Saturday, November 29, 2008

Preto Fosco - DVDRip Brazil 2008

Pixacao video 2008 - DVDRip 700mb, 292ers release
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PIXAÇÃO - PIXO - Trailer - Out 2009

found on hyb

Grafilthy Videos

Kiz - Berlin Subway

Kolgaito del Puerto "Mama quiero ser trenero"

Gracias a esedeese yoyoyooo por mandar el video
un saludo pal Lince


found on Revok Blog

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Urban Vampirz 2 (Paris 2008) DVDRip

Second video of the U.V. crew from Paris. Covering bombing and trains from 1999-2008.
DVDRip - 242 Reliese -1.4 GB - France 2008
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Sunday, November 9, 2008

Endless Illusions DVD - Germany 2008

You can watch this in high quality if you have a YouTube account.
Lo puedes ver en alta calidad si tienes cuenta YouTube.
thanx to dutchstylaz

Prt 1

Prt 2

Prt 3

Prt 4

Prt 5

Prt 6

Prt 7

Bonus Prt 1

Bonus Prt 2

Bonus Prt 3 - Lebt part (RIP)

Saturday, November 1, 2008

NY77: The Coolest Year in Hell

VH1 Documentary - English - 2007 - 1.28 GB
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New York City, 1977 - It was a time when the city had fallen into decay, with too few jobs, money, police, schools, and social services. There was a city wide blackout with major looting, a serial killer on the loose, and the Bronx was burning. And yet out of the chaos emerged one of the most creative times any city has ever encountered.

Executive Produced by Academy Award Nominee Nanette Burstein ("The Kid Stays in the Picture"), "NY77: The Coolest Year In Hell" is a two-hour documentary that tells the story of one astonishing year in New York City history. Premiering Saturday, August 11 at 9PM*, the documentary is told chronologically and weaves together the stories of the emergence of hip hop, punk and disco, graffiti art, and sexual liberation. In the background are the major political events and social issues of the day -- crime, urban decay, financial woes, the infamous blackout, drugs, Son of Sam, the bitter mayoral election and the overall poverty that gripped the city.

Out of chaos came creation. From the South Bronx came hip hop. From the Lower East Side, the thrashing guitars of punk. And all over the city, a disco revolution was underway. Elaborate, finely crafted graffiti art decorated the subway cars and break-dancers shimmied in the streets. The sexual revolution was in full swing. In January 1977, most of this activity existed in its own underground bubble. Yet by the end of the year this artistic expression was on its way to mainstream America, and would be with us for generations to come.

The documentary uses groundbreaking animation to help tell the story, and features interviews with those who lived it, including Ed Koch, Geraldo Rivera, Jimmy Breslin, Gloria Gaynor, Afrika Bambaataa, Chris Stein (Blondie), Richard Hell, KRS-One, Grandmaster Caz, DJ Disco Wiz, Legs McNeil, Annie Sprinkle, Al Goldstein, Tommy Ramone, Jellybean Benitez, Lee Quinones, and many more.