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Petula Clark - This Is My Song (2009) 2CD  

Posted by firepower at Nov. 30, 2015
Petula Clark - This Is My Song (2009) 2CD

Petula Clark - This Is My Song (2009) 2CD
2x EAC, FLAC image, CUE+LOG - 516 MB | MP3 320 CBR - 233 MB | Complete 600dpi Art, JPG - 50 MB or TIF - 152 MB
Soft Rock | 2009 White Collection WHITE245 | 5% recovery record | Source: My CD

This is a 32 track collection from Petula Clark. All tracks are re-recordings. It is not noted when these tracks were recorded but her voice is great and the instrumentation is good also. Casual listeners may want to look for a single CD collection of her original recordings. Fans may be interested in this more extensive collection.
Anne Murray - What A Wonderful Christmas (2001) 2 CD *Re-Up*

Anne Murray - What A Wonderful Christmas (2001) 2 CD
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Canadian songbird Anne Murray has always had success with her gentle, traditional approach to Christmas and holiday music, and "What a Wonderful Christmas" is no exception. The majority of the songs on this two-CD set are faithful Christmas chestnuts ("Joy to the World," "Away in a Manger," "O Holy Night," "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"), with a few lesser-known, non-traditional numbers ("This Season Will Never Grow Old," "Christmas Wishes," "Sweet Little Jesus Boy"). All of the songs are delivered in a warm acoustic setting, with a handful featuring tasteful string and brass sections and a small backing choir. Anne Murray's music always seems most appropriate in the winter, and a collection of holiday songs fits that bill nicely.
We Five - You Were On My Mind (1966) Make Someone Happy (1967) [1996 2on1] *Re-Up*

We Five - You Were On My Mind (1966) Make Someone Happy (1967) (1996 2on1)
EAC, Flac image, CUE+LOG - 349 MB | MP3 320 CBR - 139 MB | 600dpi artwork, JPG - 93 MB or PNG - 197 MB
Rock | 1996 Collectors' Choice DPSM 5172 | 5% recovery record | Source: My CD

The quintet was among the first Bay Area groups to have chart success merging acoustic-based folk music with electric instrumentation. This single CD, from mail-order archivists Collector's Choice Music, contains the quintet's first two long-players: You Were on My Mind and Make Someone Happy. Both titles are similar in style and content, charting the linear progression of pop music and its fusion with folk, rock & roll, and post-bop jazz.
Cheap Trick - At Budokan, The Complete Concert [2 CD, Remastered & Enhanced Re-issue]

Cheap Trick - At Budokan, The Complete Concert [2 CD, Remastered & Enhanced Re-issue]
Year & Label: 1978/1998 Sony Music/Epic/Leagcy | CD#: EPC 489650 2
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Originally released as a 10-track live album in the late 1970s when live albums were all the rage, At Budokan neatly summed up this oddball power-pop/hard rock band with the added ferocity a live show brings. Tracks such as "Hello There," "Surrender," "I Want You to Want Me," and Fats Domino's "Ain't That a Shame" were infused with a power their studio versions only hint at. Twenty years after the original concert in April 1978, the classic live album has been expanded to include nine additional tracks that make this a must-have for fans of the original.

Neil Young - Fork in the Road [CD+DVD Edition]  

Posted by Toxxy at Feb. 1, 2010
Neil Young - Fork in the Road [CD+DVD Edition]

Neil Young - Fork in the Road [CD+DVD Edition]
Year & Label: 2009 Reprise Records | CD#: 9362-49787-2
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Neil Young - Fork in the Road [CD+DVD Edition]


Deluxe Edition includes both the "Fork In The Road" CD and a special bonus DVD. The DVD features three live, never-before-seen concert videos, and videos for four songs on the album.
Electric Frankenstein - Burn Bright, Burn Fast [Enhanced CD]

Electric Frankenstein - Burn Bright, Burn Fast [Enhanced CD]
Year & Label: 2005 TKO Records | CD#: TKO ROUND 143
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Punk-Rock | FLAC: 335 MB | Mp3: 103 MB | Artwork: 27 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery

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"A full-blast powerhouse experience!" [Maximum Rock'n'Roll]

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Once again, Electric Frankenstein make history with the unprecedented release of their newest album! Never subtle, EF is one of the most written-about bands in the punk rock underground. They have released 13 albums, 13 EPs, 13 x 2 singles, and 13 split singles in 13 years. Most of all, EF has done a series of exciting things in creating this new album, secretly hiding their best songs from each recording session over the years and saving them to be used for this 13th anniversary album! 'Burn Bright, Burn Fast' not only ups the ante for the state of modern punk, it also features another first: the enhanced CD features wild animation by renowned poster artist Johnny Ace and each record comes with a voucher that goes into a drawing for hundreds of prizes, including cash! [Amazon-com]

Supersuckers - Paid [CD-EP]  

Posted by Toxxy at Jan. 6, 2010
Supersuckers - Paid [CD-EP]

Supersuckers - Paid [CD-EP]
Year & Label: 2006 Mid-Fi Recordings | CD#: ABT5017CD
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Still going strong since the late 1980s, the Supersuckers have worn themselves a very comfortable niche in between their raucous cowpunk roots and the weathered, countrified stroll they've adopted in recent years. PAID is a six-song EP that finds the band in both modes, still showing their party-hearty backbone but slowing down to a respectably rootsy shuffle. Singer Eddie Spaghetti continues to belt out neon tributes to the weird side of the Southwest, but with a honeyed croak that develops only with years of experience.
Damned - Damned Damned Damned [3 CD, 30th. Anniversary Edt., Remastered]

Damned - Damned Damned Damned [3 CD, 30th. Anniversary Edt., Remastered]
Year & Label: 1977/2007 Stiff Records/Santuary Records Group/Universal
CD1#: 00602517556416 | CD2#: 00602517556423 | CD3#: 006025117556430
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"Damned, Damned, Damned" still thrills. Its freshness, energy and capacity to musically assault have never dimmed. As British Punk’s first album it remains timeless. Originally released in February 1977 and reaching number 36 in the U.K. chart, the album explodes with an energy, power and cutting edge that none of its rivals came remotely close to matching. As such, it is considered by many fans to be their greatest release in their extensive catalogue. Along with the original album, this Deluxe Expanded Edition captures everything else that the band recorded under professional circumstances during Punk’s year zero. Early demos, all the B-sides, both John Peel Sessions, their scorching BBC In Concert and the rare ‘Stretcher Case Baby’ / ‘Sick Of Being Sick’ 7’ single recording. And if that isn’t enough, this release also features a previously unreleased bootleg of the band’s very first gig recorded from the 100 Club on July 6th 1976. This is the year one of The Damned and is evidence that this was one of the most extraordinary 12 months for any band, of any era.


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Merry "Damned" X-mas!
Slayer - Haunting The Chapel (CD-EP) [Remastered with Bonus Track]

Slayer - Haunting The Chapel (CD-EP) [Remastered with Bonus Track]
Year/Label: 1984/2004 Metal Blade Records | CD#: MB666-1
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Boasting the awesome "Chemical Warfare," a regular staple of Slayer's live shows, the Haunting the Chapel EP was a more crucial stepping stone in the legendary L.A. band's career development than many give it credit for. Issued in between the band's very promising debut and the following year's more sonically ripened Hell Awaits, Haunting the Chapel offers important clues about this transition period, which saw Slayer's rock-based song structures give way to the non-linear, genre-defining style thereafter regarded as thrash metal's signature sound. Among the uniformly solid cuts here, the enduring fan favorite "Captor of Sin" is another highlight, making this a well-recommended release for committed Slayer fans. [by Eduardo Rivadavia, AMG]

Los Gusanos - I'd Love To Save The World (CD-EP)  

Posted by Toxxy at Nov. 4, 2009
Los Gusanos - I'd Love To Save The World (CD-EP)

Los Gusanos - I'd Love To Save The World (CD-EP)
Year/Label: 1994 Alternative Tentacles | CD#: VIRUS 141CD | WinRAR Recovery 5%
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