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Queen ~ Innuendo [1991]

Track listing
  1. "Innuendo" (Queen) – 6:29
  2. "I'm Going Slightly Mad" (Queen) – 4:22
  3. "Headlong" (Queen) – 4:39
  4. "I Can't Live with You" (Queen) – 4:35
  5. "Don't Try So Hard" (Queen) – 3:39
  6. "Ride the Wild Wind" (Queen) – 4:41
  7. "All God's People" (Queen/Mike Moran) – 4:19
  8. "These Are the Days of Our Lives" (Queen) – 4:12
  9. "Delilah" (Queen) – 3:32
  10. "The Hitman" (Queen) – 4:52
  11. "Bijou" (Queen) – 3:36
  12. "The Show Must Go On" (Queen) – 4:24

You know you're dying. You have to give birth to as much quality music as you possibly can, and the pressure and unknown time constraints are enough to kill you anyway. So what do you do? You do the only thing you can do, which is justify why music exists: you create a work of music that can live forever. The album is Innuendo. Queen was and is popular, but always deserved much more. This album manifests why. "The Show Must Go On" is one of the top 10 greatest songs ever written (in my book), if not the best, and it gives you an out of body experience. The opening title track reminds us why Queen (along with Bon Jovi) is the best rock band to ever exist. "Don't try so hard" makes me feel it was written just for me. "These are the Days of Our Lives" will make you cry. The video was the last captured footage of him, ever. Do music history a favor and buy this album.

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Queen ~ Greatest Hits [1981 UK edition]

Track Listing:

1. "Bohemian Rhapsody" – 5:55
From A Night at the Opera (1975) Mercury
2. "Another One Bites the Dust" – 3:36
From The Game (1980) Deacon
3. "Killer Queen" – 2:57
From Sheer Heart Attack (1974) Mercury
4. "Fat Bottomed Girls" – single version – 4:16
From Jazz (1978) May
5. "Bicycle Race" – 3:01
From Jazz (1978) Mercury
6. "You're My Best Friend" – 2:52
From A Night at the Opera (1975) Deacon
7. "Don't Stop Me Now" – 3:29
From Jazz (1978) Mercury
8. "Save Me" – 3:48
From The Game (1980) May
9. "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" – 2:42
From The Game (1980) Mercury
10. "Somebody to Love" – 4:56
From A Day at the Races (1976) Mercury
11. "Now I'm Here" – 4:10
From Sheer Heart Attack (1974) May
12. "Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy" – 2:54
From A Day at the Races (1976) Mercury
13. "Play the Game" – 3:33
From The Game (1980) Mercury
14. "Flash" – single version – 2:48
From Flash Gordon (1980) May
15. "Seven Seas of Rhye" – 2:47
From Queen II (1974) Mercury
16. "We Will Rock You" – 2:01
From News of the World (1977) May
17. "We Are the Champions" – 2:59
From News of the World (1977) Mercury

Greatest Hits is a 1981 Queen compilation. The record, released on November 2, 1981, is the UK's all-time best-selling album.[1] Combined with Greatest Hits II, it became the definitive Queen compilation. While a domestic release with different tracks but the same cover art was available in the U.S. in 1981, the British release was available to United States customers only by import until the 1995 release of Greatest Hits I & II, which combined the two discs. The seventeen-track UK Greatest Hits disc was released in the U.S. on its own for the first time, with a few bonus tracks, in 2004 under the name Greatest Hits: We Will Rock You Edition

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Coldplay ~ Parachutes [2000]

All songs written by Berryman, Buckland, Champion and Martin.
  1. "Don't Panic" – 2:17
  2. "Shiver" – 4:59
  3. "Spies" – 5:18
  4. "Sparks" – 3:47
  5. "Yellow" – 4:29
  6. "Trouble" – 4:30
  7. "Parachutes" – 0:46
  8. "High Speed" – 4:14
  9. "We Never Change" – 4:09
  10. "Everything's Not Lost" – 7:15
    "Life Is for Living" (hidden track starting at 5:39)
  11. "Careful Where You Stand" (Japanese bonus track) – 4:45
  12. "For You" (Japanese bonus track) – 5:42

"Parachutes" is a really astonishing debut album from the British band Coldplay. "Parachutes" is best described as a mood piece--mellow, melodic, acoustic guitar, mopey at times but ultimately convinced that "Everything's Not Lost."

Coldplay's sound is a mixture of shimmering guitars, keyboards, and Chris Martin's incredible voice. His voice is probably the cause of the many Thom Yorke, Fran Healy and Jeff Buckley comparisons--like those three singers, he makes very effective use of his falsetto. His voice just crackles with real emotion. They have a great tendency to pair rhythm acoustic and lead electric guitars, which produces a very specificly textured and meshed sound.

All the tracks on the album are worth a listen. Highlights include the sublime "Shiver" (truly swoon-worthy), "Yellow" (simply romantic), "Trouble," and the last track, "Everything's Not Lost."

Highly recommended to fans of Travis's "The Man Who" and Radiohead's "The Bends." Coldplay shares a general musical aesthetic with those two bands, but they also have their own sound and musical project. Listen to the sound clips, and you'll see how Coldplay is both familiar and unique. You won't be wasting your money if you pick this album up.

Parachutes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Francesco Baccini - Il Pianoforte Non E' il Mio Forte

Track List of Francesco Baccini - Il Pianoforte Non E' il Mio Forte

1. Le Donne Di Modena
2. Qua Qua Quando
3. La Giostra Di Bastian
4. Coatto Melody
5. Ragazza da Marito
6. Il Pianoforte Non E'
7. Tir
8. Berenice
9. Genova Blues
10. Sotto Questo Sole
11. IL mio nome è Ivo

Francesco Baccini - IL Pianoforte non è il mio For

Francesco Baccini - IL Pianoforte non è il mio For

Radiohead ~ Pablo Honey [1993]

1. You
2. Creep
3. How Do You?
4. Stop Whispering
5. Thinking About You
6. Anyone Can Play Guitar
7. Ripcord
8. Vegetable
9. Prove Yourself
10. I Can't
11. Lurgee
12. Blow Out

Pablo Honey is the first studio album by English rock band Radiohead, first released in early 1993. The album's title comes from a Jerky Boys prank call skit in which the prank caller states "Pablo, honey? Please come to Florida!" to his victim. This snippet is sampled by the band in the song "How Do You?".
Pablo Honey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Omar Sosa - Sentir-2002

Omar Sosa - Sentir - 2002
LATIN/JAZZ | MP3 256 Kbps | 2 PART | 106 MB

01.Opening for Elegguá
02.Sucesion en Blanco
03.Rojo Changó
04.Manto Blanco
06.Azul Yemayá
07.Oda al Negro
08.Sister in Yellow
09.Cielo y Mar Azules
10.Tres Notas en Amarillo
11.Rojo y Negro

Omar Sosa - Sentir - PART 1

Omar Sosa - Sentir - PART 2

Pass: kzd

İzmirliden sevgilerle..............

With love from izmirli...........

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