Manchester United - The Golden Goals Collection (1994) [VHS-Rip].avi (Size: 425.66 MB) (Files: 2)
Manchester United - The Golden Goals Collection (1994) [VHS-Rip].avi
Manchester United - The Golden Goals Collection (1994) [VHS-Rip].nfo
I released this a few months ago on Demonoid. As it seems uncertain whether Demonoid will ever re-appear I'm in the process of re-posting my releases to Pirate Bay.
Ripped from my CD.
Ripper: Ripit (cdparanoia v10.2 in mode 3 - full paranoia. This gives a secure rip)
Encoded to flac -5, all tracks accurately numbered, named and tagged.
m3u playlist included
High quality full size 300 dpi scans of front cover, small booklet, & rear tray, ready to print.
Track Listings 1. Mona Ki Ngi Xiça 2. Uengi Dia Ngola 3. Balumukeno 4. Ku Tando 5. Kilumba Dia Ngola 6. Muadikime 7. Luanda Nbolo 8. Mu Nhango 9. Paxi Ni Ngongo 10. Muimbo Ua Sabalu
Over his 30-year career, and an equal number of albums, Angola’s Bonga has traced the arc of his country’s recent history, from the Portuguese colonial experience to Angola’s struggle for independence and the scars of its recently-ended civil war.
Born Jose Adelino Barcelo de Carvalho in the impoverished town of Kipri, he gained his initial fame as an athlete, setting a record for a 400-meter event in Greece. He later joined Angola’s national football team, adopting the name Bonga Kuenda (“the one who looks forward”) to carry communiqués from independence movement revolutionaries in Angola to exiled freedom fighters in Europe.
In the early ’70s, he was forced into exile himself for his activism in the left-wing Popular Liberation Movement of Angola (MPLA). After Angola won its independence from Portugal in 1975, the MPLA took power and, in order to escape the ensuing civil war that would soon consume his homeland, Bonga moved to Europe, where he recorded the superb Angola 72.
Eventually Bonga established himself in Lisbon, where he’s remained ever since. The singer-songwriter has transformed his nostalgic vision into an act of faith, buoyed by extraordinary music that nourishes the soul while moving the body. The recently-released Kaxexe (“Hidden”) proves the point.
Singing in a gravelly mixture of Portuguese and Kimbundu, one of Angola’s indigenous languages, and wielding his trademark dizanka (a traditional bamboo scraper), Bonga is a master of semba, the infectious Angolan rhythm traditionally played by a small combo of guitar, accordion and light percussion.
But Bonga has big, inclusive ears, and incorporates sounds from all across the Lusophone world and beyond, making his sound an appealing blend of Portuguese cantiga, Cape Verdean morna and Congolese soukous. Unlike artists such as Cape Verdean diva Cesaria Evora, or Angola’s Patricia Faria, who polish their music into a subtle pop sheen, Bonga has kept to his credo that music should evolve from tradition, and should be wielded as a political weapon, even when it brings unwelcome results.
Note for EAC fetishists and DAE religionists ;-)
Ripit is a secure ripper when used with cdparanoia v10.2 and an optical drive whose cache can be defeated (or of course a drive which does not cache digital audio). I have tested it (and many other Windows and UNIX CD rippers) and when the resulting flacs are decoded to wav they are bit for bit identical to those obtained by decoding flacs from error-free (and accuraterip checked) rips made with EAC (verified by md5sum check of the wavs). If this is not satisfactory please don't post to express a complaint, a question, your anxieties, or your beliefs. Instead simply purchase the original CD.
Convert the flacs to wav: flac -d *.flac
cd.toc is a toc for perfect dao burning using cdrdao in GNU/Linux or Mac/Solaris/BSD etc. Recommended.
cdrdao write --device --speed 4 cd.toc
(device is optional on a single optical drive system, speed is optional)
If your burner supports CD-Text the full CD-Text information contained in the cd.toc will be written to the CD.
cd.cue is a cue sheet for burning in Windows. (untested)
Windows users can also use burnatonce to burn from cd.toc (after converting the flacs to wav). Should work on all versions of Windows, may be a problem with Vista's UAC (untested).