108 Days

Lords of Black - Icons of the New Days (Deluxe Edition) (2018)

Lords of Black - Icons of the New Days (Deluxe Edition) (2018)
CD FLAC (tracks, no log) - 716 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 238 Mb | 01:43:49
Power, Heavy Metal, Progressive Metal | Label: Frontiers Music

Spanish melodic progressive metal masters LORDS OF BLACK — who feature in their ranks new RAINBOW singer Ronnie Romero — will release their third album, "Icons Of The New Days", on May 11 via Frontiers Music Srl.

8 Days - May 05, 2018  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at May 1, 2018
8 Days - May 05, 2018

8 Days - May 05, 2018
English | 108 pages | True PDF | 25.7 MB

8 Days - April 28, 2018  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at April 25, 2018
8 Days - April 28, 2018

8 Days - April 28, 2018
English | 108 pages | True PDF | 29.5 MB

8 Days - April 19, 2018  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at April 14, 2018
8 Days - April 19, 2018

8 Days - April 19, 2018
English | 108 pages | True PDF | 30.4 MB

8 Days - April 12, 2018  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at April 12, 2018
8 Days - April 12, 2018

8 Days - April 12, 2018
English | 108 pages | True PDF | 29.8 MB

8 Days - April 05, 2018  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at March 30, 2018
8 Days - April 05, 2018

8 Days - April 05, 2018
English | 108 pages | True PDF | 25.5 MB

8 Days - March 22, 2018  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at March 16, 2018
8 Days - March 22, 2018

8 Days - March 22, 2018
English | 108 pages | True PDF | 28.5 MB

8 Days - March 16, 2018  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at March 15, 2018
8 Days - March 16, 2018

8 Days - March 16, 2018
English | 108 pages | True PDF | 28.4 MB

8 Days - March 09, 2018  Magazines

Posted by Pulitzer at March 5, 2018
8 Days - March 09, 2018

8 Days - March 09, 2018
English | 108 pages | True PDF | 32.1 MB

Stanley Clarke - School Days (1976)  Music

Posted by murena at March 4, 2018
Stanley Clarke - School Days (1976)

Stanley Clarke - School Days (1976)
EAC Rip | APE (Image+.cue, log) | 00:37:22 min | 186 mb | Scans -> 27 mb
Genre: Jazz, Fusion / Label: Epic

Every pro electric-bass player and their mothers wore out the grooves of this record when it first came out, trying to cop Clarke's speedy, thundering, slapped-thumb bass licks. Yet ultimately, it was Clarke's rapidly developing compositional skills that made this album so listenable and so much fun for the rest of us, then and now. The title track not only contributed a killer riff to the bass vocabulary; it is a cunningly organized piece of music with a well-defined structure…