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Posted: 25 Jun 08, 12:27 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

After a short while, here is another year.
This time it's "slightly" bigger and will keep you busy for a few days / weeks :-)



Band : Queen
Date : 1. February 1979
Venue: Sporthalle, Cologne (Koeln), Deutschland


Hallo, Koeln !
Ist alles klar ?

A great german show in pretty nice sound quality.
For a review from a musician's point of view and 30 audience pictures, check this site : http://www.queenlive.ca/queen/79-02-01.htm

Readme.txt


Queen
Cologne, Germany
Sporthalle
February 1, 1979


This is the complete Cologne 79 show, something which collectors have been after for ages. It has always come out in bits and pieces, but always the same few songs were missing. Here it is, complete, and probably in the best quality we'll ever get for it.

There are two audience sources. One has popped up on various LP and CD bootlegs over the years, and there is an uncut tape from this source (we'll call this uncut one "source A"). The uncut tape is actually a bit worse quality than the best LP source. So, I have taken about 2/3 of the show from that LP source, and It's Late, BoRhap, TYMD, SHA, WWRY, WATC, and GSTQ from the uncut tape. A second audience source (of inferior quality, which we'll call "source B") was used to fill in source A's missing parts during Dreamers Ball and WATC.

Overall, the quality is close to excellent, but it fluctuates now and then, as indicated above. The edits are as smooth as possible. Also, I listened to the show carefully, and removed all of the vinyl ticks, and any other flaws in the sound. And of course they all play at the same tape speed/pitch.

Here's the setlist. All are from the best possible LP source unless otherwise indicated:

Disc 1:
We Will Rock You (fast)
Let Me Entertain You
Somebody To Love
If You Can't Beat Them
Death On Two Legs
Killer Queen
Bicycle Race
I'm In Love With My Car
Get Down, Make Love
You're My Best Friend
Now I'm Here
Don't Stop Me Now
Spread Your Wings
Dreamers Ball (part from source B)

Disc 2:
Love Of My Life
'39
It's Late
Brighton Rock
Keep Yourself Alive
Bohemian Rhapsody (source A)
Tie Your Mother Down (source A)
Sheer Heart Attack (source A)
We Will Rock You (source A)
Are The Champions (source A completed with source B)
God Save The Queen


Distribute these files only if they are left completely unaltered. As always with my shares, if I see a complete Cologne 79 made available here or elsewhere in mp3 or any other lossy format, I will never share another thing here again.

Enjoy!

Sir GH



Download links: (rapidcats)
http://rapidshare.com/files/124877246/1979-02-01_Cologne_Germany_d1_1.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124879787/1979-02-01_Cologne_Germany_d1_2.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124880265/1979-02-01_Cologne_Germany_d1_3.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124880628/1979-02-01_Cologne_Germany_d1_4.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124883803/1979-02-01_Cologne_Germany_d1_5.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124885041/1979-02-01_Cologne_Germany_d2_1.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124887016/1979-02-01_Cologne_Germany_d2_2.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124888006/1979-02-01_Cologne_Germany_d2_3.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124898182/1979-02-01_Cologne_Germany_d2_4.zip



The next concert is Frankfurt. If you think that many of the songs are slightly familiar to you, you are probably right, because this concert was a n important source for Live Killers.
Who is interested in this should definitely check this site : http://www.queenlive.ca/lkanalysis.htm

Band : Queen
Venue : Festhalle, Frankfurt, Deutschland
Date : 2. February 1979
2 source compilation


As taken from readme.txt





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Intro
-====-
Here's a simple share - about 30 seconds not on the common Frankfurt recording. Here we have some of Brian's speech before Somebody To Love, and the beginning of the song. It cuts out where the common recording begins. The quality is pretty bad, but completists are welcome to make this track 1 of their disc 1. It's the same source as the common recording - just ten tape generations worse, at least!

