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V/A – Left of the Dial: Dispatches from the ’80s Underground

V/A – Left of the Dial: Dispatches from the ’80s Underground

An astounding collection of great music exploring the best of punk/indie/modern rock in the 80s! Some amazing groups- including our faves, the Go-Betweens! – and a shedload of scintillating tracks!

Love it!

As a sequel to 2004’s similarly packaged Rhino box No Thanks! The ’70s Punk Rebellion, this four-disc set tackles the punk/indie/modern rock of the 80s with equal panache. Subtitled “Dispatches from the 80s Underground,” these 82 non-chronological tracks play like a great college station from the later part of the decade. Encompassing a dizzyingly diverse musical palate, styles range from the artsy Southern twang of R.E.M., to the sugary pop of Aztec Camera, the blistering hardcore of Black Flag, the ghostly techno of Japan and the chilly, noir dance floor attack of New Order. And that’s just on disc one.

Sure, there are some omissions, but the box does a remarkable job balancing more popular acts such as Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Cure and Echo & the Bunnymenwith cult faves like Green On Red and obscurities from the Lyres and the Three O’Clock . Even those who were radio fanatics during these years will likely find tracks they aren’t familiar with, along with getting a flashback rush from those they are. A colorful 64 page book provides track-by-track background information as well as a handful of essays about the decade that approach the music from different perspectives. There are no public service announcements or aspiring DJ’s to interrupt the flow and the remastered sound brings the music to life with crispness low powered FM radio could never rival. –Hal Horowitz

Tracklisting

Disc: 1

1. Radio Free Europe – R.E.M
2. Going Underground – The Jam
3. A Forest – The Cure
4. Holiday in Cambodia – Dead Kennedys
5. I’m In Love With A German Film Star – Passions
6. I Will Dare – The Replacements
7. That’s When I Reach For My Revolver – Mission Of Burma
8. Johny Hit And Run Paulene – x
9. Just Like Honey – The Jesus And Mary Chain
10. Black Celebration – Depeche Mode
11. Tell Me When It’s Over – The Dream Syndicate
12. Hollywood (Africa) – The Red Hot Chili Peppers
13. Temptation – New Order
14. Ghosts – Japan
15. A Song From Under The Floorboards – Magazine
16. Oblivious – Aztec Camera
17. Don’t Want To Know If You Are Lonely – Husker Du
18. Rise Above – Black Flag
19. Back In Flesh – Wall Of Voodoo
20. Cattle And Cane – The Go-Betweens

Disc: 2

1. Message Of Love – The Pretenders
2. Vienna – Ultravox
3. Freak Scene – Dinosaur Jr.
4. The Charming Man – The Smiths
5. Stigmata – Ministry
6. Ways To Be Wicked – Lone Justice
7. Wardance – Killing Joke
8. Enola Gay – Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark
9. Mirror In The Bathroom – The English Beat
10. Fairytale In The Supermarket – The Raincoats
11. Behind The Wall Of Sleep – The Smithereens
12. Political Song For Michael Jackson To Sing – Minutemen
13. Punk Rock Girl – The Dead Milkmen
14. Still In Hollywood – Concrete Blonde
15. Love Will Tear Us Apart – Joy Division
16. Blister In The Sun – Violent Femmes
17. Lake Of Fire – Meat Puppets
18. Amplifier – The DB’s
19. When Love Breaks Down – Prefab Sprout
20. Goo Goo Muck – The Cramps
21. This Corrosion – Sisters Of Mercy
22. Senses Working Overtime – XTC

Disc: 3

1. The Cutter – Echo & The Bunnymen
2. Pay To Cum! – Bad Brains
3. Birthday – The Sugarcubes
4. Madonna Of The Wasps – Robyn Hitchcock ‘n’ The Egyptians
5. We Care A Lot – Faith No More
6. Teen Age Riot – Sonic Youth
7. To Hell With Poverty – Gang Of Four
8. Fa Ce-La – The Feelies
9. Ana Ng – They Might Be Giants
10. Swamp Thing – The Chameleons UK
11. The Mercy Seat – Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
12. I Look Around – The Rain Parade
13. All That Money Wants – Psychedelic Furs
14. Under The Milky Way – The Church
15. Rise – Public Image Ltd.
16. Kundalini Express – Love And Rockets
17. Gravity Talks – Green On Red
18. Adrenalin – Throbbing Gristle
19. She Bangs The Drums – The Stone Roses

Disc: 4

1. Monkey Gone To Heaven – Pixies
2. Uncertain Smile (Original 7 Inch Version) – The The
3. Bela Lugosi’s Dead – Bauhaus
4. Christine – Siouxsie And The Banshees
5. Straight Edge – Minor Threat
6. I Want To Help You Ann – The Lyres
7. Our Secret – Beat Happening
8. Jane Says – Jane’s Addiction
9. World Shut Your Mouth – Julian Cope
10. Running Up That Hill – Kate Bush
11. Sex Beat – Gun Club
12. Take The Skinheads Bowling – Camper Van Beethoven
13. Institutionalized – Suicidal Tendencies
14. Pearly-Dewdrops’ Drops – Cocteau Twins
15. 24 Hour Party People – Happy Mondays
16. I Want You Back – Hoodoo Gurus
17. Suburban Home – Descendents
18. A Pair Of Brown Eyes – The Pogues
19. Jet Fighter – The Three O’Clock
20. Moving To Florida – Butthole Surfers
21. A New England – Billy Bragg

here she be;

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September 13, 2008 Posted by | Go-Betweens, Music_Alternative, Music_Pop, Music_PostPunk, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

The Best One Hit Wonders in the World… Ever :: 40 Fab Artists That Were Here One Minute and Gone the Next

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The Best One Hit Wonders in the World… Ever :: 40 Fab Artists That Were Here One Minute and Gone the Next
3 Feb 2003
Number of Discs: 2
Label: Virgin TV
ASIN: B000088E38

Info: Amazon

A few good tracks here amongst the dross! Man, I really did like The Mock Turtles back in the day!

Tracklisting

Disc: 1

1. 99 Red Balloons – Nena
2. I’ll Be There For You (Theme From Friends) – The Rembrandts
3. Breakfast At Tiffany’s – Deep Blue Something
4. (I Just) Died In Your Arms – Cutting Crew
5. You’re The Voice – John Farnham
6. Venus – Shocking Blue
7. Harlem Shuffle – Bob & Earl
8. Spirit In The Sky – Norman Greenbaum
9. Fire – The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown
10. Something In The Air – Thunderclap Newman
11. Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm – Crash Test Dummies
12. Drinking In LA – Bran Van 3000
13. Runaway Train – Soul Asylum
14. Mary’s Prayer – Danny Wilson
15. Can You Dig It? – The Mock Turtles
16. Your Woman – White Town
17. Imagination – Belouis Some
18. How Long? – Ace
19. Private Number – Judy Clay & William Bell
20. All By Myself – Eric Carmen
21. Lovin’ You – Minnie Riperton

Disc: 2

1. Uptown Top Ranking – Althea and Donna
2. Pop Muzik – M
3. Mah Na Mah Na – Piero Umiliani
4. Don’t Worry Be Happy – Bobby McFerrin
5. Da Da Da – Trio
6. Macarena – Los Del Rio (Radio Version)
7. Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) – Edison Lighthouse
8. Break My Stride – Matthew Wilder
9. Tarzan Boy – Baltimora
10. It’s Raining Men – The Weather Girls
11. Mambo No 5 (A Little Bit Of…) – Lou Bega (Radio Edit)
12. The One And Only – Chesney Hawkes
13. Mickey – Toni Basil
14. Safety Dance – Men Without Hats
15. Nut Rocker – B Bumble & The Stingers
16. My Sharona – The Knack
17. I Eat Cannibals – Toto Coelo
18. Groove Is In The Heart – Deee-lite
19. Would I Lie To You – Charles & Eddie
20. Eloise – Paul Ryan
21. Softly Whispering I Love You – The Congregation
22. Jesamine – The Casuals
23. The Rhythm Of The Rain – The Cascades

here she be:

NEW LINKS; 3 PARTS

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ORIGINAL
ORIGINAL POSTER HAD 2 LINKS (thus may be incomplete ?)

