What happens when a website says "not available for viewing in your country" ? maybe illegal downloading increases ?

Sunday, October 15, 2017

The underwear is lasting good, but I need some new socks.

 I had to give this post some kind of title... it might as well be a strange one. .....so......... almost all of the video / mp3 download posts here, have finally been moved to 2 other blogs. Some comedy / political vids still here, and a couple of self-made mp3 compilations.
maybe will delete a lot of the other posts, such as posts dealing with old radio shows I talked on. The download listening links are probably all dead anyways.

Will dig out the blogtalk radio mp3's and have a listen, but can guess that many of them will get deleted if nothing important or interesting is discussed.

No idea when, or if, the forum at http://heavymetalrarities.com/ will be back online.
There are approx. 30, 000 members there (I think, forgot how many), but not many upload.

Now this blog has been organized and pruned, maybe will work on the actual place I live in.

maybe after i watch the latest Fear of The Walking Dead episode.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017


FEMME FATALE Magazines [.cbr]
FEMME FATALE VOL 04 NO 03 (1995).cbr
FEMME FATALE VOL 05 NO 08 (1997-02).cbr
FEMME FATALE VOL 11 NO 07 (2002).cbr
Femme Fatales v10 no06.cbr
Femme Fatales v11 NO 04.cbr

Now You Know - The Book Of Answers (Malestrom).pdf

Scream Queens - The Worlds Only Slash and Gash Magazine (Qweth'l).cbr
Scream Queens Illustrated 010 (1995) (Huesos-DREGS).cbr



CBR Reader comic book reader http://www.cbrreader.com/


Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Travelling compilation

Getting Around Town [comp] 2016-08-09(August 9)

1. Lawn Boy - All Washed Up [Rock] (3:55) - Ladies And Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains Soundtrack (2008)
2. Annihilation Time - Imaginary Mirror (3:22) - Annihilation Time II (2005)
3. Aggression - Defenders of the Old (4:09) - Fractured Psyche Demons (2015)
4. Motorhead - Tie Your Mother Down (3:46) - Overkill / Tie Your Mother Down [Single] (2007)
5. Mucky Pup - Someday (2:18) - A Boy in a Man's World (1989)
6. Zoetrope - Mercenary (3:21) - Amnesty CD (1985)
7. Sindrome - Cathedral Of Ice (4:29) - Resurrection: The Complete Collection (Compilation) (CD 1)
8. Angel Witch - Confused (2:51) - Angel Witch (1980)
9. Slaughter - Shadow Of Death (2:49) - Surrender or Die DEMO (1985) CD (Utopian Vision)
10. The Devil's Blood - Christ Or Cocaine (Live) (8:08) - Fire Burning (2011)
11. Gillan - 06 Vengeance (3:31) - Mr. Universe (1979)
12. Savage Master - Looking for a Sacrifice (3:18) - With Whips and Chains (2016)
13. Crimson Glory - Lonely (5:18) - Transcendence
14. The Kinks - Pressure (live) (1:31) - One For The Road (1980)
15. Ted Nugent - Sweet Sally (2:33) - Cat Scratch Fever (1977)
16. Whiplash - Battle Scars (4:25) - Insult To Injury (1989)
17. MD.45 - Nothing Is Something (3:57) Lee Ving vocals - The Craving (1996)
18. Savage Master - Ready to Sin (4:29) - With Whips and Chains (2016)
19. Sonic Youth - Silver Rocket (3:47) - Daydream Nation
20. Mötley Crüe - White Punks on (cover song)(3:40) - New Tattoo (2000)
21. Zoetrope - The Company Man (5:03) - Amnesty CD (1985)
22. Savage Master - Blood On The Rose (2:42) - Mask Of The Devil
23. Rosemary Clooney - Mambo Italiano (Remastered) (2:36) - Greatest Hits 1948 - 1954 - and more!
24. Savage Master - Marry The Wolf (4:15) - Mask Of The Devil
25. Surf Punks - My Beach (1:49) - My Beach (1980)
26. Savage Master - The Ripper In Black (4:06) - Mask Of The Devil

This is how the songs played in my Winamp media player for the list I compiled.
Might play in a different order on your mp3 player.

1 hour 36 minutes 8 seconds

Friday, December 4, 2015

Retro Rocket Review fanzine update + PARAGON RECORDS 15 YEAR ANNIVERSARY SALE CONTINUES 2015

 boring friday morning post time---

 I went out last week and bought a new scanner / printer, a black BROTHER that was on sale for 49 bucks.
I wonder when this "Black Friday" sale madness started in Canada ?

