May 26, 2015

RhoDeo 1521 Re-Up 17

Hello,


Storage maybe dirt cheap these days -compared to 5 years ago, but the hosts are much more money orientated and look at turnover and notice that keeping data longer than 1 month isn't making them money.

Thus the coming months i'm making an effort to re-up, it will satisfy a small number of people which means its likely the update will  expire relativly quickly again as its interest that keeps it live. Nevertheless here's your chance ... asks for re-up in the comments section prefarbly at the page where the expired link resides....requests are satisfied on a first come first go basis. As my back up ogg hard disk is nonresponsive currently, i most likely will post a flac instead~for the the pre medio 2011 posts~ but i would think that is not really a problem...updates will be posted here and yes sign a name to your request and please do it from the page where the link died!

You can still put in your request and should i've missed your first request please remind me


More new updates here

3x Seefeel Back in Flac (Polyfusia, Succour, (Ch-Vox) +Starethrough)

2x Go-Go's Back in Flac (Beauty and the Beat, Return To the Valley of the Go-Go's 2 rest is still live )


Leftfield, Jedi Knights Theory of Everything Now in  Flac (Final, New School Science, Theory of Everything)

and then  a day later (7,5 years ago)

Reload, Global Communication NOW in Flac
( A Collection Of Short Stories, 76 14)


3x Sonic Youth  Back in Flac (Sonic Youth, Confusion Is Sex (Plus Kill Yr. Idols), Bad Moon Rising)

May 25, 2015

RhoDeo 1521 Return of the Jedi 1

Hello, well Rosberg won the grand Prix of Monaco today, without much stress from Hamilton, he had to follow Vettel 's Ferrari after a silly pitstop that had him give up the lead. Man of the day was Verstappen who would have scored good points but then it wasn't his day, a pitstop that wasted 30 seconds and a clever frenchman maneged to block Verstappen advancing in a much faster car and in the end lift him into the wall, looked like a nasty move to me but Verstappen got the blame, pity I'd say Grosjean has made another fiend on the track...After his phenomenal timetrial yesterday, Contador kept everyone at bay in today's mountain stage in the Giro, he clearly is superior to the competition in Italy.


This week, Return of the Jedi !


At first, the idea seems bizarre, even ridiculous. Star Wars, a movie best known for its vistas of alien worlds and epic battles. Well, unless you have the cold heart of a Sith, Star Wars did indeed translate well from the silver screen to radio, thank you very much. Yes, Star Wars' visual effects are a big part of the magic of the saga, but the heart and soul of George Lucas' galaxy far, far away are the characters and the storyline. And while the movie is satisfying on its own, the radio dramatization written by the late Brian Daley takes us beyond the movie....beyond the screenplay...and even beyond the novelization.

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NPR's plans for a Return of the Jedi radio serial were put on hold when federal funding for NPR was dramatically reduced. It was not until 1996 that a six-part adaptation of Return of the Jedi was made by Highbridge Audio, the company that had released the first two series on tape and CD.

Like the preceding series, Return of the Jedi expanded its story by incorporating new scenes, such as Luke Skywalker's construction of a new lightsaber.

Scriptwriter Brian Daley died shortly after recording concluded; "additional material" was contributed by John Whitman, who introduced changes required for continuity with the now-planned prequels, as well as changes identified by the director and cast.



The episodes are titled:
"Tatooine Haunts"
"Fast Friends"
"Prophecies And Destinies"
"Pattern And Web"
"So Turns A Galaxy, So Turns A Wheel"
"Blood Of A Jedi"

Cast

The adaptation used many of the original radio cast, though Joshua Fardon took over as Luke and Arye Gross replaced Billy Dee Williams as Lando. Ed Begley, Jr. was the voice of Boba Fett and Edward Asner, speaking only in Huttese, voiced Jabba the Hutt. The only actor who starred in all the feature films as well as the radio dramas was Anthony Daniels.

