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John Denver A Songs Best Friend The Very Best Of 2004 FLAC



Twisted Sister was an American heavy metal band originally from Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey, and later based on Long Island, New York.[1][2] Their best-known songs include "We're Not Gonna Take It" and "I Wanna Rock", both of which were associated with music videos noted for their sense of slapstick humor.




John Denver A Songs Best Friend The Very Best Of 2004 FLAC


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Jackson sought me out a few years ago. He didn't need my help, but I was glad for his presence and the many contributions he made to the songs we have written together. He lights up the room when his mojo kicks in and the ideas start to flow. Then he takes his notes and his work tapes to some secret laboratory hidden deep in the Rocky Mountains (or maybe to his mancave at his home in Carbondale, Colorado) and keeps the best parts, discards the lesser parts, and exercises the hard-won wisdom to know the difference. The result is what we call music, friends, and I am a big fan of the music of Jackson Emmer!


flac ---> =1340222[img= _2...Uzeda - The Peel SessionsLabel:Strange FruitCatalog#: SFPSCD-090Format: CDCountry:UKReleased:1994Style: Math RockPersonnel:Davide Oliveri - DrumsGianni Nicosia - GuitarsGiovanna Cacciola - VocalsRaffaele Gulisano - BassAgostino Tilotta - GuitarsRecorded 8/5/94 Produced by Mike Engles. Engineer Adam Askew.All songs by UzedaLyrics by Giovanna CacciolaTracklisting:01 It Happened There02 Well Paid03 Higher Than Me04 Save My Snakes05 Spread06 Slow(07 New Fast -- credited on cover but track 07 not included on cd)Ripping Lineage: Power Mac G4 MDD / Drive 'HL-DT-ST' Model 'DVD-RW GCA-4020B' Revision 'D031' Silver --> converted to WAV using xAct 1.59 (cdda2wav 2.01a32) --> converted to MP3 using iTunes-LAME 2.0.8 (lame 3.97 installed as separate) -V0 --vbr-newUzeda Interview excerpts from Southern.com Rob: Uzeda has done several Peel sessions and seems to be a favourite of John Peel. How did these sessions come about and what was it like to perform in that context?Uzeda: John Peel had our Waters album through a couple of British friends. He loved the music and then he offered Uzeda to go play at the BBC in London in a session for his program at Radio One. It was on May '94. After the performance John suggested to Strange Fruit to put out the Uzeda Peel session on record. That was in October '94. In the same period Peel launched by radio a public, official invitation to Uzeda to come back for a second session that was done on November '94. To perform in that context has been for Uzeda a great opportunity to propose our music to a different audience with a different culture. We were so excited and so grateful to be in those studios where a lot of bands were before. Part of the history of rock music goes through the Peel sessions at the BBC Radio One...and we were there, Uzeda, a band from Catania, Sicily, so far, from thousands of miles away. Sorry, maybe it's a little bit romantic! Notes from dotdashThere are 7 tracks' titles indicated on back cover, but cd includes only 6 tracks. information got from gracenote-cddb was first 6 tracks name (freedb doesn't have information for this cd), i'm not sure this gracenote information is correct or not. (at least first 4 tracks name are correct. Possibility: Track 05 is medley of "Spread" and "Slow", Track 06 is "New Fast". but i'm really not sure so i left information got from gracenote.)Uzeda - Touch and Go 25th Anniversary =NM_5wmkfEZESave My Snakes =WgAp331yRocOiNK.me.uk/details.php?id=1340223&hit=1


