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Russian rock singer Yuri Shevchuk performs at a protest rally in central Moscow on Aug. 22, 2010.
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January 4, 2011 Within Russia's borders, DDT's Yuri Shevchuk is bigger than Bono. Shevchuk has often engaged in Russian politics by attending rallies or peace demonstrations. But many in Russia see his frustration now reaching the boiling point: He's fed up that so few people are speaking out.
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February 6, 2008 The Soviet regime was hard enough for the politically charged Russian rock band DDT. But when perestroika opened the door to big concerts, commercial albums, and fame, what followed wasn't exactly easy, either.
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