Moscow Calling

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Moscow Calling
Gorky Park 2.jpg
Original cover art
Studio album by
March 29, 1993
GenreHard rock, glam metal
LabelBMG International, N.V.
Gorky Park chronology
Gorky Park
Moscow Calling
Alternative Cover
Alternative cover art for U.S. and European release
Alternative cover art for U.S. and European release
Singles from Gorky Park
  1. "Moscow Calling"
    Released: 1992
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic2.5/5 stars[1]

Moscow Сalling (titled Gorky Park 2 in many countries, including Russia) is the second album by Russian rock band Gorky Park. It was released between 1992 and 1993. Four music videos was made for the album: "Moscow Calling", "Stranger", "I’m Going Down" and "Tell Me Why".


The album went completely unnoticed in the U.S., where the band's MTV hit "Bang" was long forgotten by most rock enthusiasts and the taste of the audience had changed, but was well received in other countries. It sold 500,000 copies outside the United States,[1][2] notably becoming Platinum in Denmark.[3]

Track listing[edit]

1."Moscow Calling"Alexei BelovAlexei Belov5:09
2."All Roads"Steve DiamdonAlexei Belov5:10
3."Politics Of Love"Alexei BelovAlexei Belov4:03
4."Tomorrow"Alexei Belov, Struan OglanbyAlexei Belov5:55
5."Stranger"Alexei BelovAlexei Belov4:49
6."Volga Boatman" (Instrumental) Gorky Park, based on "The Song of the Volga Boatmen"1:14
7."Strike"Alexei BelovAlexei Belov3:50
8."Welcome To The Gorky Park"Fee WaybillAlexei Belov4:21
9."Two Candles"Alexei Belov, Andrew Grigoriev, Fee WaybillJan Janenkov, Alexandre Minkov, Alexei Belov5:01
10."I’m Going Down"Struan OglanbyAlexei Belov4:30
11."City Of Pain" (bonus on CD & MC))Alexei Belov, Kevin RobertsAlexei Belov4:57
12."Don’t Pull The Trigger"Alexei Belov, Fee WaybillAlexei Belov4:55
13."Tell Me Why"Todd MeagherAlexei Belov3:25


Band members
  • Alexandre "Big Sasha" Minkov — lead vocals, bass guitar
  • Alexei Belov — guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Alexandre "Jan" Janenkov (Alexander "Yan" Yanenkov) — guitar
  • Alexandre "Little Sasha" Lvov — drums
Additional musicians

Release dates[edit]

Country Label Year
CNR Records
Russia Moroz Records
M.I.R. Records[4]
Nox Music
1992 (LP and CD)
1993 (CD)
1994 and 1996 (MC)
2000 (CD)
South East Asia Pony Canyon 1992–1993
Japan Nippon Crown 1992

"Moscow Calling" (single)[edit]

"Moscow Calling"
Single by Gorky Park
from the album Moscow Calling
Released21 November 1992 (Japan)
GenreHard rock, glam metal
Gorky Park singles chronology
"Try To Find Me"
"Moscow Calling"

"Moscow Calling" is a song by the Russian rock band Gorky Park, released in 1992 as the lead single from the band's second album Moscow Calling.

Track listings[edit]

CD (Nippon Crown CRDP-56, Japan)[5]
1."Moscow Calling" 
2."Welcome To The Gorky Park" 

Selected release dates[edit]

Country Label Year
Japan Nippon Crown 21 November 1992 (CD)


  1. ^ a b Anderson, Jason. Moscow Calling at AllMusic
  2. ^ Curtis Zimmermann, Rovi (2014-10-08). "Gorky Park - Biography".
  3. ^ "ПАРК ГОРЬКОГО, НЭП..." Ya Molodoy (Я — Молодой) (2 (31)). January 1994. Archived from the original on December 5, 2008.
  4. ^ "Gorky Park - 2 (CD, Album) at Discogs".
  5. ^ "「Moscow Calling」 ゴーリキー・パーク". Oricon. Retrieved 2014-10-08.