Sharethred 2016 #6
Previous thread >>61699812
When posting an album, make sure to post the FULL LINK for it (if you're posting a link from MEGA, THIS INCLUDES THE DECRYPTION KEY TOO) along with a sample of the album from YouTube (or just upload a track to clyp.it if there's nothing on YouTube), album art, as well as the name of the artist and album. This makes it easier for people to find these albums in the archive after the thread has 404'd.
Feel free to request, but make sure to be polite and post something before requesting (preferably something not already in the archive). This is a share thread, after all, emphasis on share.
If you're looking for an album, check the archive (https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/mu/) before posting or requesting something, it might already be available. Type in the band name, the album name, as well as the word MEGA or ZIPPY and it might show up.
The Savage Young Taterbug - some EPs
> Lo-fi, Collage, Nostalgia, out-there
Just some EPs of this guy's. Really weird and interesting
EAI and Onkyo starter packs
>includes albums by artists such as: Supersilent, Sunshine Has Blown, R/S, Machinefabriek, Voice Crack, Trapist, I.S.O., Toshimaru Nakamura, Taku Sugimoto, and various collaborators
>essential avant-teen listens
EAI sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrKQl9yj0oI
EAI pack: https://mega.nz/#F!h0tEmRZS!QtzoGKmXd9to7a8clryghA
Onkyo sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hh6r9lhnGm8
Onkyo pack: https://mega.nz/#F!QwEX1JzB!n0VVxhZM9Lw31MAQN1bQPQ
The Beatles - Let It Be... Naked
>let it be, but "naked"
requesting Book 2 of The Well-Tempered Clavier by Bach, played by Glenn Gould
gonna repost this because i posted it right at the end of the last thread and dammit, it's good.
Onuinu: Mirror Gazer
>funky, modern sounding synth pop
>simultaneously both spaced out and chill but also fun and happy
Ying Yang Twins- U.S.A. (United State of Atlanta)
>hip hop, crunk
>has the whisper song and "DALE HUEVO, DALE HUEVO" on it
There was a kid back in my elementary school who was obsessed with the Ying-Yang Twins. I never looked them up and I assumed they were two teenage white boys trying to be rappers.
Apparently, I was wrong.
I remerber when this came out the marketing said that this was how Lennon meant the album to sound with no evidence what so ever and of course Lennon was no longer around to say how true this was.
Lord RAJA - PARA
>electronic, experimental, breakcore, house, etc.
Haven't seen this posted yet so I thought I'd share. Just a free album that was posted on Adult Swim's website a while back.
interesting stuff, thanks for sharing
Yoteghost/Iglooghost & Mr. Yote - Milk Empire
>it's really good
Yeah I just recently discovered his Bandcamp.
Also here's where I found Milk Empire, and anything similar to it (although nowhere near as kooky): https://activiabenz.bandcamp.com/
Milk Empire is insanely more maximal than Chinese Nu Yr, which is why I enjoy it so much. Plus, it emphasizes Mr. Yote a ton.
David Lynch - Catching the Big Fish (2006)
>audiobook read by the man himself, listen and learn, spoken word
Madonna - The Immaculate Collection
Janet Jackson - Rhythm Nation
Paul Abdul - Forever Your Girl
George Michael - Faith
i don't have a sob story. i just don't want to pay for these, and i don't want to get honeypotted. i just want some quality late 80s pop to question my sexuality with. so if anyone's feeling generous, cool. if not, also cool.
Action Bronson - Mr. Wonderful (2015) [320 & FLAC]
>Hip Hop, lots of filler but has its moments, bonus alternate artwork by anon
>Madonna - The Immaculate Collection
>Janet Jackson - Rhythm Nation
>Paul Abdul - Forever Your Girl
>George Michael - Faith
>i don't have a sob story. i just don't want to pay for these, and i don't want to get honeypotted. i just want some quality late 80s pop to question my sexuality with. so if anyone's feeling generous, cool. if not, also cool.
either you are trolling or you are david lynch yourself
Max Graef - Rivers Of The Red Planet (2013)
>Electronic, hip-hop, downtempo, deep house, soothing, german, underrated-core.
