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Genre: Instrumental Guitar Rock
Year: 1990
Audio codec: MP3
Riptype: tracks
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Playtime: 62 min
Size: 150 MB
Site: rock.zonet.us

Tracklist:
01 – Red House
02 – Spanish Castle Magic
03 – Wind Cries Mary
04 – Manic Depression
05 – Axis Bold As Love
06 – One Rainy Wish
07 – Are You Experienced
08 – Love Or Confusion
09 – Manic Depression
10 – One Rainy Wish
11 – Red House
12 – Wind Cries Mary
13 – Little Wing
14 – Are You Experienced-2


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Genre: Instrumental Guitar Rock
Year: 2008
Country: USA
Audio codec: mp3
Riptype: tracks
Bitrate: VBR 320 Kbps
Playtime: 49:43
Size: 115 MB
Site: rock.zonet.us

Tracklist
1. Summer Jam
2. My Back Pages
3. Trademark
4. Manic Depression
5. On The Way To Love
6. Rocktopus
7. S.R.V.
8. Little Bit Me Little Bit You
9. Cliffs Of Dover
10. Outro


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Europe - Almost Unplugged (2008)

Genre : Hard Rock, Heavy Metal

Site: rock.zonet.us

Tracklist :

01. Got To Have Faith
02. Forever Travelling
03. Devil Sings The Blues
04. Wish You Were Here
05. Dreamer
06. Love To Love
07. Final Countdown
08. Yesterday's News
09. Since I've Been Lovin' You
10. Hero
11. Suicide
12. Memories
13. Superstitious
14. Rock The Night
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Eluveitie - Everything Remains As It Never Was (2010)

Genre : Celtic/Folk Metal
Country : Switzerland

Site: rock.zonet.us
Tracklist :

01. Otherworld (1:57)
02. Everything Remains as it Never Was (4:25)
03. Thousandfold (3:20)
04. Nil (3:43)
05. The Essence of Ashes (4:00)
06. Isara (2:44)
07. Kingdom Come Undone (3:22)
08. Quoth the Raven (4:42)
09. (Do)Minion (5:08)
10. Setlon (2:37)
11. Sempiternal Embers (4:52)
12. Lugdūnon (4:01)
13. The Liminal Passage (2:16)
14. The Otherworld Set (LE Bonus Track) (2:34)
15. The Liminal Passage Set (LE Bonus Track) (2:49)

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Eluveitie Discography :

Origin Switzerland
Genres Folk metal, Pagan metal, Celtic metal, Melodic death metal, Acoustic folk

Eluveitie (pronounced El-vay-Tee) is a folk metal band from Switzerland. Their sound can be described as Celtic folk with melodic death metal influences. The band formed in 2002 and their first EP, Vên came out in 2003. The band then released a full-length album, Spirit. In November 2007, Eluveitie was signed by Nuclear Blast. The first product of the collaboration, Slania, was released in February 2008. The album peaked at number 35 in the Swiss charts and number 98 in the German charts.

Eluveitie use traditional instruments amidst guitars and screams. The lyrics are often in the extinct language Gaulish. Eluveitie is Helvetic Gaulish for "I am the Helvetian", referring to an inscription dating to the earliest record of the Celtic Helvetii tribe from what is now Switzerland.

Albums :

2003 - Ven [EP]
2006 - Spirit
2008 - Slania
2008 - Live at Metalcamp
2008 - Slania (Bonus DVDRip) Part1 / Part2 / Part3
2009 - Omnos [single]
2009 - Evocation I: The Arcane Dominion
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Extreme Discography :

Origin : Malden, Massachusetts
Genres : Funk metal, Hard rock, Glam metal
Site : rock.zonet.us

Extreme is an American rock band, headed by frontmen Gary Cherone and Nuno Bettencourt, that reached the height of their popularity in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Among some of Extreme's musical influences are Queen and Van Halen. (Gary Cherone and Nuno Bettencourt joined Queen onstage at The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert in 1992 and Gary Cherone joined Van Halen in 1996); The band have described their music as "Funky Metal".

