martes, 17 de junio de 2014

Grand Funk Railroad - 1989 Heavy Hitters!

Grand Funk Railroad - Heavy Hitters! (1989)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Capitol, CDL-57244 | ~ 337 or 340 or 139 Mb | Scans Included
Hard Rock / Arena Rock / Classic Rock

Once called by Rolling Stone magazine "the worst band of all time," Grand Funk Railroad never seemed to care. They always pleased their fans and even found time to release a few hit singles. Some of their songs became rock anthems, all this despite (or maybe helped by) that magazines pronouncement. This compilation includes all the hits (their version of "The Locomotion," "We're an American Band," and "Some Kind of Wonderful"). To its credit, it also includes many of the less pop-oriented classic rock numbers that this group always did so well. The ones presented here include "Time Machine," "Heartbreaker," "Mean Mistreater," and the Funk's take on the Rolling Stones' "Gimme Shelter." This CD is really a better introduction to the band than the other compilations out there as it showcases all sides of their repertoire. 


01. Closer To Home
02. Footstompin' Music
03. Mean Mistreater
04. Are You Ready?
05. Feelin' Alright
06. Heartbreaker
07. Gimme Shelter
08. Time Machine
09. Upsetter
10. Mr. Limousine Driver
11. Get It Together
12. Got This Thing On The Move

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miércoles, 11 de junio de 2014

Linkin Park - 2014 The Hunting Party

Linkin Park - The Hunting Party (2014)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 00:45:16 | 104 MB
Genre: Alternative Rock, Alternative Metal | Label: Warner Bros. Records (Warner)

The Hunting Party is the upcoming sixth studio album by the American rock band Linkin Park. The album, self-produced by band members Mike Shinoda and Brad Delson, will be released by Warner Bros. Records in Friday-release countries on June 13, 2014 and in North America on June 17, 2014. The album is the first since Meteora not to be produced with Rick Rubin, after producing the band's previous three studio albums. The Hunting Party is a departure from the band's recent electronic rock sound of their previous two studio albums. The album, described by Mike Shinoda as simply "a rock record", serves a statement by the band against contemporary mainstream and active rock bands, accused by Shinoda as "trying to be other bands and playing it safe". Packaged by an artwork by Brandon Parvini based off an original drawing by James Jean, the album took under a year to record and produce, with material being improvisationally written in the studio by members of the band. The album also features guest appearances from Page Hamilton of Helmet, Rakim, Daron Malakian of System of a Down, and Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine. These are the band's first featured musicians on a studio album.


1. Keys To The Kingdom
2. All For Nothing (Feat. Page Hamilton)
3. Guilty All The Same (Feat. Rakim)
4. The Summoning
5. War
6. Wastelands
7. Until It's Gone
8. Rebellion (Feat. Daron Malakian)
9. Mark The Graves
10. Drawbar (Feat. Tom Morello)
11. Final Masquerade
12. A Line In The Sand

Styx - 1980 Paradise Theater [2014 Audio Fidelity SACD AFZ 174]

Styx - Paradise Theater (1980) [2014 Audio Fidelity SACD AFZ 174]
EAC Secure Rip | FLAC (Image + Cue + Log) - 266 MB | Complete Scans (Jpeg 600 dpi/300 dpi) - 139 MB | MP3 (CBR320 Kbps) - 104 MB
Rock | Audio Fidelity | AFZ 174 | 40:46 minutes | Hosted on: Uploaded

Paradise Theater is the tenth album by the rock band Styx. A concept album, the album is a fictional account of Chicago's Paradise Theatre from its opening to closing (and eventual abandonment), used as a metaphor for America's changing times from the late 1970s into the 1980s. Paradise Theater became Styx's only US #1 album. It was the band's fourth consecutive triple-platinum album.

