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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 MEN - Immaculada (2010, 320kbps)
>noise rock, post hardcore
LaBeouf & RUI - Book of the Damned: a metamodern mixtape
>hypergrunge, metamodernism, ambient, stale af memes, psychedelic, Shia-wave
Sample and dl:
here's some stuff I posted in the last thread to bump this up:
Wastelanders - Cosmic Despair
>ambient, drone, winter-core
>in OGG Vorbis q8
really pleasant, more active than most ambient stuff. found it in the dollar bin at my local record store.
Dimitri From Paris - Sacrebleu (1998)
>downtempo, lounge, house, nu-jazz
>in OGG Vorbis q8
sample:[YouTube] Dimitri from Paris - Reveries [HD] (embed)
>requesting: Boris' Flood in FLAC or Vorbis
Wired All Wrong - Break Out the Battle Tapes (2006, MP3 V2)
>industrial pop, nu metal, singer sounds like he's 12
Pascal Comelade - Logique du sens (1983)
>Minimal Wave, Minimalism, Avant-Folk
>short lo-fi melodic/awkward instrumental tracks (cassette audio tape rip)
Imagine Meet The Resident but childish & not unsettling.
Boris - Flood (2000) [FLAC]
>drone, psychedelic rock, minimalist
Fuck the archive. Half of the links are dead and trying to find even slightly obscure shit will almost always end in disappointment because the link will be dead or nonexistent. And then all you fucking sharefags throw an autistic tantrum whenever anyone requests anything in here like hey you fucks if someone says "does anyone have (album title) the links in archive are dead" dont just fucking sperg out and shout soulseek and rutracker at them just give them the link. For fucks sake i know you fuckers hate spoon feeding people but at least do it for the archive because its currently shit. Also requesting some neo-psychedelic/dream pop.
Pascal Comelade - Milano Enarmonisto (1984)
>Avant-garde : unique mix of early electronic, real & toy instruments: minimalistic, lofi, awkward but touching melodies. (like a creepier version of Yann Tiersen).
>cassette rip: one face is Bel Canto Orchestra, the B-face is Pascal Comelade solo. Unknown tracklisting.
wasting a post to request kickass doom/stoner/drone metal. These dudes got me hooked, and the last thread had some great stuff
Electric Wizard - Come My Fanatics
>essential stoner metal
Electric Wizard - Dopethrone
>also essential stoner metal
Requesting some comfy-core japanese stuff.
Hey, thanks so much.
these are all from a past thread (not a sharethread) and were left untagged but Comelade reminded me to get on it
Pascal Comelade - Détail Monochrome
>minimalism, modern classical, ambient pop
Noël Akchoté - Rien
>free improv, EAI, glitch
Machinefabriek - Ranonkel
>ambient, drone, EAI
Mika Vainio - Kajo
>ambient, drone, late-night-core
I'm assuming you've hear Lullatone, but for anyone that hasn't:
Lullatone - Plays Pajamas Pop Pour Vous
>twee, picopop, good-headphone-core, check it out
>Requesting some comfy-core japanese stuff.
not my link but it works
Haruomi Hosono/Shigeru Suzuki/Tatsuro Yamashita - Pacific
>pop, jazz fusion, tropical sounding, bloops
Requesting Tomorrow in the green grass by the jayhawks. I would love you forever.
The Locust - Safety Second, Body Last
>known for their unique mix of grindcore speed and aggression, complexity, and new wave weirdness
>10-minute song, split into two tracks
The Locust - Flight of the Wounded Locust 7" EP
>grindcore, noise rock, moog synths, short songs
YOB - discography
>doom metal, stoner
Elliot - False Cathedrals
>Emo, Indie rock
Requesting Hard Again by Scott Tuma badly, none of the links are working in the archive
Here's an absolute classic that isn't even in the archive, you all should have this album:
Bruce Springsteen - The River
>Rock, surprisingly layered and intricate, double album, scaruffi-core (8.5 BNM)
This didn't work the other day.
