Oct 31, 2006

"Just A Goddamn Piece of Paper"



Iraqi Freedom
We now know that fraud on the part of the Bush administration launched the ill-fated Iraqi war. The war's financial and human cost of the war to date is $337 billion, with steep future costs for veterans' care and replacement of military equipment. Approximately 3,000 US troops have been killed, and Department of Veterans Affairs documents show that 100,000 veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan have been granted disability compensation. Estimates of Iraqi civilian "collateral damage" range from 30,000 to 655,000 deaths. America's reputation has been shattered, and the prospects for terrorist "blow-back" are higher. Meanwhile the US is transforming into a fascist state , the constitution ? Just a goddamn piece of paper (bush quote).


10-10 Falcon Base destruction, unofficially 300+ dead, officially...it didnt happen.. but here's the video shot by soldiers from about a mile (safe)distance 9 minutes Falcon base blow out

More US government and the complicit (in bed with) big media cover up, even google constantly resets the viewing numbers of this one, to prevent it from getting the limelight it deserves, watch Terror Storm Since 31-10 it has been released on DVD, at the moment 3-11, already ranked 18th in amazon sales, 5 star ratings...Buy Terror Storm @ Amazon


Nov 7th Diebold Day
So now there's another round of voting coming up, after the 2000 and 2004 presidential vote fraud, the congress gets a full taste of what those Diebold machines can do. 80% of americans will use these pieces of technology- fully enabled fraud voting systems- which not a single independent body — nobody, none, zero…no computer scientist, security expert or federal, state or local election official or organization — is allowed to test Diebolds voting systems in full. The same is true for the systems of every other voting machine company in America.

The only federal testing of these systems is done by the so-called "Independent Testing Authority" (ITA), a consortium of three private corporations chosen and paid for by the voting machine companies themselves. The ITAs test only what their client Voting Machine Companies tell them to test. They do so in secret and without releasing the results of their limited testing publicly. Democracy at work , right - However, this technology should be a seller to any country run by despots .

So what will happen, the media will no doubt follow some loudmouths screaming fraud, specially in the republican camp they seem to think yelling fraud will distract from their devious actions, the democrats seem to be a bunch of stranded whales having lost all sense of direction. America is in dire need of more political parties, a reform of a system that benefits those that whore for money the best, that's very different from serving the public interest. But who's going to tell them, do they even understand anything else then selfishness ?

But first...chaos, the collapse of the economy, the gigantic dollarfraud used to pump up wallstreet, misery for millions , a wall to keep mexicans out , more to keep americans in i'd say, the future looks bleak for the USA.

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Politics, i recently read at a musicblog, that's a nono, now i find that shocking , it makes you wonder how shallow current musiclovers must be and they certainly don't know much about music, because it has always played a role in resisting the powers that be in their drive for greater control or at least the status quo. Rebels from Mozart to Johnny Rotten, from Elvis to...... yes some silence here as i am thinking who in 2006 might fit that bill. I know there are plenty but a big name ? It looks like the music marketing industry has a firm grip on what artists get airplay, what messages are conveyed, sure lowlife attitudes are promoted in the rap business, but artists with a message ...? They seem to be cornered and labelled 'intellectual' stuff. Collectivism seems only applicable in the rave/trance scene, but infested with drugs as that is, it shows the negative/escapist side of collectivism, not the mutual responsibility we have for life on this planet. So where are the voices that lead us to this better world we supposedly would like to live in.

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I've chosen 4 rather different albums for download but still politicized in conveying a message, it's as allways up to the reciever whether he or she is willing to transcode it into something that suits his/her worldview. Its in that light that i added the covers album because it to me shows what extraordinary results can come from our human capacity to reshape.


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Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange, followed his acclaimed 2001 movie, Kubrick '71 vision of the near future, based on Anthony Burgess's famous novel is a dark, satirical social commentary, a masterpiece where doped milk, gang violence and rape aswell as cynical and glib politics reigned ...

