Blue Oyster Cult – The Complete Columbia Albums Collection (16CD Box Set) (2012)
Release: 2012 | Track: | Format: MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Size: 2,15 GB
Genre: Classic, Hard, Progressive, Psychedelic Rock | Label: Sony Legacy
Originally formed in Long Island as Soft White Underbelly in 1967, Blue Oyster Cult combined adventurous lyrical themes with an aggressive instrumental sound. With passion and intelligence on display in equal measure, Blue Oyster Cult became the thinking fan’s rock band and a sign of life in a sea of dull, anemic soft-pop. Anthems like “Godzilla,” “Harvester of Eyes” and “Don’t Fear the Reaper” stretched the boundaries of rock topics while lead guitarist Donald “Buck Dharma” Roeser became a hero to legions of budding axe-wielders. The band’s mystique extended to their album artwork, resulting in some of the most distinctive and iconic LP covers of the rock era. Blue Oyster Cult – The Columbia Albums Collection gathers the essential pieces of the Blue Oyster Cult story into one mind-boggling totality.
Blue Oyster Cult – The Columbia Albums Collection brings together the group’s 14 official Columbia Records albums–including newly-mastered editions of On Your Feet or on Your Knees, Fire of Unknown Origin, The Revolution by Night, Mirrors, Cultosaurus Erectus, Extraterrestrial Live, Club Ninja and Imaginos–alongside two newly-curated bonus discs: Rarities and Radios Appear: The Best of the Broadcasts (a special collection of classic live performances).
In addition, the Blue Oyster Cult – The Columbia Albums Collection box set comes with a special download code good for four live concert broadcasts as well as a forty page booklet chock full of photos and liner notes from celebrated music writer and guitarist Lenny Kaye.
NOTE: Sony Music/ Legacy Recordings would like to acknowledge that there were issues with the website for the download offer included in this package. As of 11/09/2012 the website has been corrected and the download offer works as intended. Sony Music/ Legacy Recordings would like to apologize for any inconvenience this issue may have caused.
Blue Oyster Cult – The Columbia Albums Collection includes:
1. Blue Oyster Cult (1972 – studio – with 2001 CD bonus tracks)
2. Tyranny and Mutation (1973 – studio – with 2001 CD bonus tracks)
3. Secret Treaties (1974 – studio – with 2001 CD bonus tracks)
4. On Your Feet or on Your Knees (1975 – live) – 2012 Remaster
5. Agents of Fortune (1976 – studio – with 2001 CD bonus tracks)
6. Spectres (1977 – studio – with 2007 CD bonus tracks)
7. Some Enchanted Evening CD (1978 – live – with 2007 CD bonus tracks)
8. Some OTHER Enchanted Evening DVD (1978 – live)
9. Mirrors (1979 – studio) – 2012 Remaster
10. Cultosaurus Erectus (1980 – studio) – 2012 Remaster
11. Fire of Unknown Origin (1981 – studio) – 2012 Remaster
12. Extraterrestrial Live (1982 – live) – 2012 Remaster
13. The Revolution By Night (1983 – studio) – 2012 Remaster
14. Club Ninja (1985 – studio) – 2012 Remaster
15. Imaginos (1988 – studio) – 2012 Remaster
17. Radios Appear: The Best of the Broadcasts
Kodaline-The Kodaline EP-WEB-2012-gnvr
Release Info :
Release Name : Kodaline-The_Kodaline_EP-WEB-2012-gnvr
Artist : Kodaline
Album : The Kodaline EP
Year : 2012
Genre : Rock
Tracks : 4
Size : 39.74 MB
100 Hits Legends – Collection (2009) Part 3 – 25CD MP3
Year: 2009 | Audio: MP3, 320 kbit | 26:07:41 | 3.7 GB
Genre: Swing, jazz, pop-rock, big band, country
2009. 100 Hits Legends – Chas and Dave (5CD)
2009. 100 Hits Legends – Foster and Allen (5CD)
2009. 100 Hits Legends – Frank Sinatra (5CD)
2009. 100 Hits Legends – Glenn Miller (5CD)
2009. 100 Hits Legends – Nat King Cole (5CD)
The Rolling Stones – GRRR! (Deluxe Version) (2012)
Release: 2012 | Track: 50 (3CD) | Format: MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Size: 447 MB
Genre: Rock | Label: Polydor
To mark the band’s 50th anniversary, the Rolling Stones have announced a Greatest Hits collection. GRRR! features two new tracks recorded in Paris in the summer of 2012 (including the single "Doom and Gloom"), as well as a career-spanning collection of hits.
Highlights include the band’s first single–a version of Chuck Berry’s “Come On”, “The Last Time”, “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”, “Get Off Of My Cloud”, “Jumping Jack Flash”, “Honky Tonk Women” and the juke-box and concert favourites “Brown Sugar”, “Tumbling Dice”, “Miss You” and “Start Me Up”.
