What happens when a website says "not available for viewing in your country" ? maybe illegal downloading increases ?

Sunday, May 31, 2015


Led Zeppelin 1977.06.xx ForBadgeHoldersOnlyDVD
1977.06.xx Inglewood DVD
2.07 GB

The Forum Inglewood California USA 1977 DVD

info about Led Zep concerts and audio bootleg links for June 1977 shows here
 - http://rambleonzep.com/calendars/calendar-1977-06.htm

if the links are dead for audio bootlegs in above link,
try this mega post https://mega.co.nz/
at -

part 1
part 2
part 3
part 4
part 5
part 6
part 7
part 8

for DVD, download all WinRar links above to unarchive
for WinRar program

synched from hidden Super8 films from the Los Angeles concerts
L.A. was one of Led Zeppelin's fave cities to visit.

These are bits of different songs, these are only brief segments of songs recorded on different days
Thanks to the original fans who recorded film+audio, thanks to those who compiled/created this DVD, and to the original uploader.
I forgot where I downloaded this from.

June 22nd-7:20 minutes

June 23rd-9:37 minutes
(when Keith Moon jumps onstage and Robert Plant gets on drums for a second.)

June 26th-17:50 minutes + 2:21 minutes

Led Zeppelin
For Badge Holders Only, 18cd+1dvd by Empress Valley (EVSD 465~482 & EVSDVD 016)
The Forum, Inglewood, California, USA

video: 8mm color footage w/ synched audio

lineage: original dvd&DVD Shrink

Disc (EVSDVD 016):

June 22, 1977
The Song Remains the Same
Sick Again
Over the Hills and Far Away
Achilles Last Stand

June 23, 1977
Trampled Underfoot
Moby Dick
Guitar Solo
Achilles Last Stand
Stairway To Heaven
Whole Lotta Love / Rock and Roll

June 26, 1977
The Song Remains the Same
Sick Again
Over the Hills And Far Away
No Quarter
Ten Years Gone
Moby Dick
Guitar Solo
Achilles Last Stand
Stairway To Heaven
It'll Be Me
It'll Be Me (alternate video)

SCREENSHOTS below of  this short DVD

rock book

Rock Star Babylon By Holmes, Jon book scans

Here are SOME pages with funny stories I wanted to red again.
I didn't scan the whole book,
as I might as well just go buy a copy then because it might be cheaper than photocopying.

here'a few pages to give you an idea.

Metallica - And Justice For Jason Remix

got to

Metallica - And Justice For Jason Remix (bootleg) @192

1 hour 7 minutes 8 seconds

1. Blackened (6:42)
2. And justice for all (9:53)
3. Eye of the beholder (6:32)
4. One (7:35)
5. Shortest straw (6:48)
6. Harvester of sorrow (5:48)
7. Frayed ends of sanity (7:52)
8. To live is to die (9:46)
9. Dyer's eve (6:12)

sounds lacking, but what the hell, it is free and you hear bass playing.

I read it is a guy playing his bass on top of the album in the background,
and not the actual playing with Jason 's bass being boosted in the mix.

Saturday, May 30, 2015

Cassidy mixtape

If you are old enough, you will remember this guy as one of the stars of the early 1970s TV series The Partridge Family

here is a David Cassidy mixtape. Was on a different website some years ago. This compilation has the best songs taken from his solo albums.in chronological order.
The folders inside say-
1972 Cherish @320 Buddha Records
1972 Rock Me Baby @320
1973 Dreams Are Nuthin'More Than Wishes @320
1975 The Higher They Climb The Harder They Fall @320
1976 Getting' It In The Street @320
1976 Home Is Where the Heart Is
1990 CD @320
1992 Didn't You Used To Be

Total number of folders = 8

2 hours 23 minutes 30 seconds

part 1
part 2
part 3
get all 3 WinRar links then open the archive.

for WinRar program
use the Wizard icon / button until you are more comfortable using the program and where you want to open or create an archive.
(You can ignore the "must buy winrar"  pop-up message after the free trial offer expires.
The program will still work, but maybe won't allow the use of all of its features.)

