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Green To Think-Sundays Were Made For This-CDEP-FLAC-2002-FLACME

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Green To Think-Sundays Were Made For This-CDEP-FLAC-2002-FLACME

Release Name: Green_To_Think-Sundays_Were_Made_For_This-CDEP-FLAC-2002-FLACME
Artist: Green To Think
Album: Sundays Were Made For This
Genre: Rock
Year: 2002
Tracks: 6
Duration: 00:22:29
Size: 154.01 MB

Tracklist:

  1. Green To Think - Sundays Were Made For This - 5:11 (982 kbps , 36.45 MB)
  2. Green To Think - Rockin' - 3:13 (984 kbps , 22.63 MB)
  3. Green To Think - Alison Rose - 3:56 (906 kbps , 25.53 MB)
  4. Green To Think - Better - 3:20 (997 kbps , 23.81 MB)
  5. Green To Think - And You Dream - 2:58 (962 kbps , 20.44 MB)
  6. Green To Think - Dear My Heaven - 3:53 (907 kbps , 25.15 MB)

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26Mar/17Off

Flying Circus-Pomp-CD-FLAC-2004-FLACME

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Flying Circus-Pomp-CD-FLAC-2004-FLACME

Release Name: Flying_Circus-Pomp-CD-FLAC-2004-FLACME
Artist: Flying Circus
Album: Pomp
Genre: Rock
Year: 2004
Tracks: 11
Duration: 01:11:09
Size: 425.57 MB

Tracklist:

  1. Flying Circus - Open Up - 4:26 (851 kbps , 27.02 MB)
  2. Flying Circus - Bedevere's Wake - 6:30 (852 kbps , 39.59 MB)
  3. Flying Circus - On The Border - 7:59 (881 kbps , 50.35 MB)
  4. Flying Circus - Turn The Wheel - 4:18 (758 kbps , 23.34 MB)
  5. Flying Circus - The Climb - 7:55 (762 kbps , 43.16 MB)
  6. Flying Circus - The Lost - 6:45 (869 kbps , 41.96 MB)
  7. Flying Circus - Carpe Noctem - 4:35 (828 kbps , 27.13 MB)
  8. Flying Circus - A Messiah Marking Time - 7:48 (814 kbps , 45.41 MB)
  9. Flying Circus - Shine On (A Different Kind Of Sun) - 6:08 (840 kbps , 36.86 MB)
  10. Flying Circus - Care And Lust - 6:02 (810 kbps , 34.96 MB)
  11. Flying Circus - Nothing To Hide - 8:48 (886 kbps , 55.79 MB)

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26Mar/17Off

Flashpoint-On The Verge-CD-FLAC-2001-FLACME

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Flashpoint-On The Verge-CD-FLAC-2001-FLACME

Release Name: Flashpoint-On_The_Verge-CD-FLAC-2001-FLACME
Artist: Flashpoint
Album: On The Verge
Genre: Rock
Year: 2001
Tracks: 11
Duration: 00:38:53
Size: 275.19 MB

Tracklist:

  1. Flashpoint - Faith - 3:50 (987 kbps , 27.03 MB)
  2. Flashpoint - O2 - 3:15 (1020 kbps , 23.77 MB)
  3. Flashpoint - Redemption - 4:10 (1018 kbps , 30.35 MB)
  4. Flashpoint - Sinner - 3:46 (1020 kbps , 27.5 MB)
  5. Flashpoint - Angelic - 3:58 (963 kbps , 27.35 MB)
  6. Flashpoint - She - 3:25 (980 kbps , 23.96 MB)
  7. Flashpoint - Monday - 3:33 (1047 kbps , 26.55 MB)
  8. Flashpoint - Beate - 4:03 (983 kbps , 28.51 MB)
  9. Flashpoint - Militant - 2:18 (950 kbps , 15.68 MB)
  10. Flashpoint - Mercy - 3:12 (954 kbps , 21.81 MB)
  11. Flashpoint - Demon - 3:27 (920 kbps , 22.68 MB)

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26Mar/17Off

Expanding Man-Free T.v.s-CD-FLAC-1994-FLACME

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Expanding Man-Free T.v.s-CD-FLAC-1994-FLACME

