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sarramkrop 03.15.2007 09:49 AM

Post rare or out of print records's links or uploads on here
 
I just thought it would be better than having to start a new thread everytime there's something that someone wants to link other people up with.Anyway, here's Aaaargh! - “More fucking noise” demo tape :

And now she’s dead!

 

 

Aaaargh! - “More fucking noise” demo tape
  1. Governments
  2. I don’t fucking care
  3. Not proud to be…
  4. Chaos
  5. Why?
  6. And now she’s dead!
Aaargh! were from the Paris area in France. This demo is from 1996 I believe, I can be wrong. Bass player / singer is Dutch, moved to France long ago and still lives there. Aaargh! are dead, but all three band members are still active in various bands. I still can’t quite figure out what the drummer does on this tape but it is unique and it fucking rocks.
I can die of an overdose but I don’t fucking care
I can get killed by the police but I don’t fucking care
I don’t fucking care
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGH!!!!!!!!

http://1000aspirines.com/

sarramkrop 03.15.2007 10:03 AM

And now, to Finland, for a super-rare EP from the legendary Oz. "Turn The Cross Upside Down", they urge; no doubt "mayhem" will ensue if you follow their advice. Great stuff; guitars that stun, vocals that soar, drums that thunder, lyrics that beggar belief, all present and correct.

OZ - Turn The Cross Upside Down EP (1984) Finland

 













http://rapidshare.com/files/20252431/oz_-_turn_the_cross_upsidedown_ep_1985.rar

http://www.liveandotherwise.blogspot.com/

Everyneurotic 03.15.2007 10:07 AM

both look awesome, thanks porky!

nicfit 03.15.2007 10:51 AM

Is this thing eligible for this thread?
Jennifer Gentle + Kawabata Makoto
THE WRONG CAGE



 

Review (taken from allmusic.com)
by Ned Raggett"Besides leading his main band, Acid Mothers Temple, and plenty of other side projects, Makoto Kawabata has carried out a number of collaborations over the years; this one, taken from a live show in Italy in May 2002, finds him with the young psych act Jennifer Gentle. In many ways it's very much Jennifer Gentle's show — of the three songs on the short release, the two that take up the most time are extended versions of tracks from their first two albums. "Bring Them," originally from I Am You Are, makes for a full-on neo-stoner masterpiece. The Isacco/Alessio rhythm team, with the addition of Massimo on keyboards, creates a perfect zone-out vibe that Doors fans could appreciate, but it's the chaotic scream and swirl of Kawabata and Marco's guitars — building, intertwining, and exploding as the arrangement intensifies — that really sends things to the heights. Kawabata's sky-soaring solo ten minutes, in particular, are jaw-droppingly great. Meanwhile, "Couple in Bed by a Green Flashing Light" from Funky Creatures Lane becomes a wondrous thing indeed, an acid-tribal groove with strange, squealed vocals and some brilliant collective work from the band that Kawabata's contribution helps take to a higher level. It's loud, intense, and thrilling all at once. In the middle is a brief piece from Kawabata on his own, "Man From Mu," played on sarongi rather than guitar and demonstrative of his skill at using traditional instruments in modern settings. Though short at just over half an hour, The Wrong Cage is well worth the investigating."

It was released by JG own label, and it's listed as "sold out", I assume that means also "out of print", right?

link:
http://www.subpop.com/releases/jennifer_gentle/full_lengths/the_wrong_cage_jennifer_gentle_and_kawabata_makoto _live

edit: download link removed, I don't wanna end up in jail!

king_buzzo 03.15.2007 11:08 AM

cool thanks porky, theyre both good.

sarramkrop 03.15.2007 11:09 AM

Lotus - S/T (1974) & Vera O'Flera (1975)



 
Instrumental album from 1974. Not comparable to any other band. Musically a mix of Bo Hansson and Finnforest.






Lotus - S/T (1974)

sarramkrop 03.15.2007 11:18 AM

 


 

Here's a an interesting album from Denny his first latin album. Thanks to Tralfaz archives for info and cover scans.



