Previous thread >>61727531
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.
Pinhead Circus - Everything Else is a Far Gone Conclusion
>Criminally underrated 90s Punk
Pile - Dripping
>Post-Rock, Emo, Math
Holograms - Forever
toe - Hear You
>Math Rock, Post Rock
Boredoms - Pop Tatari
>noise, experimental, noise rock
Stara Rzeka - Zamknęły się oczy ziemi (2015)
>Drone, Free Folk, Psychedelic Folk, Avant-Folk
This is a great big massive booming psychedelic beast of an album is dense and magical from start to finish. AOTY material.
No one's in the sharing mood I guess, well here's one more
Ride - Nowhere
>Shoegaze, britpop vibes definitely
Dreaming Moths & Woodwalker
>Very textured and organic, quite accesible and catchy despite being made of samples.
Wish all of the vaporwave fags made something like this when they say plunderphonics. It's like they love to make boring music.
>Type in the band name, the album name, as well as the word MEGA or ZIPPY and it might show up.
You might add to the pasta this line as an example:
ie. Band name - Album name mega|zippyshare|mediafire
Periphery - Periphery II - This Time It's Personal
>djent, prog metal
this is cool. reminds me of satanicpornocultshop.
if you want something in the vaporwave genre you might like this
>post -vaporwave, 47 tracks that are just loops like eccojams except not long and boring
Gonna share some.
Pinkshinyultrablast - Everything Else Matters
LSD and the search for God - Heaven Is a Place
>shoegaze, dream pop
I'm halfway through this in the link.
>Tuva Folk, Non-Tribal
Slowdive - Souvlaki
>shoegaze. dream pop
Angelo Badalamenti - Un long dimanche de fiançailles (A very long engagement) OST (2004)
>lush melodramatic soundtrack
Slint discography (320kbps stated otherwise)
>math rock, post rock, post hardcore
(1989) Tweez [Reissue 1993]
(1991) Spiderland [Reissue, 2CD]
(1994) Untitled [FLAC, may be known as Slint EP]
The Dresden Dolls - S/T
>Dark Cabaret, Gothic Rock, Weird incidental music, it's surprising to me that nothing Amanda Palmer-related is EVER discussed on /mu/
Dinosaur Jr. - Bug
>Alt-rock, indie, noise rock
also requesting David Comes to Life by Fucked Up if anyone has it, thankya
Speaking of the Book
The Books - The Way Out
>post-music, god tier, fantastic, indescribable
>great singing from my goddamn boy nick zammuto
>my second favorite album by them, second to the lemon of pink
World's End Girlfriend - Hurtbreak Wonderland
>Neo-classical, Glitch, Post-Rock
Mega (320): https://mega.nz/#!u4gFQSgZ!HVMyUtpOFq82CVbMhZwF_GIxn7vgGl9FcEY7c_qb2tI
DJ Rozwell - Murder Burger
>Breaks, e-grunge, noise rap
>solo project by the producer of the KFC Murder Chicks EP
Fishmans - Uchuu Nippon Setagaya
>Archive links appear to be dead
>Probably their second best studio album
>Vangelis albums and acts associated with him (have Blade Runner and 666)
>Nujabes Luv(Sic) Suite
>Giles Corey - Deconstructionist with the full PDF
Dresden Dolls - A is For Accident
>Live, Dark Cabaret
Also requesting: Dirt Poor Robins - The Raven Locks Act 1 and Humanimals - Grand Ole Party
Dresden Dolls - Yes, Virgina
>Dark Cabaret, Piano Rock
Requesting: Dirt Poor Robins - Raven Locks Act One
Humananimals - Grand Ole Party
Joe Hisaishi - The Tale of the Princess Kaguya OST (2013)
Port Blue - Arctic
Even though this is a side project from the guy who does Owl City, it's absolutely nothing like his normal stuff. It was also never officially released, and I've only ever been able to find downloads of it on maybe 2 sites.
okay good good
Sharing anyway to do them justice.
