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I Like That (Janelle Monae song)

I Like That is a song by American singer Janelle Monae from her third studio album Dirty Computer. It was first released as a promotional single on April 23, 2018 before being released as the fourth single from the album on August 17, 2018. Three ...

                                               

BLT (disambiguation)

Brian Lester "BLT" Thomas, a character in the US television series, Degrassi High B.L.T. album, a studio album by Robin Trower, Jack Bruce and Bill Lordan Beautiful Lady & Television, a monthly magazine in Japan

                                               

Futari no Natsu Monogatari

Futari no Natsu Monogatari - Never Ending Summer, also known as Futari no Natsu Monogatari is the fifth single by Kiyotaka Sugiyama & Omega Tribe, released by VAP on March 6, 1985.

                                               

Mordechai Shapiro

Mordechai Shapiro is an American singer, songwriter and entertainer in the Contemporary Jewish religious music industry. He has been described as having the "ability to do things with his voice no one else in this business can" by Jewish music pr ...

                                               

Alvin Clark

Alvin Clark may refer to: Alvin Clark, laid out Grandview, Iowa in 1841 Alvin Clark, father of American diplomat Alvin M. Owsley Alvin Clark schooner, a nineteenth-century schooner salvaged in 1969 Alvin Clark, keyboardist on and producer for The ...

                                               

Squawk

Squawk may refer to: Squawk sound, a sound produced by patients with various lung disorders Hoot-n-holler also known as a squawk box system, a type of telecommunications system where there is a permanent open circuit between two or more parties S ...

                                               

Gestalt

Gestalt, a German word for form or shape, may refer to: Holism, the idea that natural systems and their properties should be viewed as wholes, not as loose collections of parts

                                               

The Burning

The Burning may refer to: The Burning film, a 1981 slasher film "The Burning", a Civil War military action conducted by Philip Sheridan "The Burning" Seinfeld, an episode of the American sitcom Seinfeld

                                               

Chronology (disambiguation)

Chronology is the science of locating events in time. A chronology is a common term for a timeline. It can also mean: Chronology Chronixx album, a 2017 release Chronology, a 1997 compilation by Buzzcocks Chronology Volume 2, a 2007 album by Chris ...

                                               

Out Front

Out Front, OutFront, Outfront, or similar terms may refer to: Outfront Media, formerly CBS Outdoor, an outdoor billboard advertising company Out Front Booker Little album, a 1961 Booker Little jazz album Out in Front, a leadership development pro ...

                                               

Empirical (disambiguation)

Empirical may refer to: Epistemic topics Empirical limits in science, problems with observation, and thus are limits of human ability to inquire and answer questions Empirical relationship, a relationship based solely on observation rather than t ...

                                               

Nothing But the Truth (Mac McAnally album)

Nothing But the Truth is the fourth album by Mac McAnally, released in 1983 on Geffen Records. The album failed to chart. "Minimum Love" narrowly missed the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No. 41. However, it was a Top 10 Adult Contem ...

                                               

Live on the Air

Live on the Air is a live performance double CD by American jazz pianist Vince Guaraldi, released November 14, 2008 through D&D Records.

                                               

Sad Happy

Sad Happy is the fourth studio album by British indie rock band Circa Waves. The album was released as a double album with "Happy" being released on 10 January 2020 and "Sad" being released on 13 March 2020.

                                               

Inner Song

Inner Song is the upcoming second studio album by Welsh electronic musician Kelly Lee Owens. It is scheduled to be released through Smalltown Supersound on August 28, 2020.

                                               

El Wali (band)

El Wali was a Western Saharan folk music group who recorded an album, Tiris, in 1994. Their lyrics are "politically charged" and call for independence for the Sahrawi people; the album was described as "a call to arms - with national anthems, cel ...

                                               

Arkansas (disambiguation)

Arkansas River, a tributary of the Mississippi River Arkansas Creek, a stream in Washington Arkansas, West Virginia Arkansas City, Kansas Arkansas City, Arkansas Arkansas County, Arkansas Arkansas, a misspelling of Arkansaw, Wisconsin, an unincor ...

