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Steel Panther British Invasion 2010 720p MBluRay x264-SEMTEX

Shot at a sold-out show in London’s famed Brixton Academy, Steel Panther brings back the ’80s in full force with a blistering set of their greatest hits. This DVD also includes a hysterical behind the scenes documentary; total running time is over two hours…………………………………… TRACKS:………….. 1. Eyes Of A Panther……….. 2. Eatin’ Ain’t Cheatin’……… 3. Fat Girl……… 4. Hair Solo………. 5. Party All Day……… 6. Hell’s On Fire……… 7. Stripper Girl…….. 8. Guitar Solo….. 9. Asian Hooker……… 10. Turn Out The Lights……… 11. Girl From Oklahoma………. 12. We Want Pussy…….. 13. Community Property…….. 14. The Shocker……… 15. Death To All But Metal……

AUDIO : [x] DTS @ 1510kbps [ ] AC3 [ ] FLAC
VIDEO : [x264 core 128 rev2216 @ 6369 kbps]
RESOLUTION : [1280×720]

http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/Steel-Panther-British-Invasion-Blu-ray/58419/

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Status Quo Hello Quo 2012 720p MBluRay x264-FKKHD

Genre: Documentary / Music
IMDB Rating: 6.1 ( http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2179073/ )
Directed by: Alan G. Parker
Starring: Andrew Bown / John Coghlan / Steve Diggle / John Edwards / Joe Elliott…
Plot: With 128 million worldwide album sales already under their collective belts, two OBE awards, a million neon lit ‘Sold Out’ signs, a record 108 appearances on Top of the Pops, this will never be beaten or even equalled! You’d think that HRH Prince Charles favourite band had nothing more to prove in the field of entertainment… But, they’ve NEVER in all their long and glorious history been seen on a cinema screen…

Status.Quo.Hello.Quo.2012.720p.MBluRay.x264-FKKHD
rel.date: 2012-10-30 ]
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menu: None ]
subs: None ]
extras: None ] ÜL
genre: Documentary/Concert ]
format: mkv ]
video: 1280×688 @ 4142 Kbps ]
audio: DTS 5.1 @ 768 Kbps ]
size: 57 x 100MB ]
playtime: 158 mins ]
source: Bluray ]
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2179073

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Flashdance – Soundtrack (1983) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Flashdance – Soundtrack (1983) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

vinyl rip in 24/96 & 16/44.1 | 828 MB & 234 MB | FLAC | no cue or log (vinyl)
DR Analysis | Full LP Artwork | First US Pressing
Genre: Soundtrack | Casablanca Records ~ 422-811 492-1 M-1

Flashdance is the soundtrack to the 1983 American musical and romance film Flashdance, produced by Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer and starring Jennifer Beals and Michael Nouri. It sold more than 20 million copies worldwide. The film is set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and follows Alex, a welder and exotic dancer and her dreams of becoming a professional ballet dancer. In 1984, the album received a Grammy nomination for Album of the Year and won for Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Special.

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Guns N’ Roses – Chinese Democracy (2008) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Guns N’ Roses – Chinese Democracy (2008) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

vinyl rip in 24/96 & 16/44.1 | 1.55 GB & 456 MB | FLAC | no cue or log (vinyl)
DR Analysis | Full LP Artwork | First US Pressing
Genre: Rock | Geffen Records ~ B0012356-01

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Guns N’ Roses – G N’ R Lies (1988) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Guns N’ Roses – G N’ R Lies (1988) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

vinyl rip in 24/96 & 16/44.1 | 818 MB & 247 MB | FLAC | no cue or log (vinyl)
DR Analysis | Full LP Artwork | First US Pressing
Genre: Rock | Geffen Records ~ GHS 24198

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Guns N’ Roses – Live ?!*@ Like A Suicide (1986) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Guns N’ Roses – Live ?!*@ Like A Suicide (1986) (First US Pressing) (24-Bit/96 Khz + 16-Bit/44.1Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

vinyl rip in 24/96 & 16/44.1 | 344 MB & 106 MB | FLAC | no cue or log (vinyl)
DR Analysis | Full LP Artwork | First US Pressing
Genre: Rock | Uzi Suicide Records ~ USR-001

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The Ectomorph – The Furious Sleeper (1991) (24-Bit/96 Khz) (Vinyl Rip)


