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 Welcome to the Four Provinces - Photo Album
Welcome to the Four Provinces - Photo Album
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 Shapiro gems - Tip of the iceberg in diamonds and coloured stones
Shapiro gems - Tip of the iceberg in diamonds and coloured stones
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 Wake (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wake, a compilation album from Dead Can Dance albums.
Wake is the region of turbulence immediately to the rear of a solid body caused by the flow of a fluid over or around the body.
The Wake is a nickname for Finnegans Wake, a celebrated James Joyce novel.
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 Trailer (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The band recorded this album while still teenagers, and the sleeve art features the legend "Guaranteed Real Teenagers", taken from a porn magazine, to promote this.
The band considered it a " trailer " for their debut album proper, and named it accordingly.
Tracks 8-11 only appear on the US version of the album.
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 Six (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Six (released July 1998- see 1998 in music) was the second album of British indie rock group Mansun.
The band were possibly aware of this and intended the listener to absorb the album in three parts.
Six was released in the US on April 20, 1999, but with an alternative running order, different artwork, and the rerecorded single version of the title track.
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 Manzanita - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Manzanita (tree and larger shrub varieties) are sometimes used for ornamental plants, because of their high drought-tolerance and unusual bark and leaf colors.
Manzanita wood, when dry, is a very good fuel for wood burning in a campfire, barbecue, fireplace, and stove.
Manzanitas bloom in the spring and carry berries in summer.
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 Lie (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Manson is not given co-writing credit on the album.
Portions of the album have been sampled by many other artists, such as Front Line Assembly.
All proceeds from the current version of the album, released by
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 dAvId BoWiE -- "Heroes"
This web site explores both the song and the album.
The other two albums are: Low and Lodger.
We hope to provide everyone with more insight into Bowie's writings during this critical time, and we hope this site will lead to greater appreciation of this 70's masterpiece.
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 KimWilde.com: Kim Wilde Encyclopedia
The album was the first after the immensely popular Singles Collection 1981-1993 and also the first in a long time to not make any chart impact.
Of course, dance music is nothing new to me and much of the material on previous albums has been 'soul influenced'.
Kim Wilde's ninth studio album, the sixth one to be released by MCA records.
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 Feedback (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Feedback is the title of several rock and roll albums, the best known of which are the 1972 album by Spirit and the 2004 album by Rush.
In positive feedback, a small change in the output is increased by the feedback, leading to the output rapidly moving to its extreme positive or negative limit.
This is a disambiguation page — a list of articles associated with the same title.
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 Falconer (band) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The album that was entitled “ Falconer” was released in March in Europe and May in the United States.
The album is according to the band themselves a mix between the two previous albums but with some more unexpected turns in the music.
This was also a concept album about a happening in their own motherland.
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 Duality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Duality is an album of Lisa Gerrard and Pieter Bourke.
In alchemy, duality is a dynamic principle of opposing or complementary elements or spirits.
In dualism (philosophy of mind), the body and mind are considered to be irreducibly distinct.
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Pearl Necklace From the album El Loco Released 1981 Digitallt Remixed and Remasterde
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Tube Snake Boogie From the album El Loco Released 1981 Digitallt Remixed and Remasterde
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 Weight (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The album Weight was made in 1994 by the group Rollins Band.
Weight, in commerce and in metrology and in many everyday applications, weight is the amount of matter, equivalent to mass in physics.
For weight of a human body, see human weight.
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 Turbo (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Following the success of their previous album, Defenders of the Faith, Priest were at the peak of their popularity and pressure from the record labels to sell ever more records led to the creation of an album called "Twin Turbos" which was never released.
Turbo is a 1986 album by British heavy metal band Judas Priest.
The album was recorded at Compass Point Studios in Nassau, Bahamas and mixed January - February 1986 at the Record Plant in Los Angeles, California.
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 Tide - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tidal heights are also very important; for example many rivers and harbours have a shallow "bar" at the entrance which will prevent boats with significant draught from entering at certain states of the tide.
An arrow on the tidal chart indicates direction and two numbers are given: average flow (usually in knots) for spring tides and neap tides respectively.
The loss of rotational energy of the earth, due to friction within the tides, and the gravitational effects caused by tidal deformations of the earth's body, are responsible for the slowdown of the earth's rotation and the increase of the distance to the moon, see Tidal force.
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 Tallahassee, Florida - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tallahassee was prominent during the 2000 United States Presidential Election as the capital of the state whose votes were disputed.
