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Year of release

Title

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1972

The Flowers single
Flowers Have Eyes, Asterisk and others.

The flexible paperbacked single released by the Melodia record company got a huge popularity, and was re-released on vinyl.

1973

The Flowers single
To tell the truth, Lullaby and others.

The second single of The Flowers.

1976

The single of The Stas Namin Group
Old Grand Piano and others.

The first single of The Stas Namin Group (after the name The Flowers has been forbidden).

1977

The single of The Stas Namin Group
Too Early to Say Goodbye and others.

The second single of The Stas Namin Group

1979

The single of The Stas Namin Group.
Summer Night and others.

The third single of The Stas Namin Group.

1980

The album Hymn to the Sun of The Stas Namin Group
The Bogatyrs(*) Power, After the Rain, Dedication to The Beatles, Rush hour and others.
(*) Bogatyr epic character, hero of folk Russian legends, defender of Russia from its enemies.

The first solo album of the group. Recorded in 1979-1980.

1982

The single of Stas Namin Group
Jurmala and others.

The fourth single of The Stas Namin Group. Recorded in 1981.

1982

The album Reggie-Disco-Rock of The Stas Namin Group
I shall Find, The Wall, Roundabout, But You don't Know and others.

Recorded in 1981.
The dance album, Reggie-disco-rock style.

1983

The album Surprise for Monsieur Legrand of The Stas Namin Group

Recorded in 1981, in French, sympho-jazz style.

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The double album We wish You Happiness of The Stas Namin Group

Recorded in 1985, forbidden and never released in the USSR.

1987

November Snow, The Stas Namin Group single.

Released by Hotwax Records, in English.

1997

KamaSutra album

Instrumental album. Special guests: Pavel & Sergey Titivets (Nuance band), Sergey Voronov (Crossroads), Nikolay Devlet-Kildeev & Alexander Solich (Moral Codex), Alexander Lyubarsky (B-2), and others.

1998

Old Times, traditional rocknroll album.

With special guests: Noel Redding (Jimi Hendrix Experience), and Eric Bell (Thin Lizzy).

2001

The Flowers double album, on CD & DVD (Live)

Audio and video recordings of the jubilee concert, 2001. The best for 30 years as well as unknown songs forbidden in the USSR.

2008

The Flowers album Rural Songs

Recorded in Los Angeles in 2003; ethno-rock. Special guest Sergey Starostin.

2008

The album Unknown songs + (Live)

Recorded in 2006 at The Legends of Russian Rock festival in SNC theatre. Forbidden and unreleased Namins songs are featured.

2008

The Flowers single
Summer Night, Too Early to Say Goodbye, The Bogatyrs Power, We Wish You Happiness.

Remakes recorded in 2006 2007.