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Saturday, September 30, 2006

Buckethead - Population Override

I was planning on posting this next week, but since someone on a forum I frequent requested it, and the Giant Robot album by him got downloaded more than any other album on this blog, here's Population Override...

Population Override shows off still another side of the enigmatic virtuoso Buckethead. In the past, he seemed to sway between seriously heavy metal (like Cuckoo Clocks of Hell), more contemplative works (like Electric Tears), and drum'n'bass or electronica-influenced albums (like Day of the Robot and Bermuda Triangle). Featuring Travis Dickerson on keys and Pinchface on drums (and Buckethead on guitars and basses), Population Override is as close to an instrumental early Funkadelic album as almost anyone has gotten (think "Maggot Brain). These are actually tunes, not just riffing showcases, and Buckethead plays with an astonishing sense of depth and feeling; there are very few of his trademark hyperspeed licks. "Unrestrained Growth" uses a riff close to "Cosmic Slop," and "Too Many Humans" evokes the same melancholy that Jimi Hendrix's "Little Wing" does. "A Day Will Come" adds a bit more crunch to the guitar, while "Humans Vanish" is a delicate solo guitar piece, and he finishes with a pretty straight blues on "...." All in all, this is Buckethead's most consistent, enjoyable work, with great playing and almost none of the flash he has displayed on previous releases. (Year of Release: 2004)

Track List:
1. Unrestrained Growth
2. Too Many Humans
3. Population Override
4. Humans Vanish
5. Cruel Reality Of Nature
6. A Day Will Come
7. Earth Heals Herself
8. Clones
9. Super Human
10. ...

Download: Buckethead - Population Override (76.2MB)

Friday, September 29, 2006

The Dictators - New York, New York

I can't say enough about this album. It has quickly become one of the favorites in my collection. It's hard to define exactly the type of music the Dictators played. At times they sound punk, at others metal, and sometimes they just churn out good old classic rock. One thing you can be certain of is the Dictators definitely rocked, and rocked hard.

Liner Notes by Richard Meltzer (1981) and Andy Shernoff (1998). All songs recorded live to a two track Dokorder on February 11, 1981 at a night club performance, except bonus tracks, which are from a board tape from a live concert at the Ritz in early '80's. Bonus tracks mastered by Andy Shernoff at Sterling Sound 1998.

On February 11, 1981, John Hanti and I (we were booking the Club 80's on the Upper East Side) traveled with a two track Dokorder to a live Dictators reunion to record the band. Neither of us really knew what we were doing - but the results were fabulous, the band cooked and ROIR cassette A102, The Dictators Live - Fuck 'Em If They Can't Take a Joke was born - and quickly released. It was a big success and helped launch the young ROIR cassette label in the small (then) indie community and, according to Cashbox Magazine (June 1990), helped "elevate the Dictators to mythical status."

So, now we have the original cassette remastered for CD, plus three live bonus tracks selected and mastered by Andy Shernoff from an early '80's performance at the Ritz in NYC.

Track List:
1. Next Big Thing
2. Science Gone Too Far
3. Weekend
4. Rock And Roll Made A Man Out Of Me
5. Two-Tub Man
6. Moon Upstairs
7. Loyola
8. What Goes On
9. New York New York
10. Search And Destroy
11. Borneo Jimmy
12. Minnesota Strip
13. Master Race Rock
14. Baby Let's Twist
15. Faster And Louder

Download: Dictators - New York, New York (81.5MB)

Thursday, September 28, 2006

Lost Goat - Equator

Allow me to introduce you to Lost Goat, as I'm sure many of you have never heard of them. They are a virtually unheard of band, yet they are extremely talented and unique.

Lost Goat is a power trio featuring Erica Stoltz on bass/vocals, Eric Peterson on guitar, and Tina Gordon on drums. If you could somehow mesh the sound of Black Sabbath, Megadeth, and Joan Jett, the result might sound something like Lost Goat.

I'm very apprehensive when it comes to female lead singers in rock because I feel that many of them try too hard to sing melodic, instead of cutting loose and letting a bit of soul out. Fortunately that's not the case here. Erica Stoltz is an amazing vocalist and serves up just the kind of dirty rock and roll that I love. Oh, and did I mention that she's an amazing songwriter and bass player as well?