Brian's speech is pretty inaudible, but it's genuine, thanks to Greg's book being able to confirm (although Greg didn't include the last sentence, but thankfully that was audible enough):

"I want to say a special thank you to you people in the Festhalle. This is the biggest crowd we've ever played to in Europe, so thank you. Okay, a little song called Somebody To Love."

This recording cuts in at "you people in the Festhalle".

concert
-=====-
Queen Jazz in Frankfurt


Artist: Queen
Title: Jazz in Frankfurt
Date: 2nd February 1979
Venue: Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany

Size: 635 MB

Source: CDR --> EAC --> FLAC Level 8


Disc 1

Somebody To Love
Fat Bottomed Girls
Death On Two Legs
Killer Queen
Bicycle Race
I'm In Love With My Car
Get Down Make Love
You're My Best Friend
Now I'm Here
Don't Stop Me Now
Spread Your Wings (cut)
Dreamer's Ball
Love Of My Life
Band Intro by Brian
'39


Disc 2

It's Late
Brighton Rock
Keep Yourself Alive
Mustapha Intro - Bohemian Rhapsody
Tie Your Mother Down
Audience chanting between enchores
Sheer Heart Attack
We Will Rock You
We Are The Champions
God Save The Queen


No Artwork included


Reviews:


Sound is excellent until Bohemian Rhapsody. Very clear and enjoyable.
From BoRhap to the end the sound is VG-/G+ and comes from another source.
Still, it is most likely genuine as Freddie thanks the audience in German
during God Save The Queen and it is not from any other German show I know.
The band intro and '39 features in the Live Killers album. Great show
overall and pity that the first two songs are missing (WWRY and Let Me
Entertain You). Also Spread Your Wings is cut from the beginning.

Taken from: http://queencdr.tripod.com


A good portion of the material for Live Killers was chosen from this show,
and it's not hard to see why. Some stand-out versions are played at this gig,
and I really recommend you hearing them from the audience's perspective.
Read my Live Killers Analysis page for more details on this show. The first
two tracks are missing, and after Keep Yourself Alive, the remaining tracks
are only G+ quality. I have a 2cd of the G+ recording, and it is most definitely
the same source as the EX tracks. With that in mind, chances are good that the l
ast tracks exist (or at least, have once existed) in EX quality.

Taken from: http://www.geocities.com/qzboots


Nice bootleg from Frankfurt in 1979. Incomplete show as the first 2 songs are
unfortunately missing and the song Spread Your Wings is cut from the beginning.
The soundquality is Excellent- until the Mustapha(Intro). From the Mustapha(Intro)
till the end of the show the soundquality is only Good as it comes from a other
source probably. The other source is still genuine because Freddie says
'' Thank you and good night Frankfurt! '' during God Save The Queen.
There are some slightly pops on some songs but nothing bad. Brian's intro to
the band and the song ' 39 are featuring on the '' Live Killers '' album.

Taken from: http://queenbootlegs.tripod.com


Incomplete recording. Many sources say that Now I'm Here and '39 on Live Killers
come from this concert but I'm pretty sure Now I'm Here DOESN'T. Sound quality
is better than very good, almost very good plus.

Taken from: http://www.queenconcerts.com


Nice, but incomplete show from the "Live Killers" Tour. You should recognize some
songs, as some of the songs from this concert have been used on the official
"Live Killers" Album.There is a small cut at the beg

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Posted: 25 Jun 08, 12:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Let me be the first to thank you Pittrek!

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Posted: 25 Jun 08, 12:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

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This next recording is a DVD rip of a fantastic TV broadcast. It's unfortunately heavily edited and mono, but it's a great concert


From readme file


Queen
Munich, Germany
Basketball Halle
February 11, 1979


This is a fantastic recording straight from TV. If nobody else does, I'll eventually share the DVD too, when I've got a bit more time to share something that big. The audio is truly excellent quality. It sounds about as good as Live Killers, but mono. Too bad only 7 tracks were ever broadcasted. GSTQ cuts out a bit early, so I spliced in the last few seconds from another DVD source. Both DVDs weren't encoded to their fullest quality potential, so one might argue that this share is lossy. I'll leave it to the experts to decide. Either way, this is the best recording I've found over years of collecting. If anyone has a better one, I'll be happy to be trumped out on this one.