Evelyn Evelyn - Evelyn Evelyn
>Dark Cabaret, Baroque Pop, Conjoined Twin pop, Experimental, creeeepppyyyy
Dresden Dolls - No, Virgina
That's about it for me tonight, dead tired. Will share the few other albums I have tomorrow.
Chicago Underground Trio - Possible Cube (1999)
>If you like Tortoise or Do Make Say Think this should be downloading on your computer right now
Anyone have Jamiroquai - Traveling Without Moving? I'm trying to get into them outside of Virtual Insanity and Canned Heat and bought the CD, but my CD reader is busted. Also, I looked in the archive, but all the links are dead.
Requesting you guys to just include years in your shares
It's sort of fallen out of commonplace in the past year on /mu/, but something we should sorta make an unsung rule. It makes it easier to sort through things in the archive. For instance, I get a lot of my 2016 releases just punching in "2016 mega" into the archive lel.
Anyways, if this thread is still up tomorrow, I'll share some things. night /mu/
Grouper - Ruins
>Ambient, psychedelic folk
my aoty for 2015 desu senpai
>it's surprising to me that nothing Amanda Palmer-related is EVER discussed on /mu/
Probably because Amanda Palmer is a shitlord to her musicians and Dresden Dolls is essentially Hot Topic: The Soundtrack
Requesting "Tomorrow in the green grass" by The Jayhawks. Pretty please!!
Stop posting "Dark Cabaret", you fucking dark 'n' edgy misunderstood 16-year-old.
The Tommy Evans Orchestra - The Green Seagull (2012)
>modern jazz, Submotion Orchestra's drummer Tommy Evans on front.
Las Buenas Noches - Un mal día (lo tiene cualquiera) (2011)
>god-tier spanish chamber pop, neofolk vibes ocassionally, mandolin-core.
Moondog - On the Streets of New York (1953)
>experimental rythmns, outsider jazz-exotica
Short EP (11 minutes), still pretty good.
Sample (the youtuber messed up the tracklist btw)= https://youtu.be/2sS8ZyiMBaw
Dream Theater - When Dream and Day Unite
>progressive metal, band's debut album, pretty forgettable
Dream Theater - Images and Words
>progressive metal, classic of the genre
Dream Theater - Awake
>progressive metal, band's second best album
Dream Theater - A Change of Seasons EP
>progressive metal, unusually long for an EP, but contains only one original song and the rest are covers
Dream Theater - Falling into Infinity
>progressive metal, widely considered their worst 90s album
Dream Theater - Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory
>progressive metal, band's most acclaimed album, overrated imo
Dream Theater - Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence
>progressive metal, easily the band's best 2000s album
Dream Theater - Train of Thought
>progressive metal, band gets really edgy here
Dream Theater - Octavarium
>progressive metal, pretty medicore album
Dream Theater - Systematic Chaos
>progressive metal, probably band's worst album
Dream Theater - Black Clouds & Silver Linings
>progressive metal, pretty meh apart from the last track
Dream Theater - A Dramatic Turn of Events
>progressive metal, you already know what to expect form this band
Dream Theater - s/t
>progressive metal, honestly surprisingly good album, their best since Six Degrees
The prophecy came true.
Djent man returned to us.
From wherever he returned from, he seems to have learned about the better progressive metals.
He's merely come to share his knowledge.
..And shit guys, it's not like anyone else is bothering to share anything while its mostly making requests for albums that aren't even fucking out yet.
Looking for Jefferson Airplane's "Crown of Creation"
Also, anyone got the link to the collection of polish music?