They have released five studio albums, two EPs (in Japan) and two compilation albums since their formation. The band was one of the most successful rock acts of the early 1990s, selling over 10 million albums worldwide. Extreme achieved their greatest success with their 1990 album Pornograffitti, which peaked at number 10 on the Billboard 200, and was certified gold in May 1991 and 2×platinum in October 1992. That album featured the acoustic ballad single "More Than Words", which reached #1 on Billboard's Hot 100 in the United States.

Albums :

* Extreme (1989)
* Pornograffitti (1990)
* Extragraffitti (1990) [EP]
* III Sides to Every Story (1992)
* Waiting for the Punchline (1995)
* Saudades de Rock (2008)
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Exciter Discography :

Origin Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Genres Speed metal, heavy metal

In 1978, the band Hell Razor formed in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. They consisted of vocalist and drummer Dan Beehler, guitarist John Ricci, and bassist Allan James Johnson. In 1980, the band changed their name to Exciter and recorded a demo which they then sent to Mike Varney of Shrapnel Records. Varney included one song from it, "World War III", on the compilation album US Metal Volume II in 1982. Shortly after that, the band were signed to Shrapnel Records. In 1983, they released their debut album, Heavy Metal Maniac.

Later that year, Exciter signed a record-deal with Jon Zazula's Megaforce Records and, in 1984, they released their second studio album, Violence & Force. After a few opening dates with fellow American thrash metal band Anthrax, they embarked on their first U.S. tour with Danish black metal band Mercyful Fate. Exciter switched to a new label, Music For Nations, and traveled to London to record their third album, Long Live the Loud. It was released in 1985 and produced by Motörhead producer Guy Bidmead. It contained a slightly more "mainstream" heavy metal sound than the pure speed/thrash metal of the first two albums. After its release, the band went on a European tour with German heavy metal band Accept and later a U.S. tour with Motörhead and Megadeth. Before the year ended, Exciter released the 3-track EP, Feel the Knife, which was the last release from the original line-up. Shortly after its release, John Ricci left the band and was replaced by Brian McPhee.

Albums :

1982 - World War III(Demo)
1983 - Exciter - Heavy Metal Maniac
1984 - Exciter - Violence & Force
1985 - Exciter - Feel The Knife (EP)
1985 - Exciter - Long Live The Loud
1986 - Exciter - Unveiling The Wicked
1988 - Exciter - Exciter (O.T.T.)
1992 - Exciter - Kill After Kill
1993 - Exciter - Better Live Than Dead (Live)
1997 - Exciter - The Dark Command
2000 - Exciter - Blood Of Tyrants
2004 - Exciter - New Testament[best of compilation]
2008 - Thrash Speed Burn[full-length]
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Epica Discography :

Also known as Sahara Dust
Origin The Netherlands
Genres Symphonic metal, progressive metal, gothic metal

Epica performs a blend of progressive metal, gothic metal and symphonic metal. Another component of Epica's style is power metal[19], their former guitarist Ad Sluijter having described the band as "a bridge between power metal and gothic metal." Vocalist Simone Simons has expressed a preference for the group to be described as symphonic metal though the founder of the group Mark Jansen notes that they do not mind being called gothic metal.

Albums :

Studio albums

* 2003: The Phantom Agony
* 2005: Consign to Oblivion
* 2007: The Divine Conspiracy
* 2009: Design Your Universe Part I | Part II

Compilation

* 2005: The Score - An Epic Journey Part I | Part II
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Evergrey Discography :

Origin Gothenburg, Sweden
Genres Progressive metal, Power metal

Evergrey's lyrics have always been of the darker sort, and the same can be said of the band's imagery. While The Dark Discovery dealt with a variety of ideas, many later albums have been concept albums, dealing with issues like self-reformation (Recreation Day), paranoia, alien abduction (In Search of Truth), child abuse, cults and religion (The Inner Circle).

Recreation Day is an album that covers many issues, ranging from death and mourning to general fear and sorrow, all of which contribute to a greater concept of re-creation of oneself. These ideas are explored from many different points of view, such as someone contemplating suicide ("As I Lie Bleeding"), mourners after a funeral ("I'm Sorry," a cover of Dilba Demirbag's hit), and dying people's looking back on their "unforgivable" sins ("Unforgivable"). "Unforgivable" also acted as a catalyst for the next album, (The Inner Circle), which dealt with the same two issues described in the song: religion and child abuse.