Joshua Fardon as Luke Skywalker
Perry King as Han Solo
Ann Sachs as Princess Leia Organa
Anthony Daniels as C-3PO
Bernard Behrens as Obi-Wan Kenobi
Arye Gross as Lando Calrissian
Edward Asner as Jabba The Hutt
Paul Hecht as The Emperor
John Lithgow as Yoda
Brock Peters as Lord Darth Vader
Ed Begley, Jr. as Boba Fett
Samantha Bennett as Arica
David Birney as Anakin Skywalker
Peter Dennis as Moff Jerjerrod
David Dukes as Bib Fortuna
Peter Michael Goetz as General Madine
Ian Gomez as Salacious Crumb
Martin Jarvis as Barada
Jon Matthews as Wedge
Natalija Nogulich as Mon Mothma
Mark Adair Rios as Admiral Ackbar
Yeardley Smith as 9D9
Tom Virtue as Major Derlin
Ken Hiller as Narrator


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The Return Of The Jedi 301 Tatooine Haunts (mp3  30mb)

301 Tatooine Haunts  32:23


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previously

The Empire Strikes Back 01 Freedom's Winter (mp3  24mb)
The Empire Strikes Back 02 The Coming Storm (mp3  24mb)
The Empire Strikes Back 03 A Question Of Survival (mp3  23mb)
The Empire Strikes Back 04 Fire And Ice (mp3  24mb)
The Empire Strikes Back 05 Millennium Falcon Pursuit (mp3  24mb)
The Empire Strikes Back 06 Way Of The Jedi (mp3  25mb)
The Empire Strikes Back 07 New Allies (mp3  25mb)
The Empire Strikes Back 08 Dark Lord's Fury (mp3  23mb)
The Empire Strikes Back 09 Gambler's Choice (mp3  23mb)
The Empire Strikes Back 10 Clash Of Lightsabres (mp3  25mb)

A New Hope 101 A Wind to Shake the Stars (mp3 25mb)
A New Hope 102 Points of Origin (mp3 25mb)
A New Hope 103 Black Knight, White Princess (mp3 25mb)
A New Hope 104 While Giants Mark Time (mp3 25mb)
A New Hope 105 Jedi That Was Jedi To Be (mp3 25mb)
A New Hope 106 The Millenium Falcon Deal (mp3 25mb)
A New Hope 107 The Han Solo Solution (mp3 25mb)
A New Hope 108 Death Star's Transit (mp3 26mb)
A New Hope 109 Rogues, Rebels And Robots (mp3  26mb)
A New Hope 110 The Luke Skywalker Initiative (mp3  26mb)
A New Hope 111 The Jedi Nexus (mp3  25mb)
A New Hope 112 The Case For Rebellion (mp3  25mb)
A New Hope 113 Force And Counter Force (mp3  25mb)

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May 24, 2015

Sundaze 1521

Hello, yes it was Eurovision songcontest night and the trofee wasn't won by Russia that led halfway that would be a great snub from the people to the politicians that wage economic war against Russia. The price went to Sweden, good total package Heroes was not just a song it had a great lightshow too , there were many great lightshows. For a long time it was a fairley close 3 horse race with Italy in the mix. Excellent fouth was Belgium with Loïc Nottet - Rhythm Inside, a selfpenned song by the 19 year old scored several 12 pointers, he's got a great career ahead of him. On the losing end were the big European three Germany, France and England that scored 9 points-together....Monaco Grandprix this weekend and Hamilton won the qualification before Rosberg and Vettel could well be the result tomorrow but its Monaco and accidents will happen...


Today a Canadian electronic music project, headed by Rhys Fulber, profing that there's more besides ,Front Line Assembly and Delerium   .... N'joy

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Conjure One is a Canadian electronic music project, headed by Rhys Fulber, better known as a member of Front Line Assembly and Delerium.Fulber left Front Line Assembly in early 1997, in pursuit of a solo career. Soon after, a debut album was announced, though Fulber's work as a producer and remixer eventually pushed its release to September 2002.

The self-titled album was a fusion of the electronic characteristics of Fulber's previous work -- keyboard-based, with rhythmic dance beats—and the influences of Middle Eastern music, which inspired ambient melodies more reminiscent of Delerium. A number of songs were more pop-oriented and featured guest vocalists, primarily Poe and Chemda, the latter singing entirely in Arabic. Sinéad O'Connor and Jeff Martin of The Tea Party were also featured.

After returning to Front Line Assembly and Delerium, in 2005 Fulber released a second album entitled Extraordinary Ways. This album utilized much more contemporary sounds, including much greater prominence given to guitars and trip hop-like beats. Vocalists included Tiff Lacey, Poe (credited as "Jane"), Chemda, Joanna Stevens, and even Fulber himself (covering a song by the punk band Buzzcocks).