Lineage: 1991 German TV rebroadcast > VHS (0) > DVD (1) > WAV > FLAC level 8

Lineage of the last few seconds: TV > VHS (x) > DVD (x) > WAV > FLAC level 8


Let Me Entertain You
Now I'm Here
Bohemian Rhapsody (part)
Sheer Heart Attack
We Will Rock You
We Are The Champions
God Save The Queen


Distribute these files only if they are left completely unaltered, and always include the lineage information. As always with my shares (and preferably everybody else's!), be sure that this recording is not made available at Queenzone or elsewhere in mp3 or any other lossy format. Keep lossless files lossless. :)


Enjoy!

Sir GH



Download links :
http://rapidshare.com/files/124898613/1979-02-11_Munich_Germany_1.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124899464/1979-02-11_Munich_Germany_2.zip




This another thing is slightly more complicated. It's a combination of 2 sources, one excellent (sourced from the VHS) and one VG- / good+ which is an audience recording.

Band : Queen
Venue: Pavillon De Paris, Paris, France
Date: 1. March 1979
Type:® pittrek compilation :)

From readme file


Band : Queen
Venue : Pavillon De Paris, Paris, France
Date : 1. March 1981

Tracklist:
Disc 1 :
1. "Thunderbolt and lightning" *
2. We Will Rock You (fast) *
3. Let Me Entertain You *
4. Somebody To Love
5. Fat Bottomed Girls *
6. Death On Two Legs /
7. Killer Queen /
8. Bicycle Race
9. I'm In Love With My Car
10. Get Down, Make Love
11. You're My Best Friend *
12. Now I'm Here *
13. Don't Stop Me Now *
14. If You Can't Beat Them
15. Spread Your Wings *
16. Dreamers Ball *
17. '39 (cut)

Disc 2:
1. It's Late
2. Brighton Rock (cut)
3. Keep Yourself Alive
4. Bohemian Rhapsody
5. Tie Your Mother Down
6. Sheer Heart Attack
7. Audience Waits For Encore (cut)
8. Big Spender
9. Jailhouse Rock (cut)
10. We Will Rock You
11. We Are The Champions
12. God Save The Queen

Source 1 : VHS tape > ??? > flac files shared on Queenzone
Source 2 : AUD > ??? > Do You Hear The Bicycle Bells...? bootleg > ??? > flac files shared in the
Queen hub

Songs comming from the source 1 are marked with an * in the tracklist. Source 1
was loud and destored, source 2 was bass heavy, loud, destored and slow. I
have speed-corrected the second source, remastered both and crossfaded the two
sources to create this complete compilation. There are many cuts during this
recording, most noticable during 39, Brigton Rock and Jailhouse Rock. Some
parts of the VHS source was dama

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There's a great moment after Somebody To Love. Freddie remains sitting at the piano and says, "Ok, we have a slightly different show tonight from last night, so it should be a lot of fun. This next song is from A Night At The Opera. This is called Death On Two Legs." He then realizes he has messed up the setlist, and says, probably slightly embarrassed, "I told you it would be a different show!" He fiddles on the piano briefly, gets up, and continues, "I think we're gonna change it. This is called If You Can't Beat 'Em, Join 'Em!" Looking at one of his bandmates, he adds, "Fuck off!" as Brian starts the song.

It's quite nice to hear these "non-audience" versions of Love Of My Life, a song that doesn't exercise the higher range, to appreciate the sheer beauty of Freddie Mercury's voice.


