|2||Shut The Door Behind Me|
|7||Hey You, You Better Keep Walking!|
|8||In Our Eyes|
|9||It's Our Time, Our Turn!|
|11||Try To Sing Along|
|12||We Are All Sick, Mama|
|13||The Star Which We Call Sun|
|15||Room For Two|
Kino was an iconic Soviet post-punk band headed by Viktor Tsoi. It was one of the most famous rock groups in the Soviet Union.
Kino was formed in 1981 by the members of two earlier groups from Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg), Palata No. 6 and Piligrim. They initially called themselves Garin i Giperboloidy after Tolstoi's novel The Hyperboloid of Engineer Garin. The group consisted of Viktor Tsoi, guitarist Aleksei Rybin, and drummer Oleg Valinskiy. They began rehearsing, but Valinskiy was drafted and had to leave the band.