Megas - Drög Að Sjálfsmorði FLAC album
Title: Drög Að Sjálfsmorði
Style: Folk Rock, Prog Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1543 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1177 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1422 mb
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Drög Að Sjálfsmorði (2xCD, Album, RE, RM). Íslenskir Tónar. Drög Að Sjálfsmorði (2xCass, Album).
1996 - Til hamingju með fallið (Falleg). 1997 - Fláa veröld (Falleg). 2000 - Svanasöngur á leiði (Eyrað) þinn veg (Ómi). 2001 - Haugbrot (Ómi). 2002 - Englaryk í tímaglasi (Íslenskir tónar), re-release of Bláir draumar (1988) with bonus tracks. 2011 - Aðför að lögum (Sena), with Strengir. 2013 - Jeppi á fjalli (Sena), with Bragi Valdimar Skúlason. No official releases: - Megas and KUKL recorded about 20 songs but the original tapes are lost. Hættuleg hljómsveit (1990). No official releases: - Megas and KUKL recorded some tracks at Pulsinn. Megas - featuring and collaborations.
10 tracks · May 1988.
Drög Að Upprisu (Sérútgáfa).
1979 – Drög að sjálfsmorði (Iðunn 008-09), live album recorded 1978. 1985 – Megas allur (Svart á hvítu), box set with all previous albums and two bonus LP’s with rare and unreleased tracks. 1986 – Í góðri trú (Hitt leikhúsið HITT 011), re-release in 2002 with bonus tracks. 2011 – (Hugboð um) Vandræði (Sena), with Senuþjófarnir. 2011 – Aðför að lögum (Sena), with Strengir. No official releases: – Megas and KUKL recorded about 20 songs but the original tapes are lost.
Megas 1972–2002 is a compilation released in 2002 by the Icelandic rock singer Megas to commemorate the 30th anniversary of his music career. This compilation, made up of 43 tracks, contains several of Megas's hits, from the first album titled Megas (1972) to Englaryk í Tímaglasi (2002). The compilation features singer Björk as backing vocalist and the long-time collaborator, Guðlaugur Kristinn Óttarsson, who added guitars on several tracks. Drög að sjálfsmorði released: Fláa veröld released: Á bleikum náttkjólum released
Throughout the 1970s, Megas’ music was banned from the radio and he was perceived by many in the alternative scene as somewhat of a cult icon. After a heady decade of drugs and drink, Megas proclaimed he would quit producing and playing music with his 1979 release of ‘Drög að sjálfsmorði’ which translates to ‘Plans for Suicide’. He would begin to make music again in the mid-80s but by the end of the 70s, he had already been an inspiration to many a budding new artist to come, a reference point for a ‘new sound’ worlds away from the balls of Hotel Borg.
The original album released in 1972 has 15 songs and was released on CD in 1994. The 2002 remastered reissue has seven bonus tracks, demos and live recordings. Most of the bonus tracks have not been released on any other album. Pældu í því (sem pælandi er í) is a variation of Spáðu í mig with a slightly different melody and a different lyric, but the same theme. Drög að Upprisu Þinn Veg.
|1-2||Ef þú Smælar Framan í Heiminn|
|1-5||Formatriði Var Ekki Fullnægt|
|1-6||Skríddu Ofan í öskutunnuna|
|1-7||Þjóðvegaræningi Á Krossgötum|
|1-8||Fatamorgana Á Flæðiskerinu|
|1-9||Ekkert Er útilokað - Allt|
|2-2||Aðeins Draumur Aðeins|
|2-3||Ég Horfi Niður|
|2-4||Þegar Lyfturnar í Blokkinni Bila|
|2-5||Ódisseifur Snýr Aftur|
|2-6||Pan Og Pípan|
|2-7||Um ástir Og örlög Eyjólfs Bónda 2: Heim|
|2-10||Sláið Hjartans Hörpustrengi|
|Iðunn 008—9||Megas||Drög Að Sjálfsmorði (2xLP)||Iðunn||Iðunn 008—9||Iceland||1979|
|SCD 188||Megas||Drög Að Sjálfsmorði (2xCD, Album, RE)||Skífan||SCD 188||Iceland||1997|
|Iðunn 008—9||Megas||Drög Að Sjálfsmorði (2xCass, Album)||Iðunn||Iðunn 008—9||Iceland||1979|