Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Go-Go's: Peppermint Lounge 1981

GO-GO'S
Peppermint Lounge
New York,  July 1981

14 tracks total.
Sound quality: B
Artwork & upload by MaxPericles for SpinCycleMedia

File size: 87.62 MB (RAR bundle)
LOSSY
Format: MP3
Bit rate : 320 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate : 44.1 KHz
NOTE: You must have the necessary software to be able to open and extract files from the RAR archive format to access the individual music files. To download a quick, easy and free application that will do the trick, click here.

01  Beatnik Beach
02  How Much More

 03  Our Lips Are Sealed
04  He's So Strange
05  Can't Stop The World
06  You Can't Walk In Your Sleep
07  Cool Jerk
08  Lust To Love
09  Surfing And Spying
10  (Remember) Walking In The Sand
11  Skidmarks On My Heart
12  We Got The Beat
13  This Town
14  Let's Have A Party

The Go-Go's play New York's famed Peppermint Lounge in July of 1981.  This is a great place to start for those interested in hearing the 1981 Beautify America Tour story, as it captures the band less polished and pre-fame in an intimate venue only a month or so away from becoming stars.  Dig in.
 

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

that dog. - totally crushed out! (GBG deluxe edition)

THAT DOG
totally crushed out.
(GBG deluxe edition)
Original release: DGC/Geffen Records (1995)
  • 13 original album tracks
  • 16 bonus tracks
  • 4 bonus videos
  • image gallery 
  • additional multimedia

File size: 196.48 MB (RAR bundle)
NOTE: You must have the necessary software to be able to open and extract files from the RAR archive format to access the individual music files. To download a quick, easy and free application that will do the trick, click here.

All music files are in the MP3 format, most encoded at 192kbps.
Videos are in the MP4 format.
You must have necessary codecs installed to play these files.

tracklisting
01 ms. wrong
02 silently
03 in the back of my mind
04 he's kissing christian
05 anymore
06 to keep me
07 lip gloss
08 she doesn't know how
09 holidays
10 side part
11 one summer night
12 michael jordan
13 rockstar
featuring special guest beck on banjo
19 one summer night 
(alternate version)
20 laverne & shirley theme 
(live in milwaukee 1996)
21 you'll do it again
 
(live in milwaukee 1996)
22 adam in june
performed by june blake
23 steve threw up  
performed by beck with members of that dog.
24 piss-bottle man 
performed by mike watt with evan dando and members of that dog.
25 i just threw out the love of my dreams
performed by weezer (featuring rachel haden)
26 friends of p.
performed by the rentals (featuring petra haden)
27 move on
performed by the rentals (featuring petra haden and rachel haden)
28 waiting
performed by the rentals (featuring petra haden)
29 totally crushed out!
(later titled 'long island')

bonus videos
he's kissing christian (promo video)
ms. wrong (spincyclemedia photoshow)
friends of p. (promo video)
waiting (promo video)

we hope you enjoy some highlights of this fine compilation below.  
however, when you're done, don't forget to scroll down for more info on the songs you have heard.  thanks
 
The second in a four-part that dog. series:  I present you with that dog's second album Totally Crushed Out!, given ye olde GBG (GrrlBandGeek) Deluxe Edition treatment - 13 original album tracks, 16 bonus tracks, 4 videos, loads of high quality album artwork scans, band photos, magazine articles, and much much more.  (Well, not really much more than that, but I think that should be enough to entice the canine lovers among you.)

Let's get right into it:  the original release of that dog.'s second album Totally Crushed Out! dropped on July 18, 1995 on Geffen Records and was a somewhat schizophonic affair being stuck somewhere between the neo twee-punk sound of their debut and the uber-polished power pop of their third, and final album, 1997's Retreat From The Sun.  While some numbers such as "Anymore" and "Side Part" certainly evoke the quiet simplicity of their debut release, they fall short of those songs quality, leaving the impression that some of Totally Crushed Out! is comprised of cast-offs from the first album sessions.  Of these type songs, only "Holidays" and the haunting "She Doesn't Know How" are worthy successors to the bands earlier work.

