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Tattoo-Cranial Visions
20 November 2011

Tattoo-Cranial Visions
Tattoo-Cranial Visions
English | BMP | Collection | 2.12 Gb

Hardcover, full-color, coffee table book containing over 800 photos of skull-themed artwork by 258 of the world's top tattoo artists. The book contains skulls rendered in every possible artistic medium.
Chapters Include: Tattoos, Paintings, Sketches & Drawings, Mixed Media, Digital Art, Graffiti, Photography, and Skullptures.
Tattoo-Cranial Visions (ENG)
25 November 2011

Tattoo-Cranial Visions (ENG)

Tattoo-Cranial Visions (ENG)

English | BMP | 2.68 GB

Genre: EBooks
Tattoo-Cranial Visions
7 March 2012

Tattoo-Cranial Visions
Tattoo-Cranial Visions
English | BMP | 2.68 GB
Endoscopic and Microsurgical Anatomy of the Cranial Base
6 June 2010

Endoscopic and Microsurgical Anatomy of the Cranial Base

 


Endoscopic and Microsurgical Anatomy of the Cranial Base

 


Springer Vienna | 2009-11-23 | ISBN: 3211993193 | 197 pages | PDF | 62 MB

 



This atlas illustrates the anatomical structures of the internal and external cranial base and their topography essential to transnasal endoscopic surgical approaches.
Currently, the majority of transnasal microsurgical interventions are largely restricted to hypophyseal interventions. The petrous part of the temporal bone and the retrosellar median area have only been cautiously approached using microsurgical endoscopy due to a current lack of technical experience and topographical knowledge. These approaches are common in the US, though, where they are already successfully conducted which calls for a profound anatomical knowledge.
Wolfgang Seeger:Endoscopic and Microsurgical Anatomy of the Cranial Base
8 June 2010

Wolfgang Seeger:Endoscopic and Microsurgical Anatomy of the Cranial Base
Wolfgang Seeger, "Endoscopic and Microsurgical Anatomy of the Cranial Base
Springer Vienna | 2009-11-23 | 197 pages | PDF | 59,6 MB
Cranial Manipulation Theory and Practice: Osseous and Soft Tissue Approaches
24 December 2010

Cranial Manipulation Theory and Practice: Osseous and Soft Tissue Approaches
Cranial Manipulation Theory and Practice: Osseous and Soft Tissue Approaches
SVQ | 400x300 | 4:3 795 kbps | 442 MB
Extra-Cranial Application of Diffusion-Weighted MRI
3 December 2013

Extra-Cranial Application of Diffusion-Weighted MRI
Extra-Cranial Applications of Diffusion-Weighted MRI
English | 2010 | ISBN: 0521518695 | 226 pages | PDF | 10 mb
Ethereal Riffian - Shaman's Visions (2011)
10 May 2011


Ethereal Riffian - Shaman's Visions (2011)

