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Inspector Morse - 22. Happy Families (1992)
Posted By : BlackwatchPlaid | Date : 24 Mar 2022 11:26:18 | Comments : 1

Inspector Morse - 22. Happy Families (1992)
DVD5 Untouched | English | NTSC (29.976fps) | 720x480 | 4:3 | 4.28 GB | 102 min

Inspector Morse is television at its finest. Based around the Oxford-based characters created by Colin Dexter (some films are based on the novels; some on plot ideas by Dexter; and others, original scripts), the ITV series starring John Thaw and Kevin Whately has endured 33 high-quality episodes, each of which is approximately 104 minutes in length, and made with the same high standards usually reserved for a film with a theatrical release, ultimately resulting in a very arduous-yet-rewarding filming process. The premise of the series, to paraphrase John Thaw, is observing how two disparate men - one of which is a cerebral, Jaguar-driving, beer-drinking, crossword-solving, music-loving, well-educated, pedantic, arrogant, bachelor (Chief Inspector "Endeavour" Morse); the other of which is a northern, subservient, down-to-earth, prudish, humble and publicly-educated, family man (Sergeant "Robbie" Lewis) - proceed through an intricate whodunit and come to the conclusion which they inevitably reach.
James Burke's Connections 1 (1978)
Posted By : BlackwatchPlaid | Date : 02 Mar 2022 12:57:45 | Comments : 10

James Burke's Connections 1 (1978)
5xDVD5 Untouched | English | NTSC (29.976fps) | 720x480 | 4:3 | 20.70 GB | 500 min

This is the most eloquent presentation of the history of civilization that has ever aired on television or appeared in cinema. It should be required viewing for any English-speaking student. This series will powerfully enhance your perspective of history and your place in it, because you will understand why things are the way they are today. Each episode is expertly crafted to a high standard that invites repeated viewing. You will be amazed.
Chroma Key - You Go Now (2000)
Posted By : BlackwatchPlaid | Date : 28 Feb 2022 15:09:00 | Comments : 2

Chroma Key - You Go Now (2000)
Flac (tracks)+cue+log | 244 MB | Atmospheric Rock

This album is all about atmosphere. There's some excellent musicianship present, some quality composition, and some intriguing lyrics, but in the end this album is about eliciting an emotion. It's music for driving alone, late at night, halfway through a long journey.
Inspector Morse - 21. Dead On Time (1992)
Posted By : BlackwatchPlaid | Date : 28 Feb 2022 05:48:02 | Comments : 5

Inspector Morse - 21. Dead On Time (1992)
DVD5 Untouched | English | NTSC (29.976fps) | 720x480 | 4:3 | 4.29 GB | 102 min

Inspector Morse is television at its finest. Based around the Oxford-based characters created by Colin Dexter (some films are based on the novels; some on plot ideas by Dexter; and others, original scripts), the ITV series starring John Thaw and Kevin Whately has endured 33 high-quality episodes, each of which is approximately 104 minutes in length, and made with the same high standards usually reserved for a film with a theatrical release, ultimately resulting in a very arduous-yet-rewarding filming process. The premise of the series, to paraphrase John Thaw, is observing how two disparate men - one of which is a cerebral, Jaguar-driving, beer-drinking, crossword-solving, music-loving, well-educated, pedantic, arrogant, bachelor (Chief Inspector "Endeavour" Morse); the other of which is a northern, subservient, down-to-earth, prudish, humble and publicly-educated, family man (Sergeant "Robbie" Lewis) - proceed through an intricate whodunit and come to the conclusion which they inevitably reach.
Inspector Morse - 20. Promised Land (1991)
Posted By : BlackwatchPlaid | Date : 28 Feb 2022 05:47:40 | Comments : 0

Inspector Morse - 20. Promised Land (1991)
DVD5 Untouched | English | NTSC (29.976fps) | 720x480 | 4:3 | 4.15 GB | 103 min

