Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Velvet Underground - Squeeze 1973

...or Squeeze some money out of Velvet Underground.
This album is the unholy grail in the Velvet Underground history, no original members, well, Moe Tucker was a member, but not included in the recording sessions. Doug Yule, a member of the band since the self titled record, Velvet Underground, where he replaced John Cale. Back to Squeeze, its not all bad,some good songs, some not so good,I think uneven is a good word for it. Its fair to say it's not a Velvet Underground album, in my opinion it lacks the Velvet magic(and most, if not all of its members), so it's a Doug Yule solo record under a more familiar band name. The album was produced by Doug Yule with some help from Ian Paice, known from Deep Purple, he also did the drums.

Oh well, the wikipedia article is quite good and you should read it.

I hope this one will finally get reissued, it would be cool to have it in the collection without spending shitloads of money on ebay.

Enjoy and remember, it may be written Velvet Underground, but its pronounced Doug Yule.

Judas Eukaryote....

01. Little Jack
02. Crash
03. Caroline
04. Mean Old Man
05. Dopey Joe
06. Wordless
07. She'll Make You Cry
08. Friends
09. Send No Letter
10. Jack & Jane
11. Louise

Line up:
Doug Yule – lead vocal, guitar, keyboards, bass guitar
Ian Paice – drums

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?i99adarhso98cnn

Monday, January 10, 2011

Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band - The Legendary A&M Sessions 65/66

Five songs, short and sweet, from the great Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band. This is what they sounded like in the very beginning, before they went totally avangard. Great fuzzy blues with awesome vocals. If you are new to Beefheart, your next one to check out should be Safe as Milk, then Mirror Man Sessions and then the great and crazy Trout Mask Replica. They are easily available everywere. They are all well worth the money.


R.I.P Captain Beefheart - the magic lives on.
Judas Eukaryote

Don Van Vliet - vocals, harmonica
Jerry Handley - bass guitar
Richard Hepner - guitar
Doug Moon - guitar
Alex Snouffer - drums

01. Diddy Wah Diddy
02. Who Do You Think You're Fooling
03. Moonchild
04. Frying Pan
05. Here I Am I Always Am

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?552dzun6m91j615

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Removing 666

Got this on in the comment section:

"Dag E. Salsten said...

Hi Judas Eukaryote

Please remove your link to download the 666 album. Download is illegal and violates rules of copyright. I am manager of 666 and the man behind 666 LIVE albums on the label NO NOISE REDUCTION.

Mr Salsten."

The funny thing is that I was writing some stuff for my next 666 post, guess thats never gonna happen. Sure, its illegal to share copyrighted material, but at least I'm not selling a cdr with xeroxed covers and shit(or other mediocre bootlegs). I do not make any money on this, and those who do make money on bootlegs, they are the true assholes. Also, I hope that people who like what they hear do the right thing, and BUY the music. If they can find it that is. I hope you didn't download any of "my" stuff or any other criminal mp3 on the internet, I dont want you to loose any sleep at night.

If Mr. Manager reads this, I hope he can give us all a hint to where we can buy his stuff. The best would be if he made some new cd's, mastered, pressed and printed professionally (vinyl or silver cd). One disc, one track of each song, tree cd's with only ten songs on repeat is just to much. Then it could be worth something.

To bad we all cant be friends and enjoy music of all sorts, the good, the bad and the ugly.

Remember kids, buy music, support the scene and feed starving musicians and their managers.

Judas Eukaryote

Monday, January 3, 2011

D.R. Hooker Band - Armageddon

Yup. I'm back. I think. And with me this time is D.R. Hooker and band, this is the follow up album to the masterpiece The Truth. This record was released in 1979, but the recordings are from the time around when The Truth was recorded and released. The back cover says, WARNING: DEMO TAPES & ROUGH MIXES, should you save your precious ears? No no no, this is still good stuff, well worth listening too. The music itself is pretty much in the same vein in as The Truth, with some prog moves and crazy moog sounds. Thats it for now, maybe there will be a new post later this week.. Btw, the original press is very expensive, but cheap represses can be easily found at ebay.

And, this isn't my rip, big thanks to the original ripper.

Hooked again(?)
Judas Eukaryote

Line up:

D.R. Hooker - vocals, guitar
Carrol Yanni - guitar
Bert McDevitt - drums
Bob Reardon - keyboards
Steve Malkan - bass


01. Hello
02. This Moment
03. Free
04. Winter
0T. 5his Thing
06. A Tormented Heart
07. Kamala
08. Armageddon

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?oza7mmdfxkqbyzo

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

on the rocks, no roll

this blog is put on ice, until global warming saves us all

Judas Eukaryote

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

I have returned / my new outfit

R.I.P Woody Guthrie

R.I.P Darth Maul, and a song about you

Here's to Quai-Gon Jinn and Kenobi too
And to all the good people that fought against you
Here's to the hearts and the hands of the men
That come with the force and are gone with the wind.

