Voyager Golden Record - Various Artists
>Field Recordings, Spoken Word, Educational, Western Classical, Compilation
This download includes all of the material, including the spoken words, field recordings, compilation of songs, and pictures that were on the Voyager as well.
>If you take an album or so, post one not available in the archive
>Requests are welcome, but PLEASE check the archive first. First go here: https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/mu/ and enter "(album name) mega" If the album doesn't exist, or the mega links are dead, you may request it.
>Upload should include album art as the image, a sample from YouTube (if available), and DECRYPTION KEY
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>Sharethread 2016 #9 - Kpop edition
>Sharethread 2016 #10 -
Organ - Apoplexy In Six Parts (2004)
>experimental black metal
Most of these were garbage
Read the sticky.
Anyone got this? Saw it in the Bowie chart and couldn't find it in the archive.
Sword Entrance - Heaven (2007)
>noise rock, borderline power electronics
The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie – Music from the Movie and More
>features Ween, Wilco, The Flaming Lips
Hanging Coffins - Hanging Coffins (2009)
>post punk, noise rock, death rock, goth, etc
You'll love this then (one of my top 5 favorites)
Fishtank Ensemble - Samurai over Serbia
>klezmer, folk, country, experimental
just a copy from the archive but I saw that it's been requested in a few threads in the past two months
Yasuaki Shimizu - Kakashi (1982) 
>art pop, ambient pop, dub, jazz fusion
>Yasuaki Shimizu is an acclaimed Japanese saxophonist and composer perhaps best known for his 'Music for Commercials' album, this record consists of slow moving minimal dub-influenced sax pop, really pleasant
YOB - Discography
>stoner, doom metal, sludge
or can be found on my zippyshare account page:
I liked it, though it may sound more rock oriented, like A Place to Bury Strangers.
Sword Entrance on the other hand leans to industrial hence its similarity to the others mentioned
But yeah, it's also very good
>151 smug images
>there are 150 images
>two images are the same
>two "smug anime girl 109"
just for you bb
Tortoise - The Catastrophist (2016)
>electronic, experimental, post-rock
Henry Cowell - Piano Music (early-mid 20th century)
>modernist piano music
V8 - Un Paso Mas En La Batalla (1985)
>Cornerstone of argentine heavy metal
Requesting The Lively Ones - Surf Rider!
The Lively Ones - Surf Rider!/Surf Drums (1963, re-released in 1990 as a 2CD anthology of sorts)
Vox Dei - La Biblia (1971)
> Progressive Rock, one of the first great Argentine rock albums
>aliens can hear that song
>but it's blocked in Canada because copyright
Ween - The Mollusk (1997)
It's really good, and Ween are one of my top 4 artists, but the 90's had some really incredible albums. The Mollusk might sneak into the top 5.
Sharing Al Di Meola's first five studio albums aka his better ones.
1976 flac - land of the midnight sun
>great tracks here but they aren't as uniform as they would be in Elegant Gypsy or Casino.
Anybody have Paralyzed by Witch? It's not in the archive and I haven't been able to find it in other places. I've been dying to listen to it for a while.
1977 flac - elegant gypsy (al Di Meola)
>latin jazz fusion/jazz-rock, wankjazz
His best selling record and probably the catchiest. Two tracks with flamenco guitar, Mediterranean Sundance (with Paco de Lucia, RIP) and Lady of Rome, Sister of Brazil. HIGHLY RECCING
Apия - Игpa c oгнём (1989)
>Heavy metal, the "Russian Iron Maiden"
1978 flac - Casino (Al Di Meola)
>IMO just as good as elegant gypsy, if not even better. the tracks here will not disappoint. This is probably the height of his Latin wank fusion career.
>Latin jazz, jazz fusion, jazz- rock, djent, Swedish folk jazz
le sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjOOZdZ57ls
Does anyone have The Mae Shi (Ezra Era) discography as a torrent, or download?
It's been requested many times in the archive, but no one ever managed to get ahold of it.
It's a really good band so if I get ahold of it I'll be making a public torrent.
Sorry it took so long, had some trouble uploading it, had to do it a second time
>The Chemical Brothers - Surrender [320 kbps]
>Big Beat, House
If anybody's got anything by Faith No More other than Angel Dust, that'd be awesome
Litanu - Joy/Numb
>house, deep house, chill, 2016 release
no sample for this
Seems like nobody is downloading these. Oh well...
