The Residents - The Third Reich 'n Roll (1976)

The Third Reich 'n Roll is a album by the U.S. avant-garde rock group The Residents. Their second (officially) released album, it is a parody and satire of pop music and commercials from the 1960s. The work consists of two side-long pastiches of various songs from the period. The liner notes state that approximately 30 songs have been utilised. Some are obvious, while others are almost unrecognizable. It has been suggested[by whom?] that the following is the album's "true" track listing (none of these songs are listed on the album cover):

1. Swastikas on Parade (recorded 1974)– 17:34
-Let's Twist Again (German version--sampled)
-Monster Mash (opening noises only)
-Land of a Thousand Dances
-Hanky Panky
-A Horse with No Name
-Double Shot Of My Baby's Love
-The Letter
-Psychotic Reaction
-Revolution 9
-Little Girl
-Papa's Got a Brand New Bag (German version)
-Talk Talk (The Music Machine)
-I Want Candy (Ambiguous)
-To Sir, with Love (Ambiguous)
-Wipe Out
-Heroes and Villains (Ambiguous)

2. Hitler Was A Vegetarian (recorded 1975)– 18:27
-Judy In Disguise (With Glasses)
-96 Tears
-It's My Party
-Keem-O-Sabe (The Electric Indian)
-Nut Rocker (Ambiguous)
-Light My Fire
-Asia Minor (Ambiguous)
-Ballad of the Green Berets
-Yummy Yummy Yummy
-Rock Around the Clock
-Pushing Too Hard (The Seeds)
-Good Lovin'
-Sunshine of Your Love
-Hey Jude
-Sympathy for the Devil

3. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" - 4:38 (mono)
4. Loser (is congruent to) Weed" - 2:12 (mono)

Some of these songs are played simultaneously. America's "A Horse With No Name" is slightly newer than the rest of the hits on the album, but matches The Swinging Medallions' "Double Shot of my Baby's Love" exactly. Vocals from The Rolling Stones' "Sympathy for the Devil" are performed during a guitar solo to the tune of The Beatles' Hey Jude.

The album generated controversy due to its cover art which featured television entertainer Dick Clark in a Nazi uniform holding a carrot while surrounded by swastikas and pictures of a dancing Adolf Hitler in both male and female dress. A version was marketed in the 1980s for German consumption which heavily censored much of the cover art by stamping the word "censored" over every Nazi reference.

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RIP Dennis Hopper (May 17, 1936 – May 29, 2010)

Hollywood actor Dennis Hopper, best known for directing and starring in the 1969 cult classic Easy Rider, died on Saturday from complications of prostate cancer, a friend of the actor said. Hopper was 74.

In a wildly varied career spanning more than 50 years, Hopper appeared alongside his mentor James Dean in Rebel Without a Cause and Giant in the 1950s and played maniacs in such films as Apocalypse Now, Blue Velvet and Speed.

He received two Oscar nominations - for writing Easy Rider (with co-star Peter Fonda and Terry Southern), and for a rare heartwarming turn as an alcoholic high-school basketball coach in the 1986 drama Hoosiers.

But his prodigious drug abuse, temper tantrums, propensity for domestic violence and poor choice of movie roles often made him a Hollywood pariah.

Hopper felt over-indulgence was a requirement for great artists. He once claimed he snorted lines of cocaine "as long as your arm every five minutes, just so I could carry on drinking ... gallons" of alcohol.

Still, his legacy rests securely on Easy Rider. Regarded as one of the greatest films of American cinema, it helped usher in a new era in which the old Hollywood guard was forced to cede power to young filmmakers such as Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese.

The low-budget blockbuster, originally conceived by Fonda, introduced mainstream moviegoers to pot-smoking, cocaine-dealing, long-haired bikers.

"We'd gone through the whole '60s and nobody had made a film about anybody smoking grass without going out and killing a bunch of nurses," Hopper told Entertainment Weekly in 2005. "I wanted Easy Rider to be a time capsule for people about that period."

Hopper and Fonda were joined on screen by a then-unknown Jack Nicholson as an alcoholic lawyer, but it was not a harmonious set. Hopper clashed violently with everyone and Fonda later described him as a "little fascist freak." Their friendship was destroyed.

"Dennis introduced me to the world of Pop Art and 'lost' films," Fonda said in a statement. "We rode the highways of America and changed the way movies were made in Hollywood. I was blessed by his passion and friendship."

