Wednesday, December 26, 2012

BILL MURRAY (20+1 movies)

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20 Reasons Bill Murray is the Coolest Human Being Alive

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2.Nothing lasts forever(1984)

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3.The razor's edge (1984)

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4.Scrooged (1988)

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5.Ghostbusters 2 (1989)

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6.Quick change (1990)

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7.What About Bob? (1991)

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8.Groundhog day (1993)

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9.Mad dog and glory (1993)

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10.Kingpin (1996)

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11.The man who knew too little (1997)

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12.Rushmore (1998)

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13.The Royal Tennenbaums (2001)

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14.Speaking of Sex (2001)

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15.Lost in translation (2003)

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16.Coffee and cigarettes (2003)

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17.The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004)

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18.Broken flowers (2005)

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19.The lost city (2005)

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20.City of ember (2008)

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21.Moonrise Kingdom

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Monday, December 17, 2012

CAN # The Lost Tapes # (2012)

The Lost Tapes is a compilation album by the German experimental rock band Can which was originally released as an LP in 2012 by United Artists.




  Kenji Suzuki (鈴木健二 Suzuki Kenji, born 16 January 1950, in Japan), universally known as Damo Suzuki (ダモ鈴木), is a singer best known for his membership in the German krautrock group Can.
   As a teenager, Suzuki spent the late 1960s wandering around Europe, often busking.
When Malcolm Mooney left Can after recording their first album Monster Movie, Holger Czukay and Jaki Liebezeit encountered Suzuki busking in Munich, Germany whilst the two were sitting outside at a street café, they invited him to join the group. And he did, performing with them that evening.
Suzuki was with Can from 1970 to 1973, recording a number of well-regarded albums such as Tago Mago, Future Days and Ege Bamyasi. Suzuki's first vocal performance with Can was "Don't Turn the Light On, Leave Me Alone" from Soundtracks His freeform, often improvised lyrics, sung in no particular language gelled with Can's rolling, psychedelic sound.
Suzuki converted to the Jehovah's Witness faith when he married his German girlfriend, who was also a Jehovah's Witness, after the release of the album Future Days, and retired from music in 1974.
He returned to music in 1983, and currently leads what is known as Damo Suzuki's Network - as he tours, he performs live improvisational music with various local musicians (so-called "Sound Carriers" ) from around the world, thus building up a 'network' of musicians with whom he collaborates. As far as more recent recorded material is concerned, Damo is featured on Canadian underground hip hop producer Sixtoo's album, Chewing on Glass & Other Miracle Cures (Ninja Tune, 2004).
Among the musicians in his live shows have been Michael Karoli and Jaki Liebezeit of Can, Mani Neumeier of Guru Guru, Dustin Donaldson of I Am Spoonbender, Cul De Sac, Passierzettel, The Early Years, The Bees, Do Make Say Think, Broken Social Scene, Airiel, Acid Mothers Temple, The Holy Soul, Steve Dinsdale, The Sandells, Tay Zonday, the Omar Rodriguez-Lopez Quintet (with whom he has recorded the 2007 EP Please Heat This Eventually), The Skull Defekts, AIDS Wolf, Radio Massacre International, Edmondo Ammendola and Dave Williams of Augie March, Gordon J Watson & Simon Doling of Terminal Cheesecake, Jonny Williams, Stephen McBean from Black Mountain, Helena Espvall of Espers, The Prestidigitators, Gary Jeff of God, Calamalka, Karl Asa of J>A>W>, Hamish Black, tynder, Neočekivana Sila Koja Se Iznenada Pojavljuje i Rešava Stvar, The Dream Machine All-Stars, AK/DK, Ann Shenton of Add N to (X) and many, many others.
Suzuki has been recognised by name by at least two different bands. The Fall's 1985 album This Nation's Saving Grace features a song "I Am Damo Suzuki," inspired by and dedicated to the singer. The rock band 'The Mooney Suzuki' takes its name from Damo Suzuki and Can's earlier vocalist Malcolm Mooney.
Damo Suzuki is present on the following albums:
  • Can Soundtracks 1970
  • Can Tago Mago 1971
  • Can Ege Bamyasi 1972
  • Can Future Days 1973
  • Can Unlimited Edition 1976 (compilation)
  • Dunkelziffer In The Night 1984
  • Dunkelziffer III 1986
  • Dunkelziffer Live 1985 1997
  • Damo Suzuki's Network Tokyo On Air West 30.04.97 1997
  • Damo Suzuki's Network Tokyo On Air West 02.05.97 1997
  • Damo Suzuki's Network Osaka Muse Hall 04.05.97 1997
  • Damo Suzuki Band V.E.R.N.I.S.S.A.G.E. 1998
  • Damo Suzuki Band P.R.O.M.I.S.E. (7CD Box) 1998
  • Damo Suzuki's Network Seattle 1999
  • Damo Suzuki's Network Odyssey 2000
  • Damo Suzuki's Network JPN ULTD Vol.1 2000
  • Damo Suzuki's Network Metaphysical Transfer 2001
  • Damo Suzuki's Network JPN ULTD Vol.2 2002
  • Cul De Sac / Damo Suzuki Abhayamudra 2004
  • Sixtoo - Chewing on Glass & Other Miracle Cures 2004
  • Damo Suzuki's Network Hollyaris 2005 (2CD)
  • Damo Suzuki's Network 3 Dead People After The Performance 2005
  • Damo Suzuki and Now The London Evening News 2006 (CD)
  • Damo Suzuki's network Tutti i colori del silenzio 2006 (CD)
  • Omar Rodriguez-Lopez & Damo Suzuki Please Heat This Eventually 2007
  • Audioscope Music For A Good Home 2010 (CD)
  • Damo Suzuki & The Holy Soul Dead Man Has No 2nd Chance 2010 (CD)
  • Damo Suzuki & Cuzo Puedo Ver Tu Mente 2011(CD/LP)
  • Radio Massacre International "Lost in Transit 4: DAMO" 2010 (CD)

