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Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Delerium - Poem - New Age [2003]

1. Delerium - Terra Firma (5:32)
2. Delerium - Innocente (6:26)
3. Delerium - Aria (6:46)
4. Delerium - Fallen Icons (6:27)
5. Delerium - Underwater (5:14)
6. Delerium - Myth (6:07)
7. Delerium - Nature's Kingdom (5:12)
8. Delerium - Daylight (5:25)
9. Delerium - Temptation (7:59)
10. Delerium - A Poem for Byzantium (5:47)
11. Delerium - Amongst the Ruins (10:17)
12. Delerium - Silence (8:37)


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Metallica - Big Day Out

01 - For Whom The Bell Tolls
02 - Frantic
03 - Sad But True
04 - Fade To Black
05 - Battery
06 - Nothing Else Matter
07 - Master Of Puppets


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Suicidal Tendencies - Prime Cuts

1.- You Can't Bring Me Down
2.- Join The New Army
3.- Lovely
4.- Institutionalized
5.- Gotta Kill Captain Stupid
6.- Berserk!
7.- I Saw Your Mommy
8.- Pledge Your Allegiance
9.- Feeding The Addiction
10.- I Wasn't Meant To Feel This/Asleep At The Wheel
11.- Send Me Your Money
12.- No F*ck'n Problem
13.- Go Skate! (Possessed To Skate '97)
14.- Nobody Hears
15.- How Will I Laugh Tomorrow


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Meatloaf - Bat Of Out Hell 2: Back to Hell

At a certain point, bad taste and bombast become so excessive and so grandiose that they're no longer an easily dismissed irritation but an astonishing monument to warped imagination. Such a monument is Meat Loaf's Bat out of Hell II: Back into Hell, the long-delayed sequel to 1977's Bat out of Hell. Once again songwriter-producer Jim Steinman has isolated high-school parking-lot aphorisms and inflated them to Wagner-on-Broadway proportions, casting Mr. Loaf as a heavy-metal Ezio Pinza. Typical of the album's strategy is its big hit single, "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)." Steinman piles on the guitars, drums, synthesizers, and choral voices as if he were Phil Spector producing Kiss playing the Who songbook. The rest of the album tackles the themes of teenage lust, frustration, and rock & roll fantasies in similar fashion. It's somehow beside the point to complain about the puerile lyrics, the leaden rhythms, the derivative melodies, the histrionic vocals, or the overblown arrangements. Steinman knows how to push his audience's buttons, and with Meat Loaf's help, he hits those buttons with a sledgehammer.

1. I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)
2. Life Is A Lemon And I Want My Money Back
3. Rock And Roll Dreams Come Through
4. It Just Won't Quit
5. Out Of The Frying Pan (And Into The Fire)
6. Objects In The Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are
7. Wasted Youth
8. Everything Louder Than Everything Else
9. Good Girls Go To Heaven (Bad Girls Go Everywhere)
10. Back Into Hell
11. Lost Boys And Golden Girls


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Rammstein - Rosenrot, Rls Date : Oct-25-2005

Rammstein - Rosenrot
Rls Date : Oct-25-2005
Street Date: Oct-28-2005
Rls Type : Album
Company : Universal
Supplier : Team MOD
Year : 2005
Ripper : Team MOD
Tracks: 11
Genre : Rock
Length: 48:08 min
Source : CDDA
Size: : 79,8 MB
Ripper Soft: EAC
Encoder : LAME 3.90.3+mod
Quality : VBRkbps / 44,1kHz / Joint-Stereo


01 Benzin 03:46
02 Mann gegen Mann 03:51
03 Rosenrot 03:55
04 Spring 05:25
05 Wo bist du 03:55
06 Stirb nicht vor mir // Don't Die Before I Do 04:05
07 Zerstören 05:29
08 Hilf mir 04:44
09 Te Quiero Puta! 03:56
10 Feuer und Wasser 05:18
11 Ein Lied 03:44


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George Michael - Unplugged

1. Freedom
2. Fast Love
3. I Can't Make You Love Me
4. Father Figure
5. You Have Been Loved
6. Everything She Wants
7. Praying For Time
8. Star People
9. Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me
10. You Know That I Want To
11. Safe
12. Spinning The Wheel (Forthright Edit)


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Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Journey - The Essential Journey

Disc: 1

1. Only The Young
2. Don't Stop Believin'
3. Wheel In The Sky
4. Faithfully
5. Any You Want It
6. Ask The Lonely
7. Who's Crying Now
8. Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)
9. Lights
10. Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'
11. Open Arms
12. Girl Can't Help It
13. Send Her My Love
14. When You Love A Woman
15. I'll Be Alright Without You
16. After The Fall

Disc: 2

1. Chain Reaction
2. Message Of Love
3. Somethin' To Hide
4. Line Of Fire
5. Anytime
6. Stone In Love
7. Patiently
8. Good Morning Girl
9. The Eyes Of A Woman
10. Be Good To Yourself
11. Still They Ride
12. Baby I'm A Leavin' You
13. Mother, Father
14. Just The Same Way
15. Escape
16. The Party's Over (Hopelessly In Love)

