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Maximum Security

Maximum Security may refer to: Maximum Security TV series, an American drama television series on HBO "Maximum Security" Brooklyn Nine-Nine, a television episode Maximum Security Tony MacAlpine album, 1987 Supermax, "control-unit" prisons, or uni ...

                                               

Angel wing (disambiguation)

Angel wing is a syndrome that affects aquatic birds in which the wing feathers pointing out laterally, instead of lying against the body. Angel wing or Angel wings may also refer to: Angel wing begonia Caladium or angel wings, a genus of flowerin ...

                                               

Lucero

Lucero may refer to: Lucero entertainer album Lucero entertainer born 1969, Mexican singer and actress Lucero surname a Spanish surname Lucero given name a Spanish given name Lucero band album Lucero band, an American alt country band Lucero shee ...

                                               

Last Flight Home (album)

Last Flight Home is the debut studio album by Todd Sucherman, who is known for being the drummer for Styx since 1995. It was released on May 2, 2020. There are official videos for "Last Flight Home", "The Damage", and "Ad Lib Everything" availabl ...

                                               

Alteration

In music, alteration is the use of a neighboring pitch in the chromatic scale in place of its diatonic neighbor. Alteration may also refer to: in tailoring, changing an existing garment in the mensural notation used by renaissance music, alterati ...

                                               

Zuchu

Zuhura Kopa, better known by her stage name Zuchu, is a Tanzanian musician, songwriter and Recording Artist Signed Under WCB Wasafi Records label Diamond Platnumz leadership. Zuchu is best known by her song "Wana", which introduced her to the wor ...

                                               

Live at the Blue Note

Live at the Blue Note is the name of several jazz albums, including: Live at the Blue Note Michel Camilo album Live at the Blue Note Paquito DRivera Quintet album Live at the Blue Note Oscar Peterson album Live at the Blue Note Chick Corea album ...

                                               

Jazz Impressions

In an effort to capitalize on the unexpected success of the song "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" two years prior, Fantasy Records hastily compiled what Guaraldi historian and author Derrick Bang referred to as a "something of a clandestine greatest ...

                                               

Pink Pearl (disambiguation)

Pink Pearl may refer to: Pink Pearl eraser, a writing product registered to the Newell Rubbermaid company a pink-colored pearl, which is produced naturally by some mollusks, especially the queen conch Pink Pearl, an album by American singer/songw ...

                                               

Essential Standards

Essential Standards is the third compilation album of songs by American jazz pianist/composer Vince Guaraldi released on June 30, 2009, in the U.S by Concord as part of their Original Jazz Classics series.

                                               

Unamerican

Unamerican or Un-American may refer to: Unamerican.com, counterculture paraphernalia website founded in 1994 by Srini Kumar Turned A, a logical symbol for un-American Designation used by the House Un-American Activities Committee UnAmerican band, ...

                                               

Analog Fluids of Sonic Black Holes

Analog Fluids of Sonic Black Holes is the third studio album by American musician Moor Mother. It was released on November 8, 2019 under Don Giovanni Records. The first single "After Images", a collaboration with Justin Broadrick from Godflesh, w ...

                                               

16 Biggest Hits

16 Biggest Hits Waylon Jennings album, 2005 16 Biggest Hits Lynn Anderson album, 2006 16 Biggest Hits Patty Loveless album, 2007 16 Biggest Hits Lonestar album, 2006 16 Biggest Hits Diamond Rio album, 2008 16 Biggest Hits Charlie Daniels album, 2 ...

                                               

With Love, from Lynn

With Love, from Lynn is a studio album released by American country artist Lynn Anderson. It was released in March 1969 via Chart Records and was produced by Slim Williamson. Her fourth studio release, With Love from Lynn contained 12 tracks. Two ...

                                               

Uptown Country Girl

Uptown Country Girl is a studio album by American country artist Lynn Anderson. It was released in February 1970 on Chart Records and was produced by Slim Williamson. It was Andersons seventh studio release in her recording career and contained a ...

                                               

Comin Right at Ya

Comin Right at Ya is the debut album by American country band Asleep at the Wheel. Produced by Tommy Allsup at Mercury Custom Studios in Nashville, Tennessee, it was released in March 1973 as the groups only album on United Artists Records. The a ...

