All purpose sharethread.
Rules: You must share.
Anders Koppel - Aftenlandet & Regnbuefuglen
>folk-inspired prog/jazz instrumentals, really peculiar style but a bit similar to Bo Hansson & Samla Mammas Manna, really recommended!
Andrei Rodionov & Boris Tikhomirov - 512K bytes
>Soviet electro / synth pop, check out that swag
Band: LSD and the Search for God
Album: LSD and the Search for God
Genre: Shoegaze, Psychedelic, Post-rock.
Hailu Mergia - His Classical Instrument
>Ethiopian synth-jazz, sounds like the soundtrack to a Genesis action-adventure game taking place in the ancient Ethiopian empire
Justin Vali - Rambala
>god tier bamboo zither
Ken & LuAnn Snyder - Growin' Up
>post gospel, the previously lost and unheard of third Ken (of By Request Only fame) album
Muck Grohbian - Muckefuck
>Zappa-esque jazz-rock with great arrangements, a real gem for anyone into the genre!
Piffaro - Canzoni e Danze
>essential Renaissance non-classical instrumentals
Babia - Oriente-Occidente
>amazing jazzy world music, a bit like Oregon but with more emphasis on unusual instruments
Sågskära - (compilation)
>several albums by the greatest Swedish traditional vocal folk group, some really interesting instruments, great arrangements and includes some Christmas-related songs.
Charles Wuorinen - Lepton
>amazing modern classical with some electronic parts
Povel Ramel - De sista entusiasterna - På avigan
>two of the greatest albums by Sweden's greatest comic songwriter, this is some fucken out there stuff for its time, almost psychedelia at some points.
I guess I'll put this in here since I uploaded it tonight:
Jordaan Mason - The Decline of Stupid Fucking Western Civilization (FLAC)
> folk experimental post-punk queer vocal Toronto
Jacques Dudon - Lumières Audibles
>microtonal improv / ambient, supposedly made using light refraction as a synthesis / processing device, dunno how much of it is real but it's a really original sound either way
Carlos Cervantes - The Complete mp3.com Releases
>some kind of guitar based experimental, and some electronica, i think.
Various - Star-Hits
>amusing covers of 70s top hits, Konsum-core
Various - Hot Hits 11
>not hot at all, just another generic 70s cover cash-in
Birger Norman & Stig Sjödin - Två nutidspoeter
>Swedish poetry readings, pretty interesting if you understand it
Disappears - Irreal (2015) 
>Psych Rock, Post-Punk, Shoegaze
>supposedly some kind of relaxation training, really lame
Bosse Larsson - Toppen för kroppen är gammeldans
>weird vocal-centered gammeldans, very cheezy but good performances for its genre
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith - Euclid (2015) 
>Really bright electronic ambient utilizing a lot of different sounds
Jubel i Busken - s/t
>shitty Swedish revue comedy with barely any music, must have been old fashioned and dull at the time of release already.
Various - Nya Svensktoppar
>another damn 70s pop cover album, this is the last one ever i promise
Evangelii-Teamet - När den frälsta skaran samlas
>good old christcore, includes some Hammond instrumentals
Rasmus på luffen
>swedish movie soundtrack / audio drama, nothing really interesting here
Swe-Danes - Med Swe-Danes på Berns
>Lambert, Hendricks & Ross-esque jazz vocal group, odd live recording that's unfortunately filled with weird comedy numbers that doesn't work well on record (or at all, for that matter)
Sample, almost: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csRUYiZvB70
Pingstkyrkan Borås - Brist ut i jubel
>classic pentecostal christcore
Kurt Spjuth - Rosenkyssar
>diatonic accordion instrumentals, some gammeldans, some dansband-like pop covers
Various - Christian Cabbage
Various - Polydor Panorama
>compilation of vintage German singles and EPs, some really classic stuff here
Torkel Selin - Mamma är det långt till himlen
>book-burning christian country
Strandgårdsbröderna - Under av under
>strange male gospel quartet with numerous and LONG spoken parts about overcoming addiction
Country Road - Too Hot to Handle
>mostly Anglophone Swedish country with weird over-use of pedal steel
Sarah Davachi - Barons Court (2015) [V0]
>Ambient, Drone, Released on Jefre Cantu-Ledesma's record label
Seppo Vanhala - Niin kaunis on syksy
>typical Finnish folk-pop, some jazzy parts, some tango, you know the drill
i love you, jtg
I'm danish, so I can still enjoy the lyrics of most of what you post
I'm thinking about following your example, by recording all my cassette tapes and put them here
Orphei Drängar - OD Far East
>typical Swedish men's choir repertoire, despite the title there's almost nothing by Asian composers, nor is it recorded there
Jubelkvartetten - En underbar dag
>vintage christcore, some fab accordion solos
Go ahead man, just look them up on the web first so you can know if they already exist in any other format or someone else have ripped them already.