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September 3, 2008 Posted by | Music_Pop, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | 4 Comments

Punk 30th Anniversary (1977 – 2007) 3CDs

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Punk 30th Anniversary (1977 – 2007) 3CDs
Mp3: 128kbps/ 250MB / Rapidshare

Some amazing music in this 3 CD Box-Set.

Check this interesting photo-essay piece from TIME about punk 30 years later!
http://www.time.com/time/photoessays/2007/punk_1977/

Tracklisting

CD1

1 Judy is a punk – The Ramones
2 Anarchy in the U.K. – Sex Pistols
3 New rose – The Damned
4 If the kids are united – Sham 69
5 The first time – The Boys
6 Action time vision – Alternative TV
7 The right to work – Chelsea
8 Baby baby – The Vibrators
9 I wanna be your boyfriend – The Ramones
10 Do anything you wanna do – Eddiie & The Hot Rods
11 God save the queen – Sex Pistols
12 Homicide – Nine Nine Nine
13 My way – Sid Vicious
14 Peaches – The Stranglers
15 What do I get? – Buzzcocks

CD2
1 Too drunk to fuck – Dead Kennedys
2 No one is innocent – Die Toten Hosen feat Ronnie Biggs
3 New York state police – UK Subs
4 Alternative ulster – Stiff Little Fingers
5 Woman in disguise – Angelic Upstars
6 Viva la revolution – Adicts
7 City baby´s revenge – G.B.H
8 Somethng new – Anti Pasti
9 Banned from the pubs – Peter & The Test Tube Babies
10 Never surrender – Blitz
11 Police story – Partisans
12 When the evening comes – The Undead
13 From protest to resistance – Conflict
14 Strangehold – UK Subs
15 Goodbye garageland – Die Toten Hosen

CD3
1 I got a right – Iggy & The Stooges
2 Waiting fot the man – Velvet Underground
3 Personality crisis – New York Dolls
4 Kick out the jams – MC5
5 Chinese rocks – Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers
6 Negative creep – Dee Dee Ramone
7 Black leather – Runaways
8 Let´s get crazy – London Cowboys
9 Bored – Destroy All Monsters
10 Cherry bomb – Cherie Currie, Marky Ramone & Wayne Kramer
11 Born to lose – Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers
12 Newtown – The Slits
13 Land of hope and glory – Ex Pistols
14 Follow the leader – The Saints
15 Search and destroy – Sid Vicious

Here she be;

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July 21, 2008 Posted by | Music_Punk, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

Various Artists: NME Classics (3 CD Box Set)


Various Artists: NME Classics (3CD Box Set)
Alternative / Punk / Post Punk / Pop / Rock

There was a rather good double CD compilation a few years back exploring the genesis and highlights of Punk Rock. It was called “From the Velvets to the Voidoids”.

This one has a wider scope and explores the genesis and highlights of Alternative Music, more broadly. It could’ve been called “From the Velvets to the Voidoids to the Verve “!

Yes indeed, there are some amazing tracks here from amazing acts all the way from VU through punk, post punk, electronica and beyond! Oh, and Oasis also! (WTF!)

NME Classics spans three musical decades – 70s / 80s and 90s and brings together the most inspirational and most influential artists of their time, from the really defining moment of NME with punk singles from bands such as The Clash, Happy Mondays, Oasis and REM to name but a few. It also brilliantly encompasses the numerous musical genres of those times from the heady sounds of Punk in the 70s and New Wave in the early 80s, to Two Tone, Indie, Brit Pop and Rave.

Focussing on the classic rock biased tracks, NME Classics is the perfect nostalgia trip for lads and Dads (from the first time around) and Festival goers. It includes a special booklet which includes photographs from the magazine from those decades, together with sleeve notes from editors of the time.


Tracklisting

Disc: 1

1. The MC5 – Kick Out The Jams
2. Velvet Underground – I’m Waiting For The Man
3. The Stooges – No Fun
4. The Doors – L.A. Woman
5. The New York Dolls – Jet Boy
6. Patti Smith – Gloria
7. The Damned – Neat Neat Neat
8. X-Ray Spex – Oh Bondage Up Yours!
9. Richard Hell & The Voidoids – Blank Generation
10. Dead Boys – Sonic Reducer
11. Iggy Pop – Lust For Life
12. The Saints – This Perfect Day
13. Ramones – Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
14. The Only Ones – Another Girl, Another Planet
15. Siouxsie & The Banshees – Hong Kong Garden
16. Blondie – One Way Or Another
17. Magazine – Shot By Both Sides
18. Buzzcocks – Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve)?
19. XTC – This Is Pop?
20. Television – Marquee Moon
21. David Bowie – Heroes

Disc: 2

1. The Clash – I Fought The Law
2. Stiff Little Fingers – Suspect Device
3. The Jam – Going Underground
4. The Vapors – Turning Japanese
5. Generation X – Kiss Me Deadly
6. The Pretenders – Brass In Pocket
7. The Selecter – On My Radio
8. The Beat – Mirror In The Bathroom
9. Madness – One Step Beyond
10. Bad Manners – Special Brew
11. The Specials – Ghost Town
12. The Cure – The Lovecats
13. Talking Heads – Psycho Killer (Live)
14. Kraftwerk – Tour De France
15. Malcolm McLaren – Buffalo Gals
16. New Order – Blue Monday
17. Echo & The Bunnymen – The Back Of Love
18. Aztec Camera – Walk Out To Winter
19. The Jesus & Mary Chain – Just Like Honey
20. Prince – Sign O The Times
21. Joy Division – Atmosphere

Disc: 3

1. Morrissey – Suedehead
2. The Stone Roses – She Bangs The Drums
3. Happy Mondays – Step On
4. Inspiral Carpets – This Is How It Feels
5. Depeche Mode – Enjoy The Silence
6. Orbital – Chime
7. Massive Attack – Unfinished Sympathy
8. Primal Scream – Movin’ On Up
9. Suede – Animal Nitrate
10. Oasis – Live Forever
11. R.E.M. – What’s The Frequency, Kenneth?
12. Ash – Girl From Mars
13. Supergrass – Caught By The Fuzz
14. Radiohead – Just
15. Pulp – Common People
16. The Chemical Brothers – Setting Sun
17. Blur – Song 2
18. Manic Street Preachers – A Design For Life
19. The Verve – Bitter Sweet Symphony

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July 20, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, The Velvet Underground, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Pennies From Heaven (1981 Soundtrack)


Pennies From Heaven (1981 Soundtrack)

Unfortunately not the great soundtrack from the seminal original BBC production of Dennis Potter’s classic.

