Radio Moscow – World Service [1991]

hhrtfrthgerffcsCountry United Kingdom          Style Hard Rock

Rating 82/100

Band Members
Aldo Mazzei – Bass, Paul Bridgewater – Vocals, Ritch Battersby – Drums, Rob James – Guitars, Brian Tatler – Guest guitars

Tracks
01. Blind Man’s Eyes (3:52), 02. Standing (4:23), 03. Message For You (3:52), 04. Hot Sun (4:22), 05. Red Sun Blue Moon (5:43), 06. The Flame (5:30), 07. Thousand Kisses (3:37), 08. Ring On Your Finger (3:22), 09. She’s Got It Bad (4:11), 10. Hear It In The Wind (4:41)

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Profile The first rare L.P on Status Records, of this legendary band that was the continuation of Diamond Head. The drumming is also excellent and comes courtesy of Rich Battersby , that is now beating the skins for the Wildhearts. Essential L.P. ‘World Service’, produced by Metallica’s live sound engineeer ‘Big ‘ Mick Hughes, finally saw a release through Status Records in 1991. Although the bulk of the guitars on the record had been fully recorded with Brian Tatler, the solos were re-recorded by Rob James. Oddly Tatler’s work remains unaccredited. The album also featured vocalist Paul Bridgewater (ex Slowburner), who later took time out to record an unreleased album with Tapanzee prior to rejoining Radio Moscow for the album ‘Get A New Life’.

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