After successfully establishing themselves as one of America's best commercial progressive rock bands of the late '70s with albums like The Grand Illusion and Pieces of Eight, Chicago's Styx had taken a dubious step towards pop overkill with singer Dennis DeYoung's ballad "Babe." The centerpiece of 1979's uneven Cornerstone album, the number one single sowed the seeds of disaster for the group by pitching DeYoung's increasingly mainstream ambitions against the group's more conservative songwriters, Tommy Shaw and James "JY" Young. Hence, what had once been a healthy competitive spirit within the band quickly deteriorated into bitter co-existence during the sessions for 1980's Paradise Theater -- and all-out warfare by the time of 1983's infamous Kilroy Was Here. For the time being, however, Paradise Theater seemed to represent the best of both worlds, since its loose concept about the roaring '20s heyday and eventual decline of an imaginary theater (used as a metaphor for the American experience in general, etc., etc.) seemed to satisfy both of the band's camps with its return to complex hard rock (purists Shaw and JY) while sparing no amount of pomp and grandeur (DeYoung). The stage is set by the first track, "A.D. 1928," which features a lonely DeYoung on piano and vocals introducing the album's recurring musical theme before launching into "Rockin' the Paradise" -- a total team effort of wonderfully stripped down hard rock. From this point forward, DeYoung's compositions ("Nothing Ever Goes as Planned," "The Best of Times") continue to stick close to the overall storyline, while Shaw's ("Too Much Time on My Hands," "She Cares") try to resist thematic restrictions as best they can. Among these, "The Best of Times" -- with its deliberate, marching rhythm -- remains one of the more improbable Top Ten hits of the decade (somehow it just works), while "Too Much Time on My Hands" figures among Shaw's finest singles ever. As for JY, the band's third songwriter (and resident peacekeeper) is only slightly more cooperative with the Paradise Theater concept. His edgier compositions include the desolate tale of drug addiction, "Snowblind," and the rollicking opus "Half-Penny, Two-Penny," which infuses a graphic depiction of inner city decadence with a final, small glimmer of hope and redemption. The song also leads straight into the album's beautiful saxophone-led epilogue, "A.D. 1958," which once again reveals MC DeYoung alone at his piano. A resounding success, Paradise Theater would become Styx's greatest commercial triumph; and in retrospect, it remains one of the best examples of the convergence between progressive rock and AOR which typified the sound of the era's top groups (Journey, Kansas, etc.). For Styx, its success would spell both their temporary saving grace and ultimate doom, as the creative forces which had already been tearing at the band's core finally reached unbearable levels three years later. It is no wonder that when the band reunited after over a decade of bad blood, all the music released post-1980 was left on the cutting room floor -- further proof that Paradise Theater was truly the best of times. Reviewed by Eduardo Rivadavia

Track Listing:

01. A.D. 1928 (Dennis DeYoung) - 1:08
02. Rockin' the Paradise (DeYoung, James Young, Tommy Shaw) - 3:35
03. Too Much Time on My Hands (Shaw) - 4:31
04. Nothing Ever Goes As Planned (DeYoung) - 4:48
05. The Best of Times (DeYoung) - 4:19
06. Lonely People (DeYoung) - 5:28
07. She Cares (Shaw) - 4:17
08. Snowblind (Young, DeYoung) - 5:00
09. Half-Penny, Two-Penny (Young, Ray Brandle) - 4:33
10. A.D. 1958 (DeYoung) - 2:27
11. State Street Sadie (DeYoung) - 0:28

Album Released: January 19, 1981

Audio Fidelity SACD Released: May 6, 2014

Mastered for this SACD by: Kevin Gray At Cohearent Audio

miércoles, 4 de junio de 2014

Tarja Turunen & Mike Terrana - 2014 Beauty & The Beat

Tarja Turunen & Mike Terrana - Beauty & The Beat (2014)
Finland / U.S.A. | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 2 CD | 225 MB
Rock , Classical | Label : earMUSIC

Former NIGHTWISH singer Tarja Turunen and acclaimed drummer Mike Terrana (TARJA, AXEL RUDI PELL, RAGE, YNGWIE J. MALMSTEEN, MASTERPLAN) will release the classic-rock crossover live project "Beauty & The Beat" on May 30 via earMUSIC. The effort includes interpretations of classic music pieces ranging from Bach to Mozart to Rossini as well as rock classics from QUEEN, LED ZEPPELIN and Turunen. The music of "Beauty & The Beat" ranges from immortal classic pieces by Bach, Strauss and Mozart to Rossini, but doesn’t neglect pure rock music like songs from LED ZEPPELIN, QUEEN as well as Tarja's own pieces. All combined with orchestra and choir with more than 100 musicians on stage, an enormous sound, energetic drums and Tarja's angelic voice Tarja and Mike complement each other musically. Whereas Mike bangs his drums with rock attitude, Tarja shines with her crystal clear voice and incredible stage presence; all lulled with the warm, full sound of an orchestra.

