Gorky Park - Bang - 1989

click here to see this album
Artist: Gorky Park
Song: Bang
Year: 1989
download now

Top songs for the Class of 1989
Make a mix tape or request these at the next class reunion. These rankings will change by the day, hour and even minute. They are based on visitor popularity.
  Artist Song  
1. Gorky Park Bang more
2. Sheriff When I'm With You more
3. Belle Stars Iko Iko more
4. Bonham Wait For You more
5. Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians What I Am more
6. Modern English I Melt With You more
7. Grayson Hugh Talk It Over more
8. Waterfront Cry more
9. Sybil Don't Make Me Over more
10. Synch Where Are You Now? more
Gorky Park Biography
In 1987, guitarist Alexie Belov, vocalist Nikolai Noskov, bassist Sasha
Minkov, guitarist Jan Ianenkov and drummer Sasha Lvov formed Gorky park.
Much of Gorky Park's subsequent success originated in the events
surrounding the Cold War. It was during this time that the band began
playing in various Moscow-based rock bands.

Many of the restrictions placed on music were lifted when Mikhail Gorbachev
came to power. Glasnost and Perestroika enabled Moscow's music scene to
flourish. These institutions, likewise, allowed for more freedom of
movement about the world. And so, Gorky Park went abroad in search of a
record deal.

In 1989, Gorky Park released a self-titled debut album. The band's first
video enjoyed heavy exposure on MTV. The band's next two singles "Try to
Find Me" and "Peace in Our Time," a collaboration with Jon Bon Jovi, found
heavy exposure on the radio.

The group's popularity, nonetheless, faded with the conclusion of the Cold
War and with fickle musical tastes.

The Gorky Park Experience
Includes biography, discography, sound files, news, lyrics, and fan clubs.
Gorky Park
The well-known Russian rock band. News, history, profiles, interviews, lyrics, tabs, discography, image gallery and sound/video clips.
Gorky Park
Buy This Album

*Song previews and some artwork provided courtesy of iTunes