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  • 18 Oct 2019
    One of Cebu City’s well-beloved bands, Drive Me to Juliet, is coming to Manila for their first-ever headline bar tour and music video launch in the capital, aptly titled “Universe: Live in Manila”, since forming in 2009. The new music video, “Universe”, is also DMTJ’s first single off their upcoming second album due for release later this year. The music video launch tour will run across three key cities in Metro Manila, and is the band’s first production effort outside Cebu.   Best known for their schmaltzy songwriting about love, hope, and relationships as in “Saving Glass Heart” juxtaposed to feel-good and laid-back pop tunes featured in “Maybe It’s Better” or alongside raw, grungy undertones like in “Absence of Understanding”, Drive Me has driven hundreds of fans all over the country with their distinctive music and relatable, down-to-earth personalities. Composed of the Racho siblings Kaye, Randy, and Ken (mic and guitars, respectively), and joined by their childhood friends Isser (bass) and Rhan (drums), the elusive quintet’s first major gig in Manila didn’t happen until 2013; according to some members, had they not taken the risk and performed at Rakrakan Festival that year, they would have probably given up as a band. Since then, Drive Me to Juliet has been a staple at the annual OPM gathering, gaining the opportunity to perform and share their songs to a larger audience and reconnect with their avid Tagalog listeners every once a year. Apart from the festival, the band had also played live in schools such as at DLSU’s Green FM radio station and on online platforms Rappler Live Jam, Inquirer POP, and Rakista Radio.   Catch “Universe: Live in Manila” at the following dates and venues:    October 18 – 70’s Bistro, Anonas, Quezon City with Gracenote, The Republicats, Calebral, and Gin Rum & Truth  October 19 – Social House, Circuit Lane, Circuit Makati, Makati City with SUD, Bita and The Botflies, Jana Garcia, and Break Offenders (also from Cebu City)  October 22 – 12 Monkeys, El Pueblo, Ortigas, Pasig City with Saydie, Rouge, CHNDTR, and Tamara   Show starts at 8PM. Pre-sale tickets are available at P300 per head and 3 for P800 until October 16. For ticket reservations, send a message to SX Manila on Facebook or contact 09275629670 / 09175575945. Visit Drive Me to Juliet at www.facebook.com/drivemetojuliet for the official tour posters and more info. “Universe: Live in Manila” is presented by Drive Me to Juliet, SX Manila, and Parrot Productions.
    74 Posted by Rakista Radio
  • One of Cebu City’s well-beloved bands, Drive Me to Juliet, is coming to Manila for their first-ever headline bar tour and music video launch in the capital, aptly titled “Universe: Live in Manila”, since forming in 2009. The new music video, “Universe”, is also DMTJ’s first single off their upcoming second album due for release later this year. The music video launch tour will run across three key cities in Metro Manila, and is the band’s first production effort outside Cebu.   Best known for their schmaltzy songwriting about love, hope, and relationships as in “Saving Glass Heart” juxtaposed to feel-good and laid-back pop tunes featured in “Maybe It’s Better” or alongside raw, grungy undertones like in “Absence of Understanding”, Drive Me has driven hundreds of fans all over the country with their distinctive music and relatable, down-to-earth personalities. Composed of the Racho siblings Kaye, Randy, and Ken (mic and guitars, respectively), and joined by their childhood friends Isser (bass) and Rhan (drums), the elusive quintet’s first major gig in Manila didn’t happen until 2013; according to some members, had they not taken the risk and performed at Rakrakan Festival that year, they would have probably given up as a band. Since then, Drive Me to Juliet has been a staple at the annual OPM gathering, gaining the opportunity to perform and share their songs to a larger audience and reconnect with their avid Tagalog listeners every once a year. Apart from the festival, the band had also played live in schools such as at DLSU’s Green FM radio station and on online platforms Rappler Live Jam, Inquirer POP, and Rakista Radio.   Catch “Universe: Live in Manila” at the following dates and venues:    October 18 – 70’s Bistro, Anonas, Quezon City with Gracenote, The Republicats, Calebral, and Gin Rum & Truth  October 19 – Social House, Circuit Lane, Circuit Makati, Makati City with SUD, Bita and The Botflies, Jana Garcia, and Break Offenders (also from Cebu City)  October 22 – 12 Monkeys, El Pueblo, Ortigas, Pasig City with Saydie, Rouge, CHNDTR, and Tamara   Show starts at 8PM. Pre-sale tickets are available at P300 per head and 3 for P800 until October 16. For ticket reservations, send a message to SX Manila on Facebook or contact 09275629670 / 09175575945. Visit Drive Me to Juliet at www.facebook.com/drivemetojuliet for the official tour posters and more info. “Universe: Live in Manila” is presented by Drive Me to Juliet, SX Manila, and Parrot Productions.
