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  Author: ompeompe   |   19 July 2008   |   comments: 3
Ride the Lightning - METALLICA (TAB GUITAR+MP3)

Ride the Lightning is the second album by American thrash metal band Metallica, released on July 27, 1984 by Megaforce Records and re-released by Elektra Records on November 19, 1984. It has sold over 5 million copies in the U.S. alone.

Ride the Lightning is often hailed by fans as a classic of the thrash metal genre, and a vital bridge between the band's albums Kill 'Em All and Master of Puppets, pushing the thrash metal of the debut into progressive territory more fully-realized on Master of Puppets and ...And Justice for All.

Ride the Lightning retains the speed of Kill 'Em All on songs like "Trapped Under Ice" and "Fight Fire with Fire", but also contains the first of Metallica's longer, more symphonically arranged tracks, such as "Fade to Black" and the nearly 9-minute closing instrumental "The Call of Ktulu".

Ride the Lightning was listed at #3 on a list compiled by metal-rules.com of the Top 100 Metal Albums of All Time and #5 by IGN Music on the Top 25 Metal Albums.

The album included melody, maturity and musical intelligence. It was these traits which helped them broaden metal's scope.
  Author: ompeompe   |   19 July 2008   |   comments: 1
WHITESNAKE "Good to be BAD"

“Good to be bad” is the band’s eleventh studio release, and the first release to carry the Whitesnake insignia, in many years. “Into the light”, David Coverdale’s third solo album, that precedes this one as the latest studio effort, if one discards the 4 songs that were included in the recent live album, was essentially a Whitesnake album, probably, the best album Whitesnake, never released (as whitesnake at least), so as you can understand

Good to Be Bad is the eleventh studio album by Whitesnake released in April 2008.

This is the first album of new studio material in a decade, since 1997's Restless Heart, not including the 4 new tracks recorded for the 2006 live album Live: In the Shadow of the Blues.

According to charts around the world: Good To Be Bad is one of the band's most successful albums.

All the trademarks of the Whitesnake sound, can be found here, in abundance. All the clichés are here as well, thrown in with NO measure. The albums sits uncomfortably between Slide it in, 1987 and Slip of the Tongue , stylistically, with a few melodies borrowed from the Coverdale/Page songbook as well, but the album also holds a couple of surprises and boasts a couple of interesting compositions, unlike anything we’ve heard before
  Author: kisi   |   19 July 2008   |   comments: 19
Kosovo Hymn

The hymn has only music and no text. It is called "Europe", and was composed by Mehdi Mendici. The lack of text is seen as compliance to the principle of multi-ethnicity of the newest Balkan Republic.
  Author: ompeompe   |   18 July 2008   |   comments: 2
LOAD - Metallica (TAB+MP3)

Load is the sixth album by American heavy metal band Metallica, released in June 1996. It has sold over 5 million copies in the US as certified by the RIAA. After the 14 million copies of The Black Album sold in America, the 5 million Load sold was somewhat of a disappointment commercially.

The album marked the band's return to the musical landscape, approximately five years after the release of their international smash success, Metallica. Load saw the band embrace a collective sound and identity far removed from their thrash metal roots. As on previous releases, the fourteen songs that would eventually make up the album began as rough demos created by principal songwriters James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich in Ulrich's basement recording studio, "The Dungeon." The band took over 30 demos into The Plant Studios in the spring of 1995 where they would work for approximately the next year. Once again, Metallica teamed up with famed producer Bob Rock, who had been at the helm during the recording process for Metallica.

The songwriting dispenses almost entirely with the thrash metal style that characterized the band's sound in the 1980s. In place of staccato riffs, Hetfield and lead guitarist Kirk Hammett experimented with more blues-based tones and styles. Ulrich adopted a minimalist approach to his drum recording, abandoning the speed and complex double bass patterns of previous albums. Hetfield displayed a lyrical evolution as well, writing what many feel to be his most personal and introspective lyrics. "Until it Sleeps," the album's lead single, addressed his father's losing battle with cancer, while "Mama Said" explored his relationship with his mother. All of this marked a departure from the political and social overtones of albums like ...And Justice for All.
  Author: ompeompe   |   18 July 2008   |   comments: 1
The Black Crowes - Warpaint (2008)

Warpaint is the first studio album from the Black Crowes in seven years — not that you can really tell. The Crowes still bang out that old-school boogie that might be three or four decades old if it wasn't brand-new. All the obvious ingredients that fueled their 1990 debut, Shake Your Money Maker, are still in place, from singer Chris Robinson's Jagger swagger to the band's Faces-style barroom juking. Even Robinson's battles with his brother/guitar player Rich, apparently dormant for now, have always come straight from the Kinks' playbook. If the Crowes are derivative, they wear that tag with pride; it's exactly what their fans love about them.

Warpaint starts off strong —the first third of the album reveals some of the best range and craft of the band's career — but songs like "We Who See the Deep" are just too unfocused to be memorable. "Evergreen" is a sweetly propulsive love song, but can't Robinson do better than "Come make love in the sunshine/Come let's share our pain"?
  Author: ompeompe   |   18 July 2008   |   comments: 2
G'N'R-Use Your Illusion2(TAB+MP3)

The Use Your Illusion albums were a stylistic turning point for Guns N' Roses. In addition, Use Your Illusion II is more political than most of their previous one.

Each of the Use Your Illusion albums have been certified 7x platinum. Spader Music Magazine listed the album in one of its greatest albums column.It was also #1 on the UK chart for a single week.