I'm gonna try again.
Requesting Raindances by Camel, and the Hatfield and the Noth s/t.
For now I'm going to link to the things I have uploaded. Not much on there. Some good stuff.
Pascal Comelade, Pierre Bastien, Jac Berrocal & Jaki Liebezeit - The Oblique Sessions (1997) 
>post-African repetitions, minimal krautrock-influenced instrumental music, very mechanical and groovy, hard to pin down/no certain genre.
/r/ Pascal Comelade & Richard Pinhas - The Oblique Sessions II
on a mac, follow this path in pic related, cmd+click on the album folder and click "compress "xxxx" ". then the compressed folder appears directly under the album folder as shown.
set up a throwaway email (I used mailinator.com) and then use it to create your mega account.
once you're logged in, drag and drop the compressed file into mega. you'll see the %progress in the tab. once it's done, find the arrow icon on the extreme right of the upload's listing and click it. select "get link". then select "get link plus key" or however it's phrased (the third option, far right) copy paste the link into your post. format your post like everyone else does so that it will be searchable in the archive.
now give us some good shares, cunt.
Pascal Comelade - Détail Monochrome (1984)
>post-minimalism with toy piano
Patrician version of Yann Tiersen. Friend of Robert Wyatt.
…GOTY 1984? :)
I'll do you one better, anon.
Bruce Springsteen - The Ties That Bind: The River Collection (2015)
>Four-disc box set that includes a remaster of the original double album, the single-album version Bruce planned on releasing before adding more songs, and a disc of studio outtakes
And if somebody would be kind enough to share The Four Seasons' Who Loves You album, preferably in 320, I'd be very grateful.
Albert Pla & Pascal Comelade - Somiatruites (2011)
Collaboration with a Spanish singer.
I wish to summon the nice friend who posted all of the Tonetta in the last thread. Most importantly I would like to know how they got their hands on the bootleg 'The Undiscovered Classics' as I can't find any record of it. This is pretty important for me for archival purposes.
Larry Graham - One In A Million You
>sampled and tweeted about by hip-hop rapper KanYe West
>actaully lots of very pleasant melodies and synth sounds
Royal Blood - Royal Blood
r'ing Wavves - V
Checked the archive thrice over the past few months with no luck. Also, I have a bunch of tunes I can share if anyones keen.
wavves - v
Sufjan Stevens - Blue Buckets of Gold (Remix)
>indie folk, electronic, AoA style remix of a song from C&L
Fire! - She sleeps, she sleeps (320)
>avant-garde jazz, mats gustafsson, 2016
it's far and away what he's best known for.
here's him singing and soloing on his bass at 1:08
after Sly went completely went nuts, Larry tried to salvage things with a group called Graham Central Station, too.
Tycho - Awake (2014)
Tycho - Dive (2011)
this contains two albums
Sample from Awake: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QX5XKFn7Ngo
Sample from Dive: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mehLx_Fjv_c
Hi there! I'm that guy.
I made that bootleg, along with 2015. I was originally going to get all of his YouTube songs from 2015 onto it right when 2016, but then his channel got shut down right when I was about to. So I dug through YouTube and found what I could get, and compiled them all.
The Undiscovered Classics was a bootleg I made to compile all of his old songs that I could find. They deserve to be in an album, and I like a lot of his earlier stuff. So, simply put, I made it like two weeks ago.
But yeah, I spent a while digging through the Internet to find everything that was on RYM and Youtube, so yeah. There you go.
>requesting but not sharing
>MP3 320 http://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5084779
Time Machine Modulus - Time Machine Modulus EP (2015)
>math rock, not cringe at all
So Todd basically put this out last year for free when all the hype was going up, but he hasn't spread it out very well
This version includes the actual EP, the original mixes of the EP, an alternate recording/mix of Detour, and two live performances (including JERdk)
Listen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBhJ86RBsyQ
>/mu/core catalog, everything in pic related for easy bulk download
Thanks for the info! I don't know if you put a lot of thought to it but I dig the flow and the choice of artwork. Even though he remains an internet pariah we may just yet save his music from the abyss.
