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Huntsville, Alabama

'''Sex Clark Five''' (abbreviated SC5) is an underground indie rock band formed in the early 1980s in Huntsville, Alabama. Calling their inventive, sawed-off power pop songs "strum and drum" (a pun on Sturm und Drang), SC5 released several albums that featured the jangly Rickenbacker guitar sound characteristic of Southern (Southern United States) college rock bands of the time, including R.E.M (R.E.M. (band)). Guitarists James Butler and Rick Storey and drummer Trick McKaha were all friends from Huntsville High School. After stints in Kinks cover and pseudo punk bands, the three recruited bassist Joy Johnson. birth_date The '''NATO Medium Extended Air Defense System Management Agency''' (abbreviated '''NAMEADSMA'''), located in Huntsville, Alabama, is an agency founded by NATO in July 1996to oversee the Medium Extended Air Defense System, a joint military project intended to replace aging NATO Patriot missiles (MIM-104 Patriot). The station signed-on October 29, 1970 (1970 in television) as '''WYEA''' and aired an analog signal on UHF channel 38. It was branded on-air as "YAY-TV" and featured promotions showing a cheerleader with pompoms. WYEA was originally owned by Huntsville, Alabama broadcaster Charles Grisham and his company, Gala Broadcasting. It brought a full NBC affiliate to Columbus after a full decade in which CBS outlet WRBL and ABC (American Broadcasting Company) affiliate WTVM had shared NBC programming, which usually aired at times when the primary networks' programming was not shown. Like most UHF start-ups during this time, WYEA began with several handicaps.


work in the 1940s. His R&B influenced backing and saxophone imitating lead guitar sound would become an influential part of the electric blues sound that would be perfected in Chicago by artists like Muddy Waters. The state R&B recording industry was based in Houston with labels like Duke Peacock (Peacock Records), which in the 1950s provided a base for artists who would later pursue the electric Texas


*Recorded & Mixed at Digital Fidelity Studios, Lahore, Punjab (Punjab (Pakistan)) *Guitar sound engineer: Mekaal Hasan, Muhammad Ali Jafri '''Waseem Ahmad''' (Urdu: '''وسیم احمد''') (born 10 April 1977, Vehari) is a Pakistan field hockey player and ex- captain of Pakistan hockey team. He is regarded as one of the best left halfs in the world, and became the most capped midfielder and most capped player for Pakistan. After announcing his retirement from International hockey


in Seattle, Washington (Washington (U.S. state)). Grunge was based around a sludgy, murky guitar sound that synthesized heavy metal (Heavy metal music) and punk rock. Largely based around the Seattle indie label Sub Pop, grunge bands were noted for their thrift store fashion which favored flannel shirts

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vogue in the 1910s, influencing the developing genre of country music (this is the source of the steel guitar sound that is characteristic of modern country). thumb left SS ''Hannover'' listing before her capture on 6 March 1940 (File:SS Hannover PA-104055.jpg) ''Hannover'' was a 5,537 GRT cargo liner built by Bremer Vulkan Schiff- und Maschinenbau (Bremer Vulkan), Vegesack (Bremen-Vegesack) and launched on 29 March 1939. WikiPedia:Dominican Republic Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Dominican Republic commons:República Dominicana


tunings detuned electric guitars (usually C# standard or lower), a maxed out Boss (Boss Corporation) HM-2 Heavy Metal pedal, sometimes in combination with a single guitar through a Boss DS-1 Distortion pedal. The originator of this guitar sound was Nihilist guitarist Leffe Cuzner though it was evolved and altered over the years. Ekeroth, chapter 3, "The Birth of Swedish Death Metal", p. 54-86. Newer bands playing in the 'old school' Swedish style include


environment; Halloween Jack dwells on top of tenement buildings in a post-apocalyptic Manhattan. The guitar sound is heavily influenced by The Rolling Stones, and signalled Bowie moving away from glam rock and closer to a proto-punk Stooges (The Stooges)-influenced sound. Nicholas Pegg (2000). ''The Complete David Bowie'': p.63 '''''Just My Luck''''' is a 2006 American romantic comedy film directed by Donald Petrie and written by I. Marlene


of their most famous products was a battery-operated, portable record player called Mister Disc that was sold in the U.S. in the early 1980s. (Shortened to ''Baby'' or ''BTSSB'') is the name


in the 1910s, influencing the developing genre of country music (this is the source of the steel guitar sound that is characteristic of modern country). Americas *Argentina - Martín Fierro by José Hernández (José Hernández (writer)) *Brazil - Commons:Category:Argentina Wikipedia:Argentina Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina


ice runway (Ice Runway) at the McMurdo Station airfield at Williams Field, McMurdo Sound (Williams Field) in Antarctica. It also made Modern Air the first US charter airline to fly to the erstwhile Soviet Union. This flight commemorated the 40th anniversary of Admiral Richard Byrd (Richard Evelyn Byrd)'s South Pole flight. It carried 60 US businessmen who had paid $10,000 each to fly on a round-the-world trip over both Poles that left Boston on 8 November 1968. Cdr F.G. Dustin, who had accompanied then Cdr Byrd on his second Antarctic (Antarctica) expedition in 1934, was among the passengers. The flight routed over the North Pole via Japan, Australia and New Zealand to Antarctica and over the South Pole, before crossing the International Date Line a second time and proceeding northwards to Chile, Africa and Europe. Rome was the first European stop, from where the flight continued to Moscow, before night-stopping in London and returning to Boston the following day, 2 December 1968. Profits from that trip were used to establish ''The Admiral Richard E. Byrd Polar Center (Richard Evelyn Byrd)'', a polar research centre in Boston. ''Commemorating Admiral Byrd'', World News ..., Flight International, 5 December 1968, p. 921 ''Trans-polar Charter'', Air Transport ..., Flight International, 19 December 1968, p. 1019 Bauman Rare Books — The story of a unique hand-painted airport sign commemorating the first commercial transpolar flight: ''Dustin Transpolar Flight'', Dustin, F.G., Rio de Janeiro, 1968 Media appearances Delta Air Lines named an MD-88 airplane "The David Wright Flight" after Wright. The plane's name, along with Wright's signature and jersey number (5), are next to the boarding door. The plane shuttles between New York, Boston and Washington (Washington, D.C.).

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