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Nina Hagen-Nunsexmonkrock-CD-FLAC-1982-NBFLAC

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Artist…: Nina Hagen Title…..: Nunsexmonkrock
Storedate: 00-000-1982 Rlsdate.. : 26-Aug-2014
Genre….: Rock CD-Year…: 1982
Type…..: Album Source….: CD
Encoder..: FLAC 1.2.1 Label…..: CBS
Quality..: 858kbps – 44,1Hz – Stereo Language..: English

Url……: http://www.discogs.com/Nina-Hagen-Nunsexmonkrock/master/56626

Tracklist.. .

01.Antiworld [04:43]
02.Smack Jack [05:17]
03.Taitschi – Tarot [02:05]
04.Dread Love [04:08]
05.Future Is Now [02:57]
06.Born in Xixax [02:55]
07.Iki Maska [05:10]
08.Dr. Art [04:51]
09.Cosmic Shiva [03:19]
10.UFO [04:54]
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40:19 min
248,93 MB
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Mach One-M.A.C.H.-DE-CD-FLAC-2014-NBFLAC

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Mach One-M.A.C.H.-DE-CD-FLAC-2014-NBFLAC

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Artist…: Mach One Title…..: M.A.C.H.
Storedate: 04-Apr-2014 Rlsdate.. : 26-Aug-2014
Genre….: Rap CD-Year…: 2014
Type…..: Album Source….: CD
Encoder..: FLAC 1.2.1 Label…..: Mach Tnix (Groove Attack)
Quality..: 904kbps – 44,1Hz – Stereo Language..: German

Url……: http://www.amazon.de/M-A-C-H-Mach-One/dp/B00J0LQBNA/

Tracklist.. .

01.Intro [00:48]
02.Hier! [03:40]
03.M.A.C.H. [03:02]
04.Schwerelos [03:29]
05.Meine Jungs (feat. Isar) [03:22]
06.Kleiner Dicker Bruder (feat. Nico, Kev, Kser, Brkn) [04:34]
07.Bekennerschreiben [03:49]
08.Schlaflied [03:25]
09.Brenn Brenn (feat. Trailerpark) [03:58]
10.Was Wuerde Ich Tun [03:39]
11.Klapp Klapp [02:50]
12.Anni [02:12]
13.Neue Sonne [04:04]
14.So Vergeht Die Zeit (feat. Akte) [04:32]
———
47:24 min
311,58 MB
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Laura Mvula-Laura Mvula With Metropole Orkest-CD-FLAC-2014-JLM

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Laura Mvula-Laura Mvula With Metropole Orkest-CD-FLAC-2014-JLM

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Laura Mvula – Laura Mvula With Metropole Orkest

Release Info

Artist…..: Laura Mvula
Album …..: Laura Mvula With Metropole Orkest
Label……:
Source…..: CD (LP)
Year…….: 2014
Genre……: Alternative
Rip date…: 2014-08-26
Store date.: 2014-00-00
Bitrate….: 682 kbps
Encoder….: FLAC 1.2.1 -8
Size…….: 274.91 megs

Track List

1. Make Me Lovely 5:51
2. Like the Morning Dew 3:37
3. Can’t Live with the World 5:37
4. Sing to the Moon 4:23
5. Is There Anybody Out There? 5:16
6. Flying Without You 3:49
7. She 4:04
8. Father Father 6:18
9. I Don’t Know What the Weather Will Be 3:54
10. Green Garden 4:12
11. Diamonds 3:30
12. That’s Alright 3:26
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53:57
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KC And The Sunshine Band-The Best Of KC And The Sunshine Band-CD-FLAC-1990-BUDDHA

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Rel. date : 08.26.2014
Artist : KC And The Sunshine Band
Album : The Best Of KC And The Sunshine Band
Label : Rhino Records
Catalog Nr.: 70940
Language : English
Genre : Funk
Source : CDDA
Size : 382.75 MB
URL :

T R A C K L i S T

01. Sound Your Funky Horn 03:06
02. Get Down Tonight 03:14
03. I’m Your Boogie Man 04:04
04. (Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty 03:08
05. Queen Of Clubs 03:19
06. That’s The Way (I Like It) 03:06
07. Keep It Comin’ Love 03:54
08. Please Don’t Go 03:50
09. Boogie Shoes 02:12
10. Let’s Go Rock And Roll 03:35
11. Give It Up 04:06
12. Do You Wanna Go Party 03:47
13. I Like To Do It 02:57
14. Shotgun Shuffle 02:49
15. Wrap Your Arms Around Me 03:43
16. All I Want 04:29
———
55:19
55:19 min
382.75 MB

R E L E A S E i N F O R M A T i O N

The Best of KC and the Sunshine Band was a compilation album by KC
& The Sunshine Band, first released in 1990. The album contained
hits from 1974-1979 including every track included in their 1980
Greatest Hits compilation (which had gone out of print), along
with their top 20 1983 hit “Give It Up” and other moderately-
successful singles.

