Ponemnogu obo Vsyom album

Ponemnogu obo Vsyom (Russian: Понемногу обо Всём) translates from Russian as "A bit about everything".

It is a typical bard song collection of tracks, which recaps all Radiolaria's works created since 1993 that can be described as "agressive and funny folk style". When listening to them, it should become apparent that Radiolaria is also about humour as well as other earthly feelings.

This is a "fusion-free" album, even though not entirely so.

The presented songs have been composed in different moments in time and touch on a broad variety of subjects, which is reflected in the album's name. It might perhaps have gotten the name "A bit about nothing" instead. However, some songs raise important psychological and social questions, such as Боясь или любя (To Fear or To Love) and Посвящение В. С. Высоцкому (Dedication to Vladimir Vysotski).


1To Fear or To Love3:16Tekst Download
2Pen Fell on the Sheet2:00Tekst Download
3Reflection Over My Life3:15Tekst Download
4Restless Night (Reflection Over My Life Contd.)2:28Tekst Download
5Saturday Morning Song of a 6th Grade Metalworker2:03Tekst Download
6Snow Fell2:48Tekst Download
7I'll Become a Human2:37Tekst Download
8Don't Fly Too High2:03Tekst Download
9Kitchen Debate2:35Tekst Download
10Front Rows4:37Tekst Download
11Give Me a Guitar1:44Tekst Download
12Weight Lifting1:50Tekst Download
13Circus4:59Tekst Download
14In the Field1:40Tekst Download
15A Man and a Cat1:43Tekst Download
16Aria of Werewolf1:59Tekst Download
17Restaurant Bard3:59Tekst Download
18Dedication To a Friend2:25Tekst Download
19Dedication To Vladimir Vysotsky2:59Tekst Download
20Friend Is Coming2:51Tekst Download
21Don't Shoot Swans2:55Tekst Download
22Moonstone0:30Tekst Download
23Before It's Too Late3:26Tekst Download

Release Data

Igor Abakumov, except 22: lyrics by I. Tarabaeva
Igor Abakumov
Igor Abakumov, Tatyana Kann
Igor Abakumov, Dmitry Kann
Tatyana Kann, Dmitry Kann
Dmitry Kann
Dmitry Kann
Sound mixing
Dmitry Kann

Recorded and mixed in January 2002 at DaleTech Records (Tyumen, Russia). It has never been officially released by any label.