Various - Movie Wars FLAC album
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There's more to making the perfect Star Wars movie marathon than just collecting all of the movies.
Various – Movie Wars. Label: River Records (RR) – ACD-0215, River Records (RR) – ACD-0215A. Mission Impossible Theme (Album Version). Star Wars (Extended Mix).
Radio Wars is the second studio album by London-based Australian indie rock band Howling Bells. Recorded at four different studios, it was produced by Dan Grech-Marguerat except one track by Howling Bells. Songwriting efforts for Radio Wars were provided by all four members of the band. The album's themes encompass a wide range of topics, from chaos and optimism to unity and the technological revolution.
Studio album by Yngwie Malmsteen. 7 November 2000 (2000-11-07). Neoclassical metal, heavy metal. The instrumental song "Molto Arpeggiosa" is often mislabelled as "Arpeggios from Hell". The phrase "the war to end all wars" was historically used as a description of World War I, especially in the period from 1918 to 1939. Bonus tracks (Japan). Bonus track (USA and Europe).
STAR WARS" Original 1977 Album Movie the Story Of Star Wars Record/Booklet. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. 1977 record album lp star wars and other galactic funk by meco vinyl. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Star Wars - John Williams - Original 1977 Soundtrack 2 LP Record Album 2T-541. Shipped with USPS Media Mail
These hilarious Star Wars album covers are more proof that mashup fan art is just so, so satisfying when done well. A good mashup is like a love letter from one thing you love to another. It's a combination of two totally separate worlds you probably would've never put together, but once together are really rad. It's a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. In this case we're talking about album covers reimagined with Star Wars characters.
It's Yngwie J. Malmsteen's Rising Force's 2000 album on Spitfire, which also finally gave Malmsteen's '90s output a proper . reissue release at about the same time. The fleet-fingered Swedish guitar god plays all the electric and acoustic guitar parts on War to End All Wars, of course, and he also plays bass and sitar. And, for better or worse, he writes all the lyrics. His supporting players include vocalist Mark Boals, keyboardist Mats Olausson, and drummer John Macaluso. War to End All Wars is packed with Malmsteen's jaw-dropping, neo-classical, light-speed.
|1-1||–Duffy Feat. Shannen||The Tide Is High||5:11|
|1-2||–DJ Omega||The Diva Dance||4:20|
|1-3||–Dinosaur X||Theme From Jurassic Park||4:36|
|1-4||–Robin & Friends||Batman||4:00|
|1-5||–Imperial Force||Star Wars (Radio Mix)||3:26|
|1-6||–The Capulets||Lovefool (Radio Edit)||3:58|
|1-7||–Invaders||Independence Day (Radio Edit)||3:30|
|1-8||–Top Secret||The Saint||3:41|
|1-9||–DJ Dado||X Files (Album Version)||3:58|
|1-10||–4 Non Bonds||Never Say Bond (Goldfinger Mix)||4:56|
|1-11||–DJ Dado||Mission Impossible Theme (Album Version)||4:14|
|1-12||–Elsa Frank||Don't Cry For Me Argentina||3:00|
|1-13||–Gringo||The Good, The Bad, The Ugly||3:42|
|1-14||–Clare Wonder||I Believe In You And Me||4:19|
|1-15||–Out Of The Ordinary||Der Weisse Hai||4:16|
|1-16||–D Twins*||Falling (10 Dance Mix)||2:57|
|2-1||–Imperial Force||Star Wars (Extended Mix)||5:44|
|2-2||–DJ Dado||X Files (Valez & L.Antolini Remix)||6:25|
|2-3||–Invaders||Independence Day (Favilli Remix)||5:33|
|2-4||–The Capulets||Lovefool (Extended Mix)||5:45|
|2-5||–4 Non Bonds||Never Say Bond (Nick Skitz Radio Mix)||3:00|
|2-6||–4 Non Bonds||Never Say Bond (Jungle Ball Mix)||4:35|
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