The album included songs such as "Come Home", "Come Alive", "The Word Stands Forever" and several other which charted on the Christian radio stations in the US in 1988. The original album has been out of print, but a CD was re-issued in 1996 on an import label (Victor Entertainment, Inc. in Tokyo, Japan) and later in 2012 by Nikolai R. Pankratz. These newer versions didn't have the printed lyrics the US original version had, but does have all the same songs in English and cover art. Their fourth album was "Ruscha" Invisible Hands in 1992
Album Name Come Alive. Released date 01 January 1988. Labels Victor Entertainment. Music StyleHard FM. Members owning this album0. 2. Someone Listening. 6. The Word Stands Forever.
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October 12th, 2016 mrgeorgecraven. Profile Ruscha was a Christian rock band formed in the mid 1980s, by two Siberian immigrant brothers Nikolai R. Pankratz and Peter Pankratz who escaped Communist Russia, then testified to the plight of their fellow believers after safely reaching the USA, where they formed a band at Liberty University in VA. The album included songs such as Come Home, Come Alive, The Word Stands Forever and several other which charted on the Christian radio stations in the US in 1988
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The album was originally scheduled for release in February 2015, but was delayed to make room for a new song By My Side which was released as the second single in May. Paulini described the album, saying; It’s a pop album, but it’s more adult contemporary adult pop. The album debuted at number 25 in Australia. Background and development. Paulini co-wrote every track on this album bar one.
|PTX-A-88001||Ruscha||Come Alive (12", Single)||Pan-Trax Records||PTX-A-88001||US||1988|
|PTX-A-88005||Ruscha||Come Alive (12", Single)||Pan-Trax Records||PTX-A-88005||US||1988|