A Record took a few people to get it made. Ilya Rybakov wrote and sung all of the words, except for some additional vocals (#03, #05) done by Max Rassokhin, who is also solely responsible for all the electric and acoustic guitars you can hear on the album. The bass lines, riffs and grooves were invented and played by Mike Dolgov. The other half of the rhythm section is represented by Eugene Kulikov, who struck every kind of drums and played other less conventional percussion instruments, too.
# 11 "Enough" takes excerpt from "The Rules of Attraction" (c) by Bret Easton Ellis.
The music of A Record was composed, arranged and elaborated by the inVerse band members listed above. The album was recorded at the RP-Studio in St. Petersburg by the two guys named Kiryll Pogonichev and Dmitry Rozé. The latter was also involved as the sound engineer and it was him who did the post-production job like mixing and mastering.
Album artwork and design crafted by Natalia Ponomareva.