Mission (2001)

Vangelis - Mythodea. Music For The NASA Mission: 2001 Mars Odyssey (2010) [Repost]

Vangelis - Mythodea. Music For The NASA Mission: 2001 Mars Odyssey
Genre: New age, Electronic | NTSC 4:3 (720x480) LetterBox Bitrate: 6-8 Mbps
Audio: LPCM 2.0 - 1536 Kbps , DD 5.1 - 448 Kbps | 5.9 GB (DVD9) | 5% Recovery
Length: 76 mins | Uploaded/Bitshare/Freakshare | Links are interchangable

Marco Mak: Cop on a Mission (2001)  Video

Posted by mal11lam at Feb. 20, 2010
Marco Mak: Cop on a Mission (2001)

Cop on a Mission - Marco Mak (2001)
Kantonesisch | Subtitle: English| 1:37:53 | 512 x 272 NTSC | DiVX | MP3 – 93 kbps | 700 MB
Genre: Action/Drama

This is different then the usual undercover cop movie.The main character starts off as a normal HK cop working the beat until he decides to follow a suspicious character into a cafe, the guy who they are following freaks and a gun fight ensues resulting in a lot of bloodshed. The guy who they were following was a nobody in the eyes of the triads and gets away due to the fact that the main character is in shock to see what he has just done. He hates his salary as a patrol man and can't even afford to take his girlfriend out to dinner,he becomes involved with a triad boss and is given the choice to go undercover. Now this is where it is different instead of the viewer being forced to view the cliched bring the bad guys down and take them to justice, the viewer gets to see a man fly high and not want to come down. During the film we often bump in to the crook he chased into the cafe at the beginning of the movie he screws him over every time which effects him seriously at the end of the film( I won't spoil). There are many fresh situations that are new and creative for example when the main character first gets involved with the triads he is sent on a mission to rescue his in debt gambling addicted wife from crooks in Macau who will only let her go if he has sex with her and gives them a good show.The acting is excellent,good plot (especially the sub story between he head triad and his wife).I give the film ****/**** for originality that never ceased to amaze me, a great HK film.
Vangelis - Mythodea: Music For The NASA Mission: 2001 Mars Odyssey (DVD-5) - 2001

Vangelis - Mythodea: Music For The NASA Mission: 2001 Mars Odyssey (DVD-5) - 2001
DVD-5 | Video: MPEG 16:9 720x576 | Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1/PCM stereo | ~3,90 Gb | 3% Recovery
Genre: Classical, Electronic, New Age

Concert Conceived and Designed by Vangelis At the THEMLE OF ZEUS - Athens, Greece, on June 28, 2001.
Vangelis - Mythodea  (Music For The NASA Mission - 2001 Mars Odyssey)

Vangelis - Mythodea (Music For The NASA Mission - 2001 Mars Odyssey) (2001)
MP3 | 320 Kbps | Stereo / 44100 Hz | 01:02:46 | 150 Mb + 5% Recovery | RS & DF
Genre: New Age

Royal Hunt - The Mission '2001  

Posted by mpr at June 19, 2007
Royal Hunt - The Mission '2001

Royal Hunt - The Mission '2001
Heavy Metal Rock | APE,CUE,LOG 3% r/i | RIP: CD | 409 Мb
Vangelis: Mythodea: Music for the NASA Mission: 2001 Mars Odyssey

Vangelis: Mythodea: Music for the NASA Mission: 2001 Mars Odyssey
MP3 | 256 Kbps | 107.80 MB | October 23, 2001

An avatar of orchestral synthesis for 30 years, Vangelis has only now made his full orchestral outing with the ambitious and epic Mythodea. Currently linked as theme music for NASA's Mission to Mars program, Mythodea dates back to 1993, when Vangelis premiered the work in a live performance. After the amorphous synthesizer opening, Vangelis is little-heard, using his keyboards only to support the large orchestra, 100-voice mixed choir, massed timpani, and the twin soprano leads of Kathleen Battle and Jessye Norman. Echoes of Gustav Holst, Gustav Mahler, and Carl Orff suffuse Mythodea, with its stentorian choirs, rumbling percussion, and dense string writing. Singing a hybrid language, Norman and Battle spiral through Vangelis's evocation of an ancient Greek landscape. By turns smothering and grandiose, and often turgid, Mythodea is nevertheless studded with memorable themes, notably "Movement 9." It's a poignant, haunting melody, with the sopranos looping back and forth in ascending arcs, recalling Delibes's aria from "Lakmé," better known as the British Airways theme. This is the Vangelis of "L'Enfant," and "Heaven & Hell," where the composer's true voice is heard. –John Diliberto

The Mission - Aura (2001)  Music

Posted by v3122 at Jan. 22, 2011
The Mission - Aura (2001)

The Mission - Aura (2001)
Gothic Rock | EAC Rip | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 13 Tracks
Scans(300dpi) Included | SPV 085-62762 CD | ~556 + 220 Mb | FSonic, FServe, Uploaded

There is a happy land where the Mission never went off the boil, where the desperate maneuverings of Masque and Neverland never sent them spiraling away from what they did best, and where the upheavals and evils of the past ten years never once impacted the gorgeous gleam of post-Zep atmosphere and pre-Hollywood Tolkien-esque fantasy that was the hallmark of their best (first two) albums. It is a land that has been on regular display on-stage since the band's late-'90s reformation, but Aura, a U.K. release in 2001 that finally reached America 12 months later, was its first studio manifestation – and what a joy it is…

Vangelis - Mythodea (2001) - MP3 320Kbps + Covers  Music

Posted by Fryk at Feb. 20, 2006

Vangelis - Mythodea (2001)
Music for the NASA mission: 2001 Mars odyssey

MP3 320Kbps | 44.1 KHz | LAME 3.97 | Stereo + Covers - 151 Mb

Settlers® 4: Gold Edition, the (2001)  Games

Posted by Lebedev30 at Feb. 25, 2017
Settlers® 4: Gold Edition, the (2001)

Settlers® 4: Gold Edition, the (2001)
PC Game | Developer: Blue Byte Studio / Ubisoft | 504.5 MB
Languages: English
Version GOG: 2.0.0.4
Genre: Strategy - Real-time - Fantasy
Carla Olson - Honest As Daylight: The Best Of Carla Olson 1981-2000 (2001)

Carla Olson - Honest As Daylight: The Best Of Carla Olson 1981-2000 (2001)
MP3 (CBR 320 kbps) | 01:13:42 | 181 MB
Genre: Folk-Rock, Country, Rock | Label: Houston Party Records

Austin-to-L.A. transplants the Textones were one of the few post-new wave "roots rock" bands of the mid-'80s to deserve the appellation. (Unfortunately, they're mostly remembered, if at all, only as the band Kathy Valentine left to join the Go-Go's.) Unlike the terribly overrated Lone Justice or the beer salesmen in the Long Ryders or the Del Fuegos, Carla Olson and company came off like a punkier version of the Gram Parsons-era Byrds, with a poppy edge on unexpected covers like the Searchers' "Silver" and Neil Sedaka's "Keep a Walkin'."