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Solntse (album) Solntse (Russian: "Солнце"; English: "The Sun") is Ukrainian singer Ani Lorak eleventh studio album. The album features Lorak's Eurovision Song Contest 2008 entry "Shady Lady" as well as its Russian counterpart "С неба в небо". The album comes as a CD/DVD pack with the DVD featuring 5 videos.
Solntse (album) The second single from the album "A Dal'she" (А дальше…; And more...) was released in 2009 and peaked at number 1 in Ukraine while it reached the top 10 in Russia. The music video for the song was shot in India, and features an Indian theme.
Solntse (album) Recording took place at VOX Recording Studios in Athens, Greece, in 2008-2009. Composed and produced primarily by Dimitris Kontopoulos, the album's sound differs from past albums featuring a more European sounding of songs and an album built on fresh material.
Solntse (album) The debut single from the album, titled "Solntse" was released in December 2008. It peaked at number 1 in both Ukraine and Russia respectively. The album also includes an English version of the song titled "I'm Alive".
Solntse (album) On November 28, 2009, the title track "Solntse" won the "Best Song of the Year 2009" award at the "Zolotoi Grammofon" awards held Moscow, Russia.
Zvezda po imeni Solntse Zvezda po imeni Solntse (, meaning ""The star called Sun"") is an album of the Soviet rock band Kino, released in 1989. It is notable for its mostly personal struggle-oriented lyrics and thoughtful, sad, lonely or sometimes sinister atmosphere. The cover art depicts a solar eclipse.
Zvezda po imeni Solntse The album cover did not exist until the album was re-released in 1993.
Kino (band) In 1989, they released "Zvezda po imeni Solntse "(English: A Star Called Sun), which was lonely, introspective, and sad, despite the fame the band was enjoying. Kino appeared on the popular Soviet television program "Vzglyad "and attempted to record several video clips. While Tsoi was unsatisfied with them and insisted that they be removed, they were nonetheless shown frequently on television.
Solntsevo District It originated in 1938 as a dacha settlement and was named after the Russian word for Sun (", "solntse"). It used to be a separate town from 1971. Since May 1984 it has been included into Moscow. Former prime minister Mikhail Kasyanov and 2008 presidential election candidate Andrey Bogdanov are natives of Solntsevo.
Sun The Sun is viewed as a goddess in Germanic paganism, Sól/Sunna. Scholars theorize that the Sun, as a Germanic goddess, may represent an extension of an earlier Proto-Indo-European Sun deity because of Indo-European linguistic connections between Old Norse "Sól", Sanskrit "Surya", Gaulish "Sulis", Lithuanian "Saulė", and Slavic "Solntse".