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Name:The Tea Party Discography FLAC h33t Kitlope

Total Size: 2.32 GB

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Last Updated: 2014-12-28 06:15:11 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2008-07-21 21:35:47

Torrent Files List

Alhambra 1996 (Size: 2.32 GB) (Files: 95)

 Alhambra 1996


1.30 KB

  The Tea Party - Alhambra - 01. The Grand Bazaar.flac

28.31 MB

  The Tea Party - Alhambra - 02. Inanna (Acoustic).flac

22.09 MB

  The Tea Party - Alhambra - 03. Silence (Acoustic).flac

29.71 MB

  The Tea Party - Alhambra - 04. Turn The Lamp Down (Acoustic).flac

35.74 MB

  The Tea Party - Alhambra - 05. Time (feat. Roy Harper).flac

48.75 MB

  The Tea Party - Alhambra - 06. Sister Awake Remix.flac

31.46 MB

  The Tea Party - Alhambra.log

3.75 KB

  The Tea Party - Alhambra.m3u

0.64 KB

 Seven Circles 2004

  01 The Tea Party - Seven Circles - Writings on the Wall.flac

20.65 MB

  02 The Tea Party - Seven Circles - Stargazer.flac

31.34 MB

  03 The Tea Party - Seven Circles - One Step Closer Away.flac

27.96 MB

  04 The Tea Party - Seven Circles - Oceans.flac

34.07 MB

  05 The Tea Party - Seven Circles - Luxuria.flac

32.56 MB

  06 The Tea Party - Seven Circles - Overload.flac

29.59 MB

  07 The Tea Party - Seven Circles - Coming Back Again.flac

34.53 MB

  08 The Tea Party - Seven Circles - The Watcher.flac

30.75 MB

  09 The Tea Party - Seven Circles - Empty Glass.flac

25.45 MB

  10 The Tea Party - Seven Circles - Wishing You Would Stay.flac

28.82 MB

  11 The Tea Party - Seven Circles - Seven Circles.flac

37.80 MB

 Splendor Solis 1993

  Splendor Solis.cue

2.07 KB

  Tea Party - Splendor Solis - 01. The River.flac

37.38 MB

  Tea Party - Splendor Solis - 02. Midsummer Day.flac

32.57 MB

  Tea Party - Splendor Solis - 03. A Certain Slant Of Light.flac

29.47 MB

  Tea Party - Splendor Solis - 04. Winter Solstice.flac

16.83 MB

  Tea Party - Splendor Solis - 05. Save Me.flac

42.05 MB

  Tea Party - Splendor Solis - 06. Sun Going Down.flac

45.14 MB

  Tea Party - Splendor Solis - 07. In This Time.flac

24.22 MB

  Tea Party - Splendor Solis - 08. Dreams Of Reason.flac

33.81 MB

  Tea Party - Splendor Solis - 09. Raven Skies.flac

34.87 MB

  Tea Party - Splendor Solis - 10. Haze On The Hills.flac

8.19 MB

  Tea Party - Splendor Solis - 11. The Majestic Song.flac

31.59 MB

  Tea Party - Splendor Solis.log

5.67 KB

  Tea Party - Splendor Solis.m3u

1.02 KB

 The Edges of Twilight 1995

  Tea Party - The Edges Of Twilight - 01. Fire In The Head.flac

35.25 MB

  Tea Party - The Edges Of Twilight - 02. The Bazaar.flac

27.54 MB

  Tea Party - The Edges Of Twilight - 03. Correspondences.flac

48.48 MB

  Tea Party - The Edges Of Twilight - 04. The Badger.flac

21.26 MB

  Tea Party - The Edges Of Twilight - 05. Silence.flac

20.72 MB

  Tea Party - The Edges Of Twilight - 06. Sister Awake.flac

41.98 MB

  Tea Party - The Edges Of Twilight - 07. Turn The Lamp Down Low.flac

31.97 MB

  Tea Party - The Edges Of Twilight - 08. Shadows On The Mountainside.flac

21.27 MB

  Tea Party - The Edges Of Twilight - 09. Drawing Down The Moon.flac

38.74 MB

  Tea Party - The Edges Of Twilight - 10. Inanna.flac

23.80 MB

  Tea Party - The Edges Of Twilight - 11. Coming Home.flac