Inspector Morse is television at its finest. Based around the Oxford-based characters created by Colin Dexter (some films are based on the novels; some on plot ideas by Dexter; and others, original scripts), the ITV series starring John Thaw and Kevin Whately has endured 33 high-quality episodes, each of which is approximately 104 minutes in length, and made with the same high standards usually reserved for a film with a theatrical release, ultimately resulting in a very arduous-yet-rewarding filming process. The premise of the series, to paraphrase John Thaw, is observing how two disparate men - one of which is a cerebral, Jaguar-driving, beer-drinking, crossword-solving, music-loving, well-educated, pedantic, arrogant, bachelor (Chief Inspector "Endeavour" Morse); the other of which is a northern, subservient, down-to-earth, prudish, humble and publicly-educated, family man (Sergeant "Robbie" Lewis) - proceed through an intricate whodunit and come to the conclusion which they inevitably reach.
Inspector Morse - 19. Greeks Bearing Gifts (1991)
Posted By : BlackwatchPlaid | Date : 20 Feb 2022 00:30:58 | Comments : 2

Inspector Morse - 19. Greeks Bearing Gifts (1991)
DVD5 Untouched | English | NTSC (29.976fps) | 720x480 | 4:3 | 4.28 GB | 102 min

Inspector Morse is television at its finest. Based around the Oxford-based characters created by Colin Dexter (some films are based on the novels; some on plot ideas by Dexter; and others, original scripts), the ITV series starring John Thaw and Kevin Whately has endured 33 high-quality episodes, each of which is approximately 104 minutes in length, and made with the same high standards usually reserved for a film with a theatrical release, ultimately resulting in a very arduous-yet-rewarding filming process. The premise of the series, to paraphrase John Thaw, is observing how two disparate men - one of which is a cerebral, Jaguar-driving, beer-drinking, crossword-solving, music-loving, well-educated, pedantic, arrogant, bachelor (Chief Inspector "Endeavour" Morse); the other of which is a northern, subservient, down-to-earth, prudish, humble and publicly-educated, family man (Sergeant "Robbie" Lewis) - proceed through an intricate whodunit and come to the conclusion which they inevitably reach.
Inspector Morse - 18. Who Killed Harry Field (1991)
Posted By : BlackwatchPlaid | Date : 20 Feb 2022 00:29:39 | Comments : 0

Inspector Morse - 18. Who Killed Harry Field (1991)
DVD5 Untouched | English | NTSC (29.976fps) | 720x480 | 4:3 | 4.21 GB | 104 min

Inspector Morse is television at its finest. Based around the Oxford-based characters created by Colin Dexter (some films are based on the novels; some on plot ideas by Dexter; and others, original scripts), the ITV series starring John Thaw and Kevin Whately has endured 33 high-quality episodes, each of which is approximately 104 minutes in length, and made with the same high standards usually reserved for a film with a theatrical release, ultimately resulting in a very arduous-yet-rewarding filming process. The premise of the series, to paraphrase John Thaw, is observing how two disparate men - one of which is a cerebral, Jaguar-driving, beer-drinking, crossword-solving, music-loving, well-educated, pedantic, arrogant, bachelor (Chief Inspector "Endeavour" Morse); the other of which is a northern, subservient, down-to-earth, prudish, humble and publicly-educated, family man (Sergeant "Robbie" Lewis) - proceed through an intricate whodunit and come to the conclusion which they inevitably reach.
Inspector Morse - 17. Fat Chance (1991)
Posted By : BlackwatchPlaid | Date : 19 Feb 2022 05:48:43 | Comments : 0

Inspector Morse - 17. Fat Chance (1991)
DVD5 Untouched | English | NTSC (29.976fps) | 720x480 | 4:3 | 4.18 GB | 103 min

Inspector Morse is television at its finest. Based around the Oxford-based characters created by Colin Dexter (some films are based on the novels; some on plot ideas by Dexter; and others, original scripts), the ITV series starring John Thaw and Kevin Whately has endured 33 high-quality episodes, each of which is approximately 104 minutes in length, and made with the same high standards usually reserved for a film with a theatrical release, ultimately resulting in a very arduous-yet-rewarding filming process. The premise of the series, to paraphrase John Thaw, is observing how two disparate men - one of which is a cerebral, Jaguar-driving, beer-drinking, crossword-solving, music-loving, well-educated, pedantic, arrogant, bachelor (Chief Inspector "Endeavour" Morse); the other of which is a northern, subservient, down-to-earth, prudish, humble and publicly-educated, family man (Sergeant "Robbie" Lewis) - proceed through an intricate whodunit and come to the conclusion which they inevitably reach.
Inspector Morse - 16. Second Time Around (1991)
Posted By : BlackwatchPlaid | Date : 19 Feb 2022 05:47:05 | Comments : 1

