«220» is the second single from the upcoming Russian album. Their third Russian album Upravleniye Otbrosami is due out in June 2008 and their English album Waste Management is due out later on in the year. Wonder what does 220 mean? In the song there’s a line that says “220 to yourself.” 220 is the standard electricity pressure in Russia, so it means she’s charging (or tell you to charge).
Below is their first single, “Beliy Plashchik” (White Robe) also from the upcoming album.
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Yep, you heard me. 1301 glowing florescent bulbs are planted in a field in England. There are no plugs though, because they’re powered by the magnetic field produced by the power lines above. As scientific as it sounds, it is actually an art project initiated by Richard Box.
More pictures can be found here.
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