Callisto – True Nature Unfolds (2004) [FLAC]

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Artist: Callisto
Album: True Nature Unfolds
Year: 2004
Rel. Date: 2014-06-21
Genre: Metal
Label: Fullsteam Records
Encoder: FLAC 1.2.1
Quality: 44.1kHz, 2 channels

1. 31 46N, 35 14E 1:19
2. Blackhole 5:01
3. Limb: Diasporas 5:48
4. Cold Stare 6:32
5. Storm 9:14
6. Caverns Of Khafka 4:32
7. Like Abel’s Blood Cried For Revenge 6:30
8. Worlds Collide 5:16
9. Masonic 5:55
10. The Great Divorce 8:00


Callisto – Providence (2009) [FLAC]

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Artist: Callisto
Album: Providence
Year: 2009
Rel. Date: 2014-06-21
Genre: Metal
Label: Fullsteam Records
Encoder: FLAC 1.2.1
Quality: 44.1kHz, 2 channels

1. In Session 6:35
2. Rule the Blood 6:43
3. Covenant Colours 7:37
4. Eastern Era 5:39
5. New Canaan 6:56
6. Stasis 7:38
7. Where the Spirits Tread 6:28
8. Dead Weight 6:10
9. Drying Mouths (in a Gasping Land) 7:10
10. Providence 7:28

Callisto – Noir (2006) [FLAC]

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Artist: Callisto
Album: Noir
Year: 2006
Rel. Date: 2014-06-21
Genre: Metal
Label: Fullsteam Records
Encoder: FLAC 1.2.1
Quality: 44.1kHz, 2 channels

1. Wormwood 7:14
2. Latterday Saints 7:29
3. The Fugitive 8:03
4. Backwoods 1:07
5. A Close Encounter 5:57
6. Pathos 5:59
7. Folkslave 8:09
8. Woven Hands 9:46

Bright Eyes – Lifted or The Story Is in the Soil Keep Your Ear to The Ground (2002) [FLAC]

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ARTiST…: Bright Eyes
ALBUM….: Lifted or The Story Is in the Soil Keep Your Ear to
the Ground

GENRE….: Indie
LABEL….: Saddle Creek
LANG…..: English
TYPE…..: Normal

YEAR…..: 2002
RIP.DATE.: 06-07-2014
ST.DATE..: 08-13-2002

ENCODER..: FLAC 1.2.1 Lossless
GRABBER..: EAC v1.0 beta 2
QUALiTY..: 860 kbps Avg 44.1kHz 2 channels


01 The Big Picture 8:42
02 Method Acting 3:42
03 False Advertising 5:52
04 You Will. You Will. You Will. You Will. 3:25
05 Lover I Don’t Have to Love 4:00
06 Bowl of Oranges 4:48
07 Don’t Know When But a Day Is Gonna Come 6:31
08 Nothing Gets Crossed Out 4:34
09 Make War 6:16
10 Waste of Paint 6:29
11 From a Balance Beam 3:40
12 Laura Laurent 4:56
13 Let’s Not Shit Ourselves (To Love and to Be 10:07

Total Size.: 13 Files/468.3MB/73:02 min


Classic album. Enjoy!


Bizarre – Friday Night At St. Andrews (2010) [FLAC]

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Artist : Bizarre
Album : Friday Night At St. Andrews
Label : Average Joe’s Ent.
Genre : Rap
Source : CD
Street Date : 2010-00-00
Quality : 808 kbps / 44.1kHz / 2 channels
Encoder : FLAC 1.2.1
Size : 440.92 MB
Time : 71:12 min
Url :

1. Friday Night At St. Andrews (Intro) 2:33
2. Here We Go (Off Da Chain) 4:06
3. Fat Father (Skit) 1:27
4. Some Days (Ft. Lil Will) 4:22
5. Pu$$y (Ft. Fiona Simone & KB) 5:38
6. Rap’s Finest (Ft. Kuniva, Seven The General, Royce Da 5’9”) 3:44
7. School Teacher (Ft. Riodata & Kid Jinx) 3:31
8. Smoking Crack 3:51
9. Down This Road (Ft. Yelawolf) 3:39
10. Believer (Ft. Tech N9ne & Nate Walka) 4:17
11. Whatcha Smokin On (Ft. King Gordy) 4:39
12. Wild Like Us (Ft. King Gordy) 4:31
13. I Love The Babies 4:05
14. The Fan (Skit) 1:00
15. Rock It Out (Ft. King Gordy) 3:36
16. Warning (Ft. Bonecrusher & Anamul House) 4:09
17. Emotions (Ft. Monica Blaire) 4:01
18. Can’t Get Enough (Ft. MJ Robinson & Big Dame) 3:47
19. You Gotta Believe (Ft. Monica Blaire) 4:16

Dunno what happened to this dude…..or D12.

