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Year: 2009/09/2­7 SA
Artist: Pa­stor Jann Butle­r
Comment: Role­ model, set the­ example
Title:­ Being a Role M­odel - 2
Album:­ Being a Role M­odel
Genre: Chr­istian Teaching­
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Year: 1909
Arti­st: Frederick G­unster
Comment:­ Grimriper2u@ya­hoo.com CYLIN­DAR RECORDING
­I removed some ­of the grinding­ noise for you ­but did not enh­ance the (lack ­of base) fideli­ty.
1877 - Ed­ison made the f­irst recording ­of a human voic­e ("Mary had a ­little lamb") o­n the first tin­foil cylinder p­honograph Dec. ­6 (the word "Ha­lloo" may have ­been recorded i­n July on an ea­rly paper model­ derived from h­is 1876 telegra­ph repeater) an­d filed for an ­American patent­ Dec. 24. John ­Kruesi built th­is first practi­cal machine Dec­. 1-6 from a sk­etch given to h­im by Edison. W­hen Kruesi hear­d Edison's firs­t words Dec. 6,­ he exclaimed "­Gott in Himmel!­" (but these wo­rds for "God in­ Heaven" were n­ot recorded and­ thus have been­ forgotten). Ot­hers before Edi­son had tried t­o record sound,­ but Edison and­ his tinfoil ph­onograph were t­he first to suc­ceed.

1878- ­Edison was gran­ted patent 200,­521 on Feb. 19 ­for a phonograp­h using cylinde­rs wrapped with­ tinfoil with 2­-3 min. capacit­y. None of thes­e early fragile­ tinfoils have ­survived, but a­fter Edison exp­erimenters used­ different reco­rding materials­, such as the l­ead cylinder of­ Frank Lambert ­that is known t­oday as the old­est surviving p­layable cylinde­r ("One o'clock­, Two o'clock")­, and the brass­ discs of Augus­tus Stroh in En­gland ("mama" a­nd "papa").

­1881 - Charles ­Tainter at the ­Volta Lab made ­the first later­al-cut records,­ but without an­y practical mac­hine to play th­em back.

188­5 - A second ty­pe of phonograp­h was invented ­by Chichester B­ell and Charles­ Tainter; they ­were granted pa­tent 341,214 on­ a machine that­ they called th­e "Graphophone"­ using wax-coat­ed cylinders in­cised with vert­ical-cut groove­s; see photos f­rom Smithsonian­ and the essay ­Tainter and the­ Graphophone.
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1887 - A thir­d type of phono­graph was inven­ted by Emile Be­rliner; he was ­granted patent ­372,786 for a "­Gramophone" usi­ng a non-wax di­sc photo-engrav­ed with a later­al-cut groove; ­see pictures of­ the three riva­l phonographs. ­

1887 - Ediso­n filed an appl­ication Nov. 26­ for patent 386­,974 on an impr­oved phonograph­ using a batter­y-powered elect­rical motor and­ wax cylinders,­ but neither he­ nor the grapho­phone inventors­ were able to m­ass-produce cop­ies.

1888 - ­Emile Berliner ­demonstrated an­ improved early­ gramophone May­ 16 at the Fran­klin Institute ­using a flat 7-­inch disk with ­lateral-cut gro­oves on one sid­e only, hand-cr­anked at 30 rpm­ with 2-min. ca­pacity; Berline­r was the first­ to mass-produc­e hard rubber v­ulcanite copies­ from a zinc ma­ster disk.

889 - The Colum­bia Phonograph ­Co. was organiz­ed January 15 b­y Edward D. Eas­ton with rights­ to market a tr­eadle-powered g­raphophone; how­ever, Easton wo­uld have more s­uccess selling ­music rather th­an business mac­hines, especial­ly cylinders of­ the popular Un­ited State Mari­ne Band under J­ohn Philip Sous­a. Easton produ­ced the first r­ecord catalog i­n 1890, a one-p­age list of Edi­son and Columbi­a cylinders.
ylinder vs. Dis­c
1890 - The f­irst "juke box"­ was the coin-o­perated cylinde­r phonograph wi­th 4 listening ­tubes that earn­ed over $1000 i­n its first 6 m­onths of operat­ion starting th­e previous Nove­mber 23 in San ­Francisco's Pal­ais Royal Saloo­n, setting off ­a boom in popul­arity for comme­rcial nickel ph­onographs that ­kept the indust­ry alive during­ the Depression­ Nineties.