Norrländers - Sax-godingar 2
>mediocre dansband with sax-heavy instrumentals and some weird attempts at disco
Owe Lindeskär - Undervisar
>swedish bible study tape, pretty boring even for its "genre"
Erland Strömqvist - Tidsläget Jesu återkomst
>swedish sermon with a bizarre pro-NWO slant
Various - Flexidisc Funtasy
>essential Readers' Digest advertising flexis, this is THE place to start if you're curious about the genre
>Swedish children's radio theater-style stories, some pretty good music for once
Magdeburgarna - Jon-Terje 5 år, och tretton andra tjosanlåtar
>classic essential gammeldans, includes perhaps the only minor key gammeldans tune i've ever heard
Credo-Kvintetten - Tro på gud kan alt forvandle
>Norwegian christcore, here's my middle finger to all those who say i only post crappy, unknown Swedish 70s gospel records.
Das Berglandecho - Ja, mir san' mit'n Radl da
>humorous Alpine-style germanic folk, top of the crop for its genre
Not a sample: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wYCRszUyT4
Rolf Björling - Långt bortom rymder vida
>Jesus-tier operatic christcore, pretty much the best of the genre
Various - Swedish Seduction
>miscellaneous Swedish singles and EPs, including some weird rare 60s British-style R&B
KFUM-kören i Stockholm - Sjung för Herren
>typical choral christcore, includes some almost atonal sounding pieces
Totte Wallin - Deckar-rocken
>Swedish children's mystery story, mostly an excuse for shit tier synth-rock, just laughably bad throughout
Mats Olsson - Pianoparty
>funky easy listening / lounge with tons of analog synth, but not that much piano despite the title
Hans Schepior - Zum Tanzen und Träumen
>classic German popular songs with nice relaxed vocals, and amazing jazzy accordion flourishes
Familjen Leif Lundberg - Pusselbitar
>god tier 70s christfunk, great songwriting with some almost prog moments
Radio Borgen - Hjälptruppens dag 23-3-86
>some preaching, some "documentary" talk about a Salvation Army event and some strange brass-heavy musical performances.
Unknown - Den 25-9 88 Kl 1900
>Recording from a unknown Swedish church service, starts out plain with some music but eventually turns into a offensive (and bilingual) pro-Zionist rant. I've never felt more like nuking Israel and personally killing every Jewish person i come across in my life.
Various - Untitled Wisa compilation
>some generic all-choir tracks, and totally different artists who are pretty much utter crap, all on one disc for some reason with no real label or cover
Leif Karlsson - Korset först kronan sedan
>operatic baritone christcore, with some really imaginative almost Brian Wilson-esque arrangements
Yngve Eklund & Roger Larsson - All min fröjd Jag har i Jesus
>swedish gospel-country with occasional synths that sound like a Game & Watch game bleeping in the background
NU-Kören - Sång på gång
>groovy christian choral pop
Hans Annéllsson - Annellssongs
>bitter Swedish folk-rock, nobodys-as-left-wing-as-they-used-to-be-so-lets-do-an-entire-album-whining-about-it-core
Leif Alpsjö & Kurt Tallroth - Spelar upplandslåtar
>swedish nyckelharpa & fiddle tunes
Håkan Alfredsson - Möte på Vinn
>swedish country / folk
Harry Stenfors - Picknick
>instrumental smooth jazz, pretty bland but it seems to be unbelievably rare
Casino - Ögonens glans
>amazing underground synth pop from 1986, super rare!
Various - Träna med TV
>it's exercise time
Leif Strand - Divina
>odd choral new age / synth-prog with some jazz elements, a bit Mike Oldfield-esque
Lajuset - 880515 Sunnuntai klo 15
>Recording of some kind of Finnish church service, probably from 1988.
Pingstkyrkans bandmission - Förmiddagsmöte 4-9-83
>recording of a random church service, with the worst sound quality and editing i've ever heard on a "release" like this - it literally just bursts into total distorted noise at time, which might make it more amusing to some.
what the fuck are you doing
why are you doing this
what does anyone gain from this
Nils Dacke - Spelar partyorgel, vol.3
>Party on, party organ!
Lightning Bolt - Fantasy Empire (2015)
I wish someone would give me Turtles - Happy Together album (1967) in good quality
Ivan Renliden - Spelar Ivan Renliden
>jazz piano, the first side borders smooth jazz while the second gets surprisingly avant-garde. Great playing and worth hearing for any piano fan!
I just downloaded two albums from this thread (I have a soft spot for Nordic pre 90s cheese) and I actually like jazzthreadguy's shares more than general /mu/ shares because at least you probably can't find them from any other place.
Kirsten Bråten Berg - Setes-Dalarna
>Norwegian-swedish fiddle tunes, really nice and straight forward renditions
Kukerpillid - s/t
>Estonian country with traditional folk elements, including massive use of bagpipes.
Trio Chromondo - Vals i lekstuga
>harmonica virtuosos playing in harmony, it's pretty much all harmonicas, including the majestic bass harmonica.