The Incredible String Band – First Four Albums 1966-1968 [5CD] Remastered Reissue 2010
Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) ~ 604 Mb | Scans included
Genre: British Folk, Psychedelic Folk, British Folk Rock | Label: Fledg’ling | Time: 03:53:04
In the liner notes to these carefully packaged reissues, all four of the Incredible String Band principals– co-founder Clive Palmer, core duo Mike Heron and Robin Williamson, and Elektra records executive Joe Boyd– offer their insights in separate essays. Three of them mention the smell of patchouli. Such were the times, certainly, but the ISB are loved equally by avant-garde musicians, psychedelia enthusiasts, and those slightly dweeby young gentlemen who hang around music shops on college campuses. The reissue of their first four albums probably put to rest any notion that the ISB were a properly great band, releasing just one true classic, but they were rarely anything less than brave, inspired, and profoundly weird.
These reissues contain no extras or unreleased material, which might call to question their utility, but much of this music has been out of print in the U.S., or at least difficult to acquire, for years (previous reclamations only unearthed odd pieces of the catalog). The remastering was necessary, but my old copy of The Hangman’s Beautiful Daughter never sounded too thin or affectless; the new versions offer more space between the instruments and a general clarity, but they’re not revelations in the way that many mid-1960s edits are.
The ISB probably weren’t the first band to incorporate Eastern modes and instruments into folk music, but they were the first to achieve any manner of noticeable repute doing so. By 1968 the group was selling out venues like the Royal Albert Hall; they played at Woodstock. They had famous fans– Paul McCartney and Robert Plant were public admirers– and they still do: Stephen Malkmus once called ISB "the greatest band of all time." There remain plenty of reasons to think about the ISB in 2010, not the least of which are the raves garnered by the likes of Joanna Newsom and Grizzly Bear. Messy, schoolyard orchestras like Neutral Milk Hotel and the Decemberists owe a debt as well.
The ISB met while playing in folk clubs around Scotland. They started slowly: Their self-titled debut was a mostly guitars-and-voices affair that openly aped Bob Dylan and Donovan. Heron and Williamson would grow to be legitimately adventurous songwriters, but neither is an overbearing personality, and the debut is understated. Gypsy violins ("Maybe Someday") and Celtic influences ("Schaeffer’s Jig") hinted at broader vistas, but the self-titled is strictly for completists.
After the debut, Palmer split for the hippie trail while Williamson departed for Morocco, later returning with armfuls of (at the time) exotic instruments. The 5000 Spirits or Layers of the Onion was released during 1967′s "Summer of Love", and everything from the album’s painfully fried cover to its gently progressive arrangements (sitars, saloon pianos, bongos) reinforces this. Williamson and Heron earn credit as individual songwriters, and each album contains hints of competition. Heron wins 5000 Spirits via "The Hedgehog’s Song", a small blues-pop masterpiece, and the fact that the more adventurous Williamson still seems dependent on the facile eccentricity of psychedelia.
Nothing, however, was facile about The Hangman’s Beautiful Daughter. The band finally earns its name, stuffing complex songs full of dulcimers, gimbris, ouds, and harps. The ISB are pretty easy to figure out, if you want to: Hangman’s is their best album, and its centerpiece, Heron’s "A Very Cellular Song", is their best song. It’s a 13-minute tour de force, and I’d swap the band’s first two albums for it to last one minute longer, so completely does it outpace the rest of their catalog. The rest of Hangman’s is similarly superior, as everything from the pop gems ("Mercy I Cry City") to the true oddities ("The Minotaur’s Song", in which the narrator bellows, "Porridge for my porridge bowl!" and a chorus echoes him, "Porridge for his porridge bowl!") seem richer, weirder, and more fun.
Hangman’s showed the band could benefit from excess, and its 2xLP followup, Wee Tam and the Big Huge, tested that. Released the same year as Hangman’s, Official Band Girlfriends Rose and Licorice played increasing roles in loosely conceived epics about religion and myth. It’s easier listening than Hangman’s, with the band blending psych and folk smoothly; sitars rub against guitars without any hint of experimentation. Williamson’s monstrous nine-minute jams ("Ducks on a Pond" and "Maya") themselves justify the sprawl, but the band also loses itself in religious imagery ("The Mountain of God") and far-flung melodies.
Many reissues see the involved rally around the idea that it’s "all about the music, man" in some sort of arcane attempt to shout down context. The ISB are delightfully aware of their place in history, as everything from their essays to the unmistakably dated 5000 Spirits suggests. The patchouli, it turns out, mattered. But the ISB helped bring Eastern and African influence to folk music, and Hangman’s and WT&TBH set the table for some of the conceptual epics we still see today. The Incredible String Band: come for the context, stay for the minotaur’s porridge.