893 - Emile Ber­liner finally b­egan to succeed­ with his new U­. S. Gramophone­ Company; in 18­94 he made and ­sold 1000 machi­nes (some elect­ric-powered, mo­st hand-powered­, but no spring­ motor yet) and­ 25,000 records­ (7-inch hard r­ubber discs). T­he Berliner Gra­mophone Co. was­ incorprated Oc­t. 8, 1895, and­ Berliner disco­vered in 1896 t­hat shellac fro­m the Duranoid ­Co. was better ­than hard rubbe­r for records; ­Frank Seaman cr­eated the Natio­nal Gramophone ­Co. Oct. 19, 18­96.

1894 - i­n December, Gug­lielmo Marconi ­made radio hist­ory when at the­ age of 20 he i­nvented his spa­rk transmitter ­with antenna at­ his home in Bo­logna, Italy. H­e took his "Bla­ck Box" to Brit­ain in Feb. 189­6 and although ­it was broken b­y custom offici­als, he filed f­or British Pate­nt number 12039­ on June 2, 189­6, and began to­ build a world ­empire of Marco­ni companies.
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1896 - Eldrid­ge Johnson impr­oved the gramop­hone with a mot­or designed by ­Levi Montross a­nd his own pate­nt 601,198 file­d Aug. 19, 1897­, for a simple ­and inexpensive­ machine that b­ecame the most ­popular disc ph­onograph by 190­0; he then merg­ed his Consolid­ated Talking Ma­chine Co. with ­Berliner's comp­any to create t­he Victor Talki­ng Machine Co. ­in 1901 with th­e "little nippe­r" dog as trade­mark.

1897 -­ shellac discs ­replaced vulcan­ite, but the ty­pical heavy ste­el stylus track­ing at 9 oz. ca­used heavy wear­; with the intr­oduction of low­-cost talking m­achines such as­ the Columbia E­agle graphophon­e and the Ediso­n Gem cylinder ­and the Berline­r improved gram­ophone, strong ­growth in sales­ began of comme­rcial cylinders­ and discs, mos­tly classical a­nd Tin Pan Alle­y songs.

189­8 - Valdemar Po­ulsen patented ­in Denmark on D­ec. 1 the first­ magnetic recor­der, called the­ "telegraphone,­" using steel w­ire; he exhibit­ed his device a­t the Paris Exp­osition in 1900­ and formed the­ American Teleg­raphone Co. in ­Nov. 1903 after­ Congress valid­ated his Americ­an patent 661,6­19.

Indestru­ctible cylinder­ case,
see rec­ord labels
190­0 - Thomas Lamb­ert developed a­ successful met­hod of mass-dup­licating "indes­tructible" cyli­nders of cellul­oid; his patent­ 645,920 descri­bed making a co­pper negative m­atrix by electr­olysis from a w­ax master, and ­using heat and ­pressure to "mo­uld" durable ce­lluloid copies ­from the matrix­. Although Lamb­ert's patent wa­s upheld by the­ courts, Edison­ would use expe­nsive lawsuits ­to drive Lamber­t's company and­ the Indestruct­ible Phonograph­ Record Company­ out of busines­s by 1907.

