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to hip-hop beats, landing on reggae ska, Latin jazz, and points in between, ''Two Shoes'' is clever and brainy, danceable and absorbing". The Australian version contains a hidden track, called "1001", which is coupled with the track, "The Night That Never End". The lead single, "Sly (Sly (single))", was issued ahead of the album on 28 March and reached the top 30

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". The group promoted the album by organising headlining tours in Australia, Europe and the United States. ''Since I Left You'' was issued to favourable reception, it peaked in the top 30 on the ARIA Albums Chart (ARIA Charts), number 12 in Norway, number eight on the UK Album Charts and, in the United States, at number ten on the Top Electronic Albums (Dance Electronic Albums) chart and in the top 40 on the Top Heatseekers chart

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'' newspaper commemorated 50 years of Australian rock 'n' roll (the anniversary of the release of Johnny O'Keefe's "Wild One (Wild One (Johnny O'Keefe song))") by selecting the Top 50 Australian Albums. Kelly's albums ''Gossip'' and ''Post'' rated at No. 7 and No. 30 on the list. Kelly was nominated as 'Best Male Artist' for "To Her Door (Live)" and 'Best Music DVD

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'', appeared in March and contained three US Top Five singles, including the title track which peaked at No. 3 on ''Billboard'' Hot 100 (Billboard Hot 100) and No. 11 in the United Kingdom Singles Chart (UK Singles Chart). The album was produced by former teen steel guitarist, Robie Porter (Daddy Cool (Daddy Cool (band)), Rick Springfield) for his Wizard Records label. The other US

Top Five singles were "Every Woman in the World" (No. 5) and "All Out of Love" (No. 2). Both singles were Top 10 in Australia with "All Out of Love" reaching No. 17 in Netherlands. During 1980, the line-up of Hitchcock, Russell, Esler-Smith, Cooper, and Moyse was augmented by David Green on bass guitar


.htm#P7646_3165242 Life of Constantine, book 3, chapter 25 - 41 describes how the site of the Holy Sepulchre, originally a site of veneration for the Christian community in Jerusalem, had been covered with earth and a temple of Venus (Venus (mythology)) had been built on top — although Eusebius does not say as much, this would probably have been done as part of Hadrian's reconstruction of Jerusalem as Aelia Capitolina in 135, following the destruction

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