This is from the dodgy cinema remake from 1981 starring the once-funny Steve Martin. A pretty good soundtrack though. Some amazing songs in here!

Tracklisting

01 Elsie Carlisle, with Ambrose & His Orch. – The Clouds Will Soon Roll By
02 Sam Browne and The Carlysle Cousins – Yes, Yes!
03 Connee Boswell – I’ll Never Have to Dream Again
04 Fred Latham, with Jack Jackson & His Orch. – Roll Along Prairie Moon
05 Bing Crosby – Did You Ever See a Dream Walking
06 Arthur Tracy – Pennies from Heaven
07 The Boswell Sisters, with Tommy & Jimmy Dorsey – It’s the Girl
08 Ida Sue McCune – Love Is Good for Anything That Ails You
09 Rudy Vallee & His Connecticut Yankees – Let’s Put Out the Lights & Go to Sleep
10 Dolly Dawn, with George Hall and His Orchestra – It’s a Sin to Tell a Lie
11 Helen Kane – I Want to Be Bad
12 Walter Harrah,Gene Merlino,Vern Rowe,Robert Tebow – Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries
13 Irving Aaronson and His Commanders – Let’s Misbehave
14 Ronnie Hill, with Primo Scala’s Accordion Band – Serenade in the Night
15 Jack Buchanan & Elsie Randolph – Fancy Our Meeting
16 Fred Astaire – Let’s Face the Music and Dance
17 Steve Martin – Pennies from Heaven
18 Lew Stone and His Band – The Glory of Love

Here she be;

Pennies From Heaven Soundtrack

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July 4, 2008 Posted by | Music_OST, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

2008 Glastonbury Playlist

2008 Glastonbury Playlist


Free downloads from the main acts at this year’s Glastonbury Festival in the lovely West Country, kindly made available by the Guardian UK.

Not the place to be if you perhaps have an aversion to hippies! Or crusties!

Tracklisting

1.-Neon Neon – Belfast
2.-White Denim – Darksided Computer Mouth
3.-Mulatu Astatqé (Ethiopiques) – Yékèrmo Sew
4.-The Shortwave Set – White Lie
5.-CSS – Rat Is Dead
6.-Operator Please – Zero Zero
7.-Crystal Castles – Air War
8.-The Brute Chorus – The Cuckoo and the Stolen Heart
9.-Metronomy – Let’s Have A Party
10.-XX Teens – The Way We Were
11.-Foals – Red Sock Pugie
12.-Glasvegas – Be My Baby
13.-Micachu – Curly Teeth
14.-Yeasayer – Sunrise
15.-UNKLE – Heaven (featuring Gavin Clark)

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June 30, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

V.A. – The Bridge: A Tribute To Neil Young (1989)

V.A. – The Bridge: A Tribute To Neil Young (1989)
Mp3 @ 320kbps

Let’s start with a slight segue and a rhetorical question! How do we know Sonic Youth are the greatest band out there. Well, we start by checking out their sublime covers on tributes like this, where their “Computer Age” is just fucking sublime! Check out too the I’m Not There OST, where their cover of the title track is perfect. I mean they even made the fucking Carpenters sound good with their version of “Superstar” years back!

THE BRIDGE, featuring a wide palette of alternative-identified artists covering Neil Young songs, wasn’t the first tribute album ever made, but it was the first one anyone really noticed, and it may well have been the best.

Its success, which had something to do with the fact that the artists were all rabid Young fans with palpable ideas about what to do with his songs, led to an outpouring of other tribute albums, most of which have been far less successful. Often they included – or, in one case, feted – the artists here, who became instant superstars on the tribute circuit. But the superstar on THE BRIDGE remained Neil Young, whose songs withstand both the weirdest and most loving of interpretations.

Among the former are Dinosaur Jr.’s very fast, very bratty punk take on the folky standby “Lotta Love” (aided by a guest singer who sounds mysteriously like Daniel Johnston) and Bongwater’s tape-loop-aided version of “Mr. Soul” (a song Young himself has done many times and many ways).

Others play it straight. The Pixies’ “Winterlong,” featuring one of the few recorded duets between Black Francis and Kim Deal, is a nearly perfect pop song; Soul Asylum’s “Barstool Blues” sounds like a lost classic of flannel-shirted rock; and guitarist Henry Kaiser (performing with singers David and Rosanne Lindley) squeezes every bit of junkie juice out of his downer medley of “The Needle And The Damage Done” (on piano) and “Tonight’s The Night” (with full band).

Wonderful songs and a wonderful tribute to a wonderful artist.

I seem to be using the word wonderful rather a lot today. Well, I guess that’s just wonderful !


Old man lying
by the side of the road
With the lorries rolling by,
Blue moon sinking
from the weight of the load
And the building scrape the sky,
Cold wind ripping
down the alley at dawn
And the morning paper flies,
Dead man lying
by the side of the road
With the daylight in his eyes.

Don’t let it bring you down
It’s only castles burning,
Find someone who’s turning
And you will come around.

Blind man running
through the light
of the night
With an answer in his hand,
Come on down
to the river of sight
And you can really understand,
Red lights flashing
through the window
in the rain,
Can you hear the sirens moan?
White cane lying
in a gutter in the lane,
If you’re walking home alone.

Don’t let it bring you down
It’s only castles burning,
Just find someone who’s turning
And you will come around.

Don’t let it bring you down
It’s only castles burning,
Just find someone who’s turning
And you will come around.


Tracklisting

1. “Barstool Blues” – Soul Asylum – 2:51
2. “Don’t Let It Bring You Down” – Victoria Williams – 2:53
3. “After the Gold Rush” – The Flaming Lips – 4:14
4. “Captain Kennedy” – Nikki Sudden – 4:01
5. “Cinnamon Girl” – Loop – 2:50
6. “Helpless” – Nick Cave – 4:32
7. “Mr. Soul” – Bongwater – 3:30
8. “Winterlong” – Pixies – 3:11
9. “Computer Age” – Sonic Youth – 5:13
10. “Only Love Can Break Your Heart” – Psychic TV – 6:08
11. “Lotta Love” – Dinosaur Jr. – 2:41
12. “The Needle and the Damage Done”/”Tonight’s The Night” – Henry Kaiser – 5:54
13. “Out of the Blue” by B.A.L.L. – 2:16
14. “Words” by Henry Kaiser – 6:19

Here she be:

DL both parts …

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June 25, 2008 Posted by | Dinosaur Jr, Music_Alternative, Music_ClassicRock, Neil Young, Nick Cave, Pixies, Sonic Youth, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Best Of Southern Rock CD

The Best Of Southern Rock CD 3
FLAC | 528 MB | Personal Compilation | Personal Covers | RS Files

Very interesting collection compiled by bragard!

Big thanks, mate!

