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Prokofiev (also spelled Prokofeev and Prokof'ev) is a Russian (Проко́фьев) and Ukrainian (Прокоф'єв) surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Alexander Prokofyev (1900–1971), Soviet poet
(1942—2007), Russian ballet dancer, teacher and choreographer
- Andrey Prokofyev (1959–1989), Soviet athlete
- Gabriel Prokofiev, England-based composer and music producer
- Georgy Prokofiev (1902–1939), Soviet balloonist
- Oleg Prokofiev (1928–1998), Russian artist, sculptor and poet, son of the composer Sergei Prokofiev
- Sergei Prokofiev, Russian composer
- Sergei Prokofieff (born 1954), Russian anthroposophist
- Sergei Prokofyev (footballer) (born 1995), Russian footballer
- Stanislav Prokofyev (born 1987), Russian footballer
"Prokofiev" was a single released by the Damned in 1991 on the Skinnies Cut label.
The song was recorded in June 1990 in Rat Scabies' home studio, consisting of a loop of The Stooges' song "Gimme Danger", over which Brian James improvised on guitar and sound effects. At a later point, vocals by Dave Vanian were added.
The single was sold on The Damned's September 1991 reunion tour of the US and came without a picture sleeve. It was later remixed for Not of This Earth in 1996.
The song was a tribute to the composer Sergei Prokofiev.
Prokofiev most commonly refers to Sergei Prokofiev (1891–1953), Russian composer.
Prokofiev, Prokofyev or Prokofieff may also refer to:
- Prokofiev (surname)
- Prokofiev (song), 1991 song by The Damned
- Prokofiev (crater), on Mercury
- Sergei O. Prokofieff (Christian esotericist, grandson of Sergei Prokofiev)
Prokofiev is a crater on the north pole of the planet Mercury. Data from the MESSENGER spacecraft indicates that it contains water ice and organic compounds.