The Network

Damo Suzuki’s Network is an assembly of musicians. It’s a collective meeting place where like minded people go. In 1998, I toured as support to the Network in the United States. After three concerts, I was invited to perform with them. Both Damo and Michael Karoli came up to me and said, ” but of course you will play with us from now on.” I felt lonely on stage, so I asked Damo if my friends Tommy and then Dustin could also play with us and he of course said ” Yes, why not.” This process says more about Damo than me.
The goal is simple, for musicians to communicate with each other and with the audience. There are no ego’s involved. Musicians send smoke signals to each other. They respond in kind. Damo selects musicians who have the potential to communicate freely and who are able to respond honestly to each other in the here and now. This also involves a respect for and dynamic communication with the audience. Both Damo and Can refer to this process as Instant Composing. Each concert is a unique event. There are never any rehearsals. Mistakes are moments of opportunity. For the musician, this process is in equal parts exciting and terrifying. I remember those joyous words that introduced the sixties cartoon series Stingray, ” Anything can happen in the next half hour.” For Damo, the half hour may well be two or four hours but the same principle holds true. Anything can happen.
As Damo says, ” I like every concert. When everyone is in the same space and time are very happy. For me it is a really great moment, sometimes, even teardrops start falling because of my happiness. I feel very lucky to be in this moment with such an audience.”
On stage in Seattle, I had a four track tape recorder that I would occasionally use much in the same way that Holger Czukay used dictaphones with Can. I remember a tape snapping and I vigorously pulled it out of the machine, holding it up for inspection. Damo turned round and gleefully told the audience, ” see, no tapes!” Suffice to say, the tapes were not used again. It’s not that the music eschews anything really except the act of premeditation. In the Can book, Damo said, ” I’m not so much interested in anything in particular, that’s why I’m singing about nothing.” His words may not sound exactly like English or German or Japanese or French but I’m convinced that they impart meaning to everyone, regardless of mother tongue. This way of making music, as Damo often says, stems from the stone age. Instead of using thigh bones to beat out a rhythm or smoke signals to pass on messages, we now use drums, guitars or mobile telephones to communicate. Maybe we haven’t evolved as much as we’d like to think we have!
Damo records every show and has released several albums which document the process described in a more coherent way than one can hope to do with words. The Network continues to grow. More musicians are involved in changing permutations. Damo likens the journey to that of a train ride, he says,” I’m not interested to see passed landscape again. I feel like I’m in a train traveling down the track… I’m anxious to get to the next station, and if this stop is not on map, it will be much more fun.”
The journey started many years ago and the train has clearly not reached it’s destination. 

