Thursday, October 22, 2015

Pink and Yellow - Fractured Nostalgia (zip) (free download)

2015 compilation of colorful blasts of noise, chip-tune, and deformed samples from reclusive New Orleans DIY / lo-fi electronics artist Pink and Yellow. Originally released as a split with fellow Illuminated Paths artist Vandelay Industries , this ZIP file contains the entire Pink and Yellow half of the cassette combined with three previously unreleased bonus tracks.


Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Mr. Serv-On - Life Insurance (1997) (No Limit Records)

Track listing

  1. "Let's Get It Started"- 4:18 (Featuring Master PMia X and Silkk the Shocker)
  2. "My Best Friend"- 5:03 (featuring Master P)
  3. "Head & Shoulders"- 4:44 (featuring Mia X and Silkk the Shocker)
  4. "Heaven Is So Close"- 5:35 (Featuring Master P, Silkk the Shocker, Kenya Miller and Mo B. Dick)
  5. "It's Real"- 4:25 (Featuring Brotha Lynch Hung and Master P)
  6. "Pussy Dreams"- 4:04 (featuring Odell)
  7. "Die Rich"- 4:50 (featuring MacPrime Suspects and Lil Gotti of Gambino Family)
  8. "Who Raised Me"- 4:47 (featuring Fiend)
  9. "You Know I Would"- 3:29 (featuring Mia X)
  10. "Hustlin"- 3:45 (featuring Master P and Mystikal)
  11. "Cemetery Made"- 3:51 (featuring C-Murder)
  12. "5 Hollow Points"- 4:17 (featuring Mia X, Big Ed the Assassin, Fiend and Kane & Abel)
  13. "Tryin' to Make It Out da Ghetto"- 3:04 (featuring Master P and Mac)
  14. "Time to Check My Fetty"- 3:25 (featuring Master P)
  15. "Affiliated"- 4:09
  16. "We Ain't the Same"- 4:34 (featuring Big Ed the Assassin and Mo B. Dick)
  17. "Throw Ya City Up"- 3:59
  18. "Last Wordz"- 4:11 (featuring Mia X)

Mia X - Unlady Like - 1997

Master P - Ice Cream Man - 1996 (NO LIMIT DISCOGRAPHY)

Master P – Ice Cream Man
Label/Cat#: Priority Records – P2 53978, No Limit Records – P2 53978
Country: US
Year: 1996
Genre: Hip Hop
Style: Thug RapGangsta
Format: CD, Album

1. Intro (02:49)
2. Mr. Ice Cream Man (05:07)
3. Time For A 187 (04:08)
4. 1/2 On A Bag Of Dank (03:15)
5. Break 'Em Off Somethin' (feat. UGK(04:41)
6. How G's Ride (feat. Big Ed(03:52)
7. No More Tears (03:41)
8. The Ghetto Won't Change (03:34)
9. Commercial (01:04)
10. Playa From Around The Way (04:53)
11. Sellin' Ice Cream (03:49)
12. Time To Check My Crackhouse (04:07)
13. Bout It, Bout It II (feat. Mia X(05:07)
14. Back Up Off Me (05:12)
15. Never Ending Game (04:57)
16. Watch Dees Hoes (feat. Mr. Serv-On & Tre-8(03:18)
17. Bout That Drama (03:58)
18. Killer Pussy (03:47)
19. Things Ain't What They Used To Be (03:54)
20. My Ghetto Heroes (feat. Skull Duggery(04:43)

More information:

Master P took his music to a new level of quality on Ice Cream Man, which is his first to feature the production stable known as Beats by the Pound (i.e., KLC, Mo B. Dick, DJ Daryl, Carlos Stephens, Ken Franklin, Craig B). Themes of drugs, violence, and ghetto life are prevalent and well exploited. Ice Cream Man was Master P's best-selling album to date, and it created a significant buzz in the hardcore rap underground, setting the stage for his chart-topping follow-up, Ghetto D (1997). ~ Jason Birchmeier, All Music Guide

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Master P - Ghetto D - 1997 - MP3 DOWNLOAD

Released in September, 1997. Front cover reads, "The Man That Brought You Down South Hustlers, West Coast Bad Boyz and I'm Bout It Movie." This is Master P's sixth studio album.


Originally slated to be titled as Ghetto Dope, the name was shortened to the current title before the release due to the drug reference in the aforementioned title. The album would be one of Master P's biggest albums.


The original album cover, which depicted a crack addict sitting on a curb and smoking from a glass pipe, was recalled from store shelves. It was promptly replaced by the collage style cover.