Eric Peterson and Tina Gordon are amazing musicians in their own right. Peterson executes every note and riff on this album flawlessly. He mixes up his sounds well, going from fuzzy, to whining, to straight up pulse pounding riffs at the drop of a hat. Gordon's drumming is excellent and a perfect compliment to the heavy guitar riffs of Peterson, and vocals of Stoltz.

Equator is nothing less than an amazing album in my opinion and is definitely worth checking out if you're not familiar with the band.

Track List:
1. Doin' Time
2. Bitter Pill
3. Downbound Train
4. White Dog/Purple Pussy
5. The Dirty Ones
6. Poison
7. Hell In Ruin

Download: Lost Goat - Equator (107.8MB)

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Bauhaus - In the Flat Field

Few debut albums ever arrived so nearly perfectly formed; that In the Flat Field practically single-handedly invented what remains for many as the stereotype of goth music -- wracked, at times spindly vocals about despair and desolation of many kinds, sung over mysterious and moody music -- demonstrates the sui generis power of both the band and its work. This said, perhaps the best thing about the album isn't what it's supposed to sound like, but what it actually does sound like -- an awesomely powerful, glam-inspired rock band firing on all fours, capable of restraint and complete overdrive both, fronted by a charismatic, storming frontman. Starting with the challenging angst of "Double Dare," with shattering guitar over a curious but fierce stop-start rhythm while Peter Murphy rages ever more strongly over the top, In the Flat Field contains a wide variety of inspirations and ideas. The astonishingly precise rhythm section of David J and Kevin Haskins pulls off a variety of jaw-dropping performances, including the high-paced tension of the title track and the brooding crawl from "Spy in the Cab." Daniel Ash, much like his longtime hero Mick Ronson, turns out to be a master of turning relatively simple guitar parts into apocalyptic explosions, from the background fills on "St. Vitus Dance" to the brutal descending chords of "Stigmata Martyr." Murphy, meanwhile, channels as much Iggy Pop as he does David Bowie, proving to be no simple copyist of either, able to both maniacally sing-shout and take a somewhat lighter touch throughout. Concluding with the seven-minute "Nerves," an aptly titled piece that alternates between understated energy and unleashed power toward a dramatic ending, In the Flat Field started off Bauhaus' album career with a near-perfect bang.

Track List:
1. Dark Entries
2. Double Dare
3. In The Flat Field
4. God In An Alcove
5. Dive
6. Spy In The Cab
7. Small Talk Stinks
8. St. Vitus Dance
9. Stigmata Martyr
10. Nerves
11. Telegram Sam
12. Rosegarden Funeral Of Sores
13. Terror Couple Kill Colonel
14. Scopes
15. Untitled

Download: Bauhaus - In The Flat Field (51.3MB)

Buckethead - Giant Robot

This is my favorite album by the guitar god who wears a white mask and a KFC chicken bucket on his head. Buckethead also happens to be my favorite guitar player currently alive, and one of the most original artists out there. I have listened to the majority of his albums and I feel that this one best displays Buckethead's musical range. Most of the songs on the album are primarily instrumental, and it is dotted with songs containing lyrics that are both fun and morbid at the same time. Some of the songs on this album are hit and miss for me. There are those that I don't care for too much, but there are those that stand out which I absolutely love. My favorite songs on the album are the instrumentals, Welcome to Bucketheadland and Binge & Grab, which are both straight forward rock and roll with blistering solos. I Come In Peace is another great song with crazy lyrics and incredible music. Any Star Wars fan will love his rendition of the various songs from the movie. I Love My Parents is perhaps one of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard and a complete change of pace from the rest of the songs on the album. This album comes highly recommended for those of you who like experimental music or just fantastic guitar players, and would be a great starting point for anyone who's not familiar with Buckethead.

