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Japan

was forced to partly retire (retirement) because of partial deafness, ostensibly from his high-volume shows with Mountain. He continued producing throughout the 1970s and released a solo album and recorded with Japanese hard rock outfit Blues Creation (Blues Creation (band)). In May 1973, the British (United Kingdom) music magazine, ''NME'', reported that Pappalardi was playing bass (bass guitar) on, and producing former Stone the Crows singer, Maggie Bell's debut

yes title Allmusic ((( Queen of the Night Credits ))) ''For his work with Mountain (Mountain (band)), see their page.'' *1976: ''Creation'' (in collaboration with the Japanese rock band of the same name (Blues Creation (band))) *1979: ''Don't Worry, Ma'' Strobe lights and epilepsy Strobe lighting can trigger seizures in photosensitive epilepsy. An infamous event took place in 1997 in Japan when an episode of the Pokémon anime, '' Dennō


Mexico

a couple of years later for Best Editing for “How Happy Do You Want to Be?” (which Dave Dudley's daughter appears in) from ''This Will Make You Happy''. The other videos they released were “I Don't Think,” “She Thinks She's Fat,” “If You Love Her (Would You Buy Her a Gun?)”, “Slip & Stumble” (shot in the rough waves of various beaches in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico) “Biff, Bang, Pow!” (a cover of the Creation (The Creation (band)) song), “Ode to Grant Hart” and “Heartless.” They also


Canada

A-sided single that topped the UK singles chart and sold close to 2 million copies there. The follow-up was another Boney M. classic, "Rasputin (Rasputin (song))", in most countries also a double A-side coupled with "Painter Man", a cover of a 1966 hit by the band The Creation (The Creation (band)). In the UK, "Rasputin" and "Painter Man" were released separately as A-sides by Atlantic Records, both reaching the Top 10. ''Nightflight to Venus'' also


United States

Girl in the Ring (song) Brown Girl in the Ring ", a double A-sided single that topped the UK singles chart and sold close to 2 million copies there. The follow-up was another Boney M. classic, "Rasputin (Rasputin (song))", in most countries also a double A-side coupled with "Painter Man", a cover of a 1966 hit by the band The Creation (The Creation (band)). In the UK, "Rasputin" and "Painter Man" were released separately as A-sides by Atlantic


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