    Oct 18, 2019 74
  • 14 Oct 2019
    Filipino pop rock trio Paramita is set to comeback this October for a special, one-night-only gig at Alamat Pub & Deli in BF Homes, Parañaque on Saturday, October 19.     Bringing us the tracks ‘Hiling’ and ‘Gatilyo’ in 2005 and debuting their sound through their full-length album Tala, the band disbanded in 2013 but still continued on supporting each of their members with their individual careers and projects.   Here’s a throwback with their music video of ‘Hiling’:  
    1404 Posted by Mikaela Foronda
  • Filipino pop rock trio Paramita is set to comeback this October for a special, one-night-only gig at Alamat Pub & Deli in BF Homes, Parañaque on Saturday, October 19.     Bringing us the tracks ‘Hiling’ and ‘Gatilyo’ in 2005 and debuting their sound through their full-length album Tala, the band disbanded in 2013 but still continued on supporting each of their members with their individual careers and projects.   Here’s a throwback with their music video of ‘Hiling’:  
    Oct 14, 2019 1404
  • 10 Oct 2019
      Horror rock band Mr. Bones And The Boneyard Circus is gearing up to release their latest album “The Grand Phantasma” on October 31, 2019, which also happens to be the band’s 10th anniversary. The launch event and celebration, entitled “The Grand Phantasma: Hal10ween Party” will be held at saGuijo Cafe and Bar, Makati City.   The Grand Phantasma: Hal10ween Party will feature a long set by Mr. Bones and the Boneyard Circus, as well as supporting musical performances by Bita and the Botflies, Delaney, Veralia, Banda ni Machineman, Maryzark, and a special visual performance by Kim Kong. The Boneyard will be transforming SaGuijo into their version of a Circus, and all attendees are encouraged to come in their wildest costumes.   Mr. Bones and the Boneyard Circus is Bones Frankenstein (vocals), Alvin Chan (guitar), Karl Kliatchko (guitar), Paige Buan (bass), Karl Vito Cruz (keyboards), Aldreen Alcantara (drums), and Xombie (backup vocals).   THE GRAND PHANTASMA Following Maria (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) released in 2019, Mr Bones and the Boneyard Circus has announced the details of their long-awaited fourth album, THE GRAND PHANTASMA, which will be released on Halloween, October 31, 2019, under Tower of Doom.  Leading up to the launch, Mr. Bones and the Boneyard Circus has released three singles from the upcoming record, each with its own storyline of a trilogy of music videos:   Take Me Down - September 13, 2017 - https://youtu.be/wbW7Yafmqgc   Blood on the Road - March 20, 2018 - https://youtu.be/ygCHPZz0oEs   Bedlam - July 21, 2019 - https://youtu.be/vrsqfHYDvSQ   THE GRAND PHANTASMA will consist of ten (10) tracks. Official tracklist is below:   1. The Grand Phantasma 2. Take Me Down 3. Bedlam 4. Blood on The Road 5. The Fall 6. Tiptoes of Emily 7. The Smiling Jackal 8. Sanctuary 9. Yours Truly 10. The Grand Phantasma (Reprise)   The Grand Phantasma will be available on Spotify, Apple Music, and other leading digital music platforms on October 31, 2019. Details on the physical release to follow.   Event poster by Paik Abanilla Photo by Carina Altomonte
    248 Posted by Mikaela Foronda
