Thursday, 2 August 2018


I was completely unaware of these guys until recently, I was contacted by Pat (guitar) with a view to having me review their current and 2nd album "There is No Madness Here" I thought it was a good name and figured it would be some intense crust punk! I was completely wrong!

System Of Hate formed in Barnsley, Yorkshire from the ashes of Total Confusion in 2012 recording their debut EP "Immortal" in the same year followed by 1st album "Unhallowed Ground" in 2016  When i first listened to this album I was initially put off by the slightly gruff/throaty vocals in the first song and almost called a halt to getting involved right there, but I thought it was only fair to give the whole album a listen and I am so glad I did! The first thing that is apparent here is that the production, for an underground release is HUGE the drums pound the guitars soar and klang and the bass underpins it all with a great clean bottom end and the big surprise for me was I didn't notice at first but there are also keyboards (supplied by Martin Roberts Ex-Danse Society) now whilst the word keyboards may have sent punks running in this case they work really well in pushing the bands already impressive dynamic to a higher peak! I also noted that the throaty vocals that had put me off in the first song become slightly less throaty and make much more sense with their sound as the album progresses!

This band have definitely got their boots firmly planted in the post punk arena, whilst a lot of bands/artists with a long history in punk seem to be leaning more to a post punk influence and sound  particularly when forming new bands (Tau Cross for example) these guys are going the full hog here but this isn't retro leaning or boring old rehash these guys have taken the sound and made something entirely their own of it it wears it's Killing Joke influence very clearly but doesn't just straight up rip off that sound it's more just a feel i get from the music this sounds fresh and vital not like some lost relic from the 80's.

What i like about this band is the sense of drama they create within the music "We Who Walk With God" & "Black Fire" being good examples of this But they also have songs that burst with the youthful energy that attracted us all to punk in the first place like the 3 & 1/2 minute "Your God Is Dead" and the slightly longer "Ressurected" which just bursts out of your speakers!!! but never forsaking the dramatic keyboard sweeps or pounding drums that are crucial to the sound for the sake of sheer velocity, and the combination of elements within their sound manages to convey the anger of youthful punk influence with the restraint that comes with a whole lot of life experience!

This album is a fantastic listen it's at once a kinda familiar and comfortable listen because it's sound does have it's foundation in a genre that is a good 40 years down the line now but on repeated listens  there's so many surprises and unexpected twists and turns and plenty of variety in the song writing it's not just one song after another of a similar theme it continues to keep your attention from track to track and is definitely forward thinking despite it's vintage influence.

If there's one drawback to this album it's that because they aren't teenagers and their sound does in part pull from older bands it's likely that the appeal of this band might be limited to older heads like myself who have been thrilled by the likes of the aforementioned Tau Cross and the recently resurrected Antisect (though it would seem i am pretty much alone in liking "Rising Of The Lights") If that's your sort of thing and it is mine then you will absolutely love this album but I can't help but think that the songs are so well written, memorable, dramatic and dynamic and dare i say in some cases downright  danceable ("Rising" definitely had me wanting to boogie!) I can't help but think the younger kids who live for their vast array of sub-genres and worship stuff with similar influences made by black clad bands barely in their 20's would most likely love this album! I hope with this review and the help of others giving them a push that this album could break to an audience of people under 40.

The album is out on John Robb's Louder than War records on CD & limited Vinyl tomorrow (Fri 3rd of August) I shall furnish you with all the links you need below. here's hoping Robb's seal of approval gets this band out to a wider audience as I had never heard of them till they contacted me and I am gutted they are on their 2nd album before i did! A proper good surprise a fantastically crafted album and will most definitely have me going back for more!

here's a little teaser for you....


Band Website - HERE (links to their various social media here too)

Facebook - HERE

Website/Mail Order - HERE

Facebook - HERE

Saturday, 28 April 2018



Aphex Twin is an artist that seems to unite everyone, I know many people who live and die for their specific genres of music be it metal,punk,rock,indie etc that can't help but love a bit of Aphex Twin and he inspires slavish devotion from his fans in fact my Soundcloud Playlists post (see that HERE) is one of the most visited and most downloaded on this blog! His back catlog is both vast and confusing here is a man who gave away near 3GB of music on soundcloud and claims to be barely scratching the surface of his archives! The man is a true maverick and i think that along with his stellar music is what makes him appeal to so many people despite creating some of the most angular and "difficult" electronic music around.

I see no point in going into his long history because it's been done many times before and to be honest while I wouldn't consider myself an expert I think i know enough about him but i think you'd be better off doing your own research I would assume if you're here at this post you are already a fan? I'm simply here to provide some music for you.

In the Aphex Soundcloud post I linked you to above I offered access to my full Aphex Twin files (6GB worth excluding the already uploaded soundcloud playlists) and despite the original post being years old, no one took me up on it but I did however receive a couple of comments in the last month asking for lists and one reader made some requests so I decided to start this mammoth task Right now!

So whats on offer then? OK There's no way to gauge a true Aphex Discography if you have seen the list of his various pseudonyms and projects it's beyond ridiculous but this for me is pretty much a Discography but it seems that this mammoth task I built this up to be was not the mammoth task i thought it would be as when i went back to the files to see what was left to upload i realised that it was actually less than I had already uploaded! So I have added the last of the links while the title of this post is APHEX TWIN DISCOGRAPHY no one other than Richard D James knows what the complete Discography is and i have missed out all of his early rave stuff that was done under names such as power pill etc as it doesn't really move me and there's a lot of it! So i have added the remaining links now and below you will find everything I have by Aphex Twin! here's what's in your links

