Sunday, August 30, 2009

Bday Compilation 1

Yay! It's my bday. Since it's my birthday, I decided to post some of my favourite tracks for the world to enjoy. The tracks below are some the tracks that I have repeatedly listen throughout of my life and have changed my idea of music. There 19 of them all together. Part 1 has 10 tracks. Part 2 has 9 tracks. All songs cross between all sorts of genres. Enjoy! :)

Part 1:
1)Motorhead-Ace of Spades
2)Queen-Bohemian Rhapsody
3)Deep Purple-Highway Star
4)Metallica-The 4 Horsemen
5)Anthrax-I Am The Law
6)Venetian Snares-Öngyilkos Vasárnap
7)Creedence Clearwater Revival-Who'll Stop The Rain?
8)Creedence Clearwater Revival-Have You Ever Seen The Rain?
9)The Beatles-Across The Univers
10)Death-Lack Of Comprehension

Download part 1:

Part 2:
1)Dave Brubeck Jazz Quartet-Blue Rondo Ala Turk
2)Fastball-The Way
3)Sigh-In A Drowse
4)Have A Nice Life-Bloodhail
5)Control Denied-Expect The Unexpected
6)Have A Nice Life-Deep,Deep
7)The Misfits-Hybrid Moments
8)Tera Melos-Melody 7
9)Unexpect-Chromatic Chimera

Download Part 2:

Now if it was my 20th birthday, I would either add in The Cure's Picture of You or Ulver's Nowhere-Catastrophe Nowhere. Between those two.

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Thursday, June 4, 2009

Crocell-The God We Drowned

Melodic Death Metal always have perceived as something soft by most metalheads. This perception comes from the early In Flames album that have parts that sounds like Depeche Mode on heavy distortion and growled vocals. This album however will change the idea of Melodeath as a soft genre. This is Melodic Death Metal with an aggresive twist and anger is truly what fueled this album. The double pedalling is excellent and snares are used to the extend of a mechanical hand beating the shit out of a corpse. The guitars are melodic yet it has that chainsaw feel and is not overly technical unlike most of the tech-hype bands out there. Those tech bands really need to learn not all good songs need to be technical. The vocals are truly aggresive and deep but not to the deepness of Glen Bentton and it is obviously double tracked. Which is a good thing! Overall I give this album a 9 out of 10.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

La Coka Nostra- The LCN Familia

Good gangsta rap don't always have to come from black people. Presenting to you a bootleg of totally fuck-up group consisting of ex members of House of Pain and Non Phixion. This bootleg showcases the highlights of the band's best tracks. The tracks here are dirty, gritty and totally gangsta. If you like those kind of rap, this is totally for you. Check it out, it's worth it.

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Across The Universe OST

Legends gets their tribute in this movie and to be honest not all the songs live up to the original counterparts. My favourite part of this soundtrack is Let It Be which to me really suits the mood of the movie and a unique representation of it. The rendition of I Wanna Hold Your Hand was not right and not suitable as the original was a happy song but they changed it into a sad song here. If you haven't watch the movie, watch it. It's interesting how names like Lucy, Jude were used in the movie. As a Beatles fan I can't really say it's my favourite Beatles tribute but it has it's ups and downs. I'll give a 7 out of 10.

PS/The version of Helter Skelter here is amazing and it does justice to the original with Dana Fuch's vocals.

01. Girl - Jim Sturgess
02. Helter Skelter - Dana Fuchs
03. Hold Me Tight - Jim Sturgess, Evan Rachel Wood, Lisa Hogg
04. All My Loving - Jim Sturgess
05. I Want to Hold Your Hand - T. V. Carpio
06. With a Little Help from My Friends - Joe Anderson, Jim Sturgess & Dorm Buddies
07. It Won't Be Long - Evan Rachel Wood
08. I've Just Seen a Face - Jim Sturgess
09. Let It Be - Carol Woods, Timothy T. Mitchum
10. Come Together - Joe Cocker and Martin Luther
11. Why Don't We Do It in the Road - Dana Fuchs
12. If I Fell - Evan Rachel Wood
13. I Want You (She's So Heavy) - Joe Anderson
14. Dear Prudence - D. Fuchs, J.Sturgess, E. R. Wood, T. V. Carpio
15. Flying - The Secret Machines
16. Blue Jay Way - The Secret Machines
17. I Am the Walrus - Bono + the Secret Machines
18. Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite! - Eddie Izzard
19. Because - E. R. Wood, J. Sturgess, J. Anderson, D. Fuchs, T. V. Carpio, M. Luther
20. Something - Jim Sturgess
21. Oh! Darling - Dana Fuchs, Martin Luther
22. Strawberry Fields Forever - Jim Sturgess, Joe Anderson
23. Revolution - Jim Sturgess
24. While My Guitar Gently Weeps - Martin Luther
25. Across The Universe - Jim Sturgess
26. Happiness is a Warm Gun - Joe Anderson
27. Blackbird - Evan Rachel Wood
28. Hey Jude - Joe Anderson
29. Don't Let Me Down - Dana Fuchs
30. All You Need is Love - Jim Sturgess, Dana Fuchs
31. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds - Bono

Download them here, they're all in 3 parts.

Friday, May 22, 2009


So you think all those modern brutal death bands are crazy and very technical? Wait till you hear the album that has spawned those mindless fucking minions of them. This is Suffocation's Effigy. Death Metal that has revolutionized the playing of almost every band that has heard their name. The riffings shows that chugging can be done well and when executed perfectly the sound resembles a butchering machine ripping off the bodies of carcasses while machine gun drummings guns down enemy forces. This thing is a blood fest and totally recommended. Get it.


In this blog, I will post about my music I find interesting on the internet. My other blog is for other stuff like military, my life, memories, problems but I will dedicate this one solely for music. My love for this magical thing I call music.