The truth is that I don't play the guitar and the force is weak in me, but I liked the pic and felt like to share and brag.
Judas Eukaryote

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Alejandro Jodorowsky's El Topo OST 1970

Another Jodorowsky soundtrack, this time to the fantastic western movie El Topo(the mole in english), which has fans such as John Lennon, David Lynch, Dennis Hopper and Marilyn Manson. The movie is filled with bizarre and sickening images, and a story that could be inspired by some old testament lunacy. Nice soundtrack for a great movie, in the same vein as Holy Mountain. If you haven't seen the movie, I command you, check it out!

About the cover art, I think these movieposters are sooo much cooler than the soundtrack cover art, so i decided to use the posters. Btw, kret is the polish word for mole. Did I ask for permission? Neh... but visist http://www.homework.com.pl/ for more fancy posters.

In a hole with the mole
Judas Eukaryote

Composed by:
Alejandro Jodorowsky
John Barham

01. Burial of the First Toy
02. Under the Earth
03. The Pigs Monastery
04. The Holy Beggars
05. Death is Birth
06. Mexican Curios
07. Living Water
08. Vals Fantasma
09. The Soul Born in the Blood
10. Topo Triste
11. The Sugar Gods
12. Flowers Born in the Mud
13. The Hell of the Prostituted Angels
14. March of the Eyes in the Triangles
15. The Pain of the Honey
16. 300 Rabbits
17. Knowledge Through Music
18. The First Flower After the Flood

Download: wtf this link keep getting fuckd, gonna fix it tomorrow

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Mickey Newbury - Triad Studio Sessions, Eugene, OR,1991

Copy/paste from the web:

"In 1991, Newbury recorded some demo tracks at Triad Studios in Eugene, Oregon, as a favour to the previous owner. He wasn't satisfied with the tracks, mostly covers, and they were never released. But on the two occasions when he sings his own songs, he goes off into two- or three-song medleys, and these just may be some of the best stuff he ever did."

Google it....

Judas Eukaryote


01. Genevieve - Lovers - How Many Times (M. Newbury)
02. Pledging My Love (D. Robey/F. Washington)
03. They Will Never Take Her Love (L. Payne)
04. Unchained Melody (H. Zarat)
05. Ivory Tower (J. Fulton/L. Steele)
06. You Win Again (H. Williams)
07. Summertime (G. Gershwin)
08. Just Dropped In - Wish I Was (M. Newbury)


Mickey Newbury - guitar, vocals
Dale Bradley - cello

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?yrmyixt0imu

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Monday, June 28, 2010

KILLL - Live at Øya 2006

DigiMetal. Extreme something meets extreme other thing. Organized chaos. Norwegian. Fuzz and crazy space effects. Just words. Listen to the sounds. I didnt cut it into pieces since its kinda hard to know when and where, also, its best to listen to the whole monster(ca 38min) in one.

Check out www.b-o-r-g.org and www.myspace.com/killlnorway.

All the guys are known from other bands and projects, Martin Horntveth from Jaga Jazzist, Are Mokkelbost from Single Unit, Erlend Mokkelbost from J.R. Ewing and Espen T. Hangård from Noplacetohide.

Rejoice in the noise
Judas Eukaryote

Martin Horntveth - DigiDrums
Are Mokkelbost - DigiVoice, DigiBass, DigiSynth
Erlend Mokkelbost - DigiGuitar
Espen T. Hangård - DigiGuitar
Kyrre Heldal Karlsen - DigiLights

Killl - Live at Øya, Oslo, Norway 2006

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?ty5yomyymno

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Maiden Voyage: A Wide Selection Of Grooves From Norway '66 - '76

This is truly a wide selection, the best and the weirdest from the Norwegian rock and jazz scene between 1966 - 76. Lots of great tracks and some not so good, most of it are from long out of print records and dusty archives. Its mostly jazzy fusion/rock/r'n'b stuff, a couple of covers and some film music, and a cool tape manipulation track from Arne Nordheim, who died not long ago. A review doesn't do this compilation justice, this is just something you have to listen to yourself. This compilation was released in 2002. Two others followed, and I might put them up later.

