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    51wAQyqRzIL._SS500.jpg320 kbps | 118 MB | LINKS

    1. Time Of The Innocent (3:43)
    2. Anne-Christine (3:45)
    3. Bittersweet Love (3:27)
    4. I Do (4:06)
    5. Hazelville (5:13)
    6. Run To You (4:25)
    7. A Good Song On Repeat (4:12)
    8. Now I Am Ready (4:04)
    9. As Long As It Ain’t Me (4:51)
    10. Herstory (3:21)
    11. Requiem (5:00)
    12. More Like Me In Heaven (4:48)

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    The Brilliant Corners - Heart On Your Sleeve - A Decade In Pop 1983-1993 [2CD Remastered Set] (2013)

    Artist: The Brilliant Corners
    Title Of Album: Heart On Your Sleeve - A Decade In Pop 1983-1993
    Year Of Release: 2013
    Label (Catalog#): Cherry Red Records [CDBRED554]
    Country: UK
    Genre: Indie Pop/Rock, Alternative
    Quality: FLAC (tracks,cue,log)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 2:34:04
    Full Size: 1.04 gb
    Upload: Turbobit

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    Chris de Burgh - Spark to a Flame (The Very Best of) (1998)

    ???????????: Chris de Burgh
    ??????: Spark to a Flame (The Very Best of)
    ???: 1998
    ????: Soft Rock, Pop Rock
    ??????: FLAC (image, 856 kbps, cue, log, scans)
    ??????: 446 MB (3% ??????????????)
    ????????????: 68:34
    Upload: Gigapeta, Turbobit

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    VA - Smash Hits - Love Songs [3CD Set] (2018)

    Artist: Various Artists
    Title Of Album: Smash Hits - Love Songs
    Year Of Release: 2018
    Label (Catalog#): Rhino [9029569452]
    Genre: Pop, Soul, Pop Rock
    Quality: FLAC (tracks,cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 3:45:46
    Full Size: 1.58 gb
    Upload: Turbobit

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    W.E.T. - Earthrage [Japanese Edition] (2018)

    ???????????: W.E.T.
    ??????: Sweden
    ??????: Earthrage [Japanese Edition]
    ????: Melodic Hard Rock
    ????????: King Record Co. [KICP 1896]
    ???: 2018
    ??????: FLAC (*image + .cue,log, covers)
    ??????: 413Mb
    ??????: Turbobit | GigaPeta (3% ?? ??????????????)

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    51ibRcgqXZL._SS500.jpg320 kbps | 77 MB | LINKS

    01. I’ll Sing You a Song
    02. Interlude I
    03. Old Chairs to Mend
    04. Interlude II
    05. Once I Saw a Little Bird
    06. Interlude III
    07. Boys and Girls Come Out to Play
    08. Interlude IV
    09. Here We Go
    10. Interlude V
    11. Johnny Come Give Me Your Fiddle
    12. Interlude VI
    13. O Who Is so Merry?
    14. Interlude VII
    15. Bird, O Bird
    16. Interlude VIII
    17. We’re All in the Dumps
    18. Interlude IX
    19. The North Wind Doth Blow
    20. Interlude X
    21. Cheer Up
    22. Interlude XI
    23. Monday Alone
    24. Interlude XII
    25. Quiet the Night, Soft Is the Breeze

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    Chambao - Con Otro Aire (2007)
    Artist: Chambao
    Title Of Album: Con Otro Aire
    Release Date: 2007
    Location: Spain
    Label: Sony BMG (88697190092)
    Genre: Flamenco, Ambient, Latin
    Quality: FLAC (image+.cue+covers)
    Length: 41:51 min
    Tracks: 11
    Total Size: 317 MB (+5%)

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    Judas Priest - Turbo (Japan Edition) (2012)
    Artist: Judas Priest
    Title Of Album: Turbo (Japan Edition)
    Release Date: 2012 (1986)
    Location: United Kingdom
    Label: Sony Records (SICP 3400)
    Genre: Heavy Metal
    Quality: FLAC (image+.cue+covers)
    Length: 50:19 min
    Tracks: 11
    Total Size: 573 MB (+5%)

    Turbo is the tenth studio album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest, released by Columbia on 14 April 1986. A remastered CD was released in 2001, including two bonus tracks. A 30th anniversary edition, released on 3 February 2017 titled Turbo 30, contains 3 CDs which features the album (excluding the 2001 bonus tracks) plus 2 CDs of a live recorded performance at the Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Missouri on 22 May 1986. The album marked the band's first use of guitar synthesizers.

