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Radio Moscow

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Introduction
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Frustrating Sound
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Lucky Dutch
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Lick Skillet
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Mistreating Queen
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Whatever Happened
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Timebomb
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Deep Blue Sea
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Ordovician Fauna
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Fuse
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 36:58

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Although some describe them as “psychedelic blues rock,” the Ames, IA, duo Radio Moscow is more of a throwback to the classic rock of the ’70s. Their story is a true “being in the right place at the right time” tale, as the band’s singer/guitarist/drummer, Parker Griggs, managed to get a demo tape into the hands of the Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach after a gig. Auerbach liked the demo so much, he invited Griggs and bassist Luke McDuff to his home studio in Akron, OH, and produced their 2007 self-titled debut. The end result calls on several recognizable hits/bands of yesteryear. Highlights include “Lucky Dutch,” which contains a beefy riff that’s reminiscent of Ram Jam’s “Black Betty,” and “Lickskillet” begins as an acoustic blues ditty, before transforming into an Allman Brothers-esque dual-guitar fest (complete with slide guitar), while both “Mistreating Queen” and “Whatever Happened” are muscular riff rock à la the Jeff Beck Group. – Greg Prato

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