My favorite tracks are Misty Canyon, Wheels, Whine and Wail, Solar Plexus and of course Heaven and Hell, from the cult movie Himmel og Helvete, starring a young Lillebjørn Nilsen as a hash addict, a "true" drug horror story from 1969. Thats a surreal piece of Norwegian movie history worth hunting down. Hilarious propaganda. DUCK AND COVER!

Also worth mentioning are the great cover art by Tore Hansen, who usually write and illustrate childrens books.

Back on track with a one-way ticket
Judas Eukaryote


01. Sven Libaek And His Orchestra - Misty Canyon
02. Karin Krog - Maiden Voyage(Herbie Hancock cover)
03. Playmates - Leaving For Love
04. Egil Monn Iversen/Inger Lise Rypdal - Heaven and Hell
05. Difference - Outside
06. Kjell Karlsen's Orkester - La, La, La
07. Rain - Whine And Wail
08. Bendik Singers - Afrotid
09. Frode Thingnæs - Wheels
10. We-Be Karlsen - If You Could
11. Good News - Konklusjon
12. Little Earl Wilson And The Sapphires - I Can't Believe It
13. Karin Krog / Public Enemies - Watermelon Man(Herbie Hancock cover)
14. Arne Nordheim - Solar Plexus

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?5yyomlzjdkm

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Covenant - In Times Before The Light

More Norwegian black metal, but not nekro like Mayhem, this is a symphonic synth based classic by Covenant, or The Kovenant as they are known today. In Times Before The Light was released by a small label called Mordgrimm in 1995, and I think this was their only release. This is the original mix and straight from the original cd. Other version has also been released, a industrial circus version in 2002, with lots of new sounds and samples and a remastered version in 2007, with bonus tracks. I havent heard the latest one, so I cant comment on the sound. But the industrial circus version was a fun ride, and is worth checking out. Covenant released a couple of good albums after this on, but their latest was really bad and they are "working" on a follw-up, but dont get your hopes up, they have been "working" on that one for years, and I doubt we will hear it soon....

Judas Eukaryote

Line up:
N. Blackheart aka Lex Icon– vocals, drums, synth
T. Blackheart aka Psy Coma – guitars, bass, synth

01. Towards the Crown of Nights
02. Dragonstorms
03. The Dark Conquest
04. From the Storm of Shadows
05. Night of the Blackwinds
06. The Chasm
07. Visions of a Lost Kingdom
08. Through the Eyes of the Raven
09. In Times Before the Light
10. Monarchs of the Mighty Darkness

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?jg1mnmhwktm

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Mayhem - Pure Fucking Armaggedon

Warning: This recording is filthy and fucked up Norwegian black metal with über nekro sound and your ears may cry blood when listening to it.

Mayhem's first demo, Pure Fucking Armageddon, released in 1986. If you want this, you already know Mayhem and you don't need any introduction to them. If you don't know them, this is the wrong place to start, well, I'm not sure what the right one is, but you could try the legendary album De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas and read about them at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mayhem_band.

The source for this rip is a cd bootleg made ca ten years ago.

Don't enjoy, suffer
Judas Eukaryote

Euronymous - guitars, vocals
Necrobutcher - bass
Manheim - drums

1.Voice of a Tortured Skull
4.Black Metal (Venom cover)
5.Pure Fucking Armageddon
6.Mayhem (Unmixed)
7.Ghoul (Unmixed)
8.Pure Fucking Armageddon (Unmixed)
9.Carnage (Unmixed)

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?b1rjiodln54

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Two Lectures By Nick Cave - The Secret Life Of The Love Song & The Flesh Made Word

The Secret Life of the Love Song is Nick Cave's personal guide to "what is" and "how to write" a love song. Originally written for the Vienna Poetry Festival 1998 and performed to great success at The Royal Festival Hall, London in 1999, this is a studio recording of that lecture. It includes five new recordings of the songs West Country Girl, People Ain't no Good, Sad Waters, Love Letter, and Far From Me. The Word Made Flesh is a spoken-word piece, re-recorded, originally written and performed for the BBC in 1996. There is a lot of references to god/jesus/the bible etc, although I'm no jesus-lover, far from it actually, I find it very interesting to hear what Nick Cave has to say about it and what his angle is. Hope you do to.

Judas Eukaryote

Nick Cave

1. Secret Life of the Love Song
2. Flesh Made Word

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?m2m1mq5qwza

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Martin Horntveth - Skull EP

Where to begin... Martin Horntveth is the drummer in Jaga Jazzist, and this is his solo project. Its pretty far from Jaga, but you can hear some influences in there somewhere. Its a bit hard to explain the music, its electronic cut up jazzy freak music. My advice is that you download, listen and judge yourself. This EP was released in 2003 and we are waiting for more. I also have his first solo EP, Fast Motion, I you want me to share it, give me some feedback in the comments.

