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May 29, 1987| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Boris Grebenshikov, leader of the underground Soviet rock group Aquarium, will record an album at New York's famed Power Station studios this fall, studio officials announced Thursday. Until recent relaxation of official Soviet attitudes toward rock, Grebenshikov and Aquarium's socially critical rock has been kept off Melodiya, the only available state record label. When Aquarium's Melodiya LP was finally released in February, it sold 500,000 copies overnight.

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