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Spectral (disambiguation)

Spectral is a 2016 military science fiction film. Spectral may also refer to: Spectral Dave Rempis album Spectral computer, an East-German clone of the ZX Spectrum Spectral analysis disambiguation Spectral Skyfire album Spectral theory, a family ...

                                               

The Egg and I (disambiguation)

The Egg and I is humorous memoir written by Betty MacDonald. The Egg and I may also refer to: The Egg and I film, a 1947 film based on the book "The Egg and I" Married. with Children episode, the 17th episode of season six of the television sitco ...

                                               

Muleskinner

A muleskinner or mule skinner is a muleteer or mule-driver. The word may also refer to: Mule Skinner Blues, a song Muleskinner album, the eponymous debut album by the bluegrass band Muleskinner Muleskinner, the mascotte of St. Johns Military Scho ...

                                               

Stage One (disambiguation)

Stage One is a 2000 album by Sean Paul. Stage One may also refer to: Stage One International Film Festival Stage-one cancer Stage One in Demographic transition

                                               

Preface (disambiguation)

Preface may refer to: Preface, an introduction to a book or other literary work written by the works author. Preface liturgy, portion of the Eucharistic Prayer that immediately precedes the Canon or central portion of the Eucharist

                                               

Booty (Blac Youngsta song)

Booty is a song by American rapper Blac Youngsta. It was released on June 9, 2017, as the lead single from his mixtape Im Innocent. The track peaked at number 73 on the Billboard Hot 100.

                                               

Triangulo de Amor Bizarro (2020 album)

Triangulo de Amor Bizarro is the fifth album by the Galician band Triangulo de Amor Bizarro, released in 2020 by Mushroom Pillow. The album peaked at number five in Spain.

                                               

Everything Changes in the End

Everything Changes in the End is the debut studio album by the Scottish alternative indie rock band Vistas. It was released on 29 May 2020 by Retrospect Records. The album includes the singles "Teenage Blues" and "Sucker".

                                               

Mixing Colours

}} Mixing Colors is a collaborative studio album by English brothers Roger Eno and Brian Eno. It was released on 20 March 2020 under Deutsche Grammophon. While they worked together on Apollo, this album marks the first time that the brothers have ...

                                               

Dissonance

Dissonance has several meanings related to conflict or incongruity: Dissonance album, a 2009 album by Enuff ZNuff. Dissonance film, a 2015 film. Dissonance in poetry is the deliberate avoidance of assonance, i.e. patterns of repeated vowel sounds ...

                                               

Equipoise

Equipoise may refer to: Equipoise horse 1928–1938, a thoroughbred racehorse Equipoise Stanley Cowell album, 1979 Equipoise Happy Rhodes album, 1993 Equilibrioception, the state of being balanced or in equilibrium Equipoise band, Metal band formed ...

                                               

Esper

Espers album, their eponymous debut album Espers band, a Philadelphia-based folk group Esper Mami, a manga created by Fujiko Fujio Esper Final Fantasy, a type of mystical being in a number of the Final Fantasy video games Espers comics, a series ...

                                               

Matter of Fact

Matter of fact is the type of knowledge that can be characterized as arising out of ones interaction with and experience in the external world. Matter of Fact or A Matter of Fact may also refer to: Matter of Fact with Stan Grant, a nightly Austra ...

                                               

ASM (A State of Mind)

ASM, ASM, ASM - a state of mind, a state of mind or simply state of mind is an international Hip hop act, their music is considered Alternative Hip hop, but draws influences from other genres like Jazz and Funk. They consist of two MCs, Benjamin ...

                                               

How to Survive a Funeral

How to Survive a Funeral is the fourth album by Australian metal band Make Them Suffer. The album was released digitally on June 19, 2020, and will have a physical release date three weeks later on July 10. The albums release date was changed mul ...

                                               

Endangered (disambiguation)

An endangered species is a population of organisms which is at risk of becoming extinct. An endangered ecosystem is an ecosystem with a very high risk of collapse. An endangered language is a language at risk of falling out of use. Endangered may ...

                                               

Up on High

Up on High is the seventh studio album by American band Vetiver. It was released on November 1, 2019 under Mama Bird Records. In support for the album, a tour of the U.S. and the U.K. was announced. The first single from the album, "To Who Knows ...