No disrespect intended.
Also, hopefully 50 Cent + Eminem didn’t part on bad terms as
Curtis could really really really really use some help with his
music. Animal Ambition sucked……..
like, really hard.

Avatar – Hail The Apocalypse (2014) [FLAC]

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Artist : Avatar
Album : Hail The Apocalypse
Label : Entertainment One
Genre : Metal
Source : CD
Street Date : 2014-00-00
Quality : 976 kbps / 44.1kHz / 2 channels
Encoder : FLAC 1.2.1
Size : 369.07 MB
Time : 50:52 min
Url :

1. Hail The Apocalypse 4:13
2. What I Don’t Know 4:53
3. Death Of Sound 4:21
4. Vultures Fly 4:38
5. Bloody Angel 6:04
6. Murderer 5:03
7. Tsar Bomba 3:33
8. Puppet Show 4:23
9. Get In Line 3:13
10. Something In The Way 4:27
11. Tower 6:04

Like old-timey carnival ringmasters, AVATAR invites miscreants,
tattooed ladies, blue-collar workers, metalheads, rock fanatics
and listeners of all stripes to their party.

The theatrical metal-n -roll vaudevillian visionaries have
infiltrated Rock Radio and the hearts and minds of those thirsty
for creative innovation, inescapable melodic hooks and a sense of
dangerous revelry all wrapped up in deliciously subversive hit
songs. The eleven tracks on HAIL THE APOCALYPSE join a rich
catalog filled with cred-building artistic peaks and commercial
breakthroughs alike, following in the tradition of
larger-than-life bands like Rammstein, System of a Down and Rob
Zombie who have conquered the air waves without sacrificing their
brilliant uniqueness and unfettered expressionism. Working from
the playbook of Alice Cooper, Kiss and likeminded phantoms of
rock, Avatar delivers a postmodern party, electrifying the
mainstream and underground alike. Produced by longtime
collaborator and two-time Grammy nominee Tobias Lindell, mixed by
Jay Ruston, and mastered by Paul Logus. Hail the Apocalypse
serves as ample evidence why Avatar is welcomed at Download UK,
Rock on the Range and on tour with rock radio hit makers, like
label mates Pop Evil.

Ascent – Nature Creations (2014) [FLAC]

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Artist : Ascent
Album : Nature Creations
Genre : Psychedelic
Label : Ovnimoon Records
Catalogue : OVNICD088
Url :

Source : CD
Encoder : FLAC1.2.1
Bitrate : 901kbps/44.1Khz
Mode : Joint-Stereo

Store.Date : 16-06-2014
Rls.Date : 21-06-2014
Tracks : 10
Playtime : 74:39 Min
Size : 506.97M


1. Ascent – Rays Of The Sun 6:41
2. Ascent & Norma Project – Shining Crystals 8:14
3. Ascent – Nature Creations 7:49
4. Ascent & Shogan – Hidden Earth 8:21
5. Ascent – Tribal Dance 7:18
6. Elegy – Imaginarium (Ascent Remix) 7:11
7. Ascent – Full Moon 6:51
8. Ascent – 483 Substances 7:04
9. Ovnimoon – Quiet My Mind (Ascent Remix) 7:43
10. Ascent & Argus – Circle Of Life 7:27

Riding in on a surging crest of super powerful
kick and bass Ovnimoon Records proudly presents
Ascents’s second masterpiece Progressive Psy album
entitled ‘Nature Creations’. With a confidence and
style that has become his signature sound, this
new album artfully blends in many new ideas and
techniques while remaining true to his initial
vision for how the perfect psychedelic trance
soundscape can be melded into powerful Serbian
Hard Dark and Deep Tech Trance. Wow! Each track
redefines the genres while also delivering exactly
what you most hoped to hear. Exciting and
innovative arrangements, haunting atmospheres,
liltingly subtle melodies, mystical samples and a
captivating percussive playfulness seamlessly
weave together delivering an air of disturbing yet
inviting beauty and grace rarely heard or
witnessed in our music community. Compositions
that evolve and return again to a new higher
spiraling plateau. Lose yourself in this exquisite
and quintessential new chapter. In order to reach
this elevated perspective Ascent joined forces
with his friends, mentors and inspirations Shogan,
Norma Project, Elegy and Ovnimoon who each
joyfully contributed their unique and cosmic
touches with a lovely closing chapter with long
time downtempo collaborator Argus.