San someone post the picture of all the different /mu/ staples (Fantano, Scaruffi, Hampus, Christgau, etc.) with their heads next to like 8 or 10 of their favorite albums? I've been looking for it forever and It would be much appreciated.
Anything similar to pic related?
Amon Düül II - Yet
>Excellent Prog/Kraut rock
>Any Krautrock fan should have this
Requesting things like Dopethrone or Baroness' Purple or cool prog rock
Ash Ra Tempel - Ash Ra Tempel (1971)
>Krautrock, Psychedelic Rock, Space Rock, Ambient
Joseph Nothing - Shambhala Number Two & Three (2010)
Catherine Ribiero - 2bis (1969)
>French progressive acid folk with a female vocalist, raging acoustic guitars and a lot of shouting. Comus-core.
Li Garattoni - Find Out What I'm Dreaming (1982)
>German comfy jazzy/soul synthpop
>stoner doom metal, sludge
Tak Shindo - Mganga! (1958) [FLAC]
>Essential african/jungle exotica
Los Destellos - Constelación (1971)
>Cumbia Peruana, proto chicha, Peruvian psycheddelic fusion
forgot to add a sample https://youtu.be/mJIfunivjbU
Los Destellos (1967)
>Cumbia Peruana, proto chicha, Peruvian psychedelic fusion
La République de Guinée - Sons Nouveax D'Une Nation Nouvelle (1962)
>Guinean traditional music : balafon, koto, konni solos.
Pretty cute desu.
More infos about the Tempo label http://www.radioafrica.com.au/Discographies/Tempo.html
S= no samples but similar music https://youtu.be/E4eYzMot8v8
Hey does anyone have Street Gnars Kenwicked?
In return have all the bowie (-blackstar)
Requesting Keito Shimuguchi's Memories of a Dead Future.
Luciano Cilio - Dialoghi del presente (1977) 
>contemporary classical, post-minimalism, chamber music
Hatfield and the North - s/t (1973)
>Progressive rock, Canterbury scene, jazz fusion
Tindersticks - The Waiting Room (2016)
>Alt Rock, Deep voice core
Gauge Means Nothing - The Absent Trail Of An Echo And My Future Plagued By Surrender (FLAC)
Taking requests. My requests:
The Polyphonic Spree - Together We're Heavy (2004)
Skalpel - Konfusion (2005)
Harry Nilsson - Pandemonium Shadow Show (1967)
There is a ton of Brand X on the archive. Lots of live links so I won't be uploading any of their stuff.
As far as Chick goes, I have 'Now He Sings, Now He Sobs' (1968) and 'Return to Forever' (1972).
I only have the debut s/t for Camel. In fact, I bet I'm the guy who uploaded it for you :)
What about Nickels... by Minutemen? I can't find it in the archive.
Also, I have here a flac rip of the first and only album of swedish thrash metal band Mary Beats Jane, with Peter Dolving on vocals.
I had been loking for it for ages and found it in the dollar bin at a local record store. Probably the only copy of it in existence.
I would like to share this nice music with you, but is it safe to upload stuff to Zippyshare?
If you could share Drake - Thank Me Later I would be very grateful
sadly don't have any albums you requested but since you have Elysia Crampton you might like this
Rabit - Baptizm
Chick Corea - Now He Sings, Now He Sobs (1968)
>jazz (fusion), one of the GOAT pianists
sorry if this is a lot of reqs, anything would be appreciated
any Art Tatum but I already have The Piano Starts Here and the Ben Webster collab
Chuck Berry, I've got the Great 28, though
Link Wray, I've got Rumble! the best of already. Early Recordings is all deadlinks
Living Colour Vivid and Times Up please, not in archive
Nina Simone: Forbidden Fruit or anything from Colpix label
Pixies if you have the purple tape or Peel sessions, neither in archive
Requesting this again from a couple threads ago
I only want the track 'Dead Man Walking' in FLAC. I've tried the archive, rutracker, and soulseek but it's not on any of them. Some anon said it was on what but they didn't upload it.