mp3 ---> =1340223[img= _2...Uzeda - The Peel SessionsLabel:Strange FruitCatalog#: SFPSCD-090Format: CDCountry:UKReleased:1994Style: Math RockPersonnel:Davide Oliveri - DrumsGianni Nicosia - GuitarsGiovanna Cacciola - VocalsRaffaele Gulisano - BassAgostino Tilotta - GuitarsRecorded 8/5/94 Produced by Mike Engles. Engineer Adam Askew.All songs by UzedaLyrics by Giovanna CacciolaTracklisting:01 It Happened There02 Well Paid03 Higher Than Me04 Save My Snakes05 Spread06 Slow(07 New Fast -- credited on cover but track 07 not included on cd)Ripping Lineage: Power Mac G4 MDD / Drive 'HL-DT-ST' Model 'DVD-RW GCA-4020B' Revision 'D031' Silver --> converted to WAV using xAct 1.59 (cdda2wav 2.01a32) --> converted to FLAC8 with verify using xAct 1.59 (flac 1.1.3) Uzeda Interview excerpts from Southern.com Rob: Uzeda has done several Peel sessions and seems to be a favourite of John Peel. How did these sessions come about and what was it like to perform in that context?Uzeda: John Peel had our Waters album through a couple of British friends. He loved the music and then he offered Uzeda to go play at the BBC in London in a session for his program at Radio One. It was on May '94. After the performance John suggested to Strange Fruit to put out the Uzeda Peel session on record. That was in October '94. In the same period Peel launched by radio a public, official invitation to Uzeda to come back for a second session that was done on November '94. To perform in that context has been for Uzeda a great opportunity to propose our music to a different audience with a different culture. We were so excited and so grateful to be in those studios where a lot of bands were before. Part of the history of rock music goes through the Peel sessions at the BBC Radio One...and we were there, Uzeda, a band from Catania, Sicily, so far, from thousands of miles away. Sorry, maybe it's a little bit romantic! Notes from dotdashThere are 7 tracks' titles indicated on back cover, but cd includes only 6 tracks. information got from gracenote-cddb was first 6 tracks name (freedb doesn't have information for this cd), i'm not sure this gracenote information is correct or not. (at least first 4 tracks name are correct. Possibility: Track 05 is medley of "Spread" and "Slow", Track 06 is "New Fast". but i'm really not sure so i left information got from gracenote.)Uzeda - Touch and Go 25th Anniversary =NM_5wmkfEZESave My Snakes =WgAp331yRocOiNK.me.uk/details.php?id=1340222&hit=1


[img= From _%28Savatage_al...Sirens is Savatage's debut album, originally released in 1983. It is much heavier than later Savatage albums, being closer to thrash, power and speed metal than the bands more recent progressive style.The track Out on the Streets was later re-recorded by the band on their 1986 album, Fight for the Rock.allmusic.com review by Geoff Orens:In their early years, Savatage was one of the premier death metal acts in America and their debut album, Sirens, helped catapult them to a major-label record deal. Lead singer Jon Oliva shrieks and moans over thumping, prominent bass by Keith Collins, excellent drumming from Steve Wacholz, and fine raw metal guitar from Criss Oliva. The first three songs show the band at their tightest. The title track opens with bells and wind chimes before the group kicks into an intense song about the mythical Sirens. Savatage was always different from the rest of the pack and instead of reveling in gruesome or satanic lyrics, they often seemed more interested in storytelling. As such on "Holocaust" and "I Believe," the tone is more cautionary in tone than exploitive. Such is not the case with "Scream Murder," which is more typical of the genre. Elsewhere, the band slows down the pace with "On the Run" on which Jon Oliva does his best Robert Plant impression over a churning rhythm section. Although the album has its weaker moments -- the group seems to run out of musical and lyrical ideas about halfway through the record -- it closes on a fine note with "Out on the Streets," which with its romantic, yearning lyrics and emotional delivery pointed the way to Savatage's future.Track Listing:1. 3:40 Sirens2. 4:36 Holocaust3. 5:28 I Believe4. 2:41 Rage5. 3:31 On The Run6. 3:39 Twisted Little Sister7. 3:20 Living For The Night8. 3:50 Scream Murder9. 5:12 Out On The Streets10. 4:37 Lady In Disguise11. 3:38 The MessageCredits * Vocals & Piano: Jon Oliva * All Guitars, Back-up Vocals: Criss Oliva * Bass, Backing Vocals: Keith Collins * Drums, Percussion: Steve Wacholzsecure EAC log includedFLAC also available upon requestOiNK.me.uk/details.php?id=1340217&hit=1


