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Australia

considerable success. The track "Lose Control (1977 (Ash album)#Track listing)" from that album was featured in the video game Gran Turismo (Gran Turismo (video game)). On 17 February 1997, Ash released '' Live at the Wireless (Ash album) Live

collaborator Pharrell. 2001: ''Pure and Simple'' Hear’Say’s first single, "Pure and Simple", a cover of a Girl Thing album track that was released only in Japan, Australia and New Zealand, went straight to number one in the UK Singles Chart on 24 March 2001. It became the fastest selling non-charity single in the UK (a record that was beaten a year later by ''Pop Idol'' winner Will Young), and went on to sell over 1 million copies. The single was followed by an equally successful debut album entitled ''Popstars (Popstars (Hear'Say album))''. The album featured cover versions of "Monday Monday" by The Mamas & the Papas and "Bridge over Troubled Water (Bridge over Troubled Water (song))" by Simon & Garfunkel, alongside original tracks purchased for the group. The album also reached number one, three weeks after the single. * Raisin Bran cereal: Sunny the Sun * Rice Krispies (known as Rice Bubbles in Australia) cereal: Snap, Crackle and Pop * Ricicles (UK Only) cereal: Captain Rik - 3 Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


Slovenia

Smak released the album ''Egregor''. Only one album track featured lyrics, while the others featured Najdanović's scat singing. The song "5. maj" was dedicated to Led Zeppelin. The album was produced by Mihajlović and Saša Habić. ''Egregor'' at Discogs * Slovakia – MŠK Žilina * Slovenia – ND Gorica * Spain – Valencia (Valencia CF) - Slovenia File:MaillotEslovenia.PNG


Czechoslovakia

of the album track "How Can You Expect to Be Taken Seriously?" by Brothers in Rhythm. This was followed by the duo's first world tour. Named ''Performance'', the tour kicked off in Tokyo, on 11 March 1991. The tour also visited the United States, Canada, France, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Czechoslovakia, Austria, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. The shows were designed by David Alden and David


Sri Lanka

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Netherlands

cut, a Schatz original, became a #10 disco hit but another album track, "Turn the Beat Around," began to build "buzz" and was expediently released as a single, topping the disco charts on March 20, 1976. "Turn the Beat Around" broke on Top 40 radio in Boston in May, almost immediately topping the charts there. Despite failure to crack the major markets of New York City and Los Angeles, "Turn the Beat Around" reached the U.S. Top

on a solo-tour, Henny decides to stretch himself by writing TV and film-scores (album-track ''Amstel Hotel 13:00'' is described in the 2000 Doe Maar-biography as an application letter) and producing for other artists, including Dutch (Netherlands)-born Belgian Raymond van het Groenewoud, whose ''Habba'' is a fine example of what Doe Maar might have sounded like had they decided to destroy the recordings for the fifth album and start from scratch. Eager to shake off his green pink past

and the Netherlands. Two years later, the band released their second album, ''Everyone Into Position'' on September 19, 2005. thumb 130px left Oceansize performing live at the LVC in Leiden (Image:Oceansize @ LVC, Leiden.jpg), Netherlands. The album track "Meredith" was featured on the popular television drama The O.C., and one of the album's singles, "Music For A Nurse", became the soundtrack to an Orange (Orange SA) advertising campaign entitled


Japan

;Pure and Simple", a cover of a Girl Thing album track that was released only in Japan, Australia and New Zealand, went straight to number one in the UK Singles Chart on 24 March 2001. It became the fastest selling non-charity single in the UK (a record that was beaten a year later by ''Pop Idol'' winner Will Young), and went on to sell over 1 million copies. The single was followed by an equally successful debut album entitled ''Popstars (Popstars (Hear'Say album))''. The album featured cover versions of "Monday Monday" by The Mamas & the Papas and "Bridge over Troubled Water (Bridge over Troubled Water (song))" by Simon & Garfunkel, alongside original tracks purchased for the group. The album also reached number one, three weeks after the single. It is not listed by the UK's Food Standards Agency among EU approved food additives. Current EU approved additives and their E Numbers, Food Standards Agency, 26 November 2010 Its use is banned in Austria, Japan, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and the United States. zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