Luckily for the listener, the band decided to move beyond their comfort zone on TCO! which result in the treasures of this release.  The youthful punk rock zest only glimpsed in previous songs like "Old Timer" are given full reign in songs like "Lip Gloss" and "One Summer Night", two key tracks which pump some  much-needed life into this release right when needed most.  And then anchoring the album are three of the band's finest songs:  the one-two punch of should-of been a single album opener "Ms. Wrong" and "Silently" and first single "He's Kissing Christian".  It's interesting to note that these three songs are the first attempt by the band to work with a larger, more established producer (in the case of "Ms. Wrong" and "He's Kissing Christian", it was red-hot at-the-time Green Day producer Rob Cavallo) and their experimentation fully pays off yelding something that would go on to form the template sound of their third album Retreat From The Sun.

Onward to the bonus tracks:  First up is "Ridiculous", the shortest song in that dog's repertoire clocking in at one minute and seven seconds from the now ultra-rare 1995 WIN Records compilation album The Poop Alley Tapes: A Compilation of 31 Los Angeles Bands.  Poop Alley was an integral part of the early that dog sound, as most of those recordings were made at the studio with Waldo The Dog Faced Boy member/Poop Alley owner Tom Grimley behind the console.  "Explain" was recorded in late 1994 for the Jabberjaw - Good To The Last Drop benefit compilation on Mammoth Records when original selection for that release ("This Boy") had been tacked onto the end of that dog's debut album at the last minute instead.  (Jabberjaw was a coffee-house/art gallery/all ages venue in Los Angeles where that dog played their very first show - the compilation was produced to raise money to assist the club with their expenses to stay open - unfortunately the club closed it's doors in 1997.)  "Explain" is also one of only a few that dog songs that singer Anna Waronker does not sing lead on - here violinist Petra Haden takes center stage for a change.

In 1994 original Germs guitarist and Nirvana/Foo Fighters member Pat Smear befriended That Dog after seeing them open for Beck at the Troubadour.  So enamored of singer Anna Waronker's songwriting ability and craftsmanship he asked her to produce his next solo album.  With the rest of that dog backing him up, Pat and company (or 'Pat Dog', as they semi-jokingly called the band) recorded six songs which for whatever reason were shelved and still have not surfaced to this day. Most likely, "We Must Bleed", from the Germs tribute compilation Lion's Share: A Small Circle Of Friends date from around this time if not these sessions.  That Dog perform the song to the tune of their own "Old Timer", whose chorus melody does bear a striking similarity to the original Germs track. 

"Midnight At The Oasis" was a cover of the 1974 Maria Muldaur hit, taken from the 1995 benefit compilation album Spirit of '73: Rock For Choice. Spirit of '73: Rock For Choice was put together by the activist group Feminist Majority with proceeds going to support the Becky Bell/Rosie Jimenez Campaign "to lift consent laws and federal funding restrictions that are forcing young women to turn to back-alley abortions". The compilation's title is inspired by the Janu+ry 22, 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in the United States and the songs included are all contemporary artists of 1995 covering songs that were popular in the early 1970s.  The band also had a more personal reason for covering the song:  singer Anna Waronker's father Lenny Waronker had produced the original, so this in a way was a tribute to her Dad.

Good band-friend Beck plays banjo on the acoustic version of "Silently" included here, a song that was released as a b-side to the promo single of "Never Say Never" in 1997.  An uncredited Beck actually wrote the banjo part he plays in this song, which would later be 'sung' live and on the album version by violinist Petra Haden, an expert at mimicking the sound of certain instruments with only her voice. (Originally the track was to be published as a Beck Hansen/Anna Waronker co-write, but Beck declined credit on the tune, possibly as a gift to his longtime friends and sometimes back-up band.)  That Dog returned the favor on "Steve Threw Up",  a Beck single released via Bong Load Custom Records in 1994 that featured Anna on bass, Rachel on drums and Petra on fiddle on vocals.