CD 1

CD 2


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Monday, October 24, 2005

Peter Green Splinter Group - Hot Foot Powder [2000], Blues

Following his superb 1998 Robert Johnson Songbook collaboration with Nigel Watson, Peter Green's inspired comeback ensues with this sequel of Johnson classics. From "I'm a Steady Rolling Man" on, it is delightfully clear that the Fleetwood Mac founder's soulful guitar virtuosity is wedded to a voice, beaten into majesty, that's well suited for these haunting Delta jewels. With partner Watson providing skilled support, such untouchables as "Come On in My Kitchen" and "Hellhound on My Trail" eerily echo the originals in their new arrangements, while bearing Green's stamp. As if the soloists and their fine Splinter Group weren't enough, Green & Co. are joined by special guests Dr. John (the lilting piano on "From Four Till Late"), Buddy Guy (guitar on "Cross Road Blues"), Hubert Sumlin (guitar on "Dead Shrimp Blues"), and David "Honeyboy" Edwards, who accompanied Robert Johnson on the night of his fatal poisoning (guitar on "Traveling Riverside Blues").

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01.I'm A Steady Rollin' Man
02.From Four Untill Late
03.Dead String Blues
04.Little Queen Of Spades
05.They're Red Hot
06.Preachin' Blues
07.Hell Hound On My Trail
08.Traveling Riverside Blues
09.Malted Milk
10.Milkcow's Calf Blues
11.Drunken Hearted Man
12.Cross Road Blues
13.Come On In My Kitchen



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Jeff Wayne - War Of The Worlds [OST] 6 CD's

Richard Burton : voices
Julie Covington : voices
David Essex : voices
Justin Hayward : voices
Phil Lynott : voices
Chris Thompson : voices
Chris Spedding : guitars
Jo Partridge : guitars
Herbie Flowers : bass
Barry Morgan : drums
Barry da Souza : percussion
Jeff Wayne :keyboards

Disc 1: The Comming of the Martians
Disc 2: The Earht Under the Martians
Disc 3: The Remixes 1979~2005
Disc 4: The Comming of the Martians Revisited
Disc 5: The Earht Under the Martians Revisited Part 1
Disc 6: The Earht Under the Martians Revisited Part 2

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Dj Sammy - The Rise [2005]

01 - Rise
02 - Rise Again
03 - Long Way To Go
04 - Follow My Star
05 - Why?
06 - Highest Mountain
07 - Place On Fire
08 - Lbby Haba
09 - Summer’s Here
10 - Key To My Castle
11 - Living In A Day Dream
12 - Cheba
13 - Time Will Show
14 - Little Girl’s Lullaby


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Syd Barrett - The Madcaps Laughs [1970], Psychodelic Rock

Wisely, The Madcap Laughs doesn't even try to sound like a consistent record. Half the album was recorded by Barrett's former bandmates Roger Waters and Dave Gilmour, and the other half by Harvest Records head Malcolm Jones. Surprisingly, Jones' tracks are song for song much stronger than the more-lauded Floyd entries. The opening "Terrapin" seems to go on three times as long as its five-minute length, creating a hypnotic effect through Barrett's simple, repetitive guitar figure and stream of consciousness lyrics. The much bouncier "Love You" sounds like a sunny little Carnaby Street pop song along the lines of an early Move single, complete with music hall piano, until the listener tries to parse the lyrics and realizes that they make no sense at all. The downright Kinksy"Here I Go" is in the same style, although it's both more lyrically direct and musically freaky, speeding up and slowing down seemingly at random. Like many of the "band" tracks, "Here I Go" is a Barrett solo performance with overdubs by Mike Ratledge, Hugh Hopper, and Robert Wyatt of the Soft Machine; the combination doesn't always particularly work, as the Softs' jazzy, improvisational style is hemmed in by having to follow Barrett's predetermined lead, so on several tracks, like "No Good Trying," they content themselves with simply making weird noises in the background. The solo tracks are what made the album's reputation, though, particularly the horrifying "Dark Globe," a first-person portrait of schizophrenia that's seemingly the most self-aware song this normally whimsical songwriter ever created. Honestly, however, the other solo tracks are the album's weakest tracks, with the exception of the plain gorgeous "Golden Hair," a musical setting of a James Joyce poem that's simply spellbinding. The album falls apart with the appalling "Feel." Frankly, the inclusion of false starts and studio chatter, not to mention some simply horrible off-key singing by Barrett, makes this already marginal track feel disgustingly exploitative. But for that misstep, however, The Madcap Laughs is a surprisingly effective record that holds up better than its "ooh, lookit the scary crazy person" reputation suggests.