Republic of Ireland

success reaching number 1 not only in the UK (United Kingdom), but in Israel, Italy, Switzerland and Ireland (Republic of Ireland). That same year she scored two more Top 10 (Top 40) hits, reaching number 6 with the singles "I've Got You" and later "Talking in Your Sleep", which featured the double A Side (A-side and B-side) "Love Me (Love Me (Bee Gees song)#Martine McCutcheon version))", an album track that was re-recorded for the Children in Need appeal with all proceeds being donated to that cause. All three singles were taken from her debut album ''You, Me and Us'', which peaked at number 2 in the UK Albums Chart and was certified as double platinum. Other leaders who have adopted elements of the Third Way style of governance include Juan Perón of Argentina, Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia, Leonel Fernández of the Dominican Republic, Fernando Henrique Cardoso of Brazil, Marianne Jelved of Denmark, François Bayrou of France, Bertie Ahern and the Fianna Fáil party of the Republic of Ireland, Gerhard Schröder of Germany, Ferenc Gyurcsány of Hungary, Jens Stoltenberg of Norway, Wim Kok of the Netherlands, Jose Socrates of Portugal The bomb was found on the side of a road near the village of Forkhill (w:Forkhill) in County Armagh (w:County Armagh), Northern Ireland (w:Northern Ireland), close to the border with the Republic of Ireland (w:Republic of Ireland). It was defused by an expert bomb disposal team from the Irish Army (w:Irish Army). The explosives were home-made and weighed 600 lb (270 kg). It is believed that the bomb was planted there by dissident republicans. On Saturday, 67% of Irish (w:Republic of Ireland) voters favored the European Union's (w:European Union) (EU) Lisbon Treaty (w:Treaty of Lisbon) which now requires approval from the presidents of the Czech Republic (w:Czech Republic) and Poland (w:Poland) for ratification (w:ratification). A car, thought to have been used for the get-away, has been found burnt out just over the border in the Republic of Ireland (w:Republic of Ireland). Mr Kee and the Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs Micheál Martin (w:Micheál Martin) have asked for any witnesses to contact the Gardai (w:Gardai) or the PSNI immediately.


New Zealand

'''Vernon Francis Cracknell''' (30 May 1912, Auckland - 4 June 1989) was a New Zealand politician. Initially working as an accountant, he became involved in politics through the Social Credit Party (Social Credit Party (New Zealand)), a group dedicated to the social credit theory of monetary reform. He was the party's third leader (1963–1970). Habib made his first-class (first-class cricket) debut in 1992, playing once for Middlesex (Middlesex County Cricket Club), but was quickly let go and it was 1995 before he played another first-class game, for his new county, Leicestershire (Leicestershire County Cricket Club). Although he made 174 not out against Oxford University (Oxford University Cricket Club) that year it was 1996 before Habib established himself in the first team. He played a few games for New Zealand side Canterbury (Canterbury, New Zealand) in the 1997

;Driving Lesson" and a house (house music) remix of album track "Dog New Tricks", both of which had been recorded by the band earlier in the year. The following week, "Only Happy When it Rains" debuted on the ARIA singles chart (ARIA charts) and spent nine weeks on the chart, peaking at 80th. A month later, the song debuted at 42nd on the RIANZ New


Russia

: www.feederweb.com band archivedate 30 May 2006 but was included on the Japanese release. A petition was set up to release the song as a single, "Feeder Release Single ‘Shatter’ For Vampire Flick". XFM. Retrieved 7 January 2011. and was also included alongside album track "Tender" on the end credits of the European dub

) or ''Menologion'' in 1684-1705. He also found time to study ecclesiastical history of the Russian Orthodox Church. "'''Shatter'''" is a song by the British (United Kingdom) rock (Rock music) band (Musical ensemble) Feeder. "Shatter" and "Tender" (album track from ''Pushing the Senses'') were released by the band as a double a-sided single (single (music)) in October 2005, reaching #11 in the UK Singles Chart. Shatter was first released as B-side


Boston

producing Robinson's debut album ''Never Gonna Let You Go''. The title cut, a Schatz original, became a #10 disco hit but another album track, "Turn the Beat Around," began to build "buzz" and was expediently released as a single, topping the disco charts on March 20, 1976. "Turn the Beat Around" broke on Top 40 radio in Boston in May, almost immediately topping the charts there. Despite failure to crack the major markets of New York City and Los


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