TCO!'s song "One Summer Night" bears the distinction of having been recorded and released in some manner three different times, more than any other that dog song.  The first time it was recorded  was for the John Peel Show on BBC Radio in January of 1993 (aired: December 1993 - and can be found on the deluxe edition of that dog.'s debut album here), while the second version (which is denoted here as the 'Alternate Version') was recorded with Tom Grimley at Poop Alley Studios in late 1993 specifically for Volume 9, a periodically released U.K. magazine/compilation CD.  This version bears a different  arrangement than the first or third/album version of the track (also included here), instead employing a more dancey drum beat and bass sound, with some nice breaks that bring out the charm of the song.  Fun fact: future SNL star and longtime band friend Maya Rudolph can be heard as one of the talking voices amidst the din heard towards the end of the song.

If you missed that dog live during their heyday, here's your chance to experience some of the joy:  two songs recorded on March 28, 1996 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  Perhaps inspired by the city in which they were playing, the band does a wacky cover of  the theme to the Milwaukee-situated TV show Laverne & Shirley complete with the opening American-Yiddish hopscotch chant "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Schlemiel! Schlimazel! Hasenpfeffer Incorporated!"  ("Schlimazel...what the hell does that mean?" Waronker asks the audience). "You'll Do It Again" - a rare unrecorded original That Dog song follows.

Rounding out the GBG deluxe edition bonus tracks, are some examples of That Dog members moonlighting: Anna Waronker tests the water as a solo artist under the pseudonym of June Blake on the song "Adam In June", also featured on The Poop Alley Tapes compilation from 1995.  (The song is featured here in an edited form.)  The band backs up Beck on the aforementioned "Steve Threw Up"; Anna, Rachel and Petra sing back-up vocals on Mike Watt's "Piss-Bottle Man"  (also featuring lead vocals by Lemonheads singer Evan Dando); Rachel performs guest lead vocals on the Weezer Pinkerton-era b-side "I Just Threw Out The Love Of My Dreams" and both Petra and Rachel contribute to Weezer bassist Matt Sharp's side project The Rentals' album Return Of The Rentals, here represented by Petra's appearance on violin and vocals on the singles "Friends of P." and "Waiting", and Rachel's harmony vocals on the album track "Move On".  (Also included in this package are the two Rentals promotional videos for "Friends Of P" and "Waiting" which both feature Petra prominently - the latter even including an extended stunt bike scene by Petra's character before she bursts into the studio to perform her violin solo and a cameo by Rachel as a production assistant at the beginning of the clip.  Great stuff!)

And the final bonus track for this set is, strangely enough, a song from the next that dog album 1997's Retreat From The Sun.  While the band was finishing up their second album, a popular phrase amongst the band was 'Totally Crushed Out!' due to rampant discussion about crushes that they all had on various people.  Inspired, singer Anna Waronker wrote a song called "Totally Crushed Out!", which the band quickly decided would also make a great album title as well.  The problem?  Well, the song was written too late to be recorded for the release, as all final tracking sessions for the album had been completed.  Undeterred, the band decided to move forward with naming the album Totally Crushed Out!, figuring they would be in good company with bands like The Doors, Led Zeppelin and Queen, who all had albums named for songs that would appear on a later album (Waiting For The Sun, Houses Of The Holy and Sheer Heart Attack, respectively).  It wasn't until after the song had been recorded for their next album Retreat From The Sun, that the band decided to change the official title of the song to "Long Island" at the last minute to avoid any confusion.  Fun facts!

Next up:  that dog decides to Retreat From The Sun ...


Sunday, July 18, 2010

Bangles: Bad Taste Ball, Warwick University, Coventry UK 2/8/86

BANGLES
Bad Taste Ball
Warwick University
Coventry U.K.
February 8, 1986

20 tracks total.
Sound quality: A
Artwork & upload by MaxPericles for SpinCycleMedia

File size: 153.87 MB (RAR bundle)
LOSSY
Format: MP3
Bit rate : 320 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate : 44.1 KHz
NOTE: You must have the necessary software to be able to open and extract files from the RAR archive format to access the individual music files. To download a quick, easy and free application that will do the trick, click here.


