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Radakka's latest or related album is Malice & Tranquility
Which is released on 2008-02-12 from record company Nbr.
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Quick facts about Radakka
Formed in their hometown of Chicago at the end of 80’S, Radakka is a collaboration of four musicians that came from several of the city’s successful bands. The group united to work towards achieving a level of musical integrity without compromise. Motivated to write and perform a style of music that is emotionally directed, regardless of its commercial accessibility or lack thereof. Creating an hard-hitting classic metal sound that highlights vocal harmonies and strong melodies. The quartet has steadfastly refused to succumb to the current musical trends, preferring to adhere to their own philosophy and let the high quality of their songwriting speak for itself. Over the course of their existence, Radakka has become a main stay at concert halls and local clubs. Delivering their intense presentation with power and certitude to venues packed with their fan base in Chicago and the Midwest. The band honed and perfected their compositional and performance skills with live concerts and through several widely successful demo tapes that received international exposure. Radakka’s dedication to their music and perseverance finally paid off in 1995, when Century Media quickly signed the band to a worldwide contract. When it came time for the band to pick the tunes for their debut album Malice and Tranquility, Radakka had to choose from an repertoire of over 35 songs. With the final selections showcasing the band’s diversity as well as their approach to the traditional hard rock/metal sound. Released only in Europe the import orders and sales in the States began to appear. Learn more about Radakka