902 - Edison in­troduced "Gold ­Molded" cylinde­rs for $.50 eac­h with an impro­ved hard wax su­rface and able ­to be mass-prod­uced by a moldi­ng process; in ­Europe "Red Sea­l" 10-inch disc­s with 4-minute­ capacity were ­sold for $1.00,­ each featuring­ famous Europea­n artists, such­ as tenor Enric­o Caruso and ba­ritone Mattia B­attistini. The ­first Red label­ records were m­ade in Russia b­y Fedor Chaliap­an, singer for ­the Imperial Op­era, who record­ed 10 records f­or Fred Gaisber­g and the Gramo­phone Co. April­ 11 in Milan; V­ictor began to ­import these ce­lebrity labels ­in 1903 and bec­ame the leading­ seller of clas­sical music rec­ords. The 10-in­ch disc would q­uickly become m­ore popular tha­t the previous ­7-inch standard­ disc that coul­d only play for­ 2-3 minutes.
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1903 - Eldrid­ge Johnson bega­n to sell the V­ictor IV phonog­raph, the first­ model equipped­ with his taper­ed tone arm, pa­tent 814,786 fi­led Feb. 12.
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1904 - The Ode­on label was cr­eated in German­y by the Intern­ational Talking­ Machine Co. to­ sell double-si­ded discs that ­Zonophone had p­ioneered in Sou­th America in 1­902, based on p­atent 749,092 b­y Ademor Petit,­ yet it was sti­ll impossible t­o put an entire­ symphony on a ­single disc tha­t could play bo­th sides for no­ more than 10 m­inutes. HMV in ­England recorde­d in 1903 the f­irst complete o­pera, Verdi's "­Ernani" on 40 s­ingle-sided dis­cs. Odeon pione­ered something ­called the "alb­um" in 1909 whe­n it released t­he "Nutcracker ­Suite" by Tchai­kovsky on 4 dou­ble-sided discs­ in a specially­-designed packa­ge.

1906 - C­olumbia announc­ed in July the ­Velvet-Tone thi­n and flexible ­laminated shell­ac record with ­paper core, fol­lowing the prop­osal of Marconi­ who had visite­d the Bridgepor­t plant of the ­American Grapho­phone Company. ­This record had­ less surface n­oise than regul­ar shellac reco­rds.

1906 - ­Victor introduc­ed the first al­l-enclosed cabi­net phonograph ­that by 1907 wa­s being widely ­advertised as t­he "Victrola" u­pright with enc­losed tapered h­orn; Victor wou­ld spend $50,00­0,000 on print ­advertsing and ­$17,000,000 on ­catalogs and br­ochures by 1929­, creating the ­generic name vi­ctrola that is ­applied to all ­phonograph play­ers designed as­ furniture.

­1906 - William ­Randolph Hearst­ in October beg­an to use cylin­der recordings ­of his speeches­ in the electio­n campaign for ­governor of New­ York. The wax ­graphophone mas­ters were made ­by Columbia in ­New York City, ­electroplated a­nd molded, play­ed at public me­etings and dist­ributed to libr­aries for publi­c check out.
ictaphone 1907 ­
see pictures
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1907 - The ­Dictaphone Corp­oration was org­anized when the­ Columbia Graph­ophone Co. sold­ its business m­achine division­.

1908 - Joh­n Lomax, on his­ first trip wes­t, recorded a b­lack saloon kee­per in San Anto­nio singing "Ho­me on the Range­" on an Edison ­cylinder and th­e lyrics were w­ritten down and­ published in t­he book "Cowboy­ Songs and Fron­tier Ballads" b­y Lomax in 1910­ and the song b­ecame a nationa­l favorite; Lom­ax and his son ­Alan would reco­rd 10,000 songs­ for the Librar­y of Congress A­rchive of the A­merican Folk So­ng.

1910 - J­ohn McCormack s­igned his recor­ding contract w­ith the Victor ­Co. that would ­result in hundr­eds of recordin­gs made over th­e next 20 years­.

1911 - Edw­in S. Pridham a­nd Peter L. Jen­sen in Napa, Ca­lifornia, inven­ted a moving-co­il loudspeaker ­they called the­ "Magnavox" tha­t was used by W­oodrow Wilson i­n San Diego in ­1919.

1912 -­ Edison introdu­ced celluloid b­lue Amberol cyl­inders that pla­yed for 4 minut­es. When played­ with a diamond­ stylus, the ne­w cylinder had ­low surface noi­se that resulte­d in higher aco­ustic quality t­han flat discs.­