Tracklist : 

CD 1:
1. Mike - Concert For Violin & Oboe (Bach)
2. Tarja - Blute Nur (Bach)
3. Tarja - Zueignung - Op. 10, No. 1 (Strauss)
4. Mike - Barber Of Seville (Rossini)
5. Mike - New World Symphony (Dvorák)
6. Tarja - Song To The Moon (Dvorák)
7. Tarja - Vilja Lied (Lehár)
8. Tarja - O Mio Babbino Caro (Puccini)
9. Mike - Can-Can (Offenbach)
10. Tarja - I Feel Pretty (Leonard Bernstein)
11. Mike - William Tell Overture (Rossini)
12. Tarja - Mein Herr Marquis (Strauss)
13. Mike - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Mozart)

CD 2:
1. Tarja - You Take My Breath Away (Queen)
2. Tarja & Mike - The Reign (Tarja)
3. Tarja & Mike - Witch-Hunt (Tarja)
4. Tarja & Mike - Led Zeppelin Medley
5. Tarja & Mike - Swanheart (Nightwish)
6. Mike & Tarja - Fly Me To The Moon (Frank Sinatra)
7. Tarja & Mike - Into The Sun (Tarja)
8. Tarja & Mike - I Walk Alone (Tarja)

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viernes, 30 de mayo de 2014

Kiss - 2014 Kiss 40 Years: Decades of Decibels

Kiss - Kiss 40 Years: Decades of Decibels (2014)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
2CD | The Island Def Jam Music Group, 06025871857-1 | ~ 1141 or 1147 or 376 Mb | Scans Included
Hard Rock / Arena Rock / Glam

Released just weeks after the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame succumbed and put "the hottest band in the world!" on their honor roll, the Kiss 40 compilation landed in order to celebrate four decades of rock & rollin' all night, and partying every day. The track list is filled with classics and desirable extras with hits like "Nothin' to Lose," "Beth," and "Lick It Up" appearing in their original studio and/or singles versions, while other blockbusters appear in alternate versions like "Detroit Rock City" in its Kiss Symphony: Alive IV recording and "God of Thunder" in demo form. This is partly due to the set's rule of "one track from every major album release" so that demo checks off 2001's The Box Set while the live version of "Room Service" takes care of the woeful comp You Wanted the Best, You Got the Best!. Even the four solo albums from 1978 get their due, and they fall heavily toward the Gene and Ace half of the band in terms of quality ("Radioactive" and "New York Groove" respectively) with Peter and Paul running way behind (only Kiss Army commanders will recall "You Matter to Me" or "Hold Me, Touch Me [Think of Me When We're Apart]"). Of special interest is the unreleased "Reputation," a "Christine Sixteen"-like rocker where Gene Simmons barks out the kind of sexy and self-serving lyrics for which he owns the patent ("She was young, and she loved me, she really couldn't live without me/She gave me all she could, she loves control"). All and all, Kiss 40 does a nice job following its odd song-per-album rule, and knocks off fringe releases like Sonic Boom Over Europe and Carnival of Souls: The Final Sessions with ease, but it takes a mega-fan to appreciate how well this task was executed, so consider its high score for those who know the Music from "The Elder" album inside and out. This is a triumph of format and the band's longevity, and not necessarily a knockout introduction. 

by David Jeffries, AMG

Tracklist CD1:

01. Nothin' To Lose (G. Simmons) 1974
02. Let Me Go, Rock 'N Roll (G. Simmons - P. Stanley) 1974
03. C'mon And Love Me (P. Stanley) 1975
04. Rock And Roll All Nite (Live From Detroit, MI/1975) (G. Simmons - P. Stanley) 1976
05. God Of Thunder (Demo Version) (P. Stanley) 1976
06. Beth (P. Criss - S. Penridge - B. Ezrin) 1976
07. Hard Luck Woman (P. Stanley) 1976
08. Reputation (Demo) (G. Simmons) 1977
09. Christine Sixteen (P. Stanley) 1977
10. Shout It Out Loud (Live At The L.A. Forum) (G. Simmons - P. Stanley) 1977
11. Strutter '78 (P. Stanley - G. Simmons) 1978
12. You Matter To Me - Peter Criss (J. Vastano - M. Morgan - V. Poncia) 1978
13. Radioactive - Gene Simmons (G. Simmons) 1978
14. New York Groove - Ace Frehley (R. Ballard) 1978
15. Hold Me, Touch Me (Think Of Me When We're Apart) - Paul Stanley (P. Stanley) 1978
16. I Was Made For Lovin' You (Single Edit) (P. Stanley - V. Poncia - D. Child) 1979
17. Shandi (P. Stanley - V. Poncia) 1980
18. A World Without Heroes (G. Simmons - P. Stanley - B. Ezrin - L. Reed) 1981
19. I Love It Loud (P. Stanley - V. Gusano) 1982
20. Down On Your Knees (P. Stanley - M. Japp - B. Adams) 1982
21. Lick It Up (P. Stanley - V. Vincent) 1983
22. Heaven's On Fire (P. Stanley - D. Child) 1984 

Tracklist CD2:

01. Tears Are Falling (P. Stanley) 1985
02. Reason To Live (P. Stanley - D. Child) 1987
03. Let's Put The X In Sex (P. Stanley - D. Child) 1988
04. Forever (P. Stamley - M. Bolton) 1990
05. God Gave Rock 'N' Roll To You II (R. Ballard - P. Stanley - G. Simmons) 1991
06. Unholy (Live/1992) (G. Simmons - V. Vincent) 1993
07. Do You Love Me? (Live From MTV Unplugged) (K. Fowley - B. Ezrin) 1996
08. Room Service (Live In Davenport, Iowa/1975) (P. Stanley) 1996
09. Jungle (Radio Edit) (P. Stanley - B. Kulick - C. Cuomo) 1997
10. Psycho Circus (Without Intro) (P. Stanley - C. Cuomo) 1998
11. Nothing Can Keep Me From You (D. Warren) 1999
12. Detroit Rock City (Live) The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (P. Stanley) 2003
13. Deuce (Live From Burgettstown, PA) (G. Simmons) 2004
14. Firehouse (Live At B.C. Place Stadium, Vancouver) (P. Stanley) 2006
15. Modern Day Delilah (P. Stanley) 2009
16. Cold Gin (Live From Detroit, MI/2009) (A. Frehley) 2009
17. Crazy Crazy Nights (Live) (P. Stanley - A. Mitchell) 2010
18. Hell Or Hallelujah (P. Stanley) 2012

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jueves, 22 de mayo de 2014

Black Sabbath - 1980 Heaven And Hell (Japan 32PD-129)

Black Sabbath - Heaven And Hell (1980)
Year & Label: 1980/1986, Nippon Phonogram Co., Ltd. Japan | CD#: 32PD-129
Flac (image) | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Artwork (PNG, 300 dpi) | File-hosts:
Hard Rock/Heavy Metal | FLAC: 280 MB | Artwork: 25 MB | MP3: 100 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery

Many had left Black Sabbath for dead at the dawn of the '80s, and with good reason — the band's last few albums were not even close to their early classics, and original singer Ozzy Osbourne had just split from the band. But the Sabs had found a worthy replacement in former Elf and Rainbow singer Ronnie James Dio, and bounced back to issue their finest album since the early '70s, 1980's Heaven and Hell. The band sounds reborn and re-energized throughout. Several tracks easily rank among Sabbath's all-time best, such as the vicious album opener, "Neon Knights," the moody, mid-paced epic "Children of the Sea," and the title track, which features one of Tony Iommi 's best guitar riffs. With Heaven and Hell, Black Sabbath were obviously back in business. Unfortunately, the Dio-led version of the band would only record one more studio album before splitting up (although Dio would return briefly in the early '90s). One of Sabbath's finest records.