"I Care Because You Do" (2017 reissue 20 tracks)"Syro", "Selected Ambient Works '85 - 92" ,"Selected Ambient Works II" (2017 Reissue which has the fabled "track 19" that was only available on the original cassette and Vinyl versions of "SAW II" reinstated, plus a bonus track) , Aphex Twin EP's (Contains "Come To Daddy" EP  8 tracks, the "Girl/Boy" EP & All tracks from the various versions of "Windowlicker" this is the first volume of "EP's" I will add more packs of EP's as the post expands) Caustic Window Discography (Contains the original Caustic Window Compilation and also the Unreleased Caustic Window album that was recorded in 1994 and released in 2014 digitally by RDJ) Polygon Window Discography (Contains the "Surfing On Sine Waves" album the "Quoth" EP and the "Portreath Harbour" 12") Those were the reader requests along with these I have also uploaded the following... AFX : Analord Series of 12" singles includes all 11 of those 12" singles plus, as all those are from vinyl rips I put the "Chosen Lords" compilation CD in there as well which features 10 tracks from the series chosen by Aphex Twin all in one handy pack, Peel Sessions 1 & 2 (never officially released), Analogue Bubblebath 1- 5 (Includes the Different Vinyl & CD Versions of AB 3 and also the rare Analogue Bubblebath 3.1) So not to confuse here but there are a further 2 "Packs" of EP's , EP's Pt. 1 which contains "Donkey Rhubarb", "Hangable Auto Bulb" 1 & 2, "On" (EP & Remixes EP) & "Ventolin" (EP & Remixes EP). EP's Pt.2 which Contains Later EP's "Cheetah", "Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments" , "MARCHROMT30a edit 2b 96" EP "Orphaned Deejay Selek 2006 - 2008" & "Orphans". Odds & Sods is a pack containing some Digital only Aphex Twin releases and other EP's including "2 Remixes by AFX", "2 Tran 1" "Korg Trax & Tunings For Falling Asleep" "AFX & LFO" Split EP "Modular Trax" & the "Smojphace" EP. The Tuss Discography Richard James side Project from 2006/7 which Includes The "Confederate Trough" EP "Rushup Edge" album and the "Rushup Edge" 2017 reissue with 7 bonus tracks!!!! "26 Mixes For Cash" (comp of 26 Aphex Twin remixes) "Drukqs" , Early EP's ("Xylem Tube" EP & "Digeridoo" EP"Melodies From Mars" (An unreleased Aphex album from 1995 that was bootlegged heavily) "51:13 Singles Collection" (Japanese comp of singles feat alternative edits and versions of tracks from "Donkey Rhubard" "On" & "Ventolin") "Richard D. James" (expanded digital reissue with the "Girl/Boy" EP as bonus tracks) and lastly Other Projects which has The "Gak" EP , Mike & Rich "Expert Knob Twiddlers" "Mescalinum United" EP and Universal Indicator Discography ("Red" 12" "Blue" 12" and "Green" album) I have also moved the links for his recent releases from the Soundcloud playlists page to here so additional extras Houston, TX 12.17.16 12" , London 03.06.17 12" Aphex Mt. Fuji 2017 Cassette

So there you go Folks if this plus the 3GB of soundcloud stuff isn't enough then bloody well go find whats missing yourself ha ha!!! Some of these Packs are pretty big but if you only want one thing from a pack then sorry i did not want to list every single release separately but you can still get whatever you want by downloading the "packs" and i have utterly crap broadband speed and the biggest of these packs would still only take me around 20 mins to download. I'm sorry for the lack of in depth blurb but how the hell do you go about charting the complex history of an insane genius? His story is filled with rumour, legend and myth Many have tried  but I don't think anyone will ever get to the true heart of Aphex Twin and that's fine with me there's not enough mystique in music anymore and I personally like to imagine Richard D. James perpetually locked away in a room buried under a stack of unfathomable knobs and wires continuing to create the most distinctive and appealing electronic music of our time!

Here's your links.. Go NUTS & ENJOY.


Selected Ambient Works 85 - 92Mediafire


Polygon WindowMediafire

I Care Because You Do (Expanded Reissue)Mediafire

Selected Ambient Works II (Expanded Reissue)Mediafire

Caustic WindowMediafire

Analord EP's 1 - 11 & Chosen Lords CDMediafire

Peel Sessions 1 & 2Mediafire

Analogue Bubblebath 1-5 Mediafire

EP's Pt. 1Mediafire

EP's Pt. 2Mediafire

Odds N SodsMediafire

The Tuss DiscographyMediafire

Early EP's

Richard D. James (Expanded Digital Issue)Mediafire

Melodies From MarsMediafire

51:13 Singles CollectionMediafire


26 Mixes For CashMediafire

Other ProjectsMediafire

Houston, TX 12.17.16 12" - Mediafire

London 03.06.17 12" - Mediafire

Aphex Mt. Fuji 2017 Cassette - Mediafire

Monday, 19 February 2018


UPDATE Feb 2018 

As readers of this blog will know I'm nothing if not OCD so I have updated this post quite a few times for you lovely readers but every time I share it on my facebook page I get comments and messages (and comments here on the blog) saying "you missed this remix" or something along those lines so as this sets my OCD senses twitching I have decided to update this post a 4th? 5th? time who knows? So If you have been to this post already then scroll down to where it says UPDATE in green OK? Enjoy

Ok folks well LONG time NO POSTS I decided this one needed a serious Updating so I have taken the original post here and edited the text it as I have spent the best part of a whole day finding compiling and sorting what, according to Discogs, is a complete collection of Justin Broadrick's remix work in his various guises! Anyone who follows this blog will no I am nothing if not obsessive so here I present you with a massively expanded version of my original post from 2014....

Justin Broadrick is a man who's career I have followed for a long time from my first hearing of his guitar work on the A side of Napalm Death's "Scum" through the stunning work of Godflesh to his more contemporary projects such as Jesu and Pale Sketcher I've been a fan for a long time, he has been nothing if not prolific with around 20 projects and collaborations over the years not including his own "main" bands but it would seem that his love of restructuring his own music as well as his restructuring others music has largely gone unnoticed.
I decided in 2014 that this was something that needed rectifying and here now in 2017 I figured I wanted the whole story so why not share it with you readers!

So just to be on the safe side i am not going to claim this collection of remixes to be 100% complete but according to my research this is all that i can find any information on and at a mighty 63 tracks, 918 MB and 7 hours of music I think if I've missed anything considering i spent a total of around 8 or 9 hrs researching, downloading, tagging and compiling these in as near as possible chronological order ... well... if you're gonna complain that something unbelievably obscure I have missed  isn't there...well.. I've said this many times before..GO START YOUR OWN DAMN BLOG!!!!

I have omitted most of his remixes of his own work due to the fact that there are in some cases whole albums of his own material remixed, however I've had to pay for a few of the tracks or in rare cases had to buy the physical release to get the JKB mix! And there are some cases where i felt a JKB mix of one of his own projects was worth having in this collection in other cases like the near 30 mins worth that is the 2 remixes of Godflesh's "Crush My Soul" that maybe it was a bit much and the EP's containing those remixes are easy and cheap to find.You will find this a varied and eclectic selection of bands and sounds as I have said I've arranged it in chronological order  from his first steps into remixing, the Biomechanical Mixes for Pantera & Mark Of Cain in the 90's to the latest remix for Mortiis that's only a few weeks old!

