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.
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>Ohashi Trio - Fake Book III
Really comfy jazzy pop. I love this album to death.
Requesting any full albums (especially piece) by Lena Park in 320.
Nothing on soulseek.
Miles Davis - The Complete Bitches Brew Sessions
Seems like this thread needs another shove. Here's another great Jpop album
>Cioccolata - S/T
Funky experimental pop, shamelessly ripped off the archive
>>The Savage Young Taterbug - Theme for Gasoline Weirdo
>lo-fi psych pop
weird psych pop from Iowa City. sounds like gospel music mixed with oldies pop thrown into a lo-fi blender. music for couch surfing and hitch hiking.
> singing and instrucments
couldn't find a download link sorry
High Wolf - Ascension (2010)
High Wolf - Growing Wild (2015) [320 & FLAC]
>Neo-Psychedelic / Tribal Ambient
>Link to previous thread for those who want to see the previous shares.
Basement* - Colourmeinkindness (2012)
>emo, post hardcore, pop punk
The Wolfgang Press - The Burden Of Mules (1983)
>post punk, post industrial
>james ferraro, aztec temple-core, tropical ambient
yes Nirvana, no not THAT Nirvana. this is a side project of James Ferraro that encapsulates the feeling of being on a lost tropical island. warm and vibrant synths with padded percussion.
"The music on this tape is the same as the temple glyph and should be considered as would the impressions and friezes on a temple wall. As the archaeologist considers them as an impression personified or not but in both cases captured abstractly of the universe beyond the brain. As an audible statue of the universe personified not as a human form but in the alien shapes of human consciousness."
"The music on this tape is after the greenwave ritual of blind evolution led by the sympathetic nervous system around the shrine into shrine into shrine..."
Malanyang Nirvana Safari
Body Of Consciousness / Uguiya To Jeep By Iguana Greenwave
get lost in a desert temple to this
Nadja - Tabernanthe (2015)
>drone doom metal, noise
I ain't forgot about you, dog.
last thread 404d right before I finished upping this
Scaramanga: Seven Eyes, Seven Horns
>90s NYC hiphop
>Rawkus Soundbombing II era
>possibly the most slept-on release of the entire 90s
Nirvana - All of Us (1968)
>essential British psych pop
Heavily influenced by The Beatles circa 1967.
I actually do have some rare kpop I could rip if I thought literally anyone would appreciate it
take this instead
various artists - t(h)ree vol. 3: from portugal to south korea and japan (2015? I think) (v0)
>experimental, electronic, rock, and folk artists from the three countries play a sort of relay race, with each artist picking up right where the last left off
t(h)ree is a non-profit music project that brings together artists from Portugal and asia to create some really cool stuff, and according to their bio, all proceeds go to charity and social care institutions
the third volume, featuring artists from korea and japan as well as portugal, is the only one I bought so far but it's a great listen
previous volumes included artists from hong kong, macau, the philippines, and singapore
here's the promo video that got me interested, although the bulk of the album is much less "out-there" and actually super varied
fans of korean dream popper yukari will be glad to see her here as well, I heard she's popular with the kids
full list of artists:
if anyone has decent rips of the other two volumes or even just information or more stuff from any of the artists involved feel free to share
KFC Murder Chicks - Golden Age Of Gross Mystery
>Sample-based noise rock with extra-crispy production
maybe if this EP gets spammed enough they'll reform and start making more shit
> Nirvana - Body of Consciousness/Uguiya to Jeep by Iguana Greenwave (New Age Cassettes, 2007)
>Nirvana - Malanyang Nirvana Safari (Pacific City, 2007)
requesting: any/everything by people like tracey trance, taterbug, etc.
DJ Rozwell - Slush Country EP
>Hip-hop that kinda swirls between drone, noise, and UK grime. Doesn't have the voice samples he's known for so it feels extremely spacey and minimalist.
No sample on Youtube
While I do highly enjoy James Ferraro, his discography is really vast. I've listened to a good number of his more prevalent releases, like Marble Surf and iAsia. But are there any other pre-Night Dolls albums that are worth listening to?
