Requests part 3

Okay so last time, I was elated to find a certain LP (largely by accident) which turned out to be a top shelf disque for Shaw. One track in particular sounds too much like a certain other group of tracks to be a coincidence. I ABSOLUTELY NEED THIS IN MY LIFE. Also, it helped me complete my first ENTIRE soundtrack... leaving no stone unturned... which was Avenging Eagle. Naturally, as soon as I get wind of something like this I search immediately. It turned up and I was shocked, I placed my order and the guy didn't have it. I knew it was too good to be true. So here is where you guys come in...

If you or someone you know has Derek Laren's EPISODES FROM THE BIBLE VOLUME 2 - DWLP 3241, we can do business. Notice the pattern. Of course the INACTIVE guy on GEMM with 700 records for sale has this and I can't order from him. Also, my favorite JAPANESE NON-RECORD SELLING TO AMERICANS OR WHOEVER SITE HAS THIS! JUST LIKE THEY HAVE 2 OTHERS I WANT! It would be cool if someone in Japan could scoop these records for me and we could work out a deal. Maybe that's a stretch.

Anyway, it belongs to a suite of similar LPs with similar covers.

Derek Laren - Episodes From the Bible No1
Derek Laren - Episodes From the Bible No2
Edouard Michael - Nathan Le Prophete
??????? and who knows what else?

As always, thanks in advance.


Yu Xihong's Shaw Bros Library Encore No2!

I assure you this update was definitely worth the wait. I finally found some of my hardest sought cues, but it's never over because there are so many more. Usually what happens when I finish a new volume, is that a few days later I make another major discovery and think, "Wow, this update would have been that much better if only I had waited a few more days." However, that's how new volumes are born so I'm hoping for the best.

Also, here's a bit of advice. I noticed from Encore No1 that people are only downloading 1 part. I'm sure you DL that, realize there's a wait timer and forget about part 2. I advise that everyone who doesn't have an RS account download part 2 first because it's the smaller file and you won't have to wait as long to download again.

Part 1
Part 2 (<-this one first)

2 Champions of Shaolin
3 Evil Masters
5 Shaolin Masters
5 Tough Guys
Avenging Eagle
Black Magic 2
Brave Archer
Death Duel
Invincible Shaolin
Men From the Monastery
Mercenaries From Hong Kong
Ode to Gallantry
Shaolin Avengers
Shaolin Intruders
Shaolin Prince
The Duel
To Kill a Mastermind

I can't take all the credit. Kudos to PLM Blogspot for the Zatoichi stuff, and to Sci Fidelity and Gary for some misc tracks.


Instrumental Series Vol.4 - The Near East Edition

It seemed to be a fad for a while in hip-hop that every artist worth his or her salt had an islamic/arabic/hindu inspired track on their album. I do believe the fad has passed but I could be wrong as I've stopped following hiphop/rap for a few years now. I liked the sound regardless. From a previous post, Alberto Bembo and Blue Marvin's Kamasutra would fit right in.

Instrumental Series Vol.4 - The Near East Edition

01. Remy Martin - Whateva
02. Snoop Dogg - Drop it Like it's Hot Remix
03. Eric Sermon - React
04. Fabolous - Round and Round
05. Peedi Crack - Fall Back
06. Tony Yayo - Love My Style
07. Punjabi MC - Beware of the Boyz
08. 50 Cent - Just a Lil' Bit
09. Noreaga - Oh No
10. Fabolous - Grand Theft Auto
11. Freeway - Flipside
12. Lord Tariq and Peter Gunz - What's That Sound
13. Jay-Z - That Nigga Jigga
14. 50 Cent - Candy Shop
15. Gravediggaz - Night the Earth Cried
16. Styles P - I'm a Ruff Ryder
17. Ghostface - Soul Controller
18. Lights Out - Purple
19. Memphis Bleek - We Ballin'
20. Ms. Jade - Big Head
21. Royce Da 5'9" - Make This Run
22. Fabolous - Why Wouldn't I
23. Noreaga - Superthug
24. Terror Squad - Lean Back
25. Young Buck - Shorty Wanna Ride

I've decided against the Rocafella instrumental edition because it coincides too much with the Philly edition. Maybe I'll think of something else in the mean time. This post somewhat coincides too because Philly has a MAJOR MUSLIM INFLUENCE so most of these tracks are standard affairs for the Philly mixtape scene... especially "Oh No," "We Ballin," and "Lean Back" (I like this one the least though. It's much too commercial for my taste.).


Un Juge Un Elie?

Much respect is due to whoever mixed the track "Un Juge Un Flic" which I had gotten from some polizziotteschi comp. I liked it so much I wanted to find more like it from Du Rififi Au Cine and I actually found the original file before it was edited. I must say, this version was originally called "Un Juge Un Elie" and is MUCH MUCH BETTER. At first I thought it was a typo, but I guess there is a reason behind it and I may never find out. I like Georges Garvarentz's work but this sort of track doesn't define his style and that's really too bad.

I thought it was cut off, but that's really how it sounds. I still have an eye out for the right volume of Du Rififi Au Cine. I've heard No2 and it wasn't on that one.

(original) http://rapidshare.com/files/160968597/Du_rififi___la_t_l__-_27_-_Georges_Garvarentz_-_Un_juge__un_flic..mp3

(remix) http://rapidshare.com/files/160970615/Hrangue_-_Crime_and_Place_for_Everything_-_29_-_Georges_Garvarentz_-_Un_Juge_un_Flic.mp3