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Reworked Russian For Money logo - never used

On 28th October 2000 Russian For Money played their final gig as a full band. The name had changed 2.5 times (they were now NiLSTAR). The line up had changed even more over the years but essentially it was a the same band that grew out of the UK Punk explosion of the late 70's with young teenagers empowered to have a go. This is a brief snapshot of the band that featured in various incarnations; Lee Almond, Graham Pedder, Clive Dove, Chris Gardiner, Greg Hurst (RIP), Gus Gouldsbrough, Mick Walsh & Dunk Mitchell, oh and me...from the start - Phil Walsh 

Wormhole EP CD Cover
Hold On - Russian For Money
Wormhole - Russian For Money
Original Russian For Money Logo circa 1987
Phil Walsh - singer with Russian For Money, Adelphi Preston gig - late 90s
Russian For Money - Live at the Vic Darwen early 90s
Russian For Money - UK Subs support at Blackburn King Georges Hall, Lee Almond Phil Walsh
Russian For Money early 90s line up - L to R Graham Pedder, Phil Walsh, Clive Dove
Russian For Money 90s line -up; LtoR Greg Hurst (RIP), Phil Walsh, Clive Dove, Chris Gardiner
Russian For Money mid 80s L to R Lee Almond, Graham Pedder, Phil Walsh
Russian For Money - Hugh Cornwell support laminate Burnley Mechanics late 90s
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