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Friday, February 15, 2013

The Re-Upping of D.M.


Outta the blue I get an email from Digital Meltd0wn founder & chief Zer0_ii. He has returned from his adventures in darkest Africa & is ready to get this beast back in gear. Since Z's sojourn began, KimDotcom has been busted by the Feds & MegaUpload is no more. Then in the panic that followed, MediaFire started shaking in their boots & shut down most of our accounts. Now most of the links in posts of the past are no longer active. We have decided to do our best to re-upload as many as we can. It will be a long, drawn-out process, but ya gotta start somewhere. So I decided to start at the beginning of my tenure here. I have re-upped the seven oldest. There are more to come. If anything touches your fancy or fills your needs, have at it.

I received requests for: Alain Goraguer - La Planete Sauvage & Phil Spector's Greatest Hits. You will find them below.

Now Zer0_II has moved all the re-instated posts to the head of the class, so I removed them from the list. I think the only one he missed is Kill City, so I better get busy. I'll try to have some more this week-end, but there should be plenty to keep everyone busy. If there is anything anyone wanted re-uploaded, leave a comment here & we'll get to it as fast as we can. Thanks for your patience.


one more, trying out adrive
Chu Ishikawa - Tetsuo OST

before I fall asleep, here's some ZZZs for y'all, on adrive since I already got positive response from Mikhale on the Tetsuo post
Zru Vogue - Zruisms 1980-84
Zmiya - Somamdenlo
Zillatron - Lord of the Harvest
Zwell - Open Air
Zyce - Transgressive
Zzzzzz - Holeigans

here's the last of my posts, updated & up-to-date


Fawzi Chekili - Taqasim

11 comments:

nomiskram said...

Best news I've heard all year! It's only Jan 7, granted, but I won't forget when December comes around. Thank you, thank you, thank you, NØ. Much respect.

Zer0_II said...



It's great to be back. Thank you for diving right in my friend. This put a much needed smile on my face. I see I have a lot of house-cleaning to do. I'm not sure what the hell happened to the background image that was behind the labels. I can't even remember what it was now. Hopefully I can find a copy of it on Archive.org or some other site.

Feel free to bump any posts that you add new download links to the top. A LOT of the older posts have dead download links, so it would be nice if the visitors were able to see several posts with working download links at the top of the page. I'm going to work on re-upping a few albums tonight. I plan to go through the comments and attempt to re-up each album in the order it was requested.

Not sure what else to say except thank you once again NØ. It's nice to know that people such as yourself exist in this world. I'm truly thankful that you didn't give up on me or this blog. I know that it won't be long before we have a steady stream of visitors arriving to check out the latest musical gems.

said...

Zer0_II,

I think for now I'll just keep uploading files in order as I can. If you have requests for any that I've done, you can move them as you see fit. You'll just have to change the link in the re-upped post, as I linked to the original posting.

We should be able to fix most everything. I've found everything in order so far, even with my lousy filing system, but I'm sure that lick won't hold. Anything I can't find I'll re-rip from vinyl but that might take a bit longer.

In the mean time I'll just keep slogging on. I need to re-up things over at NSS but I'm only doing it on request right now. Too monumental to tackle at this time. Maybe some day.

Hang tough, my friend.

said...

luck won't hold, not lick

Darryl Cunningham said...

Really happy to see this today. Good work.

Zer0_II said...

You're really kicking ass Nathan. Keep up the great work. I'm trying to keep up with you my friend. Unfortunately, my chaotic life isn't permitting me a great deal of time to re-upload albums at the moment, but I'll keep doing my best.

Jesse said...

I'm so glad you're back!!

said...

to all have commented,

Thanks for your patience & thanks for your loyalty. Hope you're finding enough to keep you interested. We'll be doing more in future daze.

Anonymous said...

thank you, what a nice surprise to check back and find new links to such great stuff never heard before, thanks so much, BC

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for reupping stuff. I have a request for when you can:
http://digitalmeltd0wn.blogspot.com/2008/03/various-artists-what-it-is-funky-soul.html

thanks again.
John

said...

to Anonymous,
about What it is Funky Soul, it was re-released. the cd plus mp3 downloads are available on Amazon & other places, so don't think we'll be re-uploading this.
Sorry