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Goodbye Ladies...You Will Be Missed

An excellent swan song for the best All-Girl Alt. Rock Band in the last ten years. With Omar Rodriguez at the helm for their first and only full length, this album is pure magic. The girls are in top form. This album will not disappoint. Shame they decided to end it.


These girls are amazing! I love all the songs on this album, it is definitely one of the albums that contains pure magic on it. With Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, of Mars Volta and At The Drive-In fame, producing this album, and even putting his fingerprint of guitar work on one of the songs, it is truly spectacular. I would recommend this to anyone and everyone who has the slightest interest in At The Drive-In or the Mars Volta and other similar sounding bands.

I like, at least.

It's good to hear a girl band with some musical competence, let alone talent. My problem with Radio Vago, however, is the singer. It seems to me like she was in few punk bands earlier in life, and didn't figure out how to not sing flat before recording this not-punk album. Not being a singer myself, it's supremely easy to sing along with, but for just listening purposes, it's a might irritating. Overall, though, I think it's worth the buy, and any fan of the ATDI, Sparta, TMV, Omar, etc. should appreciate the thoughtful sound Radio Vago produces.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

This Los Angeles based group began mainly from the effort of Olivia Parriott, a Los Angeles native, guitarist and keyboard player in early 2000. CalArts student and vocalist Andrienne Pearson joined forces with guitarist Jen Gillaspy, a native of Indiana who relocated to the West Coast. The original drummer was Parriott's brother while the band played at frat parties and campus showcases. Jed Parriott was soon replaced by drummer Jenny Vassilatos and Radio Vago performed its first show at The Garage....
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