This piece launches straight into a musical ascent, which never resolves or tires. The sound is thick and the energy sustained; it is perhaps the most confronting — or dangerous — work on the album. This is followed by an improvised saxophone solo, and any source song is beyond recognition.
A final attempt to induce insanity, the last track burbles away into the distance of our minds. This album is sure to inspire many reactions: fear, laughter, confusion, amusement, and — for some — an urge to switch off. Because if you feel any of the above, the album is a success. It has enabled you to react. Stephanie Eslake is an emerging arts journalist with degrees in both media and music, and was KYD 's inaugural New Critic Award winner in Also a trained saxophonist, Stephanie founded CutCommon in as Australia's only online magazine for the young classical musician.
More from Stephanie Eslake. I mostly write love songs because I think it's the one thing that everyone can relate to. You see it in movies, in novels I like to keep my songs open-ended so people can listen to it and say, "Oh, I think it means this. I've been through that. This is what the song is about. This has never happened to me. I'm not Michelle. When you first like somebody, every little thing reminds you of that person.
They're everywhere, in every little thing. The video shows Branch staring at a man in the opposite apartment building while she plays her guitar in an empty room. Branch told MTV in , "Before we made the video, it was a big deal for me to help find the guy [who co-stars in it]. I was like, "I'm taking over. Send all the photos to me. I have to pick the guy. Can we contact him?
They finally brought me the picture of the guy in my video, Lachie Midson. I was like, "This is it. He has to be in it. I would giggle and start blushing [when I saw him]. I think his girlfriend is probably going to track me down and kill me now.
Reception Critical response "Everywhere" received positive reviews from critics praising its lyrical content and Branch's vocal performance. While the music generally falls under pop, this song has a rockier edge to it. The song rocks enough to live up to those expectations and pop enough to race up the charts. Commercial reception "Everywhere" peaked at number twelve on the U.
Billboard Hot on the week ending November 10, The song stayed on the charts for twenty weeks. It did better in New Zealand, where it peaked at number two. Legacy "Everywhere" remains as one of the well-known songs of Branch. The song has been covered by numerous artists, including Yellowcard, Sara Lumholdt and Master Blaster.
Retrieved 17 April Retrieved Everywhere Michelle Branch song  Richardson, Sean. Boston Phoenix. Retrieved April 17 28, It was the second single released from his album of the same name. McGraw's attorneys stated that they are confident the case will be dismissed altogether, and described the allegations as being "totally without merit.
The lawsuit is ongoing. Notes and references  Gilbert, Clavin. Retrieved on February 20, Track listing 1. Both have been collaborating on an Heidi Montag album before. With the arrival of Africa's first FIFA World Cup it was important that we attracted the cream of the continent's musical talent as well as a world-famous headline act to collaborate on this song. But I wanted to do a track with artists who use traditional African elements in hip hop.
This resulted in big-time producer Steve Morales getting involved and when Kelly heard the track she was sold! This song is about coming together and doing something new and cool. There is no song quite like this. Remixes Ugandan rapper Jose Chameleone provided additional vocals to a remixed version, produced by Ugandan producer Beni Okwenje a. The remix production is on a number of the other country versions.
Four days later the second live performance took place in the town of Newtown, South Africa during an exclusive "invite only" concert for a crowd which included business people and celebrities. Music video Kelly Rowland, Jozi and Samini shot their parts for the musicvideo on the 21st April in Johannesburg in front of a green screen. The video was directed by Andrew Wessels and designed and animated by Nicework.
I am hoping that this video will be relevant in five years' time. It's not just part of the World Cup. African stars - Everywhere u go now!!!!!!!!!! Channel O. The film comes from Kidulthood director Menhaj Huda. Synopsis Young and educated, Ash leads a privileged life but finds himself between two cultures: hedonistic, multi-cultural London with his friends and a traditional Indian family upbringing in the middle class suburbs.
Tormented by the idea of entering the family business, Ash rebels and he finds identity through blending classic Bollywood soundtracks with contemporary hip-hop. It contains five concerts taken from their One By One tour. Everywhere but Home 9. Slane Castle 1.
Encore 9. Reykjavik Audio Only 1. Go to the main menu Select "Slane Castle" Press 3, wait for the red arrow to reappear Press 8, wait for the red arrow to reappear Repeat the previous steps for 2, 5, 4, and 6.
The Inquirer is a British technology tabloid website founded by Mike Magee after his departure from The Register of which he was one of the founding members in The magazine is entirely Internet-based with its journalists living all over the world and filing copy online. When served with "cease and desist" orders, the website sometimes publishes them in full, with commentary. On each visit to the main page of the website, The Inquirer shows a random comment or quote usually sarcastic at the top of the page.
