Same shit for you, fellow-drunk, excel.%-]
Nice to see you alive!
You guys just fail to understand what a bear you've managed to wake up.
I wonder why didn't any heavy band use Borodin's riff. Syncoped a little - and voila, you have a perfect hard-rock "tune", ta..tatatatatata-ta. ta ta. tata. taaaaa!
Well. There is a 1956 movie - Ilya from Murom, or maybe 1954?, 150 000 men in a last battle scene, originally filmed in 3D stereo. I wanted to find some extract to illustrate Borodin's Bogatyr Symphony. But this movie from post-Stalin's times is worth every frame. It has Eng subtitles for you all disfunctionally illiterates who don't understand human language.