Archive for March 25, 2009

Free Comics at Golden Age Comics

March 25, 2009 4 comments

Introducing “Golden Age Comics” – it’s a website/forum where you can find a veritable treasure trove of comics.

“Welcome to Golden Age Comics. The #1 site for downloading FREE copyright free golden age comics. All files here available for download have carefully been research by our users and staff to make sure they are in the public domain. To start downloading free comic books now you will need to register an account on our forums and then verify it by visiting link in the email we send you.”

It’s an amazing website and the people who run it have done their research. You’ll find old comics from Ace Comics (Magno the Magnetic Man), Avon Comics (now an imprint of HarperCollins), St. John Publications (Mighty Mouse) and so on.

Click here to start browsing!

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Anti Sampler 2009 – free from Amazon

March 25, 2009 Leave a comment

Anti/Epitaph (independent label) has released an Anti Sampler EP from some of its artists. If you haven’t heard of them, Anti/Epitaph features a “diverse roster [of artists] from punk to post-hardcore, powerpop to hip hop”.

The Song List:
1. People Got A Lotta Nerve (Neko Case)
2. Warped Sister (Booker T.)
*3. Death Don’t Have No Mercy (Ramblin’ Jack Elliott)
*4. Whachadoin? (feat. Spank Rock, M.I.A., Santigold & Nick Zinner) N.A.S.A.
*5. Brand New Sun (Jason Lytle)
*6. I’m Sorry, Baby, But You Can’t Stand In My Light Any More (Bob Mould)
*7. Check Your Time (Westbound Train)
8. There’s hope for you (William Elliott Whitmore)
9. Talking Old Soldiers (Bettye Lavette)
10. Hey World (Don’t Give Up Version) (Michael Franti)
*11. It’s Gonna Be O.K. (The Aggrolites)
12. Freedom Highway (Mavis Staples)
13. Your Big Hands (Jolie Holland)

The ones I liked (and downloaded) are marked with an “*“. It’s a really good eclectic collection of different musical genres, and I’m glad that Amazon made it available for free.

Get the Anti Sampler 2009.

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