1980 MP3 - splendido hotel (al Di Meola)
>Nothing real noteworthy here, more wankjazz which was gone from casino. All tracks are great although the singing track can lick my dingus
>Latin jazz fusion wank, jazz-rock, tuvan throat singing
Always happy to share, check this out
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
Reposting Chelsea Wolfe Discography
Including EPs and live album
>pretty hard to describe soundwise, like a mix of gothic rock, dark folk, industrial and darkwave
If anyone is downloading these or is nice enough i can share al di's newest album Elysium in FLAC.
1982 MP3 - Electric Rendezvous (Al di meola )
>Nothing special here. First four tracks are the best. Includes Passion Grace Fire, a flamenco bulerias collab with Paco de Lucia (RIP)
Download : https://mega.nz/#F!Aps23RjS!vTfH1dC07328pI6qDuUn1A
r/ing: Kanye West - Graduation (Japanese edition)
>alt. rock, brazilian rock
Junior Boys - (2011) It's All True
Requesting some quality techno.
Rapunzel & Sedayne (or Venereum Arvum)
2011 - Songs From The Barley Temple
>folk, violin (or is it a fiddle?) and lots and lots of old English, Scottish and Irish songs, ballads and poems
I've also made a collection from their main soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/rapunzel-and-sedayne and two others and added 6 songs from Dark Britannica compilations and others, mostly under the mane of Venereum Arvum (just listen to The Heavenly Gates).
I'm looking for any album of Venereum Arvum
or any of these compilations (except Werewolf Songs and Weirdlore)
or just anything like this.
samples: it seems almost impossible to find anything on youtube that's not blocked or not a live perfomance, just head to the soundcloud pages
/r/ing anything Celtic, or just in general fantasy-esque that anyone may have
I need better sleep and it'd benefit a lot. You don't have to spoonfeed me anything, I'd just like to know some names is all.
I know about Adrian Von Ziegler and E.S Posthumus, but I must go deeper. Thanks if you help me out.
also here's a pretty good share to contribute to the thread
PC Worship - Basement Hysteria
>post rock, really long-core, fuck
Ugh, I know this is stupid, but does anyone have pic related? I checked the archives and the files no longer exist. All of the other websites I found are super sketchy as well. Thanks!
know it's a stretch but dose anyone have a lossless copy of Hannah Fury's The Thing that Feels?
if I'm helpless for not giving some random fag a link, then so is everyone else, but the thing is, no one is obligated to fulfill such a stupid request. I bet I could find it on google but it's not my job to try.
>all these people complaining about spoonfeeding and not sharing
Patron Saint of Bridge Burners - Sorry
>folky sadcore (im fucking bad at genres)
Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas To Heaven [FLAC]
>essential post rock
>be nice guys
I know I wasn't supposed to but here, take it. Lurk more and stop acting like a fucking faggot next time
Also, get an account at rutracker, there are tutorials on how to do it if you don't know russian. Use the archive (rbt.asia/mu/) to search for albums. The model is "Artist name - album name mega|zippyshare)
Welcome to /mu/, enjoy LYSF, it is an amazing album
>tfw discovered this site full of new shit
>would love to tell somebody just to download tons of shit, and find some good albums together
>I will never tell you because I'm afraid of you fucking it over and i'm sure you will find a way to ruin in
>I have to download tons of albums and listen samples of each one alone
Trace - Transmit the Real Thing Electrical Device (1997, EP) [320kbps]
>alternative, kinda spacey, I dunno someone help me describe it
Mysterious CD apparently from Atlanta, Georgia of which I can find no record on the internet. Found in Oregon at a Goodwill. No sample.
>>I will never tell you because I'm afraid of you fucking it over and i'm sure you will find a way to ruin in
who the fuck does that
where is this coming from, what are you talking about, no one does that, there are dozens of good share blogs not worth caring about
if you have a good site, post it, don't be a paranoid fag
how can anyone ruin a share blog
report it? like it isn't constantly being crawled by dmca bots in the first place?
shitpost in the comment section? you're just shitposting for attention and to feel good about your epic secret music blog, fuck off
Half Japanese - Perfect (2016)
>Noise Rock, Indie Rock
The Dillards - Back Porch Bluegrass & Live!!! Almost!!!
>Genuine bluegrass, double album
Did you fall for the epin 4chan is full of hackers meme? What the fuck do you think will happen? You're retarded, mate, and selfish
Kanye will at some point send his new album into space as a publicity stunt.