Tallahassee is the home of Florida State University, Florida A and M University, and Tallahassee Community College.
Tallahassee is the capital of Florida, a state of the United States of America.
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 Definition of Superstition
Superstition is also used to refer to folkloric belief systems, usually as juxtaposed to another religion 's idea of the spiritual world, or as juxtaposed to science.
Superstition is a deviation of religious feeling and of the practices this feeling imposes.
Whatever the cause, superstition can lead to a disregard of reason under the false assumption of a divine or paranormal form of control over the universe.
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 Hunter's Photo Album
Calgary Stampede: Hunter and the Stars of the Grandstand Show in
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 Signals (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Signals was the follow-up to the successful Moving Pictures.
Signals is the ninth studio album by the Canadian rock band Rush, released in 1982 (see 1982 in music).
Signals represented the band's last collaboration with producer Terry Brown, who had co-produced every Rush album since 1975's Fly by Night, and had engineered the eponymous first album in 1974.
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 Rhinoplasty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rhinoplasty (Greek; Rhinos, "Nose" + Plastikos, "to shape") is a type of plastic surgery that is used to improve the function (reconstructive surgery) or appearance (cosmetic surgery) of a person's nose.
Rhinoplasty was first developed by Sushruta, an important physician (often regarded as the "father of surgery") who lived in ancient India circa 500 BC, which he first described in his text Susrutha Samhita.
Rhinoplasty can be performed under a general anesthetic or with local anesthetic, depending on patient or doctor preference.
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 Revolver (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Revolver is often cited as one of the greatest albums in pop music history.
Revolver was also a breakthrough album for George Harrison as a songwriter, and he contributed three songs on Revolver, including the opening track "Taxman" (to which Lennon also contributed, albeit reluctantly).
The lightest track on this album is the childlike "Yellow Submarine." The title is said to have originated from a remark made by Ringo during an LSD trip.
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 Power Windows (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The album was recorded at The Manor in England, Air Studios in Montserrat and at Sarm East in London.
Power Windows is the eleventh studio album by the Canadian rock band Rush, released in 1985 (see 1985 in music).
Power Window’s lyrics are primarily focused on urban or mystical themes.
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 Pinkerton (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is at least partially due to the fact that Weezer was sued by the Pinkerton National Detective Agency upon release of the album, and was not permitted to advertise the album until the claims were rejected.
Pinkerton is the second album by the American rock band Weezer, released September 24, 1996.
The album is also notable as the last Weezer album recorded with bass player Matt Sharp, seen by some as an important contributor to the band's early sound.
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 Hoover  The Lost Outlaw Album
Before kissing country music and Nashville goodbye and riding off into the sunset in the early 1970's, ASCAP Award winning, single name songwriter and former Monument and Epic recording artist, Hoover, cut one last album at what was known as "Outlaw Headquarters" at 916 19th Ave.
Hoover, part of the original country music outlaw movement and a late-night-neon-campfire associate of Kinky Friedman, Waylon Jennings, Billy Joe Shaver and Tompall Glaser, considered this album his best.
Although most of the documentation for the album was not recovered, the following is known:
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 Obsolete (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Obsolete is the third full-length album released by Fear Factory on July 28, 1998.
From the description given in the album's booklet, the Smasher/Devourer is a large robot with a "egg-like frame" and "it's arms are actually weaponry for protection".
The album is considered a sequel to Demanufacture, the band's second full-length release.
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 O (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The first single from O was 'The Blower's Daughter' which was released in September 2001, before the album itself was completed.
O is the name of Damien Rice's first album.
Rice wanted to make the album without the backing of a major record label, believing if he signed such a deal it would compromise his future work, forcing him to move in directions he did not wish to.
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 Justified (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Justified is the blockbuster debut album by Justin Timberlake.
The song, partly a leftover song from the Justified sessions, did not appear on the album, which proved extremely lucrative when it was sold to the McDonalds Corporation for use in a massive TV and radio advertising campaign of the same name.
The album was fronted by "Like I Love You", a hit single that proved Timberlake's solo sales could rival his former band's success.
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 Journey (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Journey's self-titled debut album, Journey, was released in 1975 on the Columbia Records label.
Unlike their later recordings, the debut release is a progressive rock album, in the jazz-fusion vein.
It is the only album to include guitarist George Tickner among their personnel.
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 JoJo (album) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
JoJo's debut album is JoJo, a self-titled album.
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