Eagles – Discography [FLAC]

By | October 16, 2022

DISCOGRAPHY:Eagles
FORMAT:16-bits FLAC
GENERE:Rock
YEAR:1972 – 2007
COUNTRY:USA
DOWNLOAD:MEGA
DISC:12 CDs
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EAGLES DISCOGRAPHY DOWNLOAD (STUDIO ALBUMS)

1972 - Eagles (Asylum Rec., 7559-60623-2, Germany)


01 – Take It Easy
02 – Witchy Woman
03 – Chug All Night
04 – Most Of Us Are Sad
05 – Nightingale
06 – Train Leaves Here This Morning
07 – Take The Devil
08 – Earlybird
09 – Peaceful Easy Feeling
10 – Tryin’

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1973 - Desperado (Warner-Asylum 8122796746-2, EU)


01 – Doolin-Dalton
02 – Twenty-One
03 – Out of Control
04 – Tequila Sunrise
05 – Desperado
06 – Certain Kind of Fool
07 – Outlaw Man
08 – Saturday Night
09 – Bitter Creek
10 – Doolin-Dalton (Reprise)
11 – Desperado (Reprise)

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1974 - On The Border (Warner-Asylum 8122796746-3, EU)


01 – Already Gone
02 – You Never Cry Like A Lover
03 – Midnight Flyer
04 – My Man
05 – On The Border
06 – James Dean
07 – Ol’ 55
08 – Is It True
09 – Good Day In Hell
10 – The Best Of My Love

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1975 - One Of These Nights (Warner-Asylum 8122796746-4, EU)


01 – One Of These Nights
02 – Too Many Hands
03 – Hollywood Waltz
04 – Journey Of The Sorcerer
05 – Lyin’ Eyes
06 – Take It To The Limit
07 – Visions
08 – After The Thrill Is Gone
09 – I Wish You Peace

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1976 - Hotel California (Warner-Asylum 8122796746-5, EU)


01 – Hotel California
02 – New Kid in Town
03 – Life in the Fast Lane
04 – Wasted Time
05 – Wasted Time (Reprise)
06 – Victim of Love
07 – Pretty Maids All in a Row
08 – Try and Love Again
09 – The Last Resort

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1979 - The Long Run (Warner-Asylum 8122796746-6, EU)


01 – The Long Run
02 – I Can’t Tell You Why
03 – In The City
04 – The Disco Strangler
05 – King Of Hollywood
06 – Heartache Tonight
07 – Those Shoes
08 – Teenage Jail
09 – The Greeks Don’t Want No Freaks
10 – The Sad Cafe

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2007 - Long Road Out Of Eden (Eagles Rec., 0602517494022, EU)


CD1

01 – No More Walks In The Wood
02 – How Long
03 – Busy Being Fabulous
04 – What Do I Do With My Heart
05 – Guilty Of The Crime
06 – I Don’t Want To Hear Any More
07 – Waiting In The Weeds
08 – No More Cloudy Days
09 – Fast Company
10 – Do Something
11 – You Are Not Alone

CD2

01 – Long Road Out Of Eden
02 – I Dreamed There Was No War
03 – Somebody
04 – Frail Grasp On The Big Picture
05 – Last Good Time In Town
06 – I Love To Watch A Woman Dance
07 – Business As Usual
08 – Center Of The Universe
09 – It’s Your World Now
10 – Hole In The World (Bonus Track)
11 – Please Come Home For Christmas (Bonus Track)

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(LIVE)

1994 - Hell Freezes Over (Geffen 424 725-2, Germany)


01 – Get Over It
02 – Love Will Keep Us Alive
03 – The Girl From Yesterday
04 – Learn To Be Still
05 – Tequila Sunrise
06 – Hotel California
07 – Wasted Time
08 – Pretty Maids All In A Row
09 – I Cani..t Tell You Why
10 – New York Minute
11 – The Last Resort
12 – Take It Easy
13 – In The City
14 – Life In The Fast Lane
15 – Desperado

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(COMPILATIONS)

1976 - Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 (Asylum Rec.,105-2,Australia)


01 – Take It Easy
02 – Witchy Woman
03 – Lyin’ Eyes
04 – Already Gone
05 – Desperado
06 – One Of These Nights
07 – Tequila Sunrise
08 – Take It To The Limit
09 – Peaceful, Easy Feeling
10 – Best Of My Love

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1982 - Greatest Hits Volume 2 (Asylum Rec.(target) 9 60205-2,Germany)


01 – Hotel California
02 – Heartache Tonight
03 – Seven Bridges Road
04 – Victim of Love
05 – The Sad Cafe
06 – Life in the Fast Lane
07 – I Can’t Tell You Why
08 – New Kid in Town
09 – The Long Run
10 – After the Thrill Is Gone

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1985 - The Best Of Eagles (Asylum 960 342-2 (target),Germany)


01 – Take It Easy
02 – Peaceful, Easy Feeling
03 – Desperado
04 – Tequila Sunrise
05 – Best Of My Love
06 – Lyin’ Eyes
07 – Take It To The Limit
08 – One Of These Nights
09 – Hotel California
10 – New Kid In Town
11 – Life In The Fast Lane
12 – Heartache Tonight
13 – The Long Run

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About Eagles

The Eagles evolved from talented country rockers to arena stars thanks to angelic four-part harmonies that sweetened lyrics about the dark side of the American dream. Primary songwriters and vocalists Glenn Frey and Don Henley decided to start a band together the day they met as members of Linda Ronstadt’s backing group in 1971, and soon recruited the more seasoned Bernie Leadon and Randy Meisner.[read more]

Their 1972 self-titled debut brought hits like “Take It Easy,” “Witchy Woman,” and “Peaceful Easy Feeling,” but Frey and Henley almost derailed their trajectory with Desperado, a loosely conceptual song cycle that favorably equated SoCal guitar singers to Old West pistol packers. The Eagles’ soft rock hardened with the addition of crackerjack guitarist Don Felder for 1974’s On the Border, whose uncharacteristically political title track referenced the ongoing Watergate scandal.

The next year, after charismatic guitar badass Joe Walsh swapped in for Leaden, One of These Nights became the first of four consecutive chart-topping Eagles albums, with its unbeatable blend of impeccable radio hits (“One of These Nights,” “Lyin’ Eyes”) joined by all-too-knowing interrogations of success and overindulgence like “After the Thrill Is Gone.” Record buyers found the Eagles’ ambivalence about love and fame irresistible: The group’s first compilation, Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975), has sold more copies than any other 20th-century American album, and they followed it with a masterpiece.

Hotel California was a velvet glove cast in irony and—in singles like “New Kid in Town,” “Life in the Fast Lane,” and its epic title track—the very definition of classic rock, possessing a polish that future country stars would eagerly adopt. A 14-year hiatus followed the Eagles’ 1979 The Long Run, but from the mid-’90s and well into the 21st century they’ve found their way back to each other for reunion tours, a live album, and even a final studio effort, 2007’s characteristically world-weary Long Road Out of Eden. It was the closing track of The Long Run, though, that clarified the soft-rock sultans’ career-long lament: “I don’t know why fortune smiles on some/And lets the rest go free.”[/read]