Future Trance Vol. 45 (2008)

Future Trance Vol. 45 (2008)

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01. Guru Josh Project - Infinity 2008 - Klaas Vocal Edit - FT Beat Version (4:25)
02. Dave Darell - Children - Club Radio Mix (5:04)
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Chris Tomlin – Hello Love (2008)

Track List:
1. Sing, Sing, Sing
2. Jesus Messiah
3. You Lifted Me Out
4. God Of This City
5. I Will Rise
6. Love
7. Praise The Father, Praise The Son
8. My Deliverer
9. With Me
10. Exalted (Yahweh)
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[FLAC/MP3] Jonas Brothers – A Little Bit Longer (HQ RIP!)

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Genre: Pop
Year: 2008

Wanna listen first?

Code:
http://www.myspace.com/jonasbrothers

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Annie Lennox – Live in Central Park DVDRip

Annie Lennox - Live in Central Park
DVD Release Date: December 12, 2000

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Linkin Park – Live In Texas HQ

Code: ftp://84.119.15.227/video/musicvideos/concerts/
Linkin%20Park%20-%20Live%20In%20Texas

Sasha – Invol2ver Mixed By Sasha (2008)


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Metallica – Symphony and Metallica (S&M) (1999)

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File Info

File Name: Metallica & San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.avi
File Size: 1,60 GB (1.719.459 Kb)
Video Codec: Xvid
Video Bitrate: 1522 Kbps
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Ashanti – The Declaration (2008) @ 320kbps

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Track Listings:

    01. Intro
    02. The Way That I Love You
    03. You're Gonna Miss
    04. So Over You
    05. Struggle
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[RS] Bush – 4 Albums

Bush

The British post-grunge band Bush was formed in 1992, named so because its members originated from Shepherd's Bush, London. Ironically, the band was long known as BushX in Canada due to copyright issues with another "Bush" from the seventies.
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X Japan (aka XJapan or X)

X Japan (???? ????, X Japan?) was a popular Japanese band founded in 1982 by drummer and pianist Yoshiki Hayashi and vocalist Toshimitsu "Toshi" Deyama. Originally named X (????), the group achieved its breakthrough success in 1989 with the release of their second album Blue Blood. They started out as a power/speed metal band and later gravitated towards a progressive sound, at all times retaining an emphasis on ballads. After three more albums, X Japan disbanded in 1997. In March 2007, Toshi announced on his website that he and Yoshiki had recently resumed working together, stating that the band would start reforming soon.
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