Monday, April 27, 2009

VIDEO: Devil's Slingshot Tour - Casa de la Cultura de Telde, Gran Canaria Islands, Spain, September 13, 2006 + Bonus Mp3 [AVI]





Data Compilation CD [Video + CD]

Provided by Igor M.


Excellent shots of the band !!!


Musicians:

Virgil Donati (Drums)
Billy Sheehan (Bass)
Tony Macalpine (Guitar)


Video:

Devil's Slingshot
Live at Casa de la Cultura de Telde
Gran Canaria Islands, Spain
September 13, 2006



Setlist:

01 - Christmas Island
02 - Isis
03 - Billy Sheehan Bass Solo
04 - Unknown Song


Attributes:


Format: 1AVI
Video Attr.: MPEG-4 656/480px audio 160kbps
Time: 13.38
Type: AUD
Quality: A-




Bonus Mp3 (Complete Album)

Devil's Slingshot
Live at New Morning, Paris, France
September 7, 2006



Setlist:


01 - Stream Dream (cut in)
02 - Virgil Donati Drum Solo
03 - Bitch
04 - Unknown Song
05 - Kymera
06 - Virgil Donati Drum Solo
07 - Tony Macalpine Guitar Solo
08 - Hundreds of Thousands
09 - Capistrano (Guitar & Bass Duet)
10 - Unknown Song



Attributes:

Format: 1MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Time: 35.16
Type: AUD
Quality: B



Artwork is included !!!




Enjoy !!!



See comments for the links

10 comments:

Dr. Fusion said...

Download here:


Video [avi]

Part1
http://lix.in/-4938c9

Part2
http://lix.in/-4197ae


Audio CD [Mp3]

http://lix.in/-462ba5

woody said...

Hello Dr.!
It's good to see you, welcome back!

Good vibes from Brazil,
WOODY

chayjazz said...

Hey Dr. Fusion

Glad to see you back!!! All the best to you and your new blog.

Charles McNeal

Anonymous said...

Dear Dr. Fusion

Could you please repost the links for the Jing Chi with Michael Landau show?

Thank you for all the music and I wish you'd suffer no more crap for doing a good thing and sharing all this great music

Music_Is_Life

tjaptjap said...

Good to see you're back !!!!
Keep up the good work and don't let those damn hackers get you down.

upkerry14 said...

In Germany, the file-hosting service Rapidshare has handed over the personal details of alleged copyright infringers to several major record labels. The information is used to pursue legal action against the Rapidshare users and at least one alleged uploader saw his house raided.

Like many new releases, Metallica’s latest album “Death Magnetic” was uploaded to the popular file hosting service Rapidshare one day prior to its official release date last year. Since users don’t broadcast their IP-address or distribute files to the public directly though Rapidshare, it came as a surprise when the police raided the house of an uploader a few weeks ago.

At first it was unclear how the identity of the uploader was revealed, but today German news outlet Gulli said it had found out that this was likely to be accomplished by creative use of paragraph 101 of German copyright law. It turns out that several record labels are using this to take legal action against those who share music on Rapidshare.

Previously the paragraph was only used by rights holders to get the personal details of those who share copyrighted works on file-sharing networks. It basically enables the copyright holders to get “permission” from a civil judge to ask ISPs to disclose the personal details of a user behind a certain IP. Now, however, this also seems to be the case for file-hosting services such as Rapidshare, which is based in Germany.

This of course opens up the possibility for rights holders to go after a wide range of file-hosting services and potentially even BitTorrent sites. Indeed, everyone who now uploads a torrent file to a site hosted in Germany is at risk of having his personal details revealed. Although it will be impossible to prove that the uploader actually seeded the file it might be seen as assisting in copyright infringement.

Pretty much all torrent sites keep track of the IP-addresses of their (.torrent) uploaders, and if the rights holders can get the IP-address of people who upload to file-hosting services such as Rapidshare, they can easily extend this to BitTorrent sites hosted in Germany. A dream come true for copyright holders, but a nightmare for the privacy of Internet users.

Too bad for Metallica’s Lars Ulrich who only just started sharing files himself.

sMILES said...

Welcome back!:) Good to see your posts again! This one is awesome! Many thanks! Best wishes and remember never give up!

Rafal

Ps. thanks for very nice comment on my blog

Fallen Angel said...

Thanks,Dr Fusion! I've your new URL!.
Welcome Back,my dear friend!

JJ said...

welcome back.........

Anonymous said...

since dr. fusions old blog got hacked I only got
Virgil_Donati_Band_2003-02-11_2CDR parts 1-8. I'm missing the rest (I guess 2 or 3 files).

has anyone the links for the other parts or aren't they online anymore??

I really could bite my ass for not downloading them earlier!

anyway, big thx dr. fusion for sharing all this awesome music with us!