Tower of Power - Back to Oakland
>essential west coast soul, why haven't you listened to this-core
Requesting klezmer music.
Liquid Liquid - s/t (compilation)
>post-punk, funk, dub, no wave, dance
>trolling or lynch
why not both
why not neither
Tim Hecker - Virgins (2013)
>electronic, ambient, drone, all links in the archive are dead so here's a working one
Broadcast and The Focus Group - Investigate Witch Cults of the Radio Age (2009)
>weird psychedelic pop, library music, sound collages, super underrated, personal fav, please don't make this a meme-core
Albro T. Gaul - The Sounds of Insects
>narrated collection of insect sounds from smithsonian folkways
Charles M. Bogart - Sounds of North American frogs
>narrated collection of frog calls
Cornell Lab of Ornithology - Voices of North American Owls
>narrated collection of owl calls
Jana Winderen - Energy Field
>The recordings were made near Greenland and Norway, deep in crevasses of glaciers, in fjords and in the open ocean. These elements are then edited and layered
John Duncan - Blind Date
>recording of a man fucking a corpse
K. C. Halafoff & Peter Bruce - The Lyrebird A Documentary Study of Its Song
>collection of lyrebird calls
L. Ron Hubbard - Class VII Xenu Tape
>a scientology lecture
Mickey Hart Collection - Voices of the Rainforest
>soundscape of a day in the life of the Kaluli people of Bosavi, Papua New Guinea. one hears birds, water, insects and other ambient voices of the rainforest interspersed with Kaluli songs and instrumental sounds of work, leisure and ritual from smithsonian folkways
Olhon - Sinkhole
>composed using original field recordings taken (mainly underwater) in the "Pozzo del Merro", the world's deepest sinkhole
Olivia Block - Heave To
>album composed of ocean themed field recordings
Peter Sotos - Buyer's Market
>collage of interviews with rape victims and prostitutes
Rev. Jim Jones - The Jonestown Death Tape
>recording of the radio broadcast speech rev. Jones made as the massacre was underway
Road Recordings - Out of This World
>various inaudible natural sounds such as earthquake waveforms and radio emissions from ionospheric disturbances
Smithsonian Folkways - Sounds of the Sea, Vol. 1 Underwater Sounds of Biological Origin
>what it says in the title
Stephen P. McGreevy - electric enigma
>VLF radio emissions from lightning and auroras
Voyager II - raw PWS data
>raw sound data from the voyager 2 plasma waveform spectrometer
>>recording of the radio broadcast speech rev. Jones made as the massacre was underway
This is real btw, if anyone was wondering. the dude had a tape recorder under his chair to record the entire thing.
Crispin Hellion Glover - The Big Problem ≠ the Solution. The Solution = Let It Be. (1989)
>Avant-Folk, Spoken Word, Poetry, Experimental
>Yes, THAT crispin glover (the dad from Back to the Future). Recorded by Barnes and Barnes (of "Fish Heads" fame), sounds a lot like The Residents
Zzzzra - L’Entraide [Truth Or Consequences]
>Ambient, downtempo, dub, experimental, minimal, techno
what a madman.
a disturbing listen. people pleading, trying to talk sense... just getting shut down by madness. wild, harrowing, shit.
Shigeto - No Better Time Than Now
>Laid back electronica, jazz and hip-hop influences, solid listen all the way through, dig the sample.
also: recommend this if you like deepchord.
David Axelrod - Song of Innocence (1968)
>Psychedlic pop/rock, orchestral funk, jazz fusion, something for everyone if you give it a proper chance
and lastly, something to go with your meditation:
Potentials Unlimited - Astral Sounds (1973)
>meditation, oneness, wait for it-core.
