segunda-feira, 31 de agosto de 2009
In this download, I've put 6 of his tracks that are favourites of mine. But you can hear the rest on www.myspace.com/pogotracks
My two favourites are Expialidocious(the one from the video right below) and Scrumdiddlyumptious. Just listen to these two, m'kay?
sexta-feira, 28 de agosto de 2009
This is truly hard to describe. Just listen to the youtube video.
1. Build Voice
2. Red F
3. Paddling Ghost
5. Of The Mountains
6. Surprise Stefani
7. Wet Wings
8. Woof Woof
9. Slow With Horns/Run For your Life
11. Get Older
quinta-feira, 27 de agosto de 2009
THIS IS A JAZZ ALBUM. A JAZZ ONE, YOU HEAR? THEN DON'T COME COMPLAINING TO ME LIKE A CERTAIN PERSON WHO HAS SENT ME A CERTAIN EMAIL LAST NIGHT:
"hey dudeess... i dawnloaded a record from yer blog and it was all like jazz and stuff!!! waddafuk, are you gay or sumthin?? lol fags"
Ok. Bearing that in mind, let's move on.
"When alto saxophonist Cannonball Adderley culled together this quartet, he grabbed three champions from seemingly disparate schools to complement his flinty solos: Miles Davis, the king of cool; Art Blakey, the thundering force of hard bop; Hank Jones, a veteran of swing; and Sam Jones, a versatile bassist adaptable to nearly any setting. The results are one of Blue Note's most beloved albums. The midtempo title track provides the centerpiece of this classic as Adderley echoes Miles's swaggering melody before both unravel wonderful solos. A must-have Blue Note album. --John Murph"
1 - Autumn Leaves
2 - Love For Sale
3 - Somethin' Else
4 - One for Daddy'o
5 - Dancing in The Dark
6 - Alison's Uncle
Download link (62mb):
I have in mind this is a JAZZ album. Acknowledging that fact I still want to hear it.
quarta-feira, 26 de agosto de 2009
I haven't heard to many australian bands in my life but Eddy Current is definitely my favourite one to have come out of the kangaroo island in the last decade.
Even though they aren't trying to create new rock tendencies, and, instead, are doing the good old garage rock thing with some bits of punk and rocknroll, they do it so well that every song here is a winner.
Colour Television is definitely my favourite. You can't go wrong when you use hypnotic-repeating bass riffs.
1- Memory Lane
2- Sunday's Coming
3- Wrapped Up
4- Colour Television
5- That's inside of Me
6- I admit my Faults
7- Which Way to Go
8- You Let me Be Honest With You
9- We'll be Turned on
10- I Don't Wanna Play No More
segunda-feira, 24 de agosto de 2009
Amazon.com's Best of 1999:
"The Lilys' music will instantly remind you of a handful of classic organ- and guitar-heavy combos from the '60s, but they're wholly unlike any other retro outfit on earth. Theirs is an alternate vision of '60s psychedelia. Neither pretentious nor full of itself, the stuff totally rocks, Nuggets-style, in spite of the disjointed lyrics and way-complicated song structures. --Mike McGonigal"
I love this record. My favourite 60's ripoff album ever. If you like The Kinks or Beatles, give it a listen.
|1. Dimes Make Dollars|
|2. Socs Hip|
|3. Accepting Applications at University|
|4. And One (On One)|
|5. Leo Ryan (Our Pharoah's Slave)|
|6. Solar Is Here|
|7. The Spirits Merchant|
|8. The Lost Victory|
|9. The Generator|
|10. A Tab For The Holiday|
domingo, 23 de agosto de 2009
"Musically, Adam Green is a pop craftsman par excellence. He seems to be a very gifted student of pop music's vast and intricate rule book. Thus his music is not especially original in any way, though often sophisticated, tuneful, and clever. On Gemstones, the third and best of his solo albums, Green seems to have perfected his art. Some of the tracks here rank among the finest pop songs that are made these days. There's the wonderfully melancholic ballads such as "Losing on a Tuesday" and "Before My Bedtime". There's the catchy and fun, almost '50s-styled rock & roll such as single "Emily," while "Carolina" is another slice of wonderful cabaret pop, and on "Over the Sunrise" he suddenly goes all Jim Morrison on you. In other words, there's something for everyone here. In fact, all 15 tracks have strong musical qualities. An unusually strong, well-produced album of classic songwriting."
