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Corcoran, California

appeared as a writer and singer on Vonda Shepard's ''Ally McBeal: For Once in My Life'' album, and he sang with Sting (Sting (musician)) a duet of "Every Breath You Take" in an episode of the series. Despite the apparent success, Downey claims that his performance on the series was overrated and that, "It was my lowest point in terms of addictions. At that stage, I didn't give a fuck whether I ever acted again." In January 2001


Portland, Oregon

disbanded Cursive (Cursive (band)) after the departure of guitarist Steve Pedersen (who left to pursue a law degree at Duke University and now leads the Saddle Creek band Criteria (Criteria (band))). Kasher married and moved to Portland, Oregon. According to interviews, Kasher went through a bitter divorce in 2000, which led to the regrouping of Cursive, as well as providing the inspiration for The Good Life album ''Black Out'' and Cursive's '' Cursive's Domestica Domestica


Madrid

). The debut album, ''A Way of Life (A Way of Life (album))'' was released in 1969, and the title track scored a number 6 hit in the UK Singles Chart. Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones (musician) John Paul Jones


Netherlands

My Life (album) It's My Life ''. The accompanying single "Such a Shame" (a song inspired by the book ''The Dice Man'') became a Top 5 hit in Austria, Germany, Italy

in Oss, Netherlands as ''Caroline Catharina Müller'') is a Dutch (Netherlands)-German (Germany) pop (pop music) singer. Stern Magazine - CC Catch (German) '''''Total Rational!''''' is a Rational Youth compilation album, released (without authorisation from the band) by the Dutch (Netherlands) label Rams Horn, who had previously released the ''Cold War Night Life'' album


Wales

debut album, ''Finally Woken'', includes elements of rock, new wave (New Wave music)-styled electronica and trip-hop. Along with electronic producer Guy Sigsworth (Björk, Frou Frou (Frou Frou (band))), she wrote the song "Nothing Fails", which was later re-worked by Madonna (Madonna (entertainer)) and appeared on her 2003 ''American Life'' album. Her second album ''Down to Earth (Down to Earth (Jem Album))'' was released on 16 September 2008


Switzerland

Life (album) It's My Life ''. The accompanying single "Such a Shame" (a song inspired by the book ''The Dice Man'') became a Top 5 hit in Austria, Germany, Italy


Italy

1903. On the 5th, the ship set a course for Boston. Worldwide success (1984–1986) Talk Talk achieved considerable international success in 1984 85, particularly in continental Europe, with the album ''It's My Life (It's My Life (album))''. The accompanying single "Such a Shame" (a song inspired by the book ''The Dice Man'') became a Top 5 hit in Austria,

confidently predicted. The ''Rhythm Of Life'' album appeared in October 1983 and was accompanied by a short seven date UK tour. Haig's touring group included Malcolm Ross on guitar, together with bassist David McClymont (also fresh from Orange Juice), drummer James Locke and former Associate Alan Rankine. Yet although the album sold respectably, Haig found himself caught between two commercial stools. Plainly some way ahead of his time, Haig had perhaps moved too far too fast, his polished dance pop alienating many Josef K fans not yet ready to trade their raincoats for a sharp Italian (Italy) two-piece and a place in line outside Studio 54. Reviewing the album in the ''NME'', Chris Bohn lamented the fate of an artist: '''Sofia Milos''' (born 27 September 1969) is an Italian (Italy) Greek (Greeks) actress. She is best known for her role as Yelina Salas on ''CSI: Miami''. Milos was born in Zurich, Switzerland, to an Italian (Italy) father and a Greek (Greeks) mother. In her teens she entered a local beauty pageant, and after winning first prize went on to win the provincial, regional and national contests as well. Milos studied acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse in the United States under acting coach Milton Katselas. Milos is a member of the Church of Scientology.


New Zealand

, with the album ''It's My Life (It's My Life (album))''. The accompanying single "Such a Shame" (a song inspired by the book ''The Dice Man'') became a Top 5 hit in Austria, Germany, Italy


Germany

and other European countries (although in much lower volumes than in the United States). In Belgium the product is sold under the name "Rilatine" and in Brazil, Portugal and Argentina as "Ritalina". In Thailand, it is found under the name "Hynidate". Worldwide success (1984–1986) Talk Talk achieved considerable international success in 1984 85, particularly in continental Europe, with the album ''It's My Life (It's My Life (album))''. The accompanying

(band) Paradise Lost covered the song ''Xavier'' as a bonus track on their Symbol of Life album. '''Kurt Adolff''' (born 5 November 1921 in Stuttgart, Germany - 24 January 2012) was a racing driver from Germany. He was born into a family owning a textile company and served as a paratrooper during the Second World War.


Japan

strict, sometimes choosy selection of ingredients. A chef preparing authentic Vietnamese cuisine may incorporate the ingredients provided in these countries, but generally will prefer ingredients native to Vietnam. Due to problems with the other band members and the record company, Sattler decided to split the band. He then formed Ministry of Terror, a thrash metal band, and released the ''Fall Of Life'' album with them in 1994. After a European tour Sattler left the band and re


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