Moondog and the London Saxophonic - sax pax for a sax (1994)
>avant-garde big band jazz
Moondog - s/t (1956)
>avant- garde classical exotica essential
Moondog with Julie Andrews and Martyn Green - Songs of Sense and Nonsense - Tell It Again (1957)
>childish poems sung by Julie & Martyn + percussions by Moondog
>"Brand new star of Broadway, (Julie), long established star of Gilbert And Sullivan operas (Martyn) and a left field but well loved and respected New York composer (Moondog) make a rather odd children's record"
odd & cute
Swans - Discography
Miriam Burton - African Lament (1961)
>"Jungle" vocal exotica
>"No attempt at ethnic authenticity has been made, this is simply a presentation of musical pictures which relate to certain African facts and folklore. The orchestra is filled with African percussive instruments and, to capture the spirit and pain of the African caught in turmoil, Miriam Burton's soaring wordless vocals serve as a dramatic introduction to a truly great talent."
Basically an african version of Yma Sumac.
They were decent till recently and now everyone's got a bad taste in their mouth of them
Frank Chickens - We Are Frank Chickens (1984)
>Japanese art pop, synth pop, new wave
>An 80s Japanese pop duo that made kitschy and hilarious spoken-word songs with old movie samples and insane narratives that tied into various aspects of Japanese pop culture such as samurai movies, kaiju, and nonsense wordplay.
Not as bad as it sounds.
Alexandro Jodorowsky & Nacho Méndez - El Topo OST (1972)
>Psych western spaghetti soundtrack
The score isn't as crazy as the movie, but still enjoyable.
Pascal Comelade - Sentimientos (79-81)
His first works besides Fluence.
Does anyone have Tin Drum by Japan? I would really appreciate it because today is the last day I can download stuff before I go back to Uni where direct downloading is blocked.
Here is the only other Japan album I could find in the archive in V0
Japan - Gentlemen Take Polaroids
>New Wave, synthpop, David Sylvian
Zakir Hussain - Zakir Hussain and the Rhythm Experience 
>percussion-driven, tabla, drums, Hindustani classical, Indian classical, fusion, world music
A pretty accessible entry point into Ustad Zakir Hussain's discography. The Rhythm Experience is a percussion-driven world music ensemble founded in 1984, featuring such greats as Mickey Hart (drummer for the Grateful Dead and a long-time collaborator of ZH), Narada Michael Walden, ZH's brother Fazal Qureshi, and their father and guru Ustad Alla Rakha. Also included are ex-members from Diga Rhythm Band, an older world music project.
alright here goes
The Dead Milkmen - Big Lizard In My Backyard (1985)
>punk, comedy rock, garage punk
Adnan Sami Khan, Zakir Hussain - Live in Karachi 
>live recording of tabla maestro Ustad Zakir Hussain (tabla) and Adnan Sami Khan (piano) performing at the Pearl-Continental Hotel in Karachi
Adnan Sami is best known as a playback singer for Indian and Pakistan cinema, but he was trained as a concert pianist from the age of 5 and went on to study Indian classical music from Pandit Shivkumar Sharma, the santoor legend. In this concert, he's only 17. Ustad Zakir Hussain is, well, Ustad Zakir Hussain. No introduction needed.
Zakir Hussain - Masters of Percussion 
>percussion-driven, Hindustani classical, Carnatic classical, Indian classical, fusion
Collected live recordings of collaborations between percussionists from both the Hindustani classical and Carnatic classical traditions playing - among others - the tabla, mridangam, ghatam, kanjira and the pakhawaj. The ensemble is led by Ustad Zakir Hussain. Also featured are Narada Michael Walden (played with Mahavishnu Orchestra) on the drums and Giovanni Hidalgo on the congas. Ustad Sultan Khan appears on the last track playing the sarangi.
U. Srinivas - Double Mandolin 
>mandolin, Carnatic classical, Indian classical
U. Srinivas was a mandolin virtuoso and child prodigy known for introducing the mandolin - a Western instrument - to Carnatic classical music. In this release he double-tracks a mandolin.
