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Artist: various
Album: Ghost Dog .The Way Of The Samurai -The Album
Released: 2000
Source: Sony cat# 496146 2
Genre: pop,R&B,Rap
Format: EAC/APE


Indie film director Jim Jarmusch always works an unexpected angle, whether it's offbeat humor, a nonlinear narrative, or specific and idiosyncratic characterization. For his latest film--the story of a ghetto hit man who lives by the codes of the Hagakure, an 18th-century Japanese warrior text--Jarmusch enlisted RZA, a founding member of the Wu-Tang Clan. Instead of imagistic tone poems that serve to reinforce a certain mood, à la Neil Young on Dead Man, RZA ... Read more »
Category: OST, Campilation | Views: 330 | Added: Rat | Data: 21.07.2010 | Comments (0)

Artist: Heaven 17
Album: The Best of Heaven 17: Higher & Higher
Released: 1993
Source: Virgin cat # 0777 7 87553 2 6
Genre: Synth Pop/new wave
Format: EAC/APE


The Best of Heaven 17: Higher & Higher is an extensive, 17-track collection that contains all of the group's best moments, including "Temptation" and "(We Don't Need This) Fascist Groove Thing, " plus several album tracks, lesser-known singles, and remixes of their two greatest hits. It's too much music for casual fans, especially since the sequencing is slightly illogical, and it's n ... Read more »
Category: Mainstream | Views: 299 | Added: Rat | Data: 21.07.2010 | Comments (0)

Artist: The Who
Album: Who's Better, Who's Best
Released: 1988
Source: POLYDOR cat # 835389 2
Genre: rock
Format: EAC/APE


Who's Better, Who's Best is a compilation of the Who's best-known songs, containing all of the familiar items — "I Can't Explain," "I Can See for Miles," "Pinball Wizard," "My Generation," "Substitute" — but presented without much care. The album is further plagued by the presence of some filler tracks that really don't deserve to be on any best-of. Who's Better, Who's Best is, however, in its finer moments a fine compilation. Indeed, the first half of this 1988 release collects nine o ... Read more »
Category: Classic rock | Views: 315 | Added: Rat | Data: 21.07.2010 | Comments (0)

Artist: Paul Young
Album: Paul Young - No Parlez (Special Edition)
Released: 1983
Source: CBS records cat # 460909 2
Genre: New Wave/Rock/Pop
Format: EAC/APE

One of the most assured debut albums of the mid-1980s, and one of the finest pop-soul confections of all time, No Parlez was the record that, following on from the stellar success of Young's earliest hits, left him poised to dominate the remainder of the decade like no other vocalist could have.
Three singles laid bare all that Young was so eminently capable of. "Wherever I Lay My Hat", a beautifully impassioned take on ... Read more »
Category: Mainstream | Views: 470 | Added: Rat | Data: 21.07.2010 | Comments (0)

Artist: Hawkwind
Album: Yule Ritual: London Astoria, 29. 12. 00
Released: 2001
Source: Hawkwind cat # hawkup19cd
Genre: Space/Prog Rock
Format: EAC/APE


There are so many live recordings of Hawkwind on the market now that words like "best" or "essential live album" simply have lost any signification. The double-CD set Yule Ritual presents the better part of the seminal space rock group's performance at the Astoria (London, England), the venue chosen for its annual year-end show in 2000. The lineup consisted of Dave Brock, Richard Chadwick, Ali, Tim Blake (also of Gong), Simon Hous ... Read more »
Category: Progressive | Views: 300 | Added: Rat | Data: 21.07.2010 | Comments (0)

Album: iceberg model
Released: by rat
Source: virgin records
Genre: alternative rock/new wave
Format: eac-ape

John Watts is from a family of singers. He progressed through school and college bands inspired equally by the late 60s Trojan catalogue and great maverick artists, from Alex Harvey to Lou Reed, Captain Beefheart to Tom Waits and the ‘Hunky Dory’David Bowie. Watts moved to the point where punk, art-wave and reggae crossed over. With college friend Steve Skolnik and rhythm section Steve Liddle and Dave Graham, Watts landed a record deal as Fischer-Z with United Artists in 1978 a ... Read more »
Category: Alternative | Views: 357 | Added: Rat | Data: 21.07.2010 | Comments (0)

Artist: Hawkwind
Album: Alien 4
Released: 1995
Source: the Emergency broadcast cat# ebsscd 118
Genre: Space/Prog Rock
Format: EAC/APE


Any sci-fi fan with long memories probably remembers those 1970's DAW paperback editions of Michael Moorcock's sword-and-sorcery novels, with their images of heavily armored, very muscular warriors, carrying large swords and standing against eerie land- and starscapes. Take that imagery, throw in some terminology and names seemingly lifted from the Marvel Comics of the era (The Watcher, etc.) and particle physics articles of the period, translat ... Read more »
Category: Progressive | Views: 296 | Added: Rat | Data: 21.07.2010 | Comments (0)

Artist: REO Speedwagon
Album: Wheels Are Turnin'
Released: 1984
Source: epic cat# ek39593
Genre: Soft Rock
Format: EAC/APE


Wheels Are Turnin' blends clear, crisp ballads with high-energy pop/rock, which eventually gave REO Speedwagon four Top 40 singles, the same amount as Hi Infidelity credited them with four years earlier. Kevin Cronin's writing is rock-solid, a delightful turnaround from 1982's Good Trouble album. As one of the band's best ballads, "Can't Fight This Feeling" puts an elegant piano riff in front of Cronin's earnest voice, presenting REO with its second number o ... Read more »
Category: Classic rock | Views: 546 | Added: Rat | Data: 21.07.2010 | Comments (0)

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