                                               

Remission

Remission spectroscopy, the reflection or scattering of light by a material Remission medicine, the state of absence of disease activity in patients with a chronic illness, with the possibility of return of disease activity

                                               

Coalescence

Coalescence may refer to: Coalescence computer science, the merging of adjacent blocks of memory to fill gaps caused by deallocated memory In geography, the process by which urban sprawl produces a linear conurbation Coalescence chemistry, the pr ...

                                               

Herzmansky

Herzmansky was a department store in Vienna. It was founded by the merchant August Herzmansky in 1863. The department store was located at Mariahilfer Strasse 26–30 / Stiftgasse 3 in the 7th district of Vienna, Neubau. A branch of the Peek & Clop ...

                                               

Streetcar (disambiguation)

Light rail vehicles may also travel on streets Heritage streetcar, contemporary streetcar lines that use old-fashioned streetcars Streetcar carsharing, the UK car club acquired by Zipcar in 2010 Wright StreetCar, a bus designed to have a tram-lik ...

                                               

The Kershaw Sessions

The Kershaw Sessions is the name of several albums based on sessions done for the radio DJ Andy Kershaw including: The Kershaw Sessions: Live at the BBC, an album by Ted Hawkins released in 2000, comprising titles recorded live 1986–1989 The Kers ...

                                               

Dyllann

Divine Verkijika, also known as Dyllann, is a Cameroonian pop/Afro-fusion artist, author and socio-cultural activist. He is winner of the Beyond Music Creativity Award 2020, National finalist at Afrimusic Song Contest 2018 and Winner of the Kamer ...

                                               

Songlines (disambiguation)

Songlines are paths crossing the countryside in Australian mythology Songlines or songline may also refer to: Songlines Karan Casey album, 1997 Songlines Live, a 2006 DVD by the Derek Trucks Band The Songlines, a 1987 book by Bruce Chatwin Songli ...

                                               

Esther Ofarim and Abraham

Esther Ofarim and Abraham is the American debut album by Israeli folk duo Esther & Abi Ofarim. It was released on Philips Records in 1963. The album was titled Songs Der Welt in Germany.

                                               

Thrive

Thrive Records, an independent electronic music label Thrive Newsboys album, a 2002 Christian rock album Thrive Casting Crowns album, a 2014 Christian rock album

                                               

Do It (Chloe x Halle song)

Do It is a song by American recording duo Chloe x Halle, released on May 14, 2020, as the lead single from their second studio album Ungodly Hour. It was written by Chloe, Halle, Victoria Monet, Vincent Van den Ende, and Scott Storch, who handled ...

                                               

Fermentation (disambiguation)

Fermentation is a metabolic process whereby electrons released from nutrients are ultimately transferred to molecules obtained from the breakdown of those same nutrients. Fermentation may also refer to: Fermentation in food processing, the proces ...

                                               

Dilution

Dilution may refer to: Reducing the concentration of a chemical Dilution gene, a gene that lightens the coat color of certain living things Trademark dilution, a type of unlawful trademark use outside of the relevant market Serial dilution, a com ...

                                               

Anemia (disambiguation)

Anemia or anaemia may refer to: Iron deficiency anemia, a type of anemia of lack of iron Anemia, a qualitative or quantitative hemoglobin deficiency Anemia film, a 1986 Italian film Anemia beetle, a genus of darkling beetle Anemia plant, a genus ...

                                               

We Are the Champions (disambiguation)

We Are the Champions is a power ballad performed by Queen for their 1977 album News of the World. We Are the Champions may also refer to: We Are the Champions, a 2011 album by JEFF the Brotherhood We Are the Champions TV series, BBC childrens spo ...

                                               

Close Your Eyes (And Count to Fuck)

Close Your Eyes is a song by American hip hop duo Run the Jewels, with guest vocals by Zack de la Rocha. It was released as the second single from their second studio album, Run the Jewels 2, on September 30, 2014.

