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Radio Moscow
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Radio Moscow is an American psychedelic rock band from Story City, Iowa. Formed in 2003, the band currently features singer-guitarist Parker Griggs, bassist Anthony Meier, and drummer Paul Marrone. Griggs has been the sole constant member, with drummers and bassists filling out the live line-up. Former members Zach Anderson and Cory Berry went on to form Blues Pills.
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http://radiomoscow.net
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Releases on file (6)
Radio Moscow — Live! In California Radio Moscow — Live! In California
(Alive Natural Sound 0183, 2016, 2LP/CD)
Radio Moscow — Magical Dirt Radio Moscow — Magical Dirt
(Alive Natural Sound 0160, 2014, CD/LP)
Radio Moscow — The Great Escape of Leslie Magnafuzz Radio Moscow — The Great Escape of Leslie Magnafuzz
(Alive Natural Sound 0126, 2011, CD/LP)
Radio Moscow — Brain Cycles Radio Moscow — Brain Cycles
(Alive Natural Sound 0093, 2009, CD / LP)
Radio Moscow — Radio Moscow Radio Moscow — Radio Moscow
(Alive Natural Sound 0077, 2007, CD/LP)
Radio Moscow — 3 and 3 Quarters Radio Moscow — 3 and 3 Quarters
(Alive Natural Sound 0129, 2004/2012, CD/LP)

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