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Switzerland

and on Swisscom TV. http: www.upc-cablecom.ch en b2c tv sender sendervergleich.htm '''''Farfisa Beat''''' was released as a single (single (music)) in Denmark and Germany in 1980, and Switzerland in 1981. The song is from Squeeze (Squeeze (band))'s third album, ''Argybargy''. Farfisa refers to the manufacturer of the electronic organ that gives this song its distinct sound. Success in the UK Whilst completing their first album, the band had another line-up change with Godson being replaced by drummer Steve Grantley. They worked with sound engineer (audio engineering), mixer (Production sound mixer) and producer (record producer) Pete Hammond, with the exception of one track, "I'm Not Scared (I'm Not Scared (song))", which was co-produced and written by the Pet Shop Boys and Phil Harding (Phil Harding (producer)). "I'm Not Scared" was chosen as the next single for release in Europe. It was greeted with media (Mass media) and public enthusiasm, and "I'm Not Scared" became a Top 10 (Top 40) hit in almost every country in Europe, achieving number one in Italy, number 2 in Switzerland and Portugal, number 3 in Spain, 4 in Greece, 5 in Germany, 7 in the UK, 8 in France and 20 in Austria. Pet Shop Boys recorded their own version of "I'm Not Scared" for their album ''Introspective (Introspective (album))''. Early years Thompson was born in the booming maritime city of Belfast, Ireland, the eldest son of a linen merchant, whose wealth would later permit Thompson to fund his own research without an academic affiliation. Thompson attended the newly formed Royal Belfast Academical Institution, where he got a degree in Biological Science. Founded by, amongst others, John Templeton (John Templeton (Botanist)), the school had a strong natural history section that produced a cohort of prominent naturalists. In 1826 he went on a Grand Tour accompanied by George Langtry, a Fortwilliam Belfast shipowner. They starting in Holland then travelled through Belgium down the Rhine to Switzerland and on to Rome and Naples. They returned via Florence, Geneva and Paris. Thompson's first scientific paper, ''The Birds of the Copeland Islands'', was published in 1827 shortly after he joined the Belfast Natural History Society. In these years he became a member of the Belfast Literary Society. In 1834 Thompson began studying the distribution of marine animals in space (depth range) and time (seasonality). His first research was with Edward Forbes conducting dredging in the Irish Sea. Other participants were Robert MacAndrew, George Barlee, John Gwyn Jeffreys and his fellow Irishmen Robert Ball (Robert Ball(naturalist)), Edmund Getty and George Crawford Hyndman. In 1835 he travelled in France, Switzerland and Germany with Forbes. Then in 1841 he joined Forbes and Thomas Abel Brimage Spratt on the ''Beacon'' working in the Mediterranean and Aegean (Aegean Sea). The expedition lasted eighteen months and conducted more than one hundred dredging operations at depths varying from 1 to 130 fathoms, as well as shore-based studies. Thompson focused on the depth range of algae, his main collection of which is in the Ulster Museum herbarium and consists of five large albums Algae collection. Ulster Museum (BEL) catalogue numbers: F7953 — F8151, F8182 — F8393, F8394 — F8595, F8580 — F8847 and F8848 — F8937. containing specimens collected by Thompson himself, William Henry Harvey, Moon, D. Landsborough, Robert Ball (Robert Ball(naturalist)), Thomas Coulter, George Crawford Hyndman, William McCalla and many others. His records are also reported by others such as Gifford (1853):- ''Griffithsia simplicifilum'' from "...Isle of Wight, in August, 1841, by Messers. R.Ball. and W. Thompson." ''' Gifford, I.''' 1853. ''The Marine Botanist; an Introduction to the Study of the British Sea-weeds;...'' Third edition. Brighton, London. Castro began recruiting from an office in Paris in 1842 and the first of his recruits sailed into the port of Galveston, Texas on January 1, 1843. In the fall of 1843, Castro recruits in Alsace, Baden and Switzerland. Waves of his colonists depart for Texas in the winter of 1843 and spring of 1844. Castro left Europe for Texas on May 19, 1844 by way of New Orleans. He made it to San Antonio in July of 1844 to meet with the colonists and was escorted by the Texas Rangers (Texas Ranger Division) to inspect his land grant. The first of Castro's colonists arrive at the land on September 2, 1884. commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


India

by Hindus to the courts resulted in Hindu worshippers of Rama gaining access to the site. He began producing his own tracks as well, continuing to remix songs from popular artists. He began using Goa music, something he discovered on the beaches of Goa in India, fusing it with similar sounding European tracks to create his own distinct sound. He took this to the mainstream in 1994 and created a pair of two-hour sets for BBC Radio 1's ''Essential Mix'' the first


Germany

the Second World War. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


United States

School U.S.A."), Lenis Guess and Pamala Stanley. The distinct sound he helped to create has been credited as influencing such major


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