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Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. What great stuff. Verified Purchase. Ok let me put it this way. If Jimi Hendrix and Blue Cheer had a baby, then if Cream and Mountain had a baby, and by some miracle those two babies came together and had a magical child, you would get Radio Moscow.
I haven't heard a band this good in a while. I randomly came across this band today. Few and far between do you find a band like this. This band mirrors Jimi's style. They have the singing melodies and ever changing riffs throughout the entire song. It's not just simple blues, it's every 60s and 70s rock band you ever heard in this band. You can listen to the Blue Cheer-esque vocals, but when you turn your ear to the guitar, you hear constant evolving crazy riffage going on. Then the solos come that are, for lack of a better word, perfect.
Like Mountain, they're shreddy but not showy. They add the perfect amount of skill that makes you understand not only are these guys technically good, but they got that gift to craft notes in such a way that only comes from being a born musician.
Some guy below posted an amazing review, but only gave this 3. I don't know how you can give it an awesome review, but only give it 3. This deserves a hundred stars. It's such an awesome record with good riffs, bass groves, and musicianship that will make you upset people like Katy Perry are so popular while bands like this go completely unnoticed. I think this is a great album for any fan of guitar rock, psychadelic rock, or blues rock.
Radio Moscow is one of my new favorite bands. Amazing 70's style organic rock. Rock music has moved underground. The mainstream now belongs to hip hop, dubstep, and the like. As a rock fan it's sad to see turntables, computers, and drum machines replace electric guitar, bass, and real drums as the essential appendage to sex and youthful rebellion.
Radio Moscow and their latest album "The Great Escape of Leslie Magnafuzz," the band's third, belongs to the former category with a few snippets of the latter. The music on Magnafuzz continues this tradition with enough originality to rescue it from being an orthodox recreation of the past. It's a fantastic high energy track that sets the pace for the entire record which is nearly all speed, fuzz, and wail. I've spent a lot of time praising the bad assery of Parker Griggs' guitar playing and drum pounding, bassist Zack Anderson deserves just as much praise.
His bass rocks and grooves traveling with every note that fires out of Parker's amps. He is to Parker what Jack Bruce was to Eric Clapton when those two were shooting up rocket fuel and jamming for hours at the Fillmores in the late sixties.
While the album does expand on Radio Moscow's two previous albums by upping the ante on energy and psychedelics it isn't "Exile On Main Street. That being said I love the hell out of it.
This is the third album from Radio Moscow and it is another winner. Radio Moscow Parker Griggs - vocals, guitars, drums, percussion, harmonica, production, mixing, illustrations Zach Anderson - bass Two man band, playing hard as hell, blistering 70's style psychedelic rock with an amped up underlay of the blues.
From start to finish this album just spirals out of control but the musicianship is superb. Lots of distortion, hard jammin', shredding, classic rock but without a twist.
Just a classic sound that was born of the 70's and was teleported into the future. A hypothetical method of transportation in which matter or information is dematerialized, usually instantaneously, at one point and recreated at another. Hmmm sounds like their sound, from the 70's to today. These guys could have been huge if they were around back then.
Still rather unknown, I believe their star will be rising soon. One person found this helpful. It's evident that Parker Griggs is a major talent.
An inventive, effective guitarist covering lots of styles though firmly rooted in 60s and 70s psychedelia. But also a highly technical drummer. And a visonary producer managing to make the multilayered tracks sound organic and live-in-the-studio.
What sets Radio moscow apart from most other retro bands is the sheer power of the musicianship - Zach Anderson is definitely a power house of a bassist - and the class of the compositions. Managing to pack an amazing lot of content into a 4 min. While the music is transformational, mindblowing and experimental the lyrics stay firmly on ground level. Being mostly very standard fare macho musings about girls and sex.
No doubt this is the kind of record that could be stuff for legends and stardom. See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. Translate all reviews to English. Trouble is. Radio Moscow are really just one guy