  •   Horror rock band Mr. Bones And The Boneyard Circus is gearing up to release their latest album “The Grand Phantasma” on October 31, 2019, which also happens to be the band’s 10th anniversary. The launch event and celebration, entitled “The Grand Phantasma: Hal10ween Party” will be held at saGuijo Cafe and Bar, Makati City.   The Grand Phantasma: Hal10ween Party will feature a long set by Mr. Bones and the Boneyard Circus, as well as supporting musical performances by Bita and the Botflies, Delaney, Veralia, Banda ni Machineman, Maryzark, and a special visual performance by Kim Kong. The Boneyard will be transforming SaGuijo into their version of a Circus, and all attendees are encouraged to come in their wildest costumes.   Mr. Bones and the Boneyard Circus is Bones Frankenstein (vocals), Alvin Chan (guitar), Karl Kliatchko (guitar), Paige Buan (bass), Karl Vito Cruz (keyboards), Aldreen Alcantara (drums), and Xombie (backup vocals).   THE GRAND PHANTASMA Following Maria (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) released in 2019, Mr Bones and the Boneyard Circus has announced the details of their long-awaited fourth album, THE GRAND PHANTASMA, which will be released on Halloween, October 31, 2019, under Tower of Doom.  Leading up to the launch, Mr. Bones and the Boneyard Circus has released three singles from the upcoming record, each with its own storyline of a trilogy of music videos:   Take Me Down - September 13, 2017 - https://youtu.be/wbW7Yafmqgc   Blood on the Road - March 20, 2018 - https://youtu.be/ygCHPZz0oEs   Bedlam - July 21, 2019 - https://youtu.be/vrsqfHYDvSQ   THE GRAND PHANTASMA will consist of ten (10) tracks. Official tracklist is below:   1. The Grand Phantasma 2. Take Me Down 3. Bedlam 4. Blood on The Road 5. The Fall 6. Tiptoes of Emily 7. The Smiling Jackal 8. Sanctuary 9. Yours Truly 10. The Grand Phantasma (Reprise)   The Grand Phantasma will be available on Spotify, Apple Music, and other leading digital music platforms on October 31, 2019. Details on the physical release to follow.   Event poster by Paik Abanilla Photo by Carina Altomonte
    Oct 10, 2019 248
  • 10 Oct 2019
    Iconic post-hardcore outfit Typecast gets us all excited for their big 20th anniversary treat this November.     In a Facebook post from the band’s page, they revealed what’s cooking in celebration of their second decade in the scene—and that’s four shows around the metro! There’s gonna be one at Upperhouse in Taguig, 12 Monkeys in Ortigas, then heading down south at 19 East in Sucat, and then at 70’s bistro at Quezon City.   We gotta stay tuned for more updates!    
    430 Posted by Mikaela Foronda
  • Iconic post-hardcore outfit Typecast gets us all excited for their big 20th anniversary treat this November.     In a Facebook post from the band’s page, they revealed what’s cooking in celebration of their second decade in the scene—and that’s four shows around the metro! There’s gonna be one at Upperhouse in Taguig, 12 Monkeys in Ortigas, then heading down south at 19 East in Sucat, and then at 70’s bistro at Quezon City.   We gotta stay tuned for more updates!    
    Oct 10, 2019 430
  • 07 Oct 2019
      Five-piece pop punk outfit Common Traps is set to take stage as they tour around the South to promote their debut EP, ‘Phases’.      Presented by Musika Laguna, the fourth leg of the Phases tour will be happening on October 12, 2019 at Big Mike’s Bar in Maxx Hotel, Makati. Together with the headlining band, the tour will also be featuring amazing performances by Written by The Stars, Anthem For Maria, Bad Chase, MNR MJRTY, Yonin High, Caloy’s Key, Specular, and Palmera Spring!   P200 gets you in when you arrive at the venue BEFORE 9:00 PM. From 9:01 PM onwards, damage would be P250. This already comes with a free drink!   Gates open at 6PM. Show starts at 7PM.  