1.Gemstones – 2:24
2.Down On The Street – 2:07
3.He's The Brat – 2:03
4.Over The Sunrise – 1:44
5.Crackhouse Blues – 2:07
6.Before My Bedtime – 2:40
7.Carolina – 2:51
8.Emily – 2:45
9.Who's Your Boyfriend – 1:42
10.Country Road – 2:27
11.Choke on a Cock – 1:38
12.Bible Club – 1:52
13.Chubby Princess – 1:43
14.Losing on a Tuesday – 1:46
15.Teddy Boys – 1:50
sábado, 22 de agosto de 2009
The Rolling Thunder Revue culminated with the release of Desire, in early 1976, that, to many and to myself, is one of the best albuns in Dylan's career.
"Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You" – 3:55
"It Ain't Me Babe" – 5:25
"A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall" – 5:16
"The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll" – 5:25
"Romance in Durango" (Dylan/Levy) – 5:22
"Isis" (Dylan/Levy) – 5:11
"Mr. Tambourine Man" – 5:39
"Simple Twist of Fate"– 4:17
"Blowin' in the Wind" – 2:43 (with Joan Baez)
"Mama, You Been on My Mind" – 3:11 (with Joan Baez)
"I Shall Be Released" – 4:33 (with Joan Baez)
"It's All Over Now, Baby Blue" – 4:34
"Love Minus Zero/No Limit" – 3:13
"Tangled Up in Blue" – 4:41
"The Water is Wide" (Traditional) - 5:16 (with Joan Baez)
"It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry" – 3:12
"Oh, Sister" (Dylan/Levy) – 4:04
"Hurricane" (Dylan/Levy) – 8:15
"One More Cup of Coffee (Valley Below)" – 4:14
"Sara" – 4:29
"Just Like a Woman" – 4:31
"Knockin' on Heaven's Door"– 4:22 (with Roger McGuinn)
Download disc 1 (66mb)
Download disc 2 (62mb)
sexta-feira, 21 de agosto de 2009
"This 1963 recording occupies a special place in Mingus's work, his most brilliantly realized extended composition. The six-part suite is a broad canvas for the bassist's tumultuous passions, ranging from islands of serenity for solo guitar and piano to waves of contrapuntal conflict and accelerating rhythms that pull the listener into the musical psychodrama. This is one of the greatest works in jazz composition, and it's remarkable that Mingus dredged this much emotional power from a group of just 11 musicians." --Stuart Broomer
- "Track A — Solo Dancer" –6:20
Stop! Look! and Listen, Sinner Jim Whitney!
- "Track B — Duet Solo Dancers" –6:25
Hearts' Beat and Shades in Physical Embraces
- "Track C — Group Dancers" –7:00
(Soul Fusion) Freewoman and Oh, This Freedom's Slave Cries
- "Medley: Mode D-Trio and Group Dancers/Mode E- Single solos and Group Dance/ModeF-Group and Solo Dancer"
quinta-feira, 20 de agosto de 2009
It's a great entertainment!
Obvious joke is obvious.
Entertainment! is one of those records where germs of influence can be traced through many genres and countless bands, both favorably and unfavorably. From groups whose awareness of genealogy spreads wide enough to openly acknowledge Gang of Four's influence (Fugazi, Rage Against the Machine), to those not in touch with their ancestry enough to realize it (rap-metal, some indie rock) -- all have appropriated elements of their forefathers' trailblazing contribution. Its vaguely funky rhythmic twitch, its pungent, pointillistic guitar stoccados, and its spoken/shouted vocals have all been picked up by many. Lyrically, the album was apart from many of the day, and it still is.
Review from allmusic.
2. Natural's Not In It (3:06)
3. Not Great Men (3:05)
4. Damaged Goods (3:27)
5. Return the Gift (3:05)
6. Guns Before Butter (3:47)
7. I Found That Essence Rare (3:13)
8. Glass (2:28)
9. Contract (2:39)
10. At Home He's a Tourist (3:30)
11. 5.45 (3:43)
12. Anthrax (4:24)
Anyways, Jaz Coleman got convinced that the apocalypse was coming really fast and he disappeared to Iceland, where - he thought - he would be safe, because it is written in the Bible: "And then the Judgement Day shall come - and no creature shall receive My mercy. Pain shall be spread all around the earth. Except in Iceland, of course, who I like so much."
Waiting for the apocalypse is quite boring, though. So the rest of the band decided to fly to Iceland too and record a tribal post-punk album drenched in communist lyrics and great guitarwork. And It's darn good.