Vocals : Ronnie James Dio
Guitar : Tony Iommi
Bass : Geezer Butler
Drums : Bill Ward

Produced and Engineered by Martin Birch.
Music written and arranged by Butler/Dio/Iommi/Ward.
Lyrics by Ronnie James Dio.
Recorded at Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, Florida.
Additional recording at Studio Ferber, Paris, France. 

Track List:

01. Neon Knights [3:54]
02. Children Of The Sea [5:36]
03. Lady Evil [4:27]
04. Heaven And Hell [6:59]
05. Wishing Well [4:07]
06. Die Young [4:46]
07. Walk Away [4:26]
08. Lonely Is The Word [5:48]

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FLAC | Artwork | Mp3 320 kbps

viernes, 16 de mayo de 2014

Asia - 2010 Omega [King Record, KICP 1470]

Asia - Omega (2010)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
King Record, KICP 1470 | ~ 461 or 463 or 146 Mb | Scans(png, 300dpi) -> 89 Mb
Progressive Rock / Arena Rock

With the release of 2010's Omega by the reunited original lineup of Asia, the supergroup matches its output of two studio albums from its first go round. Vocalist/bass guitarist John Wetton, guitarist Steve Howe, keyboardist Geoff Downes, and drummer Carl Palmer were progressive rock all-stars who joined forces for the massively successful, chart-topping Asia in 1982 and Alpha in 1983 before splitting -- an inevitability for virtually every supergroup. The quartet re-formed in 2006, toured extensively, and issued a live album and DVD before releasing the strong studio album Phoenix in 2008. Omega is a conscious effort to shake up Asia's style a bit while remaining true to the band's DNA of soaring pop songs dazzlingly performed by virtuosos. Wetton's resonant voice (infinitely layered in chorus harmonies -- an Asia trademark) and tastefully effective bass guitar, Howe's spidery, fluid guitar lines, Downes' richly versatile keyboard parts, and Palmer's booming rhythmic bedrock are still in place, but producer Mike Paxman has stripped the sound down a smidgen in spots. "Finger on the Trigger" (originally recorded by Wetton and Downes for their Icon project in 2006) and "Holy War" are spirited hard rock volleys. "Through My Veins" is slyly catchy. "Listen, Children" is a cheery feel-good song sparked by uplifting lyrics and Downes and Howe's smooth tradeoffs at the end. "Light the Way" and "I Believe" both sound huge thanks to the '80s production feel wholly appropriate for Asia; in fact, "I Believe" would have fit nicely on either Asia or Alpha. The brooding "There Was a Time" is a highlight, and it's enhanced by a complex arrangement. "Emily," a song about unrequited love for a lesbian, is the unremarkable bonus track included on the digipack first pressing of Omega. Phoenix has better songs overall than Omega -- probably due to the initial excitement and creative surge spawned by the reunion -- but Omega satisfies, and longtime fans will enjoy it. Omega is undeniably -- and reliably -- Asia being Asia. 

by Bret Adams, AMG


01. Finger on the Trigger (4:30)
02. Through My Veins (5:09)
03. Holy War (6:00)
04. Ever Yours (4:05)
05. Listen, Children (5:57)
06. End of the World (5:39)
07. Light the Way (5:10)
08. I'm Still the Same (4:44)
09. There Was a Time (5:57)
10. Drop a Stone (bonus track) (5:09)
11. I Believe (4:43)
12. Don't Wanna Lose You Now (4:46)


Geoffrey Downes - Keyboards
Steve Howe - Electric, Acoustic and Steel Guitars
Carl Palmer - Drums and Percussion
John Wetton - Vocals and Bass Guitar

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Krokus - 2014 Long Stick Goes Boom. Live from da House of Rust

Krokus - Long Stick Goes Boom. Live from da House of Rust (2014)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Sony Music, 88843024652 | ~ 540 or 542 or 176 Mb | Scans Included
Hard Rock / Heavy Metal

Recorded in front of a hometown crowd in Solothurn, Switzerland, Krokus bring the house down on their live album Long Stick Goes Boom: Live from da House of Rust. Playing off the energy of the frenzied crowd, the band delivers an energetic set that'll easily make listeners forget these guys have been at it for nearly 40 years. For fans who haven't been able to catch Krokus live, Live from da House of Rust bundles the stalwart rock band's stage presence into a nice little package, giving you the best seat in the house while they rip through a raucous set of, as singer Marc Storace declares it, "krok-n-roll." 
by Gregory Heaney, AMG