Komara - s/t (2015)
>Cinematic Industrial Ethno-Rock From King Crimson’s Pat Mastelotto and Renowned Avant-Experimentalists David Kollar and Paolo Raineri.
requesting Under Color of Official Right by Protomartyr, the links in archive are ded
XTC - Oranges & Lemons (1989, Steven Wilson stereo remix 2015)
>Alternative, psychedelic, new wave
I don't think it exists but I'm looking for a version of Self's Ornament & Crime that's better than 128k
The Gamelan Music of Bali (1990)
>fast paced metal percussion
Does anyone have music similar to "Unknown Track" by Amel Amla on Music from Saharan Cellphones? There's something about that Arab-styled pop which just grabs me.
Some African uploads:
Tony Allen - Film of Life (2014)
>modern afrobeat by the Fela Kuti's ex-drummer.
Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 - Many Things (2008)
>afrobeat, political african funk (with epic horns & infectious groove)
African Spirits – A Spiritual Jazz Journey Looking Back To Africa
>Spiritual Jazz, Ethi-Jazz
Compilation of Afro-centric jazz from the 70s through the 90s (Archie Shepp, Joe Chambers, Pharoah Sanders, Nate Morgan...)
African Scream Contest: Raw and Psychedelic Afro Sounds from Benin and Togo 70's (2008)
>Afrofunk, afro-soul, James Brown-tier
Zippyshare files only last 1 month before getting deleted (if they are not downloaded): MEGA or mediafire have better policy about this problem?
It reminds me of Sonar (hungarian instrumental space-rock band)
but with vocals. The singer is pretty good actually, reminds me of Aghora a bit
But I only heard the first track so far.
Michel Magne - Tropical Fantasy (1962)
>Essential exotica, masterpiece.
+ some previous uploads
Miriam Burton - African Lament (1961)
>"Jungle" vocal exotica, African Yma Sumac.
Moondog - s/t (1956)
>avant- garde classical exotica essential
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
here you go
Autechre - Quaristice (Versions)
Alternate takes on the Quaristice material.
Mike Simpson - Jungle Odyssey (1969) FLAC
>Essential exotica, jungle groovy safari.
Milt Ratskin - Kapu [a.k.a. Forbidden a.k.a Exotic Percussion a.k.a Exotic Tahiti] (1960)
>Essential orchestral exotica, tiki music.
We're sending this to space? Are we contacting aliens or ayyliens?
Here you go.
Velvet Underground, The - White Light/White Heat
>old pop music
Thanks lads good stuff
Chaino - Jungle Echoes (1959)
> Jungle exotica. Wordless grunts & African percussions.
Literally jungle echoes (....recreated in a LA studio).
Elysia Crampton / E+E - The Light That You Gave Me To See You ??
there's a link for it in AAC in the archive, try harder
f(x) - 4 Walls
>Pop music from Korea
Oroku - Living Through the End Time 
>crust punk, post-rock, violin
never thought i'd see someone post kpop in a sharethread
f(x) - Pink Tape 
>pop, female vocals, korean, essential kpop
I may be spoonfeeding a bit but this is a really nice album.
Lou Harrison - La Koro Sutro (1998)
>buddhist mantras in Esperanto (la koro sutro = the heart sutra)
>classical chorus + gamelan
Translation of libretto included for the curious.
The Trammps - The Legendary Zing Album 
>funk, soul, disco, super fun
J Dilla sampled the sixth track from this album on Donuts.
reminder to be nice to newfriends
Melt Banana discography
>links have been fixed
>look for 'mxbx discography'
Music in this discography:
(1994) Cactuses Come In Flocks
(1994) Sqeak Squeak Creak
(1995) Scratch or Stitch
(1999) MxBx 1998/13,000 Miles At Light Velocity
(2000) Teeny Shiny
(2007) Bambi's Dilemma
(2009) MELT-BANANA Lite Live Ver0.0
(1994) Hedgehog [7" EP]
(1994) Melt Banana/God Is My Co Pilot (split)
(1995) It's In The Pillcase
(1995) Melt Banana/Pencilneck (split)
(1995) Melt Banana/Discordance Axis (split, Discordance Axis' side ~210kbps)
(1996) Untitled (Piano One) [7" EP]
(1996) Melt Banana/Target Shoppers (Split E.P.)