Artist: Martin Denny
Title: Latin Village
Date: 1964
Label: Liberty Records LST-7378
Cover Design and Photography: Studio Five

Notes: This is Denny's first album comprised of solely Latin material. And choose wisely he does. There's a few tunes by Jobim and a Denny original as well. Still exotic by standards of the day it's a nice listen. And you just can't pass up that wonderful front cover photo. So toss this one on the turntable the next time the gang is over for some margaritas and sunshine.

Track Listing
Side 1

Angelito
On Green Dolphin Street
Corcovado
Without You
Ho-Ba-La-La
Something Latin

Side 2

Manha De Carnival
Latin Village
The Girl From Ipanema
Malaguena
Sugar Cane
Flying Down to Rio


Denny latin

http://www.blognow.com.au/XtabaysWor...&thism=&thisd=

sarramkrop 03.15.2007 11:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nicfit
Is this thing eligible for this thread?
Jennifer Gentle + Kawabata Makoto
THE WRONG CAGE





 

Review (taken from allmusic.com)
by Ned Raggett"Besides leading his main band, Acid Mothers Temple, and plenty of other side projects, Makoto Kawabata has carried out a number of collaborations over the years; this one, taken from a live show in Italy in May 2002, finds him with the young psych act Jennifer Gentle. In many ways it's very much Jennifer Gentle's show — of the three songs on the short release, the two that take up the most time are extended versions of tracks from their first two albums. "Bring Them," originally from I Am You Are, makes for a full-on neo-stoner masterpiece. The Isacco/Alessio rhythm team, with the addition of Massimo on keyboards, creates a perfect zone-out vibe that Doors fans could appreciate, but it's the chaotic scream and swirl of Kawabata and Marco's guitars — building, intertwining, and exploding as the arrangement intensifies — that really sends things to the heights. Kawabata's sky-soaring solo ten minutes, in particular, are jaw-droppingly great. Meanwhile, "Couple in Bed by a Green Flashing Light" from Funky Creatures Lane becomes a wondrous thing indeed, an acid-tribal groove with strange, squealed vocals and some brilliant collective work from the band that Kawabata's contribution helps take to a higher level. It's loud, intense, and thrilling all at once. In the middle is a brief piece from Kawabata on his own, "Man From Mu," played on sarongi rather than guitar and demonstrative of his skill at using traditional instruments in modern settings. Though short at just over half an hour, The Wrong Cage is well worth the investigating."

It was released by JG own label, and it's listed as "sold out", I assume that means also "out of print", right?

link:
http://www.badongo.com/file/2474516


An album that is sold out means that whoever is selling it has sold all the copies that they had of it, but it doesn't mean that someone might not have it in stock elsewhere.An 'out of print album is one that has'nt been re-issued, therefore it is difficult to find a copy of.

nicfit 03.15.2007 11:35 AM

Oh dear, I'm going to jail.
I think it hasn't been reissued, and i think they did not press many copies....i'll search a bit on the net if it's easy to get it i'll delete the link... :(

edit: whooooooooops! porkie. edit out my quote in your post....
http://www.subpop.com/releases/jennifer_gentle/full_lengths/the_wrong_cage_jennifer_gentle_and_kawabata_makoto _live


dumb me, i assumed that if they had no more copies, being the ones that released it, there could be no more copies available around...Ah, to think that back in the days they sold that cd only at gigs here in italy, and now they are signed to subpop, travelling the world, etc.etc.....

Brett Robinson 03.15.2007 11:53 AM

mp3s suck ass.

http://www.avantgardeproject.org/archive.htm

A Thousand Threads 03.15.2007 12:25 PM

nice stuff everybody, thanks

CAN - The Very First Session
http://www.badongo.com/file/2475205 - 15´40´
http://www.badongo.com/file/2475200 - 14´
enjoy

king_buzzo 03.15.2007 01:06 PM

awe-some^

sarramkrop 03.16.2007 03:12 AM

V/A - No Core Compilation Cassette

March 10th, 2007 by The Flakes // Drummer
 
 
 


When I heard this it reminded me exactly why I fell in love with hardcore. Every band has a sound of their own and they’re all at least good.

Colcor: May be the least interesting band on here but the drum intro to Nervous Wreck is priceless plus a couple of other tunes.