- Omar Rodriguez Lopez and Damo Suzuki -Please Heat This Eventually (2007) (320kbps)
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-Damo Suzuki and Mammoth Cave
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-Damo Suzuki Band - V E.R N.I S.S A.G E

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-Damo Suzuki and God Don't Like It Ensemble - Live at Cafe Oto (November 2011)
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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Dave Brubeck- Jazz Impressions of Japan(1964)

Jazz Impressions of Japan is a 1964 album by The Dave Brubeck Quartet. It was recorded on June 16–17, 1964 at the legendary CBS 30th Street Studio, except for "Zen Is When" which was recorded on January 30, 1960. It was released on August 10, 1964. The album, as the back cover of the remastered CD confirms, had been long out-of-print until it was reissued on CD in 2001, then re-released in 2008 and 2009.
In the album booklet, Brubeck talks about the quartet's trip to Japan and provides poignant and interesting information for each piece of the album, explaining what inspired a certain piece, for instance. In fact, the album is a sort of trip diary. This is how Brubeck himself describes the project: "The tunes in this album are personal impressions from the Quartet's tour of Japan, Spring 1964. No one in a brief visit can hope to absorb and comprehend all that is strange to him. Sights and sounds, exotic in their freshness, arouse the senses to a new awareness. The music we have prepared tries to convey these minute but lasting impressions, wherein the poet expects the reader to feel the scene himself as an experience. The poem suggests the feeling."
"Koto Song" is the only piece from the album that became a Brubeck standard; he would record it numerous times in the following years.

Track listing

All pieces by Dave Brubeck, except where noted.
  1. "Tokyo Traffic" 5:52
  2. "Rising Sun" 4:42
  3. "Toki's Theme" (From the CBS-TV series "Mr. Broadway") 2:10
  4. "Fujiyama" 5:05
  5. "Zen Is When" (Bud Freeman/Leon Pober)2:53
  6. "The City Is Crying" 6:02
  7. "Osaka Blues" 5:10
  8. "Koto Song" 3:02


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Sunday, September 16, 2012



South Park is an American animated sitcom created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone for the Comedy Central television network. Intended for mature audiences, the show has become famous for its crude language and dark, surreal humor that lampoons a wide range of topics. The ongoing narrative revolves around four boys—Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman and Kenny McCormick—and their bizarre adventures in and around the titular Colorado town.

Parker and Stone developed the show from two animated shorts they created in 1992 and 1995. The latter became one of the first Internet viral videos, which ultimately led to its production as a series. South Park debuted in August 1997 with great success, consistently earning the highest ratings of any basic cable program. Subsequent ratings have varied but it remains one of Comedy Central's highest rated shows. It is Comedy Central's longest running program; a total of 230 episodes have aired, and the series is slated to run through at least 2016.[3]

The pilot episode was produced using cutout animation. All subsequent episodes are created with software that emulates the cutout technique. Parker and Stone perform most of the voice acting. Since 2000, each episode is typically written and produced during the week preceding its broadcast, with Parker serving as the primary writer and director.

The series has received numerous accolades, including four Primetime Emmy Awards, a Peabody Award, and numerous inclusions in various publications' lists of greatest television shows. The show's popularity resulted in a feature-length theatrical film, South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut which was released in June 1999, less than two years after the show's premiere, and became a box office and critical success.

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The IT Crowd is a British sitcom by Channel 4, written by Graham Linehan, produced by Ash Atalla and starring Chris O'Dowd, Richard Ayoade, Katherine Parkinson and Matt Berry. The "IT" in the show's title can be pronounced as either the word it /ˈɪt/, as in "the 'it' crowd", or as the letters IT /ˌaɪˈtiː/, as in the abbreviation for information technology.

