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In winter Letov returned home and recorded three more albums also released under the name of Grazhdanskaya Oborona in his home "studio", known as "GrOb Records". In the same year the reunited band started touring across the USSR. Letov's lyrics became darker and more elaborate, inspired by Existentialist philosophy and literature the Soviet proto-Existentialist writer Andrei Platonov in particular.
Some songs e. In , Grazhdanskaya Oborona broke up after playing their final concert in Tallinn: Letov stated he was afraid they would turn into a "commercial pseudo-counterculture project" and decided to put the band on hiatus.
In , Grazhdanskaya Oborona reformed and began playing live again, but no new material was released until In , their entire discography was remastered and given an official cassette issue for the first time on the fledgling XOP label, which was a sublabel of Moroz Records used to release Letov-related material.
Both albums were released in As the most prominent figure in Siberian rock, Letov was often a source of contradiction. In the early s, he joined the nationalistic, leftist National Bolshevik Party , despite his formerly strong opposition to despotism and nationalism. He ceased contact with the party around and distanced himself from politics.
But now I'm more into ecological aspects of contemporary anarchism, eco-anarchism , that's what I've been moving toward recently". In , after their first US tour, Kuzya left the band due to personal circumstances. On 28 December of the same year, the group's guitarist Evgeny "Makhno" Pyanov died after falling from the window of his apartment after a long night of drinking.
He was 29 years old. Letov recruited a new guitarist Alexander Chesnakov and invited his wife Natalia Chumakova, whom he had met the year before, to play the bass. In the s, many Russian groups recorded and performed tributes to GrOb, and in , the group toured the United States.
On 8 February , at a GrOb concert at the Ural Palace of Culture in Ekaterinburg , a year-old skinhead bashed a year-old non-Slavic fan to death. Letov and GrOb regarding the events at Ekaterinburg", stating the band were "patriots, but not Nazis", disavowing any neo-Nazis who claimed to be fans of the group, linking neo-Nazism to the communism the band had grown up with and telling "totalitarians on the left and right and of all colours and stripes" to "fuck off", saying "We kindly request you no longer associate your stink with our activities".
Letov's last album, Zachem Snyatsya Sny? In an interview in January , Letov said that this album might be his last. This album was recorded as usual in the "GrOb studio", but is not typical of the band's earlier output.
It is much brighter — Letov described it as "shining". Letov died on 19 February in his sleep at his home in Omsk from heart and respiratory failure. He was 43 years old. In , the group reformed and announced a tour to celebrate its 35th anniversary, with Letov replaced by various collaborators, such as Igor Zhevtun who substituted for Letov on some songs on Instruktsiya po vyzhivaniyu due to Letov having lost his voice , Oleg Sudakov who managed Kommunizm and Ryabinov.
The final concert of the tour took place on 23 February at the Glastonberry club in Moscow. This also proved to be Ryabinov's final public appearance - he died of a stroke several weeks later on 16 March, aged In the s, GrOb's music became brighter and more "anthemic", incorporating shoegaze and psychedelic rock elements, and some late GrOb albums even can be classified as art rock for example, Zvezdopad. Letov was a big fan of 60's garage and psychedelic rock and named Arthur Lee 's Love as his favourite band, along with The Seeds , The Monks and others.Вступление: Красный сигнал, Условный рефлекс Тоталитаризм Тоталитаризм Собаки Павлова исходят слюной Красное время, Тотальный синдром Тоталитаризм Тоталитаризм Мы все выделяем желудочный сок.