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Haywire The Best Of (Greatest Hits) 2003 [FLAC] [h33t] Kitlope

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Name:Haywire The Best Of (Greatest Hits) 2003 [FLAC] [h33t] Kitlope

Total Size: 410.83 MB

Magnet: Magnet Link

Seeds: 0

Leechers: 1

Stream: Watch Online @ Movie4u

Last Updated: 2016-03-23 15:32:52 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-08-30 02:07:51





Torrent Files List


01 Haywire - Bad Boy.flac (Size: 410.83 MB) (Files: 15)

 01 Haywire - Bad Boy.flac

26.06 MB

 02 Haywire - Standin' in Line.flac

27.57 MB

 03 Haywire - Dance Desire.flac

29.53 MB

 04 Haywire - Black and Blue.flac

29.58 MB

 05 Haywire - Fire.flac

30.36 MB

 06 Haywire - Thinkin' About the Years.flac

33.22 MB

 07 Haywire - Short End of a Wishbone.flac

27.11 MB

 08 Haywire - Operator Central.flac

30.49 MB

 09 Haywire - Tremble in Line.flac

24.08 MB

 10 Haywire - Wild Wild.flac

25.19 MB

 11 Haywire - Taken the Pain.flac

31.94 MB

 12 Haywire - Get Back.flac

29.27 MB

 13 Haywire - Wanna Be The One.flac

30.33 MB

 14 Haywire - Buzz.flac

36.12 MB

 tracked_by_h33t_com.txt

0.02 KB
 

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Torrent description

File Type: FLAC Compression 6
Cd recorder: Samsung SH –S203B
Cd Ripper: CDex v.151
EAC Log: No
EAC Cue Sheet: No
Tracker(s): http://www.h33t.com:3310/announce; http://tpb.tracker.thepiratebay.org:80/announce; http://inferno.demonoid.com:3413/announce
Torrent Hash: 5A2C1793AD705383C5818C1389A10B599B03D7A6
File Size: 410.83 Mb
Year: 2003
Label: Attic
Catalog #: ATT-1383



*After about 400 rips using the Plextor PX-716 & EAC I have finally found a CD that the Plextor would not read. As a matter of fact when I put the disc in the drive its like it didn’t exist. I used a couple different ripping programs to try and rip it but without the drive recognizing a disc being there it was pointless. Soo…

This was ripped on my second pc using a Samsung SH –S203B DVD/CD drive and Cdex. I ripped into a WAV then on my main pc converted to FLAC using EAC. It’s not the best rip I have done but it should suffice. Also, no log / cue files were made. But hey – you’re getting some high quality 80’s cheese in FLAC!


Enjoy some Haywire :)




Kit






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From Wiki:

Haywire is a Canadian AOR/hard rock band originally from Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.


Haywire formed in Charlottetown, PEI in 1982 by Dave Rashed, Paul MacAusland, Marvin Birt, Scott Roberts and Ronnie Switzer[1]. While all the members of the band have been solid from the start, drummer Sean Kilbride was actually the fourth drummer in the group's short history. Ron "Bumble" LeBlanc had replaced the original Haywire drummer Scott Roberts in 1984. He remained with the band through their demo stages, EP, and can be heard playing on two cuts of the bands first record with Attic. LeBlanc was replaced by Mac Cole when he decided to move on from the group and pursue a formal education. Cole only played two months with the band when Haywire's long-time friend Kilbride became available for the job. In the summer of 1986 the group jumped quickly and signed up Kilbride and successfully pursued a record contract with Attic.

Their first full-length album, Bad Boys, went platinum in Canada, while the title track became a top-40 hit. The following year, they released Don't Just Stand There, which also went platinum and contained their biggest ever hit, the hard-driving "Dance Desire". Throughout the late 80's, Haywire toured with other popular Canadian rockers such as Helix, Honeymoon Suite and Kim Mitchell. They also represented Canada in the World Popular Song Festival in Japan, where "Dance Desire" won the award for best song. Despite their success in Canada, and interest stateside from Doc McGee (Management for Bon Jovi, Mötley Crüe, Skid Row, etc.), Q-Prime (management for Metallica, Shania Twain, Red Hot Chili Peppers, etc.) & Chrysalis Records (to name one prominent record company), they were unable to secure a US record deal; rumoured due to totally unrealistic demands from Attic.

The follow-up album, Nuthouse, was recorded in Norway with Bjorn Nessjo at the production helm; one of Europe's most sought-after producers at the time. Unsatisfied with the results, Haywire fired Nessjo, remixed the album themselves and released it in 1990. It was guitar-driven, had a much harder edge and was considered to be the style of music the band wanted to pursue, rather than the pop pap their record label thought was necessary. Though it went gold (eventually hitting platinum sales), it didn't generate as much interest as their previous albums (and received the least amount of support from the record label). They produced one more album, 1992's Get Off, which was critically well-received, but still didn't fuel the support from the record company (financial and otherwise) that they needed. After contractual struggles, the group refused to re-sign with their label Attic, and was unable to secure a new contract Stateside. To fulfil their contractual obligations with Haywire, Attic released a greatest hits CD in 1993 entitled Wired - Best of without any input from the band (even with offered input including rare & unreleased material from David Rashed). The fan band eventually broke up in the mid-1990s.

Continual radio play in Canada has brought the band together in recent years for smaller scale tours with other acts from the Eighties. The band has recently had their albums re-issued on CD through Unidisc Music Inc.. In November 2006, Haywire were awarded the Music Prince Edward Island Lifetime Achievement Award[2].







Haywire – The Best of… 2003


Tracks:


1. Bad Bad Boy
2. Standin' in Line
3. Dance Desire
4. Black and Blue
5. Fire
6. Thinkin' About the Years
7. Short End of a Wishbone
8. Operator Central
9. Tremble in Line
10. Wild Wild
11. Taken the Pain
12. Get Back
13. Wanna Be the One
14. Buzz





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