Monday, November 1, 2021

Kino - 45 (1982)

Kino - 45 (1982)

Tracklist front / back album covers

1. "Vryemya yest', a dyenyeg nyet" (Russian: «Время есть, а денег нет»)   "Got Time, But No Money"   4:07

2. "Prosto hochyesh' ti znat'" (Russian: «Просто хочешь ты знать»)   "You Just Wanted To Know"   3:28

3. "Alyoominiyeviye ogoortsi" (Russian: «Алюминиевые огурцы»)   "Aluminium Cucumbers"   2:56

4. "Solnyechniye dni" (Russian: «Солнечные дни»)   "Sunny Days"   3:12

5. "Byezdyel'nik" (Russian: «Бездельник»)   "The Slacker"   3:13

6. "Byezdyel'nik 2" (Russian: «Бездельник 2»)   "The Slacker 2"   3:06

7. "Elyektrichka" (Russian: «Электричка»)   "The Train"   2:36

8. "Vos'miklassnitsa" (Russian: «Восьмиклассница»)   "Eighth-Grade Girl"   2:45

9. "Moi drooz'ya" (Russian: «Мои друзья»)   "My Friends"   4:26

10. "Sitar igral" (Russian: «Ситар играл»)   "The Sitar Played"   1:34

11. "Dyeryevo" (Russian: «Дерево»)   "Tree"   1:43

12. "Kogda-to ti bil bitnikom" (Russian: «Когда-то ты был битником»)   "You Used to be a Beatnik"   3:41

13. "Na koohnye" (Russian: «На кухне»)   "In the Kitchen"   3:03

14. "Ya - asfal't" (Russian: «Я — асфальт»)   "I am Asphalt"   3:10


 
Kino Band Members / Musicians

Viktor Tsoi – vocals, guitar, bass guitar

Aleksei Rybin – guitar

Boris Grebenshchikov – guitar, glockenspiel , backing vocals

Mikhail Vasil'ev – drum machine , backing vocals

Vsevolod Gakkel' – cello

Andrei Romanov  – flute

Andrei Tropillo – flute, backing vocals




45 is the debut album of the Soviet rock band Kino. It was recorded in 1982 in the AnTrop studio belonging to Andrei Tropillo and distributed as magnitizdat. At the time, Kino consisted of Viktor Tsoi and Aleksei Rybin. Boris Grebenshchikov provided additional instrumentation and musical production. Other members of Akvarium also helped with recording.

Kino (Russian: Кино, lit. 'cinema, film', IPA: [kʲɪˈno]) was a Soviet rock band formed in Leningrad in 1982, considered to be one of, if not the greatest rock band in the history of Russian music. The band was co-founded and headed 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 releasing a few compilations and live albums. The band's music was also widely circulated in the form of bootleg recordings through the underground magnitizdat distribution scene. Viktor Tsoi died in a car accident in 1990. 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.

In 2019, the band announced a reunion with concerts planned in the fall of 2020 for the first time in 30 years, however they were later postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Kino Band Members / Musicians

Viktor Tsoi (Виктор Цой) – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar (1981–1990; died 1990)

Aleksei Rybin (Алексей Рыбин) – lead guitar (1981–1983)

Oleg Valinsky (Олег Валинский) – drums (1981–1982)

Yuri Kasparyan (Юрий Каспарян) – lead guitar, backing vocals (1983–1990)

Aleksandr Titov (Александр Титов) – bass, backing vocals (1983–1986)

Georgy Guryanov (Георгий Гурьянов) – drums, percussion, backing vocals (1986–1990; died 2013)

Igor Tikhomirov (Игорь Тихомиров) – bass (1986–1990)



Kino Discography Full

Studio albums
45 (1982)
46 (1983)
Nachalnik Kamchatki (1984)
Eto ne lyubov... (1985)
Noch (1986)
Gruppa krovi (1988)
Zvezda po imeni Solntse (1989)
Untitled album (Chyorny albom) (1990)

Compilation album
Posledniy geroy (1989)

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