sábado, 23 de junio de 2007

Gamma - 2000 Gamma 4 (@320)

The Last album of The Saga

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See ya'

Gamma - 1982 Gamma 3 (@320)

The third album


Keep On Rockin'
Chihuahua Rocks!!!

Gamma - 1980 Gamma 2 (@192)

This is the second album and I think this is the best Gamma album!!!


Gamma - 1979 Gamma 1 (@192)

One Of my favourite's Guitarrist Ronnie Montrose!!!!!

The Very First Gamma Album

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martes, 19 de junio de 2007

Gene Simmons - 1990 The Street Legal Reel '88-'90 Demos (@320)

Thanks to: hear-rock-city.blogspot.com

Kiss - 1984 Live at Music City Nashville (@320)

I have had several versions of this show throughout the years...
BUT, This is the Best Quality and It's The Complete Show!
I Remember the 1st version I had, had like 6 songs...
Updating and Upgrading some of your favorite boots is Cool!
It's nice to throw away an Old Crappy Copy!Excellent Sounding Vinnie Era KISS Concert from Music City - Nashville!
Great Setlist and Outstanding Performance!It's in 3 Parts, below, 'Cause it's at 320 bitrate, and I just left it that way...
A Little Extra Downloading, BUT it is Worth It!
Thanks to Hear Rock City

sábado, 16 de junio de 2007

Bloodrock 1972 Live (@256)

Bloodrock was a Fort Worth, Texas-based (hard) rock & roll band in the 1970s. The band was discovered by Grand Funk Railroad producer Terry Knight and signed to Capitol Records. Knight produced the first 3, and most popular, Bloodrock albums.Bloodrock was best known for the song "D.O.A." (Dead On Arrival), about the victim of a gory airplane crash, which became their only hit single, reaching #36 on the music charts in January 1971. They were only marginally popular in the United States and were essentially a cult band, but reportedly became a favorite among troops in Vietnam. The band was technically competent but offered little that was unique and was unable to sustain any real success. The group was noted for hard pulsed bass, biting guitar solos and a haunting organ sound. The early albums featured a heavy metal sound reminiscent of other hard rock bands at the time, such as Grand Funk Railroad and Black Sabbath. The lyrics were unusually cynical for the time, exploring such themes as alienation and revenge, which would later be found in abundance in the punk rock scene, but seemed out of place in the post-Woodstock period of the early 1970s. Songs which were fan favorites included "Kool-Aid Kids," "Gotta Find a Way", "Castle of Thoughts", "Breach of Lease", "Cheater", "D.O.A.", and "Lucky in the Morning."Before the late 1972 album Passage, their original lead vocalist (Jim Rutledge) and lead guitarist (Lee Pickens) had left and were replaced by vocalist Warren Ham (a born-again Christian who would later perform with Kerry Livgren's Christian rock band A.D. in the 1980s). Bloodrock took a major turn away from hard rock on the last two albums, turning toward progressive rock, pop, and jazz, reminiscent of such artists as Jethro Tull, Todd Rundgren, and Traffic. During live performances in the Warren Ham era, the band often refused to play their earlier songs with Satanic or cynical themes such as "Whiskey Vengeance" and "D.O.A.". Interestingly, though, the lyrics on the later albums often had leftist or even Marxist themes on songs like "The Power".


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Motorhead - 1985 Hammersmith Odeon Live (@320)

The Birthday Party is a 1985 video by Motörhead. It features the band's 10th anniversary show at the Hammersmith Odeon, London. During the performance of "Motörhead" all of the past members and Thin Lizzy bassist Phil Lynott joined the band onstage.
These are the people your parents warned you to watch out for… better take this record home to show that you've found them. The liner notes to The Birthday Party are a nice addition to Lemmy's usual dead-pan humour. After they've torn through Orgasmatron's "Mean Machine", the Wartman says: "We may not be the best band in the world, but we are DEFINITELY the fastest… This is another new song I think you have not heard ever, even with a TV," and then launches into mid-tempo stomper "On the Road," an early version of "Built for Speed."
It was recorded a few years before Nö Sleep at All (June 26th 1985 at Hammersmith Odeon), but because it was organised to celebrate their ten year anniversary, it offers more of a career-retrospective than Sleep. However, the focus lies on Ace of Spades (5 songs) and Orgasmatron (3 songs), which wasn't even released at the time.
With a set list like this one, you're in for a good time and there are guest appearances by Wendy O. Williams ("No Class") and previous members. Of course this semi-official release is a superfluous one if you only wanna have a taste of the band (No Sleep 'til Hammersmith should be your first pick in that case), but if you can't get enough of the ultimate metal outfit, The Birthday Party is a worthy addition to your collection.

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