No Labels: They’re on the “Why are we here” compilation that have been posted here sometime ago. I’ve always thought that the “Why…” comp. original was released as this tape. No Labels are great in a small dose. Some standout tracks: Still The Same, I’m Tired, Missing The Point, Mental Pygmy and I Play Games.

No Rock Stars: My favourite band on here. Sounds VERY much like Minor Threat ala Out Of Step era. Just listen to Too Negative and Death. They also deliever the best track on here: Thrash. I whish they had more tracks by these guys instead of No Labels and Colcor. What happened to this great band after this?

Corrosion Of Conformity: I’ve never been a fan of C.O.C. so I wasn’t expecting too much here. But they clock in as second best only beaten by No Rock Stars(yes it’s a contest). Beats everything I’ve heard by C.O.C. so far and Citizen has to be their best track ever. If I have to complain about one thing then its that I would’ve loved to have the singing style of the song No Core and the sound of Citizen on every C.O.C. track. And yeah they’re doing a cover of the KBD classic Rather See You Dead by Legionaire’s Disease Band.

Country: USA
Year: 1982
Label: No Core
Format: Cassette
Songs:
Side No
Colcor - Nervous Wreck.mp3
Colcor - Out Of Town.mp3
Colcor - No Work.mp3
Colcor - Long Fuse.mp3
Colcor - Foreign Language.mp3
Colcor - Darby’s Dead.mp3
Colcor - Kill Your Mother.mp3
No Labels - HarDCore.mp3
No Labels - Still The Same.mp3
No Labels - Get Away.mp3
No Labels - I’m Tired.mp3
No Labels - Lifeless Corpse.mp3
No Labels - Video Tapeworm.mp3
No Labels - Brainless Shit.mp3
No Labels - Missing The Point.mp3
No Labels - Human Device.mp3
No Labels - Klan Man.mp3
No Labels - Mental Pygmy.mp3
No Labels - LSD.mp3
No Labels - Disarm Or Die.mp3
No Labels - I Play Games.mp3
No Labels - Chance To Speak.mp3

Side Core
No Rock Stars - Dirt On My Face.mp3
No Rock Stars - Too Negative.mp3
No Rock Stars - Thrash.mp3
No Rock Stars - Death.mp3
No Rock Stars - I Hate School.mp3
No Rock Stars - Stop.mp3
Corrosion Of Conformity - Skinny’s In.mp3
Corrosion Of Conformity - Big Problem.mp3
Corrosion Of Conformity - Citizen.mp3
Corrosion Of Conformity - Rather See You Dead.mp3
Corrosion Of Conformity - Sheltered Life.mp3
Corrosion Of Conformity - Lifes Cycle.mp3
Corrosion Of Conformity - Mad World.mp3
Corrosion Of Conformity - Redneck.mp3
Corrosion Of Conformity - Center Of The World.mp3
Corrosion Of Conformity - Accepted Pariah.mp3
Corrosion Of Conformity - Friend In D.C.mp3
Corrosion Of Conformity - College Town.mp3
Corrosion Of Conformity - Social Disease.mp3
Corrosion Of Conformity - This Is Hardcore.mp3
Corrosion Of Conformity - Race Riot.mp3
Corrosion Of Conformity - No Core.mp3
http://www.kbdrecords.com/

Gulasch Noir 03.16.2007 03:48 AM

it asks me for a password, when i want to open Lotus__1974-75_. Can anyone help?

Gulasch Noir 03.16.2007 05:39 AM

Yes, it did. Thank You!

sarramkrop 03.16.2007 07:08 AM

Sun City Girls - Singles Collection


 
I found out today that Charles Gocher, drummer/writer of the Sun City Girls passed away yesterday at the age of 54 after a long battle with cancer. It saddens me very much as he was a big inspiration and that group will not be the same without him. I don't even know if they will continue without him. I feel that the Sun City Girls are one of the most important contemporary American groups. Covering a lot of sonic ground and always full of surprises.

Here is a 2 CD collection of many of their hard to find 7" singles. A lots of which contain the spirit of Charlie.