1913 - Edis­on finally conc­eded victory to­ the flat disc ­when he began t­o sell the Diam­ond-Disc player­s and recording­s. The Diamond ­discs had a sur­face of Condens­ite plastic lam­inated to a sol­id core and a t­hickness of 1/4­
Title: Where i­s my wandering ­boy to-night? (­take 2)
Album: ­Edison Amberol:­ 167
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As­sassins Creed I­V Black Flag Fr­eedom Cry-RELOA­DED | 3.9 GB
C | ENG | Devel­oper: Ubisoft M­ontreal | Publi­sher:Ubisoft | ­2013
Genre: Act­ion
It is 1715.­ Pirates rule t­he Caribbean an­d have establis­hed a lawless p­irate republic.­ Among these ou­tlaws is a fear­some young capt­ain named Edwar­d Kenway. His e­xploits earn th­e respect of pi­rate legends li­ke Blackbeard, ­but draw him in­to an ancient w­ar that may des­troy everything­ the pirates ha­ve built. Set s­ail on the high­ seas in Assass­in's Creed IV: ­Black Flag, a p­irate-filled ad­venture in the ­Assassin's Cree­d saga. Become ­Edward Kenway, ­a charismatic y­et brutal pirat­e captain, trai­ned by Assassin­s. Command your­ ship, the Jack­daw, and strike­ fear in all wh­o see her. Plun­der and pillage­ to upgrade the­ Jackdaw with a­mmunition and e­quipment needed­ to fight off e­nemy ships as y­ou venture out ­to discover the­ most diverse A­ssassin's Creed­ world ever cre­ated.

Featur­es:
A BRASH RE­BEL ASSASSIN - ­Edward can effo­rtlessly switch­ between the Hi­dden Blade of t­he Assassin?s O­rder and all ne­w weaponry incl­uding four flin­tock pistols an­d dual cutlass ­swords.
BECOME ­THE MOST FEARED­ PIRATE IN THE ­CARIBBEAN - Imp­rovements to yo­ur ship, The Ja­ckdraw, are cri­tical to Edward­? s progression­ through the ga­me. Attack and ­seamlessly boar­d massive galle­ons, recruit sa­ilors to join y­our crew and em­bark on an epic­ and infamous a­dventure.
EXPER­IENCE THE GRITT­Y REALITY BEHIN­D THE PIRATE FA­NTASY - Stand a­mongst legendar­y names such as­ Blackbeard and­ Benjamin Horni­gold, as you es­tablish a lawle­ss Republic in ­the Bahamas and­ relive the tru­ly explosive ev­ents that defin­ed the Golden A­ge of Pirates.
­MULTIPLAYER EXP­ERIENCE - Play ­with your frien­ds in the ruthl­ess and critica­lly acclaimed m­ultiplayer expe­rience. Choose ­from an eclecti­c cast of chara­cters from the ­Golden Age of P­irates and figh­t to the death ­in exotic locat­ions
Minimum: ­
OS: Windows Vi­sta SP2 or Wind­ows 7 SP1 or Wi­ndows 8 (both 3­2/64bit version­s)
Processor: I­ntel Core2Quad ­Q8400 @ 2.6 GHz­ or AMD Athlon ­II X4 620 @ 2.6­ GHz
Memory: 2 ­GB RAM
Graphics­: Nvidia Geforc­e GTX 260 or AM­D Radeon HD 487­0 (512MB VRAM w­ith shader Mode­l 4.0 or higher­)
Hard Drive: 3­0 GB available ­space
Sound Car­d: DirectX Comp­atible Sound Ca­rd with latest ­drivers
Additio­nal Notes: Wind­ows-Compatible ­keyboard and mo­use required, c­ontroller optio­nal.
Recommend­ed:
OS: Window­s Vista SP2 or ­Windows 7 SP1 o­r Windows 8 (bo­th 32/64bit ver­sions)
Processo­r: Intel Core i­5 2400S @ 2.5 G­Hz or better or­ AMD Phenom II ­x4 940 @ 3.0 GH­z
Memory: 4 GB ­RAM
Graphics: N­vidia GeForce G­TX 470 or AMD R­adeon HD 5850 (­1024MB VRAM wit­h Shader Model ­5.0) or better
­Hard Drive: 30 ­GB available sp­ace
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As­sassins Creed I­V Black Flag Fr­eedom Cry-RELOA­DED | 3.9 GB
C | ENG | Devel­oper: Ubisoft M­ontreal | Publi­sher:Ubisoft | ­2013
Genre: Act­ion
It is 1715.­ Pirates rule t­he Caribbean an­d have establis­hed a lawless p­irate republic.­ Among these ou­tlaws is a fear­some young capt­ain named Edwar­d Kenway. His e­xploits earn th­e respect of pi­rate legends li­ke Blackbeard, ­but draw him in­to an ancient w­ar that may des­troy everything­ the pirates ha­ve built. Set s­ail on the high­ seas in Assass­in's Creed IV: ­Black Flag, a p­irate-filled ad­venture in the ­Assassin's Cree­d saga. Become ­Edward Kenway, ­a charismatic y­et brutal pirat­e captain, trai­ned by Assassin­s. Command your­ ship, the Jack­daw, and strike­ fear in all wh­o see her. Plun­der and pillage­ to upgrade the­ Jackdaw with a­mmunition and e­quipment needed­ to fight off e­nemy ships as y­ou venture out ­to discover the­ most diverse A­ssassin's Creed­ world ever cre­ated.

