Russian Interior Ministry Ensemble sings “Get lucky”

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Russian Interior Ministry Ensemble sings “Get lucky” a song from a long time ago, that has had a resurgence in Europe. It has reached the top ten in the music charts of over 32 countries, and has sold more than 7.3 million copies as of September 2013…

The Ensemble Choir not to be confused with the Red Army Choir, has been working on a western pop song. In the  video above, the choir is seen singing Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky,” a funky collaboration with Nile Rodgers that soared to the top of the charts…

I understand that there is a musical world push to express this song in as many formats and ways as possible. Yes the Russians believe in doing it their way and helping out the cause. You can’t let Europe have all the fun…

Try it out and watch the video. between the Red Army Choir and the Ensemble Choir, I am not sure which I like the most. They are both excellent and Russia has a right to be proud of her famous choirs…

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  1. Also, there is police/military Russian performances of Tom Jones “Sex Bomb” and “Skyfall” I think is from recent James Bond movie.
    Don’t miss the various Russian Military marching to “Sponge Bob SquarePants” themesong! DI(Drill Instructor) can’t hold composure!

  2. They are good! We have several of their videos on our video blog. At least I am hoping they are still there. YouTube takes videos down as fast as people put them up anymore. Sveta and I are trying to find a time to see them live, either the Ensemble or the Red Military choir. They are both great…

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