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Laika y el Eclipse de Margarina

Para Laika. En la tierra hay una perra menos y en el cielo una estrella más.

StereolabCosmic Country Noir
Margerine Eclipse (2004)
SolventA panel of experts
Solvent city (Morr / 2001)
Mouse on MarsSaturday Night Worldcup Fieber
Iaora Tahiti (Too pure / 1995)
Schlammpeitzigerdiscoboingbeach
Spacerokkmountainrutschquartier (A-musik / 1997)
Eine Kleine Nacht MusikFinster
Eine Kleine Nacht Musik (Modular / 2008)

Здесь я имею Потерянные в пространстве. Живые и захоронены остатки Из собак гонки.

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Category: Electronica, Pop, Rock

15 Responses

  1. jungle says:

    I’m sure this post is an assist for the mention of this video:

    Trentemoeller – Moan
    http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=2023612635

    I’m going to listen to the tracks… many thanks in advance :)

  2. Peter says:

    I think the russian text is not exactly correct. I can make a proper translation from english if you wish.

  3. squashed says:

    I hope the russian text didn’t say anything bad about somebody’s mother. lol

  4. Peter says:

    Nope.

  5. Moka says:

    jungle: That video is genius, I was actually thinking of including the song on the playlist but I thought it didn’t fit well with the other songs. All tracks are a bit playful, sort of like I would imagine space age memorabilia, hope you liked them. By the way, check this out: http://www.flight404.com/_videos/magnetosphere/

    Peter: Yes, I’m pretty positive it’s wrong :P I just used babelfish and some basic grammar correction but of course I don’t understand russian. It comes from an anonymous poem I found in a tribute to laika. the full poem should go like this:

    ‘Here I am Lost in space
    Dead and buried remnant Of the canine race
    Tried to make a go of it but couldn’t keep the pace
    Got the queen of spades but Kruschev got the ace.’

    Godoggo: That’s wicked, I understand that’s a new monument in Moscow? I’ve only knew about the old one: http://telstarlogistics.typepad.com/photos/uncategorized/2008/04/11/laika2.jpg

    Hello there sq! =D

  6. ben Epifanio says:

    How could you leave out Arcade Fire’s Laika?

  7. Moka says:

    Ben: Sorry. I wasn’t considering the tribute to be about words but about music. I didn’t include Arcade Fire’s because it didn’t fit with the whole mood in the playlist and also the lyrics are only a subtle reference about Laika.

    My favorite Laika-themed song is this one by Mecano, it was a succesful pop hit from the 80′s in spanish-speaking countries:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HazBalqkJrU

    The uploader translated the song to both french and english on the info tab if you’re curious about what she’s singing.

  8. angeles says:

    Me encantó el track de Eine Kleine Nacht Musik, muy dinámico y festivo, ¿se habrán inspirado en la serenata de Mozart?

    saludos

  9. squashed says:

    angeles, you changed your email again. heh….

  10. fk says:

    aw
    i had a cat named Laika when i was a kid, i still think it’s a fantastic name. just a random thought.

  11. mads says:

    Go Laika!

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The song makes its imprint
in the air, making itself felt,
a felt world. Here, there,
the stunned silence

of knowing I will not remember
what I heard;

futures that will never happen,
a fluidity we cannot achieve
except as a child
creating possibility.

This is the untranslatable song
hidden in the earth.

-Untranslatable Song [1]