Jan Sandell - Kosmos
>solo piano minimalism, pretty boring to me but those into minimalism might like it
Alright, that'll be all for today, signing out with this gem. Reach me at email@example.com !
Anima - Pieces of Glass
>experimental jazz-rock / prog, unusual instrumentation of heavily processed guitar, violin and non-drum set percussion
Eggstone - Vive la Difference!
>superb retro psych / sunshine pop, like a blend of The Hollies and Beach Boys at their best
Crayon - Brick Factory
Does anyone have Frogstomp by Silverchair? Also Young Modern by the same would be fantastic as well.
Speed, Glue and Shinki - Eve 
>Bluesy early metal, Japanese, American/Filipino vocalist, similar style to cream
Requesting Stone Henge by Ruins
Roland Kirk - I Talk with the Spirits
>Post-Bop, Roland plays only flute on this album, essential
Not on the archive for some reason
Zomby - One Foot Ahead of the Other
Jonathan Richman - I, Jonathan (1992)
>Pop Rock, Singer/Songwriter
This album is so fun. But it's also nostalgic and sad. And this balance of happy-sad which allows Jonathan Richman is able to create this fantastic album.
Looking for "I'm So Confused" by JR.
Sylvie Courvoisier - Lonelyville
>Jazzy Free Improvisation
i would help but i got some stuff to upload, just download soulseek its on there
Akira Sakata & Hijokaidan - Made in Studio
>noise, free jazz
no youtube sample available
Twit One - Urlaub in der Bredouille, 2013 in FLAC
Chill Hip Hop Instrumentals, German
Double LP plus a playable postcard (limited to 300 bundles)
Kuzuu Chinatsu - The City in the Sea
>Chamber Pop, Art Pop
Grab one of their extensions on their website, under Apps. There is one for FF and one for Chrome. Also, I don't think mega likes incognito mode. But I use the FF extension and it works well.
Justin Vali - Rambala
>god tier bamboo zither
Justin Vali - Rambala
>god tier bamboo zither
And another one:
The Blue Birds - The Blue Birds
Compilation of mid-sixties singles by a Greek rock band. Nothing special, but pretty good nonetheless.
Sonny Clark - Sonny Cark Trio
Weekend - Sports (2010)
>In case you care about this type of shit: Pitchfork gave it an 8.2, Fantano gave it an 8/10
Please. If someone shares WOMEN's 2008 s/t debut album that would make me very happy.
Pika - Ryu No Sumika
>Japanese Indie Rock
Assassin - Gully Sit'n
>Reggae, works with Kendrick
I know one of ya has this this album.
I can't find working links anywhere.
Kamelot - The Black Halo
>American Power metal
Iron Mask - Black as Death
>Belgian Power metal
IF YOU WANT TO DOWNLOAD AN ALBUM, SEARCH THE ARCHIVE FOR THE ALBUM OR ARTIST NAME AND "MEGA" OR "ZIPPYSHARE" ETC., LIKE SO, OR READ THIS PAGE. PLEASE DON'T MAKE A THREAD ON /mu/, ASKING FOR SOMEONE TO GIVE YOU A LINK TO AN ALBUM, OR ASKING FOR ANY GOOD PLACES TO DOWNLOAD MUSIC FROM.
/mu/ IS NOT A PERSONAL MUSIC REQUEST SERVICE.
Any of you people who don't know how to find music for yourselves should be going there once the search function is back online.
Also has links and info about other music download sites.
Revolution Renaissance - New Era
>Finnish Power metal
Atsumasa Nakabayashi Trio - Melody of Japan
>A lovely survey of classic Japanese melodies arranged & performed by Nakabayashi’s excellent guitar trio.
Francis Bebey - Un Petit Ivoirien
>Dig this charming French-pressed synthesizer workout from the one-and-only Francis Bebey of Cameroon; righteous instrumental virtuoso & prolific elder of contemporary recorded Afropop.
Can anyone link me to a dl for Bob Dylan's '62 self titled album? I can't find it in the usual places and I can't torrent at my Uni. Same cat and request, different shares.
Planxty - Cold Blow and the Rainy Night (1974)>Essential celtic folk. Listen to the sample and you will understand.Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzAS9EVRZpc
Jose Gonzalez - Veneer
>Singer/songwriter, folky, youveheardthischordprogressionbefore core. Really well done. Doesn't have that whispy voice that so many in the genre do these days.
Take a breath man.
Nobody said anything about "making a difference". That doesn't mean you can't help one guy find music. There's no grand ideological goal that results in a board full of technologically literate patricians who all have rutracker accounts. This is helping one guy out.
That guy wasn't complaining. I wasn't complaining. Nobody here form what I can see was complaining. Except you. About people complaining of all things.
Ah yes. One would need to be very concerned with details and formalisms to be redirecting someone to the /mu/ archive.
Just shut up.
Share shit, don't beg and learn to use the tools the board gives you.
>b-but it doesn't matter!
It does, keeps morons like you from flooding these threads even more.
Don't bitch, learn.
ANAMAI - Sallows