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    Walter Trout & The Radicals - Go The Distance (2001)
    Artist: Walter Trout & The Radicals
    Title Of Album: Go The Distance
    Release Date: 2001
    Location: USA
    Label: Ruf Records (ruf 1067), Germany
    Genre: Blues-Rock
    Quality: APE (image+.cue+covers)
    Length: 63:10 min
    Tracks: 13
    Total Size: 484 MB (+5%)

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    Harold Mabern - The Iron Man: Live at Smoke (2018)
    Artist: Harold Mabern
    Title Of Album: The Iron Man: Live at Smoke
    Release Date: 2018
    Location: USA
    Label: Smoke Sessions Records (SSR-1807)
    Genre: Soul Jazz, Hard Bop, Piano Jazz
    Quality: FLAC (image+.cue+covers)
    Length: 01:43:12 min
    Tracks: 14 (2CD)
    Total Size: 681 MB (+5%)

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    The Crawling - Wolves And The Hideous White (2018)
    Artist: The Crawling
    Title Of Album: Wolves And The Hideous White
    Release Date: 2018
    Location: Ireland
    Label: GrindScene Records (GSR032)
    Genre: Doom Metal, Death Metal
    Quality: FLAC (image+.cue+covers)
    Length: 35:42 min
    Tracks: 6
    Total Size: 299 MB (+5%)

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  • 01/04/19--06:13: Doro - Doro (1990)
  • Doro - Doro (1990)

    ???????????: Doro
    ??????: Germany
    ??????: Doro
    ????????! ? ??? ??? ???? ??? ????????? ???????? ??????.

    ????: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
    ??? ??????: 1990
    ????????: (CD-Rip) Vertigo (846 194-2)
    ??????: 910 kbps FLAC (image. cue. log. CD scans)
    ??????: 323.06 Mb
    ?????????????: Turbobit/Gigapeta

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    Thrashist Regime - Carnival Of Monsters (2018)

    ???????????: Thrashist Regime
    ??????: UK
    ??????: Carnival Of Monsters
    ????: Thrash Metal
    ????????: Fat Hippy Records [FH95THRG2]
    ???: 2018
    ??????: FLAC (*image + .cue,log, covers)
    ??????: 463Mb
    ??????: Turbobit | GigaPeta (3% ?? ??????????????)

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  • 01/04/19--07:11: M.E.Baird – Time (2018)
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    M.E. Baird’s follow up solo album and 5th long player, TIME is a tad more upbeat. At its core the album is a lyrical and sonic journey through age, experience and a testament to the passing of ‘time’. The tracks on TIME individually explore varied sub texts ranging from belonging, coming of age, corruption, migration, fortune, misfortune, contempt, loneliness and the joy of being alone.

    All tracks for the album were written in the winter of 2016 and recording of the album began in the following winter. The album was recorded at Wild Mountain Sound Studio, Brisbane located amongst the sublime beauty of Mt Nebo’s Eucalyptus forests. The album was produced by producer/musician, Jamie Trevaskis. Jamie and M.E. Baird had mused for some time about recording a new album together, with Jamie playing a leading and creative role in the co- production of the album. When recording began it became instantly clear that Jamie, as a collaborator was be able to transport the songs sonically into a universe far beyond the ordinary.

    It was important for the songs narrative to tell Jamie Trevaskis where the song/story needed to go sonically. Where a song needed to be tough, it had to be threatening, where it needed to be honest, it needed to be candid, where there was tenderness, it must be achingly forgiving and where there’s was anger, it’s uncompromised. It was creatively vital that the album not pander to any genre, audience or expectations, of course, there is some hat tipping and influences evident; it would be arrogant to pretend otherwise. Both Jamie and M.E. Baird wanted to show that it is an album born of maturity, rigour, determination, and patience.

    With this album there was a return to how M.E. Baird made records in the past. All tracks were recorded to analogue tape, predominantly live and with very little overdubs. This was done not for nostalgic reasons but for a more ‘authentic’ audio representation. It also places more emphasis on musicianship rather than software know-how and digital trickery.

    In regards to band members, most notable in the line up is Welsh/Australian songstress Sali Bracewell with her piano/keyboard skills and extraordinary vocal talents. Sali’s vocal dexterity is featured on many of the songs but most clearly on the title track, Time and My Girl. Also key to the process was long time collaborator, Hannah Jane who provided her distinctive and haunting string arrangements, violin playing and virtuous vocals. Seconded from Brisbane, bands Sacred Shrines and Hillsborough for the rhythm section were new friends, Phil Usher on drums and Robbie Zawada on bass, truly two of Brisbane’s finest musicians. Lastly, but certainly not least, was notable Brisbane singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Skye Staniford who provided percussion. The album was Mastered by Andy ‘The Master’ Stewart at The Mill Mixing and Mastering, studio, Gippsland, Victoria, Australia.”

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    Last Autumn's Dream - Last Autumn's Dream (2003) [Japan Edit.]

