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  • Murkage - Of Mystics & Misfits (iTunes Version)

    Manchester, England, is a city steeped in rich, musical history. In the early 70’s, bands like Joy Division and The Smiths ruled the UK with their guitar fuelled tracks that have gone on to earn cult status amongst fans and critics alike. As we moved into the 1980’s, we had the birth of bands such as The Stone Roses and the Happy Mondays who were ignited by Manchester’s now iconic Hacienda nightclub. A further decade down the line and we were first graced by arguably Manchester’s most famous, or at least recognisable band, Oasis, fronted by two brothers who hailed from the inner depths of the city. Which leads us nicely into the present day, and a group who are making their own sound and are hell bent on letting themselves be heard; Murkage...
    Genres: Hip-hop/Rap, Music
    Released: April 28, 2014
    ℗ 2014 Murkage
    1 Of Mystics & Misfits (feat. Ursa Minor)
    2 La Plage (feat. Bipolar Sunshine)
    3 Officer Parker
    4 Burntout
    5 Manifesto (feat. Nekfeu)
    6 Fat Tits (Interlude)
    7 Can I Live
    8 Excellent Adventure
    9 Spaghetti
    10 Can I Live (feat. Orelsan)
    11 Officer Parker (Acropolis Sound Saga)
    + Digital Booklet - Of Mystics & Misfits

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  • Bruno Mars - Doo-Wops & Hooligans (Deluxe Version) (Mastered for iTunes)

    Bruno Mars is a musical renaissance man with his fingers in an amazing number of pies (most of them sweet and ultra-tasty). Mars has an ear for the trends of the moment, but he’s also fluent in old-school methods of songwriting and production. “Just the Way You Are” (the album’s chart-topping advance single), “Talking to the Moon” and “Our First Time” are suave slices of R&B/pop with finely-honed hooks. On “Count on Me” and “The Lazy Song,” Mars eases into a mellow folk groove worthy of Jason Mraz. Stretching out further, he dives into a ’60-style soul rave-up (“Runaway Baby”) and has a fling with classic summertime pop (“Marry You”). There’s a Jamaican vibe present as well, especially in the dub-drenched “Liquor Store Blues.” “The Other Side” — a collaboration with Cee-Lo and B.o.B. — rides an urgent track punctuated with wolf howls. Mars handles the instrumental duties as well as the lead vocals here, bringing a unified feel to this eclectic, high-energy and altogether delightful effort...
    Genres: Pop, Music, Pop/Rock, R&B/Soul, Rock
    Released: Oct 05, 2010
    ℗ 2010 Elektra Entertainment Group Inc. for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. All Rights Reserved.
    1 Grenade
    2 Just the Way You Are
    3 Our First Time
    4 Runaway Baby
    5 The Lazy Song
    6 Marry You
    7 Talking to the Moon
    8 Liquor Store Blues (feat. Damian Marley)
    9 Count On Me
    10 The Other Side (feat. CeeLo Green & B.o.B)
    11 Just the Way You Are (feat. Lupe Fiasco) [Remix] [Bonus Track]
    12 Somewhere In Brooklyn (Bonus Track)
    13 Just the Way You Are (Video)
    14 The Other Side (feat. Cee Lo Green & B.o.B) (Video)

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  • Lady Gaga - Born This Way (Bonus Track Version) (Mastered for iTunes)

    It's one thing to sing about a motorcycle, and it's another to sing about a unicorn. But when you put your motorcycle song and your unicorn song in the same song? And call it "Highway Unicorn (Road to Love)"? Now that's a pop visionary. Lady Gaga knew it was time to crank up the crazy, and she didn't hold back: Born This Way is her Eighties arena-rock move, going for maximum goth Catholic bombast. The whole album thumps like the soundtrack to a lost Eddie and the Cruisers sequel, one where Eddie gets crucified by Roman soldiers, while Gaga stands under the cross weeping and sending dirty texts to the DJ.Born This Way has all the electro-sleaze beats and Eurodisco chorus chants that made her the Fame Monster. But the big surprise is the way Gaga pillages the Bon Jovi, Pat Benatar and Eddie Money records of her childhood. In the 1980s, radio was full of tormented Catholic kids, from Madonna...
    Genres: Pop, Music, Dance
    Released: Aug 8, 2014
    ℗ 2014 Interscope Records
    1 Marry the Night
    2 Born This Way
    3 Government Hooker
    4 Judas
    5 Americano
    6 Hair
    7 Scheiße
    8 Bloody Mary
    9 Black Jesus + Amen Fashion
    10 Bad Kids
    11 Fashion of His Love
    12 Highway Unicorn (Road To Love)
    13 Heavy Metal Lover
    14 Electric Chapel
    15 The Queen
    16 Yoü and I
    17 The Edge of Glory
    18 Born This Way (The Country Road Version)
    19 Judas (DJ White Shadow Remix)
    20 Marry the Night (Zedd Remix)
    21 Scheiße (DJ White Shadow Mugler)
    22 Fashion of His Love (Fernando Garibay Remix)
    + Digital Booklet - Born This Way (Bonus Track Version)