Judas Eukaryote

Martin Horntveth - everything

01. 100%
02. Comic
03. Skull, Lights & Neonsigns
04. Sole (Remix)
05. Radio/Radio/TV/Sleep
06. Szakal Is Home For X-Mas

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?wgmyikkyie0

Friday, June 4, 2010

Einstürzende Neubautens first concert!

30 years ago Einstürzende Neubauten was born, and they played their first concert at a club called Moon on the 1st of April 1980. The lineup was very different from what i would be later on, and the sound and songs are pretty different too. I like to listen to this once in a while and enjoy the diversity in Neubautens music, from this to that, and whatever they are doing right now. Gotta love them. So I hope you can appreciate this fuzzy, but historical important recording of this great German band. Lets hope they keep going at least 30 years more.

Over the Moon
Judas Eukaryote

Cover art stolen from http://www.fromthearchives.org/ - the best EN source on the web

Blixa Bargeld - vocals, guitar
Beate Bartel - bass
Gudrun Gut - synthesiser
N.U. Unruh - drums

01. Gier
02. Hoeren - Gehoert werden
03. Atomarer Walzer - Sprachlos
04. Frisches Blut fuer Berlin

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?wzme1onz1u5

Kevin McMahon is pissed off!

Im back.
And there is lifesigns from Kevin McMahon, thats good too, check out this video he posted on http://www.luckypierremusic.com - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZG5U3Gv6Ces.

Spreading the word
Judas Eukaryote

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Liars - w.f.o.g.w.t.b.o.o.o.

or "We Fenced Other Gardens With the Bones of Our Own". I was listening to some more Liars after posting the first singel and decided to upload one more Liars singel today. This one was made to promote the same album as the first singel I uploaded, "They Were Wrong, So We Drowned" in 2004.

more lies from
Judas Eukaryote

Angus Andrew - vocals, guitar
Aaron Hemphill - percussion, guitar, synth
Julian Gross - drums

01. We Fenced Other Gardens With the Bones of Our Own
02. Sex Boy(Germs cover)
03. The Fountain and Its Monologue

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?mjdznmmnmlm

Einstü.... Liars - There's Always Room On The Broom

Maybe you have seen this cover before, I have, and maybe you have heard Liars before. If you haven't, you should check them out, they are great, although not as great as the band they borrowed the cover art from, but dont think about that, that would be comparing apples and orangutans. Liars play catchy and noisy alternative rock, in their special own way. Get updated over at www.liarsliarsliars.com.

On the broom
Judas Eukaryote

Angus Andrew - vocals, guitar
Aaron Hemphill - percussion, guitar, synth
Julian Gross - drums

1. There's Always Room on the Broom
2. Skull & Crossbrooms
3. Broom

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?4wltd1hmnzt

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Nine Inch Nails - PHM demo 1988

I'm back from the deep dreamless slumber called "without-the-great-Internet". And I bring you some NIN demos from before Pretty Hate Machine, the first official release of NIN. The demo was recorded in 1988(I think) and they don't really sound like the NIN we all love, but still, its cool to hear what Trent Reznor was doing back then. Actually, I think I enjoy this stuff more than his latest releases, but that's just me.... I hope you like it too. This probably isn't the rarest stuff floating around the www, but the sound quality and the "historical value" makes it worth sharing.

Judas Eukaryote 

Trent Reznor - everything(?)

01. Intro
02. Sanctified
03. Maybe Just Once
04. The Only Time
05. Kinda Want To
06. That's What I Get
07. Purest Feeling
08. Ring Finger
09. Down In It

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?mmtmm0zyzzy

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

The lost Cosmos Episode!

This TV-interview was recorded in 1989 as a bonus to the VHS edition of the Cosmos series, why its not on the dvd edition, I don't know. Dr. Carl Sagan is interviewed by Ted Turner, and they talk about many of the themes from Cosmos, since its recorded 9 years after the original series a lot of things have changed. And now 21 years later, things have changed even more, so it may seem a bit dated, but we are still plagued by pollution, superstition and greed, so things are kinda the same, it just have new names. All in all, a great interview, lots of great stuff. I ripped this from youtube, so big thanks to the original poster, klockantre. There are nothing special happening in the video, so it works fine as audio only too.