The Ectomorph – The Furious Sleeper (1991) (24-Bit/96 Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Vinyl rip @ 24/96 | FLAC | Artwork | 887mb
Psychedelic Rock, Progressive Rock | 1991 UK LP | Woronzow WOO 15

Magical and mysterious songs with female vocals, powerful instrumentation and an ever-so-English opium and afternoon tea atmosphere. Tally ho! Freak Emporium

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Tyrannosaurus Rex – Prophets, Seers & Sages / My People Were Fair (1968) (24-Bit/96 Khz) (Vinyl Rip)



Tyrannosaurus Rex – Prophets, Seers & Sages / My People Were Fair (1968) (24-Bit/96 Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Vinyl rip @ 24/96 | FLAC | Artwork | 1404mb
Psychedelia, Acid Folk | 1972 UK double LP reissue | Fly TOOFA 3/4

My People Were Fair approaches the listener from a totally unique angle. The Bolan voice, hardened from the slight warble which carried through his early solo material (still noticeable on the backups he performed for John’s Children), remains uncompromising, but it blends so perfectly with the bizarre, almost Eastern-sounding instrumentation that the most lasting impression is of a medieval caravansary whose demented Bedouin cast has suddenly been let loose in a recording studio. It is an irresistible affair, if absolutely a child of its psychedelically-inclined time.
The most underrated of Tyrannosaurus Rex’s four albums, Prophets, Seers & Sages was recorded just six months after their debut and adds little to the landscapes which that set mapped out. There is the same reliance on the jarring juxtaposition of rock rhythms in a folky discipline; the same abundance of obscure, private mythologies; the same skewed look at the latest studio dynamics, fed through the convoluted wringer of the duo’s imagination — the already classic pop of the opening “Deboraarobed” is further dignified by its segue into the same performance played backwards, a fairly groundbreaking move at a time when even the Beatles were still burying such experiments deep in the mix. But if the album itself found the duo rooted to the musical spot, still it delivered some of Marc Bolan’s most resonant songs. Dave Thompson Allmusic.

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Van Der Graaf Generator – H to He, Who am the Only One (1970) (24-Bit/96 Khz) (Vinyl Rip)


Van Der Graaf Generator – H to He, Who am the Only One (1970) (24-Bit/96 Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Vinyl rip @ 24/96 | FLAC | Artwork | 1007mb
Progressive Rock | 1972 UK repress | Charisma CAS 1027

The foreboding crawl of the Hammond organ is what made Van Der Graaf Generator one of the darkest and most engrossing of all the early progressive bands. On H to He Who Am the Only One, the brooding tones of synthesizer and oscillator along with Peter Hammil’s distinct and overly ominous voice make it one of this British band’s best efforts. Kicking off with the prog classic “Killer,” an eight minute synthesized feast of menacing tones and threatening lyrics, the album slowly becomes shadowed with Van Der Graaf’s sinister instrumental moodiness. With superb percussion work via Guy Evans, who utilizes the tympani drum to its full extent, tracks like “The Emperor in His War-Room” and “Lost” are embraced with a blackened texture that never fades. The effective use of saxophone (both alto and tenor) and baritone from David Jackson gives the somberness some life without taking away any of the instrumental petulance. H to He is carpeted with a science fiction theme, bolstered by the bleak but extremely compelling use of heavy tones and the absence of rhythms and flighty pulsations. This album, which represents Van Der Graaf in their most illustrious stage, is a pristine example of how dark progressive rock should sound. Mike DeGagne, Allmusic.

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Nektar – Recycled (1975) (24-Bit/96 Khz) (Vinyl Rip)


Nektar – Recycled (1975) (24-Bit/96 Khz) (Vinyl Rip)

Vinyl rip @ 24/96 | FLAC | Artwork | 849mb
Progressive Rock | 1977 UK LP | Decca SKL-R 5250

This is one of those rare magical albums which feels like its own planet out in space somewhere, inhabited by little sounds and creatures that you become familiar with over time and pay repeated visits to. Great keyboards, great vocals (even a choir, masterfully done), and one of the most grand and epic atmospheres it is possible to experience on record. I think Larry Fast’s synth contributions make for a large part of this, which is why, for me, this is the Nektar album that stands apart from the rest and breaks through into the realm of classics. Flowing concept-style albums don’t get much better than this.Corbet, Prog Archives.

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