys, backing vocals, the author of arrangement music), concert staff - Alexander Luchkov (violin, guitar), Nikolai Trofimov (guitar).

The group gained fame after the release of the first single Take My Love, which became an active participant in many radial charts. The first two albums - "Take My Love" and "607" - were sold in more than 1 million copies.

In 1990, Roman Chernitsyn, Maxim Postelny and Nikolay Romanov created the Slow Motion group. Even then, the members of the collective decided that all songs from the repertoire will be performed only in English. According to the musicians themselves, this is because they are fans of Western progressive music, the main part of which is performed in English and the desire to show that in Russia, too, can make high-quality music.

In the same year in the studio of Volgograd College of Culture, the group recorded the bulk of all the musical material for their first album, Falling In Love (Falling In Love) was released in 1991.

After that, Slow Motion had his own producer. They became Anatoly Abolikhin, who worked with Dmitry Malikov. In 1993, the band re-recorded several old ones and recorded several new songs in Volgograd studios. In Moscow, an updated version of Take My Love was recorded

In early February 1999, the duo moved to Moscow and signed a contract with Dmitry Malikov, who was their producer for the next five years. In the same year the name of the band was changed to Plazma.

Plazma started its all-Russian career with the single "Take My Love", written by Roman and Maxim for a very long time and was transcribed into a new, modern way. In 2000, this track broke the radio chats of the country.

On December 14, 2000, the band Plazma releases its debut album under the familiar name "Take My Love". Immediately after the release of the disk became the leader in sales in Russia. The popularity of the group grew with great speed not only in the home country, but also beyond its borders. Plazma traveled with tours in almost all countries of the near abroad. In the same year, two clips were shot - "Take My Love" and "The Sweetest Surrender"

In early 2003, Roman and Maxim invite guitarist Nikolai Trofimov to join the team, which the guys are familiar with on joint Volgograd projects (such as Slow Motion and Casus Belli). The geography of the tour was further expanded - the group visited Vietnam, as well as in many European countries: Finland, France, the Baltics.

In 2007, the band recorded their only composition in Russian - "Paper Sky" in conjunction with Alena Vodonaeva. Contrary to popular belief, Alyona was not a member of the group.

Group Plazma received the Popov Prize for the greatest number of radio air.

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PLAZMA is a musical group from Russia. (Volgograd). The main styles are synth-pop and pop-rock. Her main line-up includes Roman Chernytsyn (vocals, author of music and lyrics) and Maxim Postelny (keys, backing vocals, the author of arrangement music), concert staff - Alexander Luchkov (violin, guitar), Nikolai Trofimov (guitar).

The group gained fame after the release of the first single Take My Love, which became an active participant in many radial charts. The first two albums - "Take My Love" and "607" - were sold in more than 1 million copies.

In 1990, Roman Chernitsyn, Maxim Postelny and Nikolay Romanov created the Slow Motion group. Even then, the members of the collective decided that all songs from the repertoire will be performed only in English. According to the musicians themselves, this is because they are fans of Western progressive music, the main part of which is performed in English and the desire to show that in Russia, too, can make high-quality music.

In the same year in the studio of Volgograd College of Culture, the group recorded the bulk of all the musical material for their first album, Falling In Love (Falling In Love) was released in 1991.

After that, Slow Motion had his own producer. They became Anatoly Abolikhin, who worked with Dmitry Malikov. In 1993, the band re-recorded several old ones and recorded several new songs in Volgograd studios. In Moscow, an updated version of Take My Love was recorded

In early February 1999, the duo moved to Moscow and signed a contract with Dmitry Malikov, who was their producer for the next five years. In the same year the name of the band was changed to Plazma.

Plazma started its all-Russian career with the single "Take My Love", written by Roman and Maxim for a very long time and was transcribed into a new, modern way. In 2000, this track broke the radio chats of the country.

 

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