Set in the London offices of the fictional Reynholm Industries, the show revolves around the three staff members of its IT department: a geeky genius named Maurice Moss (Ayoade), the workshy Roy Trenneman (O'Dowd), and Jen Barber (Parkinson), the department head/Relationship Manager, who knows nothing about IT. The show also focuses on the bosses of Reynholm Industries: Denholm Reynholm (Chris Morris) and his son Douglas (Berry).

The comedy premiered on Channel 4 on 3 February 2006, and ran for four series of 6 episodes each. Although a fifth series was commissioned, Graham Linehan announced on 20 October 2011 that there would not be a fifth series, only an extended special in 2012 with the possibility of a film afterwards.

The show was the third successful sitcom creation of Graham Linehan, following Father Ted (co-written with Arthur Mathews) and Black Books (co-written with Dylan Moran).

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Battlestar Galactica is an American science fiction franchise created by Glen A. Larson. The franchise began with the original television series in 1978, and was followed by a brief sequel TV series in 1980, a line of book adaptations, original novels, comic books, a board game, and video games. A remake of Battlestar Galactica aired in December 2003, beginning with a two-part, three-hour miniseries developed by Ronald D. Moore and David Eick. This led to a weekly TV series which ran for four seasons between 2004 and 2009. A prequel TV series, Caprica, aired in 2010. A two-hour pilot for a second spin-off series, Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome, was filmed, with plans of continuing it into a regular series. The series was eventually scrapped.

All Battlestar Galactica productions share the premise that in a distant part of our galaxy, a human civilization lives on a group of planets known as the Twelve Colonies, to which they have migrated from their ancestral homeworld of Kobol. The Twelve Colonies have warred for decades with a cybernetic race known as the Cylons, whose goal is the extermination of the human race. The Cylons offer peace to the humans, which proves to be a ruse. With the aid of a human named Baltar (an inadvertent aid in the 2003 version), the Cylons carry out a massive attack on the Twelve Colonies and on the Colonial Fleet of starships that protect them. These attacks devastate the Colonial Fleet, lay waste to the Colonies, and virtually destroy their populations. Scattered survivors flee into outer space aboard available spaceships. Of the entire Colonial battle fleet, only the Battlestar Galactica, a gigantic battleship and spacecraft carrier (analogous to an aircraft carrier), appears to have survived the Cylon conflagration. Under the leadership of Commander Adama, the Galactica and the pilots of "Viper" fighters lead a fugitive fleet of survivors in search of the fabled thirteenth colony known as Earth

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Caprica is a science fiction drama television series. It is a spin-off prequel of the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica, taking place about 58 years prior to the events of Battlestar Galactica. Caprica shows how humanity first created the robotic Cylons who would later plot to destroy humans in retaliation for their enslavement. Among Caprica's main characters are the father and uncle of Commander William Adama from the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica.

An extended version of the pilot premiered exclusively on DVD and digital download on April 21, 2009. The first season debuted on January 22, 2010 on Syfy in the U.S., Space in Canada, and Sky1 in the U.K., running nine episodes, including the two hour pilot, before going on a mid-season hiatus. The second half of the first season (Season 1.5) began airing on October 5, 2010 on Syfy and Space.

On October 27, 2010, Syfy canceled the show, citing low ratings, and pulled the remaining five episodes of the series from its broadcast schedule.The series continued to air as scheduled on Space, finishing with the series finale on November 30, 2010. The remaining episodes were released on DVD in the U.S. on December 21, 2010 and aired on Syfy in a burn off marathon on January 4, 2011

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Taken, also known as Steven Spielberg Presents Taken, is a science fiction miniseries which first aired on the Sci-Fi Channel in 2002 and won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Miniseries. Filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, it was written by Leslie Bohem, and directed by Breck Eisner, Félix Enríquez Alcalá, John Fawcett, Tobe Hooper, Jeremy Paul Kagan, Michael Katleman, Sergio Mimica-Gezzan, Bryan Spicer, Jeff Woolnough and Thomas J. Wright. The executive producers were Leslie Bohem and Steven Spielberg.