1 Terrapin 5:04
2 No Good Trying 3:26
3 Love You 2:30
4 No Man's Land 3:03
5 Dark Globe 2:02
6 Here I Go 3:11
7 Octopus 3:47
8 Golden Hair 1:59
9 Long Gone 2:50
10 She Took a Long Cold Look 1:55
11 Feel 2:17
12 If It's in You 2:26
13 Late Night 3:10




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Syd Barrett - Barrett [1970], Psychodelic Rock

On his second solo album, Barrett was joined by Humble Pie drummer Jerry Shirley and Pink Floyd members Rick Wright (organ) and Dave Gilmour (guitar). Gilmour and Wright acted as producers as well. Instrumentally, the result is a bit fuller and smoother than the first album, although it's since been revealed that Gilmour and Wright embellished these songs as best they could without much involvement from Barrett, who was often unable or unwilling to perfect his performance. The songs, however, are just as fractured as on his debut, if not more so. "Baby Lemonade," "Gigolo Aunt," and the nursery rhyming "Effervescing Elephant" rank among his peppiest and best-loved tunes. Elsewhere, the tone is darker and more meandering. It was regarded as something of a charming but unfocused throwaway at the time of its release, but Barrett's singularly whimsical and unsettling vision holds up well.

1 Baby Lemonade 4:07
2 Love Song 3:02
3 Dominoes 4:02
4 It Is Obvious 2:55
5 Rats 2:57
6 Maisie 2:46
7 Gigolo Aunt 5:42
8 Waving My Arms in the Air 2:09
9 I Never Lied to You 1:46
10 Wined and Dined 2:54
11 Wolfpack 3:41
12 Effervescing Elephant 1:52




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Syd Barrett - Opel [1971], Psychodelic Rock

For several years, the existence of "lost" material by Barrett had been speculated on by the singer's vociferous cult, fueled by numerous patchy bootlegs of intriguing outtakes. The release of Opel lived up to, and perhaps exceeded, fans' expectations. With 14 tracks spanning 1968 to 1970, including six alternate takes and eight songs that had never been officially released in any form, it is equally as essential as his two 1970 LPs. The tone is very much in keeping with his pair of solo albums; ragged, predominantly acoustic, melodic, and teetering on the edge of dementia. At the same time, it's charming and lyrically pungent, with Barrett's inimitable sense of childlike whimsy. The production is generally more minimal than on his other albums, even bare-bones at times, but if anything, this adds to the music's stark power. Highlights are the lengthy brooding title track, the multi-layered swirl of "Swan Lee," the alternate take of "Dark Globe" (with much better, more restrained vocals than the previous version), and the exuberant, infectious "Milky Way." Meticulous liner notes and excellent sound complete this lovingly archival package.

1 Opel 6:24
2 Clowns and Jugglers 3:25
3 Rats 3:00
4 Golden Hair 1:42
5 Dolly Rocker 2:58
6 Word Song 3:17
7 Wined and Dined 3:02
8 Swan Lee (Silas Lang) 3:11
9 Birdie Hop 2:27
10 Let's Split 2:20
11 Lanky, Pt. 1 5:30
12 Wouldn't You Miss Me (Dark Globe) 2:58
13 Milky Way 3:05
14 Golden Hair [instrumental] 1:49




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OST - Naked Lunch

Howard Shore again masters the mood with this foray into the seamy underworld of William Burroughs. In this story about a place called Interzone, full of sinister centipedes and slimy "mugwumps," there is nothing better at giving listeners the creepy-crawlies than the depressing styles of what many could instantly identify as "beatnik" jazz. This is the music Burroughs and cronies like Allen Ginsberg cultivated to forge an anti-white-bread counterculture that was Ozzie and Harriet's worst nightmare. Shore re-creates this music as Ward Cleaver might have heard it way back when. To be even more authentic to the period, he collaborates with Ornette Coleman and also incorporates the Thelonious Monk composition "Misterioso." This soundtrack's best moments, however, occur when Shore drops the beat pose and just shines darkly.

1. Naked Lunch
2. Hauser And O'Brien / Bugpowder
3. Mugwumps
4. Centipede
5. The Black Meat
6. Simpatico / Misterioso
7. Fadela's Coven
8. Interzone Suite
9. William Tell
10. Mujahaddin
11. Intersong
12. Dr. Benway
13. Clark Nova Dies
14. Ballad / Joan
15. Cloquet's Parrots / Midnight Sunrise
16. Nothing Is True; Everything Is Permitted
17. Welcome To Annexia
18. Writeman




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Rammstein - Rosenrot

Mann Gegen Mann
Wo Bist Du
Stirb Nicht Vor Mir // Don't Die Before I Do
Hilf Mir
Te Quiero Puta!
Feuer Und Wasser
Ein Lied


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Bruce Springsteen - Singin' Our Birthday Song [Godfather 3CD]

Bruce Springsteen turned 56 on Sept 23rd. It has been a long, successful slog over 34 years since he started in 1971. He's been through the mill - fought and won a lawsuit to free himself from an early recording contract, married and divorced a celebrity-wannabe wife, changed his band in mid-career and reunited with them again and stayed true to his beliefs that music can transform and save lives.

