Ruki Vverh!

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Ruki Vverh!
Руки Вверх!
Руки вверх.jpg
Background information
GenresPop Music
Dance music
Years active1996–2006, 2012-present
WebsiteRukiVverh.ru
Past membersSergey Zhukov
Aleksey Potehin
 
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Ruki Vverh!
Руки Вверх!
Руки вверх.jpg
Background information
GenresPop Music
Dance music
Years active1996–2006, 2012-present
WebsiteRukiVverh.ru
Past membersSergey Zhukov
Aleksey Potehin

Ruki Vverh (Russian: Руки Вверх,[1] meaning "Hands Up") are a Russian pop and techno band. The band members are Sergey Zhukov and Aleksey Potehin. They came to prominence in the 1990s.

Covers of Ruki Vverh songs[edit]

The group was officially disbanded in August 2006. An Estonian pop group "Hellad velled" made (18 mne uzhe) hit a cover version of the song (18). A Russian pop group "Reflex" made (18 mne uzhe) hit a nother cover version of the song (18 mne uzhe). A German parody group "Hände hoch" made (Kroshka moja) hit a cover version of the song (Meine kleine, Hitler kaputt)

Discography[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ The conventional transliteration would be "Ruki Vverkh", rather than "Ruki Vverh".

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