The mixes on display here range from epic length to the achingly beautiful and to the crushingly heavy and sometimes all of that in one mix!!! But I've listened to this collection many times and it has never ceased to impress me although many of the bands on here that JKB has remixed may be familiar to readers of this blog (Isis, Killing Joke) some of them are so damned obscure it was a serious mission to source them (Iroha?? Deathless??) but the one thing they have in common is regardless of the source material there's no denying who has constructed the versions presented here. Below is a list of what is in each of the 3 packs they are a hefty size but even with the lamest of internet connections you should be able to download each file in around 10 - 15 mins so you can pick and choose which parts you download if you want to. So here's your track list...


1: Pantera : Fucking Hostile (Biomechanical Mix)
2: Pantera : By Demons Be Driven (Biomechanical Mix)
3: The Lemonheads : Style (Godflesh Style)
4: Deathless : Inexstasis (JK Broadrick remix)
5: Godflesh V's Justin Broadrick : Wake (from Hellspawn Comp)
6: Mark Of Cain : You Let Me Down (Biomechanical Mix)
7: Mark Of Cain : Pointman (Unclean Mix)
8: Pigface : Burundi (Overload Mix)
9: David Kristian : Cookies (Justin K. Broadrick Remix)
10: Quoit : Plug 8 (Cylon Remix) (Cylon is a JKB alias)
11: Isis : Celestial (Signal Fills the Void) (Mix By JK Broadrick)
12: Isis : Hym (Justin Broadrick Remix)
13: Pelican : Angel Tears (JK Broadrick Remix)
14: Earth : Harvey (Justin Broadrick)
15: 5ive : Soma Remix By JK Broadrick (Stage 1)
16: 5ive : Soma Remix By JK Broadrick (Stage 1)
17: Agoraphobic Nosebleed : Untitled (Flesh Of Jesu Mix)
18: Knut : H/armless (JK Broadrick)
19: Maninkari : Particpation Mystic (Remix By Jesu)
20: Explosions In The Sky : The Birth And Death Of The Day (Jesu Mix)
21: Genghis Tron : Colony Collapse (Justin K Broadrick Remix)
22: The Pyramids : The Echo Of Something Lovely (Jesu Remix)


1: Fog : I Have Been Wronged (Jesu Remix)
2: Lustmord : Dub Awakening (Justin K Broadrick Remix) (From Transmuted)
3: School Of Seven Bells : Face To Face On High Places (Jesu Remix)
4: Constants : Those Who Came Before Pt.I (Justin K Broadrick Remix)
5: Bear In Heaven : Dust Cloud (Justin K. Broadrick Remix)
6: Majeure : Teleforce (Justin K Broadrick Remix)
7: Killing Joke : European Super State (Justin Broadrick Remix)
8: Circle Of Animals : Invisible War (Justin K Broadrick Remix)
9: Blood Of Heroes : Remain (Justin K Broadrick Remix)
10: Iroha : Last Day Of Summer (Jesu Remix)
11: Extra Life : Made Flesh (Justin K. Broadrick Remix)
12: Ceremony : It's Too Late (Justin K Broadrick)
13: My Disco : All I Can Do (Justin K Broadrick's Warmer Remix)
14: My Disco : All I Can Do (Justin K Broadrick's Heavier Remix)
15: Mogwai : George SquareThatcher Death Party (Justin K Broadrick Reshape)
16: Vidna Obmana : Out From The Garden Reminded (Jesu Remix)
17: Challenger : Life In The Paint (Justin K Broadrick Remix)
18: Miracle : Good Love.(Pale Sketcher Remake).
19: Lustmord :Dub Awakening (Justin K Broadrick Remix) (From Other Dub)
20: Cult Of Luna : Vicarious Redemption (Remix By Justin K. Broadrick)
21: Violetshaped : cX310 (JK Flesh Reshape)


1: Empty Flowers : Car Fires (Justin K Broadrick Remix)
2: Dirk Serries : There s A Light In Vein (Justin Broadrick Remix)
3: Endon : Etude For Lynching by Family (Justin K. Broadrick Remix)
4: Pale Horseman : Fork In The Road (Justin K. Broadrick Remix)
5: RA : Paz Podre (JK Flesh Remix)
6: Amantra : Rituals (Justin K Broadrick Remix)
7: Coliseum : White Magic Punks - Sorcerer Remix  (JK.Broadrick Remix)
8: Atlanta Industrial Sector : Immanence (Justin K. Broadrick 'Destroyed Version')
9: Solypsis : Unperfect.(Justin K.Broadrick Reshape)
10: Invertia : The Sidewinding (Justin K Broadrick Remix)
11: La Fin Absolute du Monde : Black Sheep (Justin K. Broadrick Remix)
12: Pelican : The Cliff (Justin Broadrick Remix)
13: AnD : Non Sky Signal Noise (JK Flesh Reshape)
14: Nicholas Godin : Widerstehe Doch Der Sünde  (Justin K. Broadrick Remix)
15: The View Elictrical : Treasures (Justin K Broadrick Remix)
16: Frank Rosaly : Malo III (Justin K Broadrick Remix)
17: The Bug V.s Earth : Dog (feat. JK Flesh)
18: The Bug V.s Earth : Pray (feat. JK Flesh)
19: Drug Honkey : Pool of Failure (JKB Remix)
20: Mortiis : The Great Leap (Godflesh Extended Version)

So there you go a finer collection of his remix work you are unlikely to find

I cannot suggest strongly enough that even if you own some of these that you download ALL 3 parts of the remixes and listen to it as a whole as to my mind as a collection it's a staggering musical journey for even the most casual Jesu, Godflesh, JKB fan especially as I have done this chronologically it's great to see how he progresses from the early mixes of metal bands into more experimental territory Even if you were to put it on in the background whilst doing something I can assure you that much, if not all of this work will still grab your attention. It has all been sourced from the best quality i can find and though not all clocking in at 320kbps there's nothing lower than 192kbps and certainly there is NO lack of quality throughout.For the uninitiated this is probably not the best place to start with JKB's work but if you are a fan of his various musical projects but are unfamiliar with his remix work then this would be a mindblowing experience for you I'm hoping that some of the readers who come across this post will be fans of Justin's work and if not will maybe take my wholehearted recommendation as an indication that this is a post well worth you precious music listening time.

