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, and Saint Kentigern School for Girls - Corran, a girls-only private junior primary school also in the suburb of Remuera. In late 2006, Aguilera collaborated with Sean "Diddy" Combs (Sean Combs) on a track, titled "Tell Me (Tell Me (Diddy song))", from his album ''Press Play (Press Play (album))''. She also began the Back to Basics Tour in Europe PRNewswire (September 11, 2006). Aguilera announces


Soviet Union

. The Stars on 45 ''Long Play Album'' (US title: ''Stars on Long Play'', UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand: ''Stars on 45 - The Album'') also became a massive seller worldwide, topping both the UK and Australian album charts, it was a Top 10 hit in most parts of Europe and also reached #9 on ''Billboard (Billboard (magazine))'''s album chart in the US. Image:Stars On 45 - Long Play Album.jpg right thumb The original Dutch CNR Records edition of the first Stars on 45 album, '' Long Play

States of America . Libya, Iraq, Cuba, and North Korea offer Soviet (Soviet Union)-manufactured weapons like the MiG-27 (Mikoyan MiG-27) and the MiG-29 (Mikoyan MiG-29) for the player to shoot at. '''''Long Play Album''''' was the first album by the Dutch soundalike studio group Stars on 45, released on the CNR Records label in The Netherlands in 1981. In the US the album was retitled ''Stars On Long Play'', released on Atlantic Records' sublabel Radio Records and credited to 'Stars On'. In the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand the group was renamed 'Starsound' (on certain releases spelt StarSound or Star Sound) and the album itself was listed as ''Stars On 45'' or ''Stars On 45 - The Album'' and released by CBS Records. In Spanish-speaking countries both the group and the album were launched under a fourth name; ''Estrellas del 45''. ''Stars On 45'' was also one of the very few Western pop albums to be officially released in the Soviet Union and large parts of the Eastern Bloc on the state-owned Melodiya label, credited to Stars On 45 but the Russian title of the album translates as ''Discothèque Stars''. In the Philippines, it was released and uses "Stars on 45 Long Play Album" as its title on the label of the LP (Manufactured and printed by Dyna Products, Inc. under license from PhonoGram International B.V., Baarn, the Netherlands, using Mercury label Violet background, silver foreground ). 195? Lightweight fighter to intercept Soviet (Soviet Union) Tu-4 (Tupolev Tu-4) bombers ''Folland Midge'' The '''Battle of Grodno''' took place between 21 September and 24 September 1939, during the Soviet invasion of Poland. It was fought between improvised Polish units under Gen. Józef Olszyna-Wilczyński and the Red Army of the Soviet Union, at the time in a non-aggression agreement with Nazi Germany under the Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact. Wikipedia:Post-Soviet states commons:Союз Советских Социалистических Республик

Album '' The popularity of the album even resulted in it being given an official release in the Soviet Union, where it was issued by state-owned record label Melodiya under the title ''Discothèque Stars''. The "Stars on 45 Medley" single was later awarded a platinum disc for one million copies sold in the US alone. Ovations.de, special items: Stars on 45 platinum disc In 1956 Sobolev joined a number of scientists in proposing


Netherlands

, decided to make a similar, legitimate record. He found singers who sounded similar to John Lennon and Paul McCartney and decided to make the single focus on The Beatles. The original version was a nine minute 45-second 12" mix, then a 45 version was also released and the Beatles medley was later extended to a full 16-minute album side and appeared on the Stars on 45's first full-length release, ''Long Play Album'' (US title: ''Stars on Long Play'', UK title: ''Stars on 45


Australia

-05-27 First sales of the ''Play'' album were very poor. In the UK, it debuted at number 33 on the UK Albums Chart on May 29, 1999, but during the rest of the year only spent five further weeks inside the charts. It was on January 15, 2000 that the album re-entered the UK charts, slowly climbing positions and finally reaching number 1 three months later. According to Moby, "almost a year after it came out in 2000 I was opening up for Bush (Bush (band)) on an MTV


France

that several of Jogues' fingers were cut off by his captors. First sales of the ''Play'' album were very poor. In the UK, it debuted at number 33 on the UK Albums Chart on May 29, 1999, but during the rest of the year only spent five further weeks inside the charts. It was on January 15, 2000 that the album re-entered the UK charts, slowly climbing positions and finally reaching number 1 three months later. According to Moby, "almost a year after it came out in 2000 I was opening up


United States

single and video, "Us Against the World", was released in September 2001 in the United States. In Sweden, Play's first full-length English language album, "Us Against the World" was released, whilst in the United States a self-titled mini-album (Play (Play album)) consisting of seven song from the "Us Against the World" album was released in June. Play toured in the United States in the subsequent months, often partnering with girls' clothing chain Limited Too


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