1. blink-182 Kaleidoscope Video [blink-182.cz]

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    Watch in HD. Unofficial Kaleidoscope music video. [www.blink-182.cz]

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    • Everything on Wheels teaser

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      Everything on Wheels teaser for the new album of awkward i, to be released 17-10-2011

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      • JUNIUS - Reports from the Threshold of Death Preview

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        Directed & Edited by Matthew Schwab Two years have passed since the release of Junius’ critically-acclaimed album The Martyrdom of a Catastrophist. After touring solidly across North America, the UK, and Europe for the last several years, Junius will release their highly anticipated follow-up, Reports from the Threshold of Death, October 25 on Prosthetic Records. With their last album, Junius explored the controversial theories of scholar Immanuel Velikovsky. Influenced heavily by the trials and tribulations of Velikovsky’s life, the album’s concept provided a captivating narrative to the band’s expansive, dreamlike soundtrack, which Pitchfork.com called “a rich, immersive experience, a bleak jewel of a record that takes obsession as its theme and rewards it in equal measure." Conceptually picking up where The Martyrdom left off (with the death of Velikovsky), Reports chronicles the journey of the soul after physical death. In writing this album, vocalist/guitarist Joseph Martinez was inspired by reports and accounts of near-death experiences. On the album’s ten beautifully cathartic tracks, the band takes listeners on a journey into the unknown, channeling basic human themes like love, regret, and longing. Massive walls of atmospheric, reverb-drenched guitars soar with steadfast rhythm throughout the album’s arc, providing a passionate journey into the light. Described by Rolling Stone as “a perfect hybrid of Neurosis and The Smiths,” the members of Junius have crafted their own distinctive style of genre-bending rock that’s borne of experiments in isolation and asceticism. It’s this austere approach from one of America's hardest working bands that adds a weighty sense of purpose and intrigue to their output. Reports from the Threshold of Death was the first album to be recorded at Will Benoit's Radar Studios in Clinton, CT (the first fully solar-powered sustainable recording studio on the East Coast) with longtime friend/producer James Dunham of rock-noir band InAeona. The recording was in many ways a return to Junius’ roots, with engineering assistance from past collaborators Benoit and Daryl Rabidoux. mastering by Nick Zampiello and Rob Gonnella (Isis, Converge, Torche, Doomriders), and art designed by former Junius bassist Ira Bronson (of Black Day Creative).

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        • HELIA "2036" Promo

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          http://www.facebook.com/HELIATRANCE

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          • Bartus:)

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            • Andre Kostelanetz Album #2 In 15 Minute Beautiful HD Photography Music Video!!!