                                               

Countless Branches

Countless Branches is the seventh studio album by English musician Bill Fay. It was released on 17 January 2020 under Dead Oceans. The album marks 50 years since Fays debut self-titled album in 1970.

                                               

Keshi (singer)

Casey Luong, known mononymously by his stage name Keshi, is an American singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist. Known for his distant falsetto vocals and textural instrumentals, he has accumulated over 40 million streams as an in ...

                                               

Greensburg

In the United States Greensburg Township, Putnam County, Ohio Greensburg, Louisiana Greensburg, Missouri Greensburg, Indiana Greensburg, West Virginia Greensburg, Kansas Greensburg, Pennsylvania Greensburg, Ohio Greensburg, Kentucky

                                               

Fiona (disambiguation)

Fiona hippopotamus, born January 2017 at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, Ohio, United States Fiona pinnata, a marine mollusc, the only member of the genus Fiona and family Fionidae Fiona gastropod, a genus of sea slugs

                                               

Slush (disambiguation)

Slush is a slurry mixture of liquid and solid forms of water. Slush may also refer to: A fruit slush, similar to a fruit smoothie Slush album, the experimental 1997 album by the band OP8 Slush beverage, a blended ice drink, with sugar, fruit, and ...

                                               

Umbilical

Umbilical may refer to: Umbilical vein Umbilical cord Umbilical artery Umbilical fold Umbilical notch Umbilical hernia Umbilical cable Umbilical vessels Umbilical region The Umbilical Brothers, two Australian comedic performers, David and Shane U ...

                                               

Virginia Moura

Virginia Moura was a Portuguese anti-government activist and feminist, opposed to the authoritarian regime known as the Estado Novo. As a member of the Communist Party, she was arrested on 16 occasions for her activities.

                                               

Even Better Than the Real Thing (disambiguation)

Even Better Than the Real Thing is a 1991 song by U2. Even Better Than the Real Thing may also refer to: Even Better than the Real Thing Vol. 2, the second volume of the series Even Better than the Real Thing Vol. 3, the third volume of the serie ...

                                               

WFO

WFO may refer to: Well-founded ordering, in mathematics, see well-founded relation Washington Field Office, of the United States Secret Service World Flora Online W.F.O. album, a 1994 album by the thrash metal band Overkill Washington Field Offic ...

                                               

Biscay (disambiguation)

Biscay is a Basque province in Spain. Biscay may also refer to: Bay of Biscay, a gulf on the Atlantic coast of France and Spain Biscay, a sea area as used by the BBC shipping forecast Bizcaya football team, was an association football team from B ...

                                               

Ayumi Hamasaki Premium Showcase: Feel the Love

Ayumi Hamasaki Premium Showcase: Feel the Love is Japanese pop singer Ayumi Hamasakis 38th DVD/Blu-ray release. It was released on October 22, 2014. The tour was promoted as a "premium live", visiting only 3 cities – Nagoya, Osaka and Tokyo – wit ...

                                               

Tiger Eyes (EP)

Tiger Eyes is the debut extended play by South Korean singer Ryu Su-jeong. The EP was released on May 20, 2020 by Woollim Entertainment and distributed by Kakao M. The album contains seven tracks, including the lead single "Tiger Eyes".

                                               

Vivian Girls (disambiguation)

Vivian Girls are a Brooklyn-based indie rock group. Vivian Girls may also refer to: Characters in a multimedia work by outsider artist Henry Darger "The Vivian Girls", a track on Snakefingers 1982 album Manual of Errors The Vivian Girls, a short- ...

                                               

2 Seater (song)

2 Seater is a song by American rapper YBN Nahmir featuring G-Eazy and Offset. It was released on March 19, 2020, as a single from Nahmirs upcoming studio album.

                                               

Giordai Ua Laoghaire

Giordai Ua Laoghaire is an Irish songwriter and guitarist best known as the founding member of Nine Wassies From Bainne, who released the album Ciddy Hall in 1998. Born in Ovens, County Cork in the early 1960s, he has played with Five Go Down to ...

                                               

Janitor (disambiguation)

A janitor is a person who takes care of a building. Janitor may also be: The New Janitor, comedy from Keystone Studios featuring Charlie Chaplin Janitor fish, Pterygoplichthys Janitor Joe, an American noise rock band Janitor Joe, a DOS game Janit ...