Hopper's 1971 directorial follow-up, The Last Movie, shot amid what he later called "one long sex and drug orgy" in Peru, was a flop.

He was often gripped by paranoid delusions. In 1982, while filming Jungle Warriors in Mexico, he ran naked into the jungle, convinced World War Three had started. He was put on a plane home but jumped out onto the wing as it was about to take off, fearful that the plane was on fire. Upon his return, he was admitted to a psychiatric hospital for three months.

He starred in bad movies just for the money, such as Super Mario Bros and Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 and turned down important projects that could have enhanced his legend, such as Taxi Driver and Reservoir Dogs.

Hopper also found himself typecast as the psychotic villain thanks to such films as Blue Velvet in which he played a gas-huffing rapist, and the 1994 smash Speed in which his character rigged a city bus to explode.

Outside of Hollywood, he was a noted photographer, painter, sculptor and art collector. He lived in a warehouse-style compound in the coastal suburb of Venice, in a neighborhood that was gang-infested until a decade ago.

Indeed, his private life was never dull. His marriages included an eight-day union in 1970 with Michelle Phillips of the Mamas and Papas, who later told Vanity Fair that she was subjected to "excruciating" treatment.

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Ronnie James Dio (July 10, 1942 – May 16, 2010) was an American heavy metal vocalist and songwriter. He performed with, amongst others, Elf, Rainbow, Black Sabbath, Heaven & Hell, and his own band Dio. Other musical projects include the collective fundraiser Hear 'n Aid. He was widely hailed as one of the most powerful singers in heavy metal, renowned for his consistently powerful voice and for popularizing the "devil's horns" hand gesture in metal culture. Prior to his death, he was collaborating on a project with former Black Sabbath bandmates Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, and Vinny Appice, under the moniker Heaven & Hell, whose first studio album, The Devil You Know, was released on April 28, 2009. Dio died of stomach cancer on May 16, 2010.

"Gee... Toto, I don't think we are in Kansas anymore..."

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Raw Hide - All Night Long EP (1987)

01 - Goin' To USA
02 - All Night Long
03 - Under My Blanket
04 - Hard Drive Lover

Raw Hide - Assorted Studio Recordings (1987-1991)

01 - Goin' To USA
02 - All Night Long
03 - Under My Blanket
04 - Hard Drive Lover
05 - Five Long Years
06 - Dark Eyed Cajun Woman
07 - I Got To Love You
08 - Too Proud
09 - One Way Out
10 - I'm Nervous
11 - Gypsy Moon
12 - No Place To Go
13 - Just So Cool
14 - Early In The Morning
15 - Walkin' Blues
16 - Cuttin' Out
17 - I Just Want To Make Love To Yo
18 - If I Should Die

Raw Hide - Hugger Mugger (1994)

01 - Hugger Mugger Part 1
02 - Country Girl
03 - No 2
04 - This Is My Apartment
05 - You Killing Me
06 - It's Too Late Brother
07 - Rollin 'n' Tumblin'
08 - Country Boy
09 - In The Middle
10 - Too Proud
11 - Dad Will Be Able
12 - Stan's Boogie
13 - Five Long Years
14 - Hugger Mugger Part 2

Raw Hide - Gipsy Moon (1997)

01 - Gipsy Moon
02 - No More Doggin'
03 - I'm Eager
04 - Four Roses
05 - Taylors Ark
06 - Stuff You Gotta Watch
07 - Don't Count My Days
08 - The Screwdriver
09 - My True Love
10 - Dreamed Up My Dreams
11 - Star Bounce
12 - Doin' My Thing

SF Lady: Sarah Douglas

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Destinies celebrates its 12th anniversary with a spotlight on women in science fiction. Features readings of stories by Richard Matheson and Geri Levinson, Peter David's "Take Your Daughter To Work Day" read by Shana David, music by Taylor Dane and Mason Williams, an installment of NASA's "The Space Story," episode 9 of "Batman: The Complete Knightfall Saga" on the Destinies Radio Theater, and an exclusive interview with actress Sarah Douglas, recorded at I-Con XI.

1995 Destinies celebrates its 12th anniversary
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Devo - The Complete Truth About De-evolution & Devo - Live (1996 Irvine Meadows, Ca.)

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Format: NTSC DVD9 (Regions 2/3/4/5/6)
Ratio Aspect: 4:3
Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
Subtitles: English, French, German,Italian, Japanese, Spanish
Includes all special features (click on Image above to enlarge for more info)

DVD covers and Art work are included with the disc 1 download
All Links are 700MB in size

Disc 1
The Complete Truth About De-evolution
Size: 5.52 GB

Featured Songs:
Devo Corporate Anthem
In The Beginning was the end:
The Truth About De-evolution
Come Back Jonee
The Day My Baby Gave Me A Surprise
Worried Man
Whip It
Girl U Want
Freedom Of Choice
Through Being Cool
Love Without Anger
Beautiful World
Time Out For Fun
That's Good
Disco Dancer
Post Post-Modern Man
Post Post-Modern Man (Rocky Schenck Re-mix)

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Disc 2
Devo - Live (1996 Irvine Meadows, Ca.)
Size: 6.02 GB
Also in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround

Featured Performances:
Whip It
Girl U Want
Uncontrollable Urge
Jocko Homo
Smart Patrol/Mr.DNA
Gut Feeling/Slap Yer Mammy
Gates Of Steel
Come Back Jonee

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The Boat That Rocked OST

CD 1
01. Duffy – Stay With Me Baby
02. The Kinks – All Day And All Of The Night
03. The Turtles – Elenore
04. Beach Boys – Wouldn’t It Be Nice
05. John Fred And Playboys – Judy In Disguise
06. Martha Reeves & The Vandellas – Dancing In The Street
07. Smokey Robinson – Ooh Baby Baby
08. Herb Alpert – This Guy’s In Love
09. Tommy James – Crimson & Clover
10. Jeff Beck – Hi Ho Silver Lining
11. The Who – I Can See For Miles
12. The Troggs – With A Girl Like You
13. Boxtops – Letter
14. The Hollies – I’m Alive
15. Chris Andrews – Yesterday Man
16. Paul Jones – I’ve Been A Bad Bad Boy
17. Tremeloes – Silence Is Golden
18. Skeeter Davis – End Of The World

CD 2
01. The Who – My Generation
02. Cream – I Feel Free
03. Jimi Hendrix – The Wind Cries Mary
04. Procul Harem – A Whiter Shade Of Pale
05. Otis Redding – These Arms Of Mine
06. Junior Walker – Cleo’s Mood
07. Supremes – The Happening
08. The Turtles – She’d Rather Be With Me
09. Easybeats – Friday On My Mind
10. The Bystanders – 98.6
11. The Kinks – Sunny Afternoon
12. Cat Stevens – Father And Son
13. Moody Blues – Knights In White Satin
14. Dusty Springfield – You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me
15. Lorraine Ellison – Stay With Me
16. The McCoys – Hang On Sloopy
17. The Isley Brothers – This Old Heart of Mine
18. David Bowie – Let’s Dance
19 - The Fortunes - Caroline


Jeff Buckley - Grace (1994)

1. "Mojo Pin" (Jeff Buckley, Gary Lucas) – 5:42
2. "Grace" (Jeff Buckley, Gary Lucas) – 5:22
3. "Last Goodbye" (Jeff Buckley) – 4:35 [1]
4. "Lilac Wine" (James Shelton) – 4:32
5. "So Real" (Jeff Buckley, Michael Tighe) – 4:43
6. "Hallelujah" (Leonard Cohen) – 6:53
7. "Lover, You Should've Come Over" (Jeff Buckley) – 6:43
8. "Corpus Christi Carol" (Benjamin Britten) – 2:56
9. "Eternal Life" (Jeff Buckley) – 4:52
10. "Dream Brother" (Jeff Buckley, Mick Grondahl, Matt Johnson) – 5:26

Hocus Pocus

Focus - In and out of focus (1970)

In and Out of Focus is the 1970 debut album by the Dutch band Focus.

The album was initially recorded in 1969 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and subsequently re-recorded in London, UK. For these sessions vocalist/keyboardist Thijs van Leer, bassist Martijn Dresden, and drummer Hans Cleuver---a cabaret trio---were joined by ex-Brainbox guitarist Jan Akkerman.

Generally speaking, the songs on this recording are more pop-oriented than most subsequent Focus releases, though tinges of classical, jazz, and blues styles do come to the fore on certain tracks.

1. Focus (vocal) (2:44)
2. Black beauty (3:05)
3. Sugar island (3:03)
4. Anonymous (7:00)
5. House of the king (2:20)
6. Happy nightmare (mescaline) (3:56)
7. Why dream (3:57)
8. Focus (instrumental) (9:45)

Evel Knievel (1971)

This 1971 biographical flick stars the leather-faced George Hamilton in his least celebrated role, playing a true American icon. Jam-packed and overflowing with lovingly recreated Knievel speeches, a massive amount of actual bone-snapping Knievel footage, and the irrepressible bigness of Montana's craziest son, this crusty cinema will have you wincing in pain as you watch Knievel's famous crash at Caesar's Palace in glorious slow-motion. -- The Isotope Guerrilla Cult Theatre features pubic domain trashy flicks from Hollywood's yesteryear for your viewing enjoyment. These films are undisputedly in the public domain in the USA, and in all known cases no underlying music or literary rights have been claimed. If any rights are disputed we will be happy to remove the film from our virtual cinema. If you like these movies look up the actors, directors, and musicans on-line and send them gift baskets, cool swag, and/or money. The Isotope doesn't want anything from you except your love.

30 years without Ian

Ian Kevin Curtis (15 July 1956 – 18 May 1980) was the songwriter and lyricist of the band Joy Division, which he joined in 1976 after meeting Bernard Sumner and Peter Hook at a Sex Pistols gig.

Ian Curtis, vocalist with Joy Division, was found dead in Manchester Street on Sunday morning. He is believed to have committed suicide. Curtis has recently been involved with heavy recordings schedules a new album, a new single, and a free single and would have been embarking on a short American tour with Joy Division in the near future.

Previous Joy Division releases included the much-acclaimed debut album "Unknown Pleasures", with Manchester's Factory Records. Tony Wilson, proprietor of Factory and lynchpin for numerous Manchester bands, told Record Mirror: "I can't go into detail yet, obviously. All I can say is that what he was found on Sunday morning I found out about it while I was in the studio mixing the new album and that he was a very sensitive young man. He obviously decided he'd be happier somewhere elsebut at least we'd had the opportunity of meeting him, getting to know him. We're just left feeling sorry for ourselves, which I suppose is the wrong kind of emotion."

The Commitments OST (vol 1 & 2)

The Commitments OST:
01. Mustang Sally
02. Take Me To The River
03. Chain of Fools
04. The Dark End of The Street
05. Destination Anywhere
06. I Can't Stand The Rain
07. Try A Little Tenderness
08. Treat Her Right
09. Do Right Woman Do Right Man
10. Mr. Pitiful
11. I Never Loved A Man
12. In The Midnight Hour
13. Bye Bye Baby
14. Slip Away

The Commitments OST, Vol2:
01. Hard To Handle
02. Grits Ain't Groceries
03. I Thank You
04. That's The Way Love Is
05. Show Me
06. Saved
07. Too Many Fish In The Sea
08. Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)
09. Land Of A Thousand Dances
10. Nowhere To Run
11. Bring It On Home To Me

Nico - Chelsea Girl

Chelsea Girl is the debut solo album by Nico. It was released in October 1967 by Verve Records, also home to The Velvet Underground. The name of the album is a reference to Andy Warhol's 1966 film Chelsea Girls, which Nico starred in. The sixth track of the album (or first on Side B on vinyl) is titled "Chelsea Girls".

Many of the songs on the album have instrumental work from The Velvet Underground, whom Nico had previously collaborated with the year before on The Velvet Underground and Nico, as well as song writing credits from members of the band. The song "I'll Keep it With Mine", which is also featured on the album, was written by Bob Dylan, and the album also features three songs by Jackson Browne, who also contributes guitar to the album.

Side A
1. "The Fairest of the Seasons" (Jackson Browne, Gregory Copeland) – 4:06
2. "These Days" (Browne) – 3:30
3. "Little Sister" (John Cale, Lou Reed) – 4:22
4. "Winter Song" (Cale) – 3:17
5. "It Was a Pleasure Then" (Nico, Reed, Cale) – 8:02

Side B
1. "Chelsea Girls" (Reed, Sterling Morrison) – 7:22
2. "I'll Keep It with Mine" (Bob Dylan) – 3:17
3. "Somewhere There's a Feather" (Browne) – 2:16
4. "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams" (Reed) – 5:07
5. "Eulogy to Lenny Bruce" (Tim Hardin) – 3:45