1 - The Gathering
2 - Fun & Games
3 - Rejuvenation
4 - Frenzy
5 - Harlequin
6 - Feast of Blaze
7 - Song & Dance
8 - Dominator
9 - Let's All Go
10 - Lust Almighty
quarta-feira, 19 de agosto de 2009
This is one of my other favourite bands from the 60's garage movement. They made a very original sound that combined the traditional amateurish protopunk sound with very werid time signatures and strange riffs, to quote Mark Prindle: "their songs are WeIrD! I mean wEiRd! I mean WEird! weIRD! WeirD! wEIRd! WeiRd! wEIrD! God, the potential permutations are ENDLESS!!!!"
Although nearly every song here is top-notch, it may require a few more listens than usual to get you acquainted with their strange sound. Suffice to say they were leaded by THIS man:
1. Bottom of the Soul 2. Absolutely Positively 3. Soul Love 4. Somethin Hurtin On Me 5. Affirmative No' 6. The Trap 7. The Eagle Never Hunts the Fly 8. No Girl Gonna Cry 9. Me, Myself and I 10. To the Light 11. Tin Can Beach 12. Time Out (For a Daydream) 13. Astrologically Incompatible 14. Discrepancy 15. Talk Me Down 16. I've Loved You 17. You'll Love Me Again 18. In My Neighborhood 19. Double Yellow Line 20. The Day Today
"Bullshit entertainment doesn't get much better than this! Screw Monkee input - Nesmith contributes a ridiculous "psychedelic" song and a wonderful lounge pop number, but the other guys don't do jack! Just oodles and oodles of fantastic tracks contributed by outside writers. You've probably only ever heard "Pleasant Valley Sunday," but you need to hear the rest. More Beatle guitar rock, moog pop, country, tapdance shimmy - hooahh! Even the Davy stuff is great! No ballads from Mr. Jones! What a great record. Buy it a lot! If it had "Last Train To Clarksville," it'd be darn near perfect!"
2) She Hangs Out;
3) The Door Into Summer;
4) Love Is Only Sleeping;
5) Cuddly Toy;
7) Hard To Believe;
8) What Am I Doing Hanging 'Round;
9) Peter Percival Patterson's Pet Pig Porky;
10) Pleasant Valley Sunday;
11) Daily Nightly;
12) Don't Call On Me;
13) Star Collector;
terça-feira, 18 de agosto de 2009
segunda-feira, 17 de agosto de 2009
Sailing the Seas of Cheese was Primus' breakthrough album, spawning singles "Jerry Was a Race Car Driver" and "Tommy the Cat", and fan favorites such as "Those Damned Blue Collar Tweekers" and "American Life".This album displays more funk influence than its predecessor Frizzle Fry and is somewhat more dissonant. It stresses world and political issues, such as a negative depiction of military life ("Sgt. Baker"), awareness of people living in poverty ("American Life"), being an outcast ("Eleven"), and the use of crystal meth amongst low-income workers ("Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers"). "Jerry Was a Race Car Driver" contains a sample from the movie Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 where the character 'Chop Top' exclaims "Dog will hunt!". "Los Bastardos" contains three samples from the BBC TV series The Young Ones of Vyvyan shouting "Shut up you bastards!", and two of Rick saying, "You just called me a bastard, didn't you?", and "Mike, you bastard!".
Youtube Video for TOMMY THE CAT:
1- Seas of Cheese
2- Here Come the Bastards
3- Sgt. Baker
4- American Life
5- Jerry Was A Race car Driver
7- Is It Luck
8- Grandad's Little Ditty
9- Tommy The Cat
10- Sathington Waltz
11- Those Damned Blue Collar Tweekers
12- Fish On
13- Los Bastardos
sábado, 15 de agosto de 2009
Another "terrible covers by famous artists" compilation. This is the legendary one, though. The first one to deal with this nasty subject.
This album is like a serial killer making hostages in a primary school and slowly tearing up the pieces of little children. That's not even a metaphor, I mean that literally! For example, Sebastian Cabot's cover of "It Ain't Me Babe" is just dreadful, I don't even have words to describe what I feel for the people who actually recorded this shit.
"Lucy in The Sky with Diamonds"? Worthy of death penalty.
"House of the Rising Sun"? Heresy.