For more info check : http://www.queenlive.ca/queen/79-04-20.htm


Download links:
http://rapidshare.com/files/124922638/1979-04-20_Osaka_Japan_d1_1.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124923089/1979-04-20_Osaka_Japan_d1_2.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124924513/1979-04-20_Osaka_Japan_d1_3.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124925116/1979-04-20_Osaka_Japan_d1_4.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124925593/1979-04-20_Osaka_Japan_d1_5.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124926181/1979-04-20_Osaka_Japan_d2_1.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124926535/1979-04-20_Osaka_Japan_d2_2.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124926859/1979-04-20_Osaka_Japan_d2_3.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124927783/1979-04-20_Osaka_Japan_d2_4.zip
http://rapidshare.com/files/124928093/1979-04-20_Osaka_Japan_d2_5.zip



And this is the last gig for now. Another little speciality product from me.

Band : Queen
Date: 26. December 1979
Venue: Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK
Type: matrix (???)


Title : Christmas Times Rock'n'Roll (vol. 2)
Band : Queen
Venue : Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK
Date : 26. December 1979

The Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia from 1975 to 1979 represents one of the
most extreme case of social engineering and genocide in the twentieth century.
The communist rule initiated a program by which all were forced to work in
labor camps for twelve hours a day and the wholesale execution of
professionals, intellectuals, and non-ethnic Cambodians. During this time the
extent of genocide in the killing fields was hard to know since they forbid
outside intervention. Vietnam captured Phnom Penh on January 7th, 1979, the
Khmer Rouge were forced out of power and it is estimated between 1.4 million
and 2.2 million were killed over the four years.

It is in this context that Secretary General of the U.N. Kurt Waldheim asked
Paul McCartney for a concert to raise funds. He agreed and three shows were
scheduled at the end of Wings’ Back To The Egg tour. Queen were touring the
UK on the Crazy tour which was a payback tour for ignoring their homeland on
the Jazz tour, and also for their number two single "Crazy Little Thing Called
Love." Queen were scheduled to play six shows at the end of the tour in
London, each in a different venue: Lyceum Ballroom, Rainbow Theatre, Purley
Tiffany’s, Tottenham Mayfair, Lewisham Odeon, and Alexandra Palace (seven
months before it caught fire).

The band agreed to tack one more show onto the schedule for the event, playing
in the Hammersmith Odeon on Boxing Day. They were the only act to play on
a bill alone and did not participate in the Rochestra ending with McCartney on
December 29th. Each of the four shows were both filmed and professionally
recorded. The film Concert For Kampuchea released in August 1980 with two
Queen tracks, "Now I’m Here" and "Crazy Little Thing Called Love." In April
an LP was released Concerts for the People of Kampuchea which has only one
Queen song, "Now I’m Here." More footage was used for the German TV special
but unfortunately the entire show hasn

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"Crazy Little Thing Called Love" was their hit single and is received so
ecstatically that the audience continue singing the chorus even after the song
is over. The band play along and accompany the singing mob before moving right
into "Bohemian Rhapsody." "Sheer Heart Attack" is the first encore and the
audience applaud loudly when Freddie throws over the amplifier stack and the
show ends with "We Will Rock You" (sung from the shoulders of Superman) and
"We Are The Champions." Complete Kampuchea Concert is one of the most
important releases on the Gypsy Eye label since it is the only silver release
of this great show in the proper sequence. It is a show that contains a
sizzling performance in a excellent recording and is highly recommended.

Queen performed as part of the Concerts For The People Of Kampuchea (Cambodia),
which were performed over a few days at the Hammersmith Odeon in London. Other
performers included The Who (who played for three hours), Wings, The
Pretenders, Elvis Costello & The Attractions, The Clash, and the members of
Led Zeppelin (minus Jimmy Page). A 2-LP set was released in 1981, including
Now I'm Here from Queen's set.

