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 Vyacheslav Butusov


Born:   15 October 1961

Russian rock musician, leader of the bands Nautilus Pompilius and U-Piter

      

Vyacheslav Gennadievich Butusov (born on 15 October 1961) is a Russian rock musician, leader of the bands Nautilus Pompilius and U-Piter. Vyacheslav Butusov was born on 15 October 1961 in Bugach Settlement of the Krasnoyarsk Region). When a first-year student of Sverdlovsk Architectural Institute he got acquainted with musician Dmitry Umetsky. Both were very keen on music and often gathered to play together. This resulted in recording of Nautilus Pompilius’s first and not quite successful album “Pereyezd” (Removal) (1982-1983). In the same year Butusov met the poet Ilya Kormiltsev. Together with him Vyacheslav Butusov recorded his first mature album “Nevidimka” (An Invisible) in 1985. Next year their tandem released the record “Razluka” (Separation), which evoked terrific popularity of Nautilus Pompilius. The band’s last album “Yablokitai” recorded by Butusov and Kormiltsev in 1996 in England with participation of Boris Grebenshikov and English musician Bill Nelson who became its producer. In 2007 Vyacheslav Butusov started his solo career and in 2001 he founded U-Piter band.

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