By 1978, Bruce Springsteen had succeeded in America with two very strong albums behind him. On the last of this three night stand at the Capitol Theatre in Passaic, New Jersey, which was two days away from his 29th birthday, it was clear he had not only arrived but he wasn't following in anyone's footsteps, drawing his own map and legend. He never did fall victim to fashion, in fact he offered a genuine lo-fi, Americana album with Nebraska in 1982.

To celebrate his birthday, we offer this special show from the Darkness Tour. Highlights of this show include the final performance of Kitty's Back which he wouldn't play again until many years later. Also the trilogy of Racing In The Street, where Bruce flubs a line and chuckles in apology, a quiet moment to treasure; Thunder Road now a concert classic; and a rare performance of Meeting Across The River, a song about hope where a young man is desperate to convince himself he must choose a crooked path. At the show, this song was dedicated to Jon Landau. The rock critic who is best remembered as the man who pushed a struggling Springsteen into the limelight. Meeting Across The River has a similar theme of friendship.

His voice and his conviction is the attraction of this show. When Springsteen released his official live album, the four-LP Live 1975-1985 set, the bulk of the songs were chosen from his '80s concerts where the sound quality was much better but a bit of self-consciousness had already settled in. When he sings Born To Run here, you can't help but recognise your own aspirations as a young adult in the song - that we all are desperate to make our mark in our own way. To be young and to be our own self not forever standing in our father's shadow.

All the classic songs from Born To Run and Darkness On The Edge Of Town appear on this 1978 show together with rare covers of High School Confidential, Sweet Little Sixteen and an early celebration of Santa Claus Is Coming To Town. Fire and Because The Night, songs Springsteen gave away to The Pointer Sisters and Patti Smith, are also performed, which stretched this show to an almost marathon three hours.

The cover picture captures the moment on stage when Bruce receives his "present", a giant gift box and out popped a lingerie-clad nubile.

This concert originally appeared on the Scorpio label as The Bosses [sic] Birthday Party but the version on offer is the new Godfather release [2004] which is a remaster with some reduction in hiss. This show has never appeared in a complete form, there's a cut on the second to last song, 10th Avenue Freeze Out and still missing is the last song, Quarter To Three. It's still a near-excellent soundboard recording with a full bottom, nice stereo and clear vocals and instruments.

Disc 1
01 High School Confidential (5.1MB)
02 Badlands (7.3MB)
03 Spirit In The Night (9.3MB)
04 Darkness On The Edge Of Town (8.5MB)
05 Sweet Little Sixteen (6.2MB)
06 Independence Day (9.5MB)
07 The Promised Land (7.7MB)
08 Prove It All Night (14.7MB)
09 Racing In The Street (12.7MB)
10 Thunder Road (7.7MB)

Disc 2
01 Meeting Across The River (5.3MB)
02 Jungleland (13.4MB)
03 Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (6.6MB)
04 Fire (4.3MB)
05 Candy's Room (4.4MB)
06 Because The Night (10.7MB)
07 Point Blank (11.2MB)
08 Kitty's Back (19.8MB)
09 The Fever (13.4MB)

Disc 3
01 Incident On 57th Street (16.1MB)
02 Rosalita (Come Out Tonight) (14.5MB)
03 Born To Run (8.4MB)
04 10th Avenue Freeze Out (Fade Out) (2.9MB)

Disc 1

Disc 2

Disc 3



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1. Right Next Door To Hell
2. Dust And Bones
3. Live And Let Die
4. Don't Cry
5. Perfect Crime
6. You Ain't The First
7. Bad Obsession
8. Back Off Bitch
9. Double Talkin' Jive
10. November Rain
11. Garden
12. Garden Of Eden
13. Don't Damn Me
14. Bad Apple
15. Dead Horse
16. Coma

1. Civil War
2. 14 Years
3. Yesterdays
4. Knockin' On Heaven's Door
5. Get In The Ring
6. Shotgun Blues
7. Breakdown
8. Pretty Tied Up
9. Locomotive
10. So Fine
11. Estranged
12. You Could Be Mine
13. Don't Cry
14. My World



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Sunday, October 23, 2005

AC/DC Collection - 17 Albums

01-High Voltage
02-Dirty Deeds Done dirt Cheap
03-Let There Be Rock
05-If You Want Blood
06-Highway To Hell
07-Back In Black
08-For Those About To ROck
09-Flick Of The Switch
10-'74 Jailbreak
11-Fly On The Wall
12-Who Made Who
13-Blow Up Your Video
14-The Razor's Edge


