13 September 2014

Chateau - Starlight Ecstacy (Demo 1998)


Band : Chateau
Country : Germany
Release : Starlight Ecstasy (Demo)
Year : 1998
Genre : Power Metal
File Info : MP3, VBR
Download : ][ Mega ][
Download : ][ ZippyShare ][


Eddie Stumm - Bass
Kalli Wilken - Drums
Henni Franzbecker - Guitars
Burkhard Becker - Keyboards
Jioti Parcharidis - Vocals
[Human Fortress(GER)/Victory (GER)]


The word "Chateau" means "Castle" in English

1. Invitation
 
2. Fortress Inside
 
3. Starlight Ecstasy
 
4. Castle in the Wind
 
5. When Opposites Collide

Limited to 300 Copies

8 comments:

Metalmaven said...

Hi AchiLLes, looking for a second link for this. Mega has been giving me "Invalid Server Certificate" for weeks now. Btw, someone likes your postings - http://downloadmusicmp3.org/9877/chateau-starlight-ecstacy-demo-1998.html

AchiLLeS Gr said...

Yeah! A "Trojan Horse" man! Be careful with this page. My Avast hits with a virus! I will provide an alternative link for you soon. Cheers!

Metalmaven said...

Ok, I got the Mega problem fixed. No need for second link. Opera browser has a problem with the latest version, so hopefully they will fix this sometime soon.

AchiLLeS Gr said...

A! Just re-uploaded. Enjoy!

Metalmaven said...

Not a trojan horse in this case, though Mega does have a security problem if you read about it. Some sites like Zippyshare are just crawling with malware if not using anti-virus. My machines are too slow for anti-virus programs so I see the junk ads all the time. ctrl+alt+delete poof!

AchiLLeS Gr said...

http://downloadmusicmp3.org/9877/chateau-starlight-ecstacy-demo-1998.html

This site has the virus, not Mega & Zippyshare. When i entered, my Avast blocked the malware.

Metalmaven said...

Ok, I got you now. You mean to tell me zippyshare, uploaded.net, mediafire, and others do not show virus or malware? Many times they give me a pop-up that forces you to shut down the browser.

AchiLLeS Gr said...

Yes you are right on that. Many hosters provide pop-up window sites with malware & viruses...unfortunally. Cloud hosters, like Mega, seems to be safer on that.