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Roger Waters/Ron Geesin - Music From The Body (1970) {1989 EMI CD}

Roger Waters/Ron Geesin - Music From The Body (1970) {1989 EMI CD}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 175 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 97 mb
Genre: soundtrack, folk, classical, experimental, progressive rock

Music From The Body is the 1970 soundtrack album for the film The Body, directed by Roy Battersby. The music is a collaboration between Roger Waters (then of Pink Floyd) and Ron Geesin, who worked with Pink Floyd to co-write "Atom Heart Mother". Waters' pieces sound like what Pink Floyd were making between Ummagumma, Atom Heart Mother, and Zabriskie Point while Geesin is as twisted and unpredictable as much of his work has been. It sounds like what you'd expect from a "rock" soundtrack album from 1970, with music allegedly using parts of the body as a medium. The version of "Breathe" here has been said to be a precursor to what Waters would write again when putting together Dark Side Of The Moon. This is taken from the 1989 CD released by Harvest/EMI.
Jesus Jones - Liquidizer (1989, EMI Electrola # 7 93238 1) {Vinyl 24bit/96kHz} [RE-UP]

Jesus Jones - Liquidizer
Vinyl Rip | FLAC: 886 MB | Full Artwork: 58 MB | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: EMI Electrola # 7 93238 1 | Country/Year: Germany 1989
Genre: Electronica, Pop, Rock | Style: Breakbeat, Leftfield, Pop Rock, Downtempo

"…it's the breadth which makes Liquidizer a thrilling experience, even if the end results are oddly enough one-dimensional: instantly catchy power pop fed through industrial, techno, and hip-hop approaches, topped off with Mike Edwards' confident bark. However, it's better that than just another guitar pop album, and even if Jesus Jones reflected trends rather than started any on their own, their debut album was still a confident statement of purpose, demonstrating that yes, there was such a thing as wide-ranging listening eclecticism. (…) Compared to most wretched American nu-metal bands a decade later, Jesus Jones doesn't forget the sheer fun of hip-hop as well as the potential rage." ~allmusicguide

The Shadows – Listen To The Shadows (1989)(EMI/MFP)  

Posted by janwal46 at June 8, 2009
The Shadows – Listen To The Shadows (1989)(EMI/MFP)

The Shadows – Listen To The Shadows (1989)(EMI/MFP)
1989 | Pop/Rock | EAC RIP | FLAC+CUE+LOG+HQ-Covers(400Dpi) | 478Mb+6Mb

With the unforgetable and indestructable hits like “Apache”, “F.B.I.” etc. etc. of the “old” Shadows in mind this one is not completely my cup of tea, but for the sake of respect I have ripped it too, because many of you will appreciate it.

The Shadows – In the 60’s (1989)(EMI/MFP)  

Posted by janwal46 at June 8, 2009
The Shadows – In the 60’s (1989)(EMI/MFP)

The Shadows – In the 60’s (1989)(EMI/MFP)
1989 | Pop/Rock | EAC RIP | FLAC+CUE+HQ-Covers(400Dpi) | NO LOG | 392Mb+7mB

And here’s another one from my Shadows collection. It contains 24 recordings of The Shadows, made during the 60’s. I’m convinced that the real fans will be pleased with this other string of hits.

Saxon - Denim And Leather (1981) (EMI Records, CD-FA 3175)  

Posted by apocalipsys2014 at Sept. 4, 2011
Saxon - Denim And Leather (1981) (EMI Records, CD-FA 3175)

Saxon - Denim And Leather (1981)
Year & Label: 1981/1989 EMI Records Ltd. | CD#: CD-FA 3175/EMI CDM 7 52022 2
Flac (image) | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Artwork (PNG, 300 dpi) | File-hosts: FileSonic & FileServe & Wuplaod
Hard Rock/Heavy Metal | FLAC: 290 MB | Artwork: 30 MB | MP3: 90 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery

EAC Secure-rip with LOG+CUE+COVERS | Source: eMule
Non-remastered, from the EMI "Fame" series - the best sounding edition. CD Pressed in West Germany.
Hawkwind - Hall Of The Mountain Grill (1974) (EMI, CD-FA 3133/CDM 7 92026 2)

Hawkwind - Hall Of The Mountain Grill (1974)
Year & Label: 1974/1989, EMI Records Ltd. | CD#: CD-FA 3133/CDM 7 92026 2
Flac (image) | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | Artwork (PNG, 600 dpi) | File-hosts: Uploaded.net
Space Rock/Psychedelic/Prog Rock | FLAC: 270 MB | Artwork: 40 MB | MP3: 100 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery

EAC Secure-rip with LOG+CUE+COVERS | Source: eMule
Non-Remastered, early Holland CD-Press

Deborah Harry - Def, Dumb & Blonde (1989) [Japanese Release]  Music

Posted by Designol at Nov. 30, 2016
Deborah Harry - Def, Dumb & Blonde (1989) [Japanese Release]

Deborah Harry - Def, Dumb & Blonde (1989) [Japanese Release]
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 468 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 189 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Pop/Rock, Dance Rock, New Wave | Label: Chrysalis/Toshiba EMI Ltd | # TOCP-5927 | Time: 01:03:55

Although Debbie Harry's popularity had decreased by the late '80s, 1989 wasn't a bad year for her at all. That year, Blondie's former lead vocalist successfully portrayed a struggling singer on the brilliant but underrated CBS crime drama Wiseguy, and demonstrated that she could still have considerable fun in the studio. Under the direction of hit producer Mike Chapman – who had worked with Blondie, as well as with everyone from Sweet to Scandal – Harry delivers an eclectic CD that isn't in a class with a Blondie treasure like Parallel Lines but nonetheless has a lot going for it. Much of this new wave-ish pop/rock and European-flavored dance music is heartfelt, clever, and quite memorable. Everything from the charming "Brite Side" (which she performed on Wiseguy) to the addictive "Bike Boy" to the haunting "He Is So" makes it clear that Harry, at 43, was far from a has-been.
Wilhelm Furtwängler - Ludwig van Beethoven  - Symphony No. 9 "Choral" (Bayreuth Festpiele Orchester und Chor) (1989)

Wilhelm Furtwängler - Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 "Choral" (Bayreuth Festpiele Orchester und Chor) (1989)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | HQ Full Scan | 01:14:40 | 332 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: EMI Records

Cliff Richard - I'm No Hero (1980) [1989, Reissue]  Music

Posted by BlondStyle at Sept. 20, 2016
Cliff Richard - I'm No Hero (1980) [1989, Reissue]

Cliff Richard - I'm No Hero (1980) [1989, Reissue]
EAC | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Full Scans-600dpi (PNG) | 387,15 Mb (incl. 5%)
MP3 | CBR, 320 kbps | Full Scans-600dpi (JPEG) | 122,96 Mb (incl. 5%)
Genre: Pop/Rock, Electronic | Label: EMI Records Ltd. / Fame (EU) | Released: 1989 | 38:21 Min

"I'm No Hero" is a 1980 album by Cliff Richard. Following the success of his 1979 single "We Don't Talk Anymore" which was written and arranged by Alan Tarney, the record company were keen to use his services again. For the follow-up album in 1980, he was employed as producer for the entire album. This gave I'm No Hero a cohesive sound but was criticised at the time for being too unadventurous. The songs on the album were similar in style to "We Don't Talk Anymore", but it was also a success, generating two top 20 singles, while the album itself made the top five in the UK.
Now That's What I Call Music! - The Millennium Series 1989 (1999)

Now That's What I Call Music! - The Millennium Series 1989 (1999)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 966 MB | Covers Included
Genre: Pop / Rock | Label: EMI / Virgin | Catalog Number: 7243 5 20280 2 3

Now series celebrate Millennium with 20 cd release covering 80's & 90's decade, this 2CD edition covering best of from year 1989.