If anyone is interested, I found a mega that has a ton of Ferraro releases. I'm not sure if this is everything that he made while solo, because it feels like the list should be a lot longer, considering how many different aliases he's released under.
Megadeth - Dystopia (2016)
'share'-thread, it's in the name
Asbestosdeath - Dejection/Unclean (1990, 2007 reissue)
>sludge, doom metal, stoner
y'all, what are these parenthetical numbers after the name on some of the posts?
I've never seen them mentioned on /mu/ and couldn't find them in the archive, so here's
Goldenboy - Underneath the Radio
>Comfy melancholic british pop/folk. Friends of (& monickered by) Elliott Smith. Might remind you of him here & there and he did some guest vocals.
anon, thanks so much. listening now, so sick.
my guess is your hypothetical plugin (I think 4chanx has this feature automatically) is keeping track of new posters in threads and telling you when a post is made by a new anon, using the individual posters count at the bottom. I've had people call me out on shit by using it before, lol
disc 2 is my favorite
yeah, I've always been running 4chanX but never noticed that before, and haven't noticed mention of them in the update log.
a /news/ thread that I'm in right now doesn't have any at all. weird.
still looking, so im reposting from last thread
Vondelpark - Seabed
>british chill r&b
requesting any Seiko Oomori apart from 魔法が使えないなら死にたい and Sennou, all the archive links are dead apart from those
there is an IP count on my header/footer, but e.g. none of the first 20 or so posts ITT have the number by the name, and the one I posted is the first and that number is 10.
oh, I get it now. that post is when I joined the thread, and then new posters get them sequentially from there. the first 20 or so posts were by 9 individuals, presumably, but the counter didn't start until my post; that was what confused me.
Baba Yaga - Collage (1974)
> baba yaga blag blag
> tringle bingle wuwuwuwuwu
> genre: midnight melody string-core
seiko oomori - live at fujimigaoka church
seiko oomori - PINK
seiko oomori - 絶対少女
seiko oomori - 黒歴史再録
can't confirm quality on any of it, I didn't rip any of it, I'm not even sure where it came from
take what you can get I guess
V/A - Goodbye, Babylon
>six hours of gospel, folk, & americana (FLAC)
yo i'm the guy from the last thread, thank you so much. this has been like the fuckin holy grail for me.
hah, I know it's you because I checked the archive for 7E,7H before I started my upload and I saw your request with the same pic and share for Goodbye Babylon B^]
I got an mp3 copy of GB from this board back when it was a relatively new release. if that was you, thanks.
OK, now I'm confused, but whateves; I'm happy to get it out there again for everyone.
I found both of them on soulseek within a few seconds, I can gladly upload both of them, but it'll definitely take longer than you just downloading soulseek yourself and getting both of the albums within a few minutes.
Kpop is bullshit.
Have the new Megadeth album 2 days before release.
Captain Beefheart - Safe As Milk (1967)
>blues psych rock
the only good album of the mustachioed captain.
hey, what do you know! a working link in the archive, just like it said in the OP!
Muddy Waters - Electric Mud (1968)
>chicago blues, electric blues
Nirvana - The Story of Simon Simopath (1967)
>Essential British psych pop
One of the first concept album.
/r/ E+E (aka Elysia Crampton) - The Light That You Gave Me To See You
A week to go yet brah
Taj Mahal - Taj Mahal (1968)
>blues, electric blues
Peach - Giving Birth to a Stone
>industrial metal, prog rock, hard rock, sounds kind of like tool but it's good, has a cover of Catfood by King Crimson on it
Requesting Dani Shivers - Jinx
i started coming back to these threads after several years away just back in late december, and this album hasn't been posted in that time.
but by all means, stay mad about something completely inconsequential to the enjoyment of this thread, either by you or anyone.
Casual Dolphins - Lazy Circles
>rock, pop, shoegaze
pretty much every bright eyes album is dead on the archive, so requesting some of those please