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OST - Kill Bill Vol. 1 & 2

n its first teaser trailers, when it was still going to be released as a single film, Kill Bill was sold with the immortal teaser "In the year 2003 Uma Thurman is going to Kill Bill." Of course, Uma didn't come close to the messy business of killing Bill until early 2004, when the second part of Quentin Tarantino's grindhouse epic Kill Bill was released, but she sure started to kill in Kill Bill, Vol. 1, where the Bride, the character she created with QT, began her arduous revenge upon the five former colleagues that killed her fiancée at her wedding rehearsal, then left her for dead at the altar. As Tarantino plot lines go, this is the simplest yet, but revenge movies shouldn't be encumbered by deep subtext. Instead, he divided the film into chapters, giving him opportunity to play with both time and location, and then decided to shoot each chapter as a homage to a different kind of exploitation film — something that's reflected in the soundtrack. After Nancy Sinatra's torchy "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)" and Charlie Feathers' tough, swaggering rockabilly chestnut "That Certain Female" set the story and the mood, the record is devoted primarily to instrumental pieces that range from surging epics to the calm kitsch of Zamfir's "The Lonely Shepherd," to the intense funk pastiche of Tomoyasu Hotei's "Battle Without Honor or Humanity" (the song that kicks off nearly every trailer and ad for Kill Bill). The reduced presence of dialogue from the film — a hallmark of Tarantino soundtracks — is a reflection of the film, which places emphasis on action and visuals. Hell, even the tracks on the soundtrack have minimal lyrics, consisting largely of instrumentals. This gives it more of a meandering feeling, and the soundtrack kind of peters out, ending in two quick excerpts of futuristic electro music by Quincy Jones and Neu!, then a gaggle of sound effects and kung fu hits. Nevertheless, its cavalcade of contradictory moods has its own coherence, and is more musical than most pop music soundtracks. Plus, this has no familiar material, nor does it have anything that would be a single on Clear Channel, which is why it works as an album of its own — it doesn't just reflect the movie; it follows its own logic, and displays fearless imagination. It makes you hungry for Vol. 2, both the movie and soundtrack.

Vol 1
01 Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) Nancy Sinatra 2:40
02 That Certain Female Charlie Feathers 3:02
03 The Grand Duel - (Parte Prima) Luis Bacalov 3:24
04 Twisted Nerve Bernard Herrmann 1:27
05 Queen of the Crime Council Lucy Liu, Julie Dreyfus 0:57
06 Ode to Oren Ishii RZA 2:05
07 Run Fay Fun Isaac Hayes 2:46
08 Green Hornet Theme Al Hirt 2:18
09 Battle Without Honor or Humanity Tomoyasu Hotei 2:28
10 Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood Santa Esmeralda 10:30
11 Woo Hoo Five Six Seven Eight's 1:59
12 Crane/White Lightning RZA, Charles Bernstein 1:37
13 The Flower of Carnage Meiko Kaji 3:52
14 The Lonely Shepherd Zamfir 4:20
15 You're My Wicked Life David Carradine, Julie Dreyfus, Uma Thurman 1:14
16 Ironside [excerpt] Quincy Jones 0:16
17 Super 16 [excerpt] Neu 1:06
18 Yakuza Oren 1 RZA 0:22
19 Banister Fight RZA 0:21
20 Flip Sting 0:04
21 Sword Swings 0:05
22 Axe Throws 0:00

One of the great pleasures of a Quentin Tarantino soundtrack is knowing that it won't be a standard modern-day soundtrack, filled with filler and acts that the label is trying to break. Instead, it will consist of music that even hardcore record collectors will find unusual or at least ripe for revival. The soundtrack to the first volume of his revenge epic Kill Bill blended those two inclinations, but the soundtrack to the second film is almost nothing but unusual music. Some names are familiar, but the music isn't — there are three selections from Ennio Morricone, rockabilly cult hero Charlie Feathers makes his second Kill Bill appearance, Johnny Cash's latter-day "A Satisfied Man" is here, and Malcolm McLaren's "About Her" is a clever trip-hop spin on the Zombies' "She's Not There." The rest is devoted to music that sounds like the soundtrack to a Mexican spaghetti Western, which really isn't all that far off from what large parts of Kill Bill, Vol. 2 actually is. This makes for a unified soundtrack album, but one that lacks the immediate impact of Kill Bill, Vol. 1, since nothing is as gripping upon the first listen as the haunting "Twisted Nerve," the mesmerizing funk of "Battle Without Honor or Humility," or the crazed intensity of the's' version of "Woo Hoo." That said, it is cinematic, unpredictable, and absorbing, gaining resonance after a viewing of the film, as all good soundtracks do; it only pales in comparison to its predecessor, which was good not just as a soundtrack, but as an album of its own account.