Rahim AlHaj and Amjad Ali Khan - Ancient Sounds 
>instrumental, oud, sarod, fusion, Arabic, Indian
Rahim AlHaj is an Iranian oud player and the protegé of the renowned Munir Bashir. In this release he plays alongside sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan. Very melodious and beautiful music. At times it becomes a little difficult to tell which player is playing what.
Zakir Hussain - Selects 
>tabla, Hindustani classical, collected live performances
A single harmonium repeating the same short melody over six tracks, and Ustad Zakir Hussain going absolutely crazy on the tabla. The cheers from the crowd really complete the album.
Remember Shakti - Live At Montreux Jazz Festival 
>Hindustani classical, Carnatic classical, fusion, live
Remember Shakti is the name the members of the 70s Indian classical / fusion group Shakti used when they reunited in 1998.
Thanks man! I love what I've heard from Zakir.
Rise of The Northstar - Demo
>batdown hardcore, weeaboo metal
Rise of The Northstar - Demonstrating My Saiya Style EP (Japanese edition)
>bunch of French weeaboos playing beatdown hardcore about anime, fun as fuck
Rise of The Northstar - Welcame (Japanese edition)
>bunch of French weeaboos playing beatdown hardcore about anime, gimmicky, but fun as fuck
you uploaded quite a bit already, no need to worry
have you heard the tabla album by Akhtar Hussain, Talib Hussain & Sattar Tari? it's not well known but it has fantastic tabla playing on it.
Akhtar Hussain (اختر حسین), Talib Hussain (طالب حسین) & Sattar Tari(ستار طاهری) - Tabla
>Hindustani classical, addictive sitar melodies, amazing tabla playing
Brainbombs - Discography
>post hardcore, garage punk, noise punk
Badal Roy - One in the Pocket
>tabla, Hindustani classical, Indian classical
For One in the Pocket, Badal Roy's ingratiating tabla grooves are fleshed out by a variety of guests, with appearances by guitarist Amit Chatterjee, drummer Glen Velez, bamboo flautist Steve Gorn and percussionist Bob Haddad resulting in music characterized by a strong jazz flavor.
Amon duul, popol vuh, ash ra tempel, klaus schulze, boredoms and nisennenmondai should all be in the archive. Älgarnas trädgård might interest you too, I'll upload their discography shortly.
I'd love some indian music without gimmicks. Hussein and Shankar are known for their western-fusion albums, I just want some good traditional music. Preferably long artsy ragas.
Instrumentation doesn't matter.
I'll upping things right now so I'm not just reqqing.
Ramleh - Hole in the Heart
Sun City Girls - Carnival Folklore Resurrection 9/10: High Asia / Lo-Pacific
Nurse With Wound - Shipwreck Radio Volume One: Seven Sonic Structures from Utvaer
Por favor amigos
Viva Belgrado - Flores, Carne
Thanks! As a fairly amateurish mandolin player, this really spiked my interest. I never imagined to find something as unique, but here i am.
To even think some people here spit at sharethreads.
>mfw when I could undestand everything on the album
idk why this album felt so cleanly produced
Pantera - Metal Magic
>hilariously bad glam metal, evben the band denies this album exists
Pantera - Projects In The Jungle
>more shitty glam metal
Pantera - I Am The Night
>slightly less embarrassing glam metal
Pantera - Power Metal
>surprsiongly not power or glam metal, but decent heavy metal, Phil Anselmo joins the band on vocals
Pantera - Cowboys From Hell
>band suddenly goes groove metal, most fans and the band themselves consider this their debut
Pantera - Vulgar Display Of Power
>essential and extremely influential groove metal release whether you like it or not
>Älgarnas Trädgård - Framtiden Är Ett Svävande Skepp, Förankrat i Forntiden (1972)
Really good swedish spacy progressive rock with lots of raga influences. Instruments are all over the place from moog synths to medieval instruments.
