Hellblazer Original Sins

Hellblazer Original Sins [Complete]  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Oct. 11, 2011
Hellblazer Original Sins [Complete]

Hellblazer Original Sins [Complete]
CBR/RAR | English | 9 issues | 158 MB

John Constantine is an unconcerned, somewhat amoral occultist with a British working-class background. He's a hero, of sorts, who manages to come out on top through a combination of luck, trickery, and genuine magical skill. The ORIGINAL SINS collection is a loosely connected series of tales of John's early years where Constantine was at his best and at his worst, all at the same time.

John Constantine, Hellblazer Vol. 01 - Original Sins (2011)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Aug. 26, 2014
John Constantine, Hellblazer Vol. 01 - Original Sins (2011)

John Constantine, Hellblazer Vol. 01 - Original Sins (2011)
English | CBR | 271 pages | 464.48 MB

The very first Hellblazer collection ORIGINAL SINS is available in a new edition that includes John Constantine's appearances in SWAMP THING. This is the first of a series of new HELLBLAZER editions starring Vertigo's longest running antihero, John Constantine, England's chain-smoking, low-rent magus. This first collection is a loosely connected series of tales of John's early years where Constantine was at his best and at his worst, all at the same time. Collects SWAMP THING #76-77 and HELLBLAZER #1-9.

Original Sins 005 (2014)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Aug. 20, 2014
Original Sins 005 (2014)

Original Sins 005 (2014)
English | CBR | 23 pages | 39.07 MB

Original Sins 004 (2014)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at July 24, 2014
Original Sins 004 (2014)

Original Sins 004 (2014)
English | CBR | 22 pages | 30.89 MB

Original Sins 002 (2014)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at June 25, 2014
Original Sins 002 (2014)

Original Sins 002 (2014)
English | CBR | 22 pages | 33.92 MB

Original Sins 001 (2014)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at June 11, 2014
Original Sins 001 (2014)

Original Sins 001 (2014)
English | CBR | 23 pages | 35.20 MB

Original Sin is affecting all corners of the Marvel Universe. What Original Sins have Deathlok and the Young Avengers committed? Plus, the Hood returns!

Hellblazer (Constantine) Comic Books Collection  Comics

Posted by FenixN at Jan. 26, 2014
Hellblazer (Constantine) Comic Books Collection

Hellblazer (Constantine) Comic Books Collection
345 CBR Books | English | 4.55 GB

Written by Jamie Delano; Art by John Ridgway and Alfredo Alcala John Constantine is an unconcerned, somewhat amoral occultist with a British working-class background. He's a hero, of sorts, who manages to come out on top through a combination of luck, trickery, and genuine magical skill. The ORIGINAL SINS collection is a loosely connected series of tales of John's early years where Constantine was at his best and at his worst, all at the same time.

VA - Original Album Series: German Rock Classics (2015)  Music

Posted by delpotro at Sept. 10, 2017
VA - Original Album Series: German Rock Classics (2015)

VA - Original Album Series: German Rock Classics (2015)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) | Scans included | 03:53:23 | 1,5 Gb
Classic Rock, Blues Rock, Progressive Rock | Label: Warner Music Group Germany

Warner Music Group Germany are proud to present Original Album Series: German Rock Classics. Udo Lindenberg, Das Dritte Ohr, Interzone, The Boots, Kin Ping Meh. All the albums were remastered in 2015.
John Cafferty and The Beaver Brown Band - Eddie and the Cruisers: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1983) Audio Fidelity 2017

John Cafferty and The Beaver Brown Band - Eddie and the Cruisers (1983)
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio, 2017

EAC | FLAC (Tracks) + cue.+log ~ 213 Mb | Mp3, CBR320 kbps ~ 84 Mb | Scans included
Soundtrack, Rock & Roll, Pop/Rock | Label: Audio Fidelity | # AFZ 227 | 00:32:49

Eddie and the Cruisers is a 1983 American film directed by Martin Davidson based on the novel by P.F. Kluge. The story concerns the mysterious death of a fictional '60s rock star. Though the film received mixed reviews when it first opened in theaters it was rereleased nine months later on cable TV with great success. After screenings on HBO in 1984, the album suddenly climbed the charts, going quadruple platinum. The main song in the film, "On the Dark Side," was the number one song in the country on Billboard's Mainstream, Rock, and Heatseeker charts; and #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Another single from the film, "Tender Years," peaked at #31 on the Billboard Hot 100. John Cafferty was hired to write a few songs for the film based on Davidson’s description of his fictitious band and their music. Initially, he said that the Cruisers sounded like Dion and The Belmonts, but with elements of Jim Morrison and The Doors. The Cruisers were essentially a Jersey bar band, and he thought of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. The film needed music that contained elements of these three bands. Cafferty did such a good job of capturing the feeling of the 1960s and 1980s that Davidson asked him to score the entire film. Only Michael "Tunes" Antunes, the tenor saxophone player for the Beaver Brown Band, and Helen Schneider were professional musicians in the cast.
Walter Becker & Donald Fagen ‎- Catalyst: The Original Recordings 1968-71 (1994) [Bootleg]

Walter Becker & Donald Fagen ‎- Catalyst: The Original Recordings 1968-71 (1994)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) - 459 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 213 Mb | Digital booklet | 01:29:46
Soft Rock, Jazz Rock | Label: The Magnum Music Group

Steely Dan's baby pictures? Sort of–these are studio demos Dan honchos Becker and Fagen made as struggling songwriters in the period before they actually conceptualized the band. Some of them–"Brooklyn," "Barrytown," "Parker's Band," "Charlie Freak," "Any World That I'm Welcome To" and "The Caves of Altamira"–later turned up on Steely Dan albums; here they're presented in bare-bones version (mostly just piano and vocals, with only adequate sound) that while interesting obviously don't have Steely Dan's trademark instrumental sheen. The unfamiliar tracks are uneven (a must to avoid: "The Mock Turtle's Song"), but even the least of them show that Becker and Fagen's writing style was fully formed even at this early stage.