Account Options Sign in. Top charts. New releases. Add to Wishlist. Listen to this album and millions more. First month free. Reviews Review Policy. Flag as inappropriate. See more. Smytnoe Vremya. Lubov Negodyaya. Aria Albums. Through All Times. Noch koroche dnya, is the sixth studio album by Russian Heavy metal band Aria.
It is the first album Улица Роз - Дубинин* • Холстинин* - Авария feature guitarist Sergey Terentyev, who replaced Sergey Mavrin.
During the recording of Noch koroche dnya, the band was about to split up, as vocalist Valery Alarm Wir Sind Die Neuen - WOA*, Oidoxie, Das Letzte Aufgebot - Drei Für Deutschland - Teil 2 was going to leave the band alongside Mavrin to start a new project.
Alexey Bulgakov was hired as a replacement vocalist and recorded several songs with Aria. Ultimately, Moroz Records persuaded Kipelov to return to band and record his part. Versions of songs with Bulgakov on vocals were never officially released. Songs for Kipelov and Marvin planned project were released in as album Smutnoye Vremia. It was released in Krov za krov was the band's first album to be released by a private record label rather than state company Melodia.
It is the first to feature new drummer Alexander Maniakin, and the first after the band split with their longtime manager Viktor Vekshtein. It is the first album recorded by new lineup featuring Vitaly Dubinin and Sergey Mavrin.
It was also their first album officially released by Soviet music publishing monopoly Melodiya — the previous two albums were self-releases. It is the last Aria album to feature Alik Granovsky and Andrey Bolshakov, who composed most of the music on it.