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+100 Bonus Table Saw Tips CD-ROM from Shopnotes & Woodsmith  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by zxcvbn at Dec. 17, 2012
+100 Bonus Table Saw Tips CD-ROM from Shopnotes & Woodsmith

+100 Bonus Table Saw Tips CD-ROM from Shopnotes & Woodsmith
August Home | 2007 | ISO in RAR | 68 Mb

100+ Bonus Woodworking Tips CD-ROM from Shopnotes & Woodsmith  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by zxcvbn at Aug. 31, 2012
100+ Bonus Woodworking Tips CD-ROM from Shopnotes & Woodsmith

100+ Bonus Woodworking Tips CD-ROM from Shopnotes & Woodsmith
August Home | 2007 | ISO in RAR | 320 Mb
Peter Green Splinter Group - Reaching The Cold 100 (2003) (bonus EP) [Proper REPOST]

Peter Green Splinter Group - Reaching The Cold 100 (2003) (bonus EP)
Blues Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Wv + Cue + Log | covers
Eagle EAGCD224 | rel: 2003 | 510Mb

Reaching the Cold 100 is the final Peter Green Splinter Group recording. It is polished, warm-toned British blues-rock in a mode that literally puts anything Eric Clapton's done in the last 20 years to shame. Peter Stroud, Nigel Watson and Roger Cotton composed most of the material here separately; yet they have figured out a way to sound like a single songwriter reflecting Green's voice and musical persona. This record has a ton of spiritual themes attached to it, many of them spooky – and not in that clichéd way people have been imitating Robert Johnson in either.
Face To Face - How To Ruin Everything (2002) {Victor Japan VICP-61742 - bonus tracks}

Face To Face - How To Ruin Everything (2002) {Victor Japan VICP-61742 - bonus tracks}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 404 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 121 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 70 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2002 Lady Luck Records / Vagrant Records / Victor Japan | VICP-61742
Rock / Punk Rock / Alternative Rock / Punk Revival / New Wave / Skatepunk / Punk Pop

How to Ruin Everything is Face to Face's reflection piece. The bandmembers take a look back on what made them love punk rock in the first place and churn it into an infectious disposition. They spent the 1990s fighting against the mainstream and through various personal and professional shifts inside the band, and How to Ruin Everything emerges as Face to Face's strongest material to date. Frontman Trever Keith is fierce, and his songwriting is now shaped into something courageous and meaningful. He and bandmates bassist Scott Shiflett and drummer Pete Parada ignore current punk-pop sounds for a gnarling rock growl.

Malia - Yellow Daffodils (2003) {Epic 503369/5 - bonus tracks}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at July 20, 2017
Malia - Yellow Daffodils (2003) {Epic 503369/5 - bonus tracks}

Malia - Yellow Daffodils (2003) {Epic 503369/5 - bonus tracks}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 435 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 138 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 85 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2003 Epic / Rêve Orange / Sony Music | 503369/5
Jazz / Vocal Jazz / Neo Soul / Soul Jazz / Jazz Pop

Malia's vocal style is one that's powerful, jazzy, classy, and daring from a musical perspective. The different tracks on the album showcase her willingness to experiment with big-band, jazz, hip-hop, soul, and international sounds. A couple of tracks that stand out are the up-beat "Lifting you high," her sensual and seductive "India Song," and her rendition of "solitude." It is quite a shame that this artist will (probably) never see her album being released in the uS, as her style doesn't "fit" the mold of the American urban and R&B stations. It is too classy to be noticed by fans of simple stuff like Ashanti or Mariah Carey.
Morcheeba - Blood Like Lemonade (2010) [Hidden Bonus Track Edition]

Morcheeba - Blood Like Lemonade (2010) [Hidden Bonus Track Edition]
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 266 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~111 Mb | Scans ~ 160 Mb | Time: 00:48:40
Downtempo, Trip-Hop, Electronic, Alternative | Label: PIAS/Soyuz | # 945.A201.020, PIASR 201 CD