Tracklisting:
01 In A Different Light
02 Live
03 Restless
04 Walking Down Your Street
05 James
06 September Gurls
07 Manic Monday
08 Not Like You
09 He's Got A Secret
10 I'm In Line
11 If She Knew What She Wants
12 Return Post
13 Let It Go
14 Going Down To Liverpool
15 Angels Don't Fall In Love
16 I'm Not Talking
17 Hero Takes A Fall
18 Dover Beach
19 7 And 7 Is
20 Want You

Great sounding show from the Bangles early 1986 European tour to promote their just-finished second album Different Light. Just prior to the massive fame that "Manic Monday" would bring, it's interesting to hear the band in such an intimate environment, completely unaware of what was to come. These early 1986 shows are also notable for being the only time Different Light album closer "Not Like You" was performed. Check it out...

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

that dog. - the self-titled debut album (GBG deluxe edition)



THAT DOG
the self-titled debut album
(GBG Deluxe Edition)
  • 15 original album tracks
  • 19 bonus tracks
  • 3 bonus videos 
  • image gallery
  • additional multimedia
File size: 195.56 MB (RAR bundle)
NOTE: You must have the necessary software to be able to open and extract files from the RAR archive format to access the individual music files. To download a quick, easy and free application that will do the trick, click here.
All music files are in the MP3 format, most encoded at 192kbps.
Videos are in the MP4 format.
You must have necessary codecs installed to play these files.


tracklisting
01 old timer.
02 jump.
03 raina.
04 you are here.
05 just like me.
06 she.
07 angel.
08 westside angst.
09 she looks at me.
10 punk rock girl.
11 zodiac.
12 family functions.
13 she looks at me (reprise).
14 paid programming.
15 this boy.
bonus tracks
16 buy me flowers.
17 untitled.
18 grunge couple.
19 i invented a head.
20 campfire.
21 sit on the floor (peel session).
22 one summer night (peel session).
23 grunge couple (live).
24 old timer (original 7" version).
25 raina (original 7" version).
26 she (original 7" version).
27 westside angst (original 7" version).
28 angel  (original 7" rip).
29 jump  (original 7" rip).
30 paid programming  (original 7" rip).
31 she looks at me.
performed by matt sharp
32 angel.
performed by waldo the dog faced boy
33 cherry llama.
performed by salamander
34 hand glides.
performed by salamander

videos
old timer. (promo video)
you are here. (SpinCycleMedia photo show)
paid programming. (SpinCycleMedia photo show)

In a continuing line of albums that I believe should get the expanded bonus deluxe edition treatment, but never will, I give you that dog. - the self-titled debut album (grrlbandgeek deluxe edition).

That Dog (or that dog. as they styled themselves upon arrival) were an L.A. pop band active from 1992-1998 that featured Anna Waronker (daughter of record mogul Lenny Waronker), Rachel and Petra Haden (two of jazz bassist Charlie Haden's triplet daughters) and Tony Maxwell on drums. They gathered alot of buzz upon their debut given their high-profile pedigrees, but it was their unique sound, centered around Waronker's simple pop meanderings backed by the Haden sisters pitch-perfect harmonies that really got the conversation started. Someone once called them a punk-rock Roches, and for this record anyways, I can't think of a better description. Their first release - a double 7" single on the Hawthorne based Magnatone Records - quickly became the buzz record of the moment generating lots of airplay on local college stations KXLU and KCRW. The latters Chris Douridas, host of Morning Becomes Eclectic brought the band to the attention of DGC/Geffen Records, who immediately began wooing the baby band with a deal.

Just as the band was about to sign with Geffen, they got word that Ivo Watts-Russell, the head of 4AD International had heard the group's single on the John Peel Sessions show on BBC Radio and was also keen to ink the band. This presented a serious dilemma for the band - 4AD had been one of the most important labels to the band members growing up, but they had already preliminarily entered into a contract with Geffen. What to do? In a unique tale of record label collaboration, Geffen agreed to allow the first album to be released by Guernica (an imprint of 4AD) in the territories outside of North America, while DGC would release it within the States through the alternative distribution channel RED. This allowed for two separate releases of the same record, with two different artwork designs in early 1994. The Guernica/4AD release featured a design that was beautiful and sleek in line with much of the other 4AD packages of the time, while the DGC release featured basically the same artwork as used by the band on their debut single (albeit in an expanded capacity). The record itself was pretty much a re-issue of their debut single, with some additional songs thrown on for good measure. The songs "Raina", "She" and "Old Timer" which had all appeared on the debut single had been re-recorded, while "Westside Angst" had been slightly edited (the dialing sound at the beginning of the song was cut). The songs "Jump", "Angel", and "Paid Programming" all appear on the album as they had initially appeared on wax. (All of the songs from the debut single are included here as bonus tracks - forgive the quality - they were mastered from the original test pressing which wasn't in the best shape.)

