Ruki Vverh!

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Ruki Vverh!
Руки Вверх!
Руки вверх.jpg
Sergey (left) and Aleksey (right) in June 2005.
Background information
Genres Pop music
Dance music
Years active 1996–2006, 2008–present
Website RukiVverh.ru
Members Sergey Zhukov[1]
Past members Aleksey Potehin

Ruki Vverh! (Russian: Руки Вверх,[2] meaning "Hands Up!") is a Russian pop and techno band. The band member is Sergey Zhukov. They came to prominence in the 1990s.[3]

Covers of Ruki Vverh songs[edit]

An Estonian pop group "Hellad velled" made hit a cover version "18" of the song "18 mne uzhe".

A Russian pop group "Reflex" made hit another cover version of the song "18 mne uzhe".[3]

A Russian comedy group made a German language parody "Meine kleine" of "Kroshka moja" under the fake name "Hände hoch" (Хенде Хох), meaning "Hands Up" in German.

Discography[edit]

  • Dyshite ravnomerno (1997)
  • Dyshite ravnomerno (+4 new songs) (1997)
  • Ruki vverh, Doktor Shlyager! (1997–98)—album cover version and remix of song by Vyacheslav Dobrynin
  • Sdelay pogromche! (1998)
  • Sdelay esthyo gromche! (1998)
  • Sdelay esthyo gromche! (+4 new songs) (1998)
  • Bez tormozov (1999)
  • Sovsem bez tormozov (1999–2000)
  • Crazy (1999–2000)—unofficial album (the songs are in English)
  • Zdravstvuy, eto ya! (2000)
  • Ne boysya, ya s toboy (2001)
  • Malenkie devochki (2001)
  • Ogon (2001–02)—unofficial album
  • Konec popse, tantsuyut vse (2002)
  • Mne s toboyu horosho (2003)
  • A devochkam tak holodno (2004)
  • Fuc*in' Rock'n'Roll (2005)
  • Pozovi menya, ne goni menya (2005)
  • Otel (2005)
  • Otkroy mne dver (2012)
  • The Best (2013)
  • 20 let - Kogda my byli molodymi (2016)

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