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Dolapdere Big Gang ~ Local Strangers [2006]

Dolapdere Big Gang ~ Local Strangers [2006]

  1. Sting - Englishman in New York
  2. Deep Purple - Smoke on the Water
  3. R.E.M. - Losing My Religion
  4. The Weather Girls (1982) (identified as a Geri Halliwell (2001) "cover" on the CD) - It's Raining Men
  5. Michael Jackson - Billie Jean
  6. Simply Red - Something Got me Started
  7. Depeche Mode - Enjoy the Silence
  8. Black Eyed Peas - Shut Up
  9. Robbie Williams - Feel
  10. Steve Miller Band - Serenade
  11. Madonna - La Isla Bonita
  12. Frankie Valli (1968) (identified as a Gloria Gaynor (1990) "cover" on the CD) - Can't Take My Eyes Off You

Dolapdere Big Gang established in the middle of 2004 by DJ producer Önder Ulugür. With 8 musicians mostly from the district of Dolapdere, İstanbul, the gang was formed. They perform the songs with their "Dolapdere Sound" by the "Alaturca" way.

Group members state their way of making music as follows: "Turkey is a country that mixes different cultures in its own because of its position in the world, it's a passway through eastern to western civilization. This mixture is very effective in Turkish way of life. We see that music gets its part from this mixture of different cultures. Till this day, Turkish music tried to adapt western vision, rhythms and style. What we are trying to do is completely the opposite way. We think, to get us listened worldwide goes through our local music from Turkey's multi cultured roots; not trying to be like western artists and imitating them. All these years we admired their songs; from Sting to Madonna, Deep Purple to Michael Jackson we performed their songs like 'us' in our own way. Now it's their turn to admire."[1]

Radiohead ~ OK Computer

1. Airbag
2. Paranoid Android
3. Subterranean Homesick Alien
4. Exit Music (For a Film)
5. Let Down
6. Karma Police
7. Fitter Happier
8. Electioneering
9. Climbing Up the Walls
10. No Surprises
11. Lucky
12. The Tourist

OK Computer is the third album by the English rock band Radiohead, released in 1997. It reached #1 on the UK Albums Chart and marked Radiohead's highest entry into the American market at the time, where it debuted at #21. OK Computer expanded the band's worldwide popularity, becoming the last Radiohead album to have a delayed release outside of the United Kingdom. As of 2007, it has been certified triple platinum in the UK and double platinum in the US.[1][2] OK Computer included the singles "Paranoid Android", "Karma Police" and "No Surprises".

The album was recorded in rural Oxfordshire and Bath, England with Nigel Godrich, who would work with the band on all their future recordings. Although OK Computer was dominated by guitar, its expansive sound and wide range of influences set it apart from the Britpop and alternative rock styles popular at the time, laying the groundwork for Radiohead's later, more experimental work.[3] The album's artwork, by Yorke and frequent collaborator Stanley Donwood, emphasised themes such as consumerism, social disconnection, political stagnation and modern malaise, though the band denied they set out to make a concept album.[4]

OK Computer has received great acclaim from the public and critics. It is often cited as Radiohead's best work and as a landmark album of its time.[5] In 1998, it was nominated for a Grammy Award as Album of the Year, and won for Best Alternative Music Album.

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Radiohead ~ Kid A [2000]

1. "Everything in Its Right Place" – 4:11
2. "Kid A" – 4:44
3. "The National Anthem" – 5:50
4. "How to Disappear Completely" – 5:55
5. "Treefingers" – 3:42
6. "Optimistic" – 5:16
7. "In Limbo" – 3:31
8. "Idioteque" – 5:09
9. "Morning Bell" – 4:29
10. "Motion Picture Soundtrack" – 6:59

Kid A is the fourth album by the English rock band Radiohead, released on October 2, 2000 (2000-10-02) in the United Kingdom and on October 3, 2000 (2000-10-03) in the United States and Canada. A commercial success worldwide,[2] Kid A went platinum in its first week of release in the UK.[3] Despite the lack of an official single or video as publicity, Kid A became the first Radiohead release to debut at #1 in the US.[4] This success was credited variously to a unique marketing campaign, the early Internet leak of the album,[5] or anticipation after the band's 1997 album, OK Computer.[6]