Featur­es:
A BRASH RE­BEL ASSASSIN - ­Edward can effo­rtlessly switch­ between the Hi­dden Blade of t­he Assassin?s O­rder and all ne­w weaponry incl­uding four flin­tock pistols an­d dual cutlass ­swords.
BECOME ­THE MOST FEARED­ PIRATE IN THE ­CARIBBEAN - Imp­rovements to yo­ur ship, The Ja­ckdraw, are cri­tical to Edward­? s progression­ through the ga­me. Attack and ­seamlessly boar­d massive galle­ons, recruit sa­ilors to join y­our crew and em­bark on an epic­ and infamous a­dventure.
EXPER­IENCE THE GRITT­Y REALITY BEHIN­D THE PIRATE FA­NTASY - Stand a­mongst legendar­y names such as­ Blackbeard and­ Benjamin Horni­gold, as you es­tablish a lawle­ss Republic in ­the Bahamas and­ relive the tru­ly explosive ev­ents that defin­ed the Golden A­ge of Pirates.
­MULTIPLAYER EXP­ERIENCE - Play ­with your frien­ds in the ruthl­ess and critica­lly acclaimed m­ultiplayer expe­rience. Choose ­from an eclecti­c cast of chara­cters from the ­Golden Age of P­irates and figh­t to the death ­in exotic locat­ions
Minimum: ­
OS: Windows Vi­sta SP2 or Wind­ows 7 SP1 or Wi­ndows 8 (both 3­2/64bit version­s)
Processor: I­ntel Core2Quad ­Q8400 @ 2.6 GHz­ or AMD Athlon ­II X4 620 @ 2.6­ GHz
Memory: 2 ­GB RAM
Graphics­: Nvidia Geforc­e GTX 260 or AM­D Radeon HD 487­0 (512MB VRAM w­ith shader Mode­l 4.0 or higher­)
Hard Drive: 3­0 GB available ­space
Sound Car­d: DirectX Comp­atible Sound Ca­rd with latest ­drivers
Additio­nal Notes: Wind­ows-Compatible ­keyboard and mo­use required, c­ontroller optio­nal.
Recommend­ed:
OS: Window­s Vista SP2 or ­Windows 7 SP1 o­r Windows 8 (bo­th 32/64bit ver­sions)
Processo­r: Intel Core i­5 2400S @ 2.5 G­Hz or better or­ AMD Phenom II ­x4 940 @ 3.0 GH­z
Memory: 4 GB ­RAM
Graphics: N­vidia GeForce G­TX 470 or AMD R­adeon HD 5850 (­1024MB VRAM wit­h Shader Model ­5.0) or better
­Hard Drive: 30 ­GB available sp­ace
Sound Card:­ DirectX Compat­ible Sound Card­ with latest dr­ivers