Inspector Morse - 16. Second Time Around (1991)
DVD5 Untouched | English | NTSC (29.976fps) | 720x480 | 4:3 | 4.19 GB | 104 min

Inspector Morse is television at its finest. Based around the Oxford-based characters created by Colin Dexter (some films are based on the novels; some on plot ideas by Dexter; and others, original scripts), the ITV series starring John Thaw and Kevin Whately has endured 33 high-quality episodes, each of which is approximately 104 minutes in length, and made with the same high standards usually reserved for a film with a theatrical release, ultimately resulting in a very arduous-yet-rewarding filming process. The premise of the series, to paraphrase John Thaw, is observing how two disparate men - one of which is a cerebral, Jaguar-driving, beer-drinking, crossword-solving, music-loving, well-educated, pedantic, arrogant, bachelor (Chief Inspector "Endeavour" Morse); the other of which is a northern, subservient, down-to-earth, prudish, humble and publicly-educated, family man (Sergeant "Robbie" Lewis) - proceed through an intricate whodunit and come to the conclusion which they inevitably reach.
The Greatest American Hero - Season 1 Complete (1981)
Posted By : BlackwatchPlaid | Date : 18 Feb 2022 09:12:20 | Comments : 3

The Greatest American Hero - Season 1 Complete (1981)
3xDVD9 Untouched | English | NTSC (29.976fps) | 720x480 | 4:3 | 22.39 GB | 594 min

Ordinary schoolteacher Ralph Hinkley is given a supersuit by space aliens... when wearing the suit he has all the powers of a superhero. The trouble is he lost the suit's instruction book in episode one and has to figure out how it works as he goes along. He's partnered with crusty, by-the-book FBI agent Bill Maxwell (Robert Culp) and gets lots of help from his girlfriend Pam (Connie Selleca). If you think this is a broad, goofy comedy or kid's show you couldn't be farther off... if you think it's kitschy nostalgia you'd be wrong as well. The Greatest American Hero is nothing short of one of the greatest TV shows of all time.
Jeff Coffin Mu'tet - mUtoPIA (2008)
Posted By : BlackwatchPlaid | Date : 12 Feb 2022 07:47:04 | Comments : 1

Jeff Coffin Mu'tet - mUtoPIA (2008)
Flac (tracks)+cue+log | 542 MB | Jazz Fusion

Best known as the saxman who replaced Chicago harmonica/keyboard player Howard Levy in Bela Fleck's Flecktones (admittedly several years after he left), Jeff Coffin here takes a similar type of approach to the music with some of the same musicians. Drummer Futureman (Roy Wooten) is the drummer throughout, while banjo virtuoso Fleck and killer bassist Victor Wooten make appearances. The music is as freewheeling and kaleidoscopic as you would expect from someone's Coffin's pedigree.
Helmet of Gnats - Helmet of Gnats II (2004)
Posted By : BlackwatchPlaid | Date : 02 Feb 2022 09:58:02 | Comments : 3

Helmet of Gnats - Helmet of Gnats II (2004)
Flac (tracks)+cue+log | 349 MB | Jazz Fusion

Helmet of Gnats is the brainchild of guitarist Chris Fox and keyboard player Matt Bocchino, who along with drummer Mark Conese and bassist Wayne Zito, have created a smoldering pot of hot and bubbly fusion on their latest CD. Not that Helmet of Gnats are a new band mind you, as Fox & Bocchino have been toiling around as a cover band for close to 20 years with various members. Now with a solidified line-up and solid original songs, they are ready to make their mark in the progressive fusion scene, and believe me with this one they are headed in the right direction. The music on Helmet Of Gnats II is some of the hottest fusion I've heard in a while. I don't know where my head was at when I first listened to the CD but after the first few tracks I had convinced myself the band was a Niacin clone but with guitar. After I got over the Niacin thing, I began to detect all sorts of influences in the music. The guitar playing is phenomenal and highly original to boot. I detect a few stylistic nods to Zappa, Holdsworth and some others in parts.
Inspector Morse - 15. Masonic Mysteries (1990)
Posted By : BlackwatchPlaid | Date : 01 Feb 2022 11:23:27 | Comments : 0