40.87 MB

  Tea Party - The Edges Of Twilight - 12. Walk With Me.flac

66.65 MB

  Tea Party - The Edges Of Twilight.log

5.85 KB

  Tea Party - The Edges Of Twilight.m3u

1.19 KB

  The Edges Of Twilight.cue

2.13 KB

 The Interzone Mantras 2001

  Interzone Mantras.cue

2.25 KB

  The Tea Party - Interzone Mantras - 01. Interzone.flac

26.76 MB

  The Tea Party - Interzone Mantras - 02. Angels.flac

33.99 MB

  The Tea Party - Interzone Mantras - 03. The Master & Margarita.flac

32.40 MB

  The Tea Party - Interzone Mantras - 04. Apathy.flac

27.72 MB

  The Tea Party - Interzone Mantras - 05. Soulbreaking.flac

32.48 MB

  The Tea Party - Interzone Mantras - 06. Lullaby.flac

29.55 MB

  The Tea Party - Interzone Mantras - 07. Must Must.flac

30.24 MB

  The Tea Party - Interzone Mantras - 08. White Water Siren.flac

36.58 MB

  The Tea Party - Interzone Mantras - 09. Cathartik.flac

35.68 MB

  The Tea Party - Interzone Mantras - 10. Dust To Gold.flac

32.18 MB

  The Tea Party - Interzone Mantras - 11. Requiem.flac

30.34 MB

  The Tea Party - Interzone Mantras - 12. Mantra.flac

53.83 MB

  The Tea Party - Interzone Mantras.log

6.06 KB

  The Tea Party - Interzone Mantras.m3u

1.15 KB


0.02 KB

 Transmission 1997

  Tea Party - Transmission - 01. Temptation.flac

23.86 MB

  Tea Party - Transmission - 02. Army Ants.flac

26.59 MB

  Tea Party - Transmission - 03. Psychopomp.flac

35.50 MB

  Tea Party - Transmission - 04. Gyroscope.flac

21.12 MB

  Tea Party - Transmission - 05. Alarum.flac

35.27 MB

  Tea Party - Transmission - 06. Release.flac

26.81 MB

  Tea Party - Transmission - 07. Transmission.flac

36.20 MB

  Tea Party - Transmission - 08. Babylon.flac

26.61 MB

  Tea Party - Transmission - 09. Pulse.flac

30.44 MB

  Tea Party - Transmission - 10. Emerald.flac

32.73 MB

  Tea Party - Transmission - 11. Aftermath.flac

28.57 MB

  Tea Party - Transmission.log

5.45 KB

  Tea Party - Transmission.m3u

0.87 KB


1.85 KB

 Triptych 1999

  The Tea Party - TRIPtych - 01. Touch.flac

29.78 MB

  The Tea Party - TRIPtych - 02. Underground.flac

24.40 MB

  The Tea Party - TRIPtych - 03. Great Big Lie.flac

27.20 MB

  The Tea Party - TRIPtych - 04. Heaven Coming Down.flac

27.39 MB

  The Tea Party - TRIPtych - 05. The Halcyon Days.flac

44.03 MB

  The Tea Party - TRIPtych - 06. The Messenger.flac

25.65 MB

  The Tea Party - TRIPtych - 07. Samsara.flac

29.31 MB

  The Tea Party - TRIPtych - 08. A Slight Attack.flac

23.56 MB

  The Tea Party - TRIPtych - 09. Taking Me Away.flac

33.46 MB

  The Tea Party - TRIPtych - 10. These Living Arms.flac

38.38 MB

  The Tea Party - TRIPtych - 11. Chimera.flac

32.39 MB

  The Tea Party - TRIPtych - 12. Gone.flac

25.94 MB

  The Tea Party - TRIPtych - 13. (unnamed).flac

2.87 MB

  The Tea Party - TRIPtych.log

6.36 KB

  The Tea Party - TRIPtych.m3u

1.16 KB


2.36 KB

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Torrent description

File Type: FLAC Compression 6
Cd recorder: Plextor PX-716SA
Cd Ripper: EAC 0.99 prebeta 3
EAC Log: Yes
EAC Cue Sheet: Yes
Torrent Hash: 6538AE7E583A50D87EBB38F5871A517D630E7E29
File Size: 2.31 Gb
Albums & Years: Splendor Solis 1993, The Edges of Twilight 1995, Alhambra 1996, Transmission 1997, Triptych 1999, The Interzone Mantras 2001, Seven Circles 2004
Label: EMI