Finitribe- Sleazy Listening (1998)
>IDM, Experimental, Downtempo, Industrial
Link from archive is dead.
Metaform - Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants
Damn this share thread is going well :)
VA - 日常コンピ - on sunday recordings
>Easy listening, Electro
If you got anything like pic related it would be great
The closest to what I have is the Last.fm page on him.
"Couldn't be more excited about this one, first offering from the smoked out styles of Iowa City's very own Savage Young Taterbug. Teenage road warrior, dead head punk, perma triped wanderer, Taterbug lays down his tape collaged world of free flowing Americana psych bliss. Little bells, dustbowl ballad guitars, stand by me youth cult dreams, and Manson family mind fucks, its all here, even hope for a better tomorrow and a positive spirit for today which can say alot in these droned out wasted times. Let the light inside yr skull"
"Taterbug aka Charles Free is a memoryscaper or maybe he collected these sounds from the dusty webs of old dreamcatchers full of lucid sensations and weird formative moments. This track is full of these, transferred onto new and found brittle cassette reels, with more bluesy childhood feelings, haunted vocals, lush keyboard whistles, and slowly melting soul samples – think a peaced-out Ariel Pink with the celestial moments of James Ferraro. Total dreamer"
"A desolate roadside bar. Patrons of all collars stumbling in and out as a busted jukebox keeps the time. In strolls Charles Free, a witness to the chaos of the hardworking and the lazy alike. Dressed in the robes of the bum, Free easily fades into the crowd and gains their trust. Yet it isn’t the sad tales that Free recalls on Syrupy Evenings; it’s the tortoise speed of alcohol dulling the senses and the slow-motion pace of lips meeting beer and warped records spinning on a 50 year-old piece of equipment"
Upon looking for a sample of his stuff (which I couldn't anything on Utoob that was related to the EPs I shared), I found out that he had performed a live show where I currently live in 2013.
That's sort of neat
Girl Talk – Night Ripper
Alright /mu/, it took me a while to upload.
I hope all the files uploaded correctly.
Jean-Luc Ponty - Discography(at least everything that matter)
>Violin virtuoso, essential jazz-fusion, seriously get this
Brett Smiley - Breathlessly Brett
>glam rock, compilation
This guy was pretty much a David Bowie knockoff who only released a single back in the 70's. He also just died a few days ago on the 8th.
AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT
Seeburg '1000' Background Music System
>Seeburg made background music (elevator music) players back in the good old days. They were a jukebox company, so they used vinyl records. The records were an unusual size, being 9 inches around with a 2 inch hole, sort of a 45 on steroids. The record turned at 16-2/3 RPM and had 40 minutes of music per side.
>EZ listening, Muzak
>pop hits and standards
>pep-y stuff for stores and factories, mood music for dining
>cross between Herb Alpert Tijuana Brass, Burt Bacharach, and "1000 Strings" pablum.
fans have set up a livestream that shows the custom jukebox in action
a fan has ripped his collection here along with some background info
some is pretty cool, some is lame but enjoyable if you like campy kitch. i think the mood category is "better" but i just like it for what it is. i prefer this as background over actual modern top 40 that you hear on the clearchannel stream in so many places these days.
your tears taste delicious.
Attention K-Mart Shoppers
> waiting in line at the supermarket core
(2009) The Brave Little Abacus - Masked Dancers: concern in so many things you forget where you are [2009, CD, FLAC]
>emo, experimental, indie rock
Uploading FLAC due to its rarity.
