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No Doubt – iHeartRadio Music Festival 2012 1080i HDTV 35 Mbps MPA2.0 H.264-TrollHD

Duration: 00:30:11 File Size: 7.68 GB
Video info: AVC/H.264 | 1920x1080i | ~36.4 Mbps | 29.970 fps | 16:9
Audio info: MP2 Audio | 384 Kbps | 2 channels | 48.0 KHz
Download : No Doubt – iHeartRadio Music Festival 2012 1080i HDTV 35 Mbps MPA2.0 H.264-TrollHD

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Nirvana – Nevermind (The Singles) [4×10 inch vinyl box, RSD 2011 Release] (24Bit/96 Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Nirvana – Nevermind (The Singles) [4×10 inch vinyl box, RSD 2011 release]

Definitive Master vinyl rip (presented in 24/96 & 16/44.1) | FLAC | m3u, cue & Tech Log
Artwork | DR Analysis | 1.3 gb incl. recovery | Grunge | 1991
Mastered by Thomas P. Heckmann @ Schnittstelle Mastering; Frankfurt/Main, Germany
Universal 4x10inch vinyl box / Cat.#: UMe – B0016231-01

Set of four 10″ records in a cardboard slipcase. Limited to 5,000 numbered copies. Released on Record Store Day’s 2011 Black Friday event.

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The Pentangle – The Pentangle (1968) [Japanese Limited SHM-SACD 2011 # UIGY-9507] (PS3 SACD RIP)

The Pentangle – The Pentangle (1968) [Japanese Limited SHM-SACD 2011 # UIGY-9507]
PS3 Rip | ISO | SACD DSD64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 32:33 minutes | Scans included | 1,33 GB

Were Pentangle a folk group, a folk-rock group, or something that resists classification? They could hardly be called a rock & roll act; they didn’t use electric instruments often, and were built around two virtuoso guitarists, Bert Jansch and John Renbourn, who were already well-established on the folk circuit before the group formed. Yet their hunger for eclectic experimentation fit into the milieu of late-’60s progressive rock and psychedelia well, and much of their audience came from the rock and pop worlds, rather than the folk crowd. With Jacqui McShee on vocals and a rhythm section of Danny Thompson (bass) and Terry Cox (drums), the group mastered a breathtaking repertoire that encompassed traditional ballads, blues, jazz, pop, and reworkings of rock oldies, often blending different genres in the same piece. Their prodigious individual talents perhaps ensured a brief lifespan, but at their peak they melded their distinct and immense skills to egg each other on to heights they couldn’t have achieved on their own, in the manner of great rock combos like the Beatles and Buffalo Springfield.

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