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of the Faith''''' is the ninth studio album by British heavy metal (Heavy metal music) band Judas Priest. It was recorded at Ibiza Sound Studios, Ibiza, Spain (Ibiza) and mixed from September to November 1983 at DB Recording Studios and Bayshore Recording Studios in Coconut Grove, Miami, Florida. The LP (vinyl record) and cassette tape were released on 4 January 1984 and later appeared on CD in July. A remastered CD was released in May 2001. Three tracks were released as singles

: "Freewheel Burning", "Some Heads Are Gonna Roll" and "Love Bites". Tony then sets out to find Gina, who has been missing since he left for New York. Tony's mother tells him of an address in Coconut Grove she had followed Gina to one night. Tony arrives at a mansion at that address, and finds Manny and Gina together. He kills Manny in a fit of rage; however, Gina had intended to surprise Tony with the announcement of their recent marriage. Tony and his

Sturgis, South Dakota

archcht.cgi?cht965 title Chart Date: 10 10 2005 work Previous Album Sales Chart publisher accessdate Also, the album peaked number 1 at the Canadian albums chart. Nickelback's fifth studio album, ''All the Right Reasons'' (2005), produced five U.S. Hot 100 top 20 singles: "Photograph (Photograph (Nickelback song))", "Savin' Me", "Far Away (Far Away (Nickelback song))", " If Everyone Cared


. W. E. Studwell and D. F. Lonergan, ''The Classic Rock and Roll Reader: Rock Music from its Beginnings to the mid-1970s'' (London: Routledge, 1999), ISBN 0-7890-0151-9, p. 223. Key recordings included Jefferson Airplane's ''Surrealistic Pillow'', the first album to come out of San Francisco during this era, which sold well enough to bring the city's music scene to the attention of the record industry: from it they took two of the earliest psychedelic hit singles: " White

;, as numerous artists released recordings, beginning in the 1950s, as 45-rpm (phonograph record) "singles" (with another on the flip side (B-side)), and radio stations tended to play only the most popular of the wide variety of records being made. Also, bands tended to record only the best of their songs as a chance to become a hit record. The taste of the American listeners expanded from the folksinger, doo-wop and saxophone sounds of the 1950s to the Motown sound


as well as Snoop Dogg, Eslam Jawaad, Bashy, and Kano. Later that same month, their first full-length album, the self-titled (eponym) ''Gorillaz (Gorillaz (album))'', was released, producing four singles: "Clint Eastwood", "19-2000", "Tomorrow Comes Today (Tomorrow Comes Today (single))", and "Rock the House". "19-2000 (Soulchild Remix)" became popular after being featured in both an Ice Breakers (candy) Ice

Kansas City, Kansas

video for "The Trick Is to Keep Breathing (The Trick Is to Keep Breathing#Music video)" was also filmed by Muller on the same nights. Unlike the special effects-laden videos for their previous three singles, "When I Grow Up" was intended to focus on the performance side of the band. Both videos were ready to air by December 3, 1998 and was broadcast in support of the single releases in United Kingdom, Europe and Australia. Early life Born


the Arve River in Geneva. '''Yello''' is a Swiss (Switzerland) electronica band consisting of Dieter Meier and Boris Blank (Boris Blank (musician)). They are probably best known for their singles "The Race (The Race (Yello song))" and "Oh Yeah (Oh Yeah (Yello song))", which feature a mix of electronic music and manipulated vocals, as does most of their music. Although not considered a reserve currency, high volatility and its unorthodox movement

of the (in this respect rightly so-called) imperfect (today: ich machte in subclauses, ich würde machen in main clauses and colloquially). Yiddish (Yiddish language) has gone even farther and has no preterite at all. Rather, there is only one past tense, which is formed using what was originally the perfect. commons:Confoederatio Helvetica


by most political forces in Serbia and after two notable scandals (one of which occurred in 1909 when he kicked his servant, who consequently died) Prince George was forced to renounce his claim to the throne. Personal life Doris Dragović was born Dorotea Dragović on 16 April 1961 in Split (Split (city)), Croatia (then Yugoslavia). She was known in the early 80s for her work with bands from Split (Split, Croatia). One of her best singles "Hajde da se mazimo" was one

| Ljudi | Muzika sa humanom svrhom format work accessdate 23. 4. 2011. In October 2009, Radić promoted two singles "''Pusti me''" ("Release Me") and "''Živim da živim''" ("I Live To Live") Since 1996 he published articles, essays, literary works and translations in the Croatian media ( in ''Vijenac'', '' Zarez

descent. He launched his career back in 1978 with the singles "Rastanak kraj reke" and "Sreli smo se mnogo kasno". As of 2006, he has released 27 music albums. He gained his first musical experience from his father who was a musician in the military orchestra. He is very popular in Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Republic of Macedonia and Bulgaria. In South Slavic languages Use of the word '''bre


; ref '''''Over the Counter Culture''''' is the first studio album by Worthing, England band The Ordinary Boys. The album received critical praise and spawned the singles "Maybe Someday", "Week In Week Out", "Talk Talk Talk", and "Seaside". On its initial release in the UK, there was an ordinary version and Special Edition of the album issued. The Special Edition of the album included a second disc, a bonus limited edition Live EP


on to receive gold (music recording sales certification) and platinum (music recording sales certification) awards with the band (band (music)) for their hit (hit record) singles (Single (music)), "Rush (Rush (BAD song))" and "The Globe (The Globe (song))". He left the band in 1997, but continued to write and produce music and moved to the United States. Hawkins scored for films as well as producing his wife, Jo Beng's debut album, which was released on his

Nassau, Bahamas

. It was released on April 27, 1983 in the United States, with Warner Bros. Records as the primary label. Sales for ''Whammy!'' were generally weaker than their previous album, but overall successful, spawning the popular singles "Legal Tender (Legal Tender (song))", "Whammy Kiss", and "Song for a Future Generation". The album entered the ''Billboard'' 200 (Billboard 200) twice in 1983, reaching both number 29 and 171 throughout the year, while

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