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Huinya on the horizon

The long-awaited album "Huinya," a collaboration between Leningrad and cult London band The Tiger Lillies recorded in Sept. 2003 has been once again postponed until Jan. 15.

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St Petersburg Times, Russia - Dec 23, 2004


Leningrad will are to play its first local stadium show since May. The

band's concerts are usually based on its 2003 album, "Dlya Millionov"

(For Millions), and include older hits, but as a band member revealed,

a few new songs will be performed this time - something that Leningrad

has not done for months. Natalya Pavlova, a female vocalist who sang on

songs "Manager" and "Paspizdyai," is said to join the band in the

concert.

 Meanwhile, the long-awaited album "Huinya," a

collaboration between Leningrad and cult London band The Tiger Lillies

recorded in Sept. 2003 and expected to come out by the time of this

concert, has been once again postponed until Jan. 15.

 Leningrad concerts habitually draw people from all walks of life

and are frequently interrupted by fights. One fan complained that he

was struck three times during the Leningrad concert in May, and

frontman Sergei Shnurov stopped the show to calm down the crowd. The

seats that are divided from the main crowd in the arena are relatively

safe.

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