    247 Posted by Mikaela Foronda
  •   Five-piece pop punk outfit Common Traps is set to take stage as they tour around the South to promote their debut EP, ‘Phases’.      Presented by Musika Laguna, the fourth leg of the Phases tour will be happening on October 12, 2019 at Big Mike’s Bar in Maxx Hotel, Makati. Together with the headlining band, the tour will also be featuring amazing performances by Written by The Stars, Anthem For Maria, Bad Chase, MNR MJRTY, Yonin High, Caloy’s Key, Specular, and Palmera Spring!   P200 gets you in when you arrive at the venue BEFORE 9:00 PM. From 9:01 PM onwards, damage would be P250. This already comes with a free drink!   Gates open at 6PM. Show starts at 7PM.  
    Oct 07, 2019 247
  • 02 Oct 2019
    Mentored by some of the country’s most iconic songwriters and sought after young artists, 26 promising singer-songwriters were able to enhance their musical potential at the latest staging of the PhilPop Bootcamp 2019 that took place from September 24 to 27 at Purok Marcela and Oldwood beach resorts in Lingayen, Pangasinan. PhilPop Executive Director Dinah Remolacio said that the PhilPop Bootcamp was borne out of the need to give more regional songwriters an opportunity to be part of the country’s premier songwriting competition. “We noticed that most of the PhilPop winners from 2012 to 2016 were from Metro Manila. There’s nothing wrong with that. But we also wanted to diversify PhilPop as music from the country’s provincial regions have their own distinct flavor and characteristics. We felt compelled to strengthen and empower these regional songwriters by giving them a platform for their music and to use education as an instrument to create more songs that can add to the treasure trove of Original Pilipino Music,” Remolacio pointed out. Given the opportunity and much to the delight of the Bootcamp’s coaches, most of these up-and-coming regional songwriters have responded favorably to PhilPop’s call as many of the 26 Fellows in the Pangasinan Bootcamp came from Northern and Southern Luzon. Strong batch of Fellows with high potential National Artist and Ramon Magsaysay awardee Ryan Cayabyab who helped pioneer PhilPop and remains one of its staunchest champions is excited for this batch of Fellows. “On the first day alone, we were already impressed with some of our Fellows. I can imagine we will discover more of these promising talented songwriters that we’re looking for. We will train them, share with them everything we know and provide them with the tools they need so that hopefully they leave the workshop with renewed and inspired lives to create new songs for the country,” enthused The Maestro, who kicked off the Bootcamp with an enlightening talk on Why Do We Write Songs. As Bootcamp Master, Cayabyab led a Dream Team of coaches that included equally celebrated composers like Jim Paredes (who gave an inspiring talk on Enhancing Your Creativity: Inspiring your Music Journey), Noel Cabangon (Songwriting Exercises and Lyric Writing for Advocacies), Trina Belamide (How Do We Start a Song?, Copyright and Basic Music Publishing), Gary Granada (Lyric Writing) and Jungee Marcelo (Writing Melody and Lyrics). These OPM legends worked side-by-side indefatigable arranger Marlon Barnuevo (Music Arrangement) as well as previous PhilPop winners Davey Langit, who together with the inseparable tandem of Thyro Alfaro & Yumi Lacsamana and twins Miguel and Paolo Guico of acoustic sensations Ben&Ben covered the topic, My Approach to Songwriting as they all shared their wealth of experience and tried-and-tested techniques to the mesmerized Fellows. Journalist Tina Arceo-Dumlao of the Philippine Daily Inquirer and author of the book, “Himig at Titik: A Tribute to Songwriters” also enlightened the mostly millennial participants of the Bootcamp with some valuable history lessons as she talked about The Story of OPM. Other topics covered during the Bootcamp include Digital Music Streaming and Music Video Production. Song Critique key to better songwriting Trina Belamide said one of the key activities in the PhilPop Bootcamp is the Song Critiquing that allows coaches to give their inputs on the Fellows’ individual compositions. “The Bootcamp is very output-oriented. We get to critique songs written by the Fellows that they could submit to PhilPop next year. Having us coaches critique their songs will give them the advantage of further improving and enhancing their work,” Belamide pointed out. Davey Langit agrees with Belamide in stressing the importance of song critique in the