Kid A was recorded in Paris, Copenhagen, Gloucestershire and Oxford with producer Nigel Godrich. The album's songwriting and recording were experimental for Radiohead,[7] as the band replaced their earlier "anthemic" rock style with a more electronic sound.[8] Influenced by Krautrock,[9] jazz,[10] and 20th century classical music,[11] Radiohead abandoned their three-guitar lineup for a wider range of instruments on Kid A, using keyboards, the Ondes martenot, and, on certain compositions, strings and brass.[9] Kid A also contains more minimal and abstract lyrics than the band's previous work.[12] Singer Thom Yorke has said the album was not intended as "art", but reflects the music they listened to at the time.[13] Original artwork by Stanley Donwood and Yorke, and a series of short animated films called "blips", accompanied the album.

Kid A has been considered one of the more challenging pop records to have commercial success,[14] and it polarised opinion among both fans and critics.[7] The album won a Grammy for Best Alternative Album and was nominated for Album of the Year. It also received praise for introducing listeners to diverse forms of underground music.[7]

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VA ~ 100 Greatest Guitar Solos

001 Led Zeppelin-Stairway to Heaven
002 Van Halen-Eruption
003 Lynyrd Skynyrd-Freebird
004 Pink Floyd-Comfo....See all 100 Tracksrtably Numb
005 Jimi Hendrix-All Along the Watchtower
006 Guns N” Roses-November Rain
007 Metallica-One
008 Eagles-Hotel California
009 Black Sabbath-Crazy Train
010 Cream-Crossroads
011 Jimi Hendrix-Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
012 Chuck Berry-Johnny B. Goode
013 Stevie Ray Vaughan-Texas Flood
014 Derek and the Dominos-Layla
015 Deep Purple-Highway Star
016 Led Zeppelin-Heartbreaker
017 Eric Johnson-Cliffs of Dover
018 Jimi Hendrix-Little Wing
019 Pantera-Floods
020 Queen-Bohemian Rhapsody
021 Pink Floyd-Time
022 Dire Straits-Sultans of Swing
023 Rage Against The Machine-Bulls on Parade
024 Metallica-Fade to Black
025 Jethro Tull-Aqualung
026 Nirvana-Smells Like Teen Spirit
027 Stevie Ray Vaughan-Pride and Joy
028 Ozzy Ozborne-Mr. Crowley
029 Steve Vai-For the Love of God
030 Joe Satriani-Surfing With the Alien
031 Ted Nugent-Stranglehold
032 Jimi Hendrix-Machine Gun
033 B.B King-The Thrill Is Gone
034 Radiohead-Paranoid Android
035 Pantera-Cemetery Gates
036 Yngwie Malmsteen-Black Star
037 Guns N” Roses-Sweet Child O” Mine
038 Led Zeppelin-Whole Lotta Love
039 Neil Young-Cortez the Killer
040 Steely Dan-Reelin” in the Years
041 Queen-Brighton Rock
042 Beatles-While My Guitar Gently Weeps
043 ZZ Top-Sharp Dressed Man
044 Pearl Jam-Alive
045 Doors-Light My Fire
046 Van Halen-Hot for Teacher
047 Allman Brothers Band-Jessica
048 Rolling Stones-Sympathy for the Devil
049 Santana-Europa
050 Kiss-Shock Me
051 Ozzie Ozborne-No More Tears
052 Jimi Hendrix-Star-Spangled Banner
053 Led Zeppelin-Since I”ve Been Loving You
054 Smashing Pumpkins-Geek USA
055 Joe Satriani-Satch Boogie
056 Black Sabbath-War Pigs
057 Pantera-Walk
058 Eric Clapton-Cocaine
059 Kinks-You Really Got Me
060 Frank Zappa-Zoot Allures
061 Metallica-Master of Puppets
062 Pink Floyd-Money
063 Red Hot Chili Peppers-Scar Tissue
064 Prince-Little Red Corvette
065 Allman Brothers-Blue Sky
066 Iron Maiden-The Number of the Beast
067 Michael Jackson feat. Eddie Van Halen-Beat It
068 Yes-Starship Trooper
069 Beatles-And Your Bird Can Sing
070 Jimi Hendrix-Purple Haze
071 Funkadelic-Maggot Brain
072 Aerosmith-Walk This Way
073 Phish-Stash
074 Deep Purple-Lazy
075 The Who-Won”t Get Fooled Again
076 Neil Young-Cinnamon Girl
077 Alice In Chains-Man in the Box
078 Grateful Dead-Truckin”
079 Van Halen-Mean Street
080 AC-DC-You Shook Me All Night Long
081 The Velvet Underground-Sweet Jane
082 King Crimson-21st Century Schizoid Man
083 Stevie Ray Vaughan-Scuttle Buttin”
084 UFO-Lights Out
085 David Bowie-Moonage Daydream
086 Allman Brothers Band-Whipping Post
087 Johnny Winter-Highway 61 Revisited
088 Steely Dan-Kid Charlemagne
089 Rage Against the Machine-Killing in the Name
090 Eric Clapton-Let It Rain
091 Creedence Clearwater Revival-Heard It Through the Grapevine
092 Stray Cats-Stray Cat Strut
093 The Doors-The End
094 Rush-Working Man
095 Pearl Jam-Yellow Ledbetter
096 Rolling Stones-Honky Tonk Woman
097 Judas Priest-Beyond the Realms of Death
098 Dream Theater-Under a Glass Moon
099 Jeff Beck-”Cause We”ve Ended as Lovers
100 Bon Jovi-Wanted Dead or Alive