Well that's it for now just leaves me to give you your links I hope some people will come across this and appreciate the work that went into this as I am a big fan of Justin's work and this was a labour of love for my own personal collection and enjoyment and something I have not seen elsewhere on anyone else's blog at least nowhere near as expansive as this collection... ENJOY!

JKBRMXI - Mediafire

JKBRMXII - Mediafire

JKBRMXIII - Mediafire

Ok so here we go again after much research and a little friendly help I have compiled a FOURTH volume of this remix series As i said in my updated intro I kept getting people telling me this remix or that version was missing so i went ahead and started compiling them for myself and for sharing with you lucky people. I originally did this series in chronological order as best i could however this 4th volume contains remixes going back to the 90's as well as the most recent remixes (up to September 2017) So this section is entitled "Remixes 2017 & Supplemental" So here's what is in it...

1: These Hidden Hands : Dendera Light (JK Flesh Remix)

2: Isaurian : Hologram (Jesu Remix)

3: Jack Colwell : Beneather (Jesu Remix)
4: Survive : Other (Justin K Broadrick As JK Flesh Remix)
5: Health : Men Today (JK Flesh Remix)
6: Multiple Mono : False Prophet (Pale Sketcher Remix)
7: Final : Inanimate Air (JK Flesh Remix)
8: Vidna Obmana : Out From The Garden Reminded (Final Remix)
9: Controlled Bleeding : Swarm (Justin K Broadrick Remix)
10: JK Flesh : JK Flesh Merges Prurient I
11: JK Flesh : JK Flesh Merges Prurient II
12: The Membranes : 21st Century Man (Godflesh Remix)
13: Cloaks : Rust On Metal (JK Flesh Remix)
14: David Christian : Cookies (Justin K Broadrick Remix)
15: Dirk Serries : There's A Light In Vein (JKB Remix)
16: Invertia : 16 The Sidewinding (Justin K Broadrick Remix)
17: Murder Inc. : Last Of the Biomechanical Urgents  (Justin Broadrick Remix)
18: Necessary Intergalactic Cooperation : Big Smoke Dub (JK Flesh Remix)
19: Necessary Intergalactic Cooperation : Materialismo (Jesu Remix)
20: Necessary Intergalactic Cooperation : Say U Sick (JK Flesh Remix)
21: Necessary : Insist On Racial Name Calling (JK Flesh Remix)
22: Necessary : IORNC (Pale Sketcher Remix)
23: Yakuza : The Blinding (Justin K Broadrick Remix)
24: Submerged : Dead (Feat. Justin Broadrick)
25: School Of Seven Bells : Face To Face On High Places (Jesu Remix Instrumental)

Maybe not as meticulously compiled as the first 3 volumes especially with the 5 N.I.C./Necessary tracks in a row but it's free right?? If that further 2 & A HALF HOURS + of remixes isn't enough I had previously posted The Dirk Serries & Steven Wilson : "The Continuum Recyclings" (More Info HERE ) where Justin Reworks a whole album's worth (around 70 mins) of material from their Continnum Series and also Khost : Needles In The Ground (Deconstructed & Reconstructed By Godflesh) EP (More Info HERE ) where Justin tackles 3 tracks by Khost in Godflesh mode however my original upload I am told had corruptions in the Dirk Serries material making them unplayable so i had removed it but I have downloaded it again and checked and this time the files are corruption free and you will find both discs in there both the Dirk Serries & Steven Wilson Original & The JKB remixes so I have re-upped those as well

So Here's your links i feel there's no need for further blurb if you are a JKB fan you want these if you're not move along nothing to see here

Remixes 2017 & Supplemental - Mediafire

Dirk Serries & Steven Wilson & Khost - Mediafire

I am sure something else will come up having me come back to this post again and again he's certainly a prolific artist but in the meantime enjoy the updates.

(For some reason no matter what I do the new part of this post keeps appearing in red it's not meant to be red but you can read it ok i guess? sorry folks technical difficulties!!!)

Sunday, 22 October 2017

user48736353001 The Aphex Twin Soundcloud Playlists UPDATED

UPDATE - This post has been expanded if you have been here already as per usual scroll down to where it says UPDATE in green for the new stuff... ENJOY

So I have never made my love of ALL kinds of music a secret however I have mostly avoided putting up any electronic music as generally even with the most open minded of music fans IDM (Intelligent Dance Music) can be an opinion divider, it seems beats and bleeps are not everyone's cup of tea, however one electronic artist who seems to crossover into most open minded music fans collection is Aphex Twin someone I have been a fan of since about 1992.

Richard D James is what you might call a classic British eccentric and unless you have been living under a rock since the early 90's and the fact that his music has been used for advertising and many other media I can't see how you could not be aware of his music or his activities! So I feel there is no point in me delving into his history here you can find a million better articles on Richard/Aphex Twin with a quick google search should you wish to do so...

So Aphex Twin has been making music under various guises since about 1985 (tho did not release anything till the early 90's) and has been nothing short of prolific over the years tho he recently put out a slew of releases in the last 6 months he had been fairly quiet since his "Analord" series of 12 Inches ended in 2005 however as some people may or may not be aware a Soundcloud account was started under the name user48736353001 This person claimed to be a friend of Richard D James and claimed to have been making electronic music around the same time that was heavily influenced by Aphex Twin's output and began uploading quite a lot of tracks to Soundcloud eventually it became clear and was finally confirmed that user48736353001 was none other than Richard D James himself. The account was closed shortly thereafter and all the archive material gone (He now has 2 other soundcloud accounts with bits and bobs on but that's down to you the reader to go check out!!!)

Now people who are a fan of Aphex Twin will know that Richard D James has often said he has a VAST archive of unreleased material, it would seem that he has compiled greatly more unreleased material than what has actually been released so he began to upload big chunks of this archive material to soundcloud. Now this is no well kept secret here and I came to this whole Soundcloud thing late however I checked it out and found that the vast amount of stuff on there was too intimidating for me firstly I hate streaming and then I thought what should I listen to first? what will  he delete? etc etc so i had a look thought "Pretty cool" and left it at that and kinda forgot about it! Because I was late getting to it there was just too much stuff to go through.

