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Artist: Russia

Title: Russia

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Category: Pomp

Year: 1980/08

Label: Wounded Bird

Catalog Number: WOU 3414

Personnel

Larry Tuttle bass, vocals
Griff Stevens lead vocals
Richard Allyn White Keys, vocals
Thomas Richard Brighton guitars, vocals
Jeff Swisstack drums

Tracks

1.  Fight Back (Time After Time)  
2.  Who Do You Think You Are?  
3.  Gotta Get Away  
4.  Nothing to Say  
5.  Laughing (in the Face of Fire)  
6.  If I Were You  
7.  Out of My Mind  
8.  Poignant Clams  
9.  Piece of Ice  
10.  Outer Space Seeds  

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From: Jez Date: October 13, 2008 at 23:48
Finally Wounded Bird have done us proud once more and released the mighty Russia for the first time on CD, along with the Force 10 album aswell. If you are into your quirky, off the wall Pomp stuff ala Aviary, Trillion, Storm and maybe a bit of Queen aswell, then this is going to be a must have re-issue. I won't single out any tracks on here because I think they are all brilliant, musically aswell as lyrically. Go and discover one of the long lost Pomp gems, finally avaliable for everyone to hear in all it's glory.

From: Nick C Date: October 18, 2008 at 9:12
Agee with Jez....brilliant, I'd add Supertramp to the mix too especially on parts of Fight Back and Who Do You Think You Are? Poignant Clams...weird as it sounds is a beautiful short instrumental...nice! Maybe a bit weirder than the Force 10 follow up ......better...no....both as good as each other so grab 'em both!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 28, 2011 at 21:55
Ummm sorry guys...was not my cup of tea at all shamely ...ok it has some good songs such as "If I Were You","Out Of My Mind","Piece Of Ice" & "Outer Space Seeds" but nothing to kill for IMHO...about the comparisons..yes a bit of Queen a definitely a lot of ELO(Electric Light Orchestra) in the choruses...the lead vocalist Griff Stevens did a decent job though...if you like old school rock maybe if a good choice but not 4 me this one...65/100


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