In 2007, Germany's biggest selling female pop star of the 80s Sandra Cretu covered "Sleep" as a bonus track on her single "The Way I Am". Fulber left Front Line Assembly in early 1997, in pursuit of a solo career. Soon after, a debut album was announced, though Fulber's work as a producer and remixer eventually pushed its release to September 2002.

The self-titled album was a fusion of the electronic characteristics of Fulber's previous work -- keyboard-based, with rhythmic dance beats—and the influences of Middle Eastern music, which inspired ambient melodies more reminiscent of Delerium. A number of songs were more pop-oriented and featured guest vocalists, primarily Poe and Chemda, the latter singing entirely in Arabic. Sinéad O'Connor and Jeff Martin of The Tea Party were also featured.

After returning to Front Line Assembly and Delerium, in 2005 Fulber released a second album entitled Extraordinary Ways. This album utilized much more contemporary sounds, including much greater prominence given to guitars and trip hop-like beats. Vocalists included Tiff Lacey, Poe (credited as "Jane"), Chemda, Joanna Stevens, and even Fulber himself (covering a song by the punk band Buzzcocks).

Exilarch is the latest studio album released under his alias Conjure One, after five years since the previous effort. The album was initially released as a worldwide digital download on October 19, 2010, while the physical release was made available in the US on November 9, 2010.  There's a new album in the pipeline , Holoscenic, to be released this year.

The album Reasons to Disturb is attributed to Conjure One, but Fulber has denied involvement in its production. Although it contains a few newer Conjure One songs and remixes, the songs are actually renamed versions of songs by Poe, Balligomingo, and Fauxliage, among others.

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Rhys Fulber had already proven his skills in ambient dance with Delerium. On Conjure One, he develops his own ideas further, applying a wonderful grasp of sounds from the Mediterranean and Middle East. Fulber traveled the world to put together this breathtaking work, which was recorded in Amsterdam, Vancouver, London, and Los Angeles. Given his busy production schedule, it's no surprise that this took three years to finish. The result is satisfying to say the least, as Conjure One is nothing short of sweeping ambient dance-pop. Like Sarah McLachlan's contribution to Delerium's "Silence," the guest vocalists here enhance Fulber's already powerful songwriting. Most magnificent are Sinéad O'Connor ("Tears From the Moon"), Poe ("Center of the Sun"), and Marie Claire D'Ubaldo ("Manic Star"). With other collaborations from Billy Steinberg and the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, this ethereal solo debut (if you can call it a solo effort) is another big step forward for Fulber, as well as culturally diverse pop. A limited-edition version comes with a second disc of remixes.



Conjure One  ‎–  Conjure One (flac 369mb)

01 Damascus 2:02
02 Center Of The Sun 5:00
03 Tears From The Moon 4:17
04 Tidal Pool 6:50
05 Manic Star 5:23
06 Redemption 6:59
07 Years 6:21
08 Make A Wish 4:32
09 Pandora 5:02
10 Sleep 5:00  besides
11 Premonition (Reprise) 3:15

Conjure One  ‎–  Conjure One (ogg  128mb)

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Conjure One  ‎–  Bonus Disc (flac 396mb)

01 Tears From The Moon (Hybrid's Twisted On The Terrace Mix) 9:51
02 Redemption (Max Graham's Dead Sea Mix) 11:14
03 Sleep (Ian Van Dahl Mix) 8:06
04 Center Of The Sun (Junkie XL Remix) 9:40
05 Tears From The Moon (DJ Tiësto's In Search Of Sunrise Remix) 8:13
06 Sleep (Solar Stone's "Afterhours" Mix) 6:52
07 Center Of The Sun (Solarstone's Chilled Out Remix) 9:58

Conjure One  ‎–  Bonus Disc (ogg 150mb)

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Three years after an impressive debut, Rhys Fulber shows his solo project wasn't a one-shot deal nor a lucky stab at reinvention. Extraordinary Ways is similar to Conjure One, in that it's lush and majestic ambient pop. The difference this time around is more in the recording process and Fulber's inspirations. With Conjure One, Fulber traveled the world to record while applying Middle Eastern influences. For Extraordinary Ways, he wrote songs only in Los Angeles and tones down the global ambitions. He again assembles a roster of powerful vocalists with whom he can't go wrong: Jane, Chemda, Tiff Lacey, and Joanna Stevens. Fulber even contributes vocals himself, on an unexpected cover of the Buzzcocks' "I Believe." It's a little out of place, but still interesting. Toward the end, the impact drops down a notch, and one wishes the vocalists had some better melodies with which to work. Nonetheless, this is an engaging and spiritual listen.