Chart performance

The album became the biggest-selling of Master P's career, peaking at #1 on the Billboard 200 and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts with first-week sales of 260,000 copies.[6] It was mainly on the strength of the three singles released; "I Miss My Homies" (US #11), "Make 'Em Say Uhh!" (US #7), and "Burbons and Lacs" (US #3) all became hit singles in the years 1997 and 1998. "Gangstas Need Love" samples Diana Ross's hit single "Missing You", while "I Miss My Homies" samples The O'Jays' song "Brandy" from the albumSo Full of Love. In 2008 "Make 'Em Say Uhh!" it ranked #26 on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of Hip Hop. It ranked at #36 on Blender's list of the "50 Worst Songs Ever"[7] In 2008, it ranked #94 on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of Hip Hop. "Here We Go", featuring Fiendand Mystikal, was a b-side, released on the "I Miss My Homies" single. The album was certified 3x Platinum on August 4, 2006, with 3,185,221 copies sold, according to SoundScan.[8]

Saturday, October 17, 2015

The Butthole Surfers - 1987 - Locust Abortion Technician

Locust Abortion Technician is the third full-length studio album by American experimental punk band Butthole Surfers, released in March 1987. All songs were written and produced by Butthole Surfers, except for "Kuntz", which was written by an uncredited Thai artist. The album was originally released as vinyl on Touch and Go, and was remastered to CD on Latino Buggerveil in 1999.
Locust Abortion Technician's front cover illustration of two clowns playing with a dog was painted by Arthur Sarnoff, entitled "Fido and the Clowns".
Kurt Cobain listed it in his top fifty albums of all time.[5][6] It is also featured in Robert Dimsey's 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.

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Friday, October 16, 2015

Venetian Snares - Hospitality EP - 2006


Venetian Snares - Pink And Green EP - 2007

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Pink + Green" – 3:14
  2. "Nutimik" – 4:24
  3. "Husikám Rave Dojo" – 3:45
  4. "Pink + Green VIP" feat. Balazs Pandi – 5:02
  5. "Sporto Fucking Sellout Cocksuckerface" – 5:45

    Pink + Green is an EP by breakcore artist Venetian Snares released in March 2007.

    Venetian Snares - Making Orange Things (2001) DownLoad

      Making Orange Things
      Album by Paul Richard and Venetian Snares
      Making Orange Things is a 2001 noise/speedcore album by Venetian Snares and Speedranch. This is also Venetian Snares' first album on Mike Paradinas' Planet Mu label. The entire album was produced over the instant messaging client ICQ.Wikipedia
      Release dateMarch 12, 2001
    GenreNoise music

    Thursday, October 15, 2015

    Mobb Deep - The Infamous (1995) (320 MP3)

    The Infamous is the second studio album by the American hip hop duo Mobb Deep. It was released on April 25, 1995, by Loud Records. The album features guest appearances from NasWu-Tang Clan members Raekwon and Ghostface KillahA Tribe Called Quest member Q-Tip, and close Mobb Deep affiliate Big Noyd. Embedded with hyper-visual lyricism, dark soundscapes, gritty narratives, and hard beats, it marked Mobb Deep's transition from a relatively unknown rap duo to an influential and commercially successful one.

    Since its initial release, The Infamous has earned additional critical praise and has been widely regarded as a cornerstone album of New York hardcore rap.[1] Allmusic's Steve Huey gave it a five star rating, and commented "The Infamous is Mobb Deep's masterpiece, a relentlessly bleak song cycle that's been hailed by hardcore rap fans as one of the most realistic gangsta albums ever recorded [...] it has all the foreboding atmosphere and thematic sweep of an epic crime drama. That's partly because of the cinematic vision behind the duo's detailed narratives, but it's also a tribute to how well the raw, grimy production evokes the world that Mobb Deep is depicting."

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    Saturday, October 10, 2015

    Skinny Puppy - Rabies - 1989 - MP3

    Circa 1989, I bring you the sole Skinny Puppy album to feature rival iconoclast Al Jourgensen as a contributing member.

    Mediafire 320 MP3 Download of Skinny Puppy Rabies

    Sunday, September 6, 2015

    Death Grips - Fashion Week - Free Album 2015

    1."Runway J"  4:09
    2."Runway E"  3:14
    3."Runway N"  2:42
    4."Runway N"  3:01
    5."Runway Y"  4:01
    6."Runway D"  4:43
    7."Runway E"  3:25
    8."Runway A"  3:37
    9."Runway T"  2:36
    10."Runway H"  4:29
    11."Runway W"  3:29
    12."Runway H"  3:35
    13."Runway E"  2:21
    14."Runway N"  2:01
    Total length: 47:48

    This is a masterpiece, grip it here.

