Thursday, June 4, 2015


One of the legends of the world's progressive rock, Hungarian stalwarts, Omega is going to play the concert hall of Christ the Savior Cathedral in Moscow.  

For those who don't know what Omega is--they should start with Idorablo (The Time Stealer) and immortal Gammapolis--masterpieces of post-Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of The Moon and Wish You Were Here psychedelic rock.  Omega produced one of the most melodic and piercing masterpieces of the closing year of 1970s. 

And, of course, the best dancing Soviet (Hungarian) song of 1970-s:

And, of course, one of the best riffs of the 1970s, together with Deep Purple and Uriah Heep:


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