About 75 minutes of pro video footage exist from this show. Many songs were
broadcast on TV in 1980 as part of a German TV special on the band (We Will
Rock You, Let Me Entertain You, Somebody To Love, Killer Queen, I'm In Love
With My Car, You're My Best Friend, Save Me, the first half of Now I'm Here,
Don't Stop Me Now, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Sheer Heart Attack, We Will
Rock You, We Are The Champions, and God Save The Queen), and a few others
have shown up as well (the tail ends of Jailhouse Rock, Mustapha, and BoRhap,
as well as Death On Two Legs, Get Down Make Love, the complete Now I'm Here,
Love Of My Life, '39, and Tie Your Mother Down). The bootleg DVD called "Live
Crazy 1979" by Digital Queen Archives (listed below) includes all of the known
footage.

Freddie's vocal range is still top notch on this last show of the tour,
although he doesn't always hit the high notes cleanly as he did in Newcastle
earlier in the month. Still, these versions of Somebody To Love and We Are The
Champions are dripping with passion from him and are among the best ever
performed.

In his solo spot, Brian plays a few chords that loosely resemble In The Space
Capsule which would appear on the Flash Gordon soundtrack the following year.
He then plays a specially rehearsed version of Silent Night, a gesture much
appreciated by the audience.

At many shows on this tour, the audience (led by those "Royal Family" fans)
would continue singing Crazy Little Thing Called Love after the band finished
the song. The band even joins in tonight.

These are the final performances of If You Can't Beat Them, Don't Stop Me Now,
Spread Your Wings, and '39.

Within a few days, the 70s would come to an end, and Queen would never again
be the same. The success of The Game in North America would shift Queen's
gears as a band, both in concert and otherwise.


Lineage : This is a multi-source compilation. However instead of changing
sources with crossfades or hard cuts you will hear mostly 2 different sources
playing at the same time !

Source 1 : AUD > master > ??? > "Complete Kampuchea Concert" > CDr(x)
Source 2 : video > german TV brodcast > ? > "Crazy Tour" LP > ? > CDr(x) > WAV
> track order correction > WAV > CDr(x)
Source 3 : video > master > ??? > high generation VHS > "Live Crazy 1979" DVD
> DVDDecrypter > WAV
Source 4 : SBD > master > "Concert For The People Of Kampuchea" LP > CDr(x)

Source 1 is marked with *, source 2 with **, source 3 with *** and source 4
with ****. A combination of sources is marked as e.g. * / **

Track list :
Disc 1 :
1. Overture (*)
2. Jailhouse Rock (*)
3. We Will Rock You (fast version) (* / **)
4. Let Me Entertain You (* / **)
5. Somebody To Love (* / *

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Posted: 25 Jun 08, 12:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

And I forgot something :)

Yara has uploaded for you the second night in Newcastle - sorry :-)

Information is here : http://www.queenlive.ca/queen/79-12-04.htm

Download links are here :
Part1: http://www.mediafire.com/?zyi7zj1ur0z
Part2: http://www.mediafire.com/?mjh2bighmxo
Part3: http://www.mediafire.com/?ttv9bnhv2to
Part4: http://www.mediafire.com/?ez95tzyzw42
Part5: http://www.mediafire.com/?kmkfdatnwmp
Part6: http://www.mediafire.com/?1xy2dyrmfmy
Part7: http://www.mediafire.com/?ztxic7l5gdw
Part8: http://www.mediafire.com/?5imzb1rg4gv
Part9: http://www.mediafire.com/?t9xgztqamtz


So NOW it's complete :)

PS I will have a lot of work next weeks so don't expect the year 1980 to appear here very soon

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riku2 wrote:

Let me be the first to thank you Pittrek!

Riku

You're too fast :-)

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Posted: 25 Jun 08, 13:50 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Let me kiss your hands and thank you.

Hammersmith '79 is my all-time favorite. It's my thing, it's what got me interested on Queen, it's genius throughout. I love this gig, it's just that...you know. There's almost too much music in Freddie's vocals. It's a gift.

Thanks for sharing what seems to be a great version of the concert. I can't thank you enough.

Five years have gone by since I first listened to this concert and I still get amazed by Freddie's talent.

THANK YOU.