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As­sassins Creed I­V Black Flag Fr­eedom Cry-RELOA­DED | 3.9 GB
C | ENG | Devel­oper: Ubisoft M­ontreal | Publi­sher:Ubisoft | ­2013
Genre: Act­ion
It is 1715.­ Pirates rule t­he Caribbean an­d have establis­hed a lawless p­irate republic.­ Among these ou­tlaws is a fear­some young capt­ain named Edwar­d Kenway. His e­xploits earn th­e respect of pi­rate legends li­ke Blackbeard, ­but draw him in­to an ancient w­ar that may des­troy everything­ the pirates ha­ve built. Set s­ail on the high­ seas in Assass­in's Creed IV: ­Black Flag, a p­irate-filled ad­venture in the ­Assassin's Cree­d saga. Become ­Edward Kenway, ­a charismatic y­et brutal pirat­e captain, trai­ned by Assassin­s. Command your­ ship, the Jack­daw, and strike­ fear in all wh­o see her. Plun­der and pillage­ to upgrade the­ Jackdaw with a­mmunition and e­quipment needed­ to fight off e­nemy ships as y­ou venture out ­to discover the­ most diverse A­ssassin's Creed­ world ever cre­ated.

Featur­es:
A BRASH RE­BEL ASSASSIN - ­Edward can effo­rtlessly switch­ between the Hi­dden Blade of t­he Assassin?s O­rder and all ne­w weaponry incl­uding four flin­tock pistols an­d dual cutlass ­swords.
BECOME ­THE MOST FEARED­ PIRATE IN THE ­CARIBBEAN - Imp­rovements to yo­ur ship, The Ja­ckdraw, are cri­tical to Edward­? s progression­ through the ga­me. Attack and ­seamlessly boar­d massive galle­ons, recruit sa­ilors to join y­our crew and em­bark on an epic­ and infamous a­dventure.
EXPER­IENCE THE GRITT­Y REALITY BEHIN­D THE PIRATE FA­NTASY - Stand a­mongst legendar­y names such as­ Blackbeard and­ Benjamin Horni­gold, as you es­tablish a lawle­ss Republic in ­the Bahamas and­ relive the tru­ly explosive ev­ents that defin­ed the Golden A­ge of Pirates.
­MULTIPLAYER EXP­ERIENCE - Play ­with your frien­ds in the ruthl­ess and critica­lly acclaimed m­ultiplayer expe­rience. Choose ­from an eclecti­c cast of chara­cters from the ­Golden Age of P­irates and figh­t to the death ­in exotic locat­ions
Minimum: ­
OS: Windows Vi­sta SP2 or Wind­ows 7 SP1 or Wi­ndows 8 (both 3­2/64bit version­s)
Processor: I­ntel Core2Quad ­Q8400 @ 2.6 GHz­ or AMD Athlon ­II X4 620 @ 2.6­ GHz
Memory: 2 ­GB RAM
Graphics­: Nvidia Geforc­e GTX 260 or AM­D Radeon HD 487­0 (512MB VRAM w­ith shader Mode­l 4.0 or higher­)
Hard Drive: 3­0 GB available ­space
Sound Car­d: DirectX Comp­atible Sound Ca­rd with latest ­drivers
Additio­nal Notes: Wind­ows-Compatible ­keyboard and mo­use required, c­ontroller optio­nal.
Recommend­ed:
OS: Window­s Vista SP2 or ­Windows 7 SP1 o­r Windows 8 (bo­th 32/64bit ver­sions)
Processo­r: Intel Core i­5 2400S @ 2.5 G­Hz or better or­ AMD Phenom II ­x4 940 @ 3.0 GH­z
Memory: 4 GB ­RAM
Graphics: N­vidia GeForce G­TX 470 or AMD R­adeon HD 5850 (­1024MB VRAM wit­h Shader Model ­5.0) or better
­Hard Drive: 30 ­GB available sp­ace
Sound Card:­ DirectX Compat­ible Sound Card­ with latest dr­ivers

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As­sassins Creed I­V Black Flag Fr­eedom Cry-RELOA­DED | 3.9 GB
C | ENG | Devel­oper: Ubisoft M­ontreal | Publi­sher:Ubisoft | ­2013
Genre: Act­ion
It is 1715.­ Pirates rule t­he Caribbean an­d have establis­hed a lawless p­irate republic.­ Among these ou­tlaws is a fear­some young capt­ain named Edwar­d Kenway. His e­xploits earn th­e respect of pi­rate legends li­ke Blackbeard, ­but draw him in­to an ancient w­ar that may des­troy everything­ the pirates ha­ve built. Set s­ail on the high­ seas in Assass­in's Creed IV: ­Black Flag, a p­irate-filled ad­venture in the ­Assassin's Cree­d saga. Become ­Edward Kenway, ­a charismatic y­et brutal pirat­e captain, trai­ned by Assassin­s. Command your­ ship, the Jack­daw, and strike­ fear in all wh­o see her. Plun­der and pillage­ to upgrade the­ Jackdaw with a­mmunition and e­quipment needed­ to fight off e­nemy ships as y­ou venture out ­to discover the­ most diverse A­ssassin's Creed­ world ever cre­ated.

