Nachalnik Kamchatki

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Nachalnik Kamchatki
Master of Kamchatka.jpg
Studio album by Kino
Released 1984
Genre New wave, post-punk, gothic rock
Length 38:09
Label Moroz Records
Producer Andrei Tropillo
Kino chronology
45
(1982)
Nachalnik Kamchatki
(1984)
Eto ne lyubov...
(1985)

Nachalnik Kamchatki (Russian: Начальник Камчатки, "boiler plant operator") is the second album of the Soviet rock band Kino. The name of the album refers to Victor Tsoi's job as a boiler plant operator (In Russian, "Nachalnik" means 'master' or 'commander' and Kamchatka is a slang for 'boiler plant') and to the 1967 Soviet comedy Nachalnik Chukotki (Russian: Начальник Чукотки).

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Последний герой" (The Last Hero)
  2. "Каждую ночь" (Every Night)
  3. "Транквилизатор" (Tranquilizer)
  4. "Сюжет для новой песни" (The Theme for a New Song)
  5. "Гость" (Guest)
  6. "Камчатка" (Kamchatka/The Boiler)
  7. "Ария мистера Х" (The Aria of Mr. X) from Emmerich Kalman's operetta The Circus Princess
  8. "Троллейбус" (Trolleybus)
  9. "Растопите снег" (Melt Down the Snow)
  10. "Дождь для нас" (A Rain for Us)
  11. "Хочу быть с тобой" (I Want to Be with You)
  12. "Генерал" (The General)
  13. "Прогулка романтика" (Walk of a Romantic)

Personnel[edit]

Additional personnel
  • Sergey Kuryokhin - Keyboards
  • Petr Troshchenkov - Percussion
  • Vsevolod Gakkel' - Cello, Drums
  • Georgii Gur'yanov - Percussion
  • Igor Butman - Saxophone