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Switzerland

released a cover of the song in their Live Smashing Pumpkins album series. The band Islands (Islands (band)) uses the chorus in a b-side named "Two Dogs." Having completed his studies, he travelled through France, Switzerland, Italy, Germany and Austria to gain experience of trends in architecture. The '''Zürcher Schlittschuh Club Lions''' ('''ZSC Lions''') are a professional ice hockey team located in Zürich (Zurich), Switzerland, playing


Japan

. The translunary and hybrid sound of his synthesizer electronic music that fuses trance (Trance music), techno, ambient (Ambient music), progressive rock and classical music (European classical music), and his spacey and vast-scaled instrumental electronic music album series that project a visual atmosphere has an international following. He is also known as an innovator of groundbreaking musical methodologies "Synthesizer Symphony" that links "Symphobient", "

, progressive rock and classical music (European classical music), and his spacey and vast-scaled instrumental electronic music album series that project a visual atmosphere has an international following. He is also known as an innovator of groundbreaking musical methodologies "Synthesizer Symphony" that links "Symphobient", "Symphonic techno", and "Sci-fi music". Also known as one of the pioneering few of trance music in Asia


Australia

, he began work on a four-album series called The Devin Townsend Project, with each album written in a different style. The first two entries in the series, ''Ki (Ki (album))'' and ''Addicted (Addicted (The Devin Townsend Project album))'', were released in 2009. Townsend scheduled tours throughout Australia and North America in 2010 in support of the albums, and released the next two, ''Deconstruction (Deconstruction (The Devin Townsend Project album))'' and ''Ghost (Ghost (The Devin Townsend Project album))'', in 2011. Townsend returned to the stage in January 2010, touring North America with headliner Between the Buried and Me as well as Cynic (Cynic (band)) and Scale the Summit. This was followed by a headlining tour in Australia and a series of high-profile shows in Europe (for example co-headlining the Brutal Assault festival in Czech Republic). He headlined a North American tour with UK label mates TesseracT (TesseracT (band)) supporting, which began in October 2010, and toured in Europe with support from Aeon Zen and Anneke van Giersbergen. "Devin Townsend to Perform Entire ''Ziltoid'' Album at Finland's TUSKA Festival." ''Blabbermouth.net''. February 12, 2010. Retrieved February 14, 2010. Australia In Australia as in the US, these zones are commonly called pedestrian malls and in most cases comprise only one street (pedestrian street). Most pedestrian streets were created in the late 1970s and 1980s, the first being City Walk, Garema Place in Canberra in 1971. Of 58 pedestrian streets created in Australia in the last quarter of the 20th century, 48 remain today, ten having re-introduced car access between 1990 and 2004. IRIS: Australian Outdoor Pedestrian Mall Survey 2006 , retrieved 2009-10-02 All capital cities in Australia have at least one pedestrian street of which most central are: Pitt Street Mall and Martin Place (Martin Place, Sydney) in Sydney, Bourke Street Mall (Bourke Street, Melbourne) in Melbourne, Queen Street Mall and Brunswick Street Mall in Brisbane, Rundle Mall in Adelaide, Hay Street (Hay Street, Perth) and Murray Street (Murray Street, Perth) Malls in Perth, Elizabeth Street (Elizabeth Street, Hobart) in Hobart, City Walk (City Walk, Canberra) in Canberra, and Smith Street (Smith Street, Darwin) in Darwin. Many other mid-sized and regional Australian cities also feature pedestrian malls, examples include Langtree Avenue Mildura (Mildura, Victoria), Bridge Street Ballarat (Ballarat, Victoria), Nicholas Street Ipswich (Ipswich, Queensland), Hargreaves Street Bendigo, Maude Street Shepparton (Shepparton, Victoria) and Little Mallop Street Geelong. In Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, the D40 Navara has a few differences from the UK versions. There are 2 engines available, 2.5-liter Turbo-charged Diesel engine and the V-6 petrol. The Diesel engine in 4WD models produces Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


Canada

television station MuchMusic, beginning in 1996. The best-selling album of the series was ''Big Shiny Tunes 2'', which was certified Diamond in Canada (1,000,000 units) by the CRIA on March 25, 1998. CRIA.ca It has been cited as the best-selling album

series in Canadian history, Tom Harrison, "Big Shiny Tunes finds big niche: Compilation albums reflect modern rock and sell millions in Canada," ''The Province,'' Vancouver, B.C.: January 13, 2002, pg. B.5. Chapters, "Big Shiny Tunes 10," URL accessed February 17, 2006. with 5


Germany

Smashing Pumpkins album series. The band Islands (Islands (band)) uses the chorus in a b-side named "Two Dogs." * The Very Rev. Walter Henry Farquharson (Walter H. Farquharson) was Moderator of the United Church of Canada * Rob Friend is a professional soccer player from Rosetown who plays for the German team (Germany) Hertha BSC. * Randy Ireland was a Buffalo Sabres Goaltender (List of NHL players: I) from Rosetown, Saskatchewan. Having completed his


United States

chart chart in the winter of 1979. Whitburn, Joel. Top Pop Singles 1955-1993. Record Research, Inc. p. 380 ISBN 0-89820-5 "Dancing in the City" also climbed to the top of the South African singles charts that same year, receiving extensive airplay and was included on Vol 5 of the long-running compilation album series Pop Shop. Hain continued pursuing a recording career and released two albums in the UK: 1981's "Spirits

, the Wimbledon champion, in the Wightman Cup and helped bring the cup back to Great Britain after 21 consecutive defeats by the United States. A few weeks later at Wimbledon, however, as the second seed she was defeated in the fourth round by the American Mimi Arnold. That loss helped start her reputation as an unpredictable player. '''''Warts and All: Volume 2''''' is the second volume in a collection (Warts and All (album series)) of commercially-released, full- concert

5kwPvzwbi archivedate 2009-10-31 deadurl yes '''''Warts and All: Volume 3''''' is the third volume in a collection (Warts and All (album series)) of commercially-released, full-concert live albums by the American (United States) jam band moe. It was recorded live (concert) on November 13, 1998 at the Vic Theater in Chicago, Illinois. '''Warts and All: Volume 4''' is a live album recorded on July 18, 1998 at the Copper Dragon


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