Appreciate the compliment. I take a lot of pride in it. Just broke 20k songs not too long ago.
I only have 'Piano Starts Here'.
I also only have 'The Great 28'.
I only have the Link Wray '71 s/t.
I only have 'Vivid'.
I only have 'Sings the Blues' (RCA).
I don't have any of your Pixies requests.
Which would you prefer I upload first, Link Wray or Living Colour?
Death in June - Burial
>neofolk, martial industrial, post-punk
living colour, thanks! not sure I need anything that late from Wray. Is the '71 material still rockin?
also, I just went thru a share of REM chronic town that an anon gave me but it turned out to be a fan compiled demo thing. you wouldn't have Chronic Town in that REM folder by any chance?
If you don't mind downloading it as a zip from Mega, I can upload it for you.
Okay, give me a second. Not sure, I haven't listened to it yet. Was that 'Chronic Town' share filename something like 'R. E. M. Chronic Town HQ MP3'? Because I did get a copy of it recently, but not sure from where.
Caravan - In The Land of Grey and Pink (1971)
>Essential Progressive rock, Canterbury Scene
Minutemen - Double Nickels on the Dime (1984)
>punk, funky af
Living Colour - Vivid (1988)
>hard rock, funk metal
>Was that 'Chronic Town' share filename something like 'R. E. M. Chronic Town HQ MP3'? Because I did get a copy of it recently, but not sure from where.
it was a Dropbox share that some blogger made, so unless you got it from DB yours is probably legit.
don't worry about the Wray. you should get Rumble! if you like him. there's a ton of archive links but not sure the status. hit me up if they end up being dead.
Black Flag - My War (1984)
LAST CALL FOR REQUESTS
>That sounds really familiar, actually. Shit. I'll take a look for it later.
assuming you're referring to the REM:
if the songs are out of order and all have (demo) after the names, then it's the fan thing. which is probably cool, but I don't have the original to even compare it to is all.
if you were talking about the Rumble!, then yeah, let me know
Harry Nilsson - Pandemonium Shadow Show (1967)
>nice 1960's psych pop, heavily influenced by The Beatles (listen the sample, you'll see what I mean)
Complete Nilsson discography can be find here BTW:
- Japanese 13 CD boxset: avxhome i n/music/rock/Harry-Nilsson-Japan.html
- RCA 17 CD (2013): basically the same as the previous boxset with unreleased/sessions tracks: avxhome i n/music/rock/Harry-Nilsson-The-RCA-Albums-Collection.html
My Bloody Valentine - Loveless (8kbps version)
>the album we've all come to know and love in the format it's meant to be heard in
Easily superior to the lame >8kbps versions.
FKA twigs discography
Includes EP1, EP2, LP1, and M3LL155X
>R&B, electronic, trip-hop, recipient of two 7+ scores from Scaruffi (certified patrician)
The Zolas - Tic Toc Tic
>indie rock, piano rock
if you though the walls of noise on Loveless provided depth, think again. pales in comparison to this masterpiece:
My Bloody Valentine - Every Song From Loveless At The Same Time
>post-music, avant-garde, /mu/core
Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
>space noise, ambient, musique concrete
pictures of thom yorke's lazy eye - look at his lazy eye: the third
>raw image to sound file-core, ambient harsh noise
you might like the "continuous music" of Lubomyr Melnyk.
James Blackshaw & Lubomyr Melnyk - The Watchers (2013)
>Neo-Classical, Post-minimalism, Improvisation. Amazing record of improvisation between british guitar wizard James Blackshaw and Ukrainian piano legend Lubomyr Melnyk. Amazing interplay between the instruments and sounds like water in the way that it flows all together into one continuous form. Music that they would play when you enter heaven. Great for studying, relaxing, thinking. Just a calm, nice album.
