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Postby Windowlicker » Thu May 06, 2004 6:52 am

DJ Signify -SLEEP NO MORE



super tight



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Postby Windowlicker » Fri Jun 25, 2004 12:22 am

Not my normal genera but


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i don't know why but i love this disk
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Postby Windowlicker » Sun Jul 18, 2004 9:23 pm

RJD2 - Since We Last Spoke

april.16.2004 - #1246
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artist : RJD2
album : Since We Last Spoke
year : 2004
label : Definitive Jux
genre : Lo-Fi
catalogue : DJX 84 CD
url : http://www.definitivejux.net
quality : CD lame VBR 3.90.3 --alt-preset standard

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01.Since We Last Spoke 04:15
02.Exotic Talk 03:44
03.1976 02:27
04.Ring Finger 03:48
05.Making Days Longer 04:36
06.Someone's Second Kiss 04:29
07.To All of You 05:09
08.Clean Living 04:30
09.Iced Lightning 04:07
10.Intro 01:10
11.Through the Walls 03:28
12.One Day 06:20
13.De L'Alouette 03:11
14.Holy Toledo 04:10

14 tracks | 55:24 mins | 73,5 MB

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New RJD2 album for yall to enjoy, we know you've been waiting for this
one since our promo release back in january. This being the European
Retail, ofcourse Without voiceovers and including bonus tracks! --sb
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Postby Despoiler » Wed Aug 11, 2004 3:59 pm

You MUST listen to Immortal Technique if you like hip-hop. The guy is awesome.
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Postby NuGpUfFa » Wed Aug 11, 2004 5:35 pm

This album is a musical masterpiece...

Listened to this album many times since I got it. I'd have to say my favorite of 2004 so far. I''ll prolly try to pick it up here some time. I think the only way to get it is to order it off its website since its German.

Artist: Martin Böttcher
Album: The Score
Genre: Lo-Fi
MP3: Martin_Bottcher-The_Score-CD-2004-BLA
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Home Video - Citizen EP

Postby Windowlicker » Fri Oct 22, 2004 7:36 pm

Home Video - Citizen EP

Home Video ist pimpa
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Secret Frequency Crew - Forest Of The Echo Downs

Postby Windowlicker » Fri Oct 22, 2004 7:37 pm

Secret Frequency Crew - Forest Of The Echo Downs
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Postby Windowlicker » Tue Feb 08, 2005 4:48 pm

Beck - Guero
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Postby Windowlicker » Mon Jun 06, 2005 9:16 am

Tosca-J.A.C

1. Rondo Acapricio
2. Heidi Brühl
3. Superrob
4. John Lee Huber
5. Pyjama
6. The Big Sleep
7. Damentag
8. Naschkatze
9. Züri
10. Sala
11. Forte
12. No More Olives






Gorillaz - Demon Days

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Mr. Scruff - Mrs Cruff
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Postby Windowlicker » Wed Sep 28, 2005 6:13 pm

ARTIST: Skalpel
TITLE: Konfusion
LABEL: Ninja Tune
GENRE: Lo-Fi
BITRATE: 194kbps avg
PLAYTIME: 0h 36min total
RELEASE DATE: 2005-10-03
RIP DATE: 2005-09-22

Track List
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01. Shivers 4:10
02. Flying Officer 4:24
03. Long Distance Call 2:47
04. Hiperbole 2:50
05. Deep Breath 4:36
06. Konfusion 3:54
07. Test Drive 2:43
08. Wooden Toy 4:07
09. Split 4:53
10. Seaweed 2:29

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Polish duo Skalpel return with their second album for Ninja Tune and it's a
deeper, darker, more satisfying journey into the roots of Eastern European jazz
and breaks than they have ever managed before. This is a record brimming with
ideas, with atmosphere, with the kind of intelligent cut and paste that makes it
an artform instead of a form of theft. Very much one for jazzers, beat heads and
strong cigarette smokers, "Konfusion" is an album to soundtrack your espresso
breaks and to play so that you don't have to read Jean Paul Sartre. The extra
special bonus disc which will also be included with "Konfusion" features remixes
of tracks from the duo's eponymously-titled debut rendered anew by the likes of
Quantic, Dr Rubberfunk and Amalgamation of Soundz Including Skalpel's own cheeky
yet monstrous remix of 1958. Released 3rd October.
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Postby Windowlicker » Wed Sep 28, 2005 6:13 pm

Title Downtown Science
Artist Blockhead
Genre Trip-Hop
Date Sep-09-2005
Songs 12 / 54:15 min
Size 70,1 MB
Quality VBRkbps 44,1kHz / Joint-Stereo / CDDA


01 Expiration Date 05:42
02 Roll Out The Red Carpet 04:08
03 Serenade 01:51
04 Cherry Picker 06:22
05 Crashing Down 04:13
06 Stop Motion Traffic 04:37
07 The Art Of Walking 03:44
08 Good Block Bad Block 04:30
09 Dough Nation 04:12
10 Quiet Storm 05:57
11 The First Snowfall 04:52
12 Long Walk Home 04:07
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Postby Windowlicker » Thu Jan 19, 2006 2:31 pm

Mujaji - Free Rain

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Jon Kennedy - We're Just Waiting for You Now
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Postby Despoiler » Wed Oct 10, 2007 12:49 am

Raised Fist/Sound of the Republic/and they run. Hardcore FTW!
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Re: CD of the week

Postby Despoiler » Tue May 19, 2009 11:47 am

If you like power metal check out Heavenly. Specifically their "Sign of a Winner" and "Dust to Dust" albums. Seriously awesome!
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