Tracklisting

1. Dixie Flyer-Grinderswitch
2. Four Winds-Tangier
3. Freedom-Smith & Harley
4. Life Behind The Mask-Michael Buffalo Smith
5. Long Time Gone-38Special
6. Louisiana Man-Alligator Stew
7. Magnolia-Screami’ Cheetah Wheelies
8. Ridin’ High-Texas Boogie
9. Road To Jacksonville-Street Survivors
10. Ronnie’s Song-Jimmie Van Zant
11. Roots-Ghost Riders
12. Sam’s Jam-Stillwater
13. Too Far Gone-Medicine Hat

Here be soutern men;

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June 19, 2008 Posted by | Music_ClassicRock, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

VA – Dad’s Jukebox: Very Best Of 60s-70s-80s

Dad's Jukebox
VA – Dad’s Jukebox: Very Best Of 60s-70s-80s
Label: U.M.T.V. | 2008 | Pop Rock | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 03:32:43 | 532 MB

Some great stuff in here – especially in the first volume.

However, there are a few tracks that need to be dispatched back to hades, from whence they came! (yap, that’s you, Elton John, Status Quo, Rod Stewart et al!)

All thanks most frankly to franklee


Tracklisting

CD 1: Very Best Of 60s

01 – Steppenwolf – Born To Be Wild
02 – The Small Faces – Itchycoo Park
03 – The Foundations – Build Me Up Buttercup – Foundations
04 – Tom Jones – It’s Not Unusual
05 – James Brown – I Got You (I Feel Good)
06 – Stevie Wonder – Uptight (Everything’s Alright)
07 – The Animals – House Of The Rising Sun
08 – The Upsetters – Return Of Django
09 – The Davis Group – I’m A Man
10 – Crazy World Of Arthur Brown – Fire
11 – Searchers – Needles And Pins
12 – Walker Brothers – Make It Easy On Yourself
13 – Amen Corner – If Paradise Is Half As Nice
14 – Donovan – Catch The Wind
15 – Chris Farlowe – Out Of Time
16 – John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers – I’m Your Witchdoctor
17 – Traffic – Paper Sun
18 – Engelbert Humperdinck – Please Release Me (Let Me Go)
19 – Righteous Brothers – You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’
20 – The Troggs – Wild Thing

CD 2: Very Best Of 70s

01 – Lynyrd Skynyrd – Sweet Home Alabama
02 – Bachman-Turner Overdrive – You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet
03 – Status Quo – Rockin’ All Over The World
04 – Thin Lizzy – Don’t Believe A Word
05 – Free – Alright Now
06 – Rod Stewart – Maggie May
07 – Elton John – Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting)
08 – Lynyrd Skynyrd – Free Bird
09 – The Jam – Eton Rifles
10 – Ian Dury & The Blockheads – Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick
11 – Squeeze – Up The Junction
12 – Sparks – This Town Ain’t Big Enough For The Two Of Us
13 – Temptations – Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone
14 – The Jackson 5 – Abc
15 – Kool & The Gang – Jungle Boogie
16 – 10Cc – Dreadlock Holiday
17 – Allman Brothers Band – Jessica
18 – Status Quo – Down Down
19 – Supertramp – Logical Song
20 – Stealer’s Wheel – Stuck In The Middle With You


CD 3: Very Best Of 80s

01 – Kiss – Crazy Crazy Nights
02 – Housemartins – Happy Hour
03 – The La’s – There She Goes – La’s
04 – Tears For Fears – Everybody Wants To The Rule World
05 – Survivor – Eye Of The Tiger
06 – Robert Palmer – Addicted To Love
07 – Soft Cell – Tainted Love
08 – The Jam – Going Underground
09 – Steve Miller – Abracadabra
10 – Big Country – In A Big Country
11 – Iggy Pop – Real Wild Child (Wild One)
12 – Level 42 – Something About You
13 – Dexys Midnight Runners – Come On Eileen
14 – Cameo – Word Up
15 – Beastie Boys – You Gotta Fight For Your Right (To Party)
16 – Harold Faltermeyer – Axel F
17 – The Teardrop Explodes – Reward
18 – Joe Jackson – Steppin’ Out
19 – The Style Council – You’re The Best Thing
20 – Tears For Fears – Shout

Interchangeable links

FileFactory

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http://www.filefactory.com/file/bcb6f8/

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http://www.filefactory.com/file/aa623b/

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http://www.filefactory.com/file/890030/

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http://www.filefactory.com/file/e8bf2d/

VA-Dad’s Jukebox-3CD-BoxSet-2008-Atomic RG-Phoenix.r04
http://www.filefactory.com/file/5c3baf/

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http://www.filefactory.com/file/a2c12c/

Rapidshare

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http://rapidshare.com/files/120995087/VA-Dad_s_Jukebox-3CD-BoxSet-2008-Atomic_RG-Phoenix.rar.html


Uploading.com

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June 10, 2008 Posted by | Music_ClassicRock, Music_Pop, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

Rvng Prsnts MX5 – Justine D

Rvng Prsnts MX5 – Justine D (2007)
Digital rip @ 320 Kbps
Artwork included

The latest mix CD from New York’s Rvng boutique, following top shelf limited edition discs from Crazy Rhythms (the duo of Dan Selzer and Mike Simonetti) and DFA duder Tim Sweeney.

This sounds a hell of a lot better than I expected!

Pretty … pretty … pretty … good!

Check out the tracklist:

Remember 2004? Remember suicidal depression in November, a whole summer spent watching VH1’s “I Love the 90s”, and the swift and vicious post-2 Many DJs backlash against “eclectic” DJ mixes? Well three years later, I’m still loving this tendency in 21st century mixology to just play whatever sounds good, regardless of genre or year of release. Besides, backlash comes and goes. The deserved acclaim thrown at the feet of Scottish duo Optimo is proof that even grouchy grousers have grown more comfortable with a generation of DJs out to keep on unearthing cool old music. All they’re trying to do is share, you know.

Optimo’s JD Twitch lent a hand with the recording for Justine D’s Mx5, the latest mix CD from New York’s Rvng boutique, following top shelf limited edition discs from Crazy Rhythms (the duo of Dan Selzer and Mike Simonetti) and DFA duder Tim Sweeney. Unlike Optimo’s mixes– potentially deadly acts of multi-track chainsaw juggling pulled off with the blithe, dizzying panache of assured showmen– Justine D blends and bleeds across eras with just your traditional DJ fades and chops, while still casting a wide net for cool records. A jury of cranky dance music fans might look at the tracklist for Mx5 and simply conclude “eclectic,” but I’m fairly comfortable saying it’s the first mix CD to ever feature Chic, Crass, and the Cars.

But like kohl around the eye, Justine D traces a small, dark spot on the dancefloor where flamboyant goth-pop, haughty electro(clash), hypnotic techno, rigid EBM, concrete block German new wave, skeletal punk, and glam-era Bowie all intersect. (She takes a short side trip at the start for a little shoegaze’n’sitars psychedelic baggy.) It’s a mid-tempo nighttime stroll through various districts of black-clad clubland, dour disco for dancing in place. Not for nothing does she choose the strings from the most zombie-zonked of Chic tracks, the ravenous but exhausted plea of “I Want Your Love”. The smashed neon and burnt chrome of Mx5‘s proto-techno and bleak disco could be the soundtrack to Blade Runner‘s wayward replicant Priss, lost on 2014’s Hollywood Boulevard Babylon.