However a few days ago I was looking for something else and i came across a 2.5GB download entitled "user48736353001 the soundcloud playlists" the user name rung a bell and I realized this was a download of everything that Aphex Twin had uploaded to Soundcloud on that account so I thought why the hell not so I downloaded it and kinda regretted it immediately what I was confronted with was a huge messy playlist with 207 tracks all in one long list however it was numbered 1 - 6 so i took that to be playlists uploaded at different times so I broke it into 6 slightly more manageable chunks retagged it all sorted it out into a more easily digestable format and that's what I present to you here.

Now I did some research and I will say that these tracks are no secret there are links on several well known internet pages to downloads of this stuff however when i did my research I found most of the links to be dead so I decided I would put up my "version" of these infamous tracks for you readers!

OK so onto the music firstly these are huge files the smallest being 138mb the largest around 450mb!!! the bitrates vary from 128kbps to 320kbps and the total playing time of all 6 parts is a mighty 17 hrs the tracks are taken from all eras of Aphex Twin from before he released any music to bang up to date however I have no idea which is which and he hasn't said either but if you are familiar with Aphex Twin then you will know his sound is completely unique and whilst always progressing his music forward he has also remained consistent again it's a case of when you hear Aphex Twin you know it can only BE Aphex Twin and no one else. I cannot claim to have listened to all of this music (yet) but from what I have listened to sounds as good and in some cases better than his released music. Whilst I am sure someone will either officially or unofficially release some sort of box set or something in the mean time i present you with 207 tracks 17 hrs of unreleased Aphex Twin material comprising demos,remixes some live stuff and just general Aphex Twin madness.

So before your links I want to mention something else Aphex Twin is probably best known for his 2 most popular albums "Selected Ambient Works" 1 & 2 when i downloaded the file originally as well as the playlists I've already mentioned there was another folder entitled "Selected Ambient Works 1.5" now I don't know anything about this why it is entitled that as i said i was late to the party with the whole user48736353001 thing however reading between the lines it would seem this folder contained tracks that were intended for the "Selected Ambient Works" series but never used now I have not uploaded this here because it turned out ALL the tracks in the Selected Ambient Works 1.5 folder were actually in the other 6 playlists anyway but just for fun here is the track list and in which playlist you can find them and you can make it up yourself as this seems like too precise a selection from 207 tracks to have not been put together by Aphex Twin himself ....

"Selected Ambient Works 1.5"

1: Sams Car (Playlist 1 track 22)
2: AFX Orig Theme (Playlist 1 track 18)
3: Red Alert (Playlist 1 Track 16)
4: Suzanne (Playlist 1 track 5)
5: Dance And Play (Playlist 3 Track 13)
6: Nova Robotiks (Playlist 3 Track 18)
7: 21 Forgotten T (Playlist 4 Track 1)
8: Lannerlog (Playlist 5 Track 6)
9: Bimbongo (Playlist 1 Track 6)
10: Symbonsad (Playlist 1 track 14)
11: Original Chaos Riff ( Playlist 1 track 2)

And below is the cover that appeared in my media player (tho it would appear there was a different picture for each track)....

So there you go you can D.I.Y. as i felt it would be stupid to give you 11 repeat tracks on top of the 207!!!

Right so below you will find links to the 6 playlists i would suggest downloading them all if you have the space because there are some stunning alternate version/different takes on some of his most well known work as well as a goldmine of unheard stuff and i for one have enjoyed everything I have listened to so far it may seem like an awful lot of music by one artist and I have not listened to it all myself yet but broken down into 6 chunks as I have done here even though they are far from bite size means you can dip in whenever you like rather than try to digest 17 hrs of music in one sitting.

Aphex Twin whether because of his eccentricities or the sheer originality of his amazing music is by far the most popular IDM/Electronic music artist around and the one who has had the longest career within that genre the albums he has released have all been real masterpieces of the style and the quality of the Vast amount of unreleased material here (and these 207 tracks are apparently a mere glimpse into his archive) shows that there's a good reason why he is that popular.
Here's your links Enjoy......

(Please note there was a TON of artwork for all these playlists there is a folder entitled Artwork that includes all the art plus the above cover (which i used for all 6 parts) plus all the individual pictures for various tracks this folder is included in Playlist 1 OK)

Part 1 - Mediafire

Part 2 - Mediafire

Part 3 - Mediafire

Part 4 - Mediafire

Part 5 - Mediafire

Part 6 - Mediafire

Not Included in the artwork are some notes from a Solid Steel Radio Show Mix that was done by DJ Food here it is if you save then open it in a picture viewer you can read some notes about this music by someone who was actually there at the time (The DJ FOOD mix is not enclosed on this post)....

Also you can find a full breakdown and all the information you could need on these tracks HERE

I was chatting with a friend on Facebook about these soundcloud playlists and he was kind enough to contact me with a link on which he said had a ton more of the 
user48736353001 tracks and the user18081971 tracks (the second Aphex Twin soundcloud account after he closed the first one)  so I went to have a look and there it was 280 tracks (my original set here was 207 Tracks) I originally thought it was a FURTHER 280 tracks on top of the 207 I had already posted here So I downloaded the lot even though in the back of my mind I was thinking "Really am i ever gonna listen to another 280 tracks of AT when I have barely digested half of the 207 I had as well as all the other AT stuff?" Plus it was such a hefty task sorting out the first 207 I was thinking i wasn't really up for another massive editing session but lo and behold it turned out that it was actually mostly what I already had but there were 73 further tracks that were not in my original download and also VERY luckily the order of the download was exactly the same as my original download and the 73 tracks were mainly on the end of the list!!! So it was still a mission to sort & tag these 73 tracks but not so much of a mission as i had first expected it would be! So I took the 73 tracks split them into 2 parts and without any further ado here you have the soundcloud playlists part 7 & 8 a further 73 tracks & 5 hours of  UNRELEASED Aphex Insanity....

Part 7Mediafire

Part 8Mediafire

If you want to have a look for yourself or prefer to download this Aphex Archive from there here's where i got these extra 73 tracks from, but it does have all 280 tracks available in one massive rar file if it makes it better for you to have them that way it's here..

So there you go folks a LOT of Aphex goodness in this post here for you!! sorry I haven't given much information but trying to figure out what's going on in Richard D. James's head?? Well you might as well tackle the large Hadron Collider or try to cure cancer it's exactly his insane style and his mysterious approach that endears us all to him and has like minded people seeking out posts like this one! there are literally hundreds of thousands of articles, interviews and archives on Aphex Twin online and if like me you are curious you can go seek them out I just don't have the space on here or the time to copy and paste or write a history! Love him or loathe him I'm just giving you the music whether you choose to investigate is entirely down to you! Hope you enjoy the updates.