Andrew Gaerig, Pitchfork.com
The Hollies – The Anthology 1964-2005 (5CD) (2012)
Year: 2012 | Number of tracks: 115 | Length: 391 Min | Bitrate: 320 kbps | Size: 0.97 Gb
Porcupine Tree – Octane Twisted (2012)
Release: 2012 | Track: 21 (2CD) | Format: MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Size: 308 MB
Genre: Progressive Rock | Label: Kscope
01. Occam’s Razor (2:20)
02. The Blind House (5:58)
03. Great Expectations (1:26)
04. Kneel and Disconnect (2:03)
05. Drawning The Line (4:43)
06. The Incident (5:20)
07. Your Unpleasant Family (1:52)
08. The Yellow Windows of the Evening Train (2:02)
09. Time Flies (12:07)
10. Degree Zero of Liberty (1:45)
11. Octane Twisted (5:03)
12. The Seance (2:39)
13. Circle of Manias (2:34)
14. I Drive The Hearse (6:49)
01. Hatesong (9:57)
02. Russia on Ice / The Pills I’m Taking (15:02)
03. Stars Die (5:57)
04. Bonnie The Cat (6:12)
05. Even Less (14:28)
06. Dislocated Day (7:06)
07. Arriving Somewhere But Not Here (12:59)
Joe Cocker – Discography (1969-2010)
Genre: Rock, Blues | Albums | MP3 320 kbps | 5.02 GB
John Robert "Joe" Cocker OBE (born 20 May 1944) is an English rock and blues singer, who came to popularity in the 1960s, and is known for his gritty voice, his idiosyncratic arm movements while performing, and his cover versions of popular songs, particularly those of the Beatles.
He is the recipient of several awards, including a 1983 Grammy Award for his #1 hit "Up Where We Belong", a duet he performed with Jennifer Warnes. He was ranked #97 on Rolling Stone’s 100 greatest singers list.
1969 – With A Little Help From My Friends | 40:44 | 320kbps
1969 – Joe Cocker! | 42:33 | 320kbps
1970 – Mad Dogs & Englishmen (Live) | 76:11 | 320kbps
1971 – Something to Say | 42:42 | 320kbps
1974 – I Can Stand A Little Rain | 35:13 | 320kbps
1975 – Jamaica Say You Will | 39:12 | 320kbps
1976 – Stingray | 45:44 | 320kbps
1978 – Luxury You Can Afford | 42:00 | 320kbps
1982 – Sheffield Steel | 38:25 | 320kbps
1984 – Civilized Man | 36:43 | 320kbps
1986 – Cocker | 46:14 | 320kbps
1987 – Joe Cocker’s Greatest Hits | 49:54 | 320kbps
1987 – Unchain My Heart | 42:26 | 320kbps
1989 – One Night Of Sin | 49:48 | 320kbps
1990 – Live | 72:45 | 320kbps
1991 – Night Calls | 52:55 | 320kbps
1994 – Have A Little Faith | 57:05 | 320kbps
1995 – The Essential | 73:42 | 320kbps
1995 – The Long Voyage Home (The Silver Anniversary Collection) | 292:21 | 320kbps
1996 – Organic | 52:52 | 320kbps
1997 – Across From Midnight | 54:31 | 320kbps
1997 – Famous | 68:24 | 320kbps
1998 – Blues & Ballads | 68:02 | 320kbps
1998 – The Essential Vol 2 | 66:10 | 320kbps
1999 – No Ordinary World | 52:11 | 320kbps
2002 – Respect Yourself | 48:42 | 320kbps
2003 – Greatest Love Songs | 74:28 | 320kbps
2004 – Heart & Soul | 50:36 | 320kbps
2006 – Greatest Hits (1969..2004) | 159:11 | 320kbps
2007 – Classic Cocker | 78:21 | 320kbps
2007 – Hymn For My Soul | 37:22 | 320kbps
2009 – Live At Woodstock | 77:06 | 320kbps
2010 – Hard Knocks | 39:04 | 320kbps
Jace Everett – Collection (2006-2011)
Genre: Country Rock | 4CD | MP3 320 kbps | 391 MB
Jace Everett (born May 27,1972) is an American recording artist. Signed to Epic Records in 2005, he released his debut single "That’s the Kind of Love I’m In" in 2005, which peaked at No. 52 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, and was the first single from his self-titled debut album. He also co-wrote Josh Turner’s Number One single "Your Man". His song "Bad Things" is the theme for the HBO series True Blood and peaked No. 2 in Norway in 2009. In the same year, he released his third album, Red Revelations, under the Weston Boys label that peaked No. 12 in Norway.
Anastacia – It’s a Man’s World (Bonus Track Version) (2012)
Release: 2012 | Track: 11 | Format: MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Size: 112 MB
Genre: Pop, Rock, Soul | Label: BMG Rights Management
1. Ramble On (Led Zeppelin)
2. Best Of You (Foo Fighters)
3. Sweet Child O’ Mine (Guns N’ Roses)
4. You Can’t Always Get What You Want (Roling Stones)
5. One (U2)
6. Back In Black (Acdc)
7. Dream On (Aerosmith)
8. Use Somebody (Kings Of Leon)
9. You Give Love A Bad Name (Bon Jovi)
10. Wonderwall (Oasis)
11. Black Hole Sun (Soundgarden)