Sun City Girls - Carousel Tapsel


Download here,
SCG's Singles 1.zip.html
&
SCG's Singles 2.zip.html
http://fm-shades.blogspot.com/

sarramkrop 03.16.2007 07:15 AM

V.A. - Der Klar! 80 Sampler (buhuu 7)




This is the first label compilation from the german cassette label Klar! 80/81. Sometimes ago I posted the second compilation 'Alles oder nichts', you could find it here. A fine discographie from the label with coverpics could you find here. This tape is more experimental than the more poppy 'Alles oder nichts' - Tape.

tracklist:
01. minimal muzak von P. Projekta/G. Ranzz - m 1
02. x-wo / der papst
03. minimal muzak von P. Projekta/G. Ranzz - m 2
04. Hans
05. minimal muzak von P. Projekta/G. Ranzz - m 3
06. Roter Stern Belgrad - (2:21)
07. minimal muzak von P. Projekta/G. Ranzz - m 4
08. Eraserhead
09. minimal muzak von P. Projekta/G. Ranzz - m 5
10. Klang Da
11. minimal muzak von P. Projekta/G. Ranzz - m 6
12. Dilette / P. Projekta/G.Ranzz - (3:28)
13. minimal muzak von P. Projekta/G. Ranzz - m 8
14. Klang Da
15. minimal muzak von P. Projekta/G. Ranzz - m 9
16. plan X
17. minimal muzak von P. Projekta/G. Ranzz - m 10
18. Eraserhead
19. minimal muzak von P. Projekta/G. Ranzz - m 11
20. Hans
21. minimal muzak von P. Projekta/G. Ranzz - m 12
22. Roter Stern Belgrad


download (ripped from tape@192kbps)

pw: dorfdiscobraunsfeld

http://dorfdiscobraunsfeld.blogspot.com/

Florya 03.16.2007 07:23 AM

http://download.yousendit.com/9050E1543F54EB42
 


Current 93 - Dogs Blood Rising Mi MOrt Cassette only release 1985

Florya 03.16.2007 07:26 AM

 


New TG Volume 1: http://rapidshare.com/files/18132000...-_Volume_1.rar

sarramkrop 03.16.2007 07:29 AM

You are one glorious man, thanks a billion!!

Florya 03.16.2007 07:30 AM

 


New TG Volume 2 : http://rapidshare.com/files/17637099/New_TG_-_Volume_2__ripped_from_original_cassette_recording _.rar

sarramkrop 03.16.2007 07:46 AM

Shuji Inaba-The Rapture of Being Destroyed
http://citiesonflamewithrockandroll.blogspot.com/




 

2004 Japanese Outsider Folk


This is one for the people who like Kan Mikami and Kazuki Tomokawa


but this guy seems to be less known



Shuji Inaba is a Japanese avant-folk singer and guitarist who hasn't reached the same level of documentation as peers like Kan Mikami and Kazuki Tomokawa. No 13 CD box set for Shuji yet! And some might find the prospect of such a box set quite frightening -- a single disc of his raw acoustic guitar playing and whisper-scream vocalizations will be more than enough for a lot of folks. Others will find Inaba's Rapture Of Being Destroyed to be a harrowing yet compelling listen. With some tracks filled with stark outbursts from silence and others more 'song' like, this is a great record recommended for those who already dig the likes of Dead Raven Choir and the aforementioned Kan Mikami. This Last Visible Dog cd release comes with Inaba's poetic lyrics translated into English by Alan Cummings." -- Aquarius. Shuji has appeared on PSF records and has two releases on Planktone records. Similar to Kan Mikami and Kazuki Tomokawa. This CD includes a lyric sheet with translations by Alan Cummings.





"Before a small audience in the Five Pennies club in Tottori, west Japan, Shuji Inaba performs his first song, "To A Corpse", in a whisper verging on the inaudible. It's something like a shamanic prayer to wreathe his listeners in trance. An explosion of raw acoustic guitar heralds the onset of next, called "Modern Terrorism". The shaman offers his audience a journey: "Let's fly together to the dark side of the moon / A gaudy name for our epitaph." Inaba's delivery is dramatic in the extreme, as he gulps and gasps, his voice overwhelmed in emotion. The antithesis of a cool, know-it-all singer-songwriter, his Japanese antecedents would include the stylised chanting of medieval epics over the violently struck biwa lute, or the lectern-thumping passion of the Gidayu narrator in Bunraku puppet plays.