Arcade Fire – Neon Bible (2007) [FLAC]

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_Release Info____

Artist: Arcade Fire
Album: Neon Bible
Label: Slag Records
Catalog #: SLG014

Source: CD
Genre: Rock
Language: English
Retail Date: 2007-03-03
Rip Tool: EAC 1.0 Beta 3
Encoder: FLAC 1.2.1 -8 -V
Quality: 900 kbps 44.1KHz

_Release Notes__

Yo YUK, nice releases, but it be great if you stoped putting spaces “_” in the
CAT# and be consistant. Same goes to others, but been leeching your stuff
the most. Thanks.


Arcade Fire
Neon Bible
Merge; 2007

By Stephen M. Deusner; March 5, 2007

Sharing its title with a John Kennedy Toole novel, the Arcade Fire’s second
album is markedly different from its more cloistered predecessor: On Neon
Bible, the band looks outward instead of inward, their concerns more worldly
than familial, and their sound more malevolent than cathartic. Angry,
embittered, and paranoid, but often generously empathetic in their points of
view, they target the government, the church, the military, the entertainment
industry, and even the basest instincts of the common man.

While the group’s us-against-the-world stance occasionally comes off as
slightly self-righteous or reactionary, their scathingly critical perspective
gives weight and direction to their nervy earnestness: If Funeral captured the
enormity of personal pain, Neon Bible sounds large enough to take on the whole
world. This is evident on the album’s incantatory opener, “Black Mirror”, whose
title derives from a centuries-old device that supposedly foretold future
events and allowed viewers supernatural insight the hearts of men. Here, the
band holds that mirror up to the world and captures a malevolent reflection.

Fitting Neon Bible’s more worldly concerns, the Arcade Fire have streamlined
the raw, large sound of Funeral into something that achieves the same
magnitudinous scale through more economical means. Propelled by inventive
guitar work and Jeremy Gara’s steady drums, the group pares back anything that
might curb the controlled forward thrust of songs like “Black Mirror”, “Keep
the Car Running”, or “The Well and the Lighthouse”. These songs don’t erupt,
but gradually crescendo and intensify. Unlike the cathartic Funeral, Neon Bible
operates on spring-loaded tension and measured release. As such, it could
strike some listeners as a disappointing follow-up, but the record’s mix of
newfound discipline and passion will likely imbue it with a long shelf-life.

On most songs, the Arcade Fire achieve a headlong forward motion, bolstered by
immense church organs and Calexico horns that underscore the angst of Butler’s
bitter, accusatory lyrics. Perhaps the most noticeable (and promising)
development in the band’s sound is the more prominent role of Rgine Chassagne.
If she once sounded studied or mannered, here her angelic soprano projects a
tentative hopefulness, making her a capable foil for Win Butler’s tense
performance. Her contributions to “(Antichrist Television Blues)” and “Black
Wave” sound like the vocal equivalent of her soaring string arrangements,
co-written with Owen Pallet of Final Fantasy.

These changes aren’t drastic, but they are significant, especially as they
reveal new and interesting touchstones for the band’s aesthetic. The influences
most commonly associated with Funeral were Davids Byrne and Bowie, but on Neon
Bible, it’s Bruce Springsteen who appears not only in the wordy songs and
aggressive shuffle, but in the compression of so many styles and sounds into
one messy, exciting burst. “Ocean of Noise” shuffles furtively on a shoreline
samba, due largely to Tim Kingsbury’s bassline, while “Bad Vibrations”, sung by
Chassagne, blends girl-group and new wave performances into a darkly enticing
whole. The band never compartmentalizes these styles or consigns them to
separate songs, but allows them to blend freely.

Although they’ve expanded their sound, the Arcade Fire’s transition into
extroversion isn’t always smooth or graceful. Neon Bible is full of clunky
lyrics, revealing Butler’s tendency to overstate and sensationalize. His rhyme
schemes are sometimes too deliberate and set– and no one should be allowed to
use the sort of faux-antiquated sentence construction that pops up in lines
like “I fell into the water black.” “Black Mirror” features one of the record’s
worst offenders: “Mirror mirror on the wall/ Show me where them bombs will
fall.” Butler’s words, however, have always carried less meaning than the way
he sings them and the sound in which his band envelops them, so whenever a line
falls flat on Neon Bible, the music, always hurtling forward, picks it up and
carries it along.

