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Posted By : luckburz | Date : 18 Oct 2021 14:22:46 | Comments : 3 |

Morrissey - Ringleader Of The Tormentors CD + DVD
FLAC | EAC, LOG & CUE | Artwork | Size CD: 539 MB | Size DVD: 674 MB | Hotfile & Rapidshare
Cat#: Attack Records ATKDX016 | Country/Year: Europe 2006

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Extraction Log:

EAC LOG
Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 5 from 4. May 2009

EAC extraction logfile from 6. October 2010, 20:49

Morrissey / Ringleader Of The Tormentors

Used drive : HL-DT-STDVDRAM GSA-H12L Adapter: 0 ID: 0

Read mode : Secure
Utilize accurate stream : Yes
Defeat audio cache : Yes
Make use of C2 pointers : No

Read offset correction : 667
Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : No
Fill up missing offset samples with silence : Yes
Delete leading and trailing silent blocks : No
Null samples used in CRC calculations : Yes
Used interface : Installed external ASPI interface
Gap handling : Appended to previous track

Used output format : User Defined Encoder
Selected bitrate : 1024 kBit/s
Quality : High
Add ID3 tag : No
Command line compressor : C:\Programme\FLAC\flac.exe
Additional command line options : -6 -T "Artist=%a" -T "Title=%t" -T "Album=%g" -T "Date=%y" -T "Tracknumber=%n" -T "Genre=%m" %s -o %d


TOC of the extracted CD

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1 | 0:00.00 | 4:13.50 | 0 | 19024
2 | 4:13.50 | 5:51.67 | 19025 | 45416
3 | 10:05.42 | 3:08.30 | 45417 | 59546
4 | 13:13.72 | 2:59.40 | 59547 | 73011
5 | 16:13.37 | 3:54.25 | 73012 | 90586
6 | 20:07.62 | 3:53.38 | 90587 | 108099
7 | 24:01.25 | 7:22.45 | 108100 | 141294
8 | 31:23.70 | 4:14.05 | 141295 | 160349
9 | 35:38.00 | 3:51.22 | 160350 | 177696
10 | 39:29.22 | 4:01.73 | 177697 | 195844
11 | 43:31.20 | 2:59.20 | 195845 | 209289
12 | 46:30.40 | 3:33.30 | 209290 | 225294


Track 1

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Track 2

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Track 4

Filename F:\=== VINYL RIPS ===\=== EAC===\04 The Youngest Was The Most Loved.wav

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Track 5

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Track 6

Filename F:\=== VINYL RIPS ===\=== EAC===\06 The Father Who Must Be Killed.wav

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Track 7

Filename F:\=== VINYL RIPS ===\=== EAC===\07 Life Is A Pigsty.wav

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Track 8

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Track 9

Filename F:\=== VINYL RIPS ===\=== EAC===\09 On The Streets I Ran.wav

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Track 10

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Track 11

Filename F:\=== VINYL RIPS ===\=== EAC===\11 I Just Want To See the Boy Happy.wav

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Track 12

Filename F:\=== VINYL RIPS ===\=== EAC===\12 At Last I Am Born.wav

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All tracks accurately ripped

No errors occurred

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CD Info:

Morrissey - Ringleader Of The Tormentors

Label: Attack Records
Catalog#: ATKDX016
Format: CD, Album, Limited Edition
DVD, DVD-Video, PAL
Country: Europe
Released: 03 Apr 2022
Genre: Rock
Style: Alternative Rock

Tracklist:

CD.1 I Will See You In Far Off Places 4:13
CD.2 Dear God Please Help Me 5:52
CD.3 You Have Killed Me 3:08
CD.4 The Youngest Was The Most Loved 3:00
CD.5 In The Future When All's Well 3:54
CD.6 The Father Who Must Be Killed 3:54
CD.7 Life Is A Pigsty 7:22
CD.8 I'll Never Be Anybody's Hero Now 4:13
CD.9 On The Streets I Ran 3:51
CD.10 To Me You Are A Work Of Art 4:02
CD.11 I Just Want To See The Boy Happy 2:58
CD.12 At Last I Am Born 3:33

DVD.1 You Have Killed Me (Video)
DVD.2 You Have Killed Me (Behind The Scenes Video)
DVD.3 In The Future When All's Well (Behind The Scenes Video)


Notes:

This release comes with a small poster in a gatefold sleeve. The backside of the CD is black.
? 2006 Attack Records, a division of Sanctuary Records Group Inc. under exclusive license to Sanctuary Records Group Limited
© 2006 Sanctuary Records Group Inc.
Stickered front states this version to be limited edition.

Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Barcode: 5 050749 301697
Matrix Number (DVD): deluxe IFPI L507 ATKDX0162R0 01
Other (Label Code): LC6448
Matrix Number (CD): IFPI 0122

Discogs Url: http://www.discogs.com/release/656519
Wikipedia Url: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ringleader_of_the_Tormentors

It is hard to express the shock delivered five minutes and 18 seconds into Ringleader of the Tormentors by the sudden appearance of Morrissey's testicles. Until that point, everything has been much as you might expect. Opener I Will See You in Far-Off Places has grinding glam guitars and a couple of waspish one-liners. The second track proceeds with a stately, lovely piano figure, a funereal organ and the image of Morrissey strolling through his adopted hometown of Rome in the usual melancholy haze, "so very tired of doing the right thing". And then, up pop his testicles.

His only previous pronouncement on this subject came 20 years ago: "I always thought my genitals were the result of some crude practical joke." And indeed, Morrissey's testicles are no normal testicles. Judging by the metaphor here, they are massively distended, swollen - presumably by decades of loudly trumpeted celibacy - until they resemble "explosive kegs between my legs". "Dear God," he adds, as indeed you might if you were trying to walk through the Eternal City while suffering from distended testicles, "please help me."

God is apparently listening, for relief swiftly arrives in a manner so startling that the thought of Morrissey's combustible crown jewels, which seconds before seemed like the most diverting image rock music was likely to serve up for the foreseeable future, are instantly forgotten. Over the next few lines, Morrissey is cruised ("Will you follow me and know more than you do?"), seduced ("And now he motions to me with his hand on my knee") and finally finds himself "parting your legs with mine in between".

One shouldn't be startled to hear a middle-aged man singing about having sex with another man, but this is Morrissey, who has spent 30 years deflecting questions about his sexuality by claiming that he didn't have sex with anyone. Twenty-three years after offering the most memorable come-on in pop history - "you can pin and mount me," suggested the Smiths' Reel Around the Fountain, "like a butterfly" - here he is, finally admitting that someone has taken him up, so to speak.

The subsequent relief yields one of the loveliest and most affecting moments of his entire career: strings soar, drums thump and Morrissey's voice vanishes slowly into the distance, singing: "The heart feels free, the heart feels free." He sounds contented, which proves oddly touching - and that there's a first time for everything.

This being a Morrissey album, however, happiness can't last. Within seconds of Dear God, Please Help Me's slow dissolve, he is singing a song called You Have Killed Me and comparing himself to film director Pier Paolo Pasolini, who compellingly illustrated the downside of trawling the vias for a shag, when a bit of rough trade he picked up in Ostia ran him over with his own Alfa Romeo.

Much of Ringleader of the Tormentors is given over to fretting about the effect that admitting sexual satisfaction - or, apparently more disastrous still, love - might have on Morrissey's image. "I am the same underneath," protests the album's remarkable centrepiece, Life Is a Pigsty, as if trying to reassure both his fans and himself. The following song is titled I'll Never Be Anybody's Hero Now. It's all a bit ridiculous - in the admittedly unlikely event that Morrissey was filmed throttling a kitten, thousands of fans would storm the chatrooms claiming it was the kitten's fault - but nevertheless, this seems to have inspired some of his most impressive songs in years.

Life Is a Pigsty is woozy and hallucinatory; bedecked with white noise and weird sound effects, it builds to a thrilling, timpani-laden climax. At Last I Am Born is a fabulously overblown, deliriously joyful closer that marks the events detailed in Dear God, Please Help Me and their aftermath with a self-aggrandising cry of: "Historians note!" Mercifully, those events also seem to have obliterated the memory of being successfully sued by Smiths drummer Mike Joyce, which led Morrissey to fill 2004's You Are the Quarry with the kind of songs that people who hate Morrissey thinks he writes: depressing, swingeing, self-pitying.

There was also a sense that You Are the Quarry was handicapped by the stinginess that landed him in court in the first place, awash as it was with cheap, synthesised strings. Here, the violins are not only real, but scored by Ennio Morricone. T Rex producer Tony Visconti lends everything a muscular authority. They have even splashed out on a children's choir, who turn The Youngest Was the Most Loved's refrain - "there is no such thing in life as normal" - into something impossibly moving.

To get the praise into perspective, it's not the Smiths: hiring all the famous names in the world won't re-create the magical, mysterious synergy at the heart of Half a Person or How Soon Is Now? But Ringleader of the Tormentors has a mystery and magic of its own. The Guardian


CD

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DVD

Format:

VIDEO_TS Folder / VOB

Links:

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Posted By: Caaustic Date: 18 Oct 2021 16:11:16
thank you for the album and BIG thank you fo RS links!
Rapidshare is not favorite here anymore, so it's especially pleasant to see these links.
Posted By: luckburz Date: 18 Oct 2021 16:16:14
as long as my account there is valid (2years+) and it is existing, i will upload there.
Posted By: martwwa Date: 18 Oct 2021 16:41:08
THANK GOD FOR RS-LINKS!!! (I, for one, am probably not alone in stating that Fileserve & Filesonic are utter garbage). Thanks, LuckB - great post!
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