Monday, May 10, 2010

[Golden Ring Records] - Eugen Thomass - Sound Music Album 29, Die Jahreszeiten (Frühling-Sommer)

Golden Ring Records - s 5291-13 - Eugen Thomass - Sound Music Album 29, Die Jahreszeiten (Frühling-Sommer)



  1. Thanks for offering these rarities.

  2. Hi,

    I just have a question.
    I've listened to one of 'Mike Moore Copmany' albums recently.
    It was realeased in 1983 in Kitsch Electronic Style without any vocals.

    I just want to know about the other albums by this composer.
    Are all of his albums in the same style or are we going to face some Jazz , Vocals, and etc.. in the other albums by this composer?

    Does anyone know anything?

    Thanks in advance.

  3. Golden Ring albums always come as nice suggestions that are impossible to refuse for me...Another very deserved thank you!

  4. My pleasure! I'm unfamiliar with Mike Moore Company, gonna check it out.

  5. Thanks very much for all the great downloads! I've added a lot of new items to my wish list because of blogs like yours. However, I must say Rapidshare sucks more than ever!!! I wish these files were available elsewhere. Their new tactics are an attempt to force people to pay for "faster download" accounts, yet they don't pay labels or artists anything for all the lost sales of CDs, records and tapes. I refuse to pay Rapidshare anything.

  6. @Anonymous: To be fair, almost every file hosting service offers up premium accounts, and Rapidshare's tactics are hardly new. Rapidshare just so happens to be the market leader as far as file hosting is concerned. To be honest I used to feel the exact same way as you. Before Rapidshare started charging for their premium accounts, most of the file hosting services were free and without wait times. Rapidshare changed all that, and I hated them for it at the time. Somehow they still managed to gain the majority of the market share, despite the fact that other file hosting services didn't have wait times.

    I found it rather ironic that so many pirates on warez boards and the like were willing to pay Rapidshare to be able to download pirated commercial items for free. It seemed somewhat contradictory to me at the time, and I suppose it still does, but now it seems to be the status quo in the file hosting market.

    Mediafire and a few others still allow non-premium members to download without wait times, but I wouldn't doubt it if that changed soon. I hope that isn't the case, especially considering the majority of the files I host for my own blog are on Mediafire.

    Of all the file hosting services with wait times and premium accounts, I have noticed that Megaupload links stay alive much much longer than any other service by far. If I see a link that is 3 to 4 years old, normally I won't bother clicking on it if I know it is hosted at Rapidshare. However, I always give it a go if it is hosted on MU, and 9 times out of 10 the link is still active. Just thought I would chime in on the subject.