                                               

Live at the Knitting Factory

Live at the Knitting Factory may refer to a number of live concert releases by several musicians, usually referring to recordings at the New York music venue, the Knitting Factory. These include: Solo Sessions Vol. 1: Live at the Knitting Factory ...

                                               

Aspiration

Aspirated consonant, a plosive or fricative pronounced with a strong burst of air Rough breathing, a symbol used in Ancient Greek to indicate an /h/ sound Voiceless glottal fricative, the sound

                                               

Secret Number

Secret Number is a five-member multinational South Korean girl group formed by Vine Entertainment. The group debuted on May 19, 2020 with their single album "Who Dis?"

                                               

Red Square (group)

Red Square is a five-member South Korean girl group formed by About Entertainment. The group debuted on May 19, 2020, with their single album Prequel.

                                               

The Universe Smiles upon You

The Universe Smiles upon You is the debut studio album by American musical trio Khruangbin. It was released November 6, 2015 under Night Time Stories.

                                               

The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake

The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake is a 2010 novel by Aimee Bender. The story is about a young girl, Rose Edlestein, who has the ability to taste the emotions of the foods she eats.

                                               

Tense

Grammatical tense, a grammatical category expressing the time when a state or action denoted by a verb occurs Past tense Present tense Future tense Tense–aspect–mood, a set of grammatical categories frequently referred to as "tense" in traditiona ...

                                               

Opening

Opening may refer to: Opening statement, a beginning statement in a court case Al-Fatiha, "The Opening", the first chapter of the Quran Inauguration Vernissage Overture Opening morphology, a morphological filtering operation used in image process ...

                                               

Meter (disambiguation)

Meter or metre is a unit of measurement of length. Meter or metre may also refer to: The Meters album Meter or Cybele, an Anatolian-Aegean mother goddess Metre poetry, the regular linguistic sound patterns of a verse Meter, a measuring instrument ...

                                               

Tion Wayne

Dennis Junior Odunwo, known professionally as Tion Wayne, is a British rapper, songwriter and DJ from Edmonton, North London. He appeared on three top 10 hit singles on UK Singles Chart as a guest – NSG’s Options, Keisha & Becky with Russ and KSI ...

                                               

Wild Hunt (disambiguation)

The Wild Hunt is an ancient myth of a spectral or otherworldly hunting party that sometimes appears at night. Wild Hunt may also refer to: "The Wylde Hunt", a track on Omnias Crone of War album "The Wild Hunt" Grimm, an episode of Grimm "The Wild ...

                                               

Raygun (disambiguation)

A raygun is a weapon, delivering to a target a beam of destructive particles or radiant energy, and generally featuring very slow diverging of the destructive-energy density of the beam, due to any lateral spreading as distance from the weapon in ...

                                               

Gimme Love (Joji song)

Gimme Love is a song by Japanese singer-songwriter Joji. It was released on 16 April 2020 through 88rising, as the third single from Jojis second studio album Nectar.

                                               

Ayumi Hamasaki Countdown Live 2019–2020: Promised Land A

Ayumi Hamasaki Countdown Live 2019–2020: Promised Land A is Japanese pop singer Ayumi Hamasakis 16th Countdown concert DVD. It is set to be released on August 26, 2020. Hamasaki performed this concert only once at the Yoyogi National Gymnasium on ...

                                               

Ayumi Hamasaki Countdown Live 2014–2015 A: Cirque de Minuit

Ayumi Hamasaki Countdown Live 2014–2015 A: Cirque de Minuit is Japanese pop singer Ayumi Hamasakis 14th Countdown concert DVD. It was released on April 8, 2015. The concert was held at the Yoyogi National Gymnasium on December 29, 30 and 31, 2014 ...

                                               

Ayumi Hamasaki 15th Anniversary Tour: A Best Live

Ayumi Hamasaki 15th Anniversary Tour: A Best Live is Japanese pop singer Ayumi Hamasakis 36th DVD/Blu-ray release. It was released on October 30, 2013. The tour was held to celebrate Hamasakis 15th anniversary in the music industry, with her perf ...

                                               

Chapter Five

Chapter 5: Letter, a 2002 album by g.o.d. Chapter V Staind album, 2005 Chapter 5: Underrated, a Syleena Johnson album, 2011 Chapter V Trey Songz album, 2012 Chapter V: Unbent, Unbowed, Unbroken, a HammerFall album, 2005