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Debut self-named CD: "Cheese People" 2008



Cheese People are the heroes of the loudest hype in Russia nowadays – suddenly this quartet of bashful unremarkable students from the banks of Volga river became the most fashionable disco-punk band in the country. Cheese People already had participated in a few important international festivals and shared the stage with Datarock, Solex and Junior Boys, and played a lot of crazy club shows. In 12th of September 2008 they release a debut eponymous CD. It's hard to believe that all of this 11 frisky tracks were recorded in the bedroom of Anton Zalygin – and it's seems incredible, that he had not been inspired by modern british glam nu-ravers. This no-budget self-produced record sounds more poverfull and groovy than all russian major hits – due to the felicitous combination of catchy melodies, senseless lyrics, a thorough work with samples and unusual meow-style vocal by Olya Chubarova, this band can become a first international indiependent hitbraker from Russia since TaTu. They are really too good to be true, and too ambitious to fail. Fortunately, they are not wasting the time and already seek for international partnership – by the way, the brilliant cover artwork of the CD was made by Australian comics artist Marc Lynch. Probably, the only thing can prevent their success is russian mafia (Cheese People already had some problems) and disgusting character of good-looking frontwoman –when this cheese people babe is in bad mood, she can just tear off one's head.