/r/ing silver fins-berserk
PENPALS - AMERCAMAN
Japanese post-punk. English lyrics
>These are recorded at the mind-numbingly low bitrate of 32kbps, which matches the fidelity of the records just fine
>which matches the fidelity of the records just fine
>which matches the fidelity of the records just fine
>ever "just fine"
i want to throttle this guy
do you not understand how 16rpms affects the analogue equivalent of "bitrate"?
these are all beat to shit old vinyl plates that NEED to be played on beat to shit old proprietary record players that were crap to begin with in order to get the proper spindle diameter and speed. at no point in the existence of this music did fidelity ever enter into it.
they were "low bitrate" even when you heard them played brand new in 1969.
Sadly I don't have the two albums that actually feature Stephane Grapelli.
If you like Grapelli's sound then I suggest his earlier stuff like Electric Connection, The Jean-Luc Ponty Experience, King Kong (composed by Zappa), and even Upon The Wings Of Music.
If you like violin centered jazz in general is suggest listening to everything.
Especially Upon The Wings Of Music, Aurora, Imaginary Voyage, Enigmatic Ocean, and Cosmic Messenger. He get's some of the best musicians and it fits the three E's just fine. (Electric, Eclectic, Eccentric)
I suggest looking him up on Wiki to get a good feel of what you're getting into.
tbf that page is from 2008, and in 2008 most people weren't ever concerned with going higher than 192, and m o s t of the files floating around were 128. a lot of those 128s are still floating around.
it does suck though. there's all kinds of great finds on archive.org, but they're all 32-128 rips. almost defeats the purposes of archiving.
So if they were digitally capturing Edison's wax tubes today, they would use a cheap, shitty mic and record straight to a late-90's MP3 at 32kbps, right? The fact that it's so low-fidelity now means that all the more care should be taken to preserve what little is left. Hard drive space is so cheap it doesn't make sense to absolutely destroy the quality of a rare recording in the name of a few megabytes.
I lose sleep over how much quality was lost by not distributing files like that as 64kbps Opus.
>quality of a rare recording in the name of a few megabytes
yeah, but comparing this cheezy music to anything approaching the importance of Edison's cylinders is ludicrous and this was all done by fans in their garage, not some archival conservatory.
Something that was just released today
Origami JP - Trains EP
Japanese, Mathrock, Instrumental, 2016
some of us love library recordings and stuff like this for what they are/were m8. they're probably a better historical record of the day to day soundtrack of many people's lives (music they heard at work, while shopping, on television) than anything else. whether the quality of the music is derivative or stylistically pastiche isn't a good reason for it to be lost to time. it also provides context to lounge/exotica/easy listening... people bought music that sounded like this to listen to at home as well.
Miles Davis - On the Corner (1972)
>jazz fusion, jazz funk, mother fucking funky.
Lonnie Liston Smith & the Cosmic Echoes - Astral Traveling (1973)
>jazz/funk, spiritual, hazy, lush, take flight young listener
Upper Astral - Journey To The Edge Of The Universe (1983)
>new age, s p a c e, cosmic
Millie & Andrea - Drop the Vowels / Don’t Touch Me Nylon
>andy stott, breakbeat, dub, dubstep, juke, jungle, techno, UK garage, 2 discs,
Robbie Basho - Zarthus (1974)
>American Primitivism, Avant-Folk, Psychedelic Folk, Apocalypse-core, Spiritual
Damon - Song of a Gypsy (1969)
>Psychedelic Folk, Psych Rock
>laid-back type vocals over echoed fuzz-tone guitar and sitar
>Wicked drum breaks and heavy driving bass with screeching keys.
Holly Golightly - Singles Round-Up (2001)
>garage revival, rockabilly at times, billy childish-related, headcoats/headcoatees-core, proto burger records
Julee Cruise - Floating Into the Night (1989)
>david lynchian, twin peaks-core, ethereal, dream popish.