Track List
1. Doomride
2. Welcome To Bucketheadland
3. I Come In Peace
4. Buckethead's Toy Store
5. Want Some Slaw?
6. Warweb
7. Aquabot
8. Binge And Grab (Instrumental Version)
9. Pure Imagination
10. Buckethead's Chamber Of Horrors
11. Onions Unleashed
12. Chicken
13. I Love My Parents
14. Buckethead's TV Show
15. Robot Transmission
16. Pirate's Life For Me
17. Post Office Buddy
18. Star Wars
19. Last Train To Bucketheadland

Download: Buckethead - Giant Robot (100.8MB)

The Vibrators - Pure Mania

The Vibrators were a little older and wiser than their brit-punk brethren in the late 70's. They were already veterans of the pub rock scene in Britain when they recorded this. None of that prevents Pure Mania from taking it's rightful place alongside landmark British Punk albums like Never Mind the Bullocks it's the Sex Pistols, Damned, Damned, Damned, The Clash, Singles Going Steady (Buzzcocks), Crossing the Red Sea with the Adverts, and Pink Flag (Wire).

In fact, this album is superior to many of those albums in some respects. It's as melodic and consistent as the Buzzcocks, as terse and minimal as Wire, (almost) as demented as the Sex Pistols. It also has an element of fun you might find in the Damned or Adverts. They didn't try to communicate a message like the Clash did but they were connected to roots music in a similar way. (Year of Release 1977)

Track List:
1. Into The Future...
2. Yeah Yeah Yeah
3. Sweet Sweet Heart
4. Keep It Clean
5. Baby Baby
6. No Heart
7. She's Bringing You Down
8. Petrol
9. London Girls
10. You Broke My Heart
11. Whips & Furs
12. Stiff Little Fingers
13. Wrecked On You
14. I Need A Slave
15. Bad Time

Download: The Vibrators - Pure Mania (47.9MB)

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

The Damned - Damned, Damned, Damned

Released in early 1977, Damned, Damned, Damned was one of the first punk albums issued and it remains a certified punk classic. Unlike the work of such contemporaries as the Adverts and Slaughter and the Dogs, this stunning debut sounds as fresh and vital today as it did in 1977. The album blasts off with the searing "Neat Neat Neat," a raging slab of buzzsaw guitars, crashing drums, and the sneering vocals of Dave Vanian that ranks among the 20 best punk songs of the era. Never as political as the Sex Pistols or the Clash, the Damned were the original cartoon punks, merrily ripping through such cheerful songs as "Born to Kill," "Stab Your Back," and "Fish" with reckless abandon, playing punk rock for the simple joy of making loud, aggressive music. Other highlights include the group's anthemic hit single, "New Rose," a pounding track that's powered by a monster riff from guitarist Brian James, and a swell rendition of the Stooges' "I Feel Alright." Produced by Nick Lowe (who allegedly sped up the original tapes to give the Damned a "punkier" sound), Damned Damned Damned is essential for any fan of UK or West Coast punk. (Year of Release: 1977)

Track List:
1. Neat Neat Neat
2. Fan Club
3. I Fall
4. Born To Kill
5. Stab Your Back
6. Feel The Pain
7. New Rose
8. Fish
9. See Her Tonite
10. 1 Of The 2
11. So Messed Up
12. I Feel Alright

Download: The Damned - Damned, Damned, Damned (28.9MB)

Monday, September 25, 2006

Miscellaneous Blog News and other Random Ramblings

Thank You Everyone
I wanted to take a break from posting albums to say thank you to all of you who have visited this blog, and especially those of you who have taken the time to show your appreciation. It's nice to know that there are other people out there with a deeper appreciation for music, who's taste extends beyond that of bands such as Nickelback and Staind.

This blog has already exceeded my expectations. There have been over 600 downloads since I started this blog six days ago. I've also had a few people contact me about linking to this blog. It's a nice feeling to know that this blog already has a small following. The comments I have received so far have been much appreciated, and are very encouraging. I hope that the albums I post in the future are met with such enthusiasm. If you like this blog and download anything from it please take the time to leave a comment sometime. I do this because I love music and want to introduce people to music that I feel deserves more recognition, and the only thing that I ask in return is for you to leave a comment. It is a lot more encouraging to see actual people respond and show their appreciation, rather than to just look at download statistics. A few more things and I'll shut up and get back to posting albums...

My Contact Info Added
I have updated my profile to include information so that you can contact me. Please contact me if you would like to request music for me to post, recommend me music, or would just like to discuss the duality of man.

