No djent or swedespam allowed.
Would - Be - Goods : The Camera Loves Me
Anything by 'Allo Darlin or any other similar albums also appreciated.
>epic/symphonic black metal
>Bal Sagoth - Starfire Burning upon the Ice-Veiled Throne of Ultima Thule
>Bal-Sagoth - A Black Moon Broods over Lemuria
>Bal-Sagoth - Battle Magic
>Bal-Sagoth - Atlantis Ascendant
>Bal-Sagoth - The Chthonic Chronicles
Didn't post The Power Cosmic cause it's already in the archive
Lars Mörlid & Peter Sandwall - En ny tid
>happy-clappy 80s christpop, some decent djent for its genre
Per Grundén - Som varje liten pärla
>nicely orchestrated old school djent, can you believe he actually did an album with a title?
Country Road - On the Road Again
>bland commercial djent written and performed by swedes, in English, totally mass produced and pointless
Mats Jerrolf - Skånska Lasses visor
>shit tier swedish djent, just skip this one please
Svensktoppar (MFP 4E 046-35315)
>typical 70s djent collection, but unusually long, so you'll get more for your money
Svend Asmussen Sextet - s/t
>pretty bland straight ahead djent, some gimmicky use of overdubbing but never really gets off the ground
Various - Gospel-Sångare
>classic swedish djent, all the essentials are gathered here
Ny-David & Maria - Himlatåget
>modern christian djent, a bit less pointless than his other later albums but still dull
Danne Attlerud - Annorlunda
>swedish folk-rock with whiny, heavy handed djent lyrics
Various - Canteras Beach
>typical 70s spanish djent compilation, nothing outstanding
Kören ad libitum - Feel the Spirit
>Anglophone choral djent, all well known tunes, pretty well performed but pointless
Various - Ungdomen kommer
>great compilation of crappy amateur djent, some tracks are kinda funny at least
John Harryson - John Harrysons familjealbum
>strange 2-disc combination - the first disc is some decent old school djent, the second is just two long H.C.Andersen story readings.
Misse o Moje - s/t
>djenty children's songs, pretty shoddy with little musical or comic value, the second album is much better
Orquesta Salsation - Recuerdo a Varadero
>dull Cuban-style djent, nothing noteworthy at all
Ingvar Lindblom & Erik Saedén - Dansen är din
>simple, generic gammeldans / accordion tunes
André Silvano - Film-Parade
>orchestral djent, some pretty creative re-arrangements
Yngve Forssélls Orkester - Med dej i mina armar
>average djent flirting with a unusually wide variety of genres, nothing memorable though
Various - Swedish Surplus
>the penultimate collection of Swedish djent
Hilding Höglins Kapell - s/t
>djent with elements of general accordion music, some pretty advanced compositions for its genre
Lill-Bengths - Varm korv Boogie
>old school djent with unusual jazz elements, surprisingly listenable
Various - English Eruption
>bunch of english-language djent…. well at least some of them ATTEMPT to be.
Various - Låtar som slog vol.4
>typical mediocre 70s djent album, the most random collection of songs imaginable
Various - Möte med Visans Vänner i Göteborg
>dull, generic guitar-and-voice djent, obviously recorded on a whim with lots of different artists who happened to be there
Carli Tornehave - Gotländsk sommarnatt
>early 60s schlager djent, really nice if you're into the genre
These conspiracies just keep on amusing me.
Kjell Aronsson - Snickarglädje
>dull Swedish djent, obscure for good reason
Team Wallin - Det bästa som kan hända dej
>typical transitional djent, nothing special here
Bosse Lundkvist - Än är inte drömmen sann
>dull Swedish djent with attempts at political lyrics
Roger Johnson - Små ord om kärlek
>vibraphone-heavy djent-pop, nice but bland vocals and mostly really weak tunes
Arne Domnerus - Håll dig igång
>mediocre exercise djent, nowhere near the best of the genre
The Absalon Orchestra - Stardust
>mediocre, soulless trad djent
Margit Borgström - Önskesången
>well produced but unremarkable djent with the pentecostal all-stars
Fonográf - Millionsäljarna, Miljoonamyyjät
>anglophone Hungarian pop-rock with djent and disco elements
Alpha - s/t
>decent but typical classic djent, with some strange use of sound effects
Liphonia - s/t
>swedish folk / djent SUPERGROUP, a real star gathering like you'll never hear anywhere else!