Inspector Morse - 15. Masonic Mysteries (1990)
DVD5 Untouched | English | NTSC (29.976fps) | 720x480 | 4:3 | 4.20 GB | 104 min

Inspector Morse is television at its finest. Based around the Oxford-based characters created by Colin Dexter (some films are based on the novels; some on plot ideas by Dexter; and others, original scripts), the ITV series starring John Thaw and Kevin Whately has endured 33 high-quality episodes, each of which is approximately 104 minutes in length, and made with the same high standards usually reserved for a film with a theatrical release, ultimately resulting in a very arduous-yet-rewarding filming process. The premise of the series, to paraphrase John Thaw, is observing how two disparate men - one of which is a cerebral, Jaguar-driving, beer-drinking, crossword-solving, music-loving, well-educated, pedantic, arrogant, bachelor (Chief Inspector "Endeavour" Morse); the other of which is a northern, subservient, down-to-earth, prudish, humble and publicly-educated, family man (Sergeant "Robbie" Lewis) - proceed through an intricate whodunit and come to the conclusion which they inevitably reach.
Inspector Morse - 14. Driven To Distraction (1990)
Posted By : BlackwatchPlaid | Date : 01 Feb 2022 11:14:01 | Comments : 0

Inspector Morse - 14. Driven To Distraction (1990)
DVD5 Untouched | English | NTSC (29.976fps) | 720x480 | 4:3 | 4.20 GB | 104 min

Inspector Morse is television at its finest. Based around the Oxford-based characters created by Colin Dexter (some films are based on the novels; some on plot ideas by Dexter; and others, original scripts), the ITV series starring John Thaw and Kevin Whately has endured 33 high-quality episodes, each of which is approximately 104 minutes in length, and made with the same high standards usually reserved for a film with a theatrical release, ultimately resulting in a very arduous-yet-rewarding filming process. The premise of the series, to paraphrase John Thaw, is observing how two disparate men - one of which is a cerebral, Jaguar-driving, beer-drinking, crossword-solving, music-loving, well-educated, pedantic, arrogant, bachelor (Chief Inspector "Endeavour" Morse); the other of which is a northern, subservient, down-to-earth, prudish, humble and publicly-educated, family man (Sergeant "Robbie" Lewis) - proceed through an intricate whodunit and come to the conclusion which they inevitably reach.
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Inspector Morse - 13. The Sins of the Fathers (1990)
Posted By : BlackwatchPlaid | Date : 30 Jan 2022 22:21:37 | Comments : 1

Inspector Morse - 13. The Sins of the Fathers (1990)
DVD5 Untouched | English | NTSC (29.976fps) | 720x480 | 4:3 | 4.18 GB | 104 min

Inspector Morse is television at its finest. Based around the Oxford-based characters created by Colin Dexter (some films are based on the novels; some on plot ideas by Dexter; and others, original scripts), the ITV series starring John Thaw and Kevin Whately has endured 33 high-quality episodes, each of which is approximately 104 minutes in length, and made with the same high standards usually reserved for a film with a theatrical release, ultimately resulting in a very arduous-yet-rewarding filming process. The premise of the series, to paraphrase John Thaw, is observing how two disparate men - one of which is a cerebral, Jaguar-driving, beer-drinking, crossword-solving, music-loving, well-educated, pedantic, arrogant, bachelor (Chief Inspector "Endeavour" Morse); the other of which is a northern, subservient, down-to-earth, prudish, humble and publicly-educated, family man (Sergeant "Robbie" Lewis) - proceed through an intricate whodunit and come to the conclusion which they inevitably reach.