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Mafia II (2011)  Games

Posted by edi1967 at Sept. 14, 2016
Mafia II (2011)

Mafia II (2011)
PC Game | Publisher: 2K Games, Feral Interactive (Mac) | Developer: 2K Games, Feral Interactive (Mac) | 8.4 GB
Languages: English, Italiano, French, German, Spanish, Czech, Polish, Russian
Genre: Action, Adventure | Release Date: 22 March 2011

Vito Scaletta has started to make a name for himself on the streets of Empire Bay as someone who can be trusted to get a job done. Together with his buddy Joe, he is working to prove himself to the Mafia, quickly escalating up the family ladder with crimes of larger reward, status and consequence… the life as a wise guy isn’t quite as untouchable as it seems.
Gotti's Rules: The Story of John Alite, Junior Gotti, and the Demise of the American Mafia [Audiobook]

Gotti's Rules: The Story of John Alite, Junior Gotti, and the Demise of the American Mafia [Audiobook] by George Anastasia
English | January 27, 2015 | ASIN: B00R57ST2M, ISBN: 1481532677 | [email protected] kbps | 9 hrs 27 mins | 266 MB
Narrator: Joe Barrett | Genre: Nonfiction/True Crime
Arrigo Petacco - Joe Petrosino - L'uomo che sfidò per primo la mafia italo-americana

Arrigo Petacco - Joe Petrosino - L'uomo che sfidò per primo la mafia italo-americana
Italian | MONDADORI | 2010 | EPUB | Pages 212 | ASIN: B005SZ528W | 0.26 Mb

Joe R. Lansdale - Devil Red  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Anthias_31 at Nov. 14, 2014
Joe R. Lansdale - Devil Red

Joe R. Lansdale - Devil Red
Fanucci | 2013 | ISBN: 8834722256 | 283 pages | EPUB | 1 MB

Non ancora paghi delle ultime avventure e dell'incontro con la leggendaria killer Vanilla Ride, Hap e Leonard decidono di voler continuare la loro attività di investigatori privati, anche se vorrebbero poterla svolgere nella legalità, una volta tanto. Il primo caso che affrontano, però, è uno dei più incredibili che gli sia mai capitato: c'è di mezzo una specie di setta vampirica, una strampalata organizzazione di killer mercenari e un crollo nervoso di Hap. Ma non c'è tempo per riposare: lui e Leonard sono troppo impegnati nel disperato tentativo di non farsi ammazzare da una serie di persone che ce l'hanno con loro, tra cui il killer Devil Red, la Dixie mafia, e una loro vecchia conoscenza, che potrebbe rivelarsi un prezioso alleato o il peggiore nemico mai affrontato.
Joe Hisaishi - Brother: Music From The Motion Picture (2000)

Joe Hisaishi - Brother: Music From The Motion Picture (2000)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 280 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320/Stereo) ~ 118 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Soundtrack, Score | Label: Milan | # 74321 80263-2 | Time: 00:49:11

Director Takeshi Kitano's Brother is a film about a Japanese tough guy played by Beat Takeshi (which is the name Kitano uses as an actor) who travels from Tokyo to Los Angeles to find his sibling and then becomes involved in violent confrontations between Japanese gang members and the Mafia. It is, in other words a movie in the crime and action genres, and as such you might expect Joe Hisaishi's score, his sixth for a Kitano film, to be full of rhythmic, dramatic music befitting the subject matter. If so, you'd be surprised. Hisaishi's music, most of it played by the New Japan Philharmonic, is full of low-key, melodic classical and jazz touches more appropriate to a romance or, perhaps, at most, a downbeat mystery or police procedural. With many of the cues featuring Tomanao Hara's flugelhorn, the sound is often reminiscent of Gato Barbieri's music for Last Tango in Paris. Only "Raging Men" and the title track (presented in original and remixed versions) have the driving style typical of a film of this type. The result is refreshing, at least in terms of most action film soundtracks.

Carl Sifakis, The Mafia Encyclopedia (Repost)  

Posted by Direktor69 at April 18, 2013
Carl Sifakis, The Mafia Encyclopedia (Repost)

Carl Sifakis, The Mafia Encyclopedia
ISBN: 0816038570 | edition 1999 | CHM | 414 pages | 15 mb

They're all there, starting with Anthony Joseph Accardo (1906-1992), the Chicago mob leader known as Tony to crime pals, Mr. Accardo to underlings, Joe Batters to his subordinates, and as "having more brains before breakfast than Al Capone had all day" to syndicate supporters, and working through the alphabet to Abner "Longy" Zwillman (1899-1959), a crime-syndicate founder and New Jersey boss, one of the most feared of the Jewish Mafia, known as the "Al Capone of new Jersey," and much revered for his love affair with Jean Harlow.