By his third song, Inaba is prepared to settle down into a recognisable song form, with metre and verses. This is a lament for the destruction of Hiroshima, a political ballad with clear kinship to the tragic Enka love songs beloved of Japanese karaoke bars. After this relatively restrained interlude, he follows his Hiroshima theme into "Uranium 235", a terrifying raw vision of people running amok to escape the return of the Enola Gay atom bomb. Thrashing his guitar, his vocal reduced on occasion to panic-stricken gibbering, Inaba is determined to put his listeners right through the experience.


Inaba comes fro Shimane, near Hiroshima, and lines up with Kan Mikami and Keiji Haino as a performer prowling the very edges of what is possible given a voice, a guitar and an audience. This is a verité recording of a club show, complete with long gabs between songs. The lyrics are provided in an English translation by Alan Cummings. The most effective track may be the exhausted ballad that follows in the wake of the harrowing "Uranium 235". "Let's play, let's be played with" -- Inaba is grappling with the dark side, maybe not of the moon, but of cute Japan."




Go Download It!

SonicSam 03.16.2007 10:21 AM

Cheers for that no core comp - 2nd side is killer!

scott v 03.16.2007 11:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by atari 2600
Has anyone got Guitarrorists (Number Six Records, 1991)? Will you link it, please?

I only have it on an aged cassette from FM radio when WUOG in Athens played the album back in the day.

I could buy a used copy, sure, but I can also just solicit for a download, right?


Atari, oh man what timing the Guitarrorists dowload just showed up in a blog that is either on or linked to www.mutant-sounds.blogspot.com as i remember seeing it in my searches lastnite...

right now i can't locate the exact blog maybe someone else can, because on my work computer "blog" sites are locked out and can't be viewed... otherwsie i'll update you later when i get home.

scott v 03.16.2007 11:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sarramkrop
Shuji Inaba-The Rapture of Being Destroyed
http://citiesonflamewithrockandroll.blogspot.com/






 

2004 Japanese Outsider Folk


This is one for the people who like Kan Mikami and Kazuki Tomokawa


but this guy seems to be less known



Shuji Inaba is a Japanese avant-folk singer and guitarist who hasn't reached the same level of documentation as peers like Kan Mikami and Kazuki Tomokawa. No 13 CD box set for Shuji yet! And some might find the prospect of such a box set quite frightening -- a single disc of his raw acoustic guitar playing and whisper-scream vocalizations will be more than enough for a lot of folks. Others will find Inaba's Rapture Of Being Destroyed to be a harrowing yet compelling listen. With some tracks filled with stark outbursts from silence and others more 'song' like, this is a great record recommended for those who already dig the likes of Dead Raven Choir and the aforementioned Kan Mikami. This Last Visible Dog cd release comes with Inaba's poetic lyrics translated into English by Alan Cummings." -- Aquarius. Shuji has appeared on PSF records and has two releases on Planktone records. Similar to Kan Mikami and Kazuki Tomokawa. This CD includes a lyric sheet with translations by Alan Cummings.





"Before a small audience in the Five Pennies club in Tottori, west Japan, Shuji Inaba performs his first song, "To A Corpse", in a whisper verging on the inaudible. It's something like a shamanic prayer to wreathe his listeners in trance. An explosion of raw acoustic guitar heralds the onset of next, called "Modern Terrorism". The shaman offers his audience a journey: "Let's fly together to the dark side of the moon / A gaudy name for our epitaph." Inaba's delivery is dramatic in the extreme, as he gulps and gasps, his voice overwhelmed in emotion. The antithesis of a cool, know-it-all singer-songwriter, his Japanese antecedents would include the stylised chanting of medieval epics over the violently struck biwa lute, or the lectern-thumping passion of the Gidayu narrator in Bunraku puppet plays.


By his third song, Inaba is prepared to settle down into a recognisable song form, with metre and verses. This is a lament for the destruction of Hiroshima, a political ballad with clear kinship to the tragic Enka love songs beloved of Japanese karaoke bars. After this relatively restrained interlude, he follows his Hiroshima theme into "Uranium 235", a terrifying raw vision of people running amok to escape the return of the Enola Gay atom bomb. Thrashing his guitar, his vocal reduced on occasion to panic-stricken gibbering, Inaba is determined to put his listeners right through the experience.