Vol. 2
01 A Few Words from the Bride Uma Thurman 0:42
02 Goodnight Moon Shivaree 4:03
03 Il Tramonto Ennio Morricone 1:15
04 Can't Hardly Stand It Charlie Feathers 2:48
05 Tu Mirá [Edit] Lole, Manuel 4:00
06 Summertime Killer Luis Bacalov 3:39
07 The Chase Alan Reeves, Phil Steele, Philip Brigham 1:03
08 The Legend of Pai Mei David Carradine, Uma Thurman, 2:06
09 L' Arena Ennio Morricone 4:46
10 A Satisfied Mind Johnny Cash 2:50
11 A Silhouette of Doom Ennio Morricone 2:54
12 About Her Malcom McLaren 4:49
13 Truly and Utterly Bill David Carradine, Uma Thurman, 0:47
14 Malaguena Salerosa Chingon 4:05
15 Urami Bushi Meiko Kaji 6:27

Vol. 1

Vol. 2


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Usher - 8701

01 - Intro-lude 8701
02 - U Remind Me
03 - I Don’t Know featuring P. Diddy
04 - Twork It Out
05 - U Got It Bad
06 - If I Want To
07 - I Can’t Let U Go
08 - U Don’t Have To Call
09 - Without U (interlude)
10 - Can U Help Me
11 - How Do I Say
12 - Hottest Thin
13 - Good Ol’ Ghetto
14 - U-Turn
15 - U R The One


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Bizet's Carmen Highlights - Gheorghiu Alagna & Mula Hampson, Opera

1. Carmen: Act 1 Prelude "Les toréadors"
2. Carmen: Avec la garde montante "Children's Chorus"
3. Carmen: L'amour est un oiseau rebelle "Habanera"
4. Carmen: Parle-moi de ma mère
5. Carmen: Près des ramparts de Seville "Seguidilla"
6. Carmen: Les tringles des sistres tintaient "Gypsy Song"
7. Carmen: Votre toast je peu vous le rendre "Toreador Song"
8. Carmen: Nous avons en tête une affaire
9. Carmen: La fleur que tu m'avais jetée "Flower song"
10. Carmen: Mêlons! Coupons! [Card Scene]
11. Carmen: C'est des contrebandiers
12. Carmen: Les voici! Les voici!
13. Carmen: Tu ne m'aimes donc plus




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VA - Dream Dance vol. 37

1. Dream Dance - Alliance Bells Of Heaven (Original Mix)
2. Blank & Jones - Revealed (Classic Trance Mix)
3. DJ Shog - Don't Stop (Edit)
4. DJ Dean - Music Is My Life (DJ Merlin & DJ C - Bass ...
5. Dj Klubbingman - Love Message (Klubbstylerz Remix)
6. Groove Coverage - Holy Virgin (Radio Edit)
7. Cascada - How Do You Do (Megara / DJ Lee Remix)
8. Shaun Backer - Xplode 2 (Melino Radio Edit)
9. Pulsedriver - Neptuna (Galaxy Pt 2)
10. Lliquid Spill - Chase The Light
11. Cosmic Gate - The Drums
12. Ernesto / Bastian - Dark Side Of The Moon (DJ Shog RMX)
13. DJ Sammy - Why (Radio Edit)
14. ATB - Humanity
15. 4 Strings - Desire (Original Mix Edit)
16. Filo & Peri - Dance With A Devil (DJ Shog Remix)
17. Groove Agents - The Day That I Die (Radio Edit)
18. Vinylshakerz - Club Tropicana (Vinylshakerz Screen Cut)
19. Conways - A Walk In The Park 2005 (Rewalked)
20. Danzel - Put Your Hands Up In The Air
21. Room 5 - Make Luv (Laurent Konrad Remix)

1. Tiesto - UR (Junkie XL Mix Edit / Aqualung)
2. Armin Van / Gabriel & Dresden Buuren - Zocalo (Original)
3. Kyau / Albert - Kiksu
4. Nalin & Kane - Open Your Eyes (Markus Schulz Remix Edit)
5. Yahel - Liquid Love (Michael Tsukerman RMX)
6. Ayu - Unite! (Airwave Edit)
7. Kay Stone - Alone (Radio Version)
8. Andy Moor - Halcyon (Alex M. O. R. P. H. Remix Edit)
9. Duderstadt - Mahananda ( Mystery Islands Radio Cut)
10. Sebastian Ronski Speed & Sand - Sole Survivor (Ronski Speed Edit)
11. Duende - Ilimatado (Radio Cut)
12. Kenny Hayes - Ibiza Sky (Alex M. O. R. P. H. Mix)
13. Basement Clash - Hidden Island (Edit)
14. Mike Koglin - Sequential (Original Mix Edit / Jono Grant)
15. Kuffdam & Plant - Summerdream (PVD Remix Edit)
16. Marc Van Linden - Forbidden Love (A - Cut)
17. Volition - The Spell (Vengeance Mix)
18. Jin Sensorica / Key - Only One (Rave Mix)
19. Kindervater - Sternenweg 5 (DJ Shog's 2 Faces Mix)
20. Bart Claessen - Playmo (1St Play)
21. Marcel Woods - Advanced (Short Mix)


