In 2005, the disc "213 Roads" was released: although "City 312" prefers not to include it in the official discography, the album track list included most of the songs that later became the band's calling cards. Nevertheless, the team begins the countdown of its success since the signing of a contract with Real Records on December 3, 2005 (the numbers 3.12 are also encrypted on this date). The following year, the album "Out of the Access Zone" was released - all compositions known to attentive fans were re-recorded. The ballad "Stay" was featured on the soundtrack of the film "Day Watch", and "Out of Range" - on the tape "Peter FM". Both compositions became radio hits, and the Gorod 312 group became one of the stars of the First Channel.
Now the group tours a lot, participates in group concerts, but does not very often spoil listeners with new hits and albums. However, judging by the fact that the band's musicians are regularly shown among the laughing spectators of the humorous shows of Channel One, “City 312” is doing well.
Golden Gramophone Award
2006 - for the song "Out of the Access Zone"
2007 - for the song "The Girl Who Wanted Happiness".
2006 - Best Debut
Movie Awards MTV-Russia
2007 - Best Soundtrack
2006 - Breakthrough of the Year
2007 - Album of the group "Out of the Access Zone"
2008 - Album of the group "Obernis"