Note 1: Their rare first indie release on the label Eternal Discs is not included in this torrent

Note 2: The CD "Seven Circles" has EMI copy protection on it. I was able to rip it into a .WAV using CDex and then converting it into a FLAC using EAC. Unfortenetly, no Cue File or Log was able to be made.

Please help seed these FLACs!

From Wiki:
The Tea Party were a Canadian rock band with blues, progressive rock, Indian and Middle Eastern influences, dubbed "Moroccan roll" by the media. Active throughout the 1990s and half of the 2000s, The Tea Party released eight albums on EMI Music Canada, selling 1.6 million records worldwide, and achieving a #1 Canadian single "Heaven Coming Down" in 1999.

The Tea Party toured Canada on twenty-one occasions and Australia on twelve, where they headlined a show in 2002 to an audience of 5,800 at the Hordern Pavilion, Sydney. In November 2002 The Tea Party toured Canada with symphony orchestras reinterpreting a decade's worth of shared songwriting. Their career together ended abruptly in 2005 due to creative differences.

Albums in this torrent

Splendor Solis

Reviews from Wiki:
Splendor Solis (1993) is The Tea Party's second album, and their first release on EMI Music Canada. The overall tone of the album is very organic and natural, with many songs featuring 6 and 12 string guitar acoustic guitars, and very little in terms of electronic effects or production techniques.

The album draws heavily on rock and blues of the 1970's, as well as displaying some psychedelic influences. As a result The Tea Party was often compared to Led Zeppelin, a parallel that was reinforced by Jeff Martin playing guitar with violin bow (not unlike Jimmy Page) on "Save Me". Martin's voice and singing style also drew comparisons to that of Jim Morrison, as did some of the album's lyrics.

"Sure," said Stuart Chatwood said of these comparisons "we draw from 70s rock as much as the other influences we've talked about. You can't ignore the power that Led Zeppelin or The Doors had, and there are elements of those influences in our songs, but it's a cop out to then write us off as some retro act. If people listen closely, they'll appreciate the originality of what we're doing, time changes. The fact that Jeff's a rock baritone doesn't justify the laziness of critics who slag him as a Morrison wanna-be."[1]

Splendor Solis was very well received in Canada, reaching platinum status in 1994 (now double platinum in 2000) and earning a Juno nomination for "Best Hard Rock Album". The band was also nominated for "Best New Group". Splendor Solis was also The Tea Party's first gold selling album in Australia, where the band had enjoyed great success throughout their career.[/quote]


"The River" – 5:44
"Midsummer Day" – 5:58
"A Certain Slant of Light" – 5:00
"Winter Solstice" – 2:45
"Save Me" – 6:35
"Sun Going down" – 6:31
"In This Time" – 4:57
"Dreams of Reason" – 6:19
"Raven Skies" – 5:17
"Haze on the Hills" – 2:24
"The Majestic Song" – 4:37

The Edges of Twilight

[quote]The Edges of Twilight (1995) is the third album by The Tea Party. The album features many instruments from around the world, giving various songs a strong world music flavour in addition to the rock/blues influences evident in the band's earlier releases. Jeff Burrows explained that "basically we wanted to expand upon the initial idea that we tried on Splendor Solis, which was trying to incorporate different styles of world music into our music. So with this album we became more familiar with many more instruments. In our minds we were trying to do for a rock album what Peter Gabriel does to pop by infusing various cultures, percussion and exotic sounds into it."[1]

The Edges of Twilight helped propel the band into mainstream success in their native Canada, where it reached double platinum status and earned the band several Juno nominations, including "Best Rock Album" and "Group of the Year".

The title of the album is taken from a chapter of the book Fire in the Head, by American author Tom Cowan, which also inspired the name of the first track on the album.

