Try to Find Me

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"Try To Find Me"
Single by Gorky Park
from the album Gorky Park
Released1990
Genre
Length5:11
Label Mercury (Cat. no.: 876 488)
Gorky Park singles chronology
"Bang"
(1989)
"Try To Find Me"
(1990)
"Moscow Calling"
(1992)

"Try To Find Me" is a song by the Soviet rock band Gorky Park, released in 1990 as a single from the band's self-titled debut album. The song reached number 81 in the Billboard Hot 100, spending two weeks in the chart. [1] [2] This made the band the first Russian act ever to enter the Hot 100. [3]

Contents

Track listings

Cassette single (PolyGram Records, Inc.; Cat. no.: 876 488-4; EAN: 042287648841) [4]
No.TitleLength
1."Try To Find Me" 
2."Bang" 

Charts

Chart (1990)Position
US Hot 100 ( Billboard ) [1] 81

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