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Depeche Mode - Music For The Masses (1987) UK & Germany 1st Press [Re-Up]

Depeche Mode - Music For The Masses (1987) UK & Germany 1st Press
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 373 or 377 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 167 or 170 Mb | Scans included
Synthpop, Dark Wave, Alternative Pop/Rock| Label: Mute | # CD STUMM 47/INT 846.833

Music for the Masses is the sixth studio album by Depeche Mode. It was released by Mute Records on 28 September 1987. The album became the band's highest-charting in the US upon its release, reaching #35 on the Billboard 200. It also contained more hit singles than any of their previous releases. While there was no extremely popular single from the album ("People Are People" from Some Great Reward reached #13 on the Billboard Hot 100), the three singles that were released all made it onto the Hot 100, a feat that hadn't been achieved by any Depeche Mode single after those from Some Great Reward. Moreover, all three singles achieved modest success on the chart.

Depeche Mode - 101 (1989) Germany 1st Press + US 1st Press [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by Designol at March 13, 2017
Depeche Mode - 101 (1989) Germany 1st Press + US 1st Press [Re-Up]

Depeche Mode - 101 (1989) Germany 1st Press & US 1st Press
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 660/692 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 253/287 Mb | Scans included
Synthpop, Dark Wave, Alternative Pop/Rock | Label: Mute/Sire | # INT 892.650/9 25853-2

101 is a live album and documentary by Depeche Mode released in 1989 chronicling the final leg of the band's Music for the Masses Tour and the final show at the Pasadena Rose Bowl. Group member Alan Wilder is credited with coming up with the name; the performance was the 101st and final performance of the tour (and coincidentally also a famous highway in the area).

Pearl Jam - No Code (1996) Japanese Press  Music

Posted by Designol at March 13, 2017
Pearl Jam - No Code (1996) Japanese Press

Pearl Jam - No Code (1996) Japanese Press
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 345 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 144 Mb | Scans included
Genre: Alternative Rock | Label: Sony Music | # SRCS-8138 | Time: 00:49:38

A strange phenomenon with anthemic hard rock bands is that when they begin to mature and branch out into new musical genres, they nearly always choose to embrace both the music and spirituality of the East and India, and Pearl Jam is no exception. Throughout No Code, Eddie Vedder expounds on his moral and spiritual dilemmas; where on previous albums his rage was virtually all-consuming, it is clear on No Code that he has embraced an unspecified religion as a way to ease his troubles. Fortunately, that has coincided with an expansion of the group's musical palette. From the subtle, winding opener, "Sometimes," and the near-prayer of the single, "Who You Are," the band reaches into new territory, working with droning, mantra-like riffs and vocals, layered exotic percussion, and a newfound subtlety. Of course, they haven't left behind hard rock, but like any Pearl Jam record, the heart of No Code doesn't lie in the harder songs, it lies in the slower numbers and the ballads, which give Vedder the best platform for his soul-searching: "Present Tense," "Off He Goes," "In My Tree," and "Around the Bend" equal the group's earlier masterpieces.

Robert Plant - Dreamland (2002) Japanese Press  Music

Posted by Designol at Feb. 26, 2017
Robert Plant - Dreamland (2002) Japanese Press

Robert Plant - Dreamland (2002) Japanese Press
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 409 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 171 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Classic Rock, Hard Rock, Psychedelic Rock | Label: Mercury | # UICR-1024 | Time: 00:59:15

At their best, cover albums have a strange way of galvanizing an artist by returning to the songs that inspired them; the artists can find the reason why they made music in the first place, perhaps finding a new reason to make music. Robert Plant's Dreamland – his first solo album in nearly ten years and one of the best records he's ever done, either as a solo artist or as a member of Led Zeppelin – fulfills that simple definition of a covers album and goes beyond it, finding Plant sounding reinvigorated and as restless as a new artist. Part of the reason why this album works so well is that he has a new band – not a group of supporting musicians, but a real band whose members can challenge him because they tap into the same eerie, post-folk mysticism that fueled Led Zeppelin III, among other haunting moments in the Zep catalog. Another reason why this album works so well is that it finds the band working from a similar aesthetic point as classic Zeppelin, who, at their peak, often reinterpreted and extrapolated their inspirations, piecing them together to create something startlingly original.

