The Most Relaxing Cello Album is programmed to help calm the mind, body and spirit. The wide expressive range of the cello enables the player to conjure every emotion, but the instrument is particularly suited for creating a mood of relaxation and tranquility.
After celebrating their 30th Anniversary as a band and the release of their latest monumental release “Motherland”, the Danish melodic hard rockers are serving the fans with "Louder Than Ever". This is not a completely new album but consists of seven re-recorded classic songs from the 1995 - 2006 era plus four brand new songs! PRETTY MAIDS reminded why they are great, displaying old platter with new stuff to chew on. As always every track is a little masterpiece, each piece of sound is well worked. Japanese edition includes the bonus track.
2016, STRONGER THAN EVER is the seventh studio album from Brazilian power/progressive metal legends, Hangar. Deservedly named alongside Dream Theater, Symphony X, and Pagan's Mind as one of progressive metal's best bands. Surpassing their last two critically acclaimed releases - INSIDE YOUR SOUL and INFALLIBLE - Hangar's latest opus, STRONGER THAN EVER, has ten songs that cover a vast heavy metal landscape, and includes such standout tracks as ,,Reality Is A Prison", ,,The Revenant", and ,,The Hangar Of Hannibal". The band features world-renowned drummer extraordinaire, Aquiles Priester (Noturnall, Tony MacAlpine, Blackwelder, ex-Angra, ex-Primal Fear). This Japanese edition exclusively includes a bonus disc "ACOUSTIC, BUT PLUGGED IN!" originally released in 2011.
After celebrating their 30th Anniversary as a band and the release of their latest monumental release “Motherland”, the Danish melodic hard rockers are serving the fans with "Louder Than Ever". This is not a completely new album but consists of seven re-recorded classic songs from the 1995 - 2006 era plus four brand new songs specially written for this record and a special bonus DVD including archive footage from the 80’s, brand new interviews and plenty of cool material for the fans!
Kirsty MacColl first emerged on the British pop scene as something of a novelty – her first single was the girl group pastiche "They Don't Know," which became a hit when covered by comic Tracey Ullman, and her first chart success on her own was the witty country-styled number "There's a Guy Works Down the Chip Shop Swears He's Elvis." But in 1989, MacColl released the album Kite, which revealed she was one of the best and most insightful U.K. songwriters of her generation, with a body of work that was witty, disarmingly honest, eclectic, and adventurous. A motorboat accident claimed MacColl's life in 2000, cutting short a career that was still in motion. All I Ever Wanted: The Anthology is a two-disc collection that brings together highlights from MacColl's albums Kite, Electric Landlady (1991), Titanic Days (1993)…
Warumpi's three albums and some outakes etc packaged onto one double CD. Sadly, The Warumpi's are no more with the passing of George their lead singer. Since they first burst onto the Australian music scene in 1984 with their debut album, Big Name No Blankets, the Warumpi Band has been at the forefront of the Australian Aboriginal rock movement. The band plays a hard-driving blues-rock in both English and their native language. They often use their music to promote Aboriginal rights and causes.
Vocalist/lyricist-composer/multi-instrumentalist/sound-artist. At her studio, Mescalina, in Kobe, Japan, she has created numerous recordings both as producer and engineer (through her production company Tribal Market). As a musician and sound-artist, Haco has also given performances and created live installations throughout Japan and the world…