Dubwise was kind enough to send me this LP to rerip.So I did, and here it is.It is interesting to compare the two versions. Mine has more trebleenergy. His has much more bass energy. The "truth" probably liessomeplace in between. If you happen to have both, and compare them,let us know what you think.Anyway, here you go.Enjoy!Black Slate - Sirens in the City - 1981Polygram-Vertigo VOG-1-330601 Sirens In The City.flac02 Live A Life.flac03 I Love You Still.flac04 Reggae Everytime.flac05 Message To Mr. Susman.flac06 Dread In The House.flac07 Winners.flac08 Rockers' Palace.flac09 Zion.flacThis is not Black Slate's best work IMO but it is still a nice album.OiNK.me.uk/details.php?id=1342859&hit=1


1 - NegativeTraditionally PACrec CDs have dropped in bunches and this new November onslaught is no different...but I decided to focus my energies on Damion Romero's new one tonight and hand in my report on the other two (Envenomist and Roman Torment) at a later date. Gotta spread the love around. Romero was last featured in these "e-pages" as part of the incredible "California" 10xLP set, and if you're still not knowing, is the brawn (and possibly the brains!) behind highly influential/destructive units like Speculum Fight, Slug and Astromero. I do believe this is Romero's first solo release of the year but feel free to correct me if I'm wrong. And, like seemingly everything Romero touches on, it's a co-release with his own P-Tapes label - number 31 to be exact which might indicate that it was recorded some time ago since P-Tapes are currently up to number 67 or so."Negative" is one thirty-minute long piece that opens with the sound of falling rain and passing cars but gets disrupted rather quickly by a few blitzkriegs of distorted sound, drop-outs and static rushes. A slow rumble forms on the horizon and pretty soon Romero builds up a wavering electro-drone terminally disturbed by occasional gasps of static, feedback and varying transmissions. And all the while if you listen hard enough you can still hear the rain in the background...I think. As I've found in a lot of Romero's work, there's a bizarre affecting sense of humanity behind his machine-made drones that's hard to explain. It's like if you gave somebody a set of instruments exactly the same as what Romero played and instructed that person to recreate what's heard, it wouldn't sound a thing like what you hear on "Negative". It's like sneaking along underneath the harsh tones found on the surface is a whole other set of compositions and ragas coming into play, just out of reach to everybody else but still managing to alter the listening experience vastly. It's like raiiiiyaiiin on your wedding day, it's a freeee riiiiide when you've already paiiiid. You know? No, you don't, but you will when you come to your senses and scope this one out. Dotted throughout the lengthy piece are occasional blurts of electro/synth gabber and blather, buried just enough so they cause more intrigue than annoyance (although there are a couple points when the sound cuts out altogether and promptly resumes as if the CD were skipping and maybe Romero's fucked up noise towers have just that kind of effect on the wimpy devices called upon to reproduce his tunes). By far the best part of the whole journey is the end (as is usually the case) but I mean that in no way as a slight or anything like that...but when the burrowing roar diminishes and the rain/car engine combo once again fills your headphones it's like a wash of relief, knowing you made it out on the other side safely and can't wait to take the ride again. In fact you could almost make a case that Romero's sound is like traffic itself - all identifiable sounds partially obscuring other identifiable sounds.If all this sounds like a load of balderdash to you, then I can only say that you'll understand when you hear it. And if you don't, play it again. I listened to "Negative" four times in a row and never once didn't enjoy every minute of it. And not in the lame masochistic sense either that's sometimes attached to noise releases...heck I'm hard-pressed to even call "Negative" noise despite the fact that it so obviously is. It's just so excellently composed, as the finest so-called noise always is. If you find yourself staring at the massive PACrec/Troniks catalogue trying to figure out what to order, start with this one. Then add anything else because you really can't go wrong anyway.OiNK.me.uk/details.php?id=1347520&hit=1


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