From 1974-1979, KC & the Sunshine Band were one of the most
popular R&B/pop acts and writers of the era. The Best of KC & the
Sunshine Band covers the high points of the band’s production team
of keyboardist/vocalist Harry Wayne “K.C.” Casey and quirky
bassist Richard Finch. The earliest tracks, “Queen of Clubs” and
“Sound Your Funky Horn,” are good but not great glossy, heavily
produced R&B. The list of hits here is impressive whether looking
from a straight-up R&B standpoint or early R&B-based disco. “Get
Down Tonight” and “That’s the Way I Like It,” in fact, are the
perfect examples of what happened in dance-based music. Tracks
from the band’s best album, Part 3, rightfully get a lot of slots
here. Essential offerings like “I’m Your Boogie Man,” “Wrap Your
Arms Around Me,” “I Like to Do It,” and “(Shake, Shake, Shake)
Shake Your Booty” display the band as a tireless polyrhythmic
machine. The brilliant “Keep It Comin’ Love” arguably bests them
all. This best-of also includes later tracks, including the
raucous and flashy “Do You Wanna Go Party” and the sweeping ballad
“Please Don’t Go.” Although this best-of is more thorough than
most, fans might notice a few omissions. “I Get Lifted” and their
so-bad-it’s-good cover of the Four Tops’ classic “It’s the Same
Old Song” didn’t make the cut. The Best of KC & the Sunshine Band
is an excellent overview and proves that the band was indeed
closer to R&B than they ever were to disco.

http://www.discogs.com/KC-The-Sunshine-Band-The-Best-Of-KC-And-

The-Sunshine-Band/release/1334402
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Judas Priest-Unleashed In The East Live In Japan-CD-FLAC-1986-BUDDHA

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Rel. date : 08.26.2014
Artist : Judas Priest
Album : Unleashed In The East (Live In Japan)
Label : Columbia
Catalog Nr.: CK 36179
Language : English
Genre : Rock
Source : CDDA
Size : 307.87 MB
URL :

T R A C K L i S T

01. Exciter 05:39
02. Running Wild 02:52
03. Sinner 07:33
04. The Ripper 02:42
05. The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown) 03:18
06. Diamonds And Rust 03:33
07. Victim Of Changes 07:11
08. Genocide 07:21
09. Tyrant 04:41
———
44:50
44:50 min
307.87 MB

R E L E A S E i N F O R M A T i O N

Unleashed in the East is Judas Priest’s first live album, recorded
live in Tokyo, Japan during the Hell Bent for Leather Tour in
1979. It was released in September 1979 and became the band’s
best-selling album up to that point, reaching the US Top 100 and
the UK Top Ten, eventually the album became one of the five Judas
Priest albums to gain a RIAA platinum certification.

To what extent the album was really live remains a matter of
contention, with the album sometimes being called Unleashed in the
Studio. Years later, after he had left Priest, Rob Halford noted
in various interviews that the music was indeed live, but that his
vocals had been ruined in the original recording and were later
dubbed in a concert-like studio setting.

Judas Priest’s first official live recording has always been met
with equal amounts of acclaim and controversy: acclaim from those
who consider it an excellent summation of the metal legend’s 1970s
output, and controversy from the critics and industry insiders who
criticized what they believed to be a heavily overdubbed and
studio-enhanced performance, mockingly naming it Unleashed in the
Studio at times. Before delving deeper into this issue, let it be
said that except for a few unfortunate omissions (“Hell Bent for
Leather,” “Better by You, Better Than Me”) the track listing here
is quite impressive. Along with powerful versions of such storming
anthems as “Exciter” and “Running Wild,” the band delivers the
definitive version of the prog metallic “Sinner,” and competent
versions of their popular covers tunes, “Diamonds and Rust” and
“The Green Manalishi (With the Two-Pronged Crown).” Interestingly,
most of the tracks from the classic Sad Wings of Destiny fall
short of their mark, however, perhaps because they forfeit
heaviness at the expense of speed. As for the “live” dilemma, in
the late ’90s estranged singer Rob Halford would claim in
interviews that, while the band’s playing was indeed recorded
entirely live, his vocals had been ruined in the original mix,
forcing him to re-record them in one take in a concert-like
setting. If this was the case, it would hardly be the first or
most severe case of studio interference on a live recording, and
fans seeking a concise, nearly flawless collection of Priest’s
1970s hits will not be disappointed.