1. I Just Wanna Make You Happy (2:21)
2. Could It Be Forever (2:20)
3. Blind Hope (3:17)
4. I Lost My Chance (2:41)
5. We Could Never Be Friends ('Cause We've Been Lovers Too Long) (2:52)
6. Ricky's Tune (3:26)

7. Rock Me Baby (3:31)
8. Lonely Too Long (3:24)
9. Warm My Soul (3:00)
10. Some Kind of a Summer (3:42)
11. (Oh No) No Way (2:38)
12. How Can I Be Sure (3:10)

13. Sing Me (3:15)
14. Bali Ha'i (2:37)
15. Mae (2:55)
16. Daydreamer (2:46)
17. Can't Go Home Again (4:29)
18. Preyin' On My Mind (3:26)

19. When I'm a Rock 'N' Roll Star (4:45)
20. Be-Bop-A-Lula (2:36)
21. I Write the Songs (3:40)
22. Darlin' (3:26)
23. Get It Up for Love (3:19)
24. Fix of Your Love (3:13)
25. Common Thief (3:54)

26. Gettin' It In The Street (4:05)

27. On Fire (2:35)
28. Damned If This Ain't Love (3:26)
29. January (2:56)
30. Fool In Love (2:49)
31. Tomorrow (4:36)
32. Breakin' Down Again (3:44)
33. Take This Heart (3:26)

34. Labor of Love (4:49)
35. You Remember me (4:44)
36. Lyin' to Myself (4:00)
37. Living Without you (3:23)
38.  Stranger in Your Heart (4:18)

39. Raindrops (4:18)
40. For All The Lonely (5:05)
41. One True Love (4:33)

listen or download mp3's

Todd &; The Book Of Pure Evil-The Original Short Film 2003 theme (metal instrumental).mp3

Linus and Lucy [From Peanuts].mp3

SACRIFICE 01-turn_in_your_grave Reh [ripped by SonicBludgeon].mp3

Sacrifice 1985 Violence and Force.mp3

watch or download

Facebook-Brazzers - funny - dog playing with himself…video

Hogan Uncensored

here is an interesting radio program.
Besides fans asking questions about fags in the movie industry, why he no longer made movies, the famous match with Andre The Giant at Wrestlemania, etc
Hogan also mentions about one time he was so depressed sitting at home, he was drinking a bottle of rum, taking Xanax, and had a gun to his head...

Hogan Uncensored 04-12-10 CF64K-SirReg.mp3

53 minutes

Hulh Hogan at Bubba The Love Sponge's studio answering fan's phone calls


Thursday, May 28, 2015

ay yi yi yi Vilma

oh, so I thought I lost my library card..check all my pants, all my jackets, all my gymbags, etc...nothing, so I phone and they put a lock on my card so nobody can attempt to use it...
I pick up one of the pairs of jeans I checked to throw in with the laundry-to-do... and the card is now in a pocket where it wasn't  a few minutes before...
aaaaay --yi-- yiii


The Flintstones: Season 3, Episode 27

Swedish Visitors (29 Mar. 1963)


Friday, May 22, 2015

Carpathian Forest

Carpathian Forest (1998) Black Shining Leather - Through Chasm, Caves, And Titan Woods

1 hour 9 minutes 22 seconds 
 1998 LP

1. Black Shining Leather (4:32)
2. The Swordsmen (4:07)
3. Death Triumphant (4:27)
4. Sadomasochistic (4:02)
5. Lupus (3:06)
6. Pierced Genitalia (4:18)
7. In Silence I Observe (3:42)
8. Lunar Nights (6:34)
9. Third Attempt (3:18)
10. The Northern Hemishere (6:42)
11. A Forest (5:57) (The Cure cover)

 1995 EP

12. Carpathian Forest (2:28)
13. The Pale Mist Hovers Towards The Nightly Shores (2:56)
14. The Eclipse/The Raven (3:42)
15. When Thousand Moon Have Circled (4:00)
16. Journey Through The Cold Moors Of Svarttjern (5:31) 

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Quiet Riot 5-29-80 Whiskey Reunion (.FLAC files)

Quiet Riot
Reunion 5-29-80
Whiskey A Go-Go
LA Ca.


V.Kevin DuBrow
G.Randy Rhoads
B.Rudy Sarzo
D.Drew Forsythe

1.Gonna Have A Riot
2.Lie Back And Let Me In
3.Breaking Up Is A Heartache
4.Picking Up The Pieces
5.Drive Me Crazy
6.Laughing Gas(With Randys Solo)
7.Laughing Gas Continued(cuts in)
8.Back To The Coast
9.Slick Black Cadillac

Thanks to the original uploader !!!

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Neil Young

Neil Young 1983 Everybody's Rockin'


Neil Young 1983 Everybody's Rockin' FLAC LEVEL 8 BEST

Cameras are rolling today

The ghost stuff the past week was getting more and  more annoying.

cleaned up, moved  a lot of stuff around, as I had an annual inspection,  to make sure my home was safe and in proper order.
If any damages occurred , etc.

and before and AFTER the building manager was here,
lots of activity.

Seems bold enough to maybe be caught on camera.

It definitely keeps poking me in the f'n back...