Despite contemporary DJs and mp3 blog culture making formerly forbidden found sounds like Mick Fleetwood afro-disco tracks and Alan Parsons Project album cuts cool for old punkers and nu-ravers alike, many are still wary of anything tagged in iTunes as “goth” or “industrial.” My primary introduction to dance music came from an older girlfriend who had grown up and through the succession of 80s electronic beat music, from synthpop to industrial, hitting New York after college just as house music did. Listening to Mx5 brought back some pretty uncanny memories from the years we dated– learning about Nitzer Ebb and the Orb at the same time, getting into arguments about Ministry on the subway, slowly shedding my prejudices via rock- and foot-friendly bands like Christian Death that all goth had be a) Slow, and b) Terrible. (All of my fellow My Chemical Romance fans are urged to check out Only Theatre of Pain.)

All of those artists are on Mx5, snug in the DJ box next to more expected fare such as Hot Chip, Delia and Gavin, and Italian synth-soundtrack maestros Goblin– whose nightmarish combo of distant drums, music box chimes, gargling vocals, and death-folk guitar is the creepiest thing on the disc, and that’s before it turns into a funk rock record produced by Giorgio Moroder in Grandpa Munster drag. Surprise, surprise– it all sounds great. I’m not convinced enough to go trawling through the Wax Trax stax just yet, but isn’t that why we keep DJs around, to find these shiny lumps of coal? “Beware the savage lure of 1984,” Mr. Bowie seems to be warbling on the song of the same name, but that’s very poor advice on the evidence of Mx5.

-Jess Harvell, March 30, 2007


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June 9, 2008 Posted by | Justine D, Music_Alternative, Music_Electronica, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Various Artists – 25 Years Of Rough Trade Shops Box Set

Various Artists – 25 Years Of Rough Trade Shops Box Set
Digital rip at 320 Kbps
Artwork included.

This box set is an absolutely essential summation of 25 years of underground music culture from the experts at the great Brit label Rough Trade.

There is a slew of classic acts here and a slew of classic tracks!

Everything from Joy Division to Pixies to The Go-Betweens to the Fall to …. well, whatever great band you think of!

Simply fucking wonderful!

This was re-released with a different tracklist in 2006, but this is the original 2001 issue.

Tracklisting

Disc One

1. 30 Seconds Over Tokyo – Pere Ubu
2. Boredom – Buzzcocks
3. Fisherman – The Congos
4. Nag Nag Nag – Cabaret Voltaire
5. T.V.O.D. – The Normal
6. Suspect Device – Stiff Little Fingers
7. United – Throbbing Gristle
8. Ambition – Subway Sect
9. Part Time Punks – Television Personalities
10. Fairytale In The Supermarket – The Raincoats
11. Reality Asylum – Crass
12. Transmission – Joy Division
13. People Say – The Go-Betweens
14. Let’s Build A Car – Swell Maps
15. Final Day – Young Marble Giants
16. How I Wrote ‘Elastic Man’ – The Fall
17. Mr Clarinet – The Birthday Party

Disc Two

1. There Goes Concorde Again – …And The Native Hipsters
2. The Sweetest Girl – Scritti Politti
3. Shipbuilding – Robert Wyatt
5. Hand In Glove – The Smiths
6. Sugar Hiccup – Cocteau Twins
7. Krieg In Den Stadten – Einsturzende Neubauten
8. Tupelo – Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds
9. Road To Nowhere – Talking Heads
10. Death Valley ’69 – Sonic Youth
11. Hard Left – Tackhead
12. Jungle – Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry And Dub Syndicate
13. Birthday – The Sugarcubes

Disc Three

1. Bone Machine – Pixies
2. Touch Me I’m Sick – Mudhoney
3. Revolution – Spacemen 3
4. Different Drum – Lemonheads
5. Further Back And Faster – Coil
6. The Light That Will Cease To Fail – Stereolab
7. Her Jazz – Huggy Bear
8. Fade Into You – Mazzy Star
9. Song To The Siren – The Chemical Brothers
10. Pink Frost – The Chills
11. Soaky In The Pooper – Lambchop
12. Sciew Spoc – Gescom
13. Plastique (Video Mix) – Plastikman
14. Gak 4 – Gak

Disc Four

1. 6am Jullandar Shere – Cornershop
2. Presha III – Studio Pressure
3. Everything You Do Is A Baloon – Boards Of Canada
4. Flashlegs (Suite) – Echoboy
5. As The Rain (Adrian Sherwood On-U Sound Remix) – Jeb Loy Nichols
6. Monkey On Your Back – Clinic
7. Hot Topic – Le Tigre
8. To You – I Am Kloot
9. In The Bath – Lemon Jelly
10. Fuck The Pain Away – Peaches
11. My Winding Wheel – Ryan Adams
12. Talk To Me (91 Versions) – Tindersticks

Here be rough trades

Download Part One
Download Part Two
Download Part Three
Download Part Four
Download Part Five
Downlaod Part Six

Thanks spinsterrock

May 29, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Cafe Del Mar: Aria – The Best Of (2008)


Cafe Del Mar: Aria – The Best Of (2008)
Ambient, Chill, Classic | MP3 320 kbps | 74:52 Min | 177 MB | 2008
Label: Cafe Del Mar Music | Format: Unmixed Cd

Café del Mar Aria is a CD compilation series that combines Chill out music with Opera Arias.

The Café del Mar concept originated from the “sunset bar” with the same name in Sant Antoni de Portmany on the Mediterranean island of Ibiza.

Café del Mar Aria is produced by Paul Schwartz.

Three volumes have been released in this series and this CD compiles the best tracks therefrom.

Some interesting pieces in here!

Tracklisting

01. Secret Tear from (Gaetano Donizetti’s “L’elisir d’amore”)

02. Lascia (from Georg Friedrich Händel’s “Rinaldo”)

03. Habanera (from Georges Bizet’s “Carmen”)

04. Willow (from Giuseppe Verdi’s “Otello”)

05. Horizon (Paul Schwartz)

06. Furioso (Sarabande from Georg Friedrich Händel)

07. Ascension (from Claudio Monteverdi’s “L’incoronazione di Poppea”)

08. Pavane (Gabriel Fauré’s “Pavane”)

09. Arianna (from Claudio Monteverdi’s “L’Arianna”)

10. Pamina Blue (from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Die Zauberflöte”)

11. Ave Maria (Giulio Caccini’s “Ave Maria”)

12. Metamorphosis 2 – Danae (Paul Schwartz)

13. Addio (from Giuseppe Verdi’s “La traviata”)

14. Farewell (from Giacomo Puccini’s “Madama Butterfly”)


Here be the fat lady singing;

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Ca.de.maria.tbo.ucnokta.part2.rar

Pass: ucnokta

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May 26, 2008 Posted by | Music_Chillout, Music_Classical, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Cafe Del Mar: Aria – The Best Of (2008)


Cafe Del Mar: Aria – The Best Of (2008)
Ambient, Chill, Classic | MP3 320 kbps | 74:52 Min | 177 MB | 2008
Label: Cafe Del Mar Music | Format: Unmixed Cd

Café del Mar Aria is a CD compilation series that combines Chill out music with Opera Arias.

The Café del Mar concept originated from the “sunset bar” with the same name in Sant Antoni de Portmany on the Mediterranean island of Ibiza.

Café del Mar Aria is produced by Paul Schwartz.

Three volumes have been released in this series and this CD compiles the best tracks therefrom.

Some interesting pieces in here!

