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Jimmy Page & Robert Plant - Walking Into Rockpalast Englisch 2009 AC3 DVD - Dorian

Jimmy Page & Robert Plant - Walking Into Rockpalast​


MPEG 2, PAL, 4 : 3, 720 x 576p, Englisch AC-3/2



Jimmy Page & Robert Plant - Walking Into Rockpalast

Cover included in the download!

Content

Tracks:

01. The Wanton Song
02. Bring It On Home
03. Heartbreaker
04. Ramble On
05. Walking Into Clarksdale
06. No Quarter
07. Shining In The Light
08. Gallows Pole
09. Heart In Your Hand
10. Babe I’m Gonna Leave You
11. Most High
12. How Many More Times
13. Spoonful
14. Whole Lotta Love
15. Rock And Roll

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Darsteller: Jimmy Page & Robert Plant
MPEG 2, PAL, 4 : 3, 720 x 576p, Englisch AC-3/2
Sprache: Englisch
Bildseitenformat: 4 : 3
Datenträger: 1 DVD (s) - 5
Studio: WDR
Erscheinungsjahr: 2009
Produktionsjahr: 1998
Laufzeit: ca. 90 Minuten
Größe ca. 3983 Megabyte


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I have published several thousand contributions on German boards. There nobody has problems with filecrypt.cc. All you have to do is loosen the right capcha and the links will be used. Do not click on Usenet !!!
These uploads are already 10 years old and 100 MB parts were the rule. Greetings Dorian
 

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So...you have to open 40 new tabs to get the links?

Accompanied by 40 pop-up ads?

Are you sure you couldn't work on this a bit more and make it an even bigger pain-in-the-ass?

 

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in my signature is: "Use the JDownloader". This will be inserted by Filecrypt with a click (ClickNLoad) all links. Also from several hosters. It automatically downloads everything and even unpacks it. You can also arrange several downloads at the same time. It's that easy.
 

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You know what's "easy"? Just posting a few links - not 40! - that allow the user to simply copy/paste and download as they choose.

You know, sort of like virtually everyone else here does.

I know this may come as a shock to your uber-disciplined mindset, but not everyone
finds "the way they did things in Germany years ago" to be a convincing argument.

Frankly, it makes it seem like you're more interested in "control" than "contribution."
 
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