Here is good advice...wonder if Jason Bourne taught them??


In public, you may need to conceal yourself in a crowd. Criminals especially will attempt to pick you out from a crowd to be targeted. The purpose of this guide is to make you as invisible to the public eye as possible.


Avoid Being Picked Out in a Crowd Step 1.jpg
Don't try to stand out. If you have the mentality that you want to stand out, then you will. You won't blend in to the crowd if you are making a scene. Blending in is 50% mental.


Final Conflict (USA)

Final Conflict (1987) Ashes to Ashes debut LP (re-release 2014)


In the mid-1980s, a German tapetrader wrote back to me, and included one of my picks, FINAL CONFLICT ' s 1985 demo tape.
I read about them in MRR, Maximum Rock N Roll magazine I guess (MRR website here) , and reviews / interviews in other photocopied hardcore punk, and thrash metal fanzines,

When I first listened to it,
I thought the tapetrader made a mistake, as it sounded very good and ripping (despite Maxell or BASF chrome tape hiss) and maybe it was this hc punk band's album instead of the demo tape ?!

(That still would have been cool, but I yet didn't know too many thrashers in Toronto .
But recording vinyl LP 's onto cassette was just as important or more important than copying demo / rehearsal / live bootleg tapes).
SKIP AHEAD 29 years approx... 

I downloaded the demo in 2007 or 2009,  to hear it again after all this time.
In the late 1990s, there was a huge disappointing feeling that many little-known bands I used to love listening to, were probably gone for good from my life.

(Funny...I used to work  in a printing press plant..so, I can say that, mmm, ok !? ..ha ha!)

In early 2007, finally moved into an apartment with a telephone land-line, and by the end of September, not only connected to the internet, but seen how much it advanced since 2002, now that I could spend as much time as I wanted on it compared to the public library or internet cafe!
Definitely a plus, having internet at home... sit around only in your underwear, blast tunes super-loud on ypur stereo, drink beer for cheap, eetc etc

 My sister told me about FaceBook. (uh oh!!)
Joined that site
- reconnected to old friends like Skar on FaceBook, joined "discussion groups" about heavy metal and thrash metal,, and started hearing whispers of     "mp3 downloading".. ...  shhhhhhhh!!!

This was after the gigantic Napster / Metallica mess, which had never affected me...as I never downloaded before! (unless jpg's of Toronto Sun and MOJO 640 AM Radio chicks count as downloads?)

The ONLY audio disc not bought by me in the late 1990s, was a birthday mix audio CD-R my sister made out of mp3's, as she was the brains that knew of all the websites at the time where you could find million of free songs,


I was like any other guy that was born / lived in Toronto.

When city boys were ever told, or if we suspected we are not allowed, or probably should NOT,
climb on top of garage roofs, school roofs, sneak into private areas of stores or other buildings like factories, or whatever...

"Breakin the Law, Breakin The law" HA HA

Started seeing a couple bands, with names I recognize,such as HEATHEN,  and SINDROME, giving away free mp3 downloads of demo and albums that were OOP Out Of Print.

Then, the more I searched / looked / "surfed the net", many more  familiar bands from the past were appearing on blog-spots and forums...

HECK !! even workers sitting at their terminals were giving away music from the unknown / hidden parts of their employer's websites!

The punks and hippies that believed music should be free for all people to enjoy,  had re-emerged, thankfully!

but not everybody or everything was 100 % simply out in the open. Not always easy to find !

Which was good,
to prevent any shutdowns.

anyways, soon going to end this little internet history of my past. 
and back to FINAL CONFLICT.

The internet first in the late 1990s for me on a BASIC computer (first an XT, upgraded to a 486...started using Windows 3.1...and by 19999, was using the best  and easiest version ever for an operating system, WINDOWS '95 )
 so, OK, starting
with very basic text, simple screens, and  spending most activity in IRC chat-rooms , getting drunk at home when not working , and goofing off with friends and insulting strangers like we were 12 years old.

The internet had a hold of me like drugs...but then IT REALLY GOT CRAZY starting ion 2007.

I would not sleep for days!!..I would keep web-surfing ,  searching hundreds or even thousands of websites links nonstop ALL WEEK, , page after page after page,
looking to see if a particular  demo or album or single existed online and  could be downloaded.

Yeah, 90 % of the time, I was killing my eyes and back for nothing, but man, it felt so amazing to be able to finally download for free, some band I read about from from the 1970s or 80s in magazines, BUT NEVER heard a note of the music ever on any radio station,

back to 
Final Conflict (1987) Ashes to Ashes debut LP (re-release 2014)

Heard them both the demo and the LP , by the early 1990s,
and still could barely tell a difference between the two recordings.