Julee Cruise - The Voice of Love (1993)
>ethereal, dreampop, twin peaksy, lyrics written by David Lynch, music composed by Angelo Badalamenti
The Louvin Brothers - Satan is Real (1959)
>country & western, close harmony, sometimes gospel-y, cult classic
L'Orange & Jeremiah Jae - The Night Took Us in Like Family (2015) [320 & FLAC]
>Abstract Hip Hop / Boom Bap
/r/ing Live Forever- Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire
Intersystems - Number One (1967)
>spoken word, musique concrete, tape music, might as well be david lynch
Intersystems - Peachy (1967)
>Tape Collage, Experimental music, Musique Concrete
Intersystems - Free Psychedelic Poster Inside (1968)
>experimental spoken word, noise, electronic, musique concrète, tape music from Canada
does anyone have Misophone - where has it gone all the beautiful music of our grandparents?
No Artist - Trains at Work
>Exactly what the title says. Sounds of a busy railyard. Listen to spectacular sounds of switching engines, GM SW 1500's, and GP-9's assembling lines of cars. Includes several different train scenarios, each with their own particular sound, including radio transmissions and different types of horns. A very textural experience.
Various Artists - I Am The Center: Private Issue New Age In America, 1950-1990 (2013)
is it all as droney and noisy as the sample? i'm into the Sonics, the Mummies, Link Wray kinda garagey stuff but not sure if this is for me based on the sample
man, i used to play the fuck outta this CD back in the day. reccing!
crossposted to the trai/n/bros
if you swear to me they aren't in the archive i might up them for you. can't remember if i have red medicine or not…
Zipeg won't unzip these, btw. says "unsupported method of compression" or something. maybe i need a new version. anyone else have this problem?
Duke Ellington With Charles Mingus & Max Roach - Money Jungle (1963)
>post-bop, less than the sum of its parts but still nice
compressing R now. you want EH or SDoN?
re: holly golightly:
no, the album's pretty wide ranging in its influences. you'll find something you dig on it.
try a different app to unzip it.
it works fine. try manually copy/pasting the link and going from there.
He lied to you. HE LIED. I checked and there are tons of working links for Fugazi
Here is their complete discog:
And here are some of their albums and bootlegs:
Fucking hate lazy people.
Jesus christ. I don't know how I missed that. There certainly aren't tons though. I looked several times and tried every link i saw and they were all dead. I sincerely apologize to >>61748766 I feel terrible.
Polaris - Music From the Adventures of Pete and Pete
>90s college rock, soundtrack, bright and poppy, cult classic, bill clinton-core.
In The Labyrinth - Garden of Mysteries
>Super comfy prog that makes a cute effort to sound exotic
Pretty solid album overall.
The Dovers - We're Not Just Anybody (2001 comp., '60s recordings)
>garage rock, psych
A collection of singles by the Santa Barbara, California group, The Dovers. These guys were active in the mid 60's and were fronted by probably the most heartbroken garage rocker there ever was.
Santo & Johnny - S/T (1959)
>instrumental, guitar, surf, easy-listening, lush and comfy
Jazz-Hip Trio - Portraits (1968)
>euro jazz, straight ahead and breezy, swinging 60s easy-listening at times.
Timothy Seth Avett as Darling - The Mourning, the Silver, the Bell
>contemporary folk, mostly guitar and piano, music to feel at night
Roy Orbison- A Black and White Night Live (V0 ± 270 kbps)
>rock, country, rockabilly
Thanks for the links. I saw this guy play in like 2011 or so, and have loosely followed his stuff over the years. His twitter is pretty interesting (https://twitter.com/gasoline_weirdo), although it sounded like things might be getting kinda rough for him.
Rosemary Scott, Ward Swingle & Bob Smart - Pick of the Pops (1964)
>the definition of easy-listening, covers of 60s pop, kitschy as fuck.