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  • Lady Gaga - Born This Way (Mastered for iTunes)

    Lady Gaga's drama club ambition to marry rock & roll rebellion with her disco beats turns Born This Way into Like a Prayer by way of Bat Out of Hell. She knowingly recontextualizes Madonna for a postmodern collage, the sly similarities offering tangible reminders that Gaga is the heir to the diva throne. Her true gift is her considerable dexterity at delivering the basics. “Marry the Night” glistens with a neon pulse, “Born This Way” has a giddiness to its self-importance, “Judas” turns “Alejandro” into towering gothic disco, she achieves her metal-disco fusion on “Bad Kids,” and she even shows vulnerability on “Yoü and I.”
    Genres: Pop, Music, Dance, Rock
    Released: Aug 8, 2014
    ℗ 2014 Interscope Records
    1 Marry the Night
    2 Born This Way
    3 Government Hooker
    4 Judas
    5 Americano
    6 Hair
    7 Scheiße
    8 Bloody Mary
    9 Bad Kids
    10 Highway Unicorn (Road To Love)
    11 Heavy Metal Lover
    12 Electric Chapel
    13 Yoü and I
    14 The Edge of Glory
    + Digital Booklet - Born This Way

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  • Lady Gaga - The Fame (Mastered for iTunes)

    Glamorously gaudy, a self-made post-modern diva stitched together from elements of Madonna, David Bowie, and Freddie Mercury, Lady Gaga was the first true millennial superstar. Mastering the constant connection of the internet era, Gaga generated countless mini-sensations through her style, her videos, and her music, cultivating a devoted audience she dubbed "Little Monsters." But it wasn't just a cult that turned her 2008 manifesto The Fame into a self-fulfilling prophecy: Gaga crossed over into the mainstream, ushering out one pop epoch and kick-starting a new one, quickly making such turn-of-the-century stars as Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears seem old-fashioned, quite a trick for any artist to pull off, but especially impressive for an artist who specialized in repurposing the past — particularly the '80s — for present use, creating sustainable pop for a digital world.
    Genres: Pop, Music, Dance
    Released: Aug 8, 2014
    ℗ 2014 Interscope Records
    1 Just Dance (feat. Colby O'Donis)
    2 LoveGame
    3 Paparazzi
    4 Poker Face
    5 Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)
    6 Beautiful, Dirty, Rich
    7 The Fame
    8 Money Honey
    9 Starstruck (feat. Space Cowboy & Flo Rida)
    10 Boys Boys Boys
    11 Paper Gangsta
    12 Brown Eyes
    13 I Like It Rough
    14 Summerboy
    15 Disco Heaven
    + Digital Booklet - The Fame

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  • Rush - 2112 (Deluxe Edition) (Mastered for iTunes)

    Whereas Rush's first two releases, their self-titled debut and Fly by Night, helped create a buzz among hard rock fans worldwide, the more progressive third release, Caress of Steel, confused many of their supporters. Rush knew it was now or never with their fourth release, and they delivered just in time — 1976's 2112 proved to be their much sought-after commercial breakthrough and remains one of their most popular albums. Instead of choosing between prog rock and heavy rock, both styles are merged together to create an interesting and original approach. The entire first side is comprised of the classic title track, which paints a chilling picture of a future world where technology is in control (Peart's lyrics for the piece being influenced by Ayn Rand). Comprised of seven "sections," the track proved that the trio members were fast becoming...
    Genres: Rock, Music
    Released: Dec 14, 2012
    ℗ 2012 The Island Def Jam Music Group
    1 2112: I. Overture, II. The Temples of Syrinx, III. Discovery, IV. Presentation, V. Oracle: The Dream, VI. Soliloquy, VII. Grand Finale
    2 A Passage to Bangkok
    3 The Twilight Zone
    4 Lessons
    5 Tears
    6 Something for Nothing
    7 Overture (Live At Northlands Coliseum In 1981)
    8 The Temples of Syrinx (Live At Northlands Coliseum In 1981)
    9 A Passage to Bangkok (Live At Northlands Coliseum In 1981)

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