The album also includes a hidden song which features a spoken word performance by folk legend Roy Harper, who is a friend of the band.

Featured on the cover is a statue by William Wetmore Story called Angel of Grief.


"Fire in the Head" – 5:06
"The Bazaar" – 3:42
"Correspondences" – 7:28
"The Badger" – 3:58
"Silence" – 2:51
"Sister Awake" – 5:43
"Turn the Lamp down Low" – 5:16
"Shadows on the Mountainside" – 3:39
"Drawing down the Moon" – 5:26
"Inanna" – 3:48 "Coming Home" – 5:53
"Walk with Me" – 14:20 (includes a spoken word piece by Roy Harper)


Alhambra (1996) is an EP by The Tea Party and was used as a bridge between The Edges of Twilight and Transmission. It features four intricately re-worked acoustic songs from The Edges of Twilight and two others; the first a song entitled "Time" with Roy Harper on vocals, the second a remix of Sister Awake by Rhys Fulber.

Alhambra is an Enhanced CD and includes multimedia that the band used as a way to explain themselves, inviting fans to explore the details of exotic instruments, song meanings and video & audio clips.

The first song on the EP is "The Grand Bazaar", which was recorded during The Edges of Twilight sessions in December 1994 at A&M Studios (Los Angeles). The acoustic songs and "Time" were recorded in August 1995 at Studio Morin Heights (Morin Heights), with more acoustic versions of songs from these sessions appearing as B-sides ("The River", "Save Me" and "Sister Awake") on later singles and the European Triptych Special Tour Edition 2000 album.

EMI Music Canada re-issued Alhambra on 5 March 2002 with the multimedia CD-ROM component updated to work correctly on the Windows XP Operating System. The EP was also long out of stock in Canada.[/quote]


"The Grand Bazaar" – 3:55
"Inanna (acoustic version)" – 3:20
"Silence (acoustic version)" – 3:57
"Turn the Lamp Down (acoustic version)" – 4:58
"Time" – 6:58
"Sister Awake Remix" – 4:37


[quote]Transmission is the fourth album recorded by Canadian band The Tea Party, released in 1997 (see 1997 in music). The album sees the band expanding on the mix of rock, blues, and world music found in their previous albums by adding electronic instruments and recording techniques to their repertoire.

While still using several exotic instruments and maintaining the "eastern" influence in the recording, many songs also include samples, sequencers, and loops alongside the traditional acoustic instruments. The result is a harder, industrial sound, owing more to Nine Inch Nails than Led Zeppelin. The album is the angriest and most despairing release by the band, with lyrical references to the afterlife ("Psychopomp"), dystopian works of Aldous Huxley, George Orwell, Yevgeny Zamyatin ("Army Ants") and Giovanni Piranesi's 'Imaginary Prisons' ("Alarum").

Transmission continued to build on the momentum generated by The Edges of Twilight, reaching double platinum status in Canada and receiving a 1998 Juno nomination for "Blockbuster Rock Album of the Year".[/quote]


"Temptation" – 3:25
"Army Ants" – 3:33
"Psychopomp" – 5:17
"Gyroscope" – 2:56
"Alarum" – 4:58
"Release" – 4:05
"Transmission" – 5:17
"Babylon" – 2:50
"Pulse" – 4:09
"Emerald" – 4:51
"Aftermath" – 5:43


[quote]Triptych (1999) is The Tea Party's fifth album, and saw the trio blending the major influences found on their previous albums: the earthy rock of Splendor Solis, the world music inspired arrangements of The Edges of Twilight, and the industrial edge of Transmission.