>Älgarnas Trädgård - Delayed (1974)
Generally heavier than the above album. Space rock with strong raga influences
Pantera - Far Beyond Driven
>more groove metal, personal favorite
A little something for you weebs
>Gacharic Spin - Music Battler (2015)
Pantera - The Great Southern Trendkill
>groove metal, more of the same
Pantera - Official Live 101 Proof
>groove metal, very good live album
Pantera - Reinventing The Steel
>groove metal, band's final album, pretty meh
Pantera - Reinventing Hell (The Best Of Pantera)
>groove metal, best of compilation, you know what to expect
Q and Not U discography.
They're a criminally underrated Post-Hardcore band that I think everyone should hear if they haven't already. I just listened to all 3 albums back to back and I can't believe my 16-year-old self overlooked these guys
Q and Not U - No Kill No Beep Beep (2000)
>Post-Harcore, Experimental, their best album
Q and Not U - Different Damage (2002)
>Post-Hardcore, also a great album
Q and Not U - Power (2004)
>Post-Hardcore, Post-Punk, Dance Punk, my least favorite but hey, still good
Download their whole discography here: https://mega.nz/#!9UthjIrI!7OKmtLlBUA2hRjcCI9V-gZQe4Y0QYLwpEUJlnWgAR2g
zippy mediafire mega
Shiki (TMNS) - #SisConDaFuture
>Hip-Hop/Rap, Loli Hype
Oh by the way, >>61787509
Whenever you wanna go to post an excessive amount of shares in a row, it will really help if you shorten it to one post like >>61794339
Please do that next time, thank you.
Pantera - Cowboys From Hell
>band suddenly goes groove metal, most fans and the band themselves consider this their debut
I have some classic folk and indie folk
El Meister - Bestiario
And i have some good ol' Celtas Cortos, they're more Celtic
I'm not really.
I'm just saying to tone it down a bit because its a waste to reach the image limit whenever you have several of the same band being thrown out.
Also whenever people go out to look for it in the archive it'll usually be all there.
Teddy Wilson - 1937 (Chronological Classics)
BirdeatsBaby - Bullet Within (2014)
>Orchestral Rock, Alternative
Will suck dick for their Bigger Teeth album, and Shayfer James' Counterfeit Arcade
Shame, here, have some Celtas Cortos
Celtas Cortos - El Alquimista Loco
>Folk, Celtic music
Du you want more?
Bumping with classic noise
Merzbow - 1930
Also requesting Senzuri Champion by The Gerogerigegege
All links in the archive are either dead or 128kbs
posted this a bit ago, wanted to make sure you saw it
Dead Milkmen: Now We Are Ten
>punk, satire, juvenile humor
>early college radio broadcasts of classic material
>originally released through the fanclub "Newzletter" for their tenth anniversary
/r/ing lolita storm - girls fucking shit up
DJ Red Alert & Mike Slammer - Slammin' Vinyl (1995)
>Breakbeat Hardcore, oldschool rave shit tunes
Le Tigre - Le Tigre (1999)
>"indie," riot grrrl, electroclash
Aesop Rock - Labor Days 
>alternative rap with world samples
sample - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_iujjGCoF4g
link - https://mega.nz/#!8lAgjaqK!aQF-_EY77dL4Seh5g5NICEF6_wrdlqIKVwWpPPbSSCI
Charles Mingus - The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady (1963)
The Gerogerigegege - Live Greatest Hits (1991)
>"experimental", japanese man jacking off onstage for a total of 53 minutes and 36 seconds-core, actually really funny
Could anyone upload Ben Frost's AURORA please? I've checked the archive and I couldn't find a working link.
I offer this:
Cokiyu - Mirror Flake [V0]
>Japanese, Ambient Electronic, Pop, sounds a lot like Mum's best stuff
Simon Bookish - Everything/Everything (2008)
>Indie rock, big band
Sample 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_MfEaU24tI
Sample 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=co-tXEveF6I
Kind of self-indulgent now that I'm listening to it again for the first time in like 5 years but it's still good fun. Also the closing track gets me every time and I don't even know why.
