March 25, 2010

Pick Of Destiny

The Pick of Destiny is the second album by the American hard rock band Tenacious D. It also serves as a soundtrack for the movie Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny. The album was released on November 14, 2006 through Epic Records, and debuted at number eight on the Billboard 200.

The Pick of Destiny is the band's first studio release in five years, following up their 2001 self-titled debut, Tenacious D. The album was produced by the Dust Brothers' John King and features appearances by Meat Loaf, Ronnie James Dio, Tim Robbins, and Dave Grohl.

1.     "Kickapoo"      
2.     "Classico"      
3.     "Baby"      
4.     "Destiny"      
5.     "History"      
6.     "The Government Totally Sucks"      
7.     "Master Exploder"  
8.     "The Divide"  
9.     "Papagenu (He's My Sassafrass)"      
10.     "Dude (I Totally Miss You)"  
11.     "Break In-City (Storm the Gate!)"      
12.     "Car Chase City"      
13.     "Beelzeboss (The Final Showdown)"      
14.     "POD"      
15.     "The Metal"      


Free Love - Feed Us With Yr Love

Free Love was formed in 1st of December 2002, they are based in Ipoh; a small old town in Northwest of Malaysia. Members of Free Love also actively involved with their own project. The front man, Mohd Jayzuan is a singer / songwriter, Meor Shahrus Amir fronted legendary Ipoh based indie rock outfit called Muck, Mohd Nadzri is in charge with his power pop combo dubbed as The Hollows and Mohd Hazriq with Harmacy; another indie rock band from Ipoh. These lo-fi rockers are heavily influenced by indie rock music and they mixed it with a little bit of power pop.


March 21, 2010


Help! is the fifth UK and ninth US album by The Beatles, and the soundtrack from their film of the same name. Produced by George Martin for EMI's Parlophone Records, it contains (in its original British form) fourteen songs, of which seven appeared in the film Help!, these taking up the first side of the vinyl album in the same way as had the A Hard Day's Night album and including the singles "Help!" and "Ticket to Ride". The second side contained seven new releases including the very successful "Yesterday".
The American release was a true soundtrack album, mixing the first seven songs with orchestral material from the film. The holding-over of the other songs, several of which were released on the US version of the next Beatles album, Rubber Soul, created an impression of the group's direction that differed strongly in the US from the UK.

1. "Help!"  
2. "The Night Before"  
3. "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away"  
4. "I Need You" 
5. "Another Girl"  
6. "You're Going to Lose That Girl"  
7. "Ticket to Ride"  
8. "Act Naturally" 
9. "It's Only Love"  
10. "You Like Me Too Much" 
11. "Tell Me What You See"  
12. "I've Just Seen a Face"  
13. "Yesterday"  
14. "Dizzy Miss Lizzy" (Larry Williams)

March 18, 2010

The Wall (CD 2)

The Wall is the ninth studio album by English progressive rock group Pink Floyd. Presented as a double album, it was released on 30 November 1979. It was subsequently performed live, with elaborate theatrical effects, and adapted into the film Pink Floyd The Wall.

The Wall is a rock opera that centres on the character Pink, who is largely based on the band's bassist and lyricist Roger Waters. Pink encounters obstacles throughout his life, beginning with the loss of his father during World War II, continuing with abuse from his schoolteachers, an overprotective mother, and the desertion of his wife – all of which factor into Pink's isolation from society, represented by the metaphorical "Wall" of the album title.

As with most of their previous albums, The Wall is a concept album that deals largely with the theme of personal isolation. The concept was inspired by an event that occurred during the band's 1977 In the Flesh Tour, where Waters' frustration with the behaviour of the audience reached a point where he spat in the face of a fan near the stage. Waters would come to regret his actions and spoke of his desire to build a wall between himself and the audience. The Wall features a notably harsher and more theatrical style than their previous releases. Keyboardist Richard Wright left the band during production of the album, but returned to perform during later concert performances as a salaried musician.

1.     "Hey You"            
2.     "Is There Anybody Out There?"            
3.     "Nobody Home"            
4.     "Vera"            
5.     "Bring the Boys Back Home"            
6.     "Comfortably Numb"          
7.     "The Show Must Go On"            
8.     "In the Flesh"            
9.     "Run Like Hell"      
10.     "Waiting for the Worms"            
11.     "Stop"            
12.     "The Trial"      
13.     "Outside the Wall" 


The Division Bell

The Division Bell is the twelfth and last studio album by English progressive rock group Pink Floyd. It was released in the UK by EMI Records in March 1994, and shortly after in the US by Columbia Records.

Written mostly by guitarist David Gilmour and keyboardist Richard Wright, the album deals mostly with themes of communication. Recording took place in a number of locations, including the band's Britannia Row Studios, and Gilmour's houseboat, Astoria. The production team included Pink Floyd stalwarts such as producer Bob Ezrin, engineer Andy Jackson, and saxophonist Dick Parry. Gilmour's new wife, Polly Samson, co-wrote many of the album's lyrics, and Wright performed his first lead vocal on a Pink Floyd album since 1973's The Dark Side of the Moon.