My favourite in dreadfulness is Mr. Tambourine Man, though. I don't know how to demonstrate the amount of horror in this version but showing you a picture of the guy who's singing(yes, he was a member of Star Trek):
1 - Leonard Nimoy - Proud Mary (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
2 - Sebastian Caboy - It Ain't me Babe (Bob Dylan)
3 - Eddie Albert - Blowin' in The wind (Bob Dylan)
4 - William Shatner - Lucy in The Sky With Diamonds (Beatles)
5 - Noel Harrison - A Whiter Shade of Pale (Procol Harum)
6 - Frankie Randall - I Can See For Miles (The Who)
7 - Jack Webb - Try a Little Tenderness (?)
8 - Mae West - Twist and Shout (famously recorded by The Beatles)
9 - Andy Griffith - House of The Rising Sun (Traditional?)
10 - William Shatner - Mr. Tambourine Man (Bob Dylan)
11 - Jim Nabors - You Are The Sunshine of My Life (?)
12 - Sebastian Cabot - Like a Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan)
13 - Joel Grey - White Room (Cream)
14 - Leonard Nimoy - If I Had a Hammer (?)
Mark Prindle's review of the album(which got a 10 in his rating system):
01 - Thermal Treasure
02 - Lazy Comet
03 - My Kimono
04 - Sire Shot
05 - Stinger (five wigs)
06 - Tilebreaker
07 - Shiska
08 - Time isn't on my sid
09 - Action vs. Vibe
10 - Gemini Cusp
YOUTUBE VIDEO FOR "Lazy Comet"
quinta-feira, 13 de agosto de 2009
The Seeds is one of the most cherished (and obscure) bands of the 60's garagerock movement. They are mainly known by their two hits: Can't Seem to Make You Mine(that the Ramones covered) and Pushin' Too Hard(one of the friggin best rock songs of all times).
At first sight, they might seem a bit repetitive or amateurish, but if you turn your volume loud enough and, to quote one of their songs, "let yourself go": you'll understand why Jesvs Cristvs has such a special love for this band.
They released 3 main studio albuns. Two rough-and-straight garagerock records in 1966 and a hilarious attempt of sounding psychedelic(that i'm-not-sure-how worked!) in 1967.
1966 - The Seeds
Highlights: Pushin' Too Hard, No Escape and Evil Hoodoo. The three songs are basically the same but they all rock hard enough to transcend plagium. Can't Seem to Make you Mine is great too.
1966 - Web of Sound
Definitely the stupendou Up In Her Room, a 14-minute jam with ONE CHORD. Marvelous, one of my favourite songs ever.
quarta-feira, 12 de agosto de 2009
Ween are a wonderful duo that started creating weird joke-tunes in 1990. Releasing a bunch of very good and diverse albuns, they finally reached their creativity peak in 1997, with this album: The Mollusk.
.............It's hard to say if those songs are joke-songs or serious. For example, "The Blarney Stone" emulates a pirate drinking song, "Mutilated Lips" is a spooky-ballad with a dark tone, "Buckingham Green" sounds like a 70's progressive rock song, "Waving my Dick in The Wind" is... well... it talks about waving a guy named Dick in the wind. I'm not sure what that means, though.
.............Markprindle.com gave it a 10. George Starostin gave it a 10. Allmusic gave it 4,5 stars.
.............I don't rate it at all, but I give you a free download link, so, download it, WOMAN.
1) I'm Dancing In The Show Tonite
2) The Mollusk
3) Polka Dot Tail
4) I'll Be Your Johnny On The Spot
5) Mutilated Lips
6) The Blarney Stone
7) It's Gonna Be (Alright)
8) The Golden Eel
9) Cold Blows The Wind
10) Pink Eye (On My Leg)
11) Waving My Dick In The Wind
12) Buckingham Green
13) Ocean Man
14) She Wanted To Leave (Reprise)
segunda-feira, 10 de agosto de 2009
This is one of the most amazing bands I've discovered this whole year.
The thing is they aren't just one band, but at least 7 different bands recording under the same name(and a weird one): Secret Chiefs 3.
It's unbelievable how they can play so many different musical styles and mix them together in individual albums. "Second Grand Constitution and Bylaws", from 1998, for example, starts with a classical piece, jumps to a Surf-rock craze and a few minutes later you'll be listening to Arabic-Persian music with electric guitars.
"Book M" goes in the same vein, with lyrics rambling about Hinduism and Mysticism, they manage to put Death-metal near to Indian music followed by Ennio Morricone-like songs and electronica experiments.
