The band's albums and publicity materials generally use the Łacinka alphabet, the Belarusian version of the Latin alphabet that was widely used alongside Cyrillic prior to the establishment of the Soviet Union. Like several other bands that sing in Belarusian, they have expressed their opposition to President Alexander Lukashenka, although they have never mentioned him by name in their lyrics. N.R.M.'s largest crowd was in Kiev in 2004, when they played in support of the Orange Revolution in Ukraine, with band members expressing their hope that something similar would happen in their own country. N.R.M., along with many other Belarusian bands, are unofficially banned from FM station broadcast in Belarus. There is no written blacklist, but FM station managers have said they received unofficial "recommendations" from the authorities. The Band: Aleh Dziemidovič: percussion Juraś Laŭkoŭ: bass guitar Pit Paŭłaŭ: guitar Lavon Volski: guitar, vocals They have made many albums like: ŁaŁaŁaŁa (1995) Odzirydzidzina (1996) Made in N.R.M. (1997) Pašpart hramadzianina N.R.M.
(The Passport of NRM Citizen) (1998) Akustyčnyja kancerty kanca 20-ha stahodździa (Acoustic Concerts at the End of the 20th Century) (1999) Samotnik (Single) (2000) Try čarapachi (Three Turtles) (2000) Dom kultury (Palace of Culture) (2002) Spravazdača 1994-2004 (Report 1994-2004) (2004) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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