One impetus for getting the Guernica release was the additional 7" single that came with the vinyl edition of the album. The two songs featured on it "Buy Me Flowers" b/w "Untitled" (both included here as bonus tracks) are quite rare and showcase the early sound of the band. "Grunge Couple" was another early song that just missed being put on the record, so it was instead assigned for release on the 1994 compilation DGC Rarities, Vol. 1. The band later released this version (the studio version) of the song on a 7" single b/w "I Invented A Head" that was only sold at shows. "I Invented A Head" and a live version of "Grunge Couple" (also included here) were also featured on the "Old Timer" promo single that was sent to radio in late 1994. Also in late 1994 came the split 10" with Waldo The Dog Faced Boy, which featured that dog covering Waldo's "Campfire" on one side (#20) with them returning the favor on the reverse side with a cover of the that dog song "Angel" (#32).While that dog's cover tends to be more straight forward, Waldo The Dog Faced Boy's rendition is more of a mash-up with their own original song turning it into an 8-minute long opus.

"Sit On The Floor" (#21) and "One Summer Night" (#22) both hail from a John Peel Session for BBC Radio, recorded in January of 1993 but not aired until December of that year. ("One Summer Night" did well enough to chart at #26 in John Peel's Festive Fifty list for the year of 1994. The band would go on the re-record this song twice - once for the CD compilation Volume 9 in 1994 and then again for their second album Totally Crushed Out! in 1995.)

When asked who their favorite band in L.A. was in 1993 just prior to signing their record deal, Weezer unanimously answered "That Dog". Track 31 is a cover of "She Looks At Me" by Weezer bassist/Rentals leader Matt Sharp, recorded in early 1994. At the time Sharp was putting together a band called "That's Incredible!" that also featured Rachel Haden on vocals. (That's Incredible would eventually become the The Rentals - albeit with less involvement from Haden who was committed to That Dog's recording and touring schedule at the time.) His take on "She Looks at Me" is a genuine and heartfelt take on the innocent love song.

Rounding out the bonus tracks here are two songs from Salamander, a band that featured Rachel & Petra Haden along with Scott & Sean Wheatley, Evan Hartzell and Haden triplet sister Tanya on cello and existed (at least initially) simultaneously with that dog. When That Dog got signed to DGC/Geffen Records in 1993, they unfortunately had to leave the group to devote more time to that band, signaling the demise of Salamander as a group. The two tracks here: "Cherry Llama" and "Hand Glides" clearly show the early 4AD influence on the girls who both cited such bands as Lush and the Cocteau Twins as inspirations.

Next up: the GBG Deluxe Edition treatment of the second That Dog album Totally Crushed Out!...

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Go-Go's: Live at The Keystone, Palo Alto CA 7/23/81

GO-GO'S
Live at the Keystone Palo Alto
Palo Alto, CA
July 23, 1981

17 songs on 16 tracks
(first track contains 2 songs).
Sound quality: B
Artwork: MaxPericles/SpinCycleMedia
Originally found this one via Gle-Gle Blogspot
Praise be to they

File size: 78.76 MB (RAR bundle)
LOSSY
Format: MP3
Bit rate : 192 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate : 44.1 KHz
NOTE: You must have the necessary software to be able to open and extract files from the RAR archive format to access the individual music files. To download a quick, easy and free application that will do the trick, click here.