Tracklisting

01. Secret Tear from (Gaetano Donizetti’s “L’elisir d’amore”)

02. Lascia (from Georg Friedrich Händel’s “Rinaldo”)

03. Habanera (from Georges Bizet’s “Carmen”)

04. Willow (from Giuseppe Verdi’s “Otello”)

05. Horizon (Paul Schwartz)

06. Furioso (Sarabande from Georg Friedrich Händel)

07. Ascension (from Claudio Monteverdi’s “L’incoronazione di Poppea”)

08. Pavane (Gabriel Fauré’s “Pavane”)

09. Arianna (from Claudio Monteverdi’s “L’Arianna”)

10. Pamina Blue (from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Die Zauberflöte”)

11. Ave Maria (Giulio Caccini’s “Ave Maria”)

12. Metamorphosis 2 – Danae (Paul Schwartz)

13. Addio (from Giuseppe Verdi’s “La traviata”)

14. Farewell (from Giacomo Puccini’s “Madama Butterfly”)


Here be the fat lady singing;

Ca.de.maria.tbo.ucnokta.part1.rar

Ca.de.maria.tbo.ucnokta.part2.rar

Pass: ucnokta

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May 26, 2008 Posted by | Music_Chillout, Music_Classical, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

VA DJ Finesse The One And Only Randb King Pt.4

VA DJ Finesse The One And Only Randb King Pt.4
MP3 | 192kbps | Rap / Hip Hop | 94 MB

Not exactly my cup of Jack Daniels (Craig fucking David?) but I like the cover!

What can I say? My brains are in my trousers!

Tracklisting

01. 04:03 Usher & Young Jeezy – Love In This Club
02. 03:13 Janet – Rock Wit U
03. 03:44 Charlie Wilson & T – Pain-Supa Sexy
04. 03:40 Estelle & Kanye West – American Boy
05. 04:13 Oneal Mcknight – Check Your Coat (Heavy Rotation)
06. 03:29 Lil Mama, Chris Brown & T – Pain-Shawty Get Loose(Heavy Rotation)
07. 04:14 The Dream – Fast Car
08. 03:04 Ryan Leslie & 50 Cent – Diamond Girl
09. 03:50 Making The Band 4 – Got Me Going
10. 03:11 Craig David & Ryan Leslie – 6 Of 1
11. 04:17 Trey Songz, Lil Wayne & Plies – Cant Help But Wait(Rmx)
12. 03:08 Janet – Luv
13. 03:51 Tyrese & Ludacris – Comin To See You
14. 03:15 Tiffani (Making Of The Band 3) – Like This
15. 03:16 Ashanti – The Way That I Love You
16. 03:15 Omarion & Bow Wow – He Aint Gotta Know
17. 03:41 Danity Kane – Tip Toe
18. 02:25 Uness – Taste Your Heartbeat (Next Selection)
19. 03:08 Donell Jones – Cool On You
20. 03:51 Faith Evans – Maybe
21. 04:04 Tgt (Tyrese, Ginuwine & Tank) – Girlfriend
22. 04:33 The Dream – Falseto (Heavy Rotation)

Here be some sexy babe and some dodgy music!

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May 26, 2008 Posted by | Music_HipHop, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

VA DJ Finesse The One And Only Randb King Pt.4

VA DJ Finesse The One And Only Randb King Pt.4
MP3 | 192kbps | Rap / Hip Hop | 94 MB

Not exactly my cup of Jack Daniels (Craig fucking David?) but I like the cover!

What can I say? My brains are in my trousers!

Tracklisting

01. 04:03 Usher & Young Jeezy – Love In This Club
02. 03:13 Janet – Rock Wit U
03. 03:44 Charlie Wilson & T – Pain-Supa Sexy
04. 03:40 Estelle & Kanye West – American Boy
05. 04:13 Oneal Mcknight – Check Your Coat (Heavy Rotation)
06. 03:29 Lil Mama, Chris Brown & T – Pain-Shawty Get Loose(Heavy Rotation)
07. 04:14 The Dream – Fast Car
08. 03:04 Ryan Leslie & 50 Cent – Diamond Girl
09. 03:50 Making The Band 4 – Got Me Going
10. 03:11 Craig David & Ryan Leslie – 6 Of 1
11. 04:17 Trey Songz, Lil Wayne & Plies – Cant Help But Wait(Rmx)
12. 03:08 Janet – Luv
13. 03:51 Tyrese & Ludacris – Comin To See You
14. 03:15 Tiffani (Making Of The Band 3) – Like This
15. 03:16 Ashanti – The Way That I Love You
16. 03:15 Omarion & Bow Wow – He Aint Gotta Know
17. 03:41 Danity Kane – Tip Toe
18. 02:25 Uness – Taste Your Heartbeat (Next Selection)
19. 03:08 Donell Jones – Cool On You
20. 03:51 Faith Evans – Maybe
21. 04:04 Tgt (Tyrese, Ginuwine & Tank) – Girlfriend
22. 04:33 The Dream – Falseto (Heavy Rotation)

Here be some sexy babe and some dodgy music!

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May 26, 2008 Posted by | Music_HipHop, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Alt-Country Collection – compiled by Earbleedingcountry


Alt-Country Collection – compiled by Earbleedingcountry
Mp3 / Various bitrates

Nice compilation here as submitted by the readers of Earbleedingcountry.


Tracklisting

1 – Richmond Fontaine – White Out

2 – Calexico & Iron & Wine – He Lays Down The Reins (Live)

3 – Ryan Adams – Shadowlands

4 – Bon Iver – Re; Stacks

5 – Tom Petty – It’ll Work Out

6 – My Morning Jacket – Were To Begin

7 – Ruckus – Same In Any Language

8 – Hinges – The Night’s Electric Light’s

9 – Jay Munly – The Denver Boot

10 – Forest Sun – Walk Thru Walls –

11 – The Jayhawks – Aint No End

12 – Giant Sand – Well Dusted For The Millennium

13 – Gram Parsons & The Flying Burrito Brothers – Sin City

14 – Hazeldine – Allergic To Love

15 – Johnathan Rice – Mid November

Here she be;

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May 24, 2008 Posted by | Music_AltCountry, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Hard To Find Jukebox Classics 1956 – VA (2007)


Hard To Find Jukebox Classics 1956 – VA (2007)

53.1 MB @ VBR Avg. 122 kbps, 62 min

Some magnificent music here in this excellent collection.

Let’s party like it’s 1956!

With so many labels and so many CD’s, you’d think it would be easy to find all the top hits from the fabulous 50’s. Not so!
To remedy this musical misfortune, Hit Parade Records inaugurates their new year-by-year CD series with Hard To Find Jukebox Classics 1956.

This exciting, audiophile-quality disc is bulging with 24 classic pop, vocal group, folk, and early rock ‘n’ roll hits.

All these platters made the Top 40 – sixteen hit the Top 10, three made it all the way to #1 – but just try and find these terrific songs today! Hard To Find Jukebox Classics 1956 includes eight songs never available on CD till now, including Fess Parker’s “Wringle Wrangle” (#12), Dorothy Collins’ “My Boy – Flat Top” (#15), and the stereo single version of Morris Stoloff’s #1 smash, “Moonglow & Theme from ‘Picnic’.” Others, like the Cheers’ tragicomic “Black Denim Trousers” (featuring Bert Convey) or Tony Bennett’s rapturous “Can You Find It In Your Heart ” are very difficult – if not impossible – to find on CD these days.