Growing up, MEGADETH's Black Friday is the only one I ever knew about.


recently discovered I enjoy BUSHMILLS IRISH WHISKEY.
It doesn't even need to be mixed, but I am too used to adding ice and cola to whiskey,
(just like with adding juice or Kool-Aid,  to gin or vodka).

Suite 276
1063 King St.W.
L8S 4S3


next issue still being worked on -
3 interviews layout done so far, and being slow as maple syrup on transcribing a phone conversation / interview for a fourth.

Waiting months, maybe a year if I was not too lazy to look it up, for other interviews to be mailed back... maybe will think of some others to do in the meantime.

Hopefully this next one is going to get distributed, but without accepting paid advertisements to help fund the xeroxing and doing this on a bare bones / cut n paste budget, I ain't getting streesed about it.

Many days I think about pulling out the internet connection as I have all I want, and can mail order from the few distros / record companies that work hard as if the 1980s never ended.

If it was not so easy and cheaper to buy large amounts of records / zines / etc through online purchases, and if some stores accepted credit cards, then it would make it even more appealing to go offline.

 The MAIN reason now is just to watch tv shows and movies since the public library have messed with my account and demand more personal information, which they won't get. Not from me anyways.


Besides a few reviews I know of in printed zines like Defiance Of Gothic Nirvana by Jeremy Bequette, here is a more recent one online by the politically incorrect Mourning the Ancient website.

and last,
not many send promo material to me, but that is ok, as I could be deluged with a lot of crap, just like is sent to me at other blogs / email addresses.
BUT IF YOU GOT THE GUTS, then mail a tape  / vinyl / cd / zine for possible review.

Reviews will include some PARAGON RECORDS material I bought, and other stuff they sent in.
They are currently having another sale, so check that out.



Monday, 30 November 2015
Since our November sale did so well, we will not only continue it but, make it better with a 3rd deal!!!
December 1st through New Year!
Three of the best deals you won't find anywhere else!!!
1. Choose any 10 items marked from $3-5 for $25!!! Multiples welcome!
2. Select list deeply discounted to 50% off Org. price!!! Unlimited quantity
3. And for you old school fossils like myself, Any 10 cassettes marked $3 only $15!!! Unlimited quantity. YOU WILL FIND ALMOST ALL $3 CASSETTES IN THE SALE SECTION! WELL OVER 350 TITLES TO CHOOSE FROM THERE!
all the rules from before still apply so just check the update below this one for any additional info you need.


Last Updated (Friday, 04 December 2015 09:36)

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Styx, Equinox, was released 40 years ago

Equinox is 40! Sweet, sweet sounds fill the air: Please join us in our celebration of Equinox, which was released 40 years ago today on December 1, 1975.
News Reviews Press Releases Equinox Turns 40! posted by Styx World on December 01, 2015 Join us in our celebration of Equinox, which was released 40 years ago today on December 1, 1975. by Mike Mettler Sweet, sweet sounds fill…

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Angels and Airwaves - Surrender

You know, I try to avoid anything that angers or aggravates me.

One thing that has bugged me for years, was I once liked a song I heard on the radio years ago, but kept forgetting what it was.
It finally came to me one day, and remembered the band name or the song was called Angels and Airwaves.
It was some project or supergroup by some other band I never listened to / never cared  for before.

After like a year or two now, I found what I thought was the song, on a download of remixes.
Angels & Airwaves - Stomping The Phantom Brake Pedal [Double EP - 2012][KC] @320
Thanks to the original uploader.

After remembering a few words, the chorus melody, and then reading through the lyrics, and now also hearing the regular version, found it !!. ...(see music video above).
I don't like the video for many reasons, but I bet everybody else out there loves it.

am going to to check out their albums, as this is one of the greatest songs that combines the best elements from Pop music, Alternative rock, Hard rock, and Emo hardcore..

how do I know it is great?
When I play it repeatedly and cannot get sick of it.

I will eventually migrate this post to the other blogspot.
downloaded a ton, maybe all of the Angels and Airwaves discography...and am disappointed....not too much else of it for me was as exciting as their song "Surrender" ... will give it a try for another week or two...
the same happened a month ago, after I downloaded the Biters' stuff....it seems to me, the Biters' best songs were videos on Youtube...