Tracklisting
01 Surfing And Spying/
How Much More
02 Our Lips Are Sealed
03 Fading Fast
04 Tonite
05 London Boys
06 Automatic
07 Lust To Love
08 You Can't Walk In Your Sleep
09 This Town
10 Can't Stop The World
11 Cool Jerk
12 Skidmarks On My Heart
13 Let's Have A Party
14 Beatnik Beach
15 We Got The Beat
16 (Remember) Walking In The Sand

Friday, July 9, 2010

Bangles: Live at Bierkeller, Bristol U.K. 2/4/86

BANGLES
Live at Bierkeller
Bristol U.K.
February 4, 1986

20 tracks total.
Sound quality: B+
Artwork & upload by MaxPericles for SpinCycleMedia

File size: 148.85 MB (RAR bundle)
LOSSY
Format: MP3
Bit rate : 320 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate : 44.1 KHz
NOTE: You must have the necessary software to be able to open and extract files from the RAR archive format to access the individual music files. To download a quick, easy and free application that will do the trick, click here.


Tracklisting:
01 In A Different Light
02 Live
03 Restless
04 Walking Down Your Street
05 James
06 September Gurls
07 Manic Monday
08 Not Like You
09 He's Got A Secret
10 I'm In Line
11 If She Knew What She Wants
12 Return Post
13 Let It Go
14 Going Down To Liverpool
15 Angels Don't Fall In Love
16 I'm Not Talking
17 Hero Takes A Fall
18 Dover Beach
19 7 And 7 Is
20 Want You


Wednesday, July 7, 2010

YOUTUBE: Hole - Petals (Live in Houston TX 7/6/10)

HOLE
"Petals"
live from the House Of Blues
Houston, Texas
July 6, 2010
Courtesy of YouTube member OfficialTonyTerror.

Despite her statement at the beginning of this clip, this is the first time "Petals" has ever been publicly performed. A rare treat from the current 2010 'Hole Evolution' tour.

Go-Go's: Earthlink Live! Atlanta GA 2/9/05

GO-GO'S
Earthlink Live!
Atlanta, GA
February 9, 2005

22 tracks total.
Sound quality: B+
Taper: Marc Kim
Source: Neumann AK40 > LC3 > KM100 > MV100 (Burr Brown Mod) > M1
Location: 40 ft. center
Compiled by George Wang
Artwork & upload by MaxPericles for SpinCycleMedia

File size: 146.42 MB (RAR bundle)
LOSSY
Format: MP3
Bit rate : 256 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate : 44.1 KHz
NOTE: You must have the necessary software to be able to open and extract files from the RAR archive format to access the individual music files. To download a quick, easy and free application that will do the trick, click here.

Tracklisting
01 (Intro)
02 This Town
03 Our Lips Are Sealed
04 Get Up And Go
05 You Can't Walk In Your Sleep (If You Can't Sleep)
06 How Much More
07 Automatic
08 Cool Jerk
09 Head Over Heels
10 Throw Me A Curve
11 Surfing And Spying
12 Beatnik Beach
13 Vacation
14 Tonite
15 Stuck In My Car
16 Skidmarks On My Heart
17 We Got The Beat
18 (Encore Applause)
19 Fun With Ropes
20 X-Offender
21 Sheena Is A Punk Rocker
22 (Outro)

Decent sounding audience recording from Atlanta in 2005...the highlights here are the last three: Fun With Ropes and two covers: Blondie's X-Offender and the Ramones Sheena Is A Punk Rocker.

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Go-Go's Live @ The Roxy, West Hollywood CA 2/01/81

GO-GO'S
Vicious Circle
Live at The Roxy On The Fabulous Sunset Strip
February 1, 1981

18 tracks total.
Sound quality: A (90/100)
source : unknown mic > unknown recorder
transfer from first generation cassette
taper: brian s
tape provided by: mystical crow
transfer: markp
(Thanks guys!)

File size: 79.81 MB (RAR bundle)
LOSSY
Format: MP3
Bit rate : 192 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate : 44.1 KHz
NOTE: You must have the necessary software to be able to open and extract files from the RAR archive format to access the individual music files. To download a quick, easy and free application that will do the trick, click here.