Åtvids Ungdomskör sjunger (1978)
>Christian a cappella djent, some pretty interesting pieces
Mullsjökvartetten - s/t
>classic close harmony djent, nothing radical but a really nice example of its genre
Kristianstads Storband & Gert-Åke Wallden - Alfie
>tolerable big band djent with some weird arrangements, mostly pointless though
Various - Multinational Mongrels
>miscellaneous djent in various languages, if it doesn't fit elsewhere it goes here
Lapp-Lisa - s/t
>traditional Sami djent
jazzthreadguy, you really crack me up.
Roligt på riktigt.
People should be more appreciative of your work. This is obscure stuff, in the truest sense of the word. I've downloaded som of your random compilations. I really like the found sound vibe I get from some of these. Do you have any more home/field recordings? Because that's what interest me the most, being a fly on the wall, listening in on these strangers conversations.
Sven Björk - Närmare Gud till dig
>operatic old school djent, some really classy arrangements and pretty much the best the genre has to offer
Jan Sällström & Anna Halling - Giv din blomma
>super rare Swedish djent, a bit derivative melodies and stiff delivery but unusually sophisticated lyrics
Stig Sandberg - Räck mig din hand
>christian pop / djent with lavish production but weak, unsteady vocals, sometimes so-bad-it's-good, mostly just boring.
Pröjsar'n - s/t
>typical accordion djent, nothing special here at all
Happy Nite Quartet - s/t
>shit tier barbershop.... oh wait, that's a tautology
Göran Fristorp - Sjunger Nils Ferlin
>superb, funky folk-djent, get this one without thinking
Rolf Björling - At Minneapolis
>voice-and-piano djent / art songs, pretty lousy recording quality and nothing essential
Dániel Benkö & Bakfark Consort - Italian Renaissance Music
>just what you'd expect
Ingmar Johansson - Önskar jag kunde fängsla ditt öra
>rare Al Jarreau-esque jazz-pop, really djenty stuff with good production
Various - Swedish Separation
>great collection of essential swedish djent
Das norddeutsche Marschorchester und Soldatenchor - Deutsche Märsche und Marschlieder
>good old (pre-1945) German djent with some vocals, unfortunately no lyrics included
Various - Cassette Curiosities
>more of the same, mostly old people talking plus some attempts at djent.
Eemeli Toivonen - Eemeli Pinnalla
>Amazing experimental / avant garde / comedy djent. Guy was a total genius, almost like a Finnish Frank Zappa combined with Captain Beefheart, but he's almost completely forgotten today.
Kerstin Aulen & Lennart Grahn - Kattresan
>well known Swedish children's djent
Curt Görans - Egna go'bitar
>vintage Italian-Swedish djent, not that good but a cult classic to many it seems
Balls de Mallorca - En sus Bailes y sus Canciones
>Mallorcan djent, you'll be trippin balls
Various - The Russian Balalaika
>god tier virtuoso balalaika soloists and djent, none of that cheezy amateur crap here
Various - Suosituimmat lastenlaulut
>Finnish children's djent, a load of different artists (and probably taken from totally different sources) but pretty lousy and for fanatics only.
Various - Kivat Satulaulut 2
>Finnish Djent extravaganza
Kari Rydman - Niin kaunis on maa
>finnish djent psych, really interesting sound and should be /mu/ core, it's a potato
Ann Kristin Hedmark - Nära och långt borta
>awesome swedish folk-djent
That's all for this time, reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org or browse my public folders for even more!
Savages - Adore Life 
Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene
>Electronic Pioneer, Ambient. 1976
John Martyn - Solid Air
>Folk Jazz, Folk Rock. 1973.
Some Nerve - Vultures
>punk closer to the edge of hardcore. Band says they are heavily influenced by Tragedy (crust band)
Their second release, bretty good
You fucked it up.
Where's the copypasta and link to the old thread?
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.
Surely share threads are just about finding good music. And if an individual only wants newer stuff, can't they just look up when the album came out? It doesn't seem important enough to make a rule out of.
No, like whenever people share things, adding the year helps someone seeking one year's releases by going into the archive and typing "(Year) mega|zippy|mediafire"
It's pretty commonplace and it makes it easier to sort through things in the archive
>feel free to request
This is why sharethreads are dead
Bucketheadland - Pikes 222: Out Of The Attic (2016)
instead of fullfilling someones request, album someone wants to hear, you would rather share something theres little chance anybody will listen to
Swans - The Gate (2015)
>it's swans, noise rock, experimental, drone
Amorphous Androgynous - A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Vol 1: Cosmic Space Music
>DJ mix/compilation of psychedelic funk, soul, blues, folk, and jazz, with plenty of extra spicy additional production and mixing. Many obscure or vinyl sourced tracks, but plenty of well known tracks too.
There are two other volumes that I can share if people are interested
That's kind of the point of sharethreads. You discover music you didn't know existed while simultaneously building a searchable archive of uncommon music. As soon as people start requesting, you get a bunch of newfags asking for moo core easily found on slsk and it just clogs up the thread.