Use Your Illusion II is a shining example of a suddenly successful band getting it all wrong and letting its ambitions run wild.

On the other hand, when Guns N' Roses were good, they were very, very good, and some of the material on this album is unsurpassable.

A kickass album and this might have been considered the best album of all time

Use Your Illusion II is more serious and ambitious than I. Featuring no less than four songs that run over six minutes, II is heavy on epics, whether it's the charging funk metal of "Locomotive," the antiwar "Civil War," or the multi-part "Estranged
  Author: tycotyco   |   18 July 2008   |   comments: 0
The Dandy Warhols - Earth To The Dandy Warhols (2008)

Info
ARTIST: The Dandy Warhols
TITLE: Earth To The Dandy Warhols
LABEL: Beat The World
GENRE: Indie
BITRATE: 213kbps avg
PLAYTIME: 1h 09m total
RELEASE DATE: 2008-08-00
RIP DATE: 2008-07-17

Tracklist:
1. The World Come On 4:41
2. Mission Control 2:16
3. Welcome The The Third World 5:50
4. Wasp in the Lotus 4:36
5. And Then I Dreamt of Yes 4:42
  Author: hari.liferokz   |   17 July 2008   |   comments: 4
Dean Martin - Love Songs

This breezy collection contains Martin's ove Songs | 60 MB
  Author: ompeompe   |   16 July 2008   |   comments: 0
DOKKEN - Live from The Sun

Don Dokken - Vocals/Guitar
Jeff Pilson - Bass/Guitar/Vocals
Mick Brown - Drums/Vocals
Reb Beach - Guitars/Vocals

Running Time: 75 Minutes

DVD Release Date - November 2000
Performance Date - November 1999

Live From the Sun captures the band in full flight playing the way they do best.

This is a great show and a much better showcase of the band than their One Live Night acoustic show, and Beach had joined Dokken and played on this DVD.

The band is in fine form for this show and even those that have never heard of them before should find enjoyment here. Performing to an adoring crowd, the enthusiasm is contagious and the band react to this by putting on one great show.
  Author: shirish_kc   |   16 July 2008   |   comments: 1
Backstreet Boys - Show Me The Meaning of Being lonely - Music Video

Backstreet Boys - Show Me The Meaning of Being lonely - Music Video | 63 MB
  Author: ompeompe   |   14 July 2008   |   comments: 1
Pride and Glory - ZAKK WYLDE

Pride and Glory was Zakk Wylde's first self-fronted album. It has more of a Southern rock sound than Zakk Wylde's other albums incorporating the likes of banjo, harmonica and mandolin.

Upon its release, their one and only album was seen as an almost complete departure from the music Zakk was known for with Ozzy, but the album's dominant Southern Rock sound proved to remain a prevailant influence on Zakk's own music up to and including the debut Black Label Society album Sonic Brew. Zakk's songwriting skills come to the forefront on the album; there is a great deal of variety and the songs themselves are very dynamic, with a very loose jam-band feel to a number them, namely "Shine On" and "Toe'n The Line."

The original album was released in 1994 and reissued in 1999 on Spitfire Records with a bonus songs of rare and unreleased material (tracks "The Wizard","Torn and Tattered" "In My Time of Dying","Found A Friend" ,"The Hammer and The Nail" ,"Come Together")
  Author: CaseMan   |   13 July 2008   |   comments: 4
Now That's What I Call No. 1's!

mp3 Format | 128 kbps | 222.9 MB

Fantabulous three CD set featuring 60 #1 singles that have helped shape the Pop charts since the Now series started way back in the early '80s. Includes chart-topping tracks from The Police, Pussycat Dolls, Men At Work, Nelly Furtado, Wham!, All Saints, Foreigner, Christina Aguilera, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Oasis, R. Kelly, Billy Joel, Shaggy, Gorillaz, Pink, Robbie Williams, KC & The Sunshine Band and many more.
  Author: CaseMan   |   13 July 2008   |   comments: 1
Alice Cooper - Along Came A Spider

mp3 Format | 192-320 kbps | 64.7 MB

Alice Cooper is releasing his 25th studio album, Along Came a Spider, on July 29th.
It's a concept album about a serial killer named Spider. Sounds intriguing, to say the least.

There are only a handful of rock artists that have proven to be as enduring and influential as Alice Cooper has over the years. Name just about any hard rock artist, and they’ve probably borrowed a thing or two from Alice.

Track Listing:
1. Prologue/I Know Where You Live
2. Vengeance Is Mine
3. Wake The Dead
4. Catch Me If You Can
5. (In Touch With) Your Feminine Side
  Author: CaseMan   |   13 July 2008   |   comments: 4
Golden Oldies - 63 Classic Hits From The 50s & 60s

mp3 Format | 160 kbps | 173.6 MB

2 CD set. Golden Oldies is the first and original tribute to Grandparents. Grandparents Day is a hugely important day on the calendar. In the vein of mothers and fathers day albums, this one has a sentimental humour to it that makes it appeal to a mass market. Grandparents Day is celebrated on the first Sunday after Labor Day.
  Author: shremal   |   9 July 2008   |   comments: 15
Viva la vida-ColdPlay

Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends:
01 Life in Technicolor
02 Cemeteries of London
03 Lost!
04 42
05 Lovers in Japan/Reign of Love
06 Yes
07 Viva la Vida
08 Violet Hill
09 Strawberry Swing
10 Death and All His Friends
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