New York Dolls

The New York Dolls are an american punk-rock band, formed in New York City in 1971. In 2004 the band reformed with three of their original members, two of whom, David Johansen and Sylvain Sylvain, continue on today and have released two records of new material. The original bassist, Arthur Kane died shortly after their first reunion concert.
The band's protopunk sound prefigured much of what was to come in the punk rock era; their visual style influenced the look of many new wave and 1980s-era glam metal groups, and they began the local New York scene that later spawned the Ramones, Blondie, Television and Talking Heads, among others.

New York Dolls is the first album released by the American rock band the New York Dolls. The album's proto punk sound is mixed with influences of glam rock and rock & roll. In 2003, the album was ranked number 213 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.[4] The track "Personality Crisis" is ranked #267 on the Rolling Stone magazine's list of "the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time".

01. Personality Crisis
02. Looking for a Kiss
03. Vietnamese Baby
04. Lonely Planet Boy
05. Frankenstein
06. Trash
07. Bad Girl
08. Subway Train
09. Pills
10. Private World
11. Jet Boy

Too Much Too Soon, aka New York Dolls in Too Much Too Soon, is the second album by New York Dolls and last studio album by the original recording line-up. The album was produced by Shadow Morton, a songwriter and record producer closely associated with the Shangri-Las. The album's title is taken from the title of the autobiography of actress Diana Barrymore, to whom the album is also dedicated. The autobiography was also made into a film of the same name.

01. Babylon
02. Stranded in the Jungle
03. Who Are the Mystery Girls?
04. (There's Gonna Be A) Showdown
05. It's Too Late
06. Puss 'N' Boots
07. Chatterbox
08. Bad Detective
09. Don't Start Me Talkin'
10. Human Being

New York Dolls - Endless Party (1973)

Demos - Planet Studios, 1973
These demos were recorded in March 1973 at Planet Studios in NYC with Paul Nelson producing.

Track Listing
01. Babylon
02. Private World
03. Subway Train
04. Who Are The Mystery Girls
05. Frankenstein
06. It's Too Late
07. Bad Detective
08. Back in the USA
09. 7 Day Weekend
10. Endless Party
11. Human Being

The Wild Bunch - Shake Your Money Maker

The Wild Bunch, a Blues band from Republic of Macedonia plays the famous "Shake Your Money Maker". This video is from a performance that happened on 6-th July, 2001 in Skopje (Capital of Macedonia) at the annual "Blues & Soul Festival".
The Video is not so good (synchronized), but the sound is great! Enjoy !!!

Rare Earth - Different World (1993)

01. She's Trouble
02. Livin' in a Different World
03. Reach Out
04. I Got the Feeling
05. Can't Stop Love
06. Lady Madonna
07. Slippin' Away
08. Live It Up
09. How Sweet It Is
10. Hey, Pretty Baby
11. Tobacco Road

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

and for The End... the best smile in the western movies

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Lord Humungus ride Wez

Tell Your Children

Propaganda film that relates the story, as told by high school principal Dr. Carroll to parents at a PTA meeting, of the scourge of marijuana. The tale revolves around Mae and Jack, accomplices in the distribution of marijuana, who manage to entice the local high school kids to stop by Mae's apartment to smoke reefer. The lives of all who are involved with this menace are inevitably shattered. One man becomes so addicted to the killer weed that the guilt over framing a teen for murder causes a judge to order him to be committed for life to a mental hospital! Dr. Carroll closes by advising us to not incur the same tragedy.

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Screenshot from the colorized version of Reefer Madness.

Raquel Welch crucified!

If you’re a wrestling fan, you’ll remember a couple of years back when The Undertaker crucified Stone Cold Steve Austin on his devilish symbol… and this caused quite a stir, the segment actually being edited out on Canadian television! Now imagine being back in 1966 and witness the following image by photographer Terry O’Neill, where Raquel Welch was on the verge of stardom for her role in One Million Years BC. O’Neill claimed that this piece was a reflection on the ideal of womanhood of the time, as women were valued only for their sexuality. Fans probably didn’t care for the deep thought… but controversy brewed nevertheless. As you can guess, the real official poster presented a less provocative Raquel pose… but still sexy.

F&L Vegas

The Wild Sounds of Satan's Sadists!

The music for the film was composed by Harley Hatcher and performed by Hatcher, Paul Wibier and the Nightriders. It's hard to pin down a style because it's a mixture -- a little bubblegum, a little acid rock, some groovy instrumentals -- and it's very much of its time.

01. Satan (Theme) - Paul Wibier
02. Gotta Stop That Feeling - The Nightriders
03. Nice Set... (dialogue)
04. Is It Better to Have Loved and Lost? - Paul Wibier
05. I'm On My Way Out - The Nightriders
06. Firewater - Harley Hatcher
07. I Like the Way You Work - The Nightriders
08. Baby How I Fell For You - The Nightriders
09. Anchor's Speech (dialogue) - Russ Tamblyn
10. Love in the Afternoon - Harley Hatcher
11. Can You Dig It? - Harley Hatcher
12. Traces of Love - Harley Hatcher
13. The Chase Is On - Harley Hatcher
14. Born Mean - The Nightriders
15. Vietnam (dialogue)
16. Satan (Alternate Version)
17. Radio Spot (30 second)
18. Radio Spot (15 second)

Melissa Manchester

For god's sake man, this is a kids movie !!!

Velvet Goldmine OST

1. Brian Eno - Needle in the Camel's Eye
2. Shudder To Think - Hot Ones
3. Placebo - 20th Century Boy
4. The Venus In Furs - 2HB
5. Wylde Ratttz - T.V Eye
6. Shudder to Think - Ballad of Maxwell Demon
7. Grant Lee Buffalo - The Whole Shebang
8. The Venus In Furs - Ladytron
9. Pulp - We Are The Boys
10. Roxy Music - Virginia Plain
11. Teenage Fanclub & Donna Matthews - Personality Crisis
12. Lou Reed - Satellite Of Love
13. T-Rex - Diamond Meadows
14. Pual Kimble & Andy Mackay - Bitter's End
15. The Venus In Furs - Baby's On Fire
16. The Venus In Furs - Bitter-Sweet
17. Carter Burwell - Velvet Spacetime
18. The Venus In Furs - Tumbling Down
19. Steve Harley - Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me)


Chronological Marvel Civil War (complete)

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007- Civil War Opening Shot Sketchbook.cbr
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009- Marvel Spotlight - Mark Millar, Steve McNiven.cbr
010- She-Hulk v2 08.cbr
011- Wolverine 42.cbr
012- Amazing Spider-Man v2 532.cbr
013- Civil War Frontline 1.cbr
014- Thunderbolts v3 103.cbr
015- Civil War 2.cbr
016- Civil War Frontline 02.cbr
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018- Amazing Spider-Man v2 533.cbr
019- New Avengers 21.cbr
020- Fantastic Four 538.cbr
021- Wolverine 043.cbr
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029- X-Factor v2 9.cbr
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031- New Avengers 23.cbr
032- Black Panther v4 18.cbr
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034- Wolverine v3 45.cbr
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036- Young Avengers & Runaways 2.cbr
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049- Wolverine v3 47.cbr
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059- Cable & Deadpool 32.cbr
060- Captain America v5 22.cbr
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062- Fantastic Four 540.cbr
063- Ms. Marvel 8.cbr
064- New Avengers v4 24.cbr
065- Civil War Choosing Sides.cbr
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067- Civil War 5.cbr
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074- Wolverine v3 48.cbr
075- Punisher War Journal v2 1.cbr
076- Black Panther v4 22.cbr
077- Black Panther v4 23.cbr
078- Captain America v5 24.cbr
079- Civil War War Crimes.cbr
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081- Fantastic Four 541.cbz
082- Winter Soldier Winter Kills.cbr
083- Moon Knight 7.cbr
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085- Moon Knight 9.CBR
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088- Civil War Frontline 10.cbr
089- Amazing Spider-Man 537.cbr
090- Punisher War Journal v2 2.cbr
091- Punisher War Journal v2 3.cbr
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098- Black Panther v4 25.cbr
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104- Civl War The Confession.cbr
105- Civil War The Initiative.cbr
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Charles Bukowski - Hostage (1980)

Originally released in 1985, this title was recorded live at the Sweetwater in Redondo Beach, California, in April 1980. Features Bukowski's inimitable voice riffing on life and the city he knew so well! Charles Bukowski, arguably the most influential poet of the 20th century, recorded live at California's Sweetwater, in April 1980. At age 35, after a decade of too many parties and too many pills, Bukowski found himself in a Los Angeles Hospital with severe internal hemorrhaging. Shortly after, he began to write. German-born Bukowski turned the sleaze and filth of L.A.'s urban ditch into free-verse poetry and clean prose. In the interim, he developed a huge underground following, largely from his column called "Notes of a Dirty Old Man" and his infamous disorderly poetry readings on U.S. college campuses. This live recording captures Bukowski at his best - with microphone, audience, and perhaps even a beer, in hand.

Дружината на Мики Маус

Синхронизирано на македонски јазик

Tim Buckley - Starsailor (1970)

Starsailor is a album, released on Frank Zappa's Straight Records label. It marks the moment Buckley's folk rock origins became invisible as he fully incorporated jazz rock and avant-garde styles in to his music. Although it is often regarded as not being accessible to many people,[citation needed] it also contains his best known song "Song to the Siren". This more accessible song was written much earlier than Starsailor's newer material, originally in a more traditional folk arrangement, as shown on the later released compilation album Morning Glory: The Tim Buckley Anthology. Bunk Gardner, a former member of the Mothers of Invention, joined Buckley's normal band to record the album. Also, Buckley began working again with lyricist Larry Beckett, after a three-album absence.

01. Come Here Woman
02. I Woke Up
03. Monterey
04. Moulin Rouge
05. Song To The Siren
06. Jungle Fire
07. Starsailor
08. The Healing Festival
09. Down By The Borderline