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of Songs Written and Recorded 1995-1997 ''. "Opened and Spent" is an early version of the Bright Eyes song "Act of Contrition". "Flying J" is a live, full band version of "J-Bone" from ''Here's to Special Treatment''. *September 19 - The Union Association drops the Wilmington Quicksteps and Pittsburgh Stogies (Chicago Browns Pittsburgh Stogies) and replaces them with the Milwaukee Brewers (Milwaukee Brewers (UA)) and a team from Omaha


, released as a single from her debut album ''Hello (Hello (Poe album))''. The song received heavy radio airplay, and an accompanying music video was shown frequently on television. Despite its success and positive critical review the only commercial single released was in Australia; however, a variety of promotional singles were released across the world. These included a "Full Band Version" of the song that was more acoustic than the album version and heavily featured cello. Borders Group formerly operated stores in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. However, these were sold off to Pacific Equity Partners (which owned rival Angus & Robertson) in 2008, Borders Reaches Agreement to Sell Australia New Zealand Singapore Business to A&R Whitecoulis, '''' then were later sold again to RedGroup Retail. The stores continued to operate under the Borders brand as the unaffiliated "Borders Asia Pacific" until RedGroup was placed into voluntary administration (Administration (law)#Australia) in February 2011; with the five New Zealand stores sold to the James Pascoe Group, and the Australian stores gradually shut down, with the last group to close by July 17. Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia

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heavy rock and progressive rock bands, including with Asia (Asia (band)) World Trade, CIRCA:, Unruly Child and several members of Yes (Yes (band)). '''''Weekend Today

Band version "That's the Way (I Like It)" became the band's second number-one hit in the Billboard Hot 100, and it is one of the few chart-toppers in history to hit number one on more than one occasion during a one-month period, as it did between November and December of 1975. This song topped the American (United States) pop chart for one week, and then it was replaced by "Fly, Robin, Fly" by the Silver Convention. "That's the Way (I Like It)"

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