The album went to number one in the UK and US, but received generally poor reviews. Former band-mate Roger Waters, when asked to comment, slated the album. Its release was followed immediately by a tour of the US, Europe, and the UK. The Division Bell was certified Gold, Platinum, and Double Platinum in the US in June 1994, and triple Platinum in January 1999.

1.     "Cluster One"      
2.     "What Do You Want from Me?"      
3.     "Poles Apart"      
4.     "Marooned"      
5.     "A Great Day for Freedom"  
6.     "Wearing the Inside Out"
7.     "Take It Back"      
8.     "Coming Back to Life"      
9.     "Keep Talking"      
10.     "Lost for Words"      
11.     "High Hopes"


March 17, 2010

Fantasy Black Channel

Fantasy Black Channel is the debut studio album by British dance-punk band Late of the Pier. It was released on 30 July 2008 in Japan through Toshiba EMI and on 4 August 2008 in the British Isles on Parlophone, the band's primary label. Five tracks had already been released as singles in the United Kingdom: "Bathroom Gurgle", "The Bears Are Coming", "Space and the Woods" and "Focker" as a double A-side, and "Heartbeat". The record peaked at number 28 on the UK Albums Chart, but failed to chart in the United States.

1.     "Hot Tent Blues"  
2.     "Broken"      
3.     "Space and the Woods"  
4.     "The Bears Are Coming"
5.     "Random Firl"
6.     "Heartbeat"      
7.     "White Snake"      
8.     "VW"
9.     "Focker"      
10.     "The Enemy Are the Future"
11.     "Mad Dogs and Englishmen"      
12.     "Bathroom Gurgle"



Rascalize is the debut album by Wirralian rock band The Rascals. Recorded with producer Ben Hillier (The Horrors, Blur, Elbow) in London, released through Deltasonic.

1.     "Rascalize"      
2.     "Out of Dreams"      
3.     "Bond Girl"  
4.     "The Glorified Collector"      
5.     "Fear Invicted Into the Perfect Stranger"      
6.     "Does Your Husband Know That You're on the Run?"      
7.     "I'd Be Lying to You"      
8.     "Freakbeat Phantom"      
9.     "People Watching"      
10.     "Stockings to Suit"  
11.     "How Do I End This?"      
12.     "I'll Give You Sympathy"    


For Those Who Have Heart

The album was released on January 23, 2007 and peaked at #17 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers chart and #43 on the Top Independent Albums chart.

Three singles from the album were released; "The Plot to Bomb the Panhandle", "The Danger in Starting a Fire", and the cover of "Since U Been Gone" that is featured in the re-release. Music videos were produced for all three of the songs.

The album was reissued on February 19, 2008. The reissue has different cover artwork, three bonus tracks; a previously unreleased song and two re-recorded songs that were originally featured on their debut album, And Their Name Was Treason, the cover of the Kelly Clarkson song "Since U Been Gone", as well as a bonus DVD that includes footage of A Day to Remember's performance in Ocala, the music videos for "The Plot to Bomb the Panhandle" and "The Danger in Starting a Fire", as well as behind the scenes footage.

   1. "Fast Forward to 2012"
   2. "Speak of the Devil" – 3:23
   3. "The Danger in Starting a Fire"
   4. "The Plot to Bomb the Panhandle"
   5. "Monument"
   6. "The Price We Pay"
   7. "Colder Than My Heart, If You Can Imagine"
   8. "Show 'Em the Ropes"
   9. "A Shot in the Dark"
  10. "Here's to the Past"
  11. "I Heard It's the Softest Thing Ever"
  12. "Start the Shooting"


Tenacious D

Tenacious D is the first studio album by the American satirical rock band Tenacious D, released on September 25, 2001 by Epic Records. The album's polished production was a departure from the band's acoustic origins, due in part to the production of the Dust Brothers. The subject matters of the songs include cannabis use, sexual intercourse and anarchy.

"Tribute" was the first single released from the album, followed by "Wonderboy". Both singles had music videos filmed for them, with the Liam Lynch–directed Tribute video achieving cult status.

1.     "Kielbasa"      
2.     "One Note Song"      
3.     "Tribute"      
4.     "Wonderboy"      
5.     "Hard Fucking"      
6.     "Fuck Her Gently"      
7.     "Explosivo"      
8.     "Dio"      
9.     "Inward Singing"      
10.     "Kyle Quit the Band"      
11.     "The Road"      
12.     "Cock Push-Ups"      
13.     "Lee"      
14.     "Friendship Test"      
15.     "Friendship"      
16.     "Karate Schnitzel"      
17.     "Karate"      
18.     "Rock Your Socks"      
19.     "Drive-Thru"      
20.     "Double Team"      
21.     "City Hall"


March 15, 2010


Intimacy is the third studio album by British indie rock band Bloc Party. It was recorded in two weeks at several locations in London and Kent during 2008 and was produced by Paul Epworth and Jacknife Lee. Inspired by the release options available in the Internet age, the band members made the album available for purchase on their website as a digital download on 21 August 2008. Minimal promotion was undertaken in the UK. The record was released in compact disc form on 24 October 2008, with Wichita Recordings as the primary label. It peaked at number 8 on the UK Albums Chart and entered the Billboard 200 in the United States at number 18.