Wednesday, 28 June 2017


I have been wanting to do a post on this for a while but I have tried to get other people to review us but no one wanted to sadly so let's begin...

Abominate are a Merseyside UK based band who began life as S.O.Y.G. (Spit On Your Grave) in late 2016 influenced by Old Death & Thrash and Some Hardcore They were rehearsing as a 3 piece and looking for a vocalist as 2 of them were friends of mine I said i would be up for trying out I went down for a rehearsal and it worked out so well I was asked to stay, when i joined I brought more Old School Death Metal and Thrash Metal influence into the band which was much to the guitarist (and main songwriter) joy and it was decided the name S.O.Y.G. no longer suited the direction of the band thus Aböminate were born! (The umlauts over the "o" were the bassists idea)

Line Up November 2016 - May 2017

H - Guitar
Rob - Bass
Stu Harris (Ex Devoid) - Drums
Me (Dave) - Vocals

The songs were coming together quickly so by April 2017 we were more than ready to do a recording and we entered the studio and did an, albeit short, 3 track demo this was originally available on CD with cover and lyric sheet free of charge but after giving away 100 of them it was decided that was the end of physical copies!!! The demo is available free at bandcamp see the links below

We were invited to play on a bill last month at a local venue and we managed to sell the venue out as the opening band and we played a set we were very happy with and we went down really well, so things are going pretty good however due to what we will call Personal and musical differences we parted ways with Rob - bass and we are currently seeking a new bass player and are very close to filling the slot so a few things have changed some parts of songs have been changed or dropped and the umlauts over the "o" of abominate have been removed!!! Here you can check out our full live set in good quality both picture and sound (tho bear in mind it was a small local venue so sound wasn't amazing and it was filmed with one camera NOT a phone)


That pretty much brings us up to date I can't go into too much description here because I think it would not be right to review my own band but you can download our demo below and judge for yourself I will say that even though it's only been 2 months I personally am only still very happy with the 3rd track "Pathogens". Opening track "Idolatry" has had a re-write as we were all unhappy with the middle part but for a first demo it's got a great sound it's heavy as FUCK and the drumming is astounding!!! If you like Old School death and Thrash metal with a touch of Hardcore then this is something you will enjoy.

If you like the music then go like our facebook page and please share around and spread the word we are not even a year old so we really need the support! WE will be recording a second demo/EP in the next 8-10 weeks so keep you're ears peeled for that as it is gonna DESTROY the first demo!

Thanks readers here's your links....

Abominate Demo on Bandcamp (FREE)HERE

Facebook pageHERE

Abominate Demo from mediafireHERE

Abominate demo on youtubeHERE

So it doesn't end there our Good friend Steve Hargraves of the bands Ballpein & Monstrance as well as making the t-shirt design you see at the top of the page here,he also put together a promo video for our demo song "Pathogens" and here it is...

Thanks for reading my shameless self promotion and hope you enjoy our music


Dave B.


I know soulseek is one of the oldest platforms on the internet for sharing music however I have only recently, in around the last 2 months, been introduced to it i had always avoided soulseek as i was a bit, if I am being honest, "intimidated" by this peer to peer program. However I have now got onto it and I have to say it's an utter goldmine of stuff almost everything I can't find through google I have found in soulseek! If you are a user then you know how it works but for the uninitiated you can only download things from a person when they are online and have the soulseek program open! Now I was happily downloading when i kept getting messages popping up saying variations on "You are not sharing please share something before downloading" anyway because of this i decided to take the plunge and share i thought it would be a pain in the arse but turned out it was VERY easy!

So my point in telling you this? well I have pretty much shared about 3/4 (800 TB!!!!!) of my music collection on soulseek so if you are a user or you are interested (which i think you would be) then you can look me up on there my user name is


I am online most days from morning (7 or 8 am) to early afternoon (around the 1pm mark) GMT (I am based in the UK) so if you fancy browsing a HUGE chunk of the music collection of the person who runs this blog then that's where you will find it! If you are not already a user then I would strongly suggest you download the soulseek program and get started i was astounded by the vast array of amazing and obscure stuff that's on there! Also if you are taking from my collection i will not block or prevent you in any way even if you are just taking music and not sharing it's all there for you to help yourself and enjoy!!!


Dave B.

Friday, 16 June 2017


Sonance are a band I have been following for a while some of you may remember I already did a post on these guys however since that post they have released a few more records and I thought it was time to do an updated post on them. I decided that I was fairly happy with my original post so instead of doing a whole new post i decided to edit that one and continue as this post is from before the days of shorter write ups more music some of you may find this a bit expansive but i remember a bit of intense listening went into that post so I decided it was worth keeping.... (Note : If you have been to this post before then you can Scroll down to where it says UPDATE in green but if you haven't i would say you should read my write up of their debut album in order to understand what this band sound like) So let's begin

In 2014 I went to the first Temples Festival in Bristol it was a 3 day event and I went for the 2nd day only, which was basically the Post Metal/Crust day it's a long story for another time but I did not enjoy it really, overcrowded etc, I did catch some great sets but not half as many as i wanted to.The Fest started at 1pm and we travelled 3 hrs down the motorway to get there I had a list of bands I wanted to see and check out but this here band were not on my pre-show list that was until i got into the car!!! Our designated driver Mark was playing lots of GREAT music in the car but one particular band he played really grabbed my attention, I asked who they were and he said Sonance! Add another to the list then cos I REALLY liked what I heard on the stereo.

Sonance Hail from Bristol and from what I can gather have been together since around 2011 and released their stunning debut album "Like Ghosts" in 2012 and whilst this debut only has 2 tracks on it however these clock in at a mighty 22 mins and 18 minutes respectively there's no titles given just SIDE A & SIDE B so I assume that maybe these are 2 parts of a whole? They are however quite different.