Sarah Davachi - Barons Court (2015)
>ambient, drone, atmospheric, released on Jefre Cantu-Ledesma's record label
sample not from this album, but this is her and her sound: https://youtu.be/PySf8NUKNGE
Yao Li - Pathe 100 Vol.3
>Chinese lounge singer, 1940's, i hope you appreciate the diversity
Jon (the dog) - Jon (1995)
>lofi, bedroom pop, chord organ, japanese, furry, weird, we are going off the fucking rails here.
thank you for your service
Ayy I got you for one of them, a bit new to the uploading so I hope this is up to standards (its 256k, so not the best but def not the worst)
Janet Jackson - Rhythm Nation 1814
someone might know this, it's in a similar vein. i remember watching this sound doco on tv when i was a child, there was this blonde woman who had edited the cheers and chants of the crowds at football (or soccer to you) matches, i distinctly remember she made a point of saying no affects or pitch adjustments had been made to the recordings they had imply been layered and looped.
the result was like an amazing symphony, i had never heard anything like it and haven't since, and probably never will again. the show also had a bit about gavin bryars 'jesus' blood..'
no one will know.
Nukariik - Inuit Throat Songs and Drumming
Anthology of Chinese Traditional and Folk Music
J.S Bach - Die kunst der fuge (musica antiqua koln, goebel)
Johannes Ockeghem - Missa Prolationium (Clerk's group)
>inb4 I have this version of that classical album
The versions I'm looking appear to have different tracklisting when compared to other classical releases.
That 1 Guy - Poseidon's Deep Water Adventure Friends
>Prog, I guess? This guy spent ten years building his own instrument, really cool stuff
Requesting SOAD's self titled please
reccing this and anything Mark Mulcahy related.
Miracle Legion- Me & Mr. Ray (1989)
>Folk Rock, Stripped Down Jangle Pop
Old but fantastic. I suspect most people on here haven't heard it. Youtube doesn't have the best quality, the remaster on Spotify sounds quite a bit better.
I heard he wrote Five Miles Out after almost dying in a plane accident. He lost altitude and went offcourse, and at one point was heading straight for the ground. The music just came to him, with the angelic voices and the yelling simultaneously. It's pretty strong if you take that into account when you listen to it.
hey im looking for an album, bob bossin's gabriola v0r 1xo
only mention of it is me in the archive 3 years ago, with someone saying it wasn't on what
i checked slsk, its not there, although im no powerseeker or anything (manual searched a few terms, didnt go into rooms or specific users)
maybe its somewhere? do you have it?
>canadian, folk, i had the tape when i was a kid-core
does anyone have loveliescrushing - bloweyelashwish? can't find it
abilene - s/t
>post rock, math rock
ENGR 202 - wav files
>sine waves, in .wav, from my AC circuits lab
>experimental, noise, autism-core
lives in iowa city
learned how to play piano from listening to noise music
that other guy posted the last.fm description of him
there's a couple of videos of him on youtube if you're interested
seems like a really odd guy
i feel like its pretentious to say but he gives me this really post ironic avant-garde vibe
His music always gives me this vibe of being out on a rural farm in iowa the 50s listening to whatever shitty music could actually get to your radio. But like in a really good enjoyable way.
Anyone have Does You Inspire You by Chairlift?
Looked for a Bowie discography earlier and found one, thought I'd post it here too, in case anyone else wanted it
(1999) Mogwai - Come On Die Young [2014 Deluxe Edition, CD, V0]
>Post-rock, Indie rock
Dear Eloise - (2011) Beauty In Strangers
>alt rock, shoegaze
Dear Eloise - (2010) The Words That Were Burnt
>alt rock, shoegaze, noisy
Carsick Cars - (2008) Carsick Cars
>alt. rock, post punk
Gar - (2009) Gar
Chinese Football - (2015) Chinese Football
>emo, alt. rock, highly praised
I still got a couple more to upload.
it's happened to me like 15 times, i'd rather just not use it. most things i can find on my own, i've only encountered like 20 albums that i couldn't find without slsk. it's usually my last resort
i'm still around, just tired of posting. may continue later, but it's late here.
would appreciate the madonna hookup.
