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  1. Give Me a Wall was the debut album from ¡Forward, Russia!, and was released in the UK on and in the US on 19 December Tracks on the album include previous singles "Twelve", "Nine" and "Thirteen". The album was released through the band's own label, "dance to the radio".Genre: Indie rock.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Give Me A Wall on Discogs. Label: Dance To The Radio - dttr,Cooperative Music - dttr • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock3/5(10).
  3. May 16,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Give Me A Wall on Discogs/5(8).
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about ¡Forward, Russia! - Give Me A Wall at Discogs. Complete your ¡Forward, Russia! collection/5(50).
  5. !Forward Russia! is a new band from England, not Russia or any former Soviet republics. In fact, the only connection I think they might have with the land of vodka (mmm vodka!) is that their debut album, "Give Me A Wall," is available for download on a few of those quasi-"legal" Russian mp3 sites/5(3).
  6. Epistolary Rock Sound of Give Me a Wall at once fills a room like thick mead fills a jar, rhythms are broken, nervous and offbeat, and when vocalist commences to sing it becomes quite clear that Forward, Russia invented a brand new genre in rock, I would have called it a hysterical psychedelia. But Give Me a Wall has to it much more than just this: lyrics of the album are presented in a form.
  7. ¡Forward, Russia! are an English alternative rock band from Leeds, active from between and , before reforming in The band's debut album, Give Me a Wall, was released in Until , the band only named tracks with numbers, in the order that they were written. The band had used Faux Cyrillic, with its name occasionally typeset as ¡FФЯWДЯD, RUSSIД!.
  8. FORWARD RUSSIA Give Me A Wall ( UK track CD album featuring their genre-defying sounds of experimentation and ingenuity that have universally been recognised as the bright future of British music and have been described as math rock influenced pop miniatures wrapped in a coating of chaos disco and includes the tracks Nine and Twelve/5(14).

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