"Traditionalists: Le Mani DeStre Recise Degli Ultimi Uomini" is a different record, though. It doesn't contain all the bands that form SC3 but only one of them: Traditionalists. The whole concept of this album is amazing: it's a fake soundtrack to an italian horror movie that doesn't exist. If you like B-Horror Movies, you'll love this.
Secret Chiefs 3 doing their persian-arabic thing:
Second Grand Constitution and Bylaws (1998)
Book M (2001)
Traditionalists: Le Mani Destre Recise Degli Ultimi Uomini
Governmetn Magic (2006)
1 - Go Je Je
2 - Government Magic
3 - Out With the New in With the true
4 - Che Che Cole
5 - Dub Je Je
domingo, 9 de agosto de 2009
Like most releases in the Rough Guide series, this compilation provides a solid overview of the music of a particular region, but Indonesia's musical traditions are probably among the least well-known in the West. World music aficionados may be familiar with the gamelan orchestras for which the region has become known, but this 15-song CD exposes the broad diversity of sounds you might expect from a country with over 550 ethnic groups spread across more than 17,500 islands. From the traditional gamelan and throbbing percussion of CBMW's folksy "Sambasunda" and the lilting guitar picking and melancholy vocals of Grup Bamba Puang's "Los Quin Tallu-Tallu" to the more modern, Indian- and Arabic-influenced pop sounds of artists like Elvy Sukaesih and her former partner, Rhoma Irama, The Rough Guide to Indonesia provides an accessible introduction to some very unfamiliar musical traditions.
1 - CBMW - Sambasunda 2 - Waldjinah - Anoman Obong 3 - Elvy Sukaesih - Kareta Malam 4 - Rhoma Irama - Begadang 5 - L.S. Gelik - Jeruk Manis 6 - Detty Kurnia - Dar Der Dor 7 - Grup Bamba Puang - Los Quin TalluTailu 8 - Imas Permas and Asep Kosasih - Ceurik Rahwana 9 - Sabah Habas Mustapha & The Jugala Allstars - Sumbawa 10 - Sandii - Rentak 106 11 - Ibu Maimunah Mochtar and Group - Joged Laksmana Mati Raden Ditembak 12 - Uning-Uningan - Pege Sakarimpang 13 - Gentra Pasundan - KucapKucip 14 - Nasida Ria - Boleh Bersuka Ria 15 - Waldjinah and Gesang - Bengawan Solo
sábado, 8 de agosto de 2009
Who would be dumb enough to mix the theme from Mission:Impossible with Norwegian Wood?! A cover of Michelle sang by a dutch prostitute?! Joe Pesci singing Beatles?!? A ridiculous dramatic interpretation of Lucy in The Sky? "Don't Let me Down" sang by a girl who probably killed a man?
Only a few of these covers are extremely bad, they are beatles songs afterall. As bad as these singers are, it's almost impossible to make a bad song out of a Beatles one. In that sense, we got to praise Telly Savalas for managing to transform Something into a kitschy sugary mess that would make even Jesus cringe.
............................Congratulations, Telly. You're the man.
1 - George Burns - With a Little Help From My Friends
2 - Joel Grey - She's Leaving Home
3 - William Shatner - Lucy In The Sky with Diamonds
4 - Telly Savalas - Something
5 - Mae West - Day Tripper
6 - Bing Crosby - Hey Jude
7 - Xaviera Hollander - Michelle
8 - Alan Copeland - Mission Impossible and Norwegian Wood
9 - Tennessee Ernie Ford - Let It Be
10 - Little Joe Pesci - Got to Get you Into My Life
11 - Brothers Four - Revolution
12 - Noel Harrison - She's a Woman
13 - Claudine Longet - Jealous Guy and Don't Let Me Down
14 - Theodore Bikel - Piggies
15 - Jan and Dean - Norwegian Wood
16 - George Maharis - A Hard Day's Night
17 - Various Artists - untitled
Ps: We still have other Golden Throats compilations(Vol. 1 and 2 are more laughable cover versions by celebrities, if you want it, ask for it in the comments)