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              More Beautiful Music Videos: ILoveProfHowdy.Com "Thou Swell" is a show tune, a popular song and a jazz standard. The music was written by Richard Rodgers, with words by Lorenz Hart, for the 1927 musical A Connecticut Yankee. There are jazz vocal renditions by Nat King Cole, Sarah Vaughan, Frank Sinatra, Blossom Dearie, Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Williams. Fats Waller and Billy May both recorded the song instrumentally. The lyric is notable, as indicated by the title, for its mix of old English and modern slang. The music of the song is featured in the film All About Eve (1950). It is played on the piano at the party when Margo tells her friends to "fasten their seat belts". +++ "Stardust" is an American popular song composed in 1927 by Hoagy Carmichael with lyrics added in 1929 by Mitchell Parish. Originally titled "Star Dust", Carmichael first recorded the song at the Gennett Records studio in Richmond, Indiana. The song, "a song about a song about love", played in an idiosyncratic melody in medium tempo, became an American standard, and is considered one of the most recorded songs of the 20th century, with over 1,500 total recordings. In 2004, Carmichael's original 1927 recording of the song was one of 50 recordings chosen by the Library of Congress to be added to the National Recording Registry. Jones' recording became the first of many hit versions of the tune. Young baritone sensation Bing Crosby released a version in 1931, and by the following year, over two dozen bands had recorded "Stardust." It was then covered by almost every prominent band of that era. Versions have been recorded by Louis Armstrong, Tommy Dorsey, Tex Beneke with The Glenn Miller Orchestra (Recorded in New York City on February 1, 1947 and released by RCA Victor Records as catalogue number 20-2016B[6] and by EMI on the His Master's Voice label as catalogue number BD 5968), Frank Sinatra, Billie Holiday, Jan Garber, Fumio Nanri, Dizzy Gillespie, Nat King Cole, Mel Tormé, Connie Francis, Jean Sablon, Keely Smith, Terumasa Hino, Harry Connick Jr, Ella Fitzgerald, Olavi Virta, The Peanuts, Django Reinhardt, Barry Manilow, John Coltrane, Earl Grant, Willie Nelson, Billy Ward and His Dominoes, George Benson, Mina, Ken Hirai, Los Hombres Calientes and many others. Glenn Miller also released a recording of the song on V-Disc, No. 65A, with a spoken introduction recorded with the AAFTC Orchestra which was released in December, 1943. Billy Ward and His Dominoes had a #13 hit with the song on the Billboard Pop chart. However, it has been the Artie Shaw version of 1941, with memorable solos by Billy Butterfield (trumpet) and Jack Jenney (trombone) that remains the favorite orchestral version of the Big Band era. Ringo Starr recorded a version for his first solo album, Sentimental Journey in 1970, after the break-up of The Beatles. Rod Stewart recorded the song for his album "Stardust: The Great American Songbook Volume III" (2004). Katie Melua recorded a cover on her EP Nine Million Bicycles in 2005. Michael Bublé recorded it for his album "Crazy Love" released in 2009. Certain recorded variations on the song have become notable. Armstrong recorded "Stardust" on November 4, 1931, and on an alternate take inserted the lyric 'oh, memory' just before an instrumental break. This version became prized over the issued take among jazz collectors, including Carmichael. Thirty years later, Sinatra recorded just the verse on his November 20, 1961 recording for his album Sinatra and Strings - much to Carmichael's initial chagrin, although Hoagy is said to have changed his mind upon hearing the recording. In 1993, guitarist Larry Coryell covered the song from his album "Fallen Angel." Les Deux Love Orchestra included their version of Stardust on the 2001 album, "Music From Les Deux Cafés." In 2006, David Benoit covered the song from his Standards album "Standards." While the song has been traditionally performed as a ballad, vocalist Kalil Wilson recorded an uptempo version of the song for his 2009 album, "Easy to Love." Willie Nelson's cover of the song was used to wake up the crew of Space Shuttle mission STS-97 on their second flight day.

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              • Sinsick - tough guys - from "sin sick city" by Lars Schellenberg

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                informations: www.myspace.com/sinsickband www.facebook.com/pages/SINSICK/237618836279823

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                • Evanescence 2011 Album Leak Download

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                  Download: http://tinyurl.com/EvanescenceAlbum Evanescence - Evanescence (2011) Tracklist 1. What You Want 2. Made Of Stone 3. The Change 4. My Heart Is Broken 5. The Other Side 6. Erase This 7. Lost In Paradise 8. Sick 9. End Of The Dream 10. Oceans 11. Never Go Back 12. Swimming Home

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                  • LEELAND // "Great Awakening" // Live Acoustic Set

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                    LEELAND stopped by to surprise us with an Impromptu Acoustic Set. We quickly set up some mics, lights, and a few cameras. Crazy fun night of worship with super talented friends. Listen for Baby Boston singing in the background! Cameras: Ryan Bodie, Ryan Grow, Cameron Stockton Audio: Scott Asher

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                    • LEELAND // "Great Awakening" // Live Acoustic Set

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                      LEELAND stopped by to surprise us with an Impromptu Acoustic Set. We quickly set up some mics, lights, and a few cameras. Crazy fun night of worship with super talented friends. Listen for Baby Boston singing in the background! Cameras: Ryan Bodie, Ryan Grow, Cameron Stockton Audio: Scott Asher

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