Albums :

1998 - Dark Discovery (Part 1 - Part 2)
1999 - Solitude Dominance Tragedy
2001 - In Search Of Truth (Part 1 - Part 2)
2003 - Recreation Day (Part 1 - Part 2)
2004 - More Than Ever (Part 1 - Part 2)
2006 - Monday Morning Apocalypse
2008 - Torn (Part 1 - Part 2)
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Exodus Discography :

Origin San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA
Genres Thrash metal

Exodus is an American thrash metal band formed in 1980 in the San Francisco Bay Area, California by guitarist Gary Holt, current Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett, and drummer Tom Hunting.

Spanning a career of almost 30 years, Exodus has gone through numerous line-up changes, two extended hiatuses and has seen the deaths of two former band members. With eight studio albums, two live albums and two compilations, Exodus has released a total of twelve albums since their debut in 1985. Gary Holt remains the only steady member of the band, appearing on all their releases. Though drummer Tom Hunting is one of the founding band members, he has made two departures from Exodus but is currently the band's active drummer.

Their eighth studio album, The Atrocity Exhibition... Exhibit A was released on October 23, 2007 in the United States and October 26, 2007 in Europe. Their most recent album is Let There be Blood, which came out in 2008 and is a rerecording of their debut, Bonded by Blood.

Albums :

1982 - Demo
1985 - Bonded by Blood
1985 - Combat Tour Live: The Ultimate Revenge [Audio]
1986 - Pleasures Of The Flesh (Demo)
1987 - Pleasures Of The Flesh
1988 - Fabulous Disaster
1990 - Impact Is Imminent
1990 - Objection Overruled [EP]
1991 - Good Friendly Violent Fun
1992 - Force Of Habit
1997 - Another Lesson In Violence
2003 - Tempo Of The Damned [Deluxe Edition] CD1 - 1 / 2CD2
2004 - Tempo of the Damned
2005 - Shovel Headed Kill Machine
2005 - Live At Dna

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1985 - Bonded By Blood
1987 - Pleasures Of The Flesh
1989 - Fabulous Disaster (Part 1 - Part 2)
1989 - Impact Is Imminent
1992 - Force Of Habit
2004 - Tempo Of The Damned
2005 - Shovel Headed Kill Machine
2007 - The Atrocity Exhibition… Exhibit A (Part 1 - Part 2)
2008 - Let There Be Blood (Part 1 - Part 2)

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Eric Johnson Discography :

Also known as "EJ"
Born August 17, 1954 (1954-08-17) (age 55)
Austin, Texas, USA
Genres Rock, instrumental rock

Eric Johnson (born August 17, 1954) is an American guitarist and recording artist from Austin, Texas. Best known for his success in the instrumental rock format, Johnson regularly incorporates jazz, fusion, New Age, and country and western music into his recordings.

Guitar Player magazine calls Johnson "One of the most respected guitarists on the planet."Johnson composes and plays not just instrumental songs but also vocal pieces, and plays piano as well as guitar.

Widely recognized for his guitar skills, Johnson's stylistic diversity and technical proficiency have drawn praise from Carlos Santana, Eric Clapton, Allan Holdsworth, Larry Carlton, Steve Morse, Billy Gibbons, Johnny Winter, Jeff Baxter, Prince, B. B. King, Rusty Burns, Joe Satriani and the late Stevie Ray Vaughan. His critically-acclaimed, platinum selling 1990 recording Ah Via Musicom produced the single "Cliffs of Dover," for which Johnson won the 1991 Grammy Award for Best Rock Instrumental Performance.Eric was referenced on the Late Show with David Letterman on 30 January 2009 when Bill Hicks' mother said she had once gone to see Eric perform at her son's suggestion. David Letterman had never heard of Eric Johnson.