Digital Meltd0wn last.fm Group
The Digital Meltd0wn last.fm Group (link is in the sidebar and in my first post) has six members now. We need 9 more members in order for last.fm to generate charts based on the group's listening habits. If you're a member of last.fm and would like to join the group, I would be very greatful.

I hope that you all have found the host (gigasize) that I've been using to be satisfactory. I think the download speeds are fairly good in comparison to other such hosts. My goal is to eventually be able to get a lifetime premium account, which requires 500,000 points (1 point per download). If I'm able to do that then the download links to the albums I post would never expire. Please feel free to share the content I post on other sites, blogs, or forums. That would help me with my mission to get a premium account. If you want to link back to the blog I would appreciate it, but it's not absolutely necessary.

Two Albums Re-Added
There were two entries for albums that I accidently saved as drafts instead of publishing them, which weren't showing up on the index. Those entries were Fugazi's 13 Songs and the Ramone's Rocket to Russia, which both come highly recommended, so don't forget to check those out.

Roll Call - Please Respond
I would like to do a roll call to get an idea of how many people are visiting this blog. So if you're reading this please just leave a comment. You don't have to write anything too long unless you just want to.

Till Next Time...
Once again I would just like to say thanks to everyone. Don't forget to leave a comment sometime if you like the job I'm doing so far. Till next time...

Sunday, September 24, 2006

Minor Threat- Complete Discography

Complete Discography compiles Minor Threat's entire body of recordings on a single compact disc. Hardcore, as a rule, wasn't particularly musically diverse, but Minor Threat were one of the genre's groundbreaking acts and their music has held up better than most of their contemporaries. As the de facto leaders of the Washington, D.C., hardcore scene, the band pioneered the straight-edge mentality by emphasizing impossibly fast tempos, brief songs, political lyrics, and a drug- and alcohol-free lifestyle. Besides setting the precedent for several generations of punk rockers with their music and ideals, Minor Threat were simply a better band than most hardcore groups. They had a tight, distinctive sound that wasn't as heavy as their Californian counterparts and, therefore, were often more bracing and effective. Although some of the music on Complete Discography, like much of hardcore in general, hasn't aged particularly well -- with its cheap production, rigid song structures, and political concerns, it is very much a piece of the early '80s -- the sound remains invigorating; the band possessed a visceral energy matched by only a handful of their peers. Complete Discography, in fact, is not only one of the cornerstones of any hardcore collection, it's not a bad way to become acquainted with hardcore (Year of Release: 1988)

Track List:
1. Filler
2. I Don't Wanna Hear It
3. Seeing Red
4. Straight Edge
5. Small Man, Big Mouth
6. Screaming At A Wall
7. Bottled Violence
8. Minor Threat
9. Stand Up
10. 12XU
11. In My Eyes
12. Out Of Step (With The World)
13. Guilty Of Being White
14. Steppin' Stone
15. Betray
16. It Follows
17. Think Again
18. Look Back And Laugh
19. Sob Story
20. No Reason
21. Little Friend
22. Out Of Step
23. Cashing In
24. Stumped
25. Good Guys (Don't Wear White)
26. Salad Days

Download Minor Threat - Complete Discography (43.9MB)

Saturday, September 23, 2006

Buckcherry - Buckcherry

From the get-go of "Lit Up" right on through to "Drink the Water," Buckcherry doesn't let up on their self-titled disc -- it's like a blast of fresh air clearing out a stale room. Buckcherry returns to the raucous edge of rock while avoiding the pitfalls of veering headlong into metal land. Melodic and concise, these guys keep your attention much like Guns N' Roses did on their first disc. Helped out by Terry Date and ex-Sex Pistol Steve Jones in the production department, Buckcherry is quite a stunning debut. (Year of Release: 1999)

Track List:
1. Dead Again
2. Lit Up
3. Crushed
4. Check Your Head
5. Lawless And Lulu
6. For The Movies
7. Related
8. Borderline
9. Get Back
10. Baby
11. Drink The Water

Download Buckcherry - Buckcherry (44.7MB)

