Katsuya Terada

El Rey Mono de Katsuya Terada  Comics

Posted by Coda at Jan. 17, 2012
El Rey Mono de Katsuya Terada

El Rey Mono de Katsuya Terada
Dark Horse Manga, 2005 | CBR | Spanish | 142 pages | 65.7 MB

Goku, el irresponsable Rey Mono, acompaña a un monje y a un cerdo al Oeste (la India). El objetivo del viaje es el mismo Buda… Pero esta versión adulta (en más de un sentido) llega más lejos. Goku, rebelde, no quiere arrodillarse ante nada ni nadie y pretende matar a Shaka, el mismísimo Buda… ¿o quizá no sea Buda realmente? ¿Realmente se rebela Goku o está haciendo justo lo que se esperaba de él?

Katsuya Terada's Poster Girls  Graphics

Posted by still_down at Aug. 23, 2007
Katsuya Terada's Poster Girls

Katsuya Terada's Poster Girls
20 JPG | ~2000x3000 | 9 mb

Dark Horse Comics (1986-2009)  Comics

Posted by FenixN at Dec. 15, 2015
Dark Horse Comics (1986-2009)

Dark Horse Comics (1986-2009)
4253 CBR and CBZ Books | English | 73,8 GB

Dark Horse Comics is an American comic book and manga publisher. It was founded in 1986 by Mike Richardson in Milwaukie, Oregon, with the concept of establishing an ideal atmosphere for creative professionals.

Dark Horse Comics (1986-2009)  Comics

Posted by FenixN at April 5, 2014
Dark Horse Comics (1986-2009)

Dark Horse Comics (1986-2009)
4257 CBR and CBZ Books | English | 73.9 GB

Dark Horse Comics is an American comic book company. These are the ongoing and current limited series publications it has released under its own brand.

Kim Kardashian - Candids at Katsuya Restaurant  Graphics

Posted by guasman at Aug. 5, 2010
Kim Kardashian - Candids at Katsuya Restaurant

Kim Kardashian - Candids at Katsuya Restaurant
7 JPG | 1200x1800 | 3,52 mb
American celebutante, socialite, model, actress, and television personality

Morvan & Terada - Le Petit Monde - Tomes 1 & 2  Comics

Posted by pinkpanther2 at Aug. 17, 2009
Morvan & Terada - Le Petit Monde - Tomes 1 & 2

Le Petit Monde - 2 Tomes
Scénario : Jean-David Morvan | Dessin : Toru Terada | Science fiction | PDF | French | 88MB

"Bonjour, tu peux m'appeler Piedra. Soit tu plonges avec moi et je te fais découvrir toute l'horreur, la crasse et la violence du Petit Monde, soit tu as peur et je te renvoie faire les rêves gnangnan que ta maman te paye. Tu as 15 secondes pour te décider."

Katsuya Yokoyama - Zen ( 2 CD ) - RAPIDSHARE  Music

Posted by horshungry at Jan. 22, 2006

Katsuya Yokoyama - Zen ( 2 CD )

MP3 | VBR 192 Kbps | 113,4 Mb


Thanks must go to nadeesh for posting this beautiful album of traditional Japanese flute music. There were problems for many people when they tried to access his Megaupload files; so I have reposted the album with Rapidshare links.

Katsuya Yokoyama - Zen ( 2 CD )  Music

Posted by nadeesh at Jan. 21, 2006
Katsuya Yokoyama - Zen ( 2 CD )



MP3 | 192 kbps | VBR

Sovereignty in Ruins: A Politics of Crisis  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at July 26, 2017
Sovereignty in Ruins: A Politics of Crisis

Sovereignty in Ruins: A Politics of Crisis by Klaus Mladek
English | Apr. 7, 2017 | ISBN: 082236302X | 361 Pages | PDF | 22 MB

Featuring essays by some of the most prominent names in contemporary political and cultural theory, Sovereignty in Ruins presents a form of critique grounded in the conviction that political thought is itself an agent of crisis. Aiming to develop a political vocabulary capable of critiquing and transforming contemporary political frameworks, the contributors advance a politics of crisis that collapses the false dichotomies between sovereignty and governmentality and between critique and crisis.
Tokyo Metropolitan SO, Hiroshi Wakasugi - Toru Takemitsu, Orchestral Works II: Gemeaux; Dream/Window; Spirit Garden (1995)

Toru Takemitsu - Orchestral Works II: Gémeaux; Dream/Window; Spirit Garden (1995)
Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra; Hiroshi Wakasugi, Ryusuke Numajiri
Masashi Honma, oboe; Christian Lindberg, trombone

EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 253 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 137 Mb | Scans ~ 58 Mb
Classical, Contemporaty | Label: Denon | # CO-78944 | Time: 00:59:52

"Gemeaux" (1971-1986) is one of Takemitsu's grandest works in terms of musical arc, scoring and length of gestation. It is written for two orchestras with two conductors, and with solo trombone at one orchestra and solo oboe at the other. As half of it was written during Takemitsu's "modernist apogee" of the turn of the '70s, we find a host of extended techniques, and at one point the soloists even speak through the mouthpieces of their instruments. As the other half of the work belongs to Takemitsu's late period, we find a successful of elegant self-contained gestures, his musical "gardens". The synthesis of two creative periods, however, makes for a piece singular in its impact in Takemitsu's oeuvre.