(more albums in the archive)
I've been looking for pic related for a while now, can someone help?
I am looking for René Margraff's Phasen. I know its on bandcamp for free listening but I really want the files (preferably in good quality) and the digital album price is too high. Its not on the archives nor could I google any links. Thanks.
THE MEN - Leave Home (2013)
>noise rock, psychedelic
Var - No One Dances Quite Like My Brothers (2013)
>noise pop, electronica, noise
Not trying to be rude, just had way too many people in the last thread also asking me for stuff that was on the archive. If you don't know where the archive is, read the sticky. When querying the archive, be sure to include "mega|zippy|media" in your search to limit it to only links, e.g. "american drift mega|zippy|media".
Massive Attack - Ritual Spirit EP (2016)
>trip hop, experimental hip hp
Thanks for this, i always wanted a companion to Lotus Child in my collection
Max Normal - Long Street Carnival live bootleg
>the quality is pretty shit but its a great live album
Max Normal - Live at the Pukkelpop Show bootleg
>better quality then the Long Street Carnival
Dream Theater - The Astonishing (2016)
Anyone have a folder with Swans stuff? I'm mainly looking for the reissue compilations which include bonus tracks
- Filth/Body to Body, Job to Job
- Children of God/World of Skin
- Various Failures
- White Light/Love of Life
>Catherine Ribeiro - 2bis
same kind of shit (and if you are bored by Joanna Newsom) by my new waifu : Nathalie Rose Lebrecht aka Greenpot Bluepot.
Greenpot Bluepot - Daymares and Nightdreams (2001) [128kbps]
>lo-fi freak folk
Nathalie Rose Lebrecht - Warraw (2003) [FLAC]
>acid freak folk. Pretty good.
Nathalie Rose Lebrecht - Imagining Weather (2005) [FLAC]
>acid freak folk. Not so great desu.
Greenpot Bluepot - Ascend at the Dead End (2012) [FLAC]
>acid freak folk mixed by Avey Tare. Her best album imho.
The Rentals Discography
>Alt. Rock, Indie, Pop
>Includes all three studio albums plus the EPs
fuq dude, thanks for this
you're lucky I'm so nice desu senpai, remember to search the archive for something like "japanese .nz" for stuff like this, there are multiple large folders dedicated to it. Anyway:
Japanese folder (including Seaside Lovers - Memories in Beach House)
Blink 1488 - Put On Your Cloak And Burka
anyone have Sachiko M / Toshimaru Nakamura / Otomo Yoshihide - Good Morning Good Night?
This thread is gonna cap soon. Check the next thread if you don't see it on this one.
I'm confused. Do you not want it? I'm informing you that it's on the archive if you do.
This is really interesting to hear. That guy used to make lo fi music before he started making memes.
Matt Craig Culbertson - Danger- Matt's Room- Vol. 1
>Noise rock, power electronics, folk blues
Matt Craig Culbertson - Depersonalized Hermit and the Brainless Juice
>Psych-drone, noise, downer-avant jazz-core, odd incorporation of psych-ward field recordings, single 30 minute track
Matt Craig Culbertson - Tei Luj the Alien Whisperer EP
>noise, more electronic and guitar, sort of like Danger Vol 1, if it had an outer space theme and better production, but shorter length
Matt Craig Culbertson - Magnetic Quiltmaker.
>psych electronics, a collage of synthesizer textures woven together like a patchwork quilt in separate squares, worse fidelity than his recent beats as RUI, but a signifigant improvement from the earlier lo fi electronics
Anyone here have anything by Yochk'o Seffer Neffesh?
It's isn't in the archive, and I haven't found much anywhere else really. Even the albums are a bit tricky to track down (although I will probably end up buying most of the discography anyway).
this is not jazz fusion. What do you think this album "fuses" jazz with exactly?
This album is GOAT, but it's straight forward post-bop, piano drums and upright bass. Not even any electric instruments