The Inquirer has a diverse writing staff coming from many different countries, with Rob Coppinger being the news editor as of 4 May and Madeline Bennett the overall editor since June .
Paul Hales left at that time. Some people suggest that several of The Inquirer's writers are actually pseudonyms. Among these are Adamson Rust, an anagram of Nostradamus, and Eva Glass, an anagram of Las Vegas suggesting that these names are really pseudonyms of other staff members.
Scoops Despite getting scoops, some of the reporters for The Inquirer have a policy against signing non-disclosure agreements. When dealing with such information, they typically preface the article with a statement such as the following, "We've heard an odd, but strong whisper on the grapevine.
Playstation 3 Graphics Processor As is the case with most publications, some stories published by The Inquirer cause controversy, such as a 31 August story about a claim that PlayStation 3's GPU is less powerful than the GeForce Sony Laptop Battery Scandal One of The Inquirer's greatest scoops has been its reporting during of laptop battery problems that affected Dell, Sony and Apple as of September , with rumours of problems at Toshiba and Lenovo.
In June , The Inquirer's report and dramatic photographs of a Dell notebook PC exploding in flames at a conference in Japan attracted global media attention.
The Inquirer's successful reporting of the story relied on information supplied by readers and later by a confidential source at Dell. No one produced the program before the deadline passed. This is a pun on the term used in the House of Commons to refer to the House of Lords another place and vice-versa. Coined by Brian Briggs of BBspot.
The Vole - Microsoft - see also Microtus,. Many believe that using Microsoft software helps feed a Giant Vole currently kept in a secure basement in the Seattle area. Once the Vole  reaches critical mass it could devour half the western world, many fear. It was released in the UK on February 24, and reached 4.
In the United States, it was released a little earlier on November 28, and reached number 14 on the Billboard Hot chart and went to 1 on the U. Everywhere Fleetwood Mac song A inch single was also issued, and featured an extended dance version and dub version.
The video of the song is a visual depiction of the poem, The Highwayman by Alfred Noyes. There are 2 versions of this video. One features the story with members of the band appearing throughout, while the other doesn't feature the band at all.
An audio sample can be heard on the official Almighty Records website. This version is a house music version that peaked at 19 on the Australian charts. Whitburn, Joel Top Adult Contemporary: Record Research.
Retrieved June 14, Retrieved September 15, Pretty Much Amazing! The Music Blog. Retrieved August 19, Everywhere is an album by American jazz trombonist Roswell Rudd featuring performances recorded in for the Impulse!
Track listing All compositions by Roswell Rudd except as indicated 1. References  Impulse! It was released as the second single from her Unguarded album. The lyrics praise God's constant presence in Grant's life. In the Unguarded liner notes, Grant calls the song "my own version of Psalm That song went 1 on the Christian music charts, but also gave Grant her first hit on pop radio as well as the first-ever Contemporary Christian music song to chart on pop radio. The song's lyrics, however, are somewhat more explicit with respect to Grant's Christian faith than those of the other Unguarded singles, which may explain why "Everywhere I Go" did not perform quite as well on the mainstream charts.
In , Grant released her first compilation album, The Collection. Both "Find a Way" and "Everywhere I Go" were included, the only two songs from the still-new "Unguarded" to make the cut. On mainstream radio, the single did not make The Billboard Hot ; however, the song still achieved notable mainstream exposure.
The single peaked at 28 on the mainstream Adult Contemporary chart. Cover versions The song has been covered by several artists. Five Iron Frenzy notably released a punk rock version of the song on their album, Upbeats and Beatdowns. List of villains in The Batman The following is a list of the villains who have appeared in the Batman animated series, The Batman, their background in the show, and their likely inspirations.
Various villains who have appeared on The Batman. Bane Real name: Unknown. In the episode Team Penguin, Bane was defeated by both Batman and his newly-constructed "Bat-Bot" while attempting to rob a bank. He was invited to join the Penguin's "Injustice Team. Black Mask is a powerful crime boss with a vast organization of henchmen, including Number One. In his first encounter with the Batman, he holds Gotham City to ransom using a stolen shock-wave-generator.
He is captured by the G. In later appearances, he is accidentally frozen by Mr. Jane Blazedale. A nuclear physicist at Gotham University, Dr. Jane Blazedale was fired when the university deemed her experiments unsafe. She became romantically involved with Garfield Lynns, the criminal Firefly, and helped him as "Blaze".
Together they stole a Phosphorus isotope which she planned to use to upgrade Firefly's equipment, but it accidentally exploded, transforming Firefly into a lava-like being; he renamed himself "Phosphorus".
