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Miljard is the twenty-third album by the Finnish experimental rock band Circle. It was issued as a double CD by Ektro Records in 2006, and represents a dramatic shift in sound for the band. Consisting of long, improvised pieces, and prominently featuring Mika Rättö's repetitive keyboards, the album is closer in style to the ambient music of Harold Budd and Brian Eno than Circle's more usual mix of krautrock and heavy metal.
Communion (Years & Years album). Communion is the debut studio album by English synth-pop band Years & Years. It was released on 10 July 2015 through Polydor Records for the United Kingdom and other countries and Interscope Records for the United States only. In 2014, the group signed to Polydor Records. In January 2015, Years & Years won the prestigious BBC Sound of 2015. The trio were also nominated for the Critics Choice Award for the 2015 Brit Awards.
Two years Harold Budd's debut album The Pavilion of Dreams was released. Budd has developed a style of playing piano he terms "soft pedal," which can be described as slow and sustained. While he is placed in the Ambient category, he emphatically declares that he is not an Ambient artist, feels that he got "kidnapped" into the category, his two collaborations with Brian Eno, The Plateaux of Mirror and The Pearl, established his trademark atmospheric piano style.
Schlagenheim is the highly anticipated debut album by Black Midi, a math rock band hailing from Croydon, London (which I was actually born in btw). Their hype has mostly been generated through their live performances uploaded on to the internet, making them already gain somewhat of a cult following. Now, what I will say is that while I was still very much on the Black Midi hype train, I can't say I was extremely impressed by their previous singles, at least not as much as the hardcore fans,.
is a 1991 book by George Lefferts that later became a television course teaching English on an example of American everyday life. It was published by MaxwellMacmillan International Publishing Group. The television series was directed by Jo Anne Sedwick and Merrill M. Mazuer and produced by Alvin Cooperman. The story is about the Stewarts' family life in New York. Richard Stewart is a professional photographer who decided to make a book of pictures about the USA, called "Family Album USA" . Richard takes many pictures for his album. He photographs the cities like New York and other special places. He photographs people working: police, ambulance drivers, steel workers, doctors.