Ethereal Riffian - Shaman's Visions (2011)
EAC rip | FLAC + .cue, log-file | Scans | Rar 3% rec. | 360 MB
Genre: Rock / Stoner/Doom/Psychedelic | Label: Selfreleased
The stoner-doom scene in the Ukraine and Russia was once the home for goth-doom bands but over the last couple of years, these countries have woken up to the joys of traditional and stoner-doom metal. What kills me is these new bands emerging from there playing this style are among the very best in the world. Without God, Stoned Jesus, Lord Of Doubts and The Moon Mistress are the bands leading the charge but that is only the beginning, there is many more bands about to be unleashed. It is so great and exciting to see this new scene emerging. Another new band is Ethereal Riffian and this album titled 'Shaman's Visions' is an album that simply had to be made and they have done it. Much like when Sleep released the 'Jerusalem' album, this album comes along as a breath of exciting smoke-filled air. While the style has been done many times before, there is something fresh about this that makes this one of the most interesting releases of 2011 and they are giving it away for free if you can live with just a download, check the links at the end of this review for details.
This Kiev based band has put together an amazing CD package so I don't see how anyone would be happy with just a download of this album. The artwork and packaging is stunning, if only every band would put this much work into how their albums are presented, maybe people wouldn't be so obsessed with just stealing a download. This is the most gorgeous package I have seen all year with only the limited-edition Orchid coming anywhere close to being this spectacular. But if the packaging sends your mind into orgasmic overload, wait till you hear the music. Ethereal Riffian play a mesmerizing, hypnotic brand of stoner-doom that is mystical, spiritual and infectious. They are not as 'heavy' as you might expect, this is more your meditative kind of stoner-doom, something to let your brain float away with and take you on a little voyage into the cosmos. They are part Sleep, Kyuss, Ufomammut, with a healthy dose of Hawkwind on the side but it is bundled up with something that sounds truly fresh. The album is split into five parts and I guess it could be called a 'concept' kind of album with each part having its own unique vibe.
The short, mostly instrumental 'Part I Whispering of the Ancients (The Awakening)' begins the album and you are immediately thrown into what sounds like a kind of ancient ritual ceremony. The smoke-filled atmosphere, heavy riffing and primitive, hypnotic drumming and the LSD tinged melodies are truly mesmerizing and that doesn't really change throughout the next thirty minutes. While 'Shaman's Visions' is made up of five unique parts, they bleed into each other giving the impression this is long epic track and it is easy to lose track of where you are in the album's running order. The album is so mesmerizing that it usually ends without realizing the five parts have all be done with and then you have no choice but to play it again and again. There is many variations and changes that are sometimes obvious but usually very subtle, 'Part II Beyond (The Search)' is one of the sections that is a highlight along with the closing piece 'Part V Light of Self (The Truth)' but the album as a whole is really a highlight. It is almost impossible to single out one part as a favorite track, the entire album from start to finish is totally engaging.
Like I already mentioned, the band is more about psychedelic stoner-doom that is hypnotic and melodic than just being heavy for the sake of it. There is truly great riffing on the album but it is the atmosphere on the recording that ultimately wins you over. This is one of the most tripped-out albums released in recent years and you will feel like you are on a psychoactive drug while listening to 'Shaman's Visions' as the music really does alter your cognition and perception of everything around you. It is so easy to lose yourself in tracks like 'Part III Yax Imix Che (The Path)' for example. This is the debut album of the year so far in my opinion, essential listening. Download it for free but I am sure you will want the CD after you soaked up the psychedelic, mesmerizing sounds of Ethereal Riffian.

Gothic Visions 4 2013 PAL DVD9 MDVDR-RHyTM
6 July 2013

Gothic Visions 4 2013 PAL DVD9 MDVDR-RHyTM

Gothic Visions 4 2013 PAL DVD9 MDVDR-RHyTM
Language(s):
English | Year: 2013 | Genre: Gothic | 7.92 GB
Gothic-Visions


With the new GOTHIC VISIONS IV the well established DVD series will continue this year as a CD+DVD Special Edition, which again includes a very diversified collection of video and audio tracks from the alternative music scene.
Visions of Light: The Art of Cinematography
12 June 2010

Visions of Light: The Art of Cinematography

Visions of Light: The Art of Cinematography

English | DIV3 576x432 | AC3 96 Kbps | 698 MB

Genre: eLearning / Documentary


Visions of Light is not just for film buffs. In fact, if the presentation of the Oscar for Best Cinematography is your cue to take a bathroom break from the Academy Awards, then this exhilarating documentary will help you see movies in a whole new light. Named Best Documentary by the National Society of Film Critics as well as several film-critic associations, Visions of Light traces the history and illuminates the art of cinematography. It profiles the cameramen who pioneered the visual language of cinema (such as D.W. Griffith’s cameraman Billy Bitzer and Gregg Toland, who shot Orson Welles’s Citizen Kane), as well as the masters they influenced, among them Nestor Alemendros (Days of Heaven), Vilmos Zsigmond (McCabe and Mrs. Miller), and Gordon Willis, the affectionately nicknamed “Prince of Darkness” who shot the Godfather films.