TSOL - Dance With Me

A significant group in L.A.'s late-'70s to early-'80s punk scene, Long Beach's T.S.O.L. (True Sound of Liberty) briefly flirted with pseudo radical politics on their exceptional self-titled debut EP, which included songs like "Abolish Government/Silent Majority" and "Property Is Theft." But that phase of the band didn't last long, as they cast away the politics in favor of horror-movie-inspired, gothy, Misfits-style shtick on their first full-length, Dance With Me. This album contains their most famous song, "Code Blue," an extremely catchy number about necrophilia, ever popular with young fans who scream for them to play it at every show. No mere footnote in punk rock history, T.S.O.L.'s early records are slam pit-inducing, infectious stuff. Dance With Me is loaded with fine numbers, including "Sounds of Laughter," "I'm Tired of Life," and "Die for Me." Other than the Misfits, no band has combined gothy subject matter and punk rock barre chords as well as T.S.O.L., who hit the nail on the head with this classic 1981 recording. (Year of Release: 1981)

Track List:
1. Sounds Of Laughter
2. Code Blue
3. The Triangle
4. 80 Times
5. I'm Tired Of Life
6. Love Story
7. Silent Scream
8. Funeral March
9. Die For Me
10. Peace Thru Power
11. Dance With Me

Download TSOL - Dance With Me (35.3MB)

The Ramones - Rocket to Russia

The Ramones provided the blueprint and Leave Home duplicated it with lesser results, but the Ramones' third album, Rocket to Russia, perfected it. Rocket to Russia boasts a cleaner production than its predecessors, which only gives the Ramones' music more force. It helps that the group wrote its finest set of songs for the album. From the mindless, bopping opening of "Cretin Hop" and "Rockaway Beach" to the urban surf rock of "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker" and the ridiculous anthem "Teenage Lobotomy," the songs are teeming with irresistibly catchy hooks; even their choice of covers, "Do You Want to Dance?" and "Surfin' Bird," provide more hooks than usual. The Ramones also branch out slightly, adding ballads to the mix. Even with these (relatively) slower songs, the speed of the album never decreases. However, the abundance of hooks and slight variety in tempos makes Rocket to Russia the Ramones' most listenable and enjoyable album -- it doesn't have the revolutionary impact of The Ramones, but it's a better album and one of the finest records of the late '70s. (Year of Release: 1977)

Track List:
1. Cretin Hop
2. Rockaway Beach
3. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
4. Locket Love
5. I Don't Care
6. Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
7. We're A Happy Family
8. Teenage Lobotomy
9. Do You Wanna Dance?
10. I Wanna Be Well
11. I Can't Give You Anything
12. Ramona
13. Surfin' Bird
14. Why Is It Always This Way?

Download The Ramones - Rocket to Russia (47.4MB)

Misfits - Walk Among Us

"Walk Among Us" indeed features the best material to come from the Misfits, but it's also one of the finest American punk rock albums of all time. Glenn Danzig's ungodly howl fuels fan favorite, classic tracks like "20 Eyes", "I Turned Into a Martian", "All Hell Breaks Loose", "Vampira", "Night of the Living Dead", "Skulls", and of course, "Violent World" and "Astro Zombies". This is the best the Danzig-era Misfits have ever sounded, and even the live take of "Mommy Can I Go Out & Kill Tonight" sounds great here. For classic punk enthusiasts, "Walk Among Us" ranks up there with Black Flag's "Damaged", the Dead Kennedys' "Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables", and Minor Threat's "Complete Discography"; real punk rock that wasn't fashioned or produced for radio play. If you are looking to get into the Misfits or just classic punk in general, you can't go wrong with "Walk Among Us". (Year of Release: 1982)

Track List:
1. 20 Eyes
2. I Turned Into A Martian
3. All Hell Breaks Loose
4. Vampira
5. Nike-A-Go-Go
6. Hatebreeders
7. Mommy Can I Go Out And Kill Tonight [Live]
8. Night Of The Living Dead
9. Skulls
10. Violent World
11. Devils Whorehouse
12. Astro Zombies
13. Braineaters

Download Misfits - Walk Among Us (58.4MB)

Electric Prunes - Stockholm 67 (Live)