-Original Press-

http://www.discogs.com/Judas-Priest-Unleashed-In-The-East-Live-

In-Japan/release/4123044
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Judas Priest-Turbo-REPACK-CD-FLAC-1986-BUDDHA

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Rel. date : 08.26.2014
Artist : Judas Priest
Album : Turbo
Label : Columbia
Catalog Nr.: CK 40158
Language : English
Genre : Rock
Source : CDDA
Size : 262.56 MB
URL :

T R A C K L i S T

01. Turbo Lover 05:34
02. Locked In 04:20
03. Private Property 04:30
04. Parental Guidance 03:27
05. Rock You All Around The World 03:37
06. Out In The Cold 06:28
07. Wild Nights, Hot & Crazy Days 04:40
08. Hot For Love 04:12
09. Reckless 04:20
———
41:08
41:08 min
262.56 MB

R E L E A S E i N F O R M A T i O N

Turbo is the tenth studio album by British heavy metal band Judas
Priest, recorded in June — November 1985 at Compass Point Studios
in Nassau, Bahamas and mixed in January and February 1986, at
Record Plant Studios in Los Angeles, California. Turbo was first
released by Columbia on 14 April 1986. A remastered CD was
released in 2002, including two bonus tracks. The album marked the
band’s first use of guitar synthesizers.

Searching for a way to retool their sound, Judas Priest attempted
to accentuate their melodic side on Turbo by incorporating
synthesizers and ’80s pop-metal stylings (“Wild Nights, Hot &
Crazy Days” sounds more like Poison, albeit with synths). The
restrained songcraft sometimes pays dividends, especially on the
synth-driven leadoff track, “Turbo Lover,” easily the best song on
the record and a successful reimagining of the Priest formula. But
often, the band simply sounds directionless, unsure of exactly
which path to accessibility it should follow; moreover, the
synth-guitar backing and overly polished production give the album
an oddly mechanized, processed feel. It certainly doesn’t help
most of the material, which is often at least competent but rarely
inspired enough to make much of an impression. That’s unfortunate
because Turbo’s best moments indicate that with a clearer focus,
the album could have been a creative success; however, it’s
overall Judas Priest’s weakest release since Rocka Rolla.

-Original Press-

http://www.discogs.com/Judas-Priest-Turbo/release/5621672

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Rel. date : 08.26.2014
Artist : Judas Priest
Album : Turbo
Label : Columbia
Catalog Nr.: CK 40158
Language : English
Genre : Rock
Source : CDDA
Size : 262.56 MB
URL :

T R A C K L i S T

01. Turbo Lover 05:34
02. Locked In 04:20
03. Private Property 04:30
04. Parental Guidance 03:27
05. Rock You All Around The World 03:37
06. Out In The Cold 06:28
07. Wild Nights, Hot & Crazy Days 04:40
08. Hot For Love 04:12
09. Reckless 04:20
———
41:08
41:08 min
262.56 MB

R E L E A S E i N F O R M A T i O N

Turbo is the tenth studio album by British heavy metal band Judas
Priest, recorded in June — November 1985 at Compass Point Studios
in Nassau, Bahamas and mixed in January and February 1986, at
Record Plant Studios in Los Angeles, California. Turbo was first
released by Columbia on 14 April 1986. A remastered CD was
released in 2002, including two bonus tracks. The album marked the
band’s first use of guitar synthesizers.

Searching for a way to retool their sound, Judas Priest attempted
to accentuate their melodic side on Turbo by incorporating
synthesizers and ’80s pop-metal stylings (“Wild Nights, Hot &
Crazy Days” sounds more like Poison, albeit with synths). The
restrained songcraft sometimes pays dividends, especially on the
synth-driven leadoff track, “Turbo Lover,” easily the best song on
the record and a successful reimagining of the Priest formula. But
often, the band simply sounds directionless, unsure of exactly
which path to accessibility it should follow; moreover, the
synth-guitar backing and overly polished production give the album
an oddly mechanized, processed feel. It certainly doesn’t help
most of the material, which is often at least competent but rarely
inspired enough to make much of an impression. That’s unfortunate
because Turbo’s best moments indicate that with a clearer focus,
the album could have been a creative success; however, it’s
overall Judas Priest’s weakest release since Rocka Rolla.

