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Ronth / D.Rhythm:O - Ronth / D.Rhythm:O album mp3

Ronth / D.Rhythm:O - Ronth / D.Rhythm:O album mp3
Ronth / D.Rhythm:O
Techno, Noise, Experimental, Minimal Techno
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1549 mb
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4.4 ✪

Seasoned professional guitarist Arlen Roth, who is also the founder of Hot Licks Video, sits down in front of the camera and spells out the mysteries of rhythm guitar for the folks wishing to understand the nuances of R&B. Having played with musicians such as Paul Simon and Pete Seeger, Roth has the resume needed to impress any aspiring artist. With typical charm and an easy pace, Roth leads the student through the worlds of partial chords, double stops, Memphis stylings spiced with gospel licks, and tricky R&B techniques.

Rhythm of Fear is the third full-length studio album from American crossover thrash band, . It was released in 1992 on Megaforce Records and follows 1989's Gross Misconduct. In 1994, the band subsequently released Devolution. Line-up changes saw Billy Milano take up bass duties as well as vocals, and Dave Chavarri replacing Tim Mallare on drums after the latter's departure to New Jersey thrash band, Overkill. Tim McMurtrie rejoined the band after having appeared on the debut album, .

Rhythm & Blues is the thirteenth studio album by the British musician Robert Palmer. It was released in 1999 and was his first new release in five years. The album reached No. 118 in the UK but did not chart in the US. Palmer's long-term girlfriend Mary Ambrose sang background vocals on some tracks, as did Sharon O'Neill who co-wrote "True Love". The album's only single "True Love" peaked at in the UK. All tracks written by Robert Palmer except where noted.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Ronth Lorh
A2 Ronth Fausth
A3 Ronth T 4 Nalh
A4 Ronth Naath
B1 D.Rhythm:O D.lay
B2 D.Rhythm:O Ps61
B3 D.Rhythm:O Vana
B4 D.Rhythm:O Ex.Orb*
Featuring [Feat.] – Ronth
B5 D.Rhythm:O Rumpel
B6 D.Rhythm:O II


  • Written-By [All Tracks By] – D.Rhythm:O (tracks: B1 to B6), Ronth (tracks: A1 to A4)


Unlabeled, unstickered clear tape with photocopied double-sided cover insert.