Albums :

1978 / 1998 – Seven Worlds
1986 – Tones
1990 – Ah Via Musicom
1990 – Tribute To Jimi Hendrix [Live] -> Parte 1 Parte 2
1996 – Venus Isle
2000 – Alien Love Child – Live And Beyond -> Parte 1 Parte 2
2000 – Live At The House Of Blues, 1997 -> Parte 1 Parte 2
2002 – Souvenir
2005 – Bloom
2005 – Live From Austin, TX -> Parte 1 Parte 2
Acoustic Bootleg -> Parte 1 Parte 2
1970 – Mariani – Perpetuum Mobile -> Parte 1 Parte 2
1975 – Electromagnets – Electromagnets -> Parte 1 Parte 2

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Eric Clapton Discography :

Birth name Eric Patrick Clapton
Also known as Slowhand
Born 30 March 1945 (1945-03-30) (age 64)
Ripley, Surrey, England
Genres Rock, blues, blues-rock, hard rock, psychedelic rock

Eric Patrick Clapton, CBE (born 30 March 1945) is an English blues-rock guitarist, singer, songwriter, and composer. Clapton has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Yardbirds, of Cream, and as a solo performer, being the only person ever to be inducted three times. Often viewed by critics and fans alike as one of the greatest guitarists of all time, Clapton was ranked fourth in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time"and #53 on their list of the Immortals: 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.

Although Clapton has varied his musical style throughout his career, it has always remained grounded in the blues. Yet, in spite of this focus, he is credited as an innovator in a wide variety of genres. These include blues-rock (with John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers and the Yardbirds) and psychedelic rock (with Cream). Clapton's chart success was not limited to the blues, with chart-toppers in Delta Blues (Me and Mr. Johnson), pop ("Change the World") and reggae (Bob Marley's "I Shot the Sheriff"). Two of his most successful recordings were the hit love song "Layla", which he played with the band Derek and the Dominos, and Robert Johnson's "Crossroads", which has been his staple song since his days with Cream.

(Full Lenght – Studio Albums)

1970 – Eric Clapton
1974 – 461 Ocean Boulevard
1975 – There’s One In Every Crowd
1976 – No Reason To Cry
1977 – Slowhand
1978 – Backless
1981 – Another Ticket
1983 – Money And Cigarettes
1985 – Behind The Sun
1986 – August
1989 – Journey Man
1994 – From The Cradle
1998 – Pilgrim
2000 – Riding with the King
2001 – Reptile
2004 – Me And Mr Johnson
2004 – Sessions for Robert J
2005 – Back Home
2006 – The Road To Escondido

(Compilations)

1988 – Crossroads -> 1, 2
1999 – Clapton Chronicles – The Best of Eric Clapton
1999 – The Blues -> 1, 2

(Live Albums)

1973 – Eric Clapton´s Rainbow Concert
1975 – E.C. Was Here
1980 – Just One Night
1983 – Timepieces
1991 – 24 Nights
1992 – Unplugged
1996 – Crossroads 2 – Live in the Seventies -> 1, 2

(Other & Bonus Albums)

1991 – Rush (Soundtrack)
Special & Unreleased Tracks
Twelfth Night (2 CD)

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Tracklist :

1. "In the Future to Come" (Tempest) – 5:00
2. "Seven Doors Hotel" (Tempest) – 5:15
3. "Stormwind" (Tempest) – 4:23
4. "Open Your Heart" (Tempest) – 4:01
5. "Scream of Anger" (Tempest, Jacob) – 4:04
6. "Dreamer" (Tempest) – 4:19
7. "The Final Countdown" (Tempest) – 5:09
8. "On Broken Wings" (Tempest) – 3:43
9. "Rock the Night" (Tempest) – 4:04
10. "Carrie" (Tempest, Michaeli) – 4:30
11. "Cherokee" (Tempest) – 4:12
12. "Superstitious" (Tempest) – 4:33
13. "Ready or Not" (Tempest) – 4:03
14. "Prisoners in Paradise" (Tempest) – 4:29
15. "I'll Cry for You" [acoustic] (Tempest, Graham) – 3:58
16. "Sweet Love Child" (Tempest, Marcello, Michaeli) – 4:57
17. "Yesterday's News" (Tempest, Marcello, Levén, Haugland, Michaeli) – 5:27
18. "The Final Countdown 2000" (Tempest) – 3:49

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Tracklist :