                                               

Engel 07

Engel 07 is a song by German synthpop band Hubert Kah, which was released in 1984 as the lead single from the bands second studio album Golden Zeiten. "Engel 07" was written by Hubert Kemmler and Mario Killer, and produced by Michael Cretu and Ar ...

                                               

Dead letter (disambiguation)

Dead letter has several usages, each deriving from the notion of mail that is no longer deliverable, primarily: "Dead letter", legislation which has not been revoked but is obsolete, inapplicable, or no longer enforced Dead letter mail, that can ...

                                               

Ayumi Hamasaki 21st Anniversary: Power of A^3

Ayumi Hamasaki 21st Anniversary: Power of A^3 is Japanese pop singer Ayumi Hamasakis 42nd video release. It was released on September 4, 2019. The concert was a special live that was held twice at Saitama Super Arena on April 6 and 7, 2019 to clo ...

                                               

Anorexia (disambiguation)

Anorexia symptom, the symptom of poor appetite whatever the cause Anorexia nervosa, an eating disorder of excessive weight loss and usually undue concern about body shape Anorexia mirabilis, people who would starve themselves, sometimes to the de ...

                                               

Chest (disambiguation)

Chest Township, Pennsylvania disambiguation, name of two towns in Pennsylvania Chest Creek, a tributary of the West Branch Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania, United States

                                               

Glass-bottom boat (disambiguation)

A Glass-bottom boat is a type of boat with transparent sections below the waterline. Glass Bottom Boat may also refer to: The Glass Bottom Boat, a 1966 romantic comedy film starring Doris Day and Rod Taylor Level It Records/Glass Bottom Boat Musi ...

                                               

Youre a Lady (album)

Youre a Lady is the debut album by English singer-songwriter Peter Skellern, released in 1972 by Decca Records. The album was named after Skellerns first single, issued in August 1972 and a number 3 hit on the UK Singles Chart. Despite this succe ...

                                               

England Is a Garden

England Is a Garden is a studio album by British indie rock band Cornershop. It was released on 6 March 2020 under the bands own label, Ample Play Records. The first single from the album, "No Rock: Save in Roll" was released on 26 November 2019.

                                               

Disney Channel Hits: Take 2

Disney Channel Hits: Take 2 is a collection of songs and music videos from Disney Channel Original Movies and the follow-up to Disney Channel Hits: Take 1. Released on April 24, 2005, the CD includes songs from The Cheetah Girls, Stuck in the Sub ...

                                               

Singles History

The album contains 10 singles from the six single AB sides that have been released up to the release, excluding the 1st B side "Nagisa no Sea-dog" and the 2nd B side "AD 1959". All are single versions, and 7 of the 10 songs will be recorded for t ...

                                               

Waterwheel (disambiguation)

A Water wheel is a machine for converting falling or flowing water into useful power. Water wheel or Waterwheel may also refer to: Noria, a machine for lifting water into an aqueduct Paddle steamer, or paddle wheel ship, a ship driven by a paddle ...

                                               

Quench (disambiguation)

A quench is a rapid cooling. Quench or quenching may also refer to: Dark quencher, a dye that absorbs light, but does not emit it, used in molecular biology the means by which a Geiger-Muller tube is able to distinguish individual particles Quenc ...

                                               

Palo santo

Lignum vitae, heartwood of tree species of the genus Guaiacum, native to subtropical and tropical regions of the Americas Bursera graveolens, a tree species native to South America, used for incense, aromatic oil, and indigenous medicine Bulnesia ...

                                               

Jackson Square

Jackson Square may refer to: Jackson Square, district of Bostons Jamaica Plain neighborhood in Massachusetts, U.S. Jackson Square New Orleans, public square in Louisiana, U.S. Jackson Square, San Francisco, neighborhood in California, U.S. Jackso ...

                                               

Dont Lose Any Sleep

Dont Lose Any Sleep is a song by English musician John Waite, which was released in 1987 as the second and final single from his fourth studio album Rovers Return. The song was written by Diane Warren, and produced by Frank Filipetti, Rick Nowels ...

                                               

T.D

T.D is a song by American rappers Lil Yachty and Tierra Whack featuring ASAP Rocky and Tyler, the Creator. It was released as the fourth track on Yachtys fourth studio album Lil Boat 3. The track peaked at number 83 on the Billboard Hot 100. It m ...