Pearl Jam - Live On Two Legs (1998) Japanese Press  Music

Posted by Designol at Feb. 24, 2017
Pearl Jam - Live On Two Legs (1998) Japanese Press

Pearl Jam - Live On Two Legs (1998) Japanese Press
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 540 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 199 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Alternative Rock, Hard Rock, Grunge | Label: Sony | # SRCS-8851 | Time: 01:11:17

Seventy-one minutes of live Pearl Jam plus an unreleased song? It's aural nirvana for fans of the reclusive, integrity-driven Seattle quintet. Pearl Jam are nothing if not passionate and unabashedly rocking, and this 16-track offering, recorded during their Yield tour, illustrates why the mumbly voiced rock deity and his band of merry men inspire such ardor in their followers. Eddie Vedder's emotive vocals, Mike McCready and Stone Gossard's raw and raging fretwork and edgy, catchy, whisper-to-a-scream dynamics are deftly and inspiringly captured. Though a few staples (including "Jeremy") are missing, songs running the gamut of the band's seven-year career–from "Corduroy" to "Nothingman" to the Neil Young-penned "F*ckin' Up"–more than make up for any exclusions. The breadth and scope found on Live on Two Legs (a take on the Queen song, "Death on Two Legs"?) proves the once über-"alternative" Pearl Jam have struck a loud chord in the mainstream…and that's not a bad thing.

Industrie 4.0 grenzenlos (Xpert.press) (German Edition)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Nice_smile) at Feb. 23, 2017
Industrie 4.0 grenzenlos (Xpert.press) (German Edition)

Industrie 4.0 grenzenlos (Xpert.press) (German Edition) by Ulrich Sendler
German | 2016 | ISBN: 3662482770 | 270 Pages | PDF | 6.31 MB

Rory Gallagher - Defender (1987) [Non-Remastered, Germany Press]  Music

Posted by Designol at Feb. 21, 2017
Rory Gallagher - Defender (1987) [Non-Remastered, Germany Press]

Rory Gallagher - Defender (1987) [Non-Remastered, Germany Press]
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 383 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 145 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Blues Rock, British Blues | Label: Intercord | # INT 845.101 | Time: 00:55:54

Rory was never a man to sit back and let the world slip by. The 70’s saw him release 10 albums in as many years, work with a great many of his heroes and tour the world. Although his recorded output in the 1980’s was more sporadic he still toured constantly, playing some of the first rock gigs behind the iron curtain as well as cementing his live reputation in Europe and the US. ‘Defender’ his third album of the 80’s, was the first release on his own label. Capo offered him the complete artistic freedom he needed, enabling him to produce the music as he wanted. He admitted “I’m not that organised, but I want anything that I’m doing to be under control, and I want the final say on things”.

Accept - Objection Overruled (1993) [Original 1st Press]  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at Feb. 11, 2017
Accept - Objection Overruled (1993) [Original 1st Press]

Accept - Objection Overruled (1993) [Original 1st Press]
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 362 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 128 Mb | Scans | 83 Mb | Time: 47:58
RCA/BMG | 74321 12466 2
Heavy Metal

OBJECTION OVERRULED is the ninth studio album by German heavy metal band Accept, released in 1993. It is the first to feature Udo Dirkschneider on lead vocals since 1986's Russian Roulette. It was recorded at Dierks-Studios in Stommeln after pre-production at Roxx Studios. Scaled down to Udo Dirkschneider on vocals, Wolf Hoffmann on guitar, Peter Baltes on bass guitar and Stefan Kaufmann on drums, 1993’s “Objection Overruled” is certainly a return to form for these German metal legends.

Accept - Eat The Heat (1989) [Japan 1st Press]  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at Feb. 4, 2017
Accept - Eat The Heat (1989) [Japan 1st Press]

Accept - Eat The Heat (1989) [Japan 1st Press]
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 454 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 173 Mb | Scans | 81 Mb | Time: 01:02:25
EPIC/SONY | 25•8P-5227
Heavy Metal

EAT THE HEAT is the eighth studio album by German heavy metal band Accept, released in 1989. It was recorded at Dierks-Studios, in Cologne, from September 1988 to January 1989. Although Jim Stacey is presented as rhythm guitar player in the album line-up, the album credits also state that all guitar work on the album was played by Wolf Hoffmann. Jim Stacey did perform second guitar live with the band.

Accept - Russian Roulette (1986) [Japan 1st Press]  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at Feb. 4, 2017
Accept - Russian Roulette (1986) [Japan 1st Press]

Accept - Russian Roulette (1986) [Japan 1st Press]
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 306 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 127 Mb | Scans | Time: 43:23
EPIC/SONY | 32•8P-137
Heavy Metal

RUSSIAN ROULETTE is the seventh studio album by German heavy metal band Accept, released in 1986. It was again recorded at Dierks-Studios, but the band chose to self-produce rather than bring back Dieter Dierks as producer. It would be the last Accept album to feature Udo Dirkschneider as lead vocalist until the 1993 reunion album Objection Overruled. The album returns Accept to the darker, heavier sound of releases prior to the more commercial-sounding predecessor Metal Heart.