Saturday, September 1, 2007

Deleted links / Re-post requests:

Quite a few of my recent posts have been deleted. Give me time and I can re-post soon.
What a bunch a suckers. For the time being...any one else have any requests for re-posts? You can put them in the comments here and I'll try and have them up sometimes soon. Thanks In advance.


Greg said...

Excellent site....I've only recently "discovered" this (and similiar blogs)...and I'm going a bit nuts...Thanks!
Any way to re-post the Katayama Hiroaki Quartet releases?
also Troum "Mort A Vache"?

Thanks !!!

jAy @ jApAn said...

Hey greg...glad to know you are enjoying. Those 2 Katayama Hiroaki discs are still the download should work fine for you. The Troum re-post is forthcoming.
Thanks again!

spiralstares said...

ahh— i love WFU™!
the city in flame post as well as dirks passing were deeply affecting.
i'd requested a repost of DMBQ fable of thinner lemon there, just before checking in to find out the news.
any chance you find a copy lying around, i would appreciate it HIGHLY.
thanks! keep up the good work.

by the way, conet project and a full version of daddy's curse can be found at my spot, along with some other goodness in return.


spiralstares said...

ugh — screwed the link...

Greg said...


Thanks....I was having problems with the Katayama Hiroaki the other day, but now its working great...I'm looking forward to the Troum.
Let me know if there is anything that you've been looking for (I've got tons of stuff I can rip from disc and vinyl)...


Anonymous said...

i've had a lot of success downloading some great quirky, creepy, bubbly etc... More success here than other sites. I'm greatful Great site. great viariety

jAy @ jApAn said...

Hey Spiralstares, that DMBQ album is coming soooooooon!

spiralstares said...

you just made my day, month, year, etc.!
thanks in advance!!

CylonDetector2000 said...

Just discovered your blog, with excellent posts ranging from Barnes & Barnes to Screaming Seagull Kiss Her Kiss Her. Wondering if you could re-upload Sun Ra's "Reflections in Blue."