The show takes place from 1944 to 2002 and follows the lives of three families; the Crawfords who seek to cover-up the Roswell crash and the existence of Aliens, the Keys who are subject to frequent experimentations by the Aliens, and the Clarkes who sheltered one of the surviving Aliens from the crash. As a result of the decades-long storyline, not a single actor or character appears in every episode of the series. Reception was positive, and the series won an Emmy Award.

When the show was launched, the Sci-Fi Channel used the simultaneous establishment of the organization Coalition for Freedom of Information in its promotion campaign. Both the Sci-Fi Channel and the Coalition for Freedom of Information are clients of Washington, D.C. public relations firm PodestaMattoon, and this apparent co-mingling of clients garnered criticism. The Coalition for Freedom of Information is a group which seeks the release of classified governmental UFO files as well as scientific, congressional and media credibility for the study of this subject.

Actors appearing in the program include Julie Benz, Emily Bergl, Terry Chen, Steve Burton, Eric Close, Heather Donahue, Dakota Fanning (who narrates, as well as starring as Allie Keys), Matt Frewer, Joel Gretsch, Ryan Hurst, Adam Kaufman, Ryan Merriman, Michael Moriarty and Anton Yelchin.

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Carnivàle ( /kɑrnɪˈvæl/) is an American television series set in the United States during the Great Depression and Dust Bowl. In tracing the lives of two disparate groups of people, its overarching story depicts the battle between good and evil and the struggle between free will and destiny; the storyline mixes Christian theology with gnosticism and Masonic lore, particularly that of the Knights Templar. The show was filmed in Santa Clarita, California, and other Southern Californian locations.

Carnivàle was produced by HBO and ran for two seasons between September 14, 2003 and March 27, 2005. The show was created by Daniel Knauf, who also served as executive producer with Ronald D. Moore and Howard Klein. The incidental music was composed by Jeff Beal. Nick Stahl and Clancy Brown starred as Ben Hawkins and Brother Justin Crowe, respectively.

Early reviews praised the style of Carnivàle but questioned the approach and execution of the story. Carnivàle's first episode set a new audience record for an HBO original series, but the show was unable to retain its ratings in its second season. Carnivàle was canceled after 24 episodes, cutting its intended six-season run short by four seasons. The show won five Emmys in 2004, was nominated for 10 further Emmy awards, and received numerous other nominations and industry awards between 2004 and 2006.

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The Lost Room is a 2006 science fiction television miniseries that aired on the Sci Fi Channel in the United States. The series revolves around the titular room and some of the everyday items from that room which possess unusual powers. The show's protagonist, Joe Miller, is searching for these objects to rescue his daughter, Anna, who has disappeared inside the Room. Once a typical room at a 1960s motel along U.S. Route 66, the Lost Room has existed outside of normal time and space since 1961, when what is only referred to as "the Event" took place.

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Twin Peaks is an American television serial drama created by David Lynch and Mark Frost. The series follows the investigation headed by FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) of the murder of a popular teenager and homecoming queen, Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee). Twin Peaks' pilot episode was first broadcast on April 8, 1990 on ABC, which led to another seven episodes being produced and a second season, which aired until June 10, 1991. The show's name came from its setting, a small, fictional Washington town. Exteriors were primarily filmed in Snoqualmie and North Bend, with additional exteriors shot in southern California. Most of the interior scenes were shot on standing sets in a San Fernando Valley warehouse.

Twin Peaks became one of the top-rated shows of 1990, a critical success both nationally and internationally. Reflecting its devoted cult fan base, the series became a part of popular culture, referenced in other television shows, commercials, comic books, video games, films and song lyrics. Declining viewer ratings led to ABC's insistence that the identity of Laura's murderer be revealed midway through the second season. In 1992, the series spawned a prequel, the film Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, a commercial failure in America, but a success in Japan.

In 1997, the pilot episode was ranked #25 on TV Guide's 100 Greatest Episodes of All Time. In 2002, the series was ranked #45 on TV Guide's 50 Greatest TV Shows of All Time and in 2007, it was listed as one of Time's "Best TV Shows of All-TIME". The show placed #49 on Entertainment Weekly's "New TV Classics" list, and placed at #12 in their list of the "25 Best Cult TV Shows from the Past 25 Years".