>Madonna - The Immaculate Collection (coming, maybe)
>Janet Jackson - Rhythm Nation (got, thanks again)
>Paula Abdul - Forever Your Girl
>George Michael - Faith
pls give me the loveliescrushing album, ill zuckyadick
tfvsjs - (2013) Equal Unequals to Equal
Sorry for the wait, my connection is trash.
>lovesliescrushing - bloweyelashwish
>Madonna - Immaculate Collection
The Omnipotent Youth Society – (2010) The Omnipotent Youth Society
That's the last one. Nite all. When I find more chinese rock I'll upload it for sure.
uploading this right now
in the meantime have this:
Quilt - Held in Splendor (2014)
> modern psych folk, chill dreamy music
and also this
William D. Drake - Briny Hooves
> one of the solo albums of the keyboardist from Cardiacs, weird melodic songs, goat piano arrangements
Here it is
Timothy Seth Avet as Darling - the Mourning the Silver the Bell
Can you guys help a brother out?
I can't find her albums anythere. Pic related.
Can anyone share a torrent?
Kadavar - Kadavar (2012)
>Psychedelic Rock, 70s, kida doomy
Kadavar - Berlin (2015)
>Psychedelic Rock, 70s, faster, but more energetic
Parazite / Marc Caro - Le Bunker De La Dernière Rafale (The Bunker of Last Gunshots)
steampunk French short movie from 1981.
/r/ E+E (aka Elysia Crampton) - The Light That You Gave Me To See You
You might like other movies from Caro & Jeunet : Delicatessen, The City of Lost Children (... and Alien 4 or Amelie lol) they usually have great cinematography & awesome soundtrack.
Ah, I didn't recognize the name!
I love Delicatessen (and Alien 4 - in certain ways), thatnks for the reminder to get my ass in gear and check out City Of Lost Children - I've meant to for years
>Crowhurst - all major albums
>black noise, experimental black metal, essential
>lustmord, come, fejhed, aaron dilloway, spk, haters, chop shop, etc
>daughters, sordo, man is the bastard, +hirs+, discordance axis
>Space Ambient Essentials
>Jonn Serrie, Kevin Braheny, Algol, Nasa Voyager Recordings, etc
i grabbed that carsick cars one. they were all pretty good, tho. thanks. i literally had no idea about chinese rock. are you the guy that posted VNP Crew a few weeks ago? because that was dope, too
thank gawd somebody's feeling it. when it first came out, i heard it on college radio and was blown away. couldn't find any shares so i actually bought it, which makes it the only download i've ever paid for.
appreciate the feedback, f a m
ESSENTIAL POLISH NEW WAVE
>28 essential Polish post-punk, new wave, coldwave and synthpop albums
>everything you see in pic related in mp3, bitrate between 192 and 320 kbps
Including (for the sake of the archive):
Siekiera - Nowa Aleksandria
Republika - 82-85
Brygada Kryzys - Brygada Kryzys
Klaus Mitffoch - Klaus Mitffoch
Porter Band - Helicopters
Republika - Nowe Sytuacje
Maanam - Maanam
Obywatel G.C. - Obywatel G.C.
De Press - Block To Block
Republika - Nieustanne Tango
Maanam - O!
Obywatel G.C. - Tak! Tak!
Aya RL - Aya RL (czerwona)
Lady Pank - Lady Pank
Maanam - Nocny Patrol
Lech Janerka - Historia Podwodna
Ziyo - Ziyo
Sni Sredstvom Za Uklanianie - 1983-1986
Maanam - Mental Cut
Various Artists - Polska Nowa Fala 1983...
Papa Dance - Papa Dance
Anna Jurksztowicz - Dziękuję, Nie Tańczę
2 Plus 1 - Bez Limitu
Kombi - Kombi
Papa Dance - Poniżej Krytyki
Kapitan Nemo - Kapitan Nemo
Kombi - Królowie Życia
Kombi - Nowy Rozdział