A more literal return to form, Blood Like Lemonade builds on the familiar downtempo grooves that filled Morcheeba's 2008 effort Dive Deep, but this time with original vocalist Skye Edwards back in the fray. Right from the opening dusty, minor-keyboard chord, the album is instantly identifiable for fans as stony, late-night grooves combine with melodies that are both pop-minded and soul-spirited. All the organic elements that sit on top of the slow, rolling drum machines are back, as is the sinister underbelly of their early material, although here it's amped up a touch. The title track references “drinking blood like lemonade,” while “Recipe for Disaster” begins “Wanna know why there's a dead guy in my dining room” before unveiling a story that's somewhere between the Jesse James legend and Natural Born Killers. The sweet tricks are Edwards using her velvet voice to make it all sound delicious, along with her ability to be equally effective on the breezy, positive numbers like “I Am the Spring.” Add “Crimson,” which would be the quintessential Morcheeba song if “Rome Wasn't Built in a Day” didn't exist, and Blood Like Lemonade exceeds expectations, coming in a close second behind fan favorite Big Calm.

ELOY - Eloy (1971) [2008, Remastered with Bonus Tracks]  Music

Posted by v3122 at July 9, 2017
ELOY - Eloy (1971) [2008, Remastered with Bonus Tracks]

ELOY - Eloy (1971)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Philips/Revisited 531077-9, SPV 50872 CD | ~ 343 or 120 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 34 Mb
Progressive / Psychedelic / Space Rock

This is the debut recording from one of Germany's most accomplished progressive rock bands. The band was originally co-led by vocalist Erich Schriever and guitarist Frank Bornemann, and the two differed on musical direction, which is evident here…
Face To Face - Reactionary (2000) {Victor Japan VICP-61049 - bonus tracks}

Face To Face - Reactionary (2000) {Victor Japan VICP-61049 - bonus tracks}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 331 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 103 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 61 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2000 Lady Luck Records / Victor Japan | VICP-61049
Rock / Punk Rock / Alternative Rock / Punk Revival / New Wave / Skatepunk / Punk Pop

While many mainstream punk bands put up an image that they exist outside the system of corporate rock, Face to Face proved when putting together Reactionary that they are, in fact, just as keyed into the marketing process as the boy bands. According to the liner notes, 16 tracks were posted on the Internet and fans voted for the best songs, 12 of which appear on this album. Kind of like a year 2000 equivalent of the Pizza Parlor Jury. The songs are rather typical hardcore punk, certainly not ranking up with the band's best material.

Jay-Z - 4:44 (Bonus Tracks Edition) (2017)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at July 7, 2017
Jay-Z - 4:44 (Bonus Tracks Edition) (2017)

Jay-Z - 4:44 (Bonus Tracks Edition) (2017)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +cue, log, m3u - 274 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 106 MB | 00:46:21
Rap, Hip-Hop | Label: Roc Nation / Jay-Z

Jay Z, previously known as Jaÿ-Z and Jay-Z, released album dropping. We don't know if it's a "visual album" like his wife Beyoncé dropped, but it could be both. Listen new album from the legend Jay Z. Featuring on the album Gloria Carter, Frank Ocean, Damian Marley and James Blake.
Face To Face - Standards And Practices (1999) {Victor Japan VICP-60760 - bonus tracks}

Face To Face - Standards And Practices (1999) {Victor Japan VICP-60760 - bonus tracks}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 327 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 93 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 41 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1999 Lady Luck Records / Victor Japan | VICP-60760
Rock / Punk Rock / Alternative Rock / Punk Revival / New Wave / Skatepunk / Punk Pop

Punk revivalism may incite a brash attitude and a sour disposition, but there is also a soft spot. It's not always about angst and rebellion. There's a passionate side too. SoCal punkers Face to Face tone down their skate punk snarl for an intriguing set of covers on Standards and Practices, kissing the hands of those '80s new wave/indie rock/punk bands that came before them. The band picked their own favorite tunes, paying tribute to bands such as the Smiths, the Pogues, Jawbreaker, the Ramones, and the Pixies. Standards and Practices is raw and vibrant, and the underlying power behind their own versions also exudes the excitement found in the original songs and escapes the repetitiveness found on most compilations.