As with much of Lynch's other work (notably Blue Velvet), Twin Peaks explores the gulf between the veneer of small-town respectability and the seedier layers of life lurking beneath it. As the series progresses, characters who first appeared innocent are revealed to lead double lives, thus exposing their darkness.

Consistent with Lynch's work as a whole, Twin Peaks is not easily placed within an established genre. Although its unsettling tone and supernatural features are consistent with horror films, its campy melodramatic portrayal of quirky characters engaged in morally dubious activities reflects a bizarrely comical parody of American soap operas. Finally, like the rest of Lynch's oeuvre, the show represents an earnest moral inquiry distinguished by both weird humor and a deep vein of surrealism.

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Monday, July 30, 2012

Swans full discography

Swans are an American post-punk band originally active from 1982 to 1997, led by singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Michael Gira. The band was one of the few groups to emerge from the early 1980s New York No Wave scene and stay intact into the next decade. Formed by Gira in 1982, Swans employed a shifting lineup of musicians until their dissolution in 1997. Besides Gira, the only other constant members were keyboardist/vocalist/songwriter Jarboe from 1984 to 1997, and semi-constant guitarist Norman Westberg. The band was noted for droning vocals and strange instrumentation. In 2010, Gira reactivated Swans and released a new studio album, My Father Will Guide Me up a Rope to the Sky.
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  • Filth (1983)
  • Cop (1984)
  • Greed (1986)
  • Holy Money (1986)
  • Children of God (1987)
  • The Burning World (1989)
  • White Light from the Mouth of Infinity (1991)
  • Love of Life (1992)
  • The Great Annihilator (1995)
  • Soundtracks for the Blind (1996)
  • My Father Will Guide Me up a Rope to the Sky (2010)
  • The Seer (August 2012)

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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Reds (1981) + John Reed's "Ten days that shocked the world"

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Sunday, June 17, 2012

Hayao Miyazaki (宮崎 駿 Miyazaki Hayao)

Born January 5, 1941) is a Japanese manga artist and prominent film director and animator of many popular anime feature films. Through a career that has spanned nearly fifty years, Miyazaki has attained international acclaim as a maker of animated feature films and, along with Isao Takahata, co-founded Studio Ghibli, a film and animation studio. The success of Miyazaki's films has invited comparisons with American animator Walt Disney, British animator Nick Park and Robert Zemeckis; he has also been named one of the most influential people by Time magazine.
Born in Bunkyō, Tokyo, Miyazaki began his animation career in 1961, when he joined Toei Animation. From there, Miyazaki worked as an in-between artist for Gulliver's Travels Beyond the Moon where he pitched his own ideas that eventually became the movie's ending. He continued to work in various roles in the animation industry over the decade until he was able to direct his first feature film Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro which was released in 1979. After the success of his next film, Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, he co-founded Studio Ghibli where he continued to produce many feature films until his temporary retirement in 1997 following Princess Mononoke.
While Miyazaki's films have long enjoyed both commercial and critical success in Japan, he remained largely unknown to the West until Miramax Films released Princess Mononoke. Princess Mononoke was the highest-grossing film in Japan—until it was eclipsed by another 1997 film, Titanic—and the first animated film to win Picture of the Year at the Japanese Academy Awards. Miyazaki returned to animation with Spirited Away. The film topped Titanic's sales at the Japanese box office, also won Picture of the Year at the Japanese Academy Awards and was the first anime film to win an American Academy Award.
Miyazaki's films often contain recurrent themes like humanity's relationship with nature and technology, and the difficulty of maintaining a pacifist ethic. The protagonists of his films are often strong, independent girls or young women. While two of his films, The Castle of Cagliostro and Castle in the Sky, involve traditional villains, his other films like Nausicaä and Princess Mononoke present morally ambiguous antagonists with redeeming qualities. He recently co-wrote the film The Secret World of Arrietty, which was released in July 2010 in Japan and February 2012 in the United States.
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2010 Mr. Dough and the Egg Princess (short)
2008 Ponyo -download via torrent here
2006 Mizugumo Monmon (short)
2006 Yadosagashi (short)
2006 Hoshi wo katta hi (short)
2004 Howl's Moving Castle -download via torrent here
2002 Mei and the Kitten Bus (short)
2002 Koro no dai-sanpo (short)
2001 Kujira tori (short)
2001 Spirited Away -download via torrent here
1997 Princess Mononoke -download via torrent here 
1995 On Your Mark (short)
1992 Porco Rosso -download via torrent here
1989 Kiki's Delivery Service -download via torrent here
1988 My Neighbor Totoro -download via torrent here
1986 Castle in the Sky -download via torrent here