-Original Press-

http://www.discogs.com/Judas-Priest-Turbo/release/5621672
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Judas Priest-Screaming For Vengeance-CD-FLAC-1990-BUDDHA

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Rel. date : 08.26.2014
Artist : Judas Priest
Album : Screaming For Vengeance
Label : Columbia
Catalog Nr.: CK 38160
Language : English
Genre : Rock
Source : CDDA
Size : 257.86 MB
URL :

T R A C K L i S T

01. The Hellion 00:42
02. Electric Eye 03:39
03. Riding On The Wind 03:10
04. Bloodstone 03:53
05. {Take These} Chains 03:07
06. Pain And Pleasure 04:18
07. Screaming For Vengeance 04:43
08. You’ve Got Another Thing Comin’ 05:10
09. Fever 05:22
10. Devil’s Child 04:50
———
38:54
38:54 min
257.86 MB

R E L E A S E i N F O R M A T i O N

Screaming for Vengeance is the eighth studio album by British
heavy metal band Judas Priest. The album, considered the band’s
commercial breakthrough, sold in excess of 5 million unit
worldwide and has been certified double platinum in the United
States and platinum in Canada.

Judas Priest rebounded from the shaky Point of Entry with
Screaming for Vengeance, arguably the strongest album of their
early-’80s commercial period. Having moved a bit too far into
simplistic hard rock, Vengeance found the band refocusing on heavy
metal, and achieving a greater balance between commercialism and
creativity. The results were catchy and accessible, yet harder-
hitting, and without the awkwardly apparent calculation that
informed the weakest moments of the album’s two predecessors.
Ultimately, Screaming for Vengeance hangs together better than
even the undeniable landmark British Steel, both thematically and
musically. There’s less of a party-down feel here — the remaining
traces of boogie have been ironed out, and the lyrics return to
the darkness and menace that gave the band its mystique. Sure, if
you stop to read the lyrics, all the references to demons and
devils and monsters can look a little gratuitous, but the music
here is so strong that there simply aren’t any seams showing. Even
the occasional filler is more metallic this time around — in
place of trite teenage rebellion, listeners get the S&M-themed
“Pain and Pleasure.” In fact, “Pain and Pleasure” and “Fever” are
the only two songs here that have never shown up on a band
retrospective, which ought to tell you that Priest’s songwriting
here is perhaps the best it’s ever been. The midtempo grooves that
enlivened British Steel are here in full force on the band’s
signature tune, “You’ve Got Another Thing Comin’” (their only
American chart single), as well as “Bloodstone,” “Devil’s Child,”
and unfairly forgotten single “(Take These) Chains,” all uniformly
great. But there’s a nearly equal emphasis on uptempo headbanging,
thanks to the classic “The Hellion/Electric Eye,” the terrific
album track “Riding on the Wind,” and the stupendously high-
velocity title cut, which is the closest they ever came to thrash
metal (at least in the ’80s). Despite a one-album misstep in
between, Screaming for Vengeance managed to capitalize on the
commercial breakthrough of British Steel, becoming the first
Priest album to be certified double platinum, and reaching the Top
20 in America and the U.K. alike. Along with British Steel, it
ranks as one of the best and most important mainstream metal
albums of the ’80s.

-Original Press-

http://www.discogs.com/Judas-Priest-Screaming-For-

Vengeance/release/550465
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Judas Priest-Hell Bent For Leather-CD-FLAC-1987-BUDDHA

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Rel. date : 08.26.2014
Artist : Judas Priest
Album : Hell Bent For Leather
Label : Columbia
Catalog Nr.: CK 35706
Language : English
Genre : Rock
Source : CDDA
Size : 229.46 MB
URL :

T R A C K L i S T

01. Delivering The Goods 04:17
02. Rock Forever 03:20
03. Evening Star 04:05
04. Hell Bent For Leather 02:40
05. Take On The World 03:02
06. Burnin’ Up 04:00
07. The Green Manalishi 03:22
08. Killing Machine 03:02
09. Running Wild 02:58
10. Before The Dawn 03:22
11. Evil Fantasies 04:14
———
38:22
38:22 min
229.46 MB

R E L E A S E i N F O R M A T i O N

Killing Machine (also known as Hell Bent for Leather) is the fifth
studio album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest. With its
release in October 1978, the album pushed the band towards a more
commercial style; however, it still contained the dark lyrical
themes of their previous albums. At about the same time, the band
members adopted their now-famous “leather-and-studs” image.