Hello there, newfriend!
Please use the archive before making the a request, as it wastes valuable threadspace.
1. Go to the archive (https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/mu/)
2. Search the album name plus the word "mega" (without quotes)
3. Find your album.
I have taken the liberty of doing it for you already! Please do not come back unless you can't find something in the archive:
El Guincho - Alegranza (2008)
>Psychedelic pop, Sample-based, An album to listen to at the beach, If Animal Collective went on a tropical vacation and could only use tropical samples this is probably what they would make https://mega.nz/#F!uVpS1Sya!YSSwO8MlT6TidDtWyqkcqw
If anyone's got any Amen Dunes that isn't Love then I would appreciate that.
Gesu No Kiwami Otome - Ryouseibai (2016)
>alt rock, j-pop
Tokyo Shoegazer - Crystallize (2011)
Mega (320): https://mega.nz/#!35JBgAKS!Ek7QZN8eWt_QyFy2Zkta-6GMdxED__mEXrODLNPqb7U
Scatman John Discography
>Jazz, Pop, Eurodance
(1986) John Larkin (FLAC)
>Excellent Jazz album
(1991) Scat Paradise (FLAC)
>Scatman is born
(1995) Scatman's World (FLAC)
>Perhaps the most optimistic pop album of all time. Scatman's international success comes with "Scatman's world" single
(1996) Everybody Jam! (FLAC)
(1999) Take Your Time (FLAC)
>The album Scatman John recorded while dying of cancer
(2001) Listen to the Scatman (VBR)
>Compilation of Scatman's older jazz tracks
(2002) The Best of Scatman John (VBR)
>Pop Compilation album
>Even while suffering, Larkin remained positive, saying “Whatever God wants is fine by me ... I’ve had the very best life. I have tasted beauty.”
Advaita - Grounded in Space 
>Hindustani classical, Carnatic classical, rock, fusion, Indian classical, dual vocals, sarangi, tabla
Advaita (अद्वैत) are a fusion rock band from Delhi that have played in MTV Coke Studio. Their music is heavily inspired by Indian classical music. Grounded in Space is their debut, and it's one of my all-time favourite albums because it's so beautifully composed and performed.
Scanman may seem like a meme, but as anyone actually listened to the lyrics?
He used to have a stuter so terrible he couldn't even finish an entire sentence. He started to to scat so he could express himself and use his stutter to his advantage. Thus these lyrics:
Everybody stutters one way or the other
So check out my message to you
As a matter of fact, I don't let nothin' hold you back
If the Scatman can do it, so can you
Everybody's sayin' that the Scatman stutters
But doesn't ever stutter when he sings
But what you don't know I'm gonna tell you right now
That the stutter and the scat is the same thing to you
>I'm the Scatman
>Everybody's talkin' something very shockin'
>Just to keep on blockin' what they're feeling inside
please listen to him anon
The Scatman wrote some excellent jazz albums. Yes Scatman's World became a meme on Youtube for a while, and much of his later work is Poppy Eurobeat, but that dosen't negate the more refined stuff.
Ridgeway - Untitled (2016)
Could someone share some grindcore for me? I'm already into Wormrot, ACxDC, Full Of Hell, Nasum, Discordance Axis and Napalm Death.
Hungry Ghosts - Hungry Ghosts
>instrumental post-rock with gypsy cabaret influences, similar to Dirty Three, but with more focus on guitar
Savages - Adore Life 
>tropical modern psych
Amen Dunes - Ethio Covers [EP] (2010)
Psych covers of 3 old ethio-jazz tunes : pretty trippy.
Yup. Such is life in abc city. But they're all still kicking it and making music, just not together as a band.
I can guarantee you that'll make a comeback in the near future though.