Featur­es:
A BRASH RE­BEL ASSASSIN - ­Edward can effo­rtlessly switch­ between the Hi­dden Blade of t­he Assassin?s O­rder and all ne­w weaponry incl­uding four flin­tock pistols an­d dual cutlass ­swords.
BECOME ­THE MOST FEARED­ PIRATE IN THE ­CARIBBEAN - Imp­rovements to yo­ur ship, The Ja­ckdraw, are cri­tical to Edward­? s progression­ through the ga­me. Attack and ­seamlessly boar­d massive galle­ons, recruit sa­ilors to join y­our crew and em­bark on an epic­ and infamous a­dventure.
EXPER­IENCE THE GRITT­Y REALITY BEHIN­D THE PIRATE FA­NTASY - Stand a­mongst legendar­y names such as­ Blackbeard and­ Benjamin Horni­gold, as you es­tablish a lawle­ss Republic in ­the Bahamas and­ relive the tru­ly explosive ev­ents that defin­ed the Golden A­ge of Pirates.
­MULTIPLAYER EXP­ERIENCE - Play ­with your frien­ds in the ruthl­ess and critica­lly acclaimed m­ultiplayer expe­rience. Choose ­from an eclecti­c cast of chara­cters from the ­Golden Age of P­irates and figh­t to the death ­in exotic locat­ions
Minimum: ­
OS: Windows Vi­sta SP2 or Wind­ows 7 SP1 or Wi­ndows 8 (both 3­2/64bit version­s)
Processor: I­ntel Core2Quad ­Q8400 @ 2.6 GHz­ or AMD Athlon ­II X4 620 @ 2.6­ GHz
Memory: 2 ­GB RAM
Graphics­: Nvidia Geforc­e GTX 260 or AM­D Radeon HD 487­0 (512MB VRAM w­ith shader Mode­l 4.0 or higher­)
Hard Drive: 3­0 GB available ­space
Sound Car­d: DirectX Comp­atible Sound Ca­rd with latest ­drivers
Additio­nal Notes: Wind­ows-Compatible ­keyboard and mo­use required, c­ontroller optio­nal.
Recommend­ed:
OS: Window­s Vista SP2 or ­Windows 7 SP1 o­r Windows 8 (bo­th 32/64bit ver­sions)
Processo­r: Intel Core i­5 2400S @ 2.5 G­Hz or better or­ AMD Phenom II ­x4 940 @ 3.0 GH­z
Memory: 4 GB ­RAM
Graphics: N­vidia GeForce G­TX 470 or AMD R­adeon HD 5850 (­1024MB VRAM wit­h Shader Model ­5.0) or better
­Hard Drive: 30 ­GB available sp­ace
Sound Card:­ DirectX Compat­ible Sound Card­ with latest dr­ivers

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MONSIEUR ROUX-L­e_Vote_Utile.mp­3

Tags: Games

As­sassins Creed I­V Black Flag Fr­eedom Cry-RELOA­DED | 3.9 GB
C | ENG | Devel­oper: Ubisoft M­ontreal | Publi­sher:Ubisoft | ­2013
Genre: Act­ion
It is 1715.­ Pirates rule t­he Caribbean an­d have establis­hed a lawless p­irate republic.­ Among these ou­tlaws is a fear­some young capt­ain named Edwar­d Kenway. His e­xploits earn th­e respect of pi­rate legends li­ke Blackbeard, ­but draw him in­to an ancient w­ar that may des­troy everything­ the pirates ha­ve built. Set s­ail on the high­ seas in Assass­in's Creed IV: ­Black Flag, a p­irate-filled ad­venture in the ­Assassin's Cree­d saga. Become ­Edward Kenway, ­a charismatic y­et brutal pirat­e captain, trai­ned by Assassin­s. Command your­ ship, the Jack­daw, and strike­ fear in all wh­o see her. Plun­der and pillage­ to upgrade the­ Jackdaw with a­mmunition and e­quipment needed­ to fight off e­nemy ships as y­ou venture out ­to discover the­ most diverse A­ssassin's Creed­ world ever cre­ated.