    ???????????: Last Autumn's Dream
    ??????: Last Autumn's Dream
    ????: Melodic Hard Rock
    ??? ??????: 2003
    ??????: FLAC (image +.cue, scans)
    ????????: Lossless
    ??????: 522 Mb
    ??: turbobit/katfile/depositfiles/gigapeta

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    DMC New Year's Eve Monsterjam Volume 01-02 (The Biggest & Best Party Mix)

    Artist: Various Performers
    Title: DMC Monsterjam New Years Eve
    Label: DMC Records
    Style: House, Reggae, Tropical, Swing, Dance, Boogie, Disco, Synthpop, Folk, Salsa, Blues Rock
    Release Date: 01-12-2018
    Format: CDr, Compilation, Partially Mixed
    Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
    Codec: MP3
    Tracks: 02 Tracks
    Time: 02:39:32 Min
    Size: 365 MB

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    sudan In Sudan, the political and cultural are inseparable. In 1989, a coup brought a hardline religious government to power. Music was violently condemned. Many musicians and artists were persecuted, tortured, forced to flee into exile – and even murdered, ending one of the most beloved music eras in all of Africa and largely denying some of Sudan’s gifted instrumentalists, singers, and poets, from strutting their creative heritage on the global stage.
    What came before in a special era that protected and promoted the arts was one of the richest music scenes anywhere in the world. Although Sudanese styles are endlessly diverse, this compilation celebrates the golden sound of the capital, Khartoum.

    228 MB  320 ** FLAC

    Each chapter of the cosmopolitan city’s tumultuous musical story is covered through 16 tracks: from the hypnotic violin and accordion-driven orchestral music of the 1970s that captured the ears and hearts of Africa and the Arabic-speaking world, to the synthesizer and drum machine music of the 1980s, and the music produced in exile in the 1990s. The deep kicks of tum tum and Nubian rhythms keep the sound infectious.

    Sudan of old had music everywhere: roving sound systems and ubiquitous bands and orchestras kept Khartoum’s sharply dressed youth on their feet. Live music was integral to cultural life, producing a catalog of concert recordings. In small arenas and large outdoor venues, musical royalty of the day built Khartoum’s reputation as ground zero for innovation and technique that inspired a continent.

    Musicians in Ethiopia and Somalia frequently point to Sudan’s biggest golden era stars as idols. Mention Mohammed Wardi — a legendary Sudanese singer and activist akin to Fela Kuti in stature and impact in his music and politics — and they often look to the heavens. A popular story is of one man from Mali who walked for three months across the Sahel to Sudan because the father of the woman he wanted to marry would only allow it if he got him a signed cassette from Wardi, aka “The Last King of Nubia,” himself. Saied Khalifa is said to be the one of the few singers to make Ethiopian emperor Haile Selassie smile.

    Such is the stature of Sudanese singers and the reputation of Sudanese music, particularly in the “Sudanic Belt,” a cultural zone that stretches from Djibouti all the way west to Mauritania, covering much of the Sahara and the Sahel, lands where Sudanese artists are household names and Sudanese poems are regularly used as lyrics until today to produce the latest hits. Sudanese cassettes often sold more in Cameroon and Nigeria than at home.

    But years of anti-music sentiment have made recordings in Sudan difficult to source. Ostinato’s team traveled to Ethiopia, Somalia, Djibouti, and Egypt in search of the timeless cultural artifacts that hold the story of one of Africa’s most mesmerizing cultures. That these cassette tape and vinyl recordings were mainly found in Sudan’s neighbors is a testament to Sudanese music’s widespread appeal.

    With our Sudanese partner and co-compiler Tamador Sheikh Eldin Gibreel, a once famous poet and actress in ’80s Khartoum, Ostinato’s fifth album, following our Grammy-nominated “Sweet As Broken Dates,” revives the enchanting harmonies, haunting melodies, and relentless rhythms of Sudan’s brightest years, fully restored, remastered and packaged luxuriously in a triple LP gatefold and double CD bookcase to match the regal repute of Sudanese music. A 20,000-word liner note booklet gives voice to the singers silenced by an oppressive regime.

    Take a sail down the Blue and White Nile as they pass through Khartoum, carrying with them an ancient history and a never-ending stream of poems and songs. It takes two Niles to sing a melody.