Monday, August 31, 2015

Atari Games Cartridges Dug Out of New Mexico Landfill Sell for Approximately $108,000



Final Atari sale is no urban legend

eBay sale nets $107,930.15

By Jacqueline Devine
@DearestDevine on Twitter
Posted:   08/28/2015 09:16:42 AM MDT

Atari Dig Operational Consultant Joe Lewandowski announced the grand total of the Atari Dig sale on eBay to City Commissioners at their regular City
Atari Dig Operational Consultant Joe Lewandowski announced the grand total of the Atari Dig sale on eBay to City Commissioners at their regular City Commission meeting on Aug. 25. The final sale totaled 107,930.15. (Jacqueline Devine — Daily News)
It's been a year and a half since Atari's infamous E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial has been unearthed from the Alamogordo landfill. Gamers and collectors from around the country made a pilgrimage to Alamogordo to see if the gaming world's biggest urban legend was true.
One man, who knew Atari's deepest darkest secret, uncovered it's concrete tomb with the help of a film crew who documented the entire process. That man was Operational Consultant Joe Lewandowski, who is regarded as Alamogordo's Indiana Jones.
Lewandowski announced the grand total from the Atari dig sale on eBay to City Commissioners at their regular City Commission meeting Tuesday. The final sale results totaled a staggering $107,930.15. The city of Alamogordo will receive $65,037.78 and the Tularosa Basin Historical Society will get $16,259.44. Expenses like shipping fees totaled $26,632.93.
Lewandowski said there's still 297 cartridges left that he's holding in an archive. What's to become of them is still unknown at this time.
"There's 297 we're still holding in an archive that we'll sell at a later date when we decide what to do with them," he said. "I might sell those if a second movie comes out but for now we're just holding them. The film company got 100 games, 23 went to museums and we had 881 that we actually sold. They were sold in 45 states and 14 countries."
The Atari cartridges made their way to several museums around the world such as the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C., the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, the Hamilton Toy Museum in Ontario, Canada, and the Deutsches Film Museum in Frankfurt, Germany.
Out of the 881 games that were sold, six games were sold to Brazil and Australia, three in Singapore, 22 in France, 54 in Canada and over 752 in the United States alone just to name a few.
The highest Atari 2600 E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial cartridge went for $1,535. Over 60 titles were sold on eBay including Asteroids, Missile Command, Warlords, Defender, Star Raiders, Swordquest, Phoenix, Centipede and Super Breakout.
Based on Steven Spielberg's blockbuster film, Atari's E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial was released in 1982 after only 34 days of development. It quickly became known as one of the worst video games ever created, and is considered by many the final blow that collapsed Atari.
Though the game sold well during the holidays, E.T. The-Extra-Terrestrial did not live up to its financial expectations as was told in the documentary "Atari: Game Over" directed by Zak Penn.
In a previous Daily News article, Lewandowski stated that he is still planning on making a second film but has not made anything official.
"I have a bunch of stories in this story book I hope to use some day and I have all their addresses and contacts. If it works out it would be fun to cruise around with a movie camera and film all these people," he said.
Lewandowski said he does not have a title for the film yet but is also looking for the ripple effect of the Atari burial.
"I'm hoping that if the second movie ever comes out, I can release some more games," he said. "It would increase their value for the city."
Lewandowski also said that he would like to come before the City Commission again on Sept. 22 to discuss recommendations on what to do with the money.
"I would like to come back on Sept. 22, I have some recommendations that I would like to present with the money," he said. "The $65,000 is yours you can do what you want with it but I don't want to see it go to pot holes or sewer lines."
City Commissioner Nadia Sikes thanked Lewandowski for his hard work and what the sale means to the city.
"I just want to take a moment to thank Joe Lewandowski for all the hard work. I wouldn't consider myself a real nay-sayer of what was going to transpire with the sale of the games but I have to say I am so impressed with what you've done," Sikes said. "Under no circumstances did I ever think you were going to sell over $60,000 worth of games."
Lewandowski said he was more surprised than anyone but was proud for what he was able to do and to call Alamogordo E.T.'s final resting place.

  • I don't get it. What is the big deal about an Atari 2600 game? These aren't rare.

    ET was rare.

    The Atari E.T. game is credited with sparking the video game crash of the early 80s. It was a prominent example of movie tie-in shovelware, and many of the extra unsold copies were buried in the mentioned landfill. This became a gaming "urban legend"/"no, it's seriously true" depending on who you asked. So these particular Atari cartridges aren't just some cartridges left over, they're a piece of video game history/myth/etc.

  • Hey this is great. It's wonderful to hear that they were able to raise some money for the community with these relics of buried history


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Sales of Atari games found in New Mexico landfill bring in more than $100,000 through eBay

Juan Carlos Llorca, Associated Press
FILE - In this April 26, 2014 file photo, film director Zak Penn shows a box of a decades-old Atari "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" game found in a dumpsite in Alamogordo, N.M. A cache of Atari game cartridges dug up in an Alamogordo landfill last year has generated more than $100,000 in sales. An estimated 850 games that sold on eBay over the last several months in 2015 brought in close to $108,000.

