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Neschastny Sluchai (can be translated as "Accident" or "Misfortune") is a rather famous Russian band created on 13 September 1983 by students of Moscow State University Alexei Kortnev and Valdis Pelsh. For the first years they acted generally as a part of the MSU culture club with show-programmes and as party-players. Nowadays the band is still popular and adored all over Russia and in every place where Russians live. They keep going as a show-group together with "Kvartet-I" and performing their own plays and concerts.
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