Bootcamp. “There are many factors that come into consideration when writing a song that in the context of PhilPop, can be considered as competition-worthy. More than just a marriage of melody and lyrics, there is also the arrangement, the story the composers are trying to tell and the message and emotions they wants to convey,” Langit explained. A little more push Noel Cabangon sees a lot of potential in this batch of Bootcamp Fellows. “They just need a little more push but this is why we have these workshops—to make them realize that songwriting is not something they can do out of sheer impulse. There are also certain considerations as they also need to be conscious of the lyrics, the melody and the rhythm. But many of them were able to present well during the exercises and I personally thought that collaborating with their group mates will go a long way in enhancing their skills,” Cabangon noted.As for the 26 Fellows, each of whom are now assured of a slot in the Top 300 submissions in next year’s PhilPop festival, all of them are thrilled to learn from the masters and take their craft to the next level. The Fellows speak “I expected the Bootcamp to teach me a lot but it actually taught me more than I expected it would. It went beyond the basics and helped me arrange my thoughts so it became clearer to me to understand why I’m doing this,” noted budding tunesmith Stephanie Lavoie. Pauline Lauron, who worked as a Junior Artist and Repertoire producer for a record label and an alumna of the groundbreaking Elements Music Camp that inspired the PhilPop Bootcamp, said she joined the camp to get a “refresher course” as she stopped writing songs for a while. “I will definitely write more songs after this Bootcamp. It’s very heartening to see the willingness and the excitement to learn on the part of my fellow campers and their openness to absorb anything that’s discussed here,” quipped Lauron who currently works as a freelance back-up singer. Christian “Ian” Dumaplin, who has been a professional musician since 2003, admitted that for all his experience, he still learned a lot from the PhilPop Bootcamp. “More than anything, I also found it very inspiring to be in the company of my fellow songwriters and at the same time be encouraged by my accomplished coaches,” he beamed. PhilPop Bootcamp 2019 is an initiative of the PhilPop Music Foundation, chaired by Mr. Manny V. Pangilinan. This year's PhilPop is co-presented by SMART, MERALCO, and MAYNILAD and is supported by the National Quincentennial Committee (NQC), the local government unit of Lingayen, Pangasinan and venue partners Oldwood Resort and Purok Marcela.  
    104 Posted by Rakista Radio
  • Mentored by some of the country’s most iconic songwriters and sought after young artists, 26 promising singer-songwriters were able to enhance their musical potential at the latest staging of the PhilPop Bootcamp 2019 that took place from September 24 to 27 at Purok Marcela and Oldwood beach resorts in Lingayen, Pangasinan. PhilPop Executive Director Dinah Remolacio said that the PhilPop Bootcamp was borne out of the need to give more regional songwriters an opportunity to be part of the country’s premier songwriting competition. “We noticed that most of the PhilPop winners from 2012 to 2016 were from Metro Manila. There’s nothing wrong with that. But we also wanted to diversify PhilPop as music from the country’s provincial regions have their own distinct flavor and characteristics. We felt compelled to strengthen and empower these regional songwriters by giving them a platform for their music and to use education as an instrument to create more songs that can add to the treasure trove of Original Pilipino Music,” Remolacio pointed out. Given the opportunity and much to the delight of the Bootcamp’s coaches, most of these up-and-coming regional songwriters have responded favorably to PhilPop’s call as many of the 26 Fellows in the Pangasinan Bootcamp came from Northern and Southern Luzon. Strong batch of Fellows with high potential National Artist and Ramon Magsaysay awardee Ryan Cayabyab who helped pioneer PhilPop and remains one of its staunchest champions is excited for this batch of Fellows. “On the first day alone, we were already impressed with some of our Fellows. I can imagine we will discover more of these promising talented songwriters that we’re looking for. We will train them, share with them everything we know and provide them with the tools they need so that hopefully they leave the workshop with renewed and inspired lives to create new songs for the