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Hats off to our friends at Canada’s Hit Parade records. They have come up with real winner here!! “Hard to Find Jukebox Classics 1956” features two dozen of the most pleasing pop tunes from that era. And many of these songs are appearing on CD for the very first time! In all cases these are the original hit recordings you would remember from the radio.

No disappointing re-recordings on this one! Even though I have been a collector for more than 40 years there were still 7 or 8 songs on this disc that I did not own!! For me, this collection was a real find.

“Hard to Find Jukebox Classics 1956” features hits by some of the premiere vocalists in American popular music. Enjoy once again Vic Damone’s splendid recording of “On The Street Where You Live” from “My Fair Lady”. That one always sends chills up and down my spine! One of the big hits of 1956 was Bing Crosby’s duet with Grace Kelly. “True Love”, featured in the motion picture “High Society”, went all the way to #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the fall of that year.

I was also extremely pleased to find a pair of hits by Tony Bennett that have been out-of-print and virtually impossible to find for decades. “Can You Find It In Your Heart” and “From The Candy Store On The Corner To The Chapel On The Hill” were both big sellers that year.

If you enjoy that rockabilly sound then Chuck Miller’s Top Ten smash “The House of Blue Lights” will certainly float your boat. And fans of group harmony will appreciate tunes like Somethin’ Smith and the Redheads recording of “It’s A Sin To Tell A Lie” or the Highlights “City Of Angels”. For me, perhaps the biggest surprise in this collection was the remarkable Jerry Lewis recording (yes, that Jerry Lewis)of Al Jolson’s 1918 hit “Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody”. I cannot imagine that Lewis was much of a singer, but his voice proved to be perfect for that song. While I have always been aware that this tune hit the Top Ten back in ’56 I had never heard the song before nor had I ever seen the 45 rpm record.

I could go on and on but suffice to say that if this is your kind of music then you should grab this one immediately. It has been my experience that collections like this tend to have a fairly short shelf life so if you procrastinate you may miss out. Simply stated, this disc is a joy to listen to. Very highly recommended!!!

– Amazon customer Comment

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Tracklisting

01. The Green Door – Jim Lowe (#1 – 9/56)
02. Black Denim Trousers – The Cheers (Rare on CD) (#6 – 9/55)
03. The House of Blue Lights – Chuck Miller (Rare on CD) (#9 – 6/55)
04. Moonlight Gambler – Frankie Laine (#3 – 12/56)
05. In a Shanty in Old Shanty Town (Single Version) – Somethin’ Smith & Redheads (CD Debut) (#27 – 6/56)
06. It’s a Sin to Tell a Lie – Somethin’ Smith & Redheads (Rare on CD) (#7 – 4/55)
07. City of Angels – The Highlights (CD Debut in USA) (#19 – 10/56)
08. It’s Almost Tomorrow – The Dream Weavers (Rare on CD) (#7 – 11/55)
09. True Love (STEREO) – Bing Crosby & Grace Kelly (Rare on CD) (#3 – 9/56)
10. On the Street Where You Live – Vic Damone (#4 – 4/56)
11. Two Different Worlds – Don Rondo (Rare on CD) (#11 – 10/56)
12. From the Candy Store On the Corner to the Chapel On the Hill – Tony Bennett (CD Debut) (#11 – 8/56)
13. Can You Find It in Your Heart – Tony Bennett (Rare on CD) (#16 – 4/56)
14. Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody – Jerry Lewis (Rare on CD) (#10 – 11/56)
15. Moonglow & Theme from ‘Picnic’ (Stereo Single Version) – Morris Stoloff & His Orchestra (CD Debut) (#1 – 4/56)
16. Tonight You Belong to Me – Patience & Prudence (#4 – 8/56)
17. I Dreamed – Betty Johnson (Rare on CD) (#9 – 11/56)
18. White Silver Sands – The Owen Bradley Quintet (CD Debut) (#18 – 7/57)
19. Cinco Robles (Five Oaks) – Russell Arms (CD Debut) (#22 – 12/56)
20. Cindy, Oh Cindy – Vince Martin featuring The Tarriers (Rare on CD) (#9 – 10/56)
21. Wringle Wrangle – Fess Parker (CD Debut) (#12 – 12/56)
22. Rock Island Line – Lonnie Donegan & His Skiffle Group (#8 – 3/56)
23. My Boy – Flat Top – Dorothy Collins (CD Debut) (#16 – 11/55)
24. Rock and Roll Waltz – Kay Starr (#1 – 1/56)

Let’s party like it’s 1956!

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May 23, 2008 Posted by | Music_ClassicRock, Music_Pop, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Royal Tenenbaums OST

The Royal Tenenbaums OST
The Royal Tenenbaums OST

Royal: I’m very sorry for your loss. Your mother was a terribly attractive woman.

This is the OST from Wes Anderson’s classic The Royal Tenenbaums from 2001.

I love this movie! I’ve seen it more times than I can count.

I can count to twelve. So maybe I’ve seen it thirteen times!

A magnificent script, great direction and flawless acting from all the actors.

I mean, even the normally insipid and awful Gwyneth Paltrow is excellent in this.

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I love the scene where Richie shaves off his beard and then slits his wrist to the sound of Elliott Smith’s great Needle In The Hay. That’s a moment of pure cinema. Perfect.

Ironic that the actor’s brother, and movie co-writer, Owen Wilson, would try to top himself a few years later.

Richie:I wrote a suicide note.
Chas: You did?
Richie: Yeah, right after I regained consciousness.
Chas: Well what does it say? Is it dark?

Richie:Of course it’s dark, it’s a suicide note.
Chas: Can I read it?
Richie: No.
Chas: Well could you at least summarize it for us?

The following has been said before. Well, said by me, in fact.

Not strictly “said” though. More “written”.

Although, while writing this, I’ve actually spoken the words.

So now it truly has been said before!

What the fuck happened Anderson later though with The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou and The Darjeeling Limited? Drop the bandwagon-jumping so-called “stars”, Wes. Get back to roots!

Anyway, back on point! A hallmark of Anderson’s works are the magnificent and eclectic soundtracks. The Royal Tenenbaums OST is peerless.

As has been said, this OST’s fucking flawless.

Eli: I’m not in love with you any more.
Margot: I didn’t know that you ever were.
Eli: Let’s not make this any more difficult than it already is.

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Tracklisting replete with notes thanks to soundtracksofwhatever.blogspot. Also links to Amazon for a snippet of each track.

Tracklisting


1. Mark Mothersbaugh – 111 Arthur Avenue
111 Arthur Avenue: the address of the Tenenbaums.
It starts with a magical fairy tale intro and changes into a kind of an happy interlude between scenes.

2. Nico – These days

She sings that she doesn’t talk much these days because she’s busy reminiscing about the past and missed opportunities, things he could or should have done. They play the track when Richie returns home and meets Margot again, maybe symbolizing the time that they could have spent seeing eachother. The track has a slow melodic sound to it, the scene is a bit in slowmotion.

Strange thing is, the track could also (if not better) fit the character of Royal because the movie is about how he’s making up for the times he wasn’t there for the family (well..in his own way).

3. Ysaye Quartet – String quartet in F Major (2nd movement) (Ravel)
It sounds like mice tripling over string instruments. Happy tripling music.