quarta-feira, 5 de agosto de 2009
1. Zacharias - Light My Fire (The Doors)
2. Mel Torme - Sunshine Superman (Donovan)
3. Martin Denny - Incense and Peppermints (Strawberry Alarm Clock)
4. Sir Julian - Green Tambourine (Lemon Pipers)
5. Stu Philips - Tired of Waiting For You (Kinks)
6. Peggy Lee - A Hard Day's Night (Beatles)
7. Mariano Moreno - A Whiter Shade of Pale (Procol Harum)
8. Hollyridge Strings - Heartbreak Hotel (Elvis?)
9. New Classic Singers - As Tears Go By (R. Stones)
10. Al De Lory - Evil Ways (Santana)
11. Little Big Horns - Get Back (Beatles)
12. Lettermen - Hello, I Love You; Touch Me (The Doors)
13. Hollyridge Strings - Theme From Shaft
14. Julie London - Quynn The Eskimo (Bob Dylan)
15. John Andrew Tartaglia - A Day In The Life, I Am The Walrus (Beatles)
16. Lord Sitar (sic) - Daydream Believer (Monkees)
17. Wayne Newton - Love Grows (Where my Rosemary Goes) (Edison Lighthouse)
18. Henry Jerome - Aquarius (Hair)
Ps: Thanks a lot to Bishop, for helping me finding some band names. And how funny is the fact that a man named Bishop helps a blog named Jesvs Cristvs? Gee.
Some people even pair up their albuns with the Beatles's. If that doesn't make you feel curious, I guess nothing will.
1968 - Mutantes
1971 - Jardim Elétrico
terça-feira, 4 de agosto de 2009
As a great fan of The Clash and Joe Strummer, I decided to make this post in the honor of his birthday that's coming August 21th. After the breakup of the band, Strummer began trying to find his true self again, the true self he had lost in the past years with the Clash.In that period he wrote a bunch of soundtracks for movies. In 1999, in an attempt to come back to real music, Strummer creates Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros. Jesvs Cristvs has uploaded two albums from this band and another two CD's of his soundtracks just for you, my faithful brother!
Como um grande fã de Clash e Joe Strummer, resolvi fazer esse post em honra ao seu aniversário que vem dia 21 de Agosto. Depois que a banda acabou, Joe tentou se encontrar na vida denovo, então começou a compor trilha sonoras de filmes. Ele não queria fazer isso para sempre, então ele decidiu tocar música de verdade denovo. Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros era o nome da sua última banda e eu fiz o upload de 2 álbuns dela e mais 2 CD's da suas trilhas só para você, meu caro irmão!
These first 2 albums are just some of the good and old rock'n'roll at Strummer's style.
Esses primeiros 2 álbuns são apenas o bom rock'n'roll ao estilo de Strummer.
- "Johnny Appleseed" – 4:03
- "Cool 'n' Out" – 4:22
- "Global a Go-Go" - 5:55
- "Bhindi Bhagee" – 5:47
- "Gamma Ray" – 6:58
- "Mega Bottle Ride" – 3:33
- "Shaktar Donetsk" – 5:57
- "Mondo Bongo" – 6:14
- "Bummed Out City" – 5:33
- "At the Border, Guy" – 7:08
- "Minstrel Boy" (Traditional) – 17:49
(4shared - 81mb)
- "Coma Girl" (Shields/Slattery/Strummer) – 3:48
- "Get Down Moses" (Bullen/Shields/Slattery/Stafford/Strummer) – 5:05
- "Long Shadow" (Hormel/Strummer) – 3:34
- "Arms Aloft" (Bullen/Shields/Slattery/Stafford/Strummer) – 3:47
- "Ramshackle Day Parade" (Bullen/Shields/Slattery/Stafford/Strummer) – 4:02
- "Redemption Song" (Bob Marley) – 3:28
- "All in a Day" (Saber/Strummer) – 4:55
- "Burnin' Streets" (Shields/Slattery/Strummer) – 4:32
- "Midnight Jam" (Bullen/Shields/Slattery/Stafford/Strummer) – 5:50
- "Silver and Gold" (Dave Bartholomew, Antoine Domino, Robert Guidry) – 2:38
(4shared - 57mb)
Now the 2 movie soundtracks by Joe Strummer.
Agora as 2 trilhas sonoras por Joe Strummer.
6. Nica Libre
7. Latin Romance
8. The Unknown Immortal
9. Muskey Waltz
10. The Brooding Side Of Madness
11. Tennessee Rain
12. Smash Everything
13. Tropic Of No Return
14. Tropic Of Pico
(4shared - 64mb)
2. “King of the Bayou”
3. “Island Hopping”
4. “Slant Six”
5. “Dizzy’s Goatee”
6. “Shouting Street”
7. “Boogie with Your Children”
8. “Leopardskin Limousines”
9. “Sikorsky Parts”
10. “Jewellers and Bums”
11. “Highway One Zero Street”
12. “Ride Your Donkey”
13. “Passport to Detroit”
(4shared - 85mb)