Conjure One - Extraordinary Ways  (flac 449mb)

01 Endless Dream 4:30
02 Face The Music 4:35
03 Pilgrimage 6:48
04 One Word 4:40
05 I Believe 6:07
06 Beyond Being 7:07
07 Extraordinary Way 4:40
08 Dying Light 6:45
09 Forever Lost 4:46
10 Into The Escape 4:15
bonus
11 Extraordinary Way (Antillas Mix) 7:46
12 Extraordinary Way (Low End Specialists mix) 9:05

Conjure One - Extraordinary Ways  (ogg 148mb)

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For five years, Conjure One has sat quietly. The writing and recording process neither hurried nor urgent. Now, they have returned with the exquisite album Exilarch. Ten stand out tracks selected and put together for the listener's delight. After the last album Extraordinary Ways, there were many fans who were quite skeptical that this album wouldn't turn into another overly commercial release as well. Fortunately, it would appear that the fears were unfounded and this is the album that should have been made five years ago.

Exilarch, with its title referring to the Jewish leaders of the Babylonian Exile, is a nomadic album that travels between light and dark, meticulously incorporating electronic beats, lush textures and haunting vocals. By fusing organic instrumentations of the ancient east with synthetic electronics of the modern west, it presents a strong example of Conjure One's signature style.

From the opening track Like Ice, which features the stunning vocals of Jaren Cerf (who has worked with the likes of Dash Berlin, Serge Devant and Armin Van Buuren). It is plainly obvious that this is going to be an amazing album. The album moves back towards the bands roots of heavy synth with a mixture of gothic and middle eastern influence. Following is the second track Places Like That Don't Exist. A instrumental track that seems almost of throw back from producer Rhys Fulber's days in Delerium and Front Line Assembly. The track is masterfully put together. The constant reminder of electronica with the softer melody over the top. It is quite a difficult piece to describe but certainly well worth the time to listen to. On the track Zephyr, Jaren Cerf returns providing her remarkable amount of talent to the song. As the majestic strains of music meet with Cerf's voice, the entire album lights up brightly and sounds out beautifully. It's dark and light all at once with an uplifting sensation. A track that has to be heard to be believed.


Nargis reminds the listener of the middle eastern influences that Conjure One is well known for. Add to that the beautiful singing voice of Azam Ali and it's a stand out track. The feel of the traditional music of the East meeting the electronic movement of the West and combining in a stunning way to leave the listener enthralled. Going forwards is the third collaboration with Jaren Cerf on the album highlight The Distance. If you buy this album for no other reason, it should be for this song alone. The song is light and airy. It's almost ethereal in it's beauty and simplicity. The track is stunning. There is no other way to describe it. The album as a whole is a stand out but this track... it is THE highlight of the album. Popping up on the emotive track is Leah Randi who has previously worked with Delerium and Front Line Assembly. The track is I Dream in Colour and it's breath taking. When coupled with the following track Existential Exile, also featuring Randi, the effect is nothing short of amazing. It's a tribute to the fact that Conjure One has now found it's own path and is no longer following down the path the Fulber previously walked with Delerium. Closing the album is the last instrumental track Oligarch which is breathtaking in it's own right. It's got the sweeping strings, electronic beats and, again, middle eastern influence. The track is a phenomenon. It's honestly a shame that there are nine other tracks to get through before reaching this one.

For those who have thought that Conjure One was an attempt to cash in on his previous fame with Front Line Assembly and Delerium, this album has certainly proven them wrong. This album has the mood of Semantic Spaces, the electronics of Civilization and the darkness of Karma. Exilarch is not a poor man's Delerium. This is Conjure One, standing proudly on it's own next to Fulber's previous works.



Conjure One - Exilarch  (flac  449mb)

01 Like Ice 6:04
02 Places That Don't Exist 6:02
03 Zephyr 4:58
04 Nargis 5:59
05 Nomadic Code 8:50
06 The Distance 3:55
07 I Dream In Colour 6:33
08 Existential Exile 5:51
09 Run For Cover 6:25
10 Oligarch 5:10

Conjure One - Exilarch  (ogg 138mb)

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