Audio Heaven. Since all of its files have been taken down by Mediafire, I'm reuploading it here, so it can still be available for your dining and dancing pleasure. The last three songs are pretty uneventful, but the first two are alternate versions of a couple of great tracks from Idijoti's debut LP, "Mi smo ovdje samo zbog para", which are as great as the officially released ones. Enjoy!
By the way, the guy who used to run Audio Heaven now has a new blog, Pula Rock City, which features tons of rare recordings by bands from Pula; if you are interested in the rock sounds from that city, which you should be, go ahead and explore it.
1. Necu da radim za dolare (3:26)
2. Smrt (4:09)
3. Necu da radim za dolare (instrumental mix) (3:27)
4. Necu da radim za dolare (metal-dub extended remix) (8:27)
5. Smrt (instrumental mix) (4:09)
srijeda, 5. prosinca 2012.
ponedjeljak, 3. prosinca 2012.
|Picture taken at same venue, but five years later; stolen from terapija.net|
1. 4x100m (10:30)
2. #2 (7:19)
3. Vertigo (5:40)
4. O biciklizmu (4:03)
5. RU-Fruitcake 2 (3:35)
6. Sonata (3:18)
7. Moj mikro (3:34)
8. Bonus (7:27)
nedjelja, 2. prosinca 2012.
|What were the odds of finding a Croatian band's rare debut single at a Rezillos show in Los Angeles? And why didn't I buy it for $3, since it normally sells for close to $20?|
1. Wanganui (2:19)
2. Point Break (4:35)
3. Last Ride (3:25)
4. Corazon del loco Jorge (4:59)
5. High Wall (3:28)
6. Bombora (2:28)
7. Invasion of the Reverb Snatchers (4:35)
8. Chaotica (4:52)
9. Theme from Slaying Beauty (4:25)
10. The Wedge (3:07)
11. Cecilia Ann (2:19)
12. Malaguena (3:25)
13. Latinia (5:12)
subota, 1. prosinca 2012.
this compilation, here's a beautiful 10" record that came out on Man's Ruin in 1995, and features Led Zeppelin covers as performed by Killdozer and Ritual Device. Both full-length songs are amazing; Killdozer's track even features harmonica solos, which is surely not common on a Killdozer recording. Right now I can't remember whether it's a first for them, or there might have been some way back on their "experimental" record, "Snakeboy" (still my favourite). As for the short "Hotdog", it was a throwaway tune to begin with, but hey, we can't all be Nine Pound Hammer.
|Best. Cover. Ever.|
1. Killdozer - When the Levee Breaks (9:35)
2. Ritual Device - No Quarter (10:42)
3. Ritual Device - Hotdog (2:26)