1. "In the Future to Come" (Tempest) – 5:00
2. "Seven Doors Hotel" (Tempest) – 5:15
3. "Stormwind" (Tempest) – 4:23
4. "Open Your Heart" (Tempest) – 4:01
5. "Scream of Anger" (Tempest, Jacob) – 4:04
6. "Dreamer" (Tempest) – 4:19
7. "The Final Countdown" (Tempest) – 5:09
8. "On Broken Wings" (Tempest) – 3:43
9. "Rock the Night" (Tempest) – 4:04
10. "Carrie" (Tempest, Michaeli) – 4:30
11. "Cherokee" (Tempest) – 4:12
12. "Superstitious" (Tempest) – 4:33
13. "Ready or Not" (Tempest) – 4:03
14. "Prisoners in Paradise" [edit] (Tempest) – 4:29
15. "I'll Cry for You" [acoustic] (Tempest, Graham) – 3:58
16. "Sweet Love Child" (Tempest, Marcello, Michaeli) – 4:57
17. "Yesterday's News" (Tempest, Marcello, Levén, Haugland, Michaeli) – 5:27

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Tracklist :

1. "Secret Society" (Joey Tempest) – 3:37
2. "Always the Pretenders" (Tempest, John Levén) – 3:55
3. "The Getaway Plan" (Tempest, John Norum) – 3:53
4. "Wish I Could Believe" (Tempest, Mic Michaeli) – 3:35
5. "Let the Children Play" (Tempest, Michaeli) – 4:12
6. "Human After All" (Tempest, Norum) – 4:14
7. "Love Is Not the Enemy" (Tempest, Norum) – 4:19
8. "A Mother's Son" (Tempest) – 4:49
9. "Forever Travelling" (Tempest, Michaeli) – 4:12
10. "Brave and Beautiful Soul" (Tempest) – 3:48
11. "Devil Sings the Blues" (Tempest, Michaeli) – 5:24
12. "Start From The Dark" (live)


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Tracklist :

1. "Got to Have Faith" (Joey Tempest, John Norum) – 3:10
2. "Start from the Dark" (Tempest, Norum) – 4:12
3. "Flames" (Tempest) – 3:55
4. "Hero" (Tempest) – 4:15
5. "Wake Up Call" (Tempest, Norum) – 4:14
6. "Reason" (Tempest, Mic Michaeli) – 4:37
7. "Song No. 12" (Tempest, Norum) – 4:09
8. "Roll With You" (Tempest, Norum) – 4:30
9. "Sucker" (Tempest) – 3:42
10. "Spirit of the Underdog" (Tempest) – 4:25
11. "America" (Tempest) – 3:35
12. "Settle for Love" (Tempest, Norum) – 3:49

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Tracklist :

1. "All or Nothing" (Eric Martin, Andre Pessis, Joey Tempest) – 3:54
2. "Halfway to Heaven" (Tempest, Jim Vallance) – 4:06
3. "I'll Cry for You" (Tempest, Nick Graham) – 5:21
4. "Little Bit of Lovin'" (Tempest, Kee Marcello) – 4:48
5. "Talk to Me" (Mic Michaeli, Tempest) – 4:06
6. "Seventh Sign" (Tempest, Marcello, Michaeli) – 4:42
7. "Prisoners in Paradise" (Tempest) – 5:36
8. "Bad Blood" (Tempest, Michaeli, Marcello) – 4:19
9. "Homeland" (Tempest, Michaeli, Marcello) – 4:51
10. "Got Your Mind in the Gutter" (Tempest, Beau Hill, Marcello) – 4:59
11. "'Til My Heart Beats Down Your Door" (Brian McDonald, Fiona, Tempest, Michaeli) – 3:47
12. "Girl from Lebanon" (Tempest) – 4:20


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Side one
# Title Writer(s) Length
1. "The Final Countdown" Tempest 5:11
2. "Rock the Night" Tempest 4:03
3. "Carrie" Tempest, Michaeli 4:30
4. "Danger on the Track" Tempest 3:45
5. "Ninja" Tempest 3:46
Side two
# Title Writer(s) Length
6. "Cherokee" Tempest 4:13
7. "Time Has Come" Tempest 4:01
8. "Heart of Stone" Tempest 3:46
9. "On the Loose" Tempest 3:08
10. "Love Chaser" Tempest 3:27

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