1996 – 2006 (10 years)
Moskva, Russian Federation
Ruki Vverh (Russian: Руки Bверх meaning "Hands Up" or ''Hände Hoch'') was one of the most successful Russian pop groups of the 90's. They produced mostly dance music that combined simple melodies with progressive sounds of the time. One of their biggest hits was "Kroshka Moya".
The group was officially disbanded in August 2006, but in 2012 they returned with new songs and new album.
1997 Dyshite ravnomerno
1997 Dyshite ravnomerno (+4 new songs)
1998 Ruki vverh, doktor shlyager! — album cover-version and remix of song by Vyacheslav Dobrynin
1998 Sdelay pogromche!
1998 Sdelay yeshyo gromche
1999 Bez tormozov
1999 Sovsem bez tormozov
1999 Crazy» - unofficial album (the songs are in English)
2000 Zdravstvuy, eto ya!
2001 Ne boysya, ya s toboy!
2001 Malenkie devochki
2001 Ogon' - unofficial album
2002 Konec popse, tantsuyut vse
2003 Mne s toboyu horosho
2004 A devochkam tak holodno!
2005 Fuc*in' Rock’n'Roll
2012 Otkroy mne dver'
Solo-projects by Sergey Zhukov:
2004 Territoria. Nezhnost
2007 V poiskah nezhnosti
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