[2017] NieR-Automata [Keiichi Okabe, Kuniyuki Takahashi & Keigo Hoashi] ''FLAC''


Fantastic Soundtrack. While it dosn't have that much tracks for an official game soundtrack... it does make up for it on the tracks length. I mean if you played the game, I shouldn't have had to tell you how amazing the music is.
The first disk is the regular soundtrack.... but when you get to the second and third disks it has different variations of the same track, even in a different language for some.

I wish I could put in to words how amazing this soundtrack is. Unfortunately, anything I write here won't do this game or the OST any lick of service. I highly suggest this soundtrack to anyone that enjoys video game music and anyone that has played this game. You do not need to have played the game to enjoy the soundtrack, but it will certainly add more meaning to some of the tracks. Especially so if you've played the first installment of the Nier series.

Genre : Game, Soundtrack.
Quality : FLAC

Broken Links Fixed!

Special Post

As you can see this is a special post, reposting took a while but it's been worth it. Main reason for the dead links was Blargh's account being banned and that's why won't be posting albums for a bit, but I will. So there you have it, the rest of albums are up once again (there are 1 or 2 of them offline but they'll be back soon, don't worry), also one more thing, please don't forget to say ''thanks'' if you get any albums off here. Enjoy. 

Play this while checking out the list below : 

List : 

[1983] Zelda - Carnaval FLAC (before was Mp3)

[1985] Tom Waits - Rain Dogs FLAC (Now Japan Remaster)

[1969] Almendra - Almendra FLAC (Vinyl Rip)

[2003] Kenji Yamamoto - Metroid Prime OST (Working on it)

[1963-2012] The Beatles - Please Please Me FLAC (2012 Stereo Remaster- Before was Mono Version)

[1970-1978] Amon Düül II - Yeti FLAC (Now Vinyl Rip)

[1984] Cocteau Twins - Treasure FLAC (Now Vinyl Rip)

[1985] The Fall - This Nation's Saving Grace (Working on it)

[1969] King Crimson - In the Court of the Crimson King (For problems with copyright, this album will never uploaded again, really sorry...)

[2006] Mushishi Soundtrack [Toshiro Masuda] ''FLAC''


The soundtrack for Mushishi is a must have , if you are the type into soothing New Age type music.
It is a compilation of the episodes music, each episode had different music. Soothing Japanese instrumentals blending old Japanese traditional music with new sounds. Bells, flutes, drums are just some of the treats this soundtrack has to offer. If sound translated to color I would say it is a soothing green , like much of series itself.. Do yoga while listening, meditate, use it as relaxing background music just because. You can't go wrong with this one

Genre : New Age, Ambient, Soundtrack.
Quality : FLAC

[2001] +Bien Soundtrack [Gustavo Cerati] ''FLAC''


+ Bien es un album excelente, no solo porque es de Gustavo Cerati,sino porque la musica contenida en este cd es algo , en lo personal, sublime. Uno siente la esencia del mundo terrenal y celestial y a la vez el mundo de Cerati. el track PORCELANA es uno de mis favoritos junto con el ultimo track que le da titulo al film. album instrumental, un Cerati electronico, nada mal esta propuesta, siempre el artista busca esa evolución en cada jornada o viaje que emprende y Cerati lo hace cada vez que nos muestra un album nuevo, ya con este último (+ BIEN) ha demostrado que puede darnos más alegría y muchas emociones positivas a través de su musica.

Si eres fan de Cerati y te gusta toda propuesta musical, este album debe estar en tu coleccion, si estas estancado en el viejo cerati de antaño, mejor ni pierdas el tiempo, pues no lo entenderias

Genre : Movie Soundtrack, Ambient, Electronic.
Quality : FLAC

[1986] Green [Hiroshi Yoshimura] ''FLAC''


Well, this album is a uniquely quiet, calm and lyrical effort. All of the tunes have a rich (and smile inducing) vibe that is chill, and emotionally open. If you wanted a soundtrack to drift off into a reverie with, well, here you go. I've listened to this for decades, and it has held up terrifically. There are organic and unhurried synths, nature sounds, and lots of open space. Music for massage. Floating safe and warm. Transportation within, to the bus stop called "ahhhh".

Genre : New Age, Ambient.
Quality : FLAC

[2014] Freedom Of The Son [Uyama Hiroto] ''FLAC''

Freedom Of The Son

Love this album, play it front to back at the beginning of every study session. Packaging was crispy and arived on time, no complaints at all. The entire album is a continuous pleasure...

Genre : Instrumental Hip-Hop, Hip-Hop, Chillout, Ambient, Electronic, Jazz...
Quality : FLAC

[2017] Blade Runner 2049 [Hans Zimmer & Benjamin Wallfisch] ''FLAC''

Blade Runner 2049

This past weekend I saw "Blade Runner 2049" in the theater (more on that later). If you have seen the original Blade Runner movie (released in 1982), you know that it features a brilliant electronic score, courtesy of the legendary Vangelis. The question was whether Vangelis would return for the long awaited sequel. As it turns out, he did not. In his stead, the producers engaged not one but two composers who know each other well: Hans Zimmer & Benjamin Wallfisch. They have previously also combined for the score to "Hidden Figures" last year. And of course they are solo film composers in their own right, with Zimmer being one the top Hollywood composers of this generation--check out his brilliant score for the recent "Dunkirk" as but one example of his rich catalog.
"Let's imagine how Vangelis would've done this", seems to be the motto or process by which Zimmer and Wallfisch composed this score. In that sense, the music is quite derivative but no less exquisite. Check out "Her Eyes Were Green", a romantic, almost wistful tune. "Sea Wall", on the other hand, is a full-throttle and epic 10 min. composition that is out of this world. "Tears In the Rain" is credited to Zimmer & Wallfisch, but is clearly taken from/inspired by the song of same name from the 1982 soundtrack. Then comes "Blade Runner", a 10 min. mini-suite that in essence captures the many themes heard earlier in the movie. it runs over the movie's end titles. This collection ends with a song called "Almost Human", sung by Lauren Daigle. Please note: this song is NOT featured in the movie. Frankly, it is nowhere as good as the score, and it's easy to see why this was not included in the movie.
As to the movie itself, given the cult status of the 1982 movie, and the 35 year wait, could the new Blade Runner possibly deliver the goods and live up to expectations? As it turns out, YES and YES. Director Dennis Villeneuve delivers a masterpiece that is complex, brooding and epic, yet while staying true to the spirit of the 1982 original. If you are expecting an "action sci-fi", you will be sorely disappointed, as "Blade Runner 2049" is not for anyone in a hurry. I thought it was bloody brilliant. "Blade Runner" both the soundtrack and the movie, is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

Genre : Dark Ambient, Electronic, Soundtrack.
Quality : FLAC

[2011] Spiritual State [Nujabes] ''FLAC''

Spiritual State

This is definitely some of the best music I've ever listened to. DJ's like Nujabes pull out my favorite type of beats. Smooth and jazzy hip hop. And doing collabs with guys like Shing02 and Funky DL. Hyde Out Productions FTW! Definitely recommend this to anyone looking for something to listen to while chilling or cruising.

Genre : Chill Out., Instrumental Hip-Hop, Jazzy Hip-Hop, Jazz Rap, Lounge, 
Quality : FLAC