Some random uploads

FUGAZI - REPEATER (+3 SONGS)
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=510SUOCY

For fans of Post-Punk, Drive Like Jehu, Husker Du, Minor Threat.
















MEAT PUPPETS - IN A CAR
http://rapidshare.com/files/97217786/In_A_Car.zip.html

Fast, almost goofy, psychedelic punk with a country vibe (in some) from the godly puppets.













HUSKER DU - NEW DAY RISING
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=NV8CL1GQ
Classic Post-Punk album. For fans of Minutemen, alternative rock n roll/hardcore stuff.












QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE - SONGS FOR THE DEAF
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=JZV8PAID
Pat introduced me to this album, I knew some of the tracks already but a lot of it was new to me. I listen to it an awful lot in the store. Awesome work on all of the instruments matched with some quality lyrics and vocals. Dark, hard hitting rock for fans of Foo Fighters, Kyuss among others. Some might even categorize this as stoner rock. I also just found out that Dean Ween is on this album so thats just another reason to download this baby.






WITCHCRAFT - FIREWOOD
http://lix.in/4446c370

Firewood carries on the slavish devotion to ‘70s doom rock that Witchcraft established with their self titled debut. And by “’70s doom rock” I mean Pentagram. Basically, Witchcraft are to Pentagram as Rhino Bucket are to AC/DC. The song remains the same and the song remains good. The songs have their own simple, faithful-to-the-influences charm that’s hard to ignore. The production is more professional sounding than on their self titled album, but it’s still pure retro. Firewood is just as good as their self titled debut. And if Witchcraft find more of a distinct identity going forward, their next album will be a monster. (StonerRock.com).

Comments

Birkir said…
You actually posted End Hits, not Repeater hehehe.
Haha oops, I'm not going to fix it.
Birkir Fjalar said…
No need. Fuck the internet.

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