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Cypress Hill - IV

[01] Looking Through The Eye of a Pig 04:06
[02] Checkmate 03:36
[03] From The Window of My Room 05:00
[04] Prelude to a Come Up 03:25
[05] Riot Starter 04:17
[06] Audio X 03:19
[07] Steel Magnolia 03:31
[08] I Remember That Freak bi** (From The Cl 05:22
[09] Nothin' to Lose 03:54
[10] Tequila Sunrise 04:44
[11] Dead Men Tell No Tales 02:48
[12] Feature Presentation 03:45
[13] You're The sh*t 04:25
[14] 16 Men Till There's No Men Left 04:20
[15] High Times 04:13
[16] Clash of The Titans 04:46
[17] Lightning Strikes 05:54
[18] Case Closed 02:01


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Dave Koz and friends - A Smooth Jazz Christmas

Cohesiveness is what separates this all-star Christmas release from the others. During the last four years, Dave Koz, vocalist Brenda Russell, pianist David Benoit, guitarist Peter White, and trumpeter Rick Braun have hit the road spreading holiday cheer among the smooth-jazz masses and their collaborative ease is palpable throughout these 14 tracks. Benoit is featured on "Hark the Herald Angels Sing," while Koz adds one of his best solos. Braun has the spotlight on "Little Drummer Boy," where Benoit shines too, and White highlights "Silent Night." All five players are credited for arrangements on most tracks, the craftiest of which is the '50's doo-wop of "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," where you can almost hear the Drifters singing in the background. Russell also does a holiday version of her hit "Get Here," which is as powerful now as it was 10 years ago during the Gulf War.

--1: Smooth Jazz Christmas Overture: Let It Snow / Winter Wonderland / What Child Is This (Greensleeves) / Angels We Have Heard On High / Jingle Bells / Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
--2: Christmas Song
--3: O Tannenbaum / Sleigh Ride
--4: Silent Night
--5: Beneath The Moonlit Sky
--6: Little Drummer Boy
--7: Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
--8: December Makes Me Feel This Way
--9: Boogie Woogie Santa Claus
--10: Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
--11: White Christmas
--12: Eight Candles (A Song For Hanukkah)
--13: Get Here (For The Holidays)
--14: Twas The Night Before Christmas







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Saturday, October 22, 2005

Paco de Lucia - Solo Quiero Caminar (1986)

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Flamenco, Contemporary Flamenco

1. Solo Quiero Caminar
2. La Tumbona
3. Convite
4. Montino
5. Chanela
6. Monasterio De Sal
7. Pinonate
8. Palenque



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John Lennon - Accustic Album [2004]

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Since John never got around to doing an acoustic collection, the task has fallen to Yoko Ono, who's pulled together 16 skeletal Lennon tracks, including seven previously unreleased selections. Of particular note are riveting newly surfaced Plastic Ono Band demos of "Well Well Well," "God," and "My Mummy's Dead," and a harsher-than-the-electric version of "Cold Turkey." Three early '70s live recordings and a smattering of later demos flesh out the collection.

1. Working Class Hero
2. Love
3. Well Well Well
4. Look At Me
5. God
6. My Mummy's Dead
7. Cold Turkey
8. The Luck Of The Irish
9. John Sinclair
10. Woman Is The Nigger Of The World
11. What You Got
12. Watching The Wheels
13. Dear Yoko
14. Real Love
15. Imagine
16. It's Real
17. I'm a Man



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Dexy's Midnight Runners - Too-Rye-Ay (1982), 80s Pop, Celtic Folk, Blue-Eyed Soul

Dexy's Midnight Runners are best known in America as one of new wave's ultimate one-hit wonders, thanks to their 1982 number-one smash "Come on Eileen," a distinctive fusion of '80s pop, Celtic folk, and blue-eyed soul. In the U.K., however, they earned a fair amount of critical acclaim, and made a greater impression on the public consciousness with their frequent changes in sound, wardrobe, and personnel.
Dexy's were formed in 1978 by singer/guitarist/songwriter Kevin Rowland and singer/guitarist Kevin "Al" Archer (who changed his first name to avoid confusion). Both had been members of the Birmingham, England, punk band the Killjoys, and Rowland, who was ethnically Irish, had split his childhood between London, Ireland, and Birmingham, and soaked up the influence of Irish folk and the so-called Northern soul music popular in the Midlands. Seeking a new direction, Rowland and Archer decided to put together a full-fledged soul outfit, and named it after the stimulant Dexedrine, a popular drug on the northern soul scene (despite the strict no-drinking-or-drugs policy Rowland later imposed on the band). The lineup eventually settled on trombonist Big Jim Paterson, tenor saxophonist Geoff Blythe, alto saxophonist Steve "Babyface" Spooner, keyboardist Mick Talbot (who replaced Pete Saunders, was once a member of the Merton Parkas, and later joined the Style Council), bassist Pete Williams, and drummer Andy "Stoker" Growcott (who replaced Bobby Junior). Acutely image-conscious, Rowland tried to reflect the band's working-class roots by dressing them as New York dockworkers, with a wardrobe lifted straight from the Martin Scorsese/Robert DeNiro film Mean Streets. The band struggled financially at first, especially given its large membership, and according to legend, Rowland organized (or at least encouraged) shoplifting expeditions to make ends meet.

