Russ Ryden

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Russ Ryden is a Swedish singer/songwriter. He formed the new wave rock group Strasse in 1978 together with Max Abbey and Kaj Zack. Ryden is best known for writing the songs "Crashing", "Shakespeare Was An American", "Crash Slowly" and "Transylvanian Flower" (with co-writer, Charles Storm). Ryden has also worked with Midge Ure and Mike Garson. He is represented by RCA Records, Sonet Records and Luminol Grammofon.

Discography[edit]

Albums
Singles
  • "Crash Slowly"
  • "Dying For The Wild Life"
  • "Killed Again"
  • "Shakespeare Was An American"
  • "Crashing" (Luminol Grammofon)
  • "A Stairway To You" (RCA Records)
  • "Hunger" (RCA Records)

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