Inaba comes fro Shimane, near Hiroshima, and lines up with Kan Mikami and Keiji Haino as a performer prowling the very edges of what is possible given a voice, a guitar and an audience. This is a verité recording of a club show, complete with long gabs between songs. The lyrics are provided in an English translation by Alan Cummings. The most effective track may be the exhausted ballad that follows in the wake of the harrowing "Uranium 235". "Let's play, let's be played with" -- Inaba is grappling with the dark side, maybe not of the moon, but of cute Japan."




Go Download It!


btw, i think that this is a killer recording...

Florya 03.16.2007 05:55 PM

 


For Bytor:
http://rapidshare.com/files/21385673/TG_-_IRC_14_-_Industrial_Training_College__Wakefield._1_July_19 78.rar.html

atari 2600 03.16.2007 06:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by scott v
Atari, oh man what timing the Guitarrorists dowload just showed up in a blog that is either on or linked to www.mutant-sounds.blogspot.com as i remember seeing it in my searches lastnite...

right now i can't locate the exact blog maybe someone else can, because on my work computer "blog" sites are locked out and can't be viewed... otherwsie i'll update you later when i get home.


thanks, please do...I looked...but to not avail just yet

atari 2600 03.16.2007 06:24 PM

Nevermind...i found it...2nd google attempt to the rescue...


 





http://www.megashitload/lamers/link is outta here...you had yr chance & blew it.com


Guitarrorists (1991)
1. Sonic Boom - Overture [Spacemen 3] (1:54)
2. Kurt Ralske - Tar, Iodine, Blood + Rust [Ultra Vivid Scene] (2:40)
3. Kathy Korniloff - I Really Can't Say [Two Nice Girls] (2:59)
4. Jeffrey Evans - Longwood Mansion [Gibson Brothers] (1:46)
5. Wayne Coyne - I Want to Kill My Brother: The Cymbal Head [Flaming Lips] (3:36)
6. J Mascis - A Little Ethnic Song [Dinosaur Jr.] (2:58)
7. Dean Wareham - West Broadway [Galaxie 500] (2:38)
8. Mark E. Robinson - Guitarrorists Theme [Unrest] (1:44)
9. Marc Gentry - Mariposa [Rein Sanction] (2:43)
10. Dave Rick - Where's Gitchi Oombigat At? [King Missile] (4:01)
11. Kat Bjelland - Bruise Violet [Babes in Toyland] (3:12)
12. Thurston Moore - Blues for Spacegirl [Sonic Youth] (4:51)
13. Helios Creed - Green Volcano [Chrome] (1:37)
14. Tom Hazelmeyer - Guitar Wank-Off #13 [Halo of Flies] (3:16)
15. Paul Leary - Fillipé Mepelpeepe [Butthole Surfers] (3:19)
16. Nick Salomon - Dark Field [Bevis Frond] (3:00)
17. Don Fleming - Sound as Steel [Gumball] (1:08)
18. Kim Gordon - Kitten [Sonic Youth] (1:43)
19. Nikki Sudden - Cat's Cradle (3:26)
20. Kramer - Ovulation Always Brings Me Down [Bongwater] (2:23)
21. Neil Haggerty - Fallen off the Rocks [Royal Trux] (4:03)
22. Wayne Rogers - Hoichi the Earless [Crystalized Movements] (3:28)
23. Rick McCollum - Spider Plum [Afghan Whigs] (4:18)
24. Marcy Mays - Always Late [Scrawl] (1:06)
25. Lee Ranaldo - Here [Sonic Youth] (5:27)
26. Steve Albini - Nutty About Lemurs [Big Black] (1:43)

don't bother copying and pasting this section above^. The blogger had many errors and misspellings which I corrected.

Password: screwed_the_pooch

The link was from a blog & is expired now or I have otherwise removed it. It's up to you to find it now and find out for yourself which is the case.