                                               

Distillation (disambiguation)

Distillation is a method of separating mixtures based on differences in their volatilities in a boiling liquid mixture. Distillation may also refer to:

                                               

Megan Thee Stallion discography

The discography of American rapper, singer and songwriter Megan Thee Stallion consists of one mixtape, three extended plays, twenty five singles, and three promotional singles. Megan Thee Stallion released her first EP, Make It Hot on September 1 ...

                                               

Texas Gold

Texas Gold is the third album by American country band Asleep at the Wheel. Produced by Tommy Allsup primarily at Jack Clement Studios in Nashville, Tennessee, it was released in August 1975 as the groups first album on Capitol Records. The album ...

                                               

Its About Time (Tontos Expanding Head Band album)

Its About Time is the second and final album by British-American electronic music duo Tonto, previously known as Tontos Expanding Head Band, released in 1974 by Polydor Records. The album is a showcase for TONTO, a multitimbral, polyphonic synthe ...

                                               

Guilt by Association

Guilt by Association may refer to: Guilty by Association album, the debut album by State of Shock Association fallacy, sometimes called guilt by association Felony murder rule Guilt by Association Vol. 1, album by Engine Room Recordings Guilt by ...

                                               

Aspera

Aspera band, an American indie rock band Above Symmetry, a Norwegian progressive metal band originally known as Aspera "Aspera", the lead track from We Will Become Like Birds by Erin McKeown aspera, a 2009 album by Mirah

                                               

Gates of Heaven (disambiguation)

Gates of Heaven is a 1978 documentary film by Errol Morris about the pet cemetery business. Gates of Heaven may also refer to: Gate of Heaven Cemetery East Hanover, New Jersey, a cemetery in East Hanover, New Jersey Gate of Heaven Cemetery Silver ...

                                               

Eufaula

Cities Eufaula, Oklahoma Eufaula, Washington Eufaula, Alabama Lakes Eufaula Lake, Oklahoma Walter F. George Lake, Alabama–Georgia; commonly known as Lake Eufaula

                                               

ADSR

ADSR may refer to: Attack Decay Sustain Release, the debut album from Simian Mobile Disco, released on June 18, 2007 Accelerator-driven sub-critical reactor, a nuclear reactor using a particle accelerator to generate a fission reaction in a sub-c ...

                                               

Dissociation

Dissociation, in the wide sense of the word, is an act of disuniting or separating a complex object into parts. Dissociation may also refer to: Dissociation album, an album by the American metalcore band The Dillinger Escape Plan Dissociation che ...

                                               

Autoclave (disambiguation)

An autoclave is a pressure chamber used to sterilize equipment and supplies. Autoclave may also refer to: Autoclave album, a 1991 indie rock album Waste autoclave, a form of solid waste treatment Autoclave industrial, utilized to process parts an ...

                                               

Sentiment

Sentiment may refer to: Sentiment film, a 2003 Czech drama film Feelings, and emotions Public opinion, also called sentiment Sentimentality, an appeal to shallow, uncomplicated emotions at the expense of reason Sentiments album, Sahib News sentim ...

                                               

Breathe (Tiny Moving Parts album)

Breathe is the fifth studio album by American band Tiny Moving Parts. It was released on September 13, 2019 through Hopeless Records.

                                               

Indianola

In the United States Indianola Eureka, California Indianola, California disambiguation Indianola Fields Landing, California Indianola, Kansas, a former settlement in Kansas Indianola, Illinois Indianola, Pennsylvania Indianola, Georgia Indianola, ...

                                               

Butterbean

Butterbean may refer to: Lima bean Phaseolus lunatus, an edible legume Runner bean Phaseolus coccineus, grown both as an edible bean and as an ornamental plant

                                               

DJ K.i.D

DeJuane Malachi Dunwood, better known by his stage name DJ K.i.D, is an American record producer, DJ, and entrepreneur. He is best known for being a DJ for rapper DaBaby and producing multiple of his songs.

                                               

Triage (disambiguation)

Field triage, decision-making early in the medical prioritization process Triage, a process of prioritizing patients based on the severity of their condition so as to treat as many as possible when resources are insufficient for all to be treated ...

                                               

A Fine Mess

"A Fine Mess" Code Lyoko, an episode of Code Lyoko A Fine Mess film, a 1986 comedy by Blake Edwards "A Fine Mess" Beverly Hills, 90210, an episode of Beverly Hills, 90210 A Fine Mess, a film and television production company founded by Ed Naha