Release Name: Expanding_Man-Free_T.v.s-CD-FLAC-1994-FLACME
Artist: Expanding Man
Album: Free T.V.s
Genre: Rock
Year: 1994
Tracks: 7
Duration: 00:30:54
Size: 200.17 MB

Tracklist:

  1. Expanding Man - Free T.V.s - 4:05 (939 kbps , 27.39 MB)
  2. Expanding Man - Really Matters - 3:21 (966 kbps , 23.12 MB)
  3. Expanding Man - Screws - 6:34 (884 kbps , 41.47 MB)
  4. Expanding Man - Breaking Glass - 4:35 (896 kbps , 29.34 MB)
  5. Expanding Man - Kill Me Down - 4:30 (955 kbps , 30.7 MB)
  6. Expanding Man - Salvation - 4:21 (937 kbps , 29.19 MB)
  7. Expanding Man - The Chill - 3:34 (744 kbps , 18.97 MB)

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26Mar/17Off

Leonard Cohen – Various Positions (1984/2014) [Rock, Qobuz, FLAC 44.1kHz/24bit]

Artist: Leonard Cohen
Title: Various Positions
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 1984/2014
Label: Columbia Records
Duration: 35:32
Quality: FLAC 44.1kHz/24bit
Source: Qobuz

Various Positions is the seventh studio album by Leonard Cohen, released in December 1984 (and February 1985). It marked not only his turn to the modern sound and use of synthesizers (particularly on the opening track), but also, after his work on harmonies and backing vocals on the previous Recent Songs (1979), an even greater contribution from Jennifer Warnes, who is credited equally to Cohen as vocalist on all of the tracks.

26Mar/17Off

Leonard Cohen – The Future (1992/2014) [Rock, Qobuz, FLAC 44.1kHz/24bit]

Artist: Leonard Cohen
Title: The Future
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 1992/2014
Label: Columbia Records
Duration: 59:37
Quality: FLAC 44.1kHz/24bit
Source: Qobuz

As with most every Leonard Cohen album, a new record means a new means of musical exploration. With The Future, Cohen adds chiming synthesizers and eerie orchestrations to his brooding anthems about life's darker half. One of the last of Cohen's full-length albums, The Future is definitely one of the most direct. More notable tracks include "The Future" and "Waiting for the Miracle," both of which were featured on the Natural Born Killers soundtrack. Closer to spoken word poetry set to music than simply songs, the entire album is one long manifesto calling all to challenge the concepts of righteousness and despair in our modern world. Regardless of the music behind the man, Cohen still manages to bring to The Future what he brought to his earlier recordings: one man against the world with nothing but a gruff voice and a cause. --Christopher Fielder

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Leonard Cohen – Ten New Songs (2001/2014) [Rock, HDTracks, FLAC 44.1kHz/24bit]

Artist: Leonard Cohen
Title: Ten New Songs
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 2001/2014
Label: Columbia Records
Duration: 52:46
Quality: FLAC 44.1kHz/24bit
Source: HDTracks

Ten New Songs (2001) was co-written and produced by Leonard Cohen and Sharon Robinson, and was Cohen's first album recorded after he had spent a several years (starting in 1994) at the Mt. Baldy Zen Center in Southern California. The album was the first Cohen album that was recorded and produced digitally.

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Emmet Swimming-Big Night Without You-CD-FLAC-1998-FLACME

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Emmet Swimming-Big Night Without You-CD-FLAC-1998-FLACME

Release Name: Emmet_Swimming-Big_Night_Without_You-CD-FLAC-1998-FLACME
Artist: Emmet Swimming
Album: Big Night Without You
Genre: Rock
Year: 1998
Tracks: 12
Duration: 00:41:44
Size: 296.95 MB

Tracklist:

  1. Emmet Swimming - Guru - 4:00 (994 kbps , 28.46 MB)
  2. Emmet Swimming - Fist Like A Glove - 3:55 (989 kbps , 27.68 MB)
  3. Emmet Swimming - Arlington (Reprise) - 0:27 (630 kbps , 2.01 MB)
  4. Emmet Swimming - Turnstile - 3:35 (1017 kbps , 26.06 MB)
  5. Emmet Swimming - Tom Collins - 3:27 (1000 kbps , 24.62 MB)
  6. Emmet Swimming - Off Key Choir - 3:19 (925 kbps , 21.94 MB)
  7. Emmet Swimming - Motorway - 4:44 (961 kbps , 32.53 MB)
  8. Emmet Swimming - Stealing From The Joneses - 3:41 (1018 kbps , 26.76 MB)
  9. Emmet Swimming - No Way To Say Goodbye - 3:38 (998 kbps , 25.95 MB)
  10. Emmet Swimming - Sarah When The Wind Blows - 3:40 (1016 kbps , 26.61 MB)
  11. Emmet Swimming - Train Slows Down - 3:20 (987 kbps , 23.54 MB)
  12. Emmet Swimming - Sunblock - 4:07 (1047 kbps , 30.8 MB)

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26Mar/17Off

Leonard Cohen – Songs from a Room (1969/2014) [Rock, Qobuz, FLAC 44.1kHz/24bit]

Artist: Leonard Cohen
Title: Songs from a Room
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 1969/2014
Label: Columbia Records
Duration: 36:08
Quality: FLAC 44.1kHz/24bit
Source: Qobuz

Leonard Cohen's first album was an unqualified triumph which announced the arrival of a bold and singular talent, and many who heard it must have wondered what Cohen could do for an encore. By comparison, Cohen's second album, 1969's Songs from a Room, was something of a letdown. While it's a fine LP, it ultimately feels neither as striking nor as assured as Songs of Leonard Cohen. Bob Johnston stepped in as producer for Songs from a Room, and his arrangements are simpler than those John Simon crafted for the debut, but they're also full of puzzling accents, such as the jew's harp that punctuates several tracks, the churchy organ line in "The Old Revolution," and the harsh synthesizer flourishes on "A Bunch of Lonesome Heroes." Johnston also had trouble coaxing strong vocal performances from Cohen; his singing here sounds tentative and his meter is uncertain, which regardless of how one feels about Cohen's much-debated vocal prowess is not the case with his other work. And finally, the quality of the songs on Songs from a Room is less consistent than on Songs of Leonard Cohen; as fine as "Bird on a Wire," "You Know Who I Am," "The Story of Isaac" and "Seems So Long Ago, Nancy" may be, "The Butcher" and "A Bunch of Lonesome Heroes" simply aren't up to his usual standards. Despite the album's flaws, Songs from a Room's strongest moments convey a naked intimacy and fearless emotional honesty that's every bit as powerful as the debut, and it left no doubt that Cohen was a major creative force in contemporary songwriting. --Mark Deming

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Leonard Cohen – Songs of Leonard Cohen (1967/2014) [Rock, Qobuz, FLAC 44.1kHz/24bit]

Artist: Leonard Cohen
Title: Songs of Leonard Cohen
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 1967/2014
Label: Columbia Records
Duration: 41:32
Quality: FLAC 44.1kHz/24bit
Source: Qobuz

At a time when a growing number of pop songwriters were embracing a more explicitly poetic approach in their lyrics, the 1967 debut album from Leonard Cohen introduced a songwriter who, rather than being inspired by "serious" literature, took up music after establishing himself as a published author and poet. The ten songs on Songs of Leonard Cohen were certainly beautifully constructed, artful in a way few (if any) other lyricists would approach for some time, but what's most striking about these songs isn't Cohen's technique, superb as it is, so much as his portraits of a world dominated by love and lust, rage and need, compassion and betrayal. While the relationship between men and women was often the framework for Cohen's songs (he didn't earn the nickname "the master of erotic despair" for nothing), he didn't write about love; rather, Cohen used the never-ending thrust and parry between the sexes as a jumping off point for his obsessive investigation of humanity's occasional kindness and frequent atrocities (both emotional and physical). Cohen's world view would be heady stuff at nearly any time and place, but coming in a year when pop music was only just beginning to be taken seriously, Songs of Leonard Cohen was a truly audacious achievement, as bold a challenge to pop music conventions as the other great debut of the year, The Velvet Underground & Nico, and a nearly perfectly realized product of his creative imagination. Producer John Simon added a touch of polish to Cohen's songs with his arrangements (originally Cohen wanted no accompaniment other than his guitar), though the results don't detract from his dry but emotive vocals; instead, they complement his lyrics with a thoughtful beauty and give the songs even greater strength. And a number of Cohen's finest songs appeared here, including the luminous "Suzanne," the subtly venomous "Master Song" and "Sisters of Mercy," which would later be used to memorable effect in Robert Altman's film McCabe and Mrs. Miller. Many artists work their whole career to create a work as singular and accomplished as Songs of Leonard Cohen, and Cohen worked this alchemy the first time he entered a recording studio; few musicians have ever created a more remarkable or enduring debut. --Mark Deming