FruitLoop 03.16.2007 09:09 PM

Bob Hund - "Ingenting" (nothing). demo, 1992&1993)

 


My favorite band besides SY, they are amazing live but since they sing in swedish, they don't see much exposure outside of scandinavia. THis was released on vinyl in 2002 (1003 copies) to celebrate the band's 10th anniversary, and also free on their website in four (4!) different audio file types if you go here. Also, directly cut-and-pasted links from their site ("ladda ner" = download):

--------------------------
1. Hippodromen Ladda ner 2. Kompromissen Ladda ner 3. Allt på ett kort Ladda ner 4. Den ensamme sjömannens födelsedag Ladda ner 5. Ett ja som låter som ett nej Ladda ner 6. Jacques Costeau Ladda ner 7. Telefonsamtal till mor Ladda ner 8. Vem vill bliva stor Ladda ner 9. Tack och godnatt Ladda ner

Dead-Air 03.16.2007 09:14 PM

I've got a request if anyone has got it. I really want to get the Ramsey Lewis album Mother Nature's Son which is all wacked out moog covers of songs from the White Album. It's never been released in the U.S. on cd, though it was in Japan. The import is like $50-100 or more!

Everyneurotic 03.16.2007 09:32 PM

anyone interested in the why are we here 7" comp on no core?

it's considered to be the companion to no core and it includes the excellent stillborn christians, along with corrosion of conformity, no labels and bloodmobile.

Dead-Air 03.17.2007 12:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Erotic Pacman



Thanks. Tried downloading it and had some sort of error, so I'll have a go again later.

Cantankerous 03.17.2007 12:08 AM

okay, i'm going to clean that patti smith bootleg i was talking about (because it has some weird silvery shit all over one side and i don't know what it is) and figure out how to record LPs to the computer and i'll post it in here.

Florya 03.17.2007 01:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by atari 2600
found these though (the T.G. is in the Feb archive)



I know - I put it there. :)

Cantankerous 03.17.2007 02:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cantankerous
okay, i'm going to clean that patti smith bootleg i was talking about (because it has some weird silvery shit all over one side and i don't know what it is) and figure out how to record LPs to the computer and i'll post it in here.

forget it. not happening.

Florya 03.17.2007 05:25 AM

SPK - THE LAST ATTEMPT AT PARADISE

Cover artwork is included in the file.


 


http://rapidshare.com/files/21443254...adise.rar.html

atari 2600 03.17.2007 09:26 AM

Pardon me, do you have any Grey Poupon?

Signpost 03.17.2007 10:16 AM

Cool thread!
Now here's something from me:

Witold Lutoslawski - Trois Poèmes D'Henri Michaux
(1966, Wergo WER 60019 LP.)

Side 1

01 Trois Poèmes D'Henri Michaux (für Chor und Orchester)
i. Pensées ii. Le Grand Combat iii. Repos dans le Malheur


Side 2

02 Postludium (für Orchester)
03 Streichquartett (für Orchester)


http://rapidshare.com/files/20876445...oemes.rar.html

andrei 03.17.2007 10:41 AM

Jim O'Rourke - Muni / Michel Piccoli

Label: Table Of The Elements
Catalog #: N 7
Format: 7" / White Vinyl
Realease Year: 1993
Country: US

Notes: Ltd. edition of less than 1000.

http://www.sendspace.com/file/hawnd7

* I don't have my own photos of the vinyl, but you can see some at discogs.com

sarramkrop 03.17.2007 05:27 PM

Anti Social - Battle Scarred Skinheads!


March 15th, 2007

REPOST FROM SKAFUNKRASTAPUNK.COM
Blackpool four piece Anti Social formed in 1981 under the name Hate Of The City and first contained six members.A name change to Anti Social ( after the Skrewdriver song which was a fav of Daz) and the shedding of two members saw the band change and start writting more hardcore oi! music in the punk scene.lack of press and a decline in the Oi! scene forced the band to split in 1983. Daz went on to form Skin Up and the other members went on to join into other punk bands.
Tracks:

1. Too Many People
2. Let’s Have Some Fun
3. Backstreet Boys
4. Your Choice
5. New Punks
6. Screw U
7. Battle Scarred Skinheads
8. Official Hooligan
9. Sewer Rat
10. What Have We Got
11. Bollocks
12. Can’t Even Dream
13. Anti War
14. New Punks (Demo)
15. Union Jack
16. Live And Let Live
17. Brick Wall

http://www.borninthebasement.net/?p=391#more-391



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