Triptych displayed a band with a new confidence in songwriting. After the gloom of Transmission, which relied heavily on sampling and electronica, Triptych saw a band writing with both melody and content, whilst using electronica subtlety.[1] Evidenced by the Juno Award nominated single "Heaven Coming down", the band's first number one single in Canada. Triptych received a Juno nomination for "Best Rock Album", before achieving double platinum sales in Canada.[/quote]


"Touch" – 3:57
"Underground" – 3:41
"Great Big Lie" – 3:50
"Heaven Coming Down" – 4:01
"The Halcyon Days" – 5:57
"The Messenger" (Daniel Lanois cover) – 3:32
"Samsara " – 3:56
"A Slight Attack" – 3:15
"Taking Me Away" – 5:02
"These Living Arms" – 5:03
"Chimera" – 4:29
"Gone" – 3:35
Untitled – 1:02

The Interzone Mantras

[quote]The Interzone Mantras (2001) is the sixth album from Canadian rock group The Tea Party.
Named after William S. Burroughs' book of short stories Interzone and the band's interest in eastern mysticism and esoteric philosophies[1], the songwriting on The Interzone Mantras builds on the subtle electronica and ballads of Triptych, whilst returning to the familiar territory of their earlier albums with 70's rock and world music influences.[2] Jeff Martin explained that the album was a return to basics:

"The last two records, Transmission and Triptych, were very much creations of the studio - meticulously built. With this record we felt that we wanted to put a spark of passion underneath our asses.
"So many people have told us that we're this great live rock band, and I just wanted to see if, as producer, I could capture that on this record. I put us in a rehearsal space, the three of us, faced each other with just guitar, bass and drums - no toys - and, you know, 'let's Rock!'" The new approach fired the band up to such an extent that the album was recorded in just twenty days - "unheard of" for The Tea Party, Martin says.
Martin has special praise for drummer Jeff Burrows, who he proudly proclaims to be "THE best rock drummer going", and who did every drum track in one take.[1]

Lyrically the album draws from the works of modern writers Aleister Crowley, Mikhail Bulgakov, Wim Wenders, to ancient Greek mythology (Morpheus on "Lullaby"). The lyrics themselves written by Martin when holidaying in Prague, after the music was written from jams in the band's rehearsal space.[3]

The first 100,000 Canadian copies of The Interzone Mantras were packaged with a special lenticular cover, with Alessandro Bavari's depiction of Shiva moving depending on the viewing angle. Although not as commercially successful as previous albums, The Interzone Mantras is The Tea Party's highest charting album in Australia (debuting at #6 on the ARIA chart) and is certified Gold in Canada. It was also nominated for "Rock Album of the Year" at the 2003 Juno Awards.[/quote]


"Interzone" – 3:39
"Angels" – 4:54
"The Master and Margarita" – 4:13
"Apathy" – 3:55
"Soulbreaking" – 4:45
"Lullaby" – 4:19
"Must Must" – 3:59
"White Water Siren" – 4:54
"Cathartik" – 5:00
"Dust to Gold" – 4:20
"Requiem" – 4:30
"Mantra" – 8:00

Seven Circles

[quote]Seven Circles (2004) is The Tea Party's seventh album, and the last prior to the band breaking up in 2005. The album continues the style of the band's two previous offerings (The Interzone Mantras in 2001 and Triptych in 1999) by combining world music influences with rock instrumentation and electronic studio techniques. The album is also one of the band's most positive sounding records, forsaking the dystopian imagery and moody lyrics of past albums, and including several ballads that border on love-song territory. This change in focus has led to both praise and criticism from fans.[citation needed]

The album is dedicated to the memory of Steve Hoffman, the late manager of The Tea Party, who died of lung cancer in October 2003. Track 4, "Oceans" was written in his honour, with a promotional single released in May 2005 The Tea Party hoped to bring more attention to the Steven Hoffman Fund.[1]

Seven Circles marks the first time that Jeff Martin has duetted with another artist; "Wishing you would Stay" features fellow Canadian vocalist Holly McNarland, as a counterpoint to Martin's baritone.

The album peaked at number 5 on Billboard's Top Canadian Album chart, reaching gold status in Canada. Seven Circles also received a nomination for "Rock Album of the Year" at the 2005 Juno Awards.[/quote]


"Writing's on the Wall" – 2:40
"Stargazer" – 4:11
"One Step Closer Away" – 3:49
"Oceans" – 4:35
"Luxuria" – 4:25
"Overload" – 3:53
"Coming Back Again" – 4:44
"The Watcher" – 4:16
"Empty Glass" – 3:16
"Wishing You Would Stay" – 4:11
"Seven Circles" – 7:36

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