Like many indie artists, the Arcade Fire work best in the album format, and
Neon Bible runs on a different– and in some ways more finely tuned–
mechanical system than its predecessor. It’s a shapely work, gracefully
building to fall away to build again, as the band sustains a mood that’s both
ominous and exhilarating. Even “No Cars Go”, which originally appeared on their
self-titled debut EP, sounds more powerful here than it did in its previous
incarnation. As stand-alone tracks, these songs don’t make as much sense, which
partly explains why those early leaks were so uninspiring. The danger here is
inaccessibility: There’s only one natural entry point to Neon Bible, and it’s
“Black Mirror”. Everything afterwards flows seamlessly from that song’s low
rumble and startling imagery– until the final track.

Venturing into the lyrical realm of Trent Reznor, album closer “My Body Is a
Cage” seems too eager to wallow in the sort of pained melodrama that fuels the
band’s detractors. The real disappointment is that Neon Bible doesn’t end with
“No Cars Go”, which easily achieves the release they artfully promise but
playfully deny throughout the record’s first nine tracks. Not only would it
have ended the album on a more generous note, it would have made perfect
thematic sense as a final invitation to escape.

But despite their conflictedness , the Arcade Fire remain firmly rooted in the
here and now. And even as press coverage and fan obsession suggest that the
world is making a place for them, the band is still looking for a way to
understand that world, and to see it for what it really is– or at least as it
appears in the distorted mirror they hold to it.

_Track List__

01 Black Mirror 4:13
02 Keep The Car Running 3:29
03 Neon Bible 2:16
04 Intervention 4:19
05 Black Wave / Bad Vibrations 3:57
06 Ocean Of Noise 4:53
07 The Well And The Lighthouse 3:56
08 (Antichrist Television Blues) 5:10
09 Windowsill 4:16
10 No Cars Go 5:43
11 My Body Is A Cage 4:47

Arcade Fire – Funeral (2004) [FLAC]

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_Release Info__________________________________________________________________

Artist: Arcade Fire
Album: Funeral
Label: Merge
Catalog #: MRG255

Source: CD
Genre: Rock
Language: English
Retail Date: 2004-09-14
Rip Tool: EAC 1.0 Beta 3
Encoder: FLAC 1.2.1 -8 -V
Quality: 902 kbps 44.1KHz

_Release Notes___
Yo YUK, nice releases, but it be great if you stoped putting spaces “_” in the
CAT# and be consistant. Same goes to others, but been leeching your stuff
the most. Thanks.


Arcade Fire
Merge; 2004
By David Moore; September 12, 2004

How did we get here?

Ours is a generation overwhelmed by frustration, unrest, dread, and tragedy.
Fear is wholly pervasive in American society, but we manage nonetheless to
build our defenses in subtle ways– we scoff at arbitrary, color-coded “threat”
levels; we receive our information from comedians and laugh at politicians.
Upon the turn of the 21st century, we have come to know our isolation well. Our
self-imposed solitude renders us politically and spiritually inert, but rather
than take steps to heal our emotional and existential wounds, we have chosen to
revel in them. We consume the affected martyrdom of our purported idols and
spit it back in mocking defiance. We forget that “emo” was once derived from
emotion, and that in our buying and selling of personal pain, or the cynical
approximation of it, we feel nothing.

We are not the first, or the last, to be confronted with this dilemma. David
Byrne famously asked a variation on the question that opens this review, and in
doing so suggested a type of universal disaffection synonymous with drowning.
And so The Arcade Fire asks the question again, but with a crucial distinction:
The pain of Win Butler and Rgine Chassagne, the enigmatic husband-and-wife
songwriting force behind the band, is not merely metaphorical, nor is it
defeatist. They tread water in Byrne’s ambivalence because they have known
real, blinding pain, and they have overcome it in a way that is both tangible
and accessible. Their search for salvation in the midst of real chaos is ours;
their eventual catharsis is part of our continual enlightenment.

The years leading up to the recording of Funeral were marked with death.
Chassagne’s grandmother passed away in June of 2003, Butler’s grandfather in
March of 2004, and bandmate Richard Parry’s aunt the following month. These
songs demonstrate a collective subliminal recognition of the powerful but oddly
distanced pain that follows the death of an aging loved one. Funeral evokes
sickness and death, but also understanding and renewal; childlike
mystification, but also the impending coldness of maturity. The recurring motif
of a non-specific “neighborhood” suggests the supportive bonds of family and
community, but most of its lyrical imagery is overpoweringly desolate.

“Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels)” is a sumptuously theatrical opener– the gentle hum
of an organ, undulating strings, and repetition of a simple piano figure
suggest the discreet unveiling of an epic. Butler, in a bold voice that wavers
with the force of raw, unspoken emotion, introduces his neighborhood. The scene
is tragic: As a young man’s parents weep in the next room, he secretly escapes
to meet his girlfriend in the town square, where they naively plan an “adult”
future that, in the haze of adolescence, is barely comprehensible to them.
Their only respite from their shared uncertainty and remoteness exists in the
memories of friends and parents.

