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Trololo Man Gains Popularity
15.03.2010 11:20
Trololo Man Gains Popularity

The unexpected agiotage about the outdated Soviet pop star Eduard Khil is growing day to day.
      The well-known pop singer Eduard Khil has unexpectedly become one of the most popular characters on the Internet. He is now experiencing a rebirth. His forty-year-old composition Ya ochen rad (I am very glad, at last I am coming home!) has all of a sudden turned a real hit in America.
      This song, or to be more exact, a vocalese, has no words, actually. Instead of them Hil uses only tro-lo-lo, "ah-ha-ha-ha-ha" and other phrases like that. Within a few days the music video of this song was seen by over two millions internet users. Moreover, a number of fan-clubs have appeared in social networks - the most numerous of them counts fourteen thousand admirers.
      Out of the vocalese English-speaking public singled out the sound "tro-lo-lo" and christened the actor Trololoman.


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