26Mar/17Off

Leonard Cohen – Songs of Love and Hate (1971/1995) [Rock, Qobuz, FLAC 44.1kHz/24bit]

Artist: Leonard Cohen
Title: Songs of Love and Hate
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 1971/1995
Label: Columbia Records
Duration: 44:58
Quality: FLAC 44.1kHz/24bit
Source: Qobuz

Songs of Love and Hate is one of Leonard Cohen's most emotionally intense albums --- which, given the nature of Cohen's body of work, is no small statement. While the title Songs of Love and Hate sums up the album's themes accurately enough, it's hardly as simple as that description might lead you to expect --- in these eight songs, "love" encompasses the physical ("Last Year's Man"), the emotional ("Famous Blue Raincoat"), and the spiritual ("Joan of Arc"), and the contempt in songs like "Dress Rehearsal Rag" and "Avalanche" is the sort of venom that can only come from someone who once cared very deeply. The sound of the album is clean and uncluttered, and for the most part the music stays out of the way of the lyrics, which dominate the songs. Thankfully, Cohen had grown noticeably as a singer since his first two albums, and if he hardly boasts a range to rival Roy Orbison here, he is able to bring out the subtleties of "Joan of Arc" and "Famous Blue Raincoat" in a way his previous work would not have led you to expect. And while Bob Johnston's production is spare, it's spare with a purpose, letting Cohen's voice and guitar tell their stories and using other musicians for intelligent, emotionally resonant punctuation (Paul Buckmaster's unobtrusive string arrangements and the use of a children's chorus are especially inspired). And Songs of Love and Hate captured Cohen in one of his finest hours as a songwriter, and the best selections (especially "Famous Blue Raincoat," "Joan of Arc," and "Love Calls You by Your Name") rank with the most satisfying work of his career. If Songs of Love and Hate isn't Cohen's best album, it comes close enough to be essential to anyone interested in his work. --Mark Deming

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Leonard Cohen – Recent Songs (1979/2014) [Rock, Qobuz, FLAC 44.1kHz/24bit]

Artist: Leonard Cohen
Title: Recent Songs
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 1979/2014
Label: Columbia Records
Duration: 53:20
Quality: FLAC 44.1kHz/24bit
Source: Qobuz

The first thing Leonard Cohen's music fans noticed about his sixth new studio album, given the typically open-ended title Recent Songs, was that, musically, it marked a return to the gypsy folk sound of his early records after the incongruous arrangements Phil Spector imposed on its predecessor, Death of a Ladies' Man, only two years earlier. There were subtle musical developments, particularly a flavor of the American Southwest, courtesy of the band Passenger, which played on several tracks, but the acoustic guitars and violin recalled classic Cohen. Fans of the artist's poetry noticed something else. His writing had become increasingly bitter and angry during the 1970s in the books The Energy of Slaves and Death of a Lady's Man as well as in his lyrics, but there was a new equanimity in these Recent Songs that began with the welcoming introduction of "The Guests." All was not suddenly well, of course, but "the open-hearted many" outnumbered "the broken-hearted few." Cohen's usual mixture of religious and sexual imagery in the songs was elegant and evocative rather than painful. If he was conscious of the sacrifices he had made in vain in "Came So Far for Beauty," he was nevertheless able to make a sincere plea to a woman in "The Window," mixing it with a prayer to "gentle this soul." The album was full of references to absence and dislocation, but Cohen deliberately countered them with humor. The cover of "The Lost Canadian (Un Canadient Errant)" was enlivened by a mariachi arrangement, and the album ended with "Ballad of the Absent Mare," an allegory about a cowboy's search for a horse that ended with the suggestion that the pursuit was only a romantic game. Though often abstract, Recent Songs suggested Cohen had regained a certain equilibrium after a long dark period. --William Ruhlmann

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