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Romper Stomper ~ [SOUNDTRACK] [1992]

Romper Stomper (1992 Film)
Track Listings
1. Prologue
2. Romper Stomper Theme
3. Pulling on the Boots
4. Skinheads Go Shopping/Gabe Sees Swastika
5. Mein Kampf
6. Fuehrer Fuehrer
7. Let's Break Some Fingers/Brawl Crawl
8. Smack Song
9. Tonguey for the Skins/Nightmare for the Hippies
10. At the Mansion
11. We Came to Wreck Everything
12. Wild Animals 1
13. Bubs Dead/Gabe Finds Davey
14. Gabe and Davey
15. Fourth Reich Fighting Men
16. Night Drive
17. On the Beach
18. Wild Animals 2
19. Fourth Reich Fighting Men (Reprise)
20. Dead Nazi March

Directed by Geoffrey Wright
Starring Russell Crowe
Daniel Pollock
Jacqueline McKenzie
Tony Lee
Music by John Clifford White
Distributed by Village Roadshow

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Romper Stomper is a 1992 Australian film directed by Geoffrey Wright starring Russell Crowe, Daniel Pollock, Jacqueline McKenzie and Tony Lee. The film follows the exploits and downfall of a Nazi skinhead group in blue-collar suburban Melbourne.

The soundtrack released on Picture This Records includes orchestral music, as well as dark, energetic music similar to the Oi! genre (recorded by studio musicians). The film was nominated for 9 Australian Film Institute Awards, winning Best Achievement in Sound, Best Actor in a Lead Role and Best Original Music Score.

Daniel Pollock, who plays Davey in the film, committed suicide before the film's release by jumping in front of a train. He had been struggling with a serious heroin addiction, as well as the breakup of his romantic relationship with co-star Jacqueline McKenzie. Crowe wrote a song about the suicide called "The Night That Davey Hit the Train" which he later performed with his band 30 Odd Foot of Grunts.

I'm non-white, and a newbie to this Oi! thing, but I do like the fast pace of this musical genre, and I'm interested in getting more. Yes, it's a bit weird at first going along with lyrics of violence directed at people who look like me, but you know human beings get used to most anything. I'm just focusing on the music, I guess, the language of anger and frustration, of outrage and abandon, of illusions of grandeur and empowerment...LOL. As an introduction, I think this is a fairly solid way of broaching that Oi! scene, though I was hoping for maybe some new material...anyway, it is a soundtrack all right. Oddly, not much info was provided: no lyrics, the band ain't even listed....

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