Malcolm McDowell delivers a clever, tongue-in-cheek performance as Alex, the leader of a quartet of droogs, a vicious group of young hoodlums who spend their nights stealing cars, fighting rival gangs, breaking into people's homes, and raping women. A Clockwork Orange works on many levels--visual, aural (as established by the download) social, political, and sexual--it is one of the few films that hold up under repeated viewings. Kubrick stylizes the film by utilizing classical music (and Wendy Carlos's electronic classical work) to underscore the violent scenes, which even today are disturbing in their display of sheer nihilism. Ironically, many fans of the film have missed that point, sadly being entertained by its brutality rather than being repulsed by it

A ClockWorkOrange - Soundtrack - This download is basicly a radioplay and testament to the quality of Kubricks movie. For those like me who have seen the movie(several times) the images pop up automatically but i dare say for those that haven't, it still is an entertaining 82 minutes.



 Clockwork Orange Audio * (54mb)

01 - Opening Sequence & Theme
02 - Fight With Billy Boy
03 - House Attack & Bar Scene
04 - At Home.
05 - A Bit Of Ludwig Von
06 - Mr Deltoid
07 - At The Record Shop
08 - Sex To William Tell
09 - The New Wa
10 - Keeping The Sheep In Line
11 - Attacking The Cat House
12 - In The Cell With Deltoid
13 - The Sad Bit
14 - Into Prison
15 - 2 Years Later
16 - The Ludovico Technique
17 - Land Of Hope and Glory
18 - Visit From The Boss
19 - Sign Here
20 - Off To The Medical Centre
21 - The Treatment
22 - Not Ludwig Von
23 - On Trial
24 - I Want To Marry A Lighthouse Keeper
25 - Back Home & Kicked Out
26 - Old Geezers Revenge
27 - The Police Attack
28 - Taken In For A Bath
29 - On The Phone
30 - Singin In The Bath
31 - Drugged
32 - Listening To Ludwig Von
33 - Not Dead
34 - The Finale & Singin In The Rain

Clockwork @ Wiki
Clockwork @ Amazon

http://cafe-puschkin.blogspot.com/ offers the complete Orange original music score + Clockworks audiotrack in MP3 here (mp3-127mb/192k+VBR/MU)

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Kinesis - Handshakes for Bullets

NME described this band as `the perfect rock band' and on listening to this debut album you can hear why.An out of control roller coaster ride of original tracks that have the feel of established rock giants like The Strokes, Muse and Wheatus. Michael Bromley growls darkly political biting lyrics over the original and yet memory evoking guitar riffs of Conor McGloin, the result being an urgent storm that presses onwards.Their second album "You Are Being Lied To" was released in June 2005 on the indie label, 'Captains Of Industry'. The album was recorded and produced by the band themselves on an extremely small budget, the band decided to announce that they were splitting up on the day that the album was released, you can download a 64k version at their Captains of industry label here




Kinesis - Handshakes (390mb)

1. One Way Mirror
2. Billboard Beauty
3. Civilised Fury
4. Bloodstained Lips
5. This Dead End
6. Conveyor Belt Destruction
7. And They Obey
8. Cling To Your Innocence
9. Forever Reeling
10. Average American Corpse
11. Everything Destroys Itself
12. Generation Devoid Of Inspiration

you are being lied to
Kinesis @ Wiki
Kinesis @ Amazon

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Suicide - American Supreme

This is suicide's fifth studio album after ten years. And like many artists the duo couldn't help but be influenced by September 11th. Tracks include 'Televised Executions', 'Swearin' Too The Flag' & 'Child, It's A New World.' 2002.
A comment; "If the streets of the world had a soundtrack, this would be it. The music and vocals are very hypnotic. I keep envisioning blood flowing through the veins of civilization as I listen to this. The words are like cells full of truth. I don't find this dark...it just tells it like it is during these strange days on earth."