Blaze tried to reason with Phosphorus, but was forced to team up with Batman, Batgirl, and Robin to stop him causing a meltdown at the Gotham Nuclear Power Plant. She was arrested afterwards, but visited Phosphorus in Arkham Asylum to tell him their relationship was over. Catwoman is Gotham City's greatest cat-burglar. She is a capable opponent, often matching Batman in combat and escaping capture.
She first meets the Batman when she attempts to steal from yakuza boss Hideto Katsu; in their first fight she steals Batman's utility belt, but later returns it when they team up to fight Katsu's ninja henchmen. She eventually switches sides again to avoid capture, escaping with the Penguin.
She is one of the villains captured by the vigilante "Rumor", caught in the middle of an art museum heist thanks to intervention by the Penguin. Detective Ethan Bennett worked with the G. He is a supporter of Batman, a stance that put him at odds with his partner Detective Ellen Yin and Chief Rojas, who declared Batman an illegal vigilante. He is also Bruce Wayne's closest friend, to the point where Bruce decides to reveal his identity as Batman to Ethan.
He is rescued by Batman, but during his capture Ethan inhales fumes from the Joker's "Joker Putty", mutating him into a creature able to mould his features and body like clay. Driven partly insane by the Joker's torture and the revulsion of those who see him in his new form, Ethan becomes the villain "Clayface", and attacks Chief Rojas.
He eventually escapes, having learned to shape himself into his original body. Bruce has been working on a cure to Ethan's condition, though Ethan is reluctant to give up his powers.
He convinces Batman to trust him when he escapes jail to fight the new Clayface, Basil Karlo, and is eventually cured by Bruce's antidote. When he's rejected for a dog food commercial for "not having the right look", Basil finds out about Waynetech's research into Clayface, and steals the "Clayface-formula" from their labs.
He drinks it and gains shape-shifting abilities, but when he is again rejected for the commercial, he attacks the audition panel and becomes a wanted criminal. He revels in his newfound fame, but is seemingly "cured" while in conflict with Ethan Bennett. Enraged, Arthur Brown became a villain named "the Cluemaster" and kidnapped both the producer and host of Think, Thank, Thunk and staged a version of their show where the losers would be dunked in acid.
However, he was defeated by Batman when he caused his overweight body to collapse to the floor, knocking him out. Count Vertigo is a Green-Arrow-villain who has the power to make people lose their sense of balance. Hugo Strange with several Batman villains' personalities installed in it. He subsequently calls himself "the ultimate criminal mastermind. After he terrorizes Gotham with his vampiric plague, he is defeated and met his demise by the Batman.
Biography Everywhere Man is introduced as Dr. John Marlowe, one of Bruce Wayne's rich friends, who owns a large collection of art. He is a scientist, and his work centers on quantum physics. His work results in the Quantex, a gadget that allows its user to multiply himself or anything he encounters. The Quantex also allows the user to "recall" the clone, erasing its existence. Once Dr. John Marlowe creates a viable clone of himself, he decides to keep it around to help him with his lab work.
Upon perfection of the Quantex however, the clone rebels, kidnaps the real Marlowe and locks him up under guard by other clones. The fake Marlowe referred to as "Marlowe" from here on out then proceeds to take over the real one's life. The clone uses the Quantex as an easy way to expand "his" art collection and thus became the supervillain known as The Everywhere Man.
At a party which "Marlowe" hosts at his penthouse to show off his collection, Everywhere Man made his first appearance. Upon seeing Everywhere Man, Bruce quickly changes into Batman, then with "Marlowe" chases the clone into a closet, where he disappears "Marlowe" has recalled him. Everywhere Man later attempts a heist at the Gotham Museum of Art, this time facing both Batman and Robin, who seems at the time able to foil the theft.
Batman later analyzes hair found at the Museum, matching it to Dr. John Marlowe's Deoxyribonucleic acid. Bruce Wayne hopes for Dr. John Marlowe's innocence, but cannot rule him out as a suspect. He visits Dr. John Marlowe's apartment under the pretense of getting a look at the closet where the thief disappeared. While looking at the closet, Bruce Wayne uses a scanner hidden in a pair of sunglasses to get a reading on anything unusual and picks up traces of radioactivity.
Dick Grayson does the same with the paintings at the Museum with the same result. After examining the closet, Bruce confronts Everywhere Man about his change in personality,. List of villains in The Batman temporarily angering him. While the conversation takes place, the scanner reveals Everywhere Man to have a very high level of the same radiation found in the closet and museum. Later that night, Batman and Robin search Everywhere Man's building. Batman confronts two Everywhere Men in a laboratory, where they reveal their identity and the secret of the Quantex by duplicating themselves.