Stockholm 67 is some kind of a miracle. This is a previously unreleased performance from a nearly unknown US band 37 years ago, back when live recordings barely existed. Well, the sound is astonishing. It could have been recorded in the nineties, you wouldn't tell the difference. And when it comes to music, it's even more amazing. It's raw rock'n'roll, with a light garage touch, strong vocal performance and incredible guitar sound. The band fully captures the essence of British sound and adds to it a bit of American roughness. The Electric Prunes even outperform the Yardbirds on the cover version of Smokestack Lightning. Second only to The Who's Live At Leeds for what regards live albums. (Year of Release: 1967)

Track List:
1. You Never Had It Better
2. I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night)
3. Try Me On For Size
4. I Happen To Love You
5. I Got My Mojo Workin'
6. Long Day's Flight (Til' Tomorrow)
7. Smokestack Lightning
8. Get Me To The World On Time

Download Electric Prunes - Stockholm 67 (64.3MB)

Thursday, September 21, 2006

New Race - The First And The Last

An interesting one-time-only band, New Race was proof that good music can occur when "teachers" and "students" get together. In this instance, the "teachers" were ex-Stooges guitarist Ron Asheton and ex-MC5 drummer Dennis Thompson, who joined forces with "students" Deniz Tek, Rob Younger, and Warwick Gilbert, the latter three members of the seminal Australian punk band Radio Birdman. Tek was a Michigan native who'd emigrated to Australia in the early '70s, bringing his love of high-energy Detroit proto-punk with him. After Birdman's demise, he contacted Asheton and Thompson to come to Australia and form this ad-hoc touring outfit. New Race toured Australia once in 1981, playing mostly small halls and releasing one legit live LP and a few lo-fi bootlegs. While the resulting record, The First and the Last, benefits from a significant amount of in-studio sweetening (backing vocals are added, guitar solos overdubbed), it's still an exciting, guitar-fueled rave-up. Fans of the early-'70s Motor City sound or early Aussie punk wouldn't want to be without it. (Year of Release: 1981)

Track List:
1. Crying Sun
2. Haunted Road
3. Gotta Keep Movin'
4. Breaks My Heart
5. Sad TV
6. Loose
7. November 22, 1963
8. Love Kills
9. Alone In The Endzone
10. Looking At You
11. Columbia

Download The New Race - The First and the Last (78.7MB)

Fugazi - 13 Songs

13 Songs (a combination of the Fugazi and Margin Walker EPs) is usually among the first records that spring to mind when defining alternative rock. Furious, intelligent, artful, and entirely musical, it's a baker's dozen of cannon shots to the gut -- not just a batch of emotionally visceral and defiant songs recorded by angry young men, but something greater. Nearly every song here reaches an anthemic level without falling prey to pomposity. Most of these songs are anthems of the self rather than a rallying cry of accusation or unification, with "Waiting Room" and "Suggestion" serving as two examples. The attention-getting drop into silence that occurs at the 22-second mark of the former is instantly memorable. The relentless ska/reggae-inflected drive of the song is equally effective, as Ian MacKaye tells everyone listening to get off their behinds and do what they want. During the Meters-meets-Ruts thrust of "Suggestion," MacKaye switches genders for an entirely convincing rant on the objectification of women. Guy Picciotto takes on the persona of an addict on "Glue Man," whose blurred sense of reality is also conveyed in the warped, psychedelic guitars. Picciotto threatens to set himself on fire during "Margin Walker"; given the spirited play of the remaining members, it sounds like the same could be said for the rest of them. Foreshadowing the band's knack for introspective and mid-tempo concluding tracks, the disc ends with MacKaye's "Promises," examining the pitfalls of trust in relationships of any nature. A landmark record. (Year of Release: 1990)

Download Fugazi - 13 Songs (36.5MB)

Monday, September 18, 2006


I've decided to finally put this blog to use and use it as a place to share the music that I love. I plan on posting a variety of music, rather than focusing on any one particular genre of music. I also have a few surprises in store for this blog that will help to set it apart from similar blogs. In the process I hope to meet others who share a love and appreciation for music. If there is anything in particular that you would like to see posted here, feel free to make a request and I will do my best to fill it. Please contact me if you would be interested in helping to upload content for this blog or would like to discuss music or anything else. Here are a few relevant links also...

My last.fm Page
Digital Meltd0wn last.fm Group

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