Dexy's didn't take long to release their first single; "Dance Stance" (aka "Burn It Down"), an attack on anti-Irish discrimination, appeared on EMI in 1979, but only scraped the lower reaches of the charts. However, their next single "Geno," a tribute to American-born soul singer Geno Washington (who'd made his career in the U.K.), went all the way to the top of the British charts in early 1980. Dissatisfied with their share of the profits, the band stole the completed master tapes of their debut album, Searching for the Young Soul Rebels, and successfully reworked their deal. When the album was released later in 1980, it caused a sensation. With their bright, tuneful, horn-heavy take on Memphis soul (which predated Paul Weller's similar transformation of the Jam), Dexy's were hailed as British rock's return to an organic, soulful sound in the post-punk/new wave era. Their third single, "There There My Dear," became a Top Ten hit, but Rowland insisted on following it with the inadvisable single choice of "Keep It, Part Two," which flopped. This was the last straw for most of the band, which had grown tired of Rowland's control-freak leadership and restlessness. Archer left to form the Blue Ox Babes, and most of the rest of the group wound up in the Bureau, leaving only trombonist Paterson with Rowland.

Rowland and Paterson regrouped Dexy's, adding guitarist/banjoist Kevin "Billy" Adams (again renamed), drummer Seb Shelton (ex-Secret Affair), keyboardist Mickey Billingham, alto saxophonist Brian Maurice, tenor saxophonist Paul Speare, and bassist Giorgio Kilkenny (who replaced Steve Wynne). After the 1981 single "Plan B" (which featured a new wardrobe of boxing boots and ponytails), the new lineup left EMI and signed to Mercury. Their first single for the label, "Show Me," became a Top 20 hit, but the follow-up "Liars A to E" flopped, and Rowland considered modifying the group's approach. Allegedly, he heard a demo tape of Archer's folk-influenced Blue Ox Babes material, and decided to reinvent Dexy's in a similar fashion. He infuriated the Babes by not only borrowing from their sound, but recruiting violinist Helen O'Hara out of their lineup; he also added Steve Brennan and Roger MacDuff on the same instrument. The second Dexy's album, Too-Rye-Ay, was released in 1982, and while their soul sound was still easily audible, it was now sitting alongside a strong Irish folk influence, making for a striking hybrid. The makeover was accompanied by yet another wardrobe change, this time to a scruffy gypsy/hobo image that wound up changing the standard of acceptable dress at many a restrictive London club. Dexy's introduced their new sound on the single "The Celtic Soulbrothers," which was a mild success; however, the follow-up "Come on Eileen" was a smash, becoming their second British number one. A few months later, helped along by the group's highly visual, MTV-ready appeal, "Come on Eileen" broke in America and went all the way to number one there as well. With their new, folky direction thus established, the entire horn section (even the loyal Paterson) departed in the summer of 1982, as did keyboardist Billingham. Unfortunately, at the peak of the group's success, the rest of the lineup proved unstable as well, due in part to rifts with Rowland; eventually, the core of the group was whittled down to Rowland, guitarist Adams, and violinist O'Hara.

Rowland took Dexy's to New York to work on the follow-up album, which -- slowed by his perfectionism -- took a year and a half to record. In the meantime, EMI released the singles compilation Geno in 1983. Paterson re-joined the group when Rowland decided to blend his soul and folk phases more thoroughly, and the rest of the instrumentation was filled out by hired session musicians. When Don't Stand Me Down was finally released in 1985, Rowland insisted that no singles were to be pulled from the album, wanting it to stand as a cohesive piece of work in the manner of '70s LPs. As a result, it sold much more poorly than expected, and wasn't helped by lackluster reviews that slammed Rowland's attempts at Van Morrison-esque poetry. After a few weeks, a panicked Mercury -- who'd spent quite a bit of money to make the record -- released "This Is What She's Like" as a single, but the damage was already done. One last single, "Because of You," charted in 1986 after being used as the theme to a British TV show, but with Don't Stand Me Down having bombed, the group disbanded. Rowland mounted a solo career and returned in 1988 with The Wanderer, a mellow record flavored with country and lounge-pop, which failed to sell. A disheartened Rowland spent the next few years in a deep depression, fighting off bankruptcy and cocaine addiction. In 1996, he signed with Creation as a solo artist, but in typically idiosyncratic fashion, his comeback effort was an all-covers album; My Beauty was released in 1999 and sold abominably, probably not helped by Rowland's new wardrobe of dresses and suspenders. Meanwhile, ska-punk revivalists Save Ferris covered "Come on Eileen" for a U.S. hit in 1997, a testament more to the song's enduring popularity than to the imagination of their rearrangement.

1) The Celtic Soul Brothers (More, Please, Thank You)
2) Lets Wake This Precious
3) All In All (This One Wild Last Waltz)
4) Jackie Wison Said (I'm In Heaven When You Smile)
5) Old
6) Plan B
7) I'll Show You
8) Liars In An E
9) Until I Believe
10) Come On Eileen


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