Electric Light Orchestra Discovery

Electric Light Orchestra - Discovery (1979/2015) [24bit/192kHz]

Electric Light Orchestra - Discovery (1979/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time - 39:00 minutes | 1,45 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Discovery is the eighth studio album by British symphonic rock band, Electric Light Orchestra (ELO). Discovery was the band's first number 1 album in the UK, entering the chart at that position and staying there for five weeks.[3 - The album contained five hit songs in "Shine a Little Love", "Don't Bring Me Down", "Last Train to London", "Confusion" and "The Diary of Horace Wimp", many of which were heavily influenced by disco.
Electric Light Orchestra - Discovery (1979) (Mastersound Gold)

Electric Light Orchestra - Discovery (1979) (Mastersound Gold)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Jet/Epic, ZK 64646 R93 | rem: 1993 | 260+570 Mb

Electric Light Orchestra continued on their winning Top 40 ways with the release of Discovery. Now pared down to the basic four-piece unit, Jeff Lynne continued to dominate the band and they still got their hits (this time around it was the smash "Don't Bring Me Down"). Elsewhere on the disc there was, of note, "Last Train to London" and "Confusion." Though Discovery charted well, it was becoming obvious that ELO were starting to run themselves out of useful Beatles hooks with which to fuel their hit-making machine. ~Allmusic
Electric Light Orchestra - Discovery (1979) [CBS/Sony Records - Japan]

Electric Light Orchestra - Discovery (1979) [CBS/Sony Records - Japan]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Complete Scans 600 dpi | FS.com + Filesonic.com | 285 MB (rar 3% Rec)
Label: CBS Records/Jet Records | CSCS 6006 | Genre: Rock, progressive rock

Electric Light Orchestra continued on their winning Top 40 ways with the release of Discovery. Now pared down to the basic four-piece unit, Jeff Lynne continued to dominate the band and they still got their hits (this time around it was the smash "Don't Bring Me Down"). Elsewhere on the disc there was, of note, "Last Train to London" and "Confusion." Though Discovery charted well, it was becoming obvious that ELO were starting to run themselves out of useful Beatles hooks with which to fuel their hit-making machine.

Electric Light Orchestra - Discovery (1979)  Music

Posted by [email protected] at May 7, 2010
Electric Light Orchestra - Discovery (1979)

Electric Light Orchestra - Discovery (1979)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 264 MB | 39,17 min | Scans
Label: Jet Records 1979 | Rock, Pop | CDJETLP500 | RAR 3% Rec.

Discovery was the band's first No. 1 album in the UK, entering the chart at that position and staying there for five weeks. The LP contained five hit songs in "Shine a Little Love," "Don't Bring Me Down," "Last Train to London", "Confusion" and "The Diary of Horace Wimp", many of which were heavily influenced by disco (in fact, Richard Tandy came up with its well known nickname, Disco Very). "Don't Bring Me Down" would become their only top three hit in the UK throughout their career, and also their highest-charting US single at #4. "The Diary of Horace Wimp" was also a hit single in the UK, although it was not patterned after the disco sound; instead it was closer in style to the band's earlier hit "Mr. Blue Sky." More..
Electric Light Orchestra - Discovery (1979) [24-bit/96kHz Vinyl Rip]

Electric Light Orchestra - Discovery (1979)
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz | no Cue | ~830 MB | 5% Recovery
Genre: Rock | Colambia Records | 9 Tracks
Electric Light Orchestra - Discovery 1979 (Remastered) - lossless

Electric Light Orchestra - Discovery 1979 (Remastered)
APE | 284 MB
Electric Light Orchestra - The Electric Light Orchestra (1971/2015) [Off Digital Download 24/192]

Electric Light Orchestra - ELO II (1973/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time - 41:30 minutes | 1,58 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

The Electric Light Orchestra is the debut studio album by English rock band Electric Light Orchestra (ELO), released in December 1971. In the US, the album was released in early 1972 as No Answer, after a misunderstood telephone message made by a United Artists Records executive asking about the album name. The caller, having failed to reach the ELO contact, wrote down "no answer" in his notes, and this was misconstrued to be the name of the album.
Electric Light Orchestra - Eldorado (1974/2015) [24bit/192kHz]

Electric Light Orchestra - Eldorado: A Symphony by the Electric Light Orchestra (1974/2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time - 39:13 minutes | 1,52 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Electric Light Orchestra's fourth album, released in 1974 carries a concept through the entire album and the first to feature an orchestra.

Electric Light Orchestra a New World Record  

Posted by MoneyRich at Sept. 5, 2015
Electric Light Orchestra a New World Record

Electric Light Orchestra a New World Record by Solomon Reno
English | 1977 | ASIN: B007N6LQZM | 64 Pages | PDF | 10 MB

Since the Electric Light orchestra's debut album in 1972, the lnglish group led by guitarist, c0mposer, vocalist and songwriter Jeff Lynne, has been an innovating furce at every step of their career.

Electric Light Orchestra - Zoom Tour Live  

Posted by cultozavr at May 8, 2009
Electric Light Orchestra - Zoom Tour Live

Electric Light Orchestra - Zoom Tour Live
DVD9 | 720x480 | 6500 kbps | AC-3 5.1 - 448 kbps, AC-3 2 - 224 kbps, Dts 5.1 | 7700 Mb
DVD-Rip | XviD | 608x352 | 1720 kbps | mp3 - 256 kbps | 1400 Mb
DVD Release Date: November 13, 2001 | Image Entertainment | English | 98 mins

This superlative concert video is a godsend for fans of Electric Light Orchestra, since ELO's Zoom tour was cut short, sadly, because of lackluster ticket sales. Judging from this tour-opening performance (in May 2001, at the CBS studios in Los Angeles), those canceled gigs were a major loss, because Jeff Lynne's revamped ELO is in top form, playing six new songs from Zoom (ELO's first release in 15 years) and 17 hits from the band's beloved legacy. Like the meticulous producer he is, guitarist-composer Lynne plays cordial frontman to an appreciative audience, and his re-creation of ELO's classical-rock sound is astonishing in its fidelity to the studio recordings. From the moment ELO's signature "space-ship" stage blossoms to reveal Lynne's eight-piece ensemble (including, of course, two cellists), there's not a weak song in the brisk 98-minute set.