The four unmasked Everywhere Men, along with a fifth in an elevator, accompany Batman to Dr. John Marlowe's penthouse, where they met "Marlowe". The radiation is revealed to be an effect of the cloning process. Another clone then confronts "Marlowe", saying they could conquer the world. Batman then realizes that the clones were "like a bad photocopy. Each duplicate is just a little darker than the last". Batman escapes to the atrium, but "Marlowe" sends a huge army of Everywhere Men to meet him.
Robin arrives in the atrium with the real Marlowe and evens the odds by using Marlowe's original prototype of the Quantex to clone an army of himself and battle the other clones. However, the Robin clones become unstable and disappear on contact due to the imperfections of the prototype. After a lengthy battle, all of the Robin clones are eliminated and the prototype short circuits. Batman is surrounded by the Everywhere Men, but turns them against each other and "Marlowe" by reminding them that they will be recalled as soon as they are no longer useful.
This eventually angers "Marlowe" into recalling all of the clones. Before he can create a new army of them, however, the real Marlowe uses the Quantex and recalls his original clone. John Marlow donates his art collection to the museum and is currently started dating Clea. He can clone himself from a small group, to an entire army of Everywhere Men. The clones are also extremely good hand-to-hand fighters, and are stronger and more agile than the real Marlowe.
However, the clones become more psychologically unstable and aggressive than the ones before them. Also, with the Quantex, Everywhere Man can clone objects themselves, useful in art thefts. Firefly is a work-for-hire-arsonist who uses laser-technology to commit his crimes.
In an episode, he is hired to take down Gothcorp so that they could not fund the children's hospital, but he gets defeated by Batman before he can do so. In "Fire and Ice," he teams up with Mr. Freeze in order to ice over Gotham City, but their rivalry leads them to being defeated by Batman.
He appeared in "rumors" where he was defeated with the other criminals by getting hit by killer croc. He last appeared in "White Heat" where he and Blaze stole the isotope, and while he was building it into his suit it exploded and made him into Phosphorus. Biography In this version, Gearhead is a criminal car racer who operates with advanced forms of nanotechnology, Gearhead first showed up with a souped-up yellow race car during a charity race that Bruce Wayne, alias Batman, was competing in.
Gearhead stole all the charity money and rode off, leaving all the contestants baffled. Soon after, Bruce Wayne changes into his alter ego of the Batman and is hot on Gearhead's trail. However, the criminal's hi-tech vehicle had some surprises of its own—it could extend small metal cords and attach them to other vehicles, giving Gearhead full control over the vehicle.
Later, back at the Batcave, Bruce and his faithful butler Alfred looked more deeply into nanotechnology and made some new adjustments to the Batmobile. With a bigger and better vehicle, Batman was ready for round two of his match. With the help of Batgirl, he rode out to take Gearhead down.
In the final battle when Batman almost destroyed Gearhead's vehicle, the villain jumped out of his hi-tech car and it reverted into a junky, beat-up old one. Gearhead then took control of an ordinary motorcycle, and it transformed into a super vehicle just like his car had been. This revealed to Batman that Gearhead was probably some sort of a cyborg who was built of nanotechnology and could alter vehicles and mechanical devices at will. The fight went on for a while, until Gearhead tried to use his technology to take over the new Batmobile.
To his dismay, however, Batman's new adjustments had blocked any take over and caused Gearhead's metal cords to lock in place when he tried. Gearhead was trapped and soon placed in jail.
Gearhead was among the villains captured by Rumor and was seen when the cell the villains were in opened up. They also made a toy of him from the cartoon but renamed him "Metal Head. Chapter V: Underrated. More . Rich Girl. Acoustic Soul Sessions . Live Show Killer . Sessions . Chris Dave and The Drumhedz, Bilal. So Addictive . Diary of a Sinner: 1st Entry . Dark Days, Bright Nights . So Addictive international reissue .
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This one will make you bite down on that cyanide capsule I'm a really big Lou Reed fan but some of his stuff will clear a room quickly, and I've used this many years ago to my advantage. Some VU of course, but I'm thinking of solo stuff like "The Kids" from the Berlin album -- very hard to take when the kids start crying and calling for mommy after the five minute mark "they're taking her children away because they said she was not a good mother Maroon 5 "Animals" My acoustic nerve just checked out, permanently.
Barry Manilow Copa Cabana. Mmmbop immediately came to mind. Join the conversation You can post now and register later.List of promotional singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name Title Year Peaks Album US R&B Bub. "Pocketbook" (Rockwilder and Missy Elliott remix) (Meshell Ndegeocello featuring Redman and Tweet) 16 Cookie: The Anthropological Mixtape "Smoking Cigarettes" 1 Southern Hummingbird.