Judas Eukaryote

Youtube links:


Video download:

Audio part only:

Monday, May 17, 2010

Is It Rolling Bob? A Reggae Tribute to Bob Dylan

Bod Dylan plays Bob Dylan the best, most of the time, and Im not saying that this tribute is the best in the world, but its a nice, laidback reggae tribute to Dylan. Its kinda refreshing to hear these songs in reggae versions, so if you like Bob Dylan and/or reggae you should give it a try, if you are some sort of boring purist, stay away. This is a record best enjoyed in the sun or in good company, remember to bring beer or whatever you need to get in the mood for some dylanesque reggae.

Judas Eukaryote

Apple Gabriel
Toots Hibbert
Beres Hammond
The Mighty Diamonds
Michael Rose
Gregory Isaacs
JC Lodge
Billy Mystic
Bob Dylan

01. Apple Gabriel - The Times They Are A-Changin' -
02. Toots Hibbert - Maggie's Farm
03. Beres Hammond - Just Like A Woman
04. The Mighty Diamonds - Lay, Lady, Lay
05. Nasio - Gotta Serve Somebody
06. Luciano - Knockin' On Heaven's Door
07. Michael Rose - The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carrol
08. Sizzla - Subterranean Homesick Blues
09. Gregory Isaacs - Mr. Tambourine Man
10. JC Lodge - Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
11. Abijah - One Too Many Mornings
12. Don Carlos - Blowin' In The Wind
13. Billy Mystic - A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
14. Bob Dylan - I And I (Reggae Remix)

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?ggyz5ugnmjm

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Johnny Cash - American Outtakes Part 2

Part two of the Johnny Cash American Outtakes post. More great outtakes, this one has better sound than the other one, and some of the songs are so great that they should have been released officially. Well, they are still releasing albums post mortem, so it might happen. I Witnessed A Crime feat ZZ Tops Billy Gibbons are my favourite on this boot and worth the download time alone. The cover of Kris Kristofferson song To beat the Devil is also really good, btw, Kristoffersons original recording was dedicated to "John and June". The www says it was recorded in Rick Rubins livingroom betweein the 17. and 20. may, 1993.

Judas Eukaryote

Johnny Cash - guitar, vocal
Billy Gibbons - guitar on I Witnessed A Crime

01. For Heaven's Sake
02. I'm A Drifter
03. I Witnessed A Crime (with Billy Gibbons)
04. Banks of The Ohio
05. The Next Time I'm In Town
06. Breaking Bread
07. To Beat The Devi
08. Friends In California
09. The Caretaker
10. The Wonder of You
11. East Virginia Blues
12. Bury Me Not
13. I'm Just An Old Chunk Of Coal
14. Go On Blues
15. If I Give My Soul

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?zeytyhyymdj

Friday, May 14, 2010

Johnny Cash - American Outtakes Part 1

You know, this is almost as good as some of the official American Recordings, its stripped down as far as you can, only Johnny and his guitar. The sound is good(only some tapehiss), the tracklist is good, and his voice is still strong. Most of the covers "makes sense", not like on some of the rather strange choices on the later records. I think the recording is from 93 or 94, based on the songs and his voice. Also, Im pretty sure its Rick Rubin holding the mic. Its a bit confusing, since its two Cash boots with the same name, American Outtakes, but thats life, I will post the other one later, and that one is maybe the best of the two.

Turn on, drop out, Cash in
Judas Eukaryote

Johnny Cash - guitar, vocal

01. Cowboy's prayer/Oh bury me not Take 1
02. Cowboy's prayer/Oh bury me not Take 2
03. Just the other side of nowhere Take 1
04. Just the other side of nowhere Take 2
05. Drive on
06. Delia's gone Take 1
07. Delia's gone Take 2
08. Long black veil
09. The fourth man
10. Why me Take 1
11. Why me Take 2
12. Waiting for a train
13. Flesh and blood
14. Like a soldier
15. Go where I send thee
16. Loving her was easier Take 1
17. Loving her was easier Take 2
18. T for Texas Take 1
19. T for Texas Take 2
20. Down there by the train
21. East Virginia blue
22. Thirteen
23. The beast in me
24. What on earth

Download: http://www.mediafire.com/?mmnl3wmfbrj

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Remember when we were super best friends?

...not anymore.

No music today.

This hypocrisy/stupidity/fascism pisses me off, I guess our western civilization is failing. The trend has to turn, superstition is ruining my day. Long live science, reason and our freedom of expression!

Judas Eukaryote

"With the first link, the chain is forged. The first speech censured, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably."
-Jean-Luc Picard