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Artist: Gorky Park

Title: Moscow Calling

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1993

Label: BMG Ariola (Germany)

Catalog Number: 74321 13466 2

Personnel

Unlisted.

Tracks

1.  Moscow Calling  5:09
2.  All Roads  5:10
3.  Politics of Love  4:03
4.  Tomorrow  5:55
5.  Stranger  4:49
6.  Volga Boatman instrumental  1:14
7.  Strike  3:50
8.  Welcome to the Gorky Park  4:21
9.  Two Candles  5:01
10.  I'm Going Down  4:30
11.  City of Pain  4:57
12.  Don't Pull the Trigger  4:55
13.  Tell Me Why  3:25
  
Total Running Time:  57:19

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Deb "Neuf" Date: August 21, 2001 at 16:57
I think this CD is ten times better than their first CD. "Two Candles" is a beautiful ballad.

From: P.C. Date: February 18, 2002 at 8:28
I got this one . Very good . Gorky Park sounds like Def Leppard . Better than first one .

From: zakar Date: August 26, 2002 at 11:04
Wow...cool! this one's alexei pure style. the songs are funky and rocking. just listen to the moscow calling. i like the lyrics that say "I'm a phono phono phono phonomaniac". that's fun. two candles is a really good ballad, and you must listen to all acoustic song tell me why.

From: 9 CHAMPIONS A 1 Date: September 1, 2002 at 5:36
Si,tienen algo de Def Leppard,pero su musica es original,incluso divertida,si tienes la oportunidad escuchalo,pues aunque sean rusos se lo montan bastante bien.A MI ME GUSTA.

From: !!! Date: October 18, 2002 at 4:45
they are the best guys!!!! and they are RUSSIAN!!!!

From: Frank Cruehead Date: October 30, 2002 at 13:06
I finally received this album yesterday from Amazon, and the only thing that I can tell is that the album is terrific!!!!

From: tomek Date: January 17, 2003 at 13:35
Ohhh ive never thought that russian cam make good HR.bravooooo!better than the 1st 1!

From: Frank Cruehead Date: May 21, 2003 at 20:39
Bad neww, guys: I found that this band released another two albums but only in Russia. The albums are: Stare (1996) and Protivofazza (1998). If you know where I can find them, please tell me. (And no, Im not going to Russia!!!!)

From: Jan Schmidt Date: February 23, 2004 at 19:38
Super!! The guitars are Top of the arts.

From: koogles Date: March 24, 2004 at 18:33
The Russian Def Leppard. The leadoff track slaps you in the face like faster than a pissed off girlfriend. HUGE backing vocals on "Moscow Calling" giving it that Def Lep/Blue Tears flavor. Better than the debut, and the last good CD they put out.

From: Proman1 Date: March 28, 2004 at 5:02
To those of you who are into this band and want the "Stare" and "Protivofazza" cd's, do not bother for they are not as good as the 2 other ones, not even close, it seems as if they lost their cheif songwriter or song contributor, and their songs do not start and go nowhere, a very weak attempt, maybe the reason for a Russia release only!! If u must have them, u can buy both cd's at www.RBCmp3.com for $11.99 usd each, the 2 previous cd's are listed but not available for sale....

From: wicked man Date: April 29, 2004 at 5:31
Not agree with the others above. Only the singer (awesome) sounds a bit like Joe Elliot, but the music is pure Gorky Park : a mixture of hard rock, funky, 80's pop rock and russian music. This record is one of my all time fave... pretty much BOMBASTIC!Their best album, kickin' 90% of all the american bands ass! Russia rules!

From: Carmine Rose Date: August 19, 2004 at 22:21
I heard the first album. The only song I cared for was Bang. Is this one better?

From: Japangea Date: September 4, 2007 at 8:44
I saw their live in Germany in mid 90's as a suppoting act for Axxis. Their show was great and after the show,at the entrance,the guitar player passed me by like Carl Lowis.Maybe he wanted to go to the toilet.I did not see Axxis by the way.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: December 6, 2007 at 14:55
This is a very good power pop/rock album!.The songs are very catchy and so on (typical of a band that probably wanted to break through in the States!)"Moscow Calling" (poppy & with a contagious chorus) & "All Roads"(beautiful semi-ballad) resume all.For a Russian band the sound quality of the album itself and the composition of the songs (100% full american influence????)makes it appealing 4 melodic listeners!!!.Anyway i'll give this album almost a big shot!.(90/100)

From: metalmaniac777 Date: February 13, 2010 at 13:58
To say this album is better than the self-titled debut is an understatement on par with saying that french-kissing a beautiful woman is better than licking a dog's diarrhetic ass. The band comes pretty close to knocking it out of the park by forsaking the horribly bland hard rock that polluted their first release in favor of something much more energetic. You could play this CD on a stereo here in the United States and the gang backing vocals on the title track are so huge they could actually be heard back in Moscow. If you don't already own this underrated helping of Russian melodic hard rock, that sound you hear is your collection calling, begging you to fill the hole.

From: Jeff Date: September 11, 2012 at 21:00
I think their first release had some very good moments but this one is even better. Definitely worth tracking down if you can find it. \MAFIA/

From: Dr_Funk Date: September 30, 2015 at 21:50
I used to think the debut was better. But, you have to understand, it was one of the first AOR/Hard Rock albums I heard. It still holds a special place in my heart, but this album kicks its ass six ways from Sunday. Bombastic was used above, and it's the word I first thought of. "Moscow Calling" smacks you across the face with it's massive vocals, but there aren't many moments of reprieve; the vocals are huge throughout the entire album. "All Roads" is probably my favourite track, but "Two Candles" and "City of Pain" are close behind. Great album!


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