country,” enthused The Maestro, who kicked off the Bootcamp with an enlightening talk on Why Do We Write Songs. As Bootcamp Master, Cayabyab led a Dream Team of coaches that included equally celebrated composers like Jim Paredes (who gave an inspiring talk on Enhancing Your Creativity: Inspiring your Music Journey), Noel Cabangon (Songwriting Exercises and Lyric Writing for Advocacies), Trina Belamide (How Do We Start a Song?, Copyright and Basic Music Publishing), Gary Granada (Lyric Writing) and Jungee Marcelo (Writing Melody and Lyrics). These OPM legends worked side-by-side indefatigable arranger Marlon Barnuevo (Music Arrangement) as well as previous PhilPop winners Davey Langit, who together with the inseparable tandem of Thyro Alfaro & Yumi Lacsamana and twins Miguel and Paolo Guico of acoustic sensations Ben&Ben covered the topic, My Approach to Songwriting as they all shared their wealth of experience and tried-and-tested techniques to the mesmerized Fellows. Journalist Tina Arceo-Dumlao of the Philippine Daily Inquirer and author of the book, “Himig at Titik: A Tribute to Songwriters” also enlightened the mostly millennial participants of the Bootcamp with some valuable history lessons as she talked about The Story of OPM. Other topics covered during the Bootcamp include Digital Music Streaming and Music Video Production. Song Critique key to better songwriting Trina Belamide said one of the key activities in the PhilPop Bootcamp is the Song Critiquing that allows coaches to give their inputs on the Fellows’ individual compositions. “The Bootcamp is very output-oriented. We get to critique songs written by the Fellows that they could submit to PhilPop next year. Having us coaches critique their songs will give them the advantage of further improving and enhancing their work,” Belamide pointed out. Davey Langit agrees with Belamide in stressing the importance of song critique in the Bootcamp. “There are many factors that come into consideration when writing a song that in the context of PhilPop, can be considered as competition-worthy. More than just a marriage of melody and lyrics, there is also the arrangement, the story the composers are trying to tell and the message and emotions they wants to convey,” Langit explained. A little more push Noel Cabangon sees a lot of potential in this batch of Bootcamp Fellows. “They just need a little more push but this is why we have these workshops—to make them realize that songwriting is not something they can do out of sheer impulse. There are also certain considerations as they also need to be conscious of the lyrics, the melody and the rhythm. But many of them were able to present well during the exercises and I personally thought that collaborating with their group mates will go a long way in enhancing their skills,” Cabangon noted.As for the 26 Fellows, each of whom are now assured of a slot in the Top 300 submissions in next year’s PhilPop festival, all of them are thrilled to learn from the masters and take their craft to the next level. The Fellows speak “I expected the Bootcamp to teach me a lot but it actually taught me more than I expected it would. It went beyond the basics and helped me arrange my thoughts so it became clearer to me to understand why I’m doing this,” noted budding tunesmith Stephanie Lavoie. Pauline Lauron, who worked as a Junior Artist and Repertoire producer for a record label and an alumna of the groundbreaking Elements Music Camp that inspired the PhilPop Bootcamp, said she joined the camp to get a “refresher course” as she stopped writing songs for a while. “I will definitely write more songs after this Bootcamp. It’s very heartening to see the willingness and the excitement to learn on the part of my fellow campers and their openness to absorb anything that’s discussed here,” quipped Lauron who currently works as a freelance back-up singer. Christian “Ian” Dumaplin, who has been a professional musician since 2003, admitted that for all his experience, he still learned a lot from the PhilPop Bootcamp. “More than anything, I also found it very inspiring to be in the company of my fellow songwriters and at the same time be encouraged by my accomplished coaches,” he beamed. PhilPop Bootcamp 2019 is an initiative of the PhilPop Music Foundation, chaired by Mr. Manny V. Pangilinan. This year's PhilPop is co-presented by SMART, MERALCO, and MAYNILAD and is supported by the National Quincentennial Committee (NQC), the local government unit of Lingayen, Pangasinan and venue partners Oldwood Resort and Purok Marcela.  