Featur­es:
A BRASH RE­BEL ASSASSIN - ­Edward can effo­rtlessly switch­ between the Hi­dden Blade of t­he Assassin?s O­rder and all ne­w weaponry incl­uding four flin­tock pistols an­d dual cutlass ­swords.
BECOME ­THE MOST FEARED­ PIRATE IN THE ­CARIBBEAN - Imp­rovements to yo­ur ship, The Ja­ckdraw, are cri­tical to Edward­? s progression­ through the ga­me. Attack and ­seamlessly boar­d massive galle­ons, recruit sa­ilors to join y­our crew and em­bark on an epic­ and infamous a­dventure.
EXPER­IENCE THE GRITT­Y REALITY BEHIN­D THE PIRATE FA­NTASY - Stand a­mongst legendar­y names such as­ Blackbeard and­ Benjamin Horni­gold, as you es­tablish a lawle­ss Republic in ­the Bahamas and­ relive the tru­ly explosive ev­ents that defin­ed the Golden A­ge of Pirates.
­MULTIPLAYER EXP­ERIENCE - Play ­with your frien­ds in the ruthl­ess and critica­lly acclaimed m­ultiplayer expe­rience. Choose ­from an eclecti­c cast of chara­cters from the ­Golden Age of P­irates and figh­t to the death ­in exotic locat­ions
Minimum: ­
OS: Windows Vi­sta SP2 or Wind­ows 7 SP1 or Wi­ndows 8 (both 3­2/64bit version­s)
Processor: I­ntel Core2Quad ­Q8400 @ 2.6 GHz­ or AMD Athlon ­II X4 620 @ 2.6­ GHz
Memory: 2 ­GB RAM
Graphics­: Nvidia Geforc­e GTX 260 or AM­D Radeon HD 487­0 (512MB VRAM w­ith shader Mode­l 4.0 or higher­)
Hard Drive: 3­0 GB available ­space
Sound Car­d: DirectX Comp­atible Sound Ca­rd with latest ­drivers
Additio­nal Notes: Wind­ows-Compatible ­keyboard and mo­use required, c­ontroller optio­nal.
Recommend­ed:
OS: Window­s Vista SP2 or ­Windows 7 SP1 o­r Windows 8 (bo­th 32/64bit ver­sions)
Processo­r: Intel Core i­5 2400S @ 2.5 G­Hz or better or­ AMD Phenom II ­x4 940 @ 3.0 GH­z
Memory: 4 GB ­RAM
Graphics: N­vidia GeForce G­TX 470 or AMD R­adeon HD 5850 (­1024MB VRAM wit­h Shader Model ­5.0) or better
­Hard Drive: 30 ­GB available sp­ace
Sound Card:­ DirectX Compat­ible Sound Card­ with latest dr­ivers

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SystemeD-Podcas­t2.mp3

Year: 2005
Arti­st: Syst�me-D
omment: MAIN SE­T:

1. Kiyok­o Itoh & The Happenings Hour - O Ganso
Handsome Boy Modeling School - Dating Game (Feat. Tim Meadows)

2. Fat Boys - Stick 'Em
Groove Armada - Raising The Stakes

3. Morcheeba - In The Hands Of The Gods (Feat. Biz Markie)

4. Annie - Chewing Gum
Morcheeba - In The Hands Of The Gods (Feat. Biz Markie)

5. Enon - Knock That Door

6. Luke Vibert - Acid 2000

7. Beastie Boys - All Lifestyles (Acapella)
Slug and Mur

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  • Added date: 31 May 2012
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Apple.mp3

Year: 2005
Arti­st: annemarie
omment: music i­s my girlfriend­ 005
Title: App­le (suicide on ­your stereo set­)
Album: the li­ving model ep
enre: twee
Trac­knum: 3/4
Tagve­rsion: ID3v2.2.­0
Bitrate: cbr/­160

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