    1. Emad Youssef – Al Bareedo Ana (The One I Love) [06:39]
    2. Abdel El Aziz Al Mubarak – Ma Kunta Aarif Yarait (I Wish I Had Known)[07:52]
    3. Kamal Tarbas – Min Ozzalna Seebak Seeb (Forget Those That Divide Us)[06:27]
    4. Madjzoub Ounsa – Arraid Arraid Ya Ahal (Love, Love Family)[04:46]
    5. Khojali Osman – Malo Law Safeetna Inta (What If You Resolve What’s Between Us) [05:01]
    6. Zaidan Ibrahim – Ma Hammak Azabna (You Don’t Care About My Suffering) [04:43]
    7. Saied Khalifa – Igd Allooli (The Pearl Necklace) [04:24]
    8. Taj Makki – Ma Aarfeen Nagool Shino! (We Don’t Know What to Say!) [05:28]
    9. Hanan Bulu Bulu – Alamy Wa Shagiya (My Pain and Suffering)[03:28]
    10. Abdelmoniem Ekhaldi – Droob A Shoag (Paths to Love) [05:25]
    11. Samira Dunia – Galbi La Tahwa Tani (My Heart, Don’t Fall in Love Again)[04:31]
    12. Mohammed Wardi – Al Sourah (The Photo) [09:00]
    13. Abdullah Abdelkader – Al Zaman Zamanak (It’s Your Time) [06:08]
    14. Mustafa Modawi, Ibrahim El Hassan – Al Wilaid Al Daif (The Youth Who Came as a Guest)[07:43]
    15. Ibrahim El Kashif – Elhabeeb Wain? (Where is My Sweetheart?)[01:52]
    16. Mohammed Wardi – Al Mursal (The Messenger) [11:31]

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    Happy 2019 Quick Shaker (2019)

    Artist: Various Performers
    Title: Happy 2019 Quick Shaker
    Label: Zhyk Group
    Style: Future House, Big Room, Reggaeton, Indie Dance, Dancehall, Moombahton, Twerk, Trap, Crunk
    Release Date: 03-01-2019
    Format: CD, Compilation
    Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
    Codec: MP3
    Tracks: 101 Tracks
    Time: 05:52:15 Min
    Size: 862 MB

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    61SCWM22ISL._SX425_.jpg320 kbps | 184 MB | LINKS

    1. Tom Dooley (2:50)
    2. Long Time Man (3:35)
    3. Michael (Row The Boat Ashore) (2:15)
    4. Blowin’ In The Wind (2:48)
    5. Green Green (2:09)
    6. Where Have All The Flowers Gone (3:58)
    7. If I Had A Hammer (3:03)
    8. Tall Oak Tree (2:27)
    9. Catch The Wind (3:01)
    10. 500 Miles (3:04)
    11. Mr. Tambourine Man (3:35)
    12. Jailer Bring Me Water (2:19)

    1. The Seventh Son (2:50)
    2. Greenback Dollar (3:20)
    3. Stop! In The Name Of Love (3:04)
    4. Un-Square Dance (0:53)
    5. Silver Threads & Golden Needles (3:03)
    6. Land Of 1.000 Dances (5:37)
    7. Parchman Farm (3:37)
    8. I’ll Cry Instead (2:51)
    9. Break Up (3:06)
    10. Work Song (4:22)
    11. Stagger Lee (3:16)
    12. Susie Q (4:11)

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    11inyp4.jpgFLAC | 201 MB | LINKS

    Bonnie and Clyde isn’t actually a full-fledged collaboration between Serge Gainsbourg and Brigitte Bardot; during their storied mid-’60s fling the two French cultural icons recorded just a handful of tracks together, only a couple of which appear here. Nevertheless, this is a worthwhile collection. In addition to the pair’s “Bonnie and Clyde” and “Comic Strip,” this album features earlier Gainsbourg numbers, as well as Bardot recordings of compositions by Gainsbourg and others. The moody title track alone justifies the price of admission. Bardot’s vocals inject a wistful melodic dimension into Gainsbourg’s sung-spoken account of the ill-fated gangsters, producing one of pop music’s great duets. Gainsbourg was enthralled by American pop culture and the cabaret-style “Comic Strip” memorably exemplifies that orientation. His lyrics lure Bardot into his cartoon world and she provides the requisite onomatopoeic interjections (“Shebam! Pow! Blop! Wizz!”). In a similarly American vein, on “Bubble Gum,” a Gainsbourg-penned Bardot single, she sings about love and candy over a plinky-plonk saloon piano evoking the silent film era. Elsewhere, Gainsbourg’s Hollywood fascination takes a B-Movie turn, the camp “Docteur Jekyll et Monsieur Hyde” suggesting the Monks at the Eurovision Song Contest. There was always more to Gainsbourg’s work than his love of Americana, though, and his incorporation of Afro-Caribbean rhythms was especially striking: “Pauvre Lola,” for instance, percolates with an infectious beat. Despite much of this material’s playful character, listeners also glimpse another side of Gainsbourg. During his career, he sang about Harley motorcycles and incest and composed a song that involved simulated farting, but he was also deeply cultured. In that vein, “Baudelaire” places the 19th century poet’s “Le Serpent Qui Danse” in an unlikely tropical lounge setting. Of course, no Gainsbourg collection would be complete without a nod to his dissolute side, and “Intoxicated Man” fits the bill with its appropriately louche, swaggering groove.

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