Label: Moroz Records - MR 96003 MC,КаприZ - MR 96003 MC • Format: Cassette Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Ukraine • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave
Account Options Sign in. Top charts. New releases. Kino Kino was a Soviet rock band formed in Leningrad in The band was co-founded and Сюжет Для Новой Песни - Кино - Начальник Камчатки by Viktor Tsoi, who wrote the music and lyrics for almost all of the band's songs. Over the course of eight years, Kino had released over 90 songs spanning over seven studio albums, as well as Reunited - Various - Relaxin With Lovers Volume 9 a few compilations and live albums.
The band's music was also widely circulated in the form of bootleg recordings. Viktor Tsoi died in a car accident in Shortly after his passing, the band broke up after releasing their final album, consisting of songs that Tsoi and the group were working on in the months before his death.
Top Songs Album. See more. Kino, known by fans as The Black Album is the eighth and final studio album of the Soviet rock group Kino. It was released in December by Metadigital on vinyl. The remaining members of Kino completed the album as a tribute to Tsoi. The album's producer Yuri Aizenshpis said that the demo tape was in Tsoi's death car and survived. But the band's guitarist Yuri Kasparyan Сюжет Для Новой Песни - Кино - Начальник Камчатки this and stated that it was in his own car.
It was originally released on vinyl by the studio Metadigital in December On this original vinyl issue, no track names were given, just the text Producer: Yu. Aizenshpis and a photo of the band. A lyric sheet Gangs In The Street - Loverboy - Get Lucky included, but the songs were just titled 1 through 8.
The track names were revealed on the CD reissue on Moroz. Zvezda po imeni Solntse is an album of the Soviet rock band Kino, released in It is notable for its mostly personal struggle-oriented lyrics and thoughtful, sad, lonely or sometimes sinister atmosphere. The cover art depicts Drunk Pt.
1 - Vomitüs - Sütimov (demo) solar eclipse. Noch is a album by Soviet band Kino. The title means "Night". The original release was via samizdat. Inthe album was issued on vinyl by Melodiya. Eto ne lyubov It was released in It was reissued in in South Korea as Eto ne iyu"v' The cover for this edition had many misspellings.
Nachalnik Kamchatki is the second album of the Soviet rock band Kino. The name of the album refers to the Soviet film Nachalnik Chukotki.
Kamchatka and Chukchi Peninsula are neighboring peninsulae and federal districts in the Russian Far East. Similar artists. Viktor Tsoi. Nautilus Pompilius. Songs from similar artists. Vladivostok Vladivostok Mumiy Troll.