01. Long Stick
02. Hallelujah Rock’n'Roll
03. Go Baby Go
04. AM Woman
05. Tokyo Nights
06. Fire
07. Rock City / Betta Than Sex / Dog Song
08. Screaming In The Night
09. Hellraiser
10. Bedside Radio
11. Easy Rocker
12. Heatstrokes
13. Live For The Action
14. Hoodoo Woman


Marc Storace - vocals
Fernando Von Arb - lead guitar
Mark Kohler - rhythm guitar:
Mandy Meyer - lead & rhythm guitars
Chris Von Rohr - bass
Flavio Mezzodi - drums

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miércoles, 14 de mayo de 2014

AC/DC - 2009 BackTracks (Box, 2CD + DVD) RESTORED

AC/DC - BackTracks (2009)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE+LOG | 980 MB | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 320 MB | Complete HQ Scans | PNG -> 330 MB
DVD -> NTSC, 720x480 (4:3), 29.97fps 5830Kbps | English (PCM 48kHz, stereo 1536Kbps) | 4.6Gb | 88 min.
Label: Sony Music/Columbia | Catalog Number: 88697540992 | RAR 3% Rec. |
... Box-Set, standard edition, 2CDs + 1DVD + 36 page booklet ...

As handsome as this package is -- or in the case of the super limited edition, housed in a working guitar amp, as ridiculous -- Backtracks is essentially just a clearinghouse for AC/DC rarities, rounding up all the released tracks and videos that have yet to appear on a collection, throwing in a full-length DVD of 2003 for good measure. In other words, it's a set designed for the kind of diehard who would purchase a box set housed in a working amplifier, but its pleasures aren't limited to the dedicated, particularly when it comes to early AC/DC. Prior to 1979's Highway to Hell, all the band's LPs differed in their Australian and international incarnations (one, 1975's TNT, was just cannibalized for other albums), so there are quite a few stray tracks -- a full 12, ranging from the priceless boogie "R.I.P. (Rock in Peace)" to the throwaway instrumental "Fling Thing," plus alternate takes of "High Voltage," "It's a Long Way to the Top," "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap," and "Ain't No Fun (Waiting Round to Be a Millionaire)" (only available on the deluxe, giving another good reason to opt for the big set). The studio disc is rounded out by some OK latter-day tracks, highlighted by "Big Gun" from the Last Action Hero soundtrack and the nifty little rocker "Cyberspace," and it's quite nice to have all these cuts rounded up. If the live tracks aren't quite as noteworthy, it's largely because there have already been several live releases -- proper albums, box sets, and home videos alike -- but the quality of the two CDs is quite high, opening with a clutch of Bon Scott cuts before settling into a stretch from a dynamite set from Detroit's Joe Louis Arena in 1983, then finding the group trotting around the globe on the third disc. This is supplemented by a DVD dubbed Family Jewels 3, a disc that rounds up all the videos not on the original double-disc collection, including a pair of clips from 2008's Black Ice ("Rock N Roll Train," "Anything Goes"), and alternate takes of seven videos featured on the original compilation. Finally, Backtracks ends with that 2003 show, finding AC/DC in a relatively small venue in Munich, tearing through a concert that relies heavily on early classics. It's a set list that could pretty much be called a hardcore fan's dream, which makes it a fitting close to this box, because if this is anything, it's one for the fans, the ones who have stuck with the band though 35 years of unrelenting rock & roll. 
~ by Stephen Thomas Erlewine,

