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Imaginery – Long lost pride [2005]


■ Genre: Progressive Power Metal
■ Audio Format: FLAC level 8, v1.2.1 / mp3 VBR V0, LAME v3.98.4
■ Included: nfo, log, sfv, m3u, Booklet, CD, Tray card
■ Playing Time: 00:50:51
■ Size: 399,31 MB/105,95 MB
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  1. September 6th, 2008 at 00:45 | #1

    Never heard of these guys, thanks.

  2. Anonymous
    January 31st, 2009 at 06:35 | #2

    Thanks dude! Φάε μια τυρόπιτα από μένα… 😀

  3. October 18th, 2011 at 22:00 | #3

    Imaginery at The Metal Archives
    Bob Katsionis at Wikipedia
    Björn Jansson at The Metal Archives
    “Long lost pride” at RateYourMusic
    “Long lost pride” at Discogs

    Record Label: Lion Music
    Catalogue Number: LMC130
    UPC: 6419922001301
    Rights Society: BIEM/n©b [Finland]
    Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB46
    Matrix/Runout: Sonopress 51430428/LMC130 21
    Mould SID Code: IFPI 0744

    Tracklist:
    01. Hypnotized [4:50]
    02. The sign of today [4:39]
    03. When all is gone [4:23]
    04. The nightmare of Kain [4:52]
    05. Roughly scratched but alive [5:49]
    06. Korozon (The Lord of evil) [6:10]
    07. Peace of mind [5:34]
    08. Blind eyes [4:54]
    09. Dark angel [4:32] [Bonus track]
    10. In my life [5:08]
    ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯
    *Legal Disclaimer*

    FLAC CD-rip nfo
    Mirrors:
    FLAC level 8 | v1.2.1 [4shared.com] [07/12/2012]
    FLAC level 8 | v1.2.1 [Anonfiles.com]
    FLAC level 8 | v1.2.1 [Filecloud.io]
    FLAC level 8 | v1.2.1 [Bayfiles.com]
    FLAC level 8 | v1.2.1 [Filefactory.com]
    FLAC level 8 | v1.2.1 [Fileserve.com]
    FLAC level 8 | v1.2.1 [Gamefront.com]
    FLAC level 8 | v1.2.1 [Mega.co.nz]
    FLAC level 8 | v1.2.1 [Megaupload.com]
    FLAC level 8 | v1.2.1 [Netkups.com]
    FLAC level 8 | v1.2.1 [Peeje.com]
    FLAC level 8 | v1.2.1 [Solidfiles.com] [28/07/2015]
    FLAC level 8 | v1.2.1 [Uptobox.com]

    Show Checksums »

    CRC32: 215e4d89
    MD5: 051737143974d09970d4268eb68d2843
    SHA-1: 80eae78dbb53720117d51eca4624ade8bac87b55

     
    mp3 CD-rip nfo
    Mirrors:
    mp3 VBR V0 | LAME v3.98.4 [Anonfiles.com]
    mp3 VBR V0 | LAME v3.98.4 [Filecloud.io]
    mp3 VBR V0 | LAME v3.98.4 [Bayfiles.com]
    mp3 VBR V0 | LAME v3.98.4 [Filefactory.com]
    mp3 VBR V0 | LAME v3.98.4 [Fileserve.com]
    mp3 VBR V0 | LAME v3.98.4 [Gamefront.com]
    mp3 VBR V0 | LAME v3.98.4 [Mega.co.nz]
    mp3 VBR V0 | LAME v3.98.4 [Megaupload.com]
    mp3 VBR V0 | LAME v3.98.4 [Netkups.com]
    mp3 VBR V0 | LAME v3.98.4 [Peeje.com]
    mp3 VBR V0 | LAME v3.98.4 [Solidfiles.com] [07/12/2012]

    Show Checksums »

    CRC32: 6ea7e15d
    MD5: 3d0d74d7f827b11c0f46f7c2be56f4ef
    SHA-1: 020a5eb60940d79ef31d6a09fbc843af1f9ca0c3

     

    This thread have been Red-flagged, I’m sick & tired of re-uploading the files only to see them getting deleted again (after a day or two).
    Try the new Bayfiles.com, Netkups.com & Peeje.com services, maybe they’ll last longer…

  4. zyb
    October 19th, 2011 at 20:35 | #4

    Thanks.

  5. sad
    October 31st, 2011 at 06:15 | #5

    Sad to find this FLAC post crippled by a mp3 (Track #9 is MPEG, not CDDA)

  6. November 2nd, 2011 at 01:50 | #6

    sad :

    Sad to find this FLAC post crippled by a mp3 (Track #9 is MPEG, not CDDA)

    Is that so?
    Imagine how I feel when people knowingly ignore every other information provided to them, relying solely on programmes which are not even reliable
    to begin with!
    “If the facts don’t fit the theory, change the facts”, right?
    WRONG.

    Fact #1
    A genuine CD.
    Just because a disc is factory pressed (has a silver surface) doesn’t necessarily mean it’s authentic too.
    There are countless counterfeits out there, almost identical to the originals.
    The safest way to distinguish them, is to check the respective Μatrix Νumbers.
    (Almost) All authentic copies [from 1994 onwards] have source identification codes printed near the hub (which can be used to determine their origin etc but that’s not the point here)
    Fakes DON’T. Period.
    All included as you can see. btw, in order to clearly read those tiny prints, you need a freaking magnifying glass!
    More info here.

    Fact #2
    An audio extraction log [which came out clean] accompanied by two images.
    A screenshot of EAC [used to create the cue file] and another one of dBpoweramp showing the ripping process’ report [e.g. errors, frames that had to be re-ripped etc].
    Incidentally, the results match the ones already submitted in the AccurateRip database.

    Fact #3
    A photo (close shot) of the actual CD taken just before I started packing FLACs, logs, scans, screnshots etc into a single rar archive.
    I rest my case.

    For further explanations, and to read my reply to your other -EPIC FAIL- comment, click here.

    Oh, another thing.
    Has it occurred to you that the track you so easily red-flagged as *MPEG* is merely a demo?
    In case you haven’t noticed, it’s the album’s bonus for Europe.
    It sticks like a sore thumb – and you don’t need a computer programme to tell you that, your ears will do just fine.
    The dB level is significantly lower compared to the rest, an indication it was hastily recorded and/or roughly produced and so on.

  7. Nex
    October 31st, 2014 at 20:10 | #7

    Thank you.

  1. March 4th, 2015 at 17:40 | #1