    1994 - Master P - The Ghetto's Tryin To Kill Me

    Original version[edit]

    1. "Intro" (00:12)
    2. "Some of These Hoes Jack" (04:38) (featuring: King George & Lil Ric)
    3. "Late Night Creepin'" (04:25) (featuring: Big Ed]
    4. "Playa Haterz" (05:17)
    5. "Somethin' Funky for the Street" (03:18)
    6. "Commercial" (02:33)
    7. "Any Thing Goes" (04:59)
    8. "Study Being for a Gangsta" (04:02) (featuring: King George)
    9. "The Ghetto's Tryin' to Kill Me!" (04:37) (featuring: Silkk the Shocker)
    10. "Bastard Child" (04:55)
    11. "Just an Everyday Thang" (05:08) (featuring: C-Murder)
    12. "Commercial Rev Intro" (01:24)
    13. "Rev. Do Wrong" (03:37) (featuring: TRU)
    14. "Hands of Dead Man" (04:41)
    15. "211" (04:03) (featuring: Sonya C)
    16. "No Limit Party" (07:10)

     Original 1994 Release / No Limit Records / NLR0188 / CD
    » MP3 / 320

     1997 - Priority Records / Re-Release / CD


    Friday, August 14, 2015

    Tweaker - The Attraction To All Things Uncertain (2001) (Chris Vrenna)

    The Attraction to All Things Uncertain is the first solo effort from Tweaker, a.k.a. Chris Vrenna, former member of Nine Inch Nails. Featuring vocals by David SylvianWill Oldham and Shudder to Think's Craig Wedren.
    1."Linoleum" (featuring David Sylvian)4:33
    2."Years from Now"  2:49
    3."Swamp" (featuring Buzz Osborne)4:21
    4."Turned"  2:32
    5."Happy Child" (featuring Will Oldham)4:27
    6."The Drive-Bye"  4:27
    7."Take Me Alive" (featuring Craig Wedren)4:28
    8."Susan"  2:48
    9."Microsize Boy"  3:13
    10."Full Cup of Coffee"  3:54
    11."Empty Sheet of Paper"  3:40
    12."After All" (featuring Craig Wedren)5:49
    13."Come Play"  4:53

    Brenoritvrezorkre ‎– Vasagraèbe Éakr Vatrè Brenoritvrezorkre (1996 Cassette)


    A1Aaprab Vergz Varbadre02:06
    A2Eakre Uatre Zurgtapre02:41
    A3Berv Tre Mve01:45
    A4Vermyapre Zuerkle Uatre01:53
    A5Kloarbe Vurtrue Zuerkle Goebtre01:59
    A6Uatr Borvuatre Zuerkle Droer08:40

    Skinny Puppy - VIVIsectIV (1988)

    VIVIsectVI (pronounced "Vivisect Six") is the fourth album by Skinny Puppy. The title of the album is a pun associating vivisectionwith satanism.
    This is the only Skinny Puppy album on which Dave Ogilvie (credited as "Rave") is given songwriting credit and listed as an official member of the band. This was also the only album (until 2004's The Greater Wrong of the Right) to feature a photo of the band. Dave Ogilvie is not included in the photo. The cover artwork was done by Steven R. Gilmore, a longtime collaborator with the band; the photo was taken by Kevin Westenberg.[3][4]

    Stabbing Westward - Wither Blister Burn + Peel (1995) (MP3)

    All songs written by Stabbing Westward.
    1. "I Don't Believe" – 4:21
    2. "Shame" – 4:54
    3. "What Do I Have to Do?" – 4:09
    4. "Why" – 6:08
    5. "Inside You" – 3:43
    6. "Falls Apart" – 3:57
    7. "So Wrong" – 3:24
    8. "Crushing Me" – 4:21
    9. "Sleep" – 5:21
    10. "Slipping Away" – 6:15

    Embryo - We Keep On - MP3 - 1973 - Krautrock

    Studio Album, released in 1973

    Songs / Tracks Listing
    1. No place to go (12:32)
    2. Flute and Saz (5:57)
    3. Ehna, Ehna, Abu Lele (8:43)
    4. Hackbrett-dance (3:54)
    5. Abdul Malek (3:15)
    6. Don't come tomorrow (3:48)

    Total Time: 38:09

    Wednesday, August 12, 2015

    Autechre - Exai

    Exai is the eleventh album by electronic music duo Autechre, released on Warp Records. The album was released in digital form on 7 February 2013,[1] with the double CD and quadruple vinyl versions released on 5 March.[2] Like other Autechre albums, Exai features album artwork by The Designers Republic.

    Exai has received positive reviews, with a Metacritic average rating of 80% based on twenty-three reviews.[3] Grayson Currin of Pitchfork Media thought the album had some good moments, but was too long at two hours, and would have been improved by more editing and trimming.[6] Chris Power of BBC Music was more enthusiastic, calling the album Autechre's best in fifteen years.[5]

    Autechre - Exai - MP3 - ZIP - Download

    Sunday, July 26, 2015

    1992 - Master P - Mama's Bad

    1992 - Master P - Mama's Bad


    Master P - Get Away Clean - 1991

    Master P - Get Away Clean - 1991


    Holger Czukay - Movies - 1979 - Can Solo Edition

    Holger Czukay - Movies - 1979 - Can Solo Edition

    from Wikipedia

    Track listing[edit]

    All songs written and composed by Holger Czukay
    Side one
    1."Cool in the Pool"  4:48
    2."Oh Lord, Give Us More Money"  13:18
    Side two
    1."Persian Love"  6:20
    2."Hollywood Symphony"  15:14
    2006 CD reissue Bonus Tracks
    5."Cool in the Pool" (Instrumental)4:57