Tracklisting
01 Tom Jones Intro
02 Beatnik Beach
03 How Much More
04 Our Lips Are Sealed
05 Can't Stop The World
06 He's So Strange
07 Speeding
08 Cool Jerk
09 Lust To Love
10 You Can't Walk In Your Sleep
11 Skidmarks On My Heart
12 Surfing And Spying
13 (Remember) Walkin' In The Sand
14 London Boys
15 We Got The Beat
16 This Town
17 Let's Have A Party
18 Vicious Circle

Friday, July 2, 2010

VIDEO: Bangles - Manic Monday (Extended California Version)

video
BANGLES
"Manic Monday"
(Extended California Version)


Technical Stuff:
Format : MPEG-4 (MP4)
File size : 24.6 MiB
Duration : 5mn 7s
Overall bit rate : 670 Kbps

VIDEO
Format : AVC
Format/Info : Advanced Video Codec
Format profile : Baseline@L3.0
Format settings, CABAC : No
Bit rate mode : Variable
Bit rate : 539 Kbps
Maximum bit rate : 882 Kbps
Width : 480 pixels
Height : 360 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 4:3
Frame rate : 29.970 fps
Resolution : 8 bits
Colorimetry : 4:2:0
Scan type : Progressive
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.104
Stream size : 19.7 MiB (80%)

AUDIO
Format : AAC
Bit rate mode : Variable
Bit rate : 129 Kbps
Maximum bit rate : 231 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Channel positions : Front: L R
Sampling rate : 44.1 KHz

Video remix by MaxPericles for SpinCycleMedia, 2009.

VIDEO: The Go-Go's - Vacation (MultiMix)

video
GO-GO'S
"Vacation"

(MultiMix)

DOWNLOAD VIDEO
http://www.mediafire.com/?n2jgjhbmzk2

Format : AVI
File size : 44.4 MiB
Duration : 4mn 35s
Overall bit rate: 1 350 Kbps
Codec ID : DivX

VIDEO
Bit rate : 1 112 Kbps
Width : 640 pixels
Height : 480 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 4:3
Frame rate : 30.000 fps
Resolution : 8 bits
Colorimetry : 4:2:0
Scan type : Progressive
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.121
Stream size : 36.6 MiB (82%)

AUDIO
Format: MP3
Mode: Joint stereo
Bit rate: 224 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate : 44.1 KHz

Video Remix by MaxPericles for SpinCycleMedia, 2009.

Free To Fight! (Candy Ass/Chainsaw Records compilation)

FREE TO FIGHT!
Self Defense For Women & Girls
compilation, Candy Ass Records/Chainsaw Records 1995

File: 76.69 MB RAR
15 songs by different artists + 13 instructional tracks = 28 tracks total
Comes in a RAR archive file, so you must have the necessary software (i.e. WinRAR, WinZIP, etc) to open and extract files from them already on your computer. All tracks are encoded in the MP3 format (bitrate varies), so you must have each necessary codec installed to play.


Tracklisting
01 Sarah Rides The Greyhound
02 Monster Snack Performed by The Third Sex
03 Definition of Self Defense
04 Song for Anne Bannon Performed by Team Dresch
05 Sleep'n wit' the Enemy Performed by Mizzery
06 Violence is Violence
07 Killing Your Clone is Still Murder Performed by Sue P. Fox
08 Carnation Red Performed by Rebecca Gates
09 Body Language
10 Don't Performed by Fifth Column
11 Yelling
12 Real Defense Performed by 151
13 Make a Scene
14 The Martyr Performed by Containe
15 Assertiveness Practice
16 New Terror Story Performed by Nikki, Jen, Rueben
17 St. What's Her Name Performed by The Lois
18 Alice's Story
19 Primary Targets
20 Target Practice
21 Striking
22 Disgracias Performed by Cheesecake
23 Laura Sister Nobody Crosses the Street
24 Daddy's Crazy Performed by Axteca X
25 Get Out of My Head Performed by Heavens To Betsy
26 Sylvia Gets Fancy
27 Forever Fired Performed by Excuse Seventeen
28 Lucky One Performed by Nikki McClure

Titles in bold are the musical tracks or artist-specific spoken word pieces;
those that are not in bold are the instructional tracks.
For detailed track information, click on the images underneath the YouTube player below.

The Lois "St. What's-Her-Name" from Free To Fight: