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Fort Wayne, Indiana

Wayne, Indiana and primarily featuring Daniel, Shawn Kent and a rolling cast of other members, was a heavy, beat oriented, industrial (industrial music) project. Life Toward Twilight emerged as Daniel started composing minimalist and ambient music outside of Ogun's Will. In 2000 (2000 in music) Ogun's Will disbanded and Daniel relocated to Detroit where Life Toward Twilight became his primary musical focus. Eastern section From the western terminus of the eastern section


Japan

for the first time ever. Over the years, the musical focus of the event moved from exclusively death, thrash and black metal bands to a variety of styles and in later years nu metal, industrial (industrial music), hard rock, progressive rock and hardcore (hardcore punk) bands took to the various stages. This caused some discontent among some sections of the heavy metal fanbase but MFTB remained the single largest event on the calendar for Australian metal fans. Stud record Roses in May was retired on August 19, 2005 when a tendon tear was discovered in his left foreleg. He now stands at Big Red Farm in Niikappu, Hokkaido, Japan at a stud fee of approximately $35,000. Lytton may be best known for his chairmanship of the Lytton Commission, which was sent by the League of Nations on a fact-finding mission to determine who was to blame in the 1931 war between Japan and China. The commission's Lytton Report, officially issued on October 1, 1932, caused Japan to withdraw from the League of Nations. Lycaenidae :* ''Coreana raphaelis'' – recorded on ''Fraxinus chinensis'' (in Japan and Russia), ''Fraxinus lanuginosa'' and ''Fraxinus mandschurica'' (both in Japan) :* ''Laeosopis roboris'' – recorded on ''Fraxinus excelsior'' in Spain Origins Celestials first appeared as a direct mutation of the Telescope goldfish in the 18th century. Competing traditions lay claim as to exactly where this happened first, Korea or China. The first documentation that Celestials existed appears on a Chinese scroll of 1772, where a goldfish lacking a dorsal fin and possessing protuberant upturned eyes is depicted. Celestials did not arrive in Japan until 1903 when thirty specimens arrived from China and became the foundation stock for Japanese breeders. Japan quickly became the leading producer of Celestials for export. This remained so until the outbreak of World War II. Celestials arrived in the United States from Japan in the first decade of the twentieth century and were included in the first edition of William T. Innes's ''Goldfish Varieties and Tropical Aquarium Fishes'' in 1917. American fanciers successfully bred the fish and, in turn, exported foundation stock to Great Britain, where there is a small but devoted band of breeders propagating the fish to this day. After World War II, and ever since, the vast majority of Celestials exported from Asia are of Chinese origin. A Celestial goldfish is depicted on a postage stamp issued in 1960 by the People's Republic of China. thumb Group of Celestial Goldfish (File:Celestial Goldfish .jpg) The '''Crush Tour''' was a worldwide concert tour by American (United States) rock band Bon Jovi. This tour was in support of the bands multi-platinum selling album Crush (Crush (Bon Jovi album)). This was the bands first tour since their 1995-1996's highly successful These Days Tour. The band played to 1.1 million fans in 40 arena and stadium's across North America, Europe and Japan. The tour was made famous as Bon Jovi was the last rock band to play at the old Wembley stadium, with two sold out concerts at that venue. The band released a DVD entitled '''The Crush Tour''' which was filmed at Letzigrund Stadion, Zurich, Switzerland on August 30, 2000 in front of 55.000 people. Due to the overwhelming response of this tour it was extended into 2001 with the renamed One Wild Night Tour. # zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


Canada

ese thrash (thrash metal) band Sun's Owl were booked to play MFTB in 2002; however due to insurance problems the show was cancelled for the first time ever. Over the years, the musical focus of the event moved from exclusively death, thrash and black metal bands to a variety of styles and in later years nu metal, industrial (industrial music), hard rock, progressive rock and hardcore (hardcore punk) bands took to the various stages. This caused some discontent among some


Germany

Canadian (Canada) metal pioneers Voivod (Voivod (band)) headlined the event. German (Germany) thrash (thrash metal) band Destruction (Destruction (band)) and Japanese thrash (thrash metal) band Sun's Owl were booked to play MFTB in 2002; however due to insurance problems the show was cancelled for the first time ever. Over the years, the musical focus of the event moved from exclusively death, thrash and black metal bands to a variety of styles and in later years nu metal, industrial (industrial music), hard rock, progressive rock and hardcore (hardcore punk) bands took to the various stages. This caused some discontent among some sections of the heavy metal fanbase but MFTB remained the single largest event on the calendar for Australian metal fans. In fact, the treasure had been removed to the Soviet Union by the Red Army. During the Cold War, the government of the Soviet Union denied any knowledge of the fate of Priam’s Treasure. However, in September 1993 the treasure turned up at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow. Tolstikov, 2007. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


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