Side A is an absolute sonic monster, opening with something that sounds like gentle violin it's a mere few seconds before you are crushed by a wall of guitar/noise/drums and vocals which is an intense and punishing assault of the type you'd expect to find on the heaviest of early SWANS or the peaks of songs from "Through Silver/Times Of Grace" era Neurosis, it's almost violent in it's sheer bludgeoning, however it breaks down into gentle strumming with a lighter touch quite quickly before you even realize you just had your head caved in and the record has only been on for about a minute and a half! There's so much to be had from this A side track i could break it down minute by minute but instead of boring you too much i will say that these guys are some very decent musicians with a grasp of dynamics that is often missing from many bands trying to do this post rock/post metal etc type music, there's Crushingly heavy parts tempered with some very well done guitar effects in the quieter moments that are highly reminiscent of Godspeed You Black Emperor and are also a truly beautiful listen. The song has quite a few peaks and troughs but for my money after the aforementioned quieter part the song begins to build again and when the heavy guitars kick back in  they use a brilliantly beautiful riff that is as heavy and overwhelming as well as discordant and just achingly gorgeous! The vocals are also used as almost another instrument varying from quietly whispered to kinda shouted to just downright deep growling and anguished howls! The song ends as it began in a sheer avalanche of bottom end guitar noise and is left to fade out leaving me at least utterly stunned and wondering what the fuck just happened!

Side B is maybe quite unexpected considering the heavier parts of the A Side the majority of the song being built around various layers of guitar sounds,effects and techniques that produce a stunningly nice "drone" which puts me right in mind of someone like Stars Of The Lid. I think, but i couldn't say for definite that there's a bit of guitar bowing going on there as well, this gentle passage is left to fade quietly into what sounds like some field recording/found sounds which i originally thought was the sound of horses but upon repeated listening I'm not sure what it is, But it does add quite an eerie atmosphere to the track,this fades out to almost a silence before the heavy stuff comes in again, and again it's a bit like the first heavy part of the A side where it's almost oppressively heavy but this is again brief and breaks down to more post rock type instrumental passage before building again however they have used a neat little trick where the guitars whilst still heavy and twisted break into a quieter squall of noise and put the vocals to the forefront and the drummer starts pounding the toms like they are building to another crescendo and just as you think fuck this is intense, then all of a sudden it's over BOOM just like that! However it's a FAR from disappointing end to the journey!

Sonance were the big surprise of Temples Festival for me as my group all went into Bristol seeking food as a few of our party were not impressed by the Veggie/vegan caterers pulling out of the event at the last minute and even though I'm not Veggie the foul smelling meat products on sale were not in  the least appealing! However i made everyone fucking swear we would be back to the fest in time to catch Sonance and we were and they played a phenomenal set!

This album though only containing 2 tracks albeit lengthy ones pack more into near 40 mins of music than many bands manage over double albums these guys have obviously done their homework and whilst would most definitely fall into the "heavy" spectrum of music they display a vast array of influences and are not afraid to take ideas that are not always part of this kind of music and run with them, this makes their album a refreshing, surprising and utterly destroying musical journey and I am so glad that Mark played them in the car because otherwise i'd still be blissfully unaware of them and would probably been supping pints in a Bristol pub whilst theses guys played! Also I would never have been here doing this write up and sharing this astounding music with you.


So this "to be updated" post has been languishing in the vault for quite some time and Sonance have had no less than 5 further releases since I decided this post needed updating,and the newest of those was nearly a year ago however I have given you a fairly in depth review of their first album which i feel captures the core elements of their sound not that they have not progressed in the 3 years since the original post but i feel to go as in depth with the rest of their releases would be a bit boring so I'm gonna try to keep the updates here shorter so let's Catch up....

Just after I did this post and published it in 2014 Sonance released their 2nd album "Blackflower" I had intended on updating this post then but as with my usual slackness it fell by the wayside I was initially not as impressed by this album and it took me a while to get into it however the rewards for my perseverance were most definitely worth it.. Opening piece "Blackflower / Belgium" clocks in at a mighty 15 minutes and continues their theme of achingly beautiful and quiet and building to brutally noisy and ugly!!! However this is the only piece on the album that follows this path, of the other 4 tracks 3 are more in the experimental/ambient/drone territory and mostly drumless these are all worthwhile pieces of the whole and there's no doubt it's a great chilled listen albeit a slightly dark one however they return to spectacular noisy form on 4th track "Conical" a dense and intense track which build layers of guitar noise to deadly effect. Ambient/drone type stuff isn't everyone's thing but after the epic opening 15 min track the less heavy pieces are refreshing and are all fairly short (around the 4 min mark) so it's worth your while to check out this stunning album as a whole.

In early 2016 Sonance recorded 10 tracks and released 9 of them over a split album with Torpor and a cassette only album entitled "Blister The Maw" These were later compiled together with a 10th unreleased track as "Split/Blister The Maw" on Third Rex records (You can download this full 10 track album at Third Rex bandcamp HERE or as the separate releases at Sonance's own Bandcamp which i will link below) For me these releases especially when compiled together and listened to as a whole were absolutely astounding Sonance having combined both their more experimental/ambient/drone styles with the dense crushing Post metal sound with absolute authority and showing a marked progression without straying too far from their template. Whilst it is worth going to Sonance Bandcamp and checking out the art and packaging of their Split with Torpor and The "Blister The Maw" tape I strongly suggest you go to the Third Rex Bandcamp link above and get the full 10 track session in one handy package not only at least to my mind anyway does it work better with the 10 tracks as a cohesive album if you Read on and you will see why i recommend downloading the 10 tracks instead of the separate releases....

Rounding off the Sonance Discography to date we Have a series of 2 "Companion" albums entitled "Mirror And Vie" these are most definitely in the experimental/ambient/drone camp but the intention is that these albums as well as being listened to in their own right are also intended to be played simultaneously with their counterparts (The first volume fits to their Like Ghosts/Blackflower albums and the second volume fits to the compilation CD of the Torpor Split/Blister releases hence why i recommended you download the full session above)  in order to add an extra layer of dynamic and drama to what is already fairly dynamic and dramatic music!!! I have listened to both volumes of "Mirror and Vie" on their own I have yet to try playing them simultaneously with their counterparts so i can't say how well or not it works and they make for both a pleasant and often disturbing listen however these definitely fall into full ambient/experimental territory and if that's something you enjoy then i definitely recommend this but if you have the means I would definitely give playing them simultaneously, if you do please feel free to share your results in comments.

I can't stress enough how strikingly good and original this band are there's a huge scene for this kind of music and a lot of bands out there doing this kind of music but to me a vast amount of them just doing the quiet/crushing thing just bore me because there's no surprise or dynamics employed however Sonance are so skilled at both that if they chose to follow either musical path (that is all quiet or all loud) exclusively they would still be head and shoulders above the pack, If you like your music Heavy, considered and intelligent and like to be challenged by music rather than just placated by more homogenized riffs then you need this band in your life!

