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Deadmau5 - W:/2016ALBUM/ (2016)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Dec. 2, 2016
Deadmau5 - W:/2016ALBUM/ (2016)

Deadmau5 - W:/2016ALBUM/ (2016)
Electronic, House | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:19:09 | 182 MB
Label: Mau5trap Recordings | Release Year: 2016

After reuniting with Kaskade, releasing a string of remixes on one of his most iconic hits, "Strobe, and teasing new tracks, live show visuals and stage setups, deadmau5 will release a new album entitled W:/2016ALBUM/. Announced in an impressively nonchalant way - via his label mautrap's.

Legs Diamond - Legs Diamond (1977)  Music

Posted by uff at April 23, 2016
Legs Diamond - Legs Diamond (1977)

Legs Diamond - Legs Diamond (1977)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Diamond Records DRCD707 | rem: 2007 | 350Mb

America was no fit place for young, hard rock bands trying to make a name for themselves during the second half of the '70s – what with the general populace being hopelessly spellbound to the strobe lights reflecting off of disco's dazzling mirror ball. Sure, established groups like Kiss and Aerosmith were still making do (or shamelessly selling out to the enemy), but the going was tough for up-and-comers on both coasts – e.g. New York's Starz and Riot, and California's Y&T, Quiet Riot, and the soon-to-break-out Van Halen.

Bjork - Post (Lossless)  Music

Posted by melloman at June 1, 2009
Bjork - Post (Lossless)

Bjork - Post
APE (separated tracks), Log, no cue | EAC + Monkey's Audio | 263 MB
5% recovery | No scans | Electronic, Rock| One Little Indian 1995

POST, Bjork's second release as a solo artist, mines the fertile soil of the eclectic musical terrain of post-modern pop. The album throbs in and out of ambient cadences with techno beats, slips into showtune theatrics, then reels back to the floor.
With a full plate of sounds already on the table, Bjork adds her own unique flare to the presentation, proving she is not easily pigeonholed. The lyrically-insistent opener, "Army Of Me," is a relentless electronic grind that is typical of Bjork's vibe, but POST also digs into Western music's more organic resources. "It's Oh So Quiet" may be a remake of an old Hollywood showtune, but Bjork's version transcends the song's silver screen aloofness on the strength of her delightful screams ("Zing, BOOM!!/You fall in love"). It is directly followed by "Enjoy," a lurching hypnotic nod with musical help from British trip-hop MC, Tricky; and the smooth, Bee Gees-like orchestration of "Isobel," a swooning accompaniment to strobe light bongo drums which announces that the listener is no longer at a rave, but at a disco.
POST shows off Bjork's grasp of technology, history and basic pop aesthetics. Few modern rock albums have sampled so many different facets of the atypical buffet and have come up with such tasty results.