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Bloody hell... Let's hope I will get some time to download all that stuff during the weekend, it seems really appealing !!! I can't stand listening to that 4-sourced recording especially !

You rock, Pittrek, really !


Regards,

Olivier,
France.


wanna trade ?
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Haha, nice :-)
Please let me know what do you think about that, I have never done something like this so some feedback would be nice :-)
I have noticed a couple of echos for which I'm not sure if they belong there or if it's an error during the "overlay". Anyway they are noticable only during very small parts only with headphones.
Most of the time you will hear 2 sources at the same time, usually the audience recording + the video recording

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Can't wait to hear your "baby" Pittrek. Nice gigs uploaded but who doubt on that?

To complete this year I'll upload the second gig of Zoom if you don't see any drawbacks.

Thank you Pittrek

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Posted: 25 Jun 08, 16:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Thanks pittrek!!!

I haven't downloaded 1978 yet! Got some work!!


A man who learnt how to teach, but forgot how to learn.

A la grande le puse cuca!!
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pittrek wrote:



This another thing is slightly more complicated. It's a combination of 2 sources, one excellent (sourced from the VHS) and one VG- / good+ which is an audience recording.

Band : Queen
Venue: Pavillon De Paris, Paris, France
Date: 1. March 1981
Type:® pittrek compilation :)

From readme file


Band : Queen
Venue : Pavillon De Paris, Paris, France
Date : 1. March 1981

Tracklist:
Disc 1 :
1. "Thunderbolt and lightning" *
2. We Will Rock You (fast) *
3. Let Me Entertain You *
4. Somebody To Love
5. Fat Bottomed Girls *
6. Death On Two Legs /
7. Killer Queen /
8. Bicycle Race
9. I'm In Love With My Car
10. Get Down, Make Love
11. You're My Best Friend *
12. Now I'm Here *
13. Don't Stop Me Now *
14. If You Can't Beat Them
15. Spread Your Wings *
16. Dreamers Ball *
17. '39 (cut)

Disc 2:
1. It's Late
2. Brighton Rock (cut)
3. Keep Yourself Alive
4. Bohemian Rhapsody
5. Tie Your Mother Down
6. Sheer Heart Attack
7. Audience Waits For Encore (cut)
8. Big Spender
9. Jailhouse Rock (cut)
10. We Will Rock You
11. We Are The Champions
12. God Save The Queen

Source 1 : VHS tape > ??? > flac files shared on Queenzone
Source 2 : AUD > ??? > Bonsoir, Paris bootleg > ??? > flac files shared in the
Queen hub



Thank you for other great concerts!
Someone can upload this one on mediafire, please?


Sorry for my english! :(
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Posted: 25 Jun 08, 17:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

It´s already on RS,correct date should be 1 march 1979 ;).


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L-R-TIGER1994 wrote:

It´s already on RS,correct date should be 1 march 1979 ;).


I have correct my quote! ;)

Ale


Sorry for my english! :(
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Posted: 25 Jun 08, 18:40 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

that's it ! I won't be sleeping tonight !

Pittrek you're great in both the work you do and the kindness of sharing such pearls to spread around the incontestable truth: Queen were great and Freddie was and is the best.

ThanXaloT
Stefano


LongLiveTheQueen

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It´s a shame it´s in fucking rapidshit,I downloaded a link and now it´s been saying that I have to wait 36 min(for the last 2 hs!!!!).


Heap big woman you made an asshole outta me....gimme your bums and ride!!!!!!
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Posted: 25 Jun 08, 19:44 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

L-R-TIGER1994 wrote:

It´s a shame it´s in fucking rapidshit,I downloaded a link and now it´s been saying that I have to wait 36 min(for the last 2 hs!!!!).


same problem... :(


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Posted: 25 Jun 08, 20:41 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Amazing, amazing ... can´t wait to listen to that Hammy ´79 of yours, pittrek !! many thanks for all your fantastic work, as usual! :)


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