That's about all i have for your Re: Sonance they have been pretty quiet since last year but then they were pretty quiet after the release of "Like Ghosts" and now look at their impressive catalog!!! Below are links to their various sites and releases ALL of their music over the bandcamp pages is Buy Now/Name Your Price and all except the "Mirror And Vie" albums are available On Vinyl or the appropriate physical format so if you can afford it show them some support by paying a little for the download or buying some physical releases. I have just checked and unfortunately it would appear all the CD versions are sold out but i have linked you to their facebook page perhaps try contacting the band see if they have any spare copies they are nicely packaged and were a very reasonable price when i bought them.

you can find Everything they have released here at their bandcamp page as well as some free live sets too, as i said they are all free or you can pay something if you choose to there are various links with each digital release to where you can get the vinyl versions....

The 10 track collection of their Split/Blister The Maw releases is Free/Pay what you want to download here at Third Rex...

You can go to their facebook page here...

They have a ton of great merch on sale here...

Vinyl copies of their stunning debut are still available here...

And believe me if i still had a record player this would already be in my collection!

Go enrich your mind with some truly astounding sounds!

Tuesday, 28 February 2017

UPDATE #1543289767543

Hello readers well it has been over a year since I last posted in here and the comments still come in daily which is great that, despite the fact that I haven't updated the blog in a while people are still finding and enjoying the posts!

You will see below I have updated the Virulence & Fu Manchu post and in the coming days/weeks I am gonna update a few more posts I also have 3 in various stages of completion that have yet to be published so once I get the updates done and the drafts for the 3 unpublished I shall start thinking about what's next for UTS

Thanks for your patience and kind comments hope that the rewards will be worth the investment of your time.


Dave B.

Virulence & Fu Manchu (UPDATED)

- If you have been to this post before just scroll down to where it says UPDATE in yellow

Virulence well first off let's get the obvious stuff out of the way they were a hardcore band who's members went on to form such stoner rock titans as Fu Manchu and Nebula! So Virulence released 2 demos and 1 album the demos were widely circulated on the tape trading circuit but they released their debut album on Alchemy records who were a short lived but phenomal label releasing debut albums by Neurosis and Melvins along with Poison idea's 2nd album as well as this Virulence album. The debut vinyl version only had 8 tracks but the Southern Lord label picked up a couple of the Alchemy records back catalog recently this being one of them which they expanded from 8 tracks to 16 adding the 2 demo's from 1986 and 1988 and adding a bonus demo track from 1985 so seeing as how i have a great quality version from CD and not vinyl it was well in need of sharing and fitted with my other posts beautifully!!

This is a great album both with and without the demo's! This band takes a similar path to labelmates at the time  Neurosis & Melvins Slow to mid paced powerul fucking music and throwing some jammed slower Black Flag style parts in there as well, believe me this is no nod out stuff here some of it may be slow but when it's slow it has that same menace that you feel from any hardcore record at the time that dark nastier side to California! except slow and painful rather than quick and painless! Don't get me wrong there's enough pacey material on this album for the hardcore fans but it's slower twisted stuff that really makes this band unique going back to Black Flag again think of how amazing "Scream" and "Nothing Left Inside" were first time you heard them? well the slower tunes on here have a similar feel to that except with a sharper attack and a little less clumsy bludgeon!!! I can't explain the great and unique sound of this album any better if my blurb hasn't got you interested then do your own research!!! here's your link Virulence : "If This Isn't a Dream 1985 -1989" Expanded and remastered reissue.....


I have since bought the CD so it is now re-upped Ripped from my own CD at 320kbps  also I have ordered it like this....

Tracks 1-8 "If This Isn't  A Dream" Album - Recorded 8/6/88 at Alpha+Omega Studio - San Fransisco, CA.

Track 9 - 1985 Demo -  Recorded Summer 1985 at Public Recordings - Placentia, CA

Tracks 10 - 13 1986 Demo -  Recorded 13/6/86 at Public Recordings - Placentia, CA.

Tracks 14 &15 1988 Demo - Recorded 26/2/1988 at Spot Studio - Santa Ana, CA.

Tracks 16-17 - Live - Recorded 28/12/87 in Irvine, CA.

Tracks 18 - 20 - Live -Recorded 30/9/89 in Berkley, CA.

I felt this way you get the album first then the demo tracks are in chronological order and the live tracks tacked on at the end, again, in chronological order it just works better that way than mixing up the live and demo's in my opinion. Plus if like me and you can't stand bonus live tracks (give us a full set or preferably NOTHING) then at least you can turn off after the demos or delete the live tracks from the end more easily.... GO>>>>>

Virulence (NEW LINK)Mediafire

Which leads me to my next related release shortly after Virulence split up members went on to form Fu Manchu now they did a comp of their early singles called "Return To Earth 1991 - 1993" however it may interest you to know that it omits their debut EP simply entitled "Fu Manchu" released in 1990 on home of much extreme hardcore and other forms of music Slap A Ham records this EP seems to have never been re-issued or compiled on a comp or anything and i believe it's quite a rarity! however I found a copy on the internet and uploaded it for you! Check out the actual roots of Fu Manchu this is a million miles away from the tuneful sun baked stoner vibes they would ultimaltely become famous for! This kinda carries on where Virulence left off the hardcore vibe is a lot less here and is more like something like early Melvins or the first Sleep album with it's stop start vibes and Black Flag - isms! This is a killer EP and i'm gutted there's only 3 tracks I wish they'd done an album in this style cos they were onto something way more fucking killer here than what they have made their name from! No diss to Fu manchu great band as they are but this EP is just something else! Go see for yourself...


So....Seems Fu Manchu decided this EP was worth reissuing after all and it seems it's a case of careful what you wish for cos I recently discovered that in 2015 This was re-ssued on a 10" with a Bonus song from the same session "Blowtorch" (On At The Dojo Records if you want the vinyl?) & the bandcamp download had a further extra track "Flashin'" from a recording session later in 1990 so not quite the full album I wished for but a 2 track expansion will do! It has been remastered as well for better quality so I have replaced the old vinyl rip link with the new 5 track remastered version for best quality... Enjoy!!!

Fu Manchu 1st EP (2015 remaster plus 2 bonus tracks)Mediafire