Given the less violent moniker Hell Bent for Leather for U.S.
release (as if that makes any sense), Killing Machine is a
transitional album between the progressive-minded complexity of
Stained Class and the more commercialized stadium rock of British
Steel. In terms of image, however, Judas Priest comes into their
own here, creating modern heavy metal fashion by donning studded
leather outfits that recalled biker subculture (a connection Rob
Halford supported by riding a Harley-Davidson on-stage) but — in
one of metal’s supreme ironies — actually came from gay S&M
clubs. Now looking as fierce as their music sounded, Priest set
about scaling back the ambition of Stained Class, making the songs
more concise and immediate, with simpler structures and fewer
underlying subtleties. However, the band largely maintains its
then-trademark aggression; the simpler songs actually allow them
to hike the tempo on the proto-speed metal numbers even more, and
there are hints of blues-rock creeping back into the overall
sound, complementing the newfound tough-guy swagger in the band’s
attitude. At the same time, the relative simplicity also provides
the first glimpse of the band’s more commercial instincts. If
these competing impulses don’t make for their most cohesive album,
it’s also true that most of what’s here was still pretty peerless
for its time. If Stained Class was the death album, Killing
Machine is the sex album — “Delivering the Goods,” the title
track, “Burnin’ Up,” and “Evil Fantasies” are all loaded with S&M
imagery, while “Running Wild” is a nightlife party anthem, and
“Before the Dawn” a morose heartbreak ballad that nonetheless
works in context as the downside of all this carnality.
“Delivering the Goods” in particular ranks with their best
straightforward rockers, while “Hell Bent for Leather” pushes ever
farther towards speed metal proper, crystallizing Halford’s
leather-and-motorcycle obsessions into one of the band’s signature
statements. The other title track, “Killing Machine,” is a
midtempo stomper about a contract hitman, and there’s yet another
brilliantly reinvented cover song, as the band transforms the
Peter Green-era Fleetwood Mac chestnut “The Green Manalishi (With
the Two-Pronged Crown)” into a heavy, sinister groover. Of the
more commercial material, the anthemic chorus of “Evening Star”
leaves the best impression, while “Rock Forever” is their first
explicit ode to heavy metal itself (and there would be many, many
more to come). The uneasiest implications for the future come from
“Take on the World,” a lunkheaded stadium shout-along that gave
the band its first British hit single, and is clearly patterned
after Queen’s “We Will Rock You.” Occasional missteps and all,
Killing Machine closes the book on Judas Priest’s early period,
which constitutes some of the most influential heavy metal ever
recorded. The flood of NWOBHM talent they’d inspired was about to
be unleashed on the record-buying public, and henceforth, Priest
was intent on reaping the rewards. They would remain a vital force
in their second, more commercial phase (more so than some fans of
their late-’70s classics might care to admit), but their work of
redefining the genre had largely been completed.

-Original Press-

http://www.discogs.com/Judas-Priest-Hell-Bent-For-

Leather/release/4741770
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Joy Denalane-Born And Raised-CD-FLAC-2006-NBFLAC

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Description :

Artist…: Joy Denalane Title…..: Born & Raised
Storedate: 11-Aug-2006 Rlsdate.. : 26-Aug-2014
Genre….: Soul CD-Year…: 2006
Type…..: Album Source….: CD
Encoder..: FLAC 1.2.1 Label…..: Nesola (Sony Music)
Quality..: 934kbps – 44,1Hz – Stereo Language..: English

Url……: http://www.amazon.de/Born-Raised-Joy-Denalane/dp/B000GLKLAC/

Tracklist.. .

01.Change (feat. Lupe Fiasco) [04:18]
02.Let Go [04:32]
03.Be Real [04:17]
04.Heaven or Hell (feat. Raekwon) [04:40]
05.One in a Million [03:46]
06.For the Love [04:07]
07.7 Year Itch [05:00]
08.Caught Up [03:32]
09.Stranger in This Land [05:38]
10.Start Over [04:03]
11.Born and Raised [04:08]
12.Something Stirrin’ Up (feat. Governor) [05:50]
13.Despite It All [03:54]
14.Soweto ’76 – ’06 [04:55]
15.Sometimes Love [03:11]
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65:51 min
439,96 MB
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