                                               

Sequel (disambiguation)

Sequel, a work of fiction produced after a completed work, and set in the same "universe" but at a later time Sequel, a unit of transition that links two scenes

                                               

The Abbey Road Sessions

Abbey Road sessions or The Abbey Road Sessions may refer to: Abbey Road Sessions, a 1997 live solo album by Mike Peters The Abbey Road Sessions DVD, a 2006 live DVD by Donavon Frankenreiter Abbey Road Sessions, music recording sessions conducted ...

                                               

Emanation

Emanation may refer to: "Emanations" Star Trek: Voyager, a 1995 episode of Star Trek: Voyager Emanationism, an idea in the cosmology or cosmogony of certain religious or philosophical systems Emanations Penderecki, a 1958 composition by Krzysztof ...

                                               

The Long Now

The Long Now may refer to: January 07003: Bell Studies for the Clock of the Long Now, a 2003 album by Brian Eno The Long Now album, a 2008 album by the Australian indie rock band Children Collide Long Now Foundation, a society founded by Stewart ...

                                               

Valley of Decision (disambiguation)

The Valley of Decision is a biblical name given to the Valley of Jehoshaphat and the scene of Jehovahs signal inflictions on Zions enemies. Valley of Decision may also refer to: Valley of Decision Christafari album, 1996 The Valley of Decision 19 ...

                                               

Hansa Session

Hansa Session is the acoustic and string quartet version of five re-imagined tracks from the Love Is Dead album by Scottish synth-pop band Chvrches recorded at the Hansa Tonstudio in Berlin. Talking about the motivation behind this EP which doesn ...

                                               

Guidance

Guidance Recordings, a record label Guidance web series, a 2015–2017 American web series Guidance film, a Canadian comedy film released in 2014 Guidance album, by American instrumental rock band Russian Circles "Guidance", an episode of Death Note

                                               

First generation

First generation of video game consoles, 1940–1956 1G, the first generation of wireless telephone technology First generation computer, a vacuum tube computer

                                               

Clarence Park

Clarence Park may refer to: Clarence Park St Albans, a public park in St Albans in which the St Albans City F.C. football stadium is located Clarence Park album, an album by IDM musician Chris Clark named after the park in St Albans Clarence Park ...

                                               

Clarks

Clarks is the name of a number of places in the United States: Clarks, Nebraska Clarks, Indiana Clarks, Louisiana There is also: Clarks Green, Pennsylvania Clarks Point, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community Clarks Hill, Indiana Clarks Mills, Wi ...

                                               

Drone Logic

Drone Logic is the debut studio album by English electronic musician Daniel Avery. It was released on 7 October 2013 under Phantasy Sound and Because Music.

                                               

Song for Alpha

Song for Alpha is the second studio album by English electronic musician Daniel Avery. It was released on 6 April 2018 under Mute Records in the United States and Canada, and Phantasy Sound for worldwide.

                                               

Red Ryder (disambiguation)

Red Ryder is the title of a long-running comic strip, and the name of its main character in radio, film, and TV adaptations. Red Ryder or Red Rider may also refer to:

                                               

DTO

DTO may refer to: Detailed Test Objective, an experiment to be performed by NASA in space Deodorized tincture of opium Denton Municipal Airport IATA and FAA airport codes Domestic terrorist organization Denkmaler der Tonkunst in Osterreich Monume ...

                                               

Everybody Dies (J. Cole song)

Everybody Dies is a single by American rapper J. Cole, released on December 5, 2016 along with his single "False Prophets". The two songs were previously previewed on the documentary J. Cole: 4 Your Eyez Only.

                                               

Communique (disambiguation)

A communique is a brief report or statement released by a public agency. Communique may also refer to: The Communique, the official newsletter for STARFLEET: The International Star Trek Fan Association, Inc. Communique, the newsletter of the Asso ...

                                               

OWC

OWC can refer to: Optical wireless communications Oscillating water column, a wave power technology Overwatch Contenders, a professional esports league Other World Computing, a computer hardware company specializing in Apple components Oil-water ...

                                               

Bluff City

Bluff City may refer to: Memphis, Tennessee Bluff City album, by the Compulsive Gamblers Bluff City Law, a 2019 fiction TV series set in Memphis, Tennessee Places in the United States Bluff City, Tennessee Bluff City, Schuyler County, Illinois Bl ...