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Double 1 – Double 1 [1986]

ef21010f6c6eb2dbef1333b9468bb6c0Country Russia          Style Hard Rock/Metal

Rating 76/100

Band Members
Elena Sokolova – Vocals, Sergei Sokolov – Keyboards, Igor Kojin – Guitar, Vadim “Sachs” Mikhailov – Bass, Paul Chinjakov – Drums

01. Days that await us (5:04), 02. Saturday (3:09), 03. Raven Viking (6:39), 04. Scary age (4.30), 05. Sleep my child (4:05)

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Profile Double 1 hailed from Moscow formed in 1985 by vocalist Elena Sokolova and composer Sergei Sokolov. The band took part at the festival “Rock-Panorama” in 1986 using a drum machine indeed. After many line-up changes the band consisted by Elena Sokolova on vocals, Sergei Sokolov on keys, guitarist Igor Kojin  (later Cardinal, a group of Igor Kupriyanov, Blues League, Master, Black Obelisk, Rondo), drummer Paul Chinjakov (ex-Alliance, later-Hellraiser) and bassist Vadim “Sachs” Mikhailov (ex-Corrosion of metals).

In this form, Double-1 became a full-fledged touring band and even produced in 1986 their first and last trial, which included five songs, including the ballad “Sleep, my child,” written by the temporary guitarist Alexander Vasilenko, while the song “Raven Viking” – was more common due to the appearance on the team record “45 minutes in Sunday’s studio.”

The group was active, but the next persecution of heavy metal and fall fashion for the music prevented the progress of Double 1. Paul Chinjakov jumped into a new project Round, and was replaced by the drummer Vladimir Volodin (ex-Metallobol, Metallakkord). But in 1987, the couple divorced and Sokolov left the group. Later, they again began to work together on a project Marques.


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