Also general reminder that all posts should have a share, even if you have something else to say.
thats pretty fucking stupid
Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (1998)
>Psych-folk, indie folk, indie rock
I think you would get the point
Kanye West - My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
The Gerogerigegege - Live Greatest Hits (1991)
>experimental, performance art
Zendik Farm Orgaztra - Dance Of the Cozmic Warriorz (1996)
>trippy psych jams made by a Zendik Texan guru
Battle Trance - Palace of Wind (2014)
>experimental jazz, free jazz
Experimental jazz is honestly a pretty poor description as it's 4 saxophones playing vaguely interrelated parts in a way that's reminiscent of some of Charles Ives' experiments. Highly recommended for fans of Noah Howard or Dickie Landry's Fifteen Saxophones
The Fuckin' Flyin' A-heads - Swiss Cheese Back / Watching T.V. (1980)
>psychedelic rock, noise rock, Hawaiian punk
Only recording of the band from a live show
Zbigniew Karkowski + Tetsuo Furudate - World as Will (1998)
>free improv, industrial, noise
DL (192 kps):
Gregorio Paniagua – La Folia (1982)
>modern deconstruction of renaissance dance music using unconventional instruments and non-instruments
Bucketheadland - Pike 221: Cove Cloud (2016)
>instrumental rock, shread
No Bird Sing - No Bird Sing (self-titled album)
Seaworthy and Taylor Deupree - Wood, Winter, Hollow (2013)
>Ambient, Field Recordings, Comfy
The Cosmic Dead - Psychonaut (2011)
>Psychedelic Rock, 10 jams compiled and released by the band, can be quite heavy and krautrock-ish at times
If anyone has a working link for He Has Left Us Alone but Shafts of Light Sometimes Grace the Corner of Our Rooms and would be able to share it would be great.
Charles Mingus - Pithecanthropus Erectus (1956)
The Flowers of St. Francis discography
>Tim Macuga of HANL doing some ambient/ noise. Missing the newly released third tape.
Singer-songwriter from Brazil. Has a pretty vast but rare discography and varies a lot from record to record.
Planeta Lamma (1974)
>batshit crazy folk
Commando Planeta Lamma
>2 records released on one vinyl, he recorded this with a session band which had him do his vocals over the jams
Reverend Bizarre - Harbinger Of Metal (2003)
>Doom Metal, Traditional, Finnish Doom, Dramatic Voacls, highly recommended
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.
Anyone got Discs 2 and 3 of pic related? Archive links are dead
Here's The Beach Boys Love You
>Cock Rock, Cock, Cock rock, and cock Rock
Get it Going/Mmm Mama! (2010)
777 Vol II (2010)
Dominate EP (2010)
777 Vol III (2011)
Red Wine (2013)
YouTube Bootlegs (2013)
One Good Goose (2014)
The Undiscovered Classics (2016)
Brand New - Leaked Demos
>It's Brand New's remastered demos with different names
Grouper - Dragging a Dead Deer up a Hill [320k]
>Ambient, Psychedelic Folk, Drone, Feels-core
Charles Mingus - Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus (1963)
>jazz, post bebop
Renegade Soundwave - Soundclash
Sons Of Otis - Songs Of Worship (2001)
>Stoner Doom, Psychedelic, really chill
Is there a more irrelevant band on the face of the earth than fucking Machine Head? I think the only people who care about them these days are the A7X fanboys who are all asshurt at the frontman because he insulted Hail to the King.
Knudret Kommerdod - Hva Grunn Må Jeg Leve (2015)
>Depressive Black Metal, Blackened Funeral Doom
Neutral Milk Hotel - Ferris Wheel On Fire (2011)
>lo fi, /mu/core band, alt rock, indie
Daughters - Daughters (s/t) (2010)
>Noise Rock, Experimental, art punk
Steven Wilson - 4 1/2
>progressive rock, various outtakes by one of the biggest modern prog musicians, includes live version of a a Porcupine Tree song
Sample: None available
Metallica - Discography
>thrash metal, heavy metal
this is stolen but this discography is too detailed to be posted on 4 chan.
Thanks! I just recently lost most of my music and haven't had the time to dl all the metallica stuff.
/r/ing Seaven Teares - Power Ballads
The link in the archive is only 3 songs and one file is broken
Cabbage Part 1
>post-punk, synth-pop, industrial, punk, psych, experimental, 80s european underground tape scene
Annihilist - Vol. 1 (2015)
>technical death metal
Royal Trux - Sweet Sixteen
>Alt rock, 90s indie, jam rock, possibly the most disgusting album cover in all of history, I don't like this, in fact I think it's pretty bad for this sort of music, but I guess other people do, it can't possibly only be posted here all the time because of the gross album cover, right?