ALAMOGORDO, N.M. — A cache of Atari game cartridges dug up in a New Mexico landfill last year has generated more than $100,000 in sales over the last several months.
The April 2014 dig ended speculation surrounding an urban legend that Atari had discarded hundreds of games, including "E.T. The Extraterrestrial," more than 30 years ago, reported The Alamogordo Daily News (http://bit.ly/1hlj3l2).
A film crew documented Joe Lewandowski as he dug up the Atari cartridges. In addition to the "E.T. The Extraterrestrial" cartridges, Lewandowski found more than 60 other titles.
Those included Asteroids, Missile Command, Warlords, Defender, Star Raiders, Swordquest, Phoenix, Centipede and Super Breakout.
Atari's E.T. game, based on the Steven Spielberg film, was released in 1982 after only 34 days of development. It earned a reputation as the worst video game ever created.
It didn't live up to its financial expectations and is considered by many to have contributed to Atari's demise, as shown in Zak Penn's documentary "Atari: Game Over."
The 881 games sold on eBay brought in close to $108,000, Lewandowski told the Alamogordo City Commission earlier this week. Buyers came from 45 states and 14 countries.
Twenty-three games also made their way to museums around the world, including the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C., and the Deutsches Film Museum in Frankfurt, Germany.
But Lewandowski said there are hundreds more cartridges that aren't for sale at this time.
"There's 297 we're still holding in an archive that we'll sell at a later date when we decide what to do with them," he said. "But for now we're just holding them."
The city will receive about $65,000 from the sale of the games, and $16,000 will go to the Tularosa Basin Historical Society.
About $26,000 will go toward expenses such as shipping fees.

Aug. 29, 15
What where the other games? When did this sale start? Are there some still available? What else did they find? I dont really care but I hate articles leaving me with more questions than answers.

Aug. 29, 15
@buffcoat An article with more info from the Alamogordo Daily News is linked in the AP's article.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

PAUL ABRAMSON - VAN RICHTER RECORDS is illegally selling Malhavoc's music, and with the support of i-tunes


SUICIDE SILENCE Singer On Death Of Music Industry: 'Greed Is Never Gonna Win'

I was not a fan of their music, but dig what they say in this article...
guess I will check them out again... I might even like them.
I did not copy everything, go to the Blabber link...

SUICIDE SILENCE Singer On Death Of Music Industry: 'Greed Is Never Gonna Win'

Victoria Purcell of RAMzine conducted an interview with vocalist Hernan "Eddie" Hermida and guitarist Mark Heylmun of California deathcore masters SUICIDE SILENCE at the 2015 edition of the the MetalDays festival, which was held on July 19-25 in Tolmin, Slovenia. You can now watch the chat below. A couple of excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET).

On whether making an entire album available for streaming on YouTube, as is the case with SUICIDE SILENCE's "You Can't Stop Me", is good promotion:

Eddie: "At the end of the day, if people wanna listen to the stuff you put out, YouTube does a really good job of keeping counts, and if you get enough people to watch your stuff, YouTube might wanna give you some cash, but, really, that's not why you make to begin with. And if you are making music for that reason, then you're a fucking idiot."
"It's the quintessential answer, ever since Napster and all the bullshit, ever since the Internet was capable of putting your art out there, and it basically showed the world that, at the end of the day, it's, like, art you can find wherever the hell you want, you can make art wherever the hell you want, and there's always gonna be somebody that outdoes you. Making an industry out of it is the most ass backwards thing that could ever happen to humanity."
On the fact that using iTunes to transfer music from your CDs is now illegal under U.K. copyright law:
Eddie: "Hey, man, guess what: it was illegal for me to make mixed tapes and give it to my girlfriend back in fucking… when I was doing that, and making ripped CDs and mixed CDs for people too, and I still did it."
Mark: "It's illegal to smoke weed in most places, and I still do that too."

On whether the music industry is doomed:
Eddie: "Let those idiots who are trying to fucking squeeze every penny out of an art die… There are people who are willing to give their money to an artist who is kicking his own ass out there, trying to show the world what love is, or trying to show the world what fear is — however you wanna document whatever an art is. There are gonna be people who are willing to support it. And the fact is that there's too many people out there trying to stick their fingers, and their hands, in our pockets, and that's where the industry is failing. And it's gonna fail, because greed is never gonna win."

Read more at http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/suicide-silence-singer-on-death-of-music-industry-greed-is-never-gonna-win/#tbjjg70yAGcFphmG.99