4. Paul Simon – Me and Julio down by the schoolyard

It’s a song about how a boy get’s caught doing things with Julio which are ‘against the lahaaaw’, but sounds like a memory of good times. In the movie it’s used when Royal and his 2 grandsons are in town doing all sorts of mischief.

5. The Mutato Muzika Orchestra – Sonata for cello & piano in F Minor (Enescu) This piece speaks: somethings happening! It sounds like a classical jamsession, which is quite cool because now and then it is like a switch is pulled changing it entirely. But 7.16 minutes is just a bit too long for me.

6. Bob Dylan – Wigwam

Lyrics like ‘ladida’ always make for good tracks, without being sarcastic this track sounds just funny and makes me happy. For the ones who’ve seen the movie (of will see it) they play it during a conversation between Etheline and Henry, damn funny.

7. Mark Mothersbaugh – Look at that old grizzly bear
The old grizzly bear must be Royal Tenenbaum. A short and happy piece of music.

8. John Lennon – Look at me

An emotional guitar song about love and doubt. In the movie it might symbolize the love of Chas for his 2 sons (funnies thing is that they constantly wear the same training suites).

9. Emitt Rhodes – Lullabye
The link is not actually Emitt Rhodes, but the guy in the vid does a fairly good job. Not much to say about this track then that it’s a short but good lullaby, if you’ve got a crybaby..this should definitely work, not meaning that it’s a boring track.

10. Mark Mothersbaugh – Mothersbaugh’s canon
A peaceful background tune.

11. The Clash – Police And Thieves
Just like the track by the Ramones (see below) a punk song, but much more peaceful. It has a nice kind of reggae twist in it.

12. Mark Mothersbaugh – Scrapping & Yelling
A home video, but well it uses ‘scrapping and yelling’ as background music. A peaceful happy piece of music.

13. The Ramones – Judy Is A Punk

In the movie you see short scenes of Margot’s life, kissing men on practically every corner of the planet. Really living a wild life. ‘Judy is a punk’ sounds like it was written for her. A very cool punk track! If you don’t know the Ramones, this is a good first encounter (it was for me!).

14. Mark Mothersbaugh – Pagoda’s Theme

Strangely this just sounds like it was not finished, 21 seconds is just very very short, if not too short.

15. Elliott Smith – Needle In The Hay

‘He’s acting dumb, that’s what you’ve come..to expect’. Without spoiling the movie, Richie does something very stupid. The track is about how you sometimes do stupid things which no one understands even though they think they do.

16. Nick Drake – Fly
An emotional request for a second chance sung with an almost hoarse voice. Very beautiful.

17. Mark Mothersbaugh – I Always Wanted To Be A Tenenbaum

Ali Cash, always wanted to be a Tenenbaum, but he was just the kid next door. A kinda sad story with a somewhat sad tune.

18. Vince Guaraldi Trio – Christmas Time Is Here
Again..not a link to the actual track, but well next best thing (or go to the amazon link).

First reaction: it’s not christmas yet!!, always hate those things out-of-season. But it’s a very nice edition of this christmas song. You can almost see kids singing it outside a door with snow (and a piano hehe) in the background.

19. The Velvet Underground – Stephanie Says
This song sóunds like it’s about freedom, questioning why other people want to hold you down. Good lyrics and a melodical sound.

20. Mark Mothersbaugh – Rachel Evans Tenenbaum (1965-2000)
Rachel is the late-wife of Chas and mother of Ari & Uzi. Sounds a bit like a funeral tune, not strange, because Rachel is dead and the Tenenbaums regulary visit her grave. But it also has a happy ring to it (good memories probably).

21. Mark Mothersbaugh – Sparkplug Minuet
The ‘oohoohooohooo’ in the background really makes me think of ‘christmas taaaaaaiiime’ which turns on the ‘it’s not christmas time alarm again’ but next to that it’s peaceful background music.

22. Nico – The Fairest Of The Seasons
The second song from Nico, with the same soft voice singing ‘do I stay or should I go’ it sounds like she’s really thinking it trough by the slow and soft way of the song.

23. The Mutato Muzika Orchestra – Hey Jude

I knew the ‘Hey Jude’ version of the beatles (also the one linked) and liked it from the first time I had to sing it (middle school..being about 12 yrs old) but found the lyrics (take a sad song..to make it better) a real WTF, still do. The MM Orchestra do a very cool orchestral version of it.
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Here be Royal and co

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You can catch the movie here; royal-tenenbaums-dvd-rip_18.html

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April 18, 2008 Posted by | Mark Mothersbaugh, Music_OST, OTHER_CINEMA, Various_Artists, Wes Anderson, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

Suburbia – Soundtrack (1997)

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The rather good soundtrack to the rather good Linklater movie from 97.

Tracklisting

1. Unheard Music – Elastica/Stephen Malkmus
2. Bee-Bee’s Song – Sonic Youth
3. Bullet Proof Cupid – Girls Against Boys
4. Feather In Your Cap – Beck
5. Berry Meditation – U.N.K.L.E.
6. I’m Not Like Everybody Else – Boss Hog
7. Cult – Skinny Puppy
8. Does Your Hometown Care? – Superchunk
9. Sunday – Sonic Youth
10. Human Cannonball – Butthole Surfers
11. Tabla In Suburbia – Sonic Youth
12. Hot Day – The Flaming Lips
13. Psychic Hearts – Thurston Moore
14. Town Without Pity – Gene Pitney

Here be burbs;

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Thanks to the original poster

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April 18, 2008 Posted by | Music_OST, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

High Fidelity – Original Soundtrack (2004)

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High Fidelity – Original Soundtrack (2004)

High Fidelity, the movie, was almost watchable. This was thanks only to John Cusack’s great performance! Alone, he enabled it to rise above it’s inherent tweeness.

Alone, too, he enabled it overcome the handicap of having that annoying talentless Jack Black gurning his way through another movie!

I tried to read the original novel by Arse-Nil supporter Nick Hornby, and it was unreadable. Twee, insipid and badly written. I had to stop reading it halfway through and toss it into the garbage.

Hey kids, don’t smoke crack and don’t read shit like Nick Hornby! Drink Jack Daniels and read Charles Bukowski, Ray Carver, John Fante, Sam Beckett, Hubert Selby Jr, Michel Houellebecq, John Mc Gahern, John Banville, Cormac Mc Carthy, Peter Carey, JG Ballard, TS Eliot, …… just like I do!

The OST has some good tracks on it though – including the great Velvets, Dylan and Smog. However, be sure to immediately delete the crap track from Jack Black!


Tracklisting

1. You’re Gonna Miss Me – 13th Floor Elevators
2. Everybody’s Gonna Be Happy – The Kinks
3. I’m Wrong About Everything – John Wesley Harding
4. Oh! Sweet Nuthin’ – The Velvet Underground
5. Always See Your Face – Love
6. Most Of The Time – Bob Dylan
7. Fallen For You – Shiela Nicholls
8. Dry The Rain – The Beta Band
9. Shipbuilding – Elvis Costello & The Attractions
10. Cold Blooded Old Times – Smog
11. Let’s Get It On – Jack Black
12. Lo Boob Oscillator – Stereolab
13. Inside Game – Royal Trux
14. Who Loves The Sun – The Velvet Underground
15. I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever) – Stevie Wonder


Download: Mediafire

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April 17, 2008 Posted by | Music_OST, The Velvet Underground, Various_Artists, _MUSIC | Leave a comment