Analyze this [Mafia Blues] 1999  

Posted by galmuchet at Sept. 16, 2012
Analyze this [Mafia Blues] 1999

Analyze this [Mafia Blues] 1999
DVDrip | XviD-1156 | [email protected] | 656x368 | 2 Audio Tracks: English_1 French_2 | Sub: English, French, Italian, Dutch, Arabic, Spnanish, Portuguese, German idx+sub | DVD Cover | 1h39 | 1.1 Gb
Comedy, Crime | USA 1999 | Director Harold RAMIS

In a voiceover, mob boss Paul Vitti (Robert De Niro) narrates a brief history of the Mafia during 1957: in the wake of Albert Anastasia's death, the dispute over whether Vito Genovese, Carlo Gambino or Joe Bananas will ascend to mob supremacy results in the Apalachin Meeting in upstate New York. The meeting breaks up when it is raided by the FBI, and the Mafia doesn't call a nationwide summit again until the present day…

Mafia 2 [PS3]  Games

Posted by Dizel_ at Sept. 5, 2010
Mafia 2 [PS3]

Mafia 2 [PS3]
PS3 | English (Multi5) | Developer: 2K Czech | Publisher: 2K Games | 7.25 GB
Genre: Action

Born the son of a poor immigrant, Vito is a beaten down Italian American who is trying to secure his piece of the American Dream. Looking to escape the life of poverty that consumed his childhood, Vito is soon swayed by the lure of power and wealth that a life of Organized Crime can bring. A petty criminal his whole life, Vito, along with his childhood friend, Joe, will descend into the world of Organized Crime. Together, they will work to prove themselves to the Mob as they try to make their names on the streets of a cold and unforgiving city. Mafia 2 immerses players in the mob underworld of a fictitious late 1940's / early 1950's scenario. The game engages you in a cinematic Hollywood movie experience in a living, breathing city, fusing high octane gunplay with white knuckle driving and an engaging narrative.

Mafia 2 (2010/ENG/RIP/CrackNoDVD)  

Posted by Загадка at Aug. 24, 2010
Mafia 2 (2010/ENG/RIP/CrackNoDVD)

Mafia 2 (2010/ENG/RIP/CrackNoDVD) | 4.32 GB

Born the son of a poor immigrant, Vito is a beaten down Italian American who is trying to secure his piece of the American Dream. Looking to escape the life of poverty that consumed his childhood, Vito is soon swayed by the lure of power and wealth that a life of Organized Crime can bring. A petty criminal his whole life, Vito, along with his childhood friend, Joe, will descend into the world of Organized Crime. Together, they will work to prove themselves to the Mob as they try to make their names on the streets of a cold and unforgiving city. Mafia 2 immerses players in the mob underworld of a fictitious late 1940’s / early 1950’s scenario. The game engages you in a cinematic Hollywood movie experience in a living, breathing city, fusing high octane gunplay with white knuckle driving and an engaging narrative.

The Mafia Encyclopedia (Facts on File) (Repost)  

Posted by JohnGenry at March 23, 2010
The Mafia Encyclopedia (Facts on File) (Repost)

The Mafia Encyclopedia (Facts on File)
Publisher: Checkmark Books | ISBN: 0816038570 | edition 1999 | CHM | 414 pages | 15,4 mb

They're all there, starting with Anthony Joseph Accardo (1906-1992), the Chicago mob leader known as Tony to crime pals, Mr. Accardo to underlings, Joe Batters to his subordinates, and as "having more brains before breakfast than Al Capone had all day" to syndicate supporters, and working through the alphabet to Abner "Longy" Zwillman (1899-1959), a crime-syndicate founder and New Jersey boss, one of the most feared of the Jewish Mafia, known as the "Al Capone of new Jersey," and much revered for his love affair with Jean Harlow.
Between Accardo and Zwillman, Carl Sifakis explores the lives, reputations, exploits, and subcultures of more than 450 Mafia perpetrators and personalities. Sifakis describes the individuals, codes of behavior, misdeeds, legal scrapes, rivalries, and flamboyant lifestyles associated with the world of organized crime–an entity whose existence J. Edgar Hoover denied for 30 years. Sifakis's research is thorough, and his subjects are nefarious and riveting. It's his feel for storytelling, however, that makes his encyclopedia so enjoyable. He writes about infamous characters such as Al Capone (who felt his bootlegging was merely a public service) and John Gotti (a.k.a. the Teflon Don, who's now serving a life sentence) as well as the Mafia Social Clubs, Donnie Brasco (the FBI agent who infiltrated the mob and sent more than 100 mobsters to prison), and the importance of slot machines to the post-Prohibition welfare of organized crime.