I'm not suggesting anyone should host them on this forum, or even that anyone on this forum should host them, I was just griping that he doesn't seem to have enough fans out there who are willing to seed a torrent such that there are enough of them to have cumulatively made all his albums available. (who knows, maybe they're those weirdos who like an album but then inexplicably choose not to get any more albums by the same artist...)
some seriously crazy obscure demos from war-torn nations can be found, but the albums of a US artist who is well known can't, it's just...so...n0n-l33t!
if his fans weren't so stingy about sharing his albums, there might already be one. I've only ever managed to find Coelacanth and Interrobang.
George Hrab's made it pretty clear that he considers doing that kind of thing to struggling artists as akin to stealing. It's on the liner notes of his albums. He talks about it at the start of episode #67 of the Geologic podcast. If you listen to his show, you'll find that he's one of the most generous and canny musicians in regards to promoting his work with lots of freebies and yet still making a living.
He's made some of his tracks free for people on a number of occasions: 'Brains, Body, Both' has been available from his site ever since it was out and 'Barney's in the Vent' is still available for free download. Practically all of the album 'Vitriol' is all available on his Geologic site too, if you look there?
Quite a few of his songs (and many cover versions of others) feature on his Geologic podcast too. His podcast is practically one big freely-downloadable advertisement for practically all of his work, along with the comedy and essays he does.
Episode #145 of the Geologic Podcast has for free the his favorite songs that he's written:
“Blue Genes” from Interrobang; “Roman” from [sic]; “Trust Me” from Minutiae; "Age of the Fern” from [sic]; “Monkey Hip Dysplasia” from Vitriol; “Incompetent” from [sic]; “How Do You Do?” from Coelacanth; “The Coelacanth Sighs” from Coelacanth; “Disappointed” from Interrobang; “This One’s For My Sister” unreleased; “For This You Went To College?” from Minutiae and “Who Dogs The Outlet” from Interrobang.
He's talked on several podcasts where he is more than happy to allow other podcasts to use his work ('Heaven Must Be Boring' is the themesong for a Mur Lafterty podcast and there's a few others). Listen to episodes of podcasts like the first Skepticality interview #14 and SkepTech #8 where they interview him about his work and how he is very generous with his music, within reason.