1984 Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind -download via torrent here

Leon Trotsky on

What It Is and How To Fight It

First compilation under title "FASCISM: What it is and how to fight it" by Pioneer Publishers in August 1944 and reprinted in 1964. This revised compilation was published in April 1969. Transcribed for the Internet by Zodiac, the former diretor of the Marx-Engels Internet Archive, in August 1993.

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Monday, May 28, 2012

San Michele Aveva Un Gallo (1972)

Set in the tumultuous period of 19th century Italy, St. Michael Had a Rooster tells the story of a romantic idealist and leader of a group of anarchists, Giulio Manieri (Giulio Brogi). Captured and condemned to death, Manieri firmly believes in his political convictions while in prison. After ten years, he meets a group of young revolutionaries who tell him the movement has changed and his beliefs are no longer valid. Feeling he has wasted ten years of his life, Manieri finds himself unable to function in the new outside world.

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The Assassination of Trotsky (1972)

After having been forced to leave the Soviet Union 1929 Trotsky has ended up in Mexico 1940. He is still busy with the politics. Stalin has sent out an assassin, Frank Jacson. Jacson befriends a young communist and gets an invitation to Trotsky's house.





Allonsanfàn (1974) is an Italian drama film directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani with the score written by Ennio Morricone.
The film is set in early 19th-century Italy and stars Marcello Mastroianni as Fulvio Imbriani, an Italian middle-aged aristocrat-turned-revolutionary, losing his commitment to a secret revolutionary society. The title of the film is the name of a young member of the society (portrayed by Stanko Molnar) playing fatal role in Fulvio's life, which is derived from the first words of La Marseillaise.


Thursday, May 3, 2012


CATASTROIKA - Multilingual από infowar
Russian privatization was the reform consisting in privatization of state-owned industrial assets that took place in Russia in the 1990s, during the presidency of Boris Yeltsin, immediately after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, where private ownership of enterprises had been illegal for a long time. The privatization enabled Russia to shift from the deteriorating Soviet planned economy towards market economy, but as a result a good deal of the national wealth fell into the hands of a relatively small group of so-called business oligarchs (tycoons), and the wealth gap increased dramatically. It was described as "Catastroika" and it was the "most cataclysmic peacetime economic collapse of an industrial country in history". Many non-industrial assets, most notably, most of the social welfare and telecommunications, as well as strategic industrial assets, including much of the Russian military industry, were not privatized during the 1990s. The privatization of the 1990s is still a highly contentious and polarizing issue in the Russian society, stirring up strong sentiments among the population, including the widespread negative attitude towards Anatoly Chubais, one of the most instrumental figures of the reform, and even calls for its revision.

Monday, April 30, 2012

Nicolas Roeg

Nicolas Jack Roeg, CBE, BSC (born 15 August 1928) is an English film director and cinematographer. Roeg was born in London, the son of Mabel Gertrude (née Silk) and Jack Nicolas Roeg.
He started his film career by contributing to the visual look of Lawrence of Arabia and Roger Corman's The Masque of the Red Death, and co-directing Performance in 1970. He would later direct such landmark films as Walkabout, Don't Look Now and The Man Who Fell to Earth.