    Oct 02, 2019 104

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  • Runaways - Japan (1977 - Full Concert HD)(DHV 2011)
    by Rakista Radio 155 1 0
    This concert with sound Live in Japan CD (Super) by Tuscadero10 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQXUwowPqDY 00:12 - *Intro 01:38 - *Come On [beginning of song with strong tunnel noise] 05:26 - Queens Of Noise 09:00 - California Paradise 11:47 - *You Drive Me Wild 15:11 - All Right You Guys 18:54 - *I Love Playin' With Fire 22:02 - Wild Thing 25:24 - Rock & Roll 29:42 - Neon Angels On The Road To Ruin 33:27 - Cherry Bomb 35:45 - *Blackmail 37:24 - *I Wanna Be Where The Boys Are 40:09 - American Nights 44:28 - Secrets * - concert audio with behind the scenes videos The Runaways - Live in Japan (Concert Nights DHV 2011) Tokyo, Japan 1977 Line-Up ----------------- Joan Jett - guitar, vocals Sandy West - drums, vocals Lita Ford - guitar Cherie Currie - lead vocals Jackie Fox - bass, vocals ----------------- Thx Runaways and recorders & traders ! (sorry my english) Source of my Diamond Heart Version is out-of-print VHS rip DVD. Best visuality is: HD resolution, fullscreened and you see 2-3 meter from monitor in dark room ! (VHS quality - NO WONDER) Human eye is not eagle eye. When looking at a distance, disappear many glitches of video. I find sucessfully parameters of filter against strong white light. Now better, natural colors on faces of girls. Cavalcade of strong and wild colours on stage. Up - normal stage lighting with many reflectors. Back and Front - many strong white reflectors. Left and Right side - colours reflectors. Some headlights. On front stage ground at microphones 3-3 pink reflectors. Video: - NTSC colors balanced to PAL, enhanced colors - Dark-Light range wide - cropping, medium video-noise reduction Sound: - vocal range and above balanced - light hiss reduction, normalized Rebalanced VHSrip sound is not clear, but very "dirty" rock'n'roll sound.
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  • The Police, Gateshead, England, July 31, 1982
    by Rakista Radio 95 1 0
    Live Ghost In The Machine: Message In A Bottle; Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic; Walking On The Moon; Spirits In The Material World; Hungry For You; WTWIRD; Bed's Too Big Without You; De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da; Demolition Man; Shadows In The Rain; Driven To Tears; Bring On The Night; One World (Not Three); Invisible Sun; Roxanne; Don't Stand So Close To Me; Can't Stand Losing You/Sally Be My Girl; So Lonely
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  • Ramones - Live At The Rainbow - December 31, 1977
    by Rakista Radio 38 1 0
    The Ramones played the Rainbow Theater in London on December 31, 1977. The show became It's Alive, which was released in April 1979. It's Alive is considered one of the best punk records of all time. Enjoy. Blitzkrieg Bop I Wanna Be Well Glad to See You Go You’re Gonna Kill That Girl Commando Havana Affair Cretin Hop Listen to My Heart I Don’t Wanna Walk Around With You Pinhead Do You Wanna Dance? Now I Wanna Be a Good Boy Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue We’re A Happy Family
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  • Muziklaban 2019 Ep. 9
    by Mr Grimm 76 0 0
    Ito na ang Red Horse Beer Pambansang Muziklaban 2019 Ep. 9 Astig performance mula sa kampo ng AKLAS! 1. LONG PLAYING 00:24 2. STUKA SIREN 08:47 3. MINDAVE 17:43 4. HEROES NO MORE 25:17 5. STELLA 34:32 6. MIKLAYA 43:08 7. MORE THAN LINDA 53:27 8. HESITATIONS 59:33 9. JURASSIC PARDS 1:08:13 10. KARMA 1:16:04 Sino kaya ang tatanghaling Kampeon ngayon Muziklaban 2019? Dalawang dekada, dalawang kampeon, wantusawang rakrakan! Sa AKLAS ka ba? O sa LAKAS? Sali na sa Red Horse Beer Pambansang Muziklaban ng Rakista Radio! Para sa updates visit : https://web.facebook.com/redhorsebeermuziklaban/ o http://www.redhorsebeer.com A Ridzpit Empyrean Co. Production (R.E.C.) Book Artists | Event Production & Consultancy | Music & Video Production | Social Media Services | Rakrakan Festival & Partnership | Website Design, Hosting & Management | Advertise with Rakista Radio http://recph.com
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