(1997) Split 5" with Xerobot (Xerobot side 128kbps)
(1997) Melt Banana/Plainfield
(1998) Dead Spex
(1998) Most Wanted World Wide (Split 7" with Killout Trash) (256kbps)
(1999) Split 7" with Damien Frost (192kbps)
(1999) Erase Yer Head # 9 (with Camp Blackfoot/God Is My Co-Pilot/Tear Off A Doll)
(2001) Split 7" with Dynamite Anna and the Bone Machine (192 kbps)
(2001) Split 8" with Three Studies For A Crucifixion
(2002) 666 [6" EP]
(2002) Split 7" with Big D & the Kids Table (192kbps)
(2002) Split 7" with the Locust (192kbps)
(2004) Split 7" with Narcosis
(2005) Split 5" with Fantômas
(2005) Split 10" with Chung "Quick Quick Slow Death" (~260kbps)
(2006) アイノウタ (Ai No Uta) 5'' EP
(2007) Split 3" with Fat Day "Q.A" (192kbps)
(2009) Initial T EP
(2009) Split with Young Widows
(2005) 13 Hedgehogs (MxBx Singles 1994-1999)
(2015) Return of 13 Hedgehogs (MxBx Singles 2000-2009)
(1998) Musique Non Stop - a Tribute to Kraftwerk
(1999) John Peel Session (192kbps)
(2004) Agata - Spike
Yoo Jae Ha - Because I Love You 
유재하 - 사랑하기 때문에 
>ballad, 80s, singer-songwriter, male vocals, korean
Yoo Jae Ha was a classically trained composer who composed, sang and produced every song on the only album he ever released. Three months later, he died an untimely death in a car accident at the age of 25.
I got you. Only because you posted a dank album. Give me a few minutes to upload.
I owed someone from the last thread this, so here you go.
Django Reinhardt - Djangologie 1 (1928-1936)
>gypsy jazz, quirky gril core, french af
Well you posted this well after i went to sleep but here
Al Di Meola - Elysium (2015)
>the newest and best of his recent releases. He picks up the Les Paul again too!
N'Draman Blintch - (1979) Cikamelé EP (vinyl rip)
>Nigerian Afrofunk produced by William Onyeabor, with a sick groovy synth.
Protomartyr - Under Color of Official Right (2014)
>post-punk, better than Ought
The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart - Days Of Abandon
>dream pop, lo-fi
>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
Took me forever to find these. They Weren't in the archive so this is for posterity.
Mike Cooper- Do I Know You?(1970)
Mike Cooper- Places I Know (1971)
just realized I don't have this in my library yet for some reason. I'll rip my CD and up it. give it a while.
Illadelph Halflife and Things Fall Apart. like that guy said, the not in archive/deadlinks.
Sonic Youth: Goo
>it's Sonic Youth
>all the boys say "hey Goo, what's new?"
holy shit, that's Sofia Coppola in the video
Duo Ouro Negro - Blackground (1971)
>Afro-fusion, Latin/Brazilian rhythms mixed with African sounds (and some psych-funky hints) from Angola
Giorgio Moroder - E=MC2
Yellow Magic Orchestra - Technodelic
The Roots - Illadelph Halflife (1996)
The Roots - Things Fall Apart (1999)
Dreamies - Auralgraphic Entertainment (1974)
>sound collage, folk
can't say I do, sorry
Brian Eno - Another Green World (1975)
>Art Rock, Electronic, Ambient, Art Pop
Duo Ouro Negro com Sivuca - Africaníssimo (1959)
>World Music, Fusion
1st album of this underrated Angolan duo, accompanied by a Brazilian accordionist.
Sudae - Cima cima baixo baixo
Sample and download: https://sudae.bandcamp.com/album/cima-cima-baixo-baixo
Duo Ouro Negro - Mulowa Afrika (1968)
>>World Music, fusion/folk Angolan/Brazilian music.
via flashstrap blogspot c o m
S= (the most upbeat track) https://youtu.be/LSDOX_8ArIk
Here's some Coil from the archive.