The following songs draw upon the tone and sentiment of “Tunnels” as an
abstract mission statement. The conventionally rock-oriented “Neighborhood #2
(Laika)” is a second-hand account of one individual’s struggle to overcome an
introverted sense of suicidal desperation. The lyrics superficially suggest a
theme of middle-class alienation, but avoid literal allusion to a suburban
wasteland– one defining characteristic of the album, in fact, is the
all-encompassing scope of its conceptual neighborhoods. The urban clatter of
Butler’s adopted hometown of Montreal can be felt in the foreboding
streetlights and shadows of “Une Annee Sans Lumiere”, while Chassagne’s
evocative illustration of her homeland (on “Haiti”, the country her parents
fled in the 1960s) is both distantly exotic and starkly violent, perfectly
evoking a nation in turmoil.

“Neighborhood #3 (Power Out)” is a shimmering, audacious anthem that combines a
driving pop beat, ominous guitar assault, and sprightly glockenspiel decoration
into a passionate, fist-pumping album manifesto. The fluidity of the song’s
construction is mesmerizing, and the cohesion of Butler’s poignant assertion of
exasperation (“I went out into the night/ I went out to pick a fight with
anyone”) and his emotional call to arms (“The power’s out in the heart of man/
Take it from your heart/ Put it in your hand”), distinguishes the song as the
album’s towering centerpiece.

Even in its darkest moments, Funeral exudes an empowering positivity.
Slow-burning ballad “Crown of Love” is an expression of lovesick guilt that
perpetually crescendos until the track unexpectedly explodes into a dance
section, still soaked in the melodrama of weeping strings; the song’s
psychological despair gives way to a purely physical catharsis. The anthemic
momentum of “Rebellion (Lies)” counterbalances Butler’s plaintive appeal for
survival at death’s door, and there is liberation in his admittance of life’s
inevitable transience. “In the Backseat” explores a common phenomenon– a love
of backseat window-gazing, inextricably linked to an intense fear of driving–
that ultimately suggests a conclusive optimism through ongoing
self-examination. “I’ve been learning to drive my whole life,” Chassagne sings,
as the album’s acoustic majesty finally recedes and relinquishes.

So long as we’re unable or unwilling to fully recognize the healing aspect of
embracing honest emotion in popular music, we will always approach the
sincerity of an album like Funeral from a clinical distance. Still, that it’s
so easy to embrace this album’s operatic proclamation of love and redemption
speaks to the scope of The Arcade Fire’s vision. It’s taken perhaps too long
for us to reach this point where an album is at last capable of completely and
successfully restoring the tainted phrase “emotional” to its true origin.
Dissecting how we got here now seems unimportant. It’s simply comforting to
know that we finally have arrived.

_Track List_

01 Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels) 4:48
02 Neighborhood #2 (Laka) 3:32
03 Une Anne sans Lumire 3:40
04 Neighborhood #3 (Power Out) 5:12
05 Neighborhood #4 (7 Kettles) 4:49
06 Crown of Love 4:42
07 Wake Up 5:35
08 Hati 4:07
09 Rebellion (Lies) 5:10
10 In the Backseat 6:20

Answer Code Request – Code (2014) [FLAC]

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Answer Code Request – Code ::|

|:: Artist : Answer Code Request ::|
|:: Title : Code ::|
|:: Label : Ostgut Ton ::|
|:: Genre : Techno ::|
|:: Source : CD (LP) ::|
|:: Size : 284.56MB ::|
|:: Encoder : FLAC 1.2.1 ::|
|:: Quality : 752 kbps avg / 44.1 kHz / 2 channels ::|
|:: Rel Date : 2014-06-18 ::|
|:: ::|
|:: ::|
|:: T R A C K L I S T ::|
|:: ::|
|:: # _title_ _time_ ::|
|:: ::|
|:: 01 Code 1:03 ::|
|:: 02 Blue Russian 5:33 ::|
|:: 03 Field Depth 4:43 ::|
|:: 04 Odyssey Sequence 4:12 ::|
|:: 05 Zenith 5:48 ::|
|:: 06 Relay Access 3:37 ::|
|:: 07 Status 5:00 ::|
|:: 08 Haul 5:20 ::|
|:: 09 Spin Off 1:04 ::|
|:: 10 By The Bay 4:36 ::|
|:: 11 Axif 3:19 ::|
|:: 12 Thermal Capacity 6:17 ::|
|:: ::|
|:: Total Time 50:32