CD1 - Studio Rarities:
1. Stick Around (Released on Australian-only LP 'High Voltage') - 4:40
2. Love Song (Released on Australian-only LP 'High Voltage') - 5:15
3. Fling Thing (Released on Australian 7" single 'Jailbreak') - 2:00
4. R.I.P. (Rock In Peace) (Released on Australian-only LP 'Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap') - 3:36
5. Carry Me Home (Released on Australian 7" single 'Dog Eat Dog') - 3:57
6. Crabsody In Blue (Released on Australian LP 'Let There Be Rock') - 4:44
7. Cold Hearted Man (First released on Australian 7" single 'Rock 'N' Roll Damnation') - 3:36
8. Snake Eye (Released on Australian 12" single 'Heatseeker') - 3:17
9. Borrowed Time (First released on Australian 12" single 'That's The Way I Wanna Rock 'N' Roll') - 3:46
10. Down On The Borderline (Released on Australian 'Moneytalks 7", 12" and CD single) - 4:15
11. Big Gun (First released on World-Wide CD soundtrack 'Last Action Hero') - 4:20
12. Cyberspace (First released on Australian CD single 'Safe In New York City') - 2:56

CD2 - Live Rarities:
1. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (live) (Sydney Festival, 30 Jan. 1977) - 5:11 
2. Dog Eat Dog (live) (Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, 30 Apr. 1978) - 4:30 
3. Live Wire (live) (Hammersmith Odeon, London, 2 Nov. 1979) - 5:06
4. Shot Down In Flames (live) (Hammersmith Odeon, London, 2 Nov. 1979) - 3:29 
5. Back In Black (live) (Capital Center, Landover MD, 21 Dec. 1981) - 4:20
6. T.N.T. (live) (Capital Center, Landover MD, 20 Dec. 1981) - 3:53
7. Let There Be Rock (live) (Capital Center, Landover MD, 21 Dec. 1981) - 7:31
8. Guns For Hire (live) (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit MI, 18 Nov. 1983) - 5:23
9. Rock And Roll Ain’t Noise Pollution (live) (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit MI, 18 Nov. 1983) - 4:12
10. This House Is On Fire (live) (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit MI, 18 Nov. 1983) - 3:23
11. You Shook Me All Night Long (live) (Joe Louis Arena, Detroit MI, 18 Nov. 1983) - 3:27
12. Jailbreak (live) (Dallas TX, 12 Oct. 1985) - 13:22
13. Highway To Hell (live) (Tushino Airfield, Moscow, 28 Sept. 1991) - 4:00
14. For Those About To Rock (We Salute You) (live) (Tushino Airfield, Moscow, 28 Sept. 1991) - 6:55
15. Safe In New York City (live) (Phoenix AZ, 13 Sept. 2000) - 3:55

Track 1 released on Australia-only promo compilation 'Long Live The Evolution'
Track 2 first released on Australian 7" single 'Whole Lotta Rosie'
Track 3 first released on UK 7" single 'Touch Too Much'
Track 4 first released on UK 7" single 'Touch Too Much'
Track 5 first released on UK 12" single 'Let’s Get It Up'
Track 6 first released on UK 12" single 'Let’s Get It Up'
Track 7 first released on UK 12" single 'For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)'
Track 8 first released on UK 7" and 12" maxi single 'Who Made Who'
Track 9 first released on UK 12" single 'Nervous Shakedown'
Track 10 first released on UK 12" single 'Nervous Shakedown'
Track 11 first released on UK 12" single 'You Shook Me All Night Long'
Track 12 released on UK and European 12" single 'Shake Your Foundations'
Track 13 released on French mini CD '5 Titres Inedits En Concert'
Track 14 first released on European CD single 'Big Gun'
Track 15 first released on US Promo CD single 'Safe In New York City'

DVD - 'Family Jewels Disc Three'
Big Gun
Hard As A Rock
Hail Caesar
Cover You In Oil
Stiff Upper Lip
Satellite Blues
Safe In New York City
Rock N Roll Train
Anything Goes

It’s A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock ‘N’ Roll)
Highway To Hell
You Shook Me All Night Long
Guns For Hire
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (live)
Highway To Hell (live)

The Making Of Hard As A Rock
The Making Of Rock N Roll Train 

Box Set concept and production - John Jackson
Management - Alvin Handwerker for Prager and Fenton
Audio Productions - Sam Horsburg and Al Quagliery
Mastering - Cris Athens at Sterling Sound (NY)

DVD produced by John Jackson
Video restoration by David Mallet and Rocky Oldham
Post production producer - Deana Concilio
DVD authoring - Blink Digital