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C.C.C.P.

C.C.C.P.

C.C.C.P.


There is more than one artist with this name. 1) C.C.C.P. was a German high-energy techno and rock band, led by Rasputin Stoy. They were best known for their 1986 instrumental American-Soviets, released by Clockwork Germany. This six-minute song themed on the Cold War became a major hit at dance clubs and in the US-Billboard Charts, German Top 75 and many more European charts. The following single releases (Made in Russia, Orient Express) was released by BMG Europe and BMG Pacific. Read more on Last.fm
There is more than one artist with this name. 1) C.C.C.P. was a German high-energy techno and rock band, led by Rasputin Stoy. They were best known for their 1986 instrumental American-Soviets, released by Clockwork Germany. This six-minute song themed on the Cold War became a major hit at dance clubs and in the US-Billboard Charts, German Top 75 and many more European charts.

The following single releases (Made in Russia, Orient Express) was released by BMG Europe and BMG Pacific. Both titles were no. 1 and no.2 in the official charts in the same week (Hong Kong, BeNeLux, France and Spain). Their 1990 song "Don't Kill The Rainforest" was also a minor alternative radio hit.

C.C.C.P. recorded a couple of albums. 2) Italian band (correct name is CCCP Fedeli alla linea) band formed in 1982 in Berlin, led by vocalist Giovanni Lindo Ferretti and guitarist Massimo Zamboni. The genre was self-defined by the members themselves as “Musica melodica Emiliana / punk filosovietico” (“Melodic music of Emilia-Romagna / pro-Soviet punk”) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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