Ashes to Ashes  was re-released on vinyl in 2014

A couple of nasty reviews about this new vinyl pressing (.I ripped for you here).

Reviews said that the quality on the re-released debut was shoddy--- had very poor workmanship, (or inferior materials were used?..not surprising of that was the case.
In the 1980s, bands had the choice of picking  a very inferior type of vinyl wax to press their records on.
The cheapest costing vinyl material would sound very scratchy and lots of surface noise, with low volume.

These days, due to a lack of record pressing plants, and in the 1990s, most of the skilled, and knowledgeable machinists / pressmen / workers had been forced to retire or were fired.
Maybe there is still a lack of simply knowing how to attain the best sounding vinyl, which includes quality control and mastering technique?

The idiots that shut down the majority of the vinyl factories have made the music industry suffer. 

Tradesmen may not be as excellent for a few decades until everyone knows the intricacies of the stampers like teh grandfathers did in the 1970s??
That did not stop me from buying other FINAL CONFLICT vinyl releases in the past few years, (which I will share with you here later, so keep visiting back).
Since a record company or pressing plant or whoever remastered it,
had 'screwed up' Ashes to Ashes supposedly) , it was a cool bonus to find it was uploaded onto band-camp for free download.by Tankcrimes.

You can get the free download from Tankcrimes.


TANKCRIMES has shared a lot of free music.

I should buy more of their releases / mrech.

Sounds great, so no doubt , the CD (and maybe cassette tape version) sound excellent like the original pressing in 1987.

28 minutes 57 seconds

1. Apocalypse Now! (1:38)
2. One Answer (1:29)
3. Private War (2:07)
4. Crucifixion (2:06)
5. Abolish Police (2:38)
6. Shattered Mirror (2:38)
7. Burial Service (2:09)
8. What Kind of Future? (1:23)
9. Constant Fear (2:59)
10. Political Glory (1:49)
11. Central America (1:34)
12. Outcasts (1:28)
13. Self-Righteous Pigs (2:44)
14. The Last Sunrise (2:15)

Final Conflict (1987) Ashes to Ashes rematerd(?)

Check it out - FLAC

Thrashing Like a MALAKA


VA - Thrashing Like A Maniac (2010) compilation [Earache Records]

54 minutes 50 seconds

1. Bonded by Blood - Immortal Life (2:55)
2. Evile - Thrasher (3:09)
3. Municipal Waste - The Art of Partying (2:05)
4. Dekapitator - Deathstrike Command (4:22)
5. Fueled by Fire - Massive Execution (2:57)
6. Decadence - Corrosion (3:41)
7. Warbringer - Total War (4:16)
8. SSS - Overload (2:53)
9. Gama Bomb - Zombi Brew (2:29)
10. Merciless Death - Exumer (2:51)
11. Deadfall - Resistance Is Futile (4:19)
12. Lazarus - Last Breath (4:36)
13. Toxic Holocaust - War Is Hell (3:25)
14. Mutant - Psycho Therapy (4:42)
15. Violator - Atomic Nightmare (3:39)
16. Send More Paramedics - Twilight of the Flies (2:31)

cd rip @ FLAC level 8 Best

I must ask you....

I have already prepared my counter-proposal. It reads thusly: You may strategically place your wonderful lips upon my posterior and kiss it repeatedly!
Here are my terms: Goest thou to hell, and swiftly please, and there may Azmodaeus himself suckle from your diseased teat! 

'What do you mean, I should upload or re-upload, and not just make requests?"

Zoom in (real dimensions: 396 x 303)http://i.imgur.com/8v7N8VA.jpg
'Do yo mean I should be spending my time doing what you do?'
Zoom in (real dimensions: 408 x 299)http://i.imgur.com/V9HETdt.jpg
Can't you just give me everything in your collection for free?
Zoom in (real dimensions: 403 x 300)http://i.imgur.com/53oUYPk.jpg
If I  start uploading, then won't that will cut into my time as a sponge?
Zoom in (real dimensions: 406 x 300)http://i.imgur.com/Ei7CilM.jpg

I don't have any albums or cd's or tapes or a stereo to convert these valuable metals you speak of.
It is right for you, and for you to must.
Can you send me some of your money and maybe someday I also do these great things you speak of !
No, I  do not know what has happen to mp3's from this great metal site!
BUT first to correct and for solution, everybody make new mp3's.
Do you accuse me!?
Stop! I think you must stop accusing, and send all your rare metals to internet for this is correct and goodly position ways for metal peoples,
and I can not talk any More today, you see government here shut down this buildings and now we have stinky water and coconut telephone internet