Roeg's films are known for having scenes and images from the plot presented in a disarranged fashion, out of chronological and causal order, requiring the viewer to do the work of mentally rearranging them to comprehend the storyline. They seem, "to shatter reality into a thousand pieces" and are "unpredictable, fascinating, cryptic and liable to leave you wondering what the hell just happened. . . ."
Roeg displays a "freedom from conventional film narration," and his films often consist of an "intriguing kaleidoscopic multiplication of images."
A characteristic of Roeg's films is that they are edited in disjunctive and semi-coherent ways that make full sense only in the film's final moments, when a crucial piece of information surfaces; they are "mosaic-like montages [filled with] elliptical details which become very important later." These techniques, and Roeg's foreboding sense of atmosphere, have influenced later filmmakers such as Steven Soderbergh, Tony Scott, Ridley Scott, Christopher Nolan, François Ozon and Danny Boyle.
Roeg's influence on cinema is not limited to deconstructing narrative. The "Memo From Turner" sequence in Performance predates many techniques later used in music videos. And the "quadrant" sequence in Bad Timing, in which the thoughts of Theresa Russell and Art Garfunkel are heard before words are spoken, set to Keith Jarrett's piano music from the Köln Concert, again stretched the boundaries of what could be done with film.
His work was documented at the Riverside Studios, London from 12-14 September 2008, showcasing nine of his films. He introduced the retrospective along with Miranda Richardson, who starred in Puffball.
The retrospective included Bad Timing, Puffball, Far from the Madding Crowd, The Man Who Fell to Earth, The Witches, Eureka, Don't Look Now and Insignificance. The London Film Academy organised this event for Roeg in honour of his patronage of the school.

Films as director


Directed by Roeg
  • Walkabout (1971)
  • Don't Look Now (1973)
  • The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976)
  • Bad Timing: A Sensual Obsession (1980)
  • Eureka (1983)
  • Insignificance (1985)
  • Castaway (1986)
  • Track 29 (1988)
  • The Witches (1990)
  • Cold Heaven (1991)
  • Two Deaths (1995)
  • Puffball (2007)
Co-directed by Roeg
  • Performance, with Donald Cammell (1970)
  • Glastonbury Fayre (1972)
  • Aria (1987) (segment: "Un ballo in maschera")
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This song was inspired by films directed by Nicolas Roeg, including Performance (written & co-directed by Donald Cammell), Walkabout, Don't Look Now, The Man Who Fell to Earth, and Insignificance. Its lyrics refer directly to many of them. For example:
  • "Took a trip to Powis Square, Pop star dyed his hair . . . When mobsters came to flush him out. Gangland slaying underground, New identity must be found. . .Insanity Bohemian style" refers to the two main characters in Performance, a retired rock star (played by Mick Jagger) and a gangster on the run (played by James Fox)
  • "King of brains" - refers to Albert Einstein, a lead character in Insignificance (note also the reference to "relativity" in the chorus)
  • "Queen of the sack" - refers to Marilyn Monroe, a lead character in Insignificance
  • "Hall of fame baseball" - refers to Joe Dimaggio, a lead character in Insignificance
  • "Senator's a hoodlum" - refers to Joe McCarthy, a lead character in Insignificance
  • "Don't like no aborigine" - refers to one of the main characters in Walkabout, an Aborigine
  • "Space guy fell from the sky" refers to The Man Who Fell to Earth starring David Bowie
  • The 2nd verse (from "Met a dwarf who was no good" to "Gets to take the funeral ride") describes Don't Look Now Starring Donald Sutherland
Included throughout the song are dialogue samples taken directly from the 1970 film Performance. These include:
  • - "Why don't you play us a tune, pal?" - "I don't like music." - "Comical little geezer. You'll look funny when you're fifty." (Dialogue between Chas and Turner)
  • "You know, I don't think I'm going to let you stay in the film business." (Chas)
  • "Time for a change!" (Chas)
  • "I like a bit of a cavort, I don't send 'em solicitor's letters. I apply a bit of pressure." (Chas)
  • "Who do you think you are, the Lone Ranger? (...) You're Jack the Lad!" (Harry Flowers)
  • "Putting a little stick about. Putting the frighteners on flash, little twerps." (Chas)
  • "He's an ignorant boy. An out of date boy." (Flowers's associate)
  • "United we stand, divided we're lumbered." (Harry Flowers)
  • "At the death, who is left holding the sodding baby?" (Chas)
  • "I know a thing or two about the clientèle. They're a bunch of liars and wrigglers. (...) Give 'em a bit of stick." (Chas)