Coil - Backwards
>material from the sessions of the albums that should've the follow-up to Love's Secret Domain
Coil - ...And the Ambulance Died in His Arms
>ambient/dark ambient, electronic, experimental
>live, one of their best performances
Coil - Moon's Milk (In Four Phases)
Coil - Musick to Play in the Dark, Volume 1
>dark ambient, glitchy
Coil - Musick to Play in the Dark, Volume 2
>dark ambient, glitchy
Coil - Love's Secret Domain
>industrial, acid house, ambient techno
>a shift from their earlier, more brooding work
Coil - Horse Rotorvator
>one of their most famous and best albums, their most varied album (string arrangements, innovative sampling, field recordings)
Coil - Scatology
>industrial, dark ambient
Coil - The Snow EP
Coil - Gold is the Metal (With the Broadest Shoulders)
>industrial, musique concrète
Coil - How to Destroy Angels
>industrial, ritual ambient
And some more Coil.
Coil - Black Light District: A Thousand Lights in a Darkened Room
>Experimental, drone, ambient, psychotic dark occult music
Coil - Panic/The Angelic Conversation (Instrumental)/The Anal Staircase/The Consequences Of Raising Hell/The Snow (FLAC)
>post-industrial, Threshold Archives reissues
Yeah, it is; nobody actually listens to this, they just download it to feel credible to fellow hipsters.
There's no Staind and Limp Biskit, so you know people are sharing pussy music they don't actually like ironically here.
Is "prove me wrong" suppose to be a joke or something?
Everyone says it, and it is always useless because you can not be proved wrong. There is no factual "greatest album of the 90s" unless you are following some sort fact-checkable rubric like "most sold" or whatever.
You can't actually measure true artistic worth or musical enjoyment, that varies from person to person.
For one person, that album could factually be the best album of the 90s for them because they might not enjoy any other album from the 90s more.
But it can not be "factually the greatest album of the 90s"
Realised how shit it was and remade it.
The Sons Of Negus – Freedom Sound (1974)
>comfy psych roots reggae from Jamaica
holy FUCK you sir are amazing, this shit is great.
I have some similar international sublime frequency releases if anyone is interested.
Damn, this is good (and I usually despise reggae).
Another gem from these guys available in the archive:
Ras Michael & The Sons of Negus - Love Thy Neighbour (1979)
>Nyahbinghi, Roots Reggae, psych.
Possibly recognized under his pseudonym, Dadawah, Ras Michael crafts a true Jamaican masterpiece in this psychedelic, soulful, sonically thorough release. Love Thy Neighbour is simply gorgeous example of highly religious Rastafarian ceremonial music.
it is the responsibility of websites to take down DMCA'd files, not to report the IPs of those who downloaded them
Rights-holding companies can only find your IP and prosecute if you're using some sort of system that exposes your IP, like torrenting, which is why you can use mega, zippyshare, and mediafire all day long, but if your ISP is a hardass, you might get caught for torrenting.
Direct download sites are never an issue at all in this context
Sun Araw, M. Geddes Gengras, RAW POWER BAND, The Congos - Icon Give Life (2012)
>psychedelic dub reggae.
Short live (27mn) but really good imho.
inB4 this isn't a Bandcamp thread : it's a Pay What You Want release : give 0$ or 10$, it's up to you…
/r/ing Folk and pop of Sumatra 1 & 2, Cambodian Cassettte archives, Guitars of the Golden Triangle, Ethnic Music of Cambodia, and Radio Niger. Thanks in advance friend, you are a saint
k starting dump, gonna go one album at a time and well see how many I do
(also the entire discography for sublime frequencies is on rutracker)
[2005 · SF018] Folk And Pop Sounds Of Sumatra Vol. 2
>sublime frequencies, international music, crazy world pop and folk,
sorry if it takes a couple mins to upload, first time ever sharing, netx ill do vol 1
[2003 · SF001] Folk And Pop Sounds Of Sumatra Vol. 1
>sublime frequencies, international music, crazy world pop and folk,
>sublime frequencies catalog
thx I'll check that.
At the moment I'm exploring the World Music Network serie of "Rough Guide to XXX Psychedelia"; it might interest you too:
VA – Rough Guide to Psychedelic Cumbia (2015)
>1970s South American Psychedelic Cumbia, World Music
S = https://youtu.be/WyCMgROEdz8
I'm gonna share the compilation about Cambodia from this serie.
Joy Division - Peel Sessions
>post-punk, it's Joy Division
Anyone have In Rainbows Disc 2, or the itunes video version of TKoL from the Basement?
>Ayyuka - Sömestr (2015), 320
+ other 2 studio albums (bitrate varies for these two)
>Anatolian Rock, Psychedelic Rock, just listen, it's so good