 Suicide-American Supreme * (371 mb)

01 - Televised Executions
02 - Misery Train
03 - Swearin' To The Flag
04 - Beggin' For Miracles
05 - American Mean
06 - Wrong Decisions
07 - Death Machine
08 - Power Au Go-Go
09 - Dachau, Disney, Disco
10 - Child, It's A New World
11 - I Don't Know

Suicide @ Mute
Suicide @ Wiki
Suicide @ Amazon

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DissCovers Radio Bagdad

This tongue in cheek Rho-Xs compilation is 79 min of cheer fun, recognition and wonder, it's a collection of rare covers, some by established artists, some by unknowns and it starts of with the 'antichrist' himself telling us how he sees our future..take a walk on the wildside...There's just too many gems here to pick one out, i must have played this one 50 times and i dont mind another spin, it all fits. Here's your chance, take it !




 DissCovers Radio Bagdad (484mb)

01 - GW.Bush - Imagine (Radio bagdad miX)
02 - Petula Clark - Downtown (berlin uber bagdad)
03 - Slimfast - Revolution (terror diet)
04 - Psychic TV - Good Vibrations (shake the ground)
05 - Bent - Dirty Mind (what else)
06 - Nouvelle Vague - A Forest (get lost)
07 - Yat Kha - Orgasmatron (deep throat)
08 - Two Lone Swordsmen - Sexbeat (washington drums)
09 - Hayseed Dixie - Walk This Way ( in the hole)
10 - Scissor Sisters - Take me Out (stirred not shaken)
11 - The Ridiculous Trio - No Fun (blow by blow)
12 - No Talent Hack - Smells Like Teen Spirit (hellohello kraftwerk)
13 - Nouvelle Vague - Too Drunk To Fuck (what luck)
14 - Lemon Jelly - Come Down On Me (rock me hard)
15 - t.A.T.u. - How Soon Is Now (too late)
16 - Pat McDonald - Enjoy the Silence (say what )
17 - Yat Kha - Love Will Tear Us Apart ( desertion blues)
18 - Flunk - Blue Monday ( feels like teen spirit)
19 - Ukelele Orchestra - Dy-Na--My-Tee (bumbs are us)
20 - Lambeth Youth Steel Orch. - Sound of Silence (eerie)
21 - Monthy Python - Sit On My Face (bagdad going down)

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a late seasonal extra

David Bowie - All Saints
This album demonstrates David Bowie's pioneering use of synthesizers and ambient soundscapes. Most of these compositions were made in collaboration with Brian Eno and display a unique combination of lush beauty, harsh experimentation and cinematic intensity. These compositions are highly visual and adventurous, the closing piece ("Some Are" from Philip Glass's "Low Symphony") is particularly cinematic. To sum up, "All Saints" is a must have for David Bowie fans and for fans of instrumental/ambient music.



David Bowie - All Saints (371mb)

01 - A New Career In A New Town
02 - V-2 Schneider
03 - Abdulmajid
04 - Weeping Wall
05 - All Saints
06 - Art Decade
07 - Crystal Japan
08 - Brilliant Adventure
09 - Sense of Doubt
10 - Moss Garden
11 - Neukoln
12 - The Mysteries
13 - Ian Fish UK Heir
14 - Subterraneans
15 - Warszawa
16 - Some Are (The Low Symphony)

Bowie @ Amazon
Bowie @ Wiki

* All downloads are in ogg-7, artwork is included aswell as a very nifty ogg encoder/decoder.

3 comments:

Southern_Christmas said...

Nice Site Brother ~!

the little ogg encoder/decoder came in handy

thanks

http://southernchristmas.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Thank you for hosting the "radio Bagdad" uploader.

Bigg hug for u and kiss on the cheek for him

Funny cover on DK's to drunk to phuck



The Dude

ElRoi said...

Is there any possibility the the links could be re-posted for the
A ClockWorkOrange - Soundtrack, Kinesis - Handshakes for Bullets, Kinesis - Handshakes for Bullets, Suicide - American Supreme & David Bowie - All Saints posts from Oct 31, 2006?
Thanx