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.
>delete posts that share music
>leave posts that are literally and unirionically breaking the law
that's fucking illegal
1) that'd be illegal
2) it's 2015 and just about all of that can be found without spoonfeeding
3) slow internet speeds means a waste of time uploading things to mega that are just going to sit there unused
/r/ing this split of Eleh and Tara Jane O'Neil on Important Records
i don't think anyone here have it though, but it doesn't hurt to try
Pedestrian - Healthy Ways to Die (2015)
>post-rock, alternative rock
this album in the archives is all fucked up, track names are out of order, so here's the fixed verison. Also, one of my favorite mm albums
Modest Mouse - Sad Sappy Sucker
>lo-fi indie, alt rock
you might like this (copied from the archives)
Petal Head - Raspberry Cough
>heavy shoegaze rock
>the original tag on bandcamp said "progressive shoegaze"
Hey its me who is looking for Belfegore's Self Titled
I found Belfegore's 1st release A Dog Is Born in 320 on a blog spot.
for your perusal, 300 different recordings of House of The Rising Sun.
I didn't gather this, so I take no responsibility of the quality of the files, don't shoot the messenger.
This is all I have going for my life, so...
Also, will return any feedback.
Bloodiest - Bloodiest (2016)
I don't have a share for it, but I'd recommend this album.
Mark Fry - I Lived In Trees (2011)
>Follow up to his cult album, Dreaming With Alice, from the 1970s.
>Very slow-tempod and less psychedelic, but still terribly dreamy. I think it's lovely.
>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.
fucking read you autist
Exuma - Exuma
>World Music/Freak Folk. This album is a must for everyone. Nothing I say will do it justice. One of the most unique listening experiences you'll ever have.
Hey FUCK YOU man, only I'm allowed to post Cool Shirts Guy
Tears for Fears - Everybody Loves Happy Ending (2004)
>Beatles-esque essential dad-pop
If you like XTC or Paul McCartney.
Tortuganonima - s/t
>post rock, math rock, chilean
Verbal Abuse - Just an American Band
>old school hardcore punk, crossover influences later
PALM - My Darkest Friends
>hardcore, convergecore, japanese
Nasty Taste - Pиcyя cвoй миp...
>chaotic hardcore, mathcore, russian, female fronted
Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uipt4xvoylQ (not from the album, couldn't find any on youtbe
Jason Becker - Perspective
>Neoclassical metal, instrumental rock, baroque music, world music, blues, blues rock, avant-garde metal, the first album in history released by a person affected by amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Against All My Fears - XXVII
>hardcore, straight edge, chilean
Deru - 1979
Fourteen Nights At Sea - Great North
>post rock, post metal, ambient, noise, instrumental
So Hideous - Laurestine
>post black metal, blackgaze, orchestral post rock
Zorbas Crisol - Criollo EP
>jazz fusion, progressive rock, metal, exprimental, avant garde, chilean
Google "deer twilight radiation blogspot" and the first result has a link
Edikanfo - The Pace Setters (1981)
>Ghanaian afrofunk/disco... produced by Brian Eno (!)
and check Curtis Mayfield in the archive
It's on youtube, but I'd like better quality and to not have to go to youtube when I want to listen to it.
A mega link would be appreciated.
Threads almost dead so hopefully people don't get too upset about me making a request.
Took longer than I expected but here you go:
Eno - Another Green World (flac, 1975, 2006 reissue)
Unlucky Morpheus - Rebirth Revisited (2015)
Modest Mouse-Sad Sappy Sucker Chokin On A Mouthful Of Lost Thoughts
>Rare Modest Mouse, Indie, lo-fi, folk
>80 mins long, very few of this album was realsed on Sad Sappy Sucker
Sample:[YouTube] Modest Mouse - Sad Sappy Sucker Chokin On A Mouthful Of Lost Thoughts - Side A (embed)
Horrific Child - L'étrange Mr. Whinster (1976)
>Odd scary French prog with innovative and eclectic sampling. Instrumental with lyrics from Lautréamont.
The music equals the weirdness of the cover-art.
... does anyone has E+E - The Light That You Gave Me To See You from Elysia Crampton?
keep it coming homie that's a prime right there and no butts got the worth any rond here , say more right?
Igor Wakhevitch - Docteur Faust (1971)
>French 1970's horror-prog
+ cover-art by Philippe Druillet yayy
Miles Davis - Bitches Brew (legacy edition 2cd, 320kbps) (1970)
>jazz, fusion, GOAT