1.     "Ares"      
2.     "Mercury"      
3.     "Halo"      
4.     "Biko"      
5.     "Trojan Horse"      
6.     "Signs"      
7.     "One Month Off"      
8.     "Zephyrus"  
9.     "Talons"      
10.     "Better Than Heaven"      
11.     "Ion Square"


A Weekend In The City

A Weekend in the City is the second studio album by British indie rock band Bloc Party. It was recorded at Grouse Lodge Studios in Westmeath, Ireland, in mid-2006 and was produced by Jacknife Lee. The record was refined and mixed at several locations in London at the end of 2006. It was released on 24 January 2007 in Japan and in the first week of February in the rest of the world, with Wichita Recordings as the primary label. The record peaked at number two on the UK Albums Chart and on the Irish Albums Chart. In the United States, it entered the Billboard 200 at number 12.

1.     "Song for Clay (Disappear Here)"      
2.     "Hunting for Witches"      
3.     "Waiting for the 7.18"      
4.     "The Prayer"      
5.     "Uniform"      
6.     "On"  
7.     "Where Is Home?"      
8.     "Kreuzberg"  
9.     "I Still Remember"      
10.     "Sunday"      
11.     "SRXT"  


Silent Alarm

Silent Alarm is the debut studio album by British indie rock band Bloc Party. Recorded in Copenhagen and London in mid-2004 with producer Paul Epworth, it was first released on 2 February 2005 in Japan, with Wichita Recordings as the primary label. The record peaked at number three on the United Kingdom Albums Chart. In the United States, it entered the Billboard 200 at number 114 and the Billboard Top Independent Albums at number seven. The double A-side "So Here We Are/Positive Tension", "Banquet", and "Pioneers" were released as singles. Silent Alarm went on to achieve worldwide sales of over one million copies.

1.     "Like Eating Glass"      
2.     "Helicopter"      
3.     "Positive Tension"      
4.     "Banquet"      
5.     "Blue Light"      
6.     "She's Hearing Voices"      
7.     "This Modern Love"      
8.     "Pioneers"      
9.     "Price of Gas"      
10.     "So Here We Are"      
11.     "Luno"      
12.     "Plans"      
13.     "Compliments"  


March 14, 2010


wisely and slow, they stumble that dance fast

This is the 2nd album from Buddhiston... U guys should try hearing all the track..NICE one!!



The band came from JAPAN but singing englis song. It really cool dude!!
SHIMA(vocal/guitar) and MARCY(drum) started the band with YAS(bass)in the summer 1999.
SHIMA named the band BUDDHISTSON...because he loves BUDDA. BUDDHISTSON got new
guitarist YOSHII a week before 1st recording...


Kamar Gelap

  1. "Tubuhmu Membiru... Tragis" (6:50) (Cholil)
  2. "Kau dan Aku Menuju Ruang Hampa" (4:01) (Cholil & Irma Hidayana)
  3. "Mosi Tidak Percaya" (3:53) (Cholil)
  4. "Lagu Kesepian" (4:29) (Cholil)
  5. "Hujan Jangan Marah" (4:29) (Adrian)
  6. "Kenakalan Remaja di Era Informatika" (4:23) (Cholil)
  7. "Menjadi Indonesia" (4:39) (Cholil)
  8. "Kamar Gelap" (4:44) (Cholil)
  9. "Jangan Bakar Buku" (4:44) (Cholil)
  10. "Banyak Asap di Sana" (4:05) (Cholil)
  11. "Laki-laki Pemalu" (5:14) (Cholil & Irma Hidayana)
  12. "Balerina" (4:02) (Cholil)


Efek Rumah Kaca

Efek Rumah Kaca adalah album studio pertama dari group musik yang juga bernama Efek Rumah Kaca. Album ini diterbitkan pada tahun 2007 . Tema dalam album ini sangat beragam, antara lain mengenai lingkungan hidup, sosial, gaya hidup, industri musik, politik, cinta, homoseksual, gangguan psikologis, religiusitas, dan lain-lain.

   1. Jalang
   2. Jatuh Cinta Itu Biasa Saja
   3. Bukan Lawan Jenis
   4. Belanja Terus Sampai Mati
   5. Insomnia
   6. Debu-Debu Berterbangan
   7. Di Udara
   8. Efek Rumah Kaca
   9. Melankolia
  10. Cinta Melulu
  11. Sebelah Mata
  12. Desember