-Ill- is a single released by Dir En Grey on August 12,1998. The video of the track would later be featured on the Mousou Toukakugeki VHS. The ephonym song is featured as the theme of the Urayasu Radical Family anime series. Dir En Grey – producer Kyo – vocals Kaoru – guitar Die – guitar Toshiya – bass guitar Shinya – drums KIYOSHI – producer
. is the eponymous debut studio album by rock band. It was released in 2001 on Gold Standard Laboratories, trash the axiom that says bands influenced by angular post-punk must be populated by dour misanthropes who sport wallet photos of Ian Curtis. Mario Andreoni – guitar Justin Van Der Volgen – bass Nic Offer – vocals Dan Gorman – trumpet, percussion Tyler Pope – guitar Allan Wilson – saxophone, percussion John Pugh – drums, percussion
¡Dos. is the tenth studio album by American punk rock band Green Day. The album was released on November 9,2012 in Australia, November 12 in the United Kingdom and it is the second installment in the ¡Uno. Following its predecessors power pop style, ¡Dos. was billed as Green Days take on garage rock, in a couple of interviews, Armstrong even went as far as calling ¡Dos. the second Foxboro album. The track Fuck Time, originally performed as a Foxboro Hot Tubs song, was recorded for the album, unlike the other two albums in the trilogy, this album features thirteen tracks instead of twelve. The thirteenth track Amy is dedicated to the late Amy Winehouse, the song Nightlife features guest vocals from Lady Cobra of the band Mystic Knights of the Cobra. The song is one of the slower and darker songs from the trilogy and has Lady Cobra rapping in her parts of the track. The album also includes a track called Lady Cobra, which is inspired by her, a black-and-white cutout of her with a sailor hat is seen on the back cover with her showing eye crossed out with a pink X. A trailer for the album was released on June 21,2012 on the bands YouTube channel, a preview of the song Lazy Bones was featured in a special Green Day themed level pack of Angry Birds Friends. Green Day also released previews of the songs Stray Heart, Makeout Party, Wild One, Fuck Time, Lady Cobra, a very short preview of the song See You Tonight was featured in one of their tour videos. On October 3,2012, Green Day officially announced the track list for the album on their website, an official trailer was released on October 15 and featured previews of Stop When the Red Lights Flash, Fuck Time, and Stray Heart. Stop When the Red Lights Flash is featured in the 2012 Electronic Arts racing game, Need For Speed, Most Wanted, the album was officially released to listen by Green Day on the Rolling Stone website on November 6. Initial vinyl copies of ¡Dos. feature Drama Queen instead of Stray Heart due to the fact that they were pressed before the two tracks were swapped, a clean version of the track Fuck Time was released under the name F-Woo Time. During the trailer the cover artwork for the album was revealed and it features a black-and-white cutout of Mike Dirnt, with his eyes crossed-out with pink Xs, on a geometric, orange background. Stray Heart premiered on Idiot Club, Green Days official fan club, on October 8,2012 and it was later confirmed to be released as a single for the album on October 15 in the UK, and October 23 in the US. On October 18, it was announced on Idiot Club that fans could go to downtown LA to appear in the video for Stray Heart on October 19. The video was released on November 7, the song reached number 10 on the Japan Billboard Japan Hot 100 in October. It was the single to be released from the album. At Metacritic, which assigns a rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, ¡Dos. received an average score of 68, based on 24 reviews
¡En vivo y a todo calor!
Y a Todo Calor is the eighth album and second live album by Mexican rock and blues band El Tri. Recorded at the Hollywood Palladium, this was the first large scale concert in the United States for the band, in the liner notes, the band acknowledges the efforts of Mexican immigrants to survive in the United States. eltri. com. mx En Vivo. Y a Todo Calor at MusicBrainz En Vivo, Y a Todo Calor at Allmusic
¡Es una trampa!
The home video was first released on December 21,2010 and later aired on Fox in the United States on May 22,2011. The episode was written by Cherry Chevapravatdumrong and David A. Goodman, the Griffin family experience another power outage, forcing them to reluctantly go through Return of the Jedi. Rather than setting up the plot, the opening crawl states that Fox insisted Seth MacFarlane complete the trilogy, Vader warns Moff Jerjerrod that they should fix that problem before the Emperor arrives. On Tatooine, R2-D2 and C-3PO find Jabba the Hutt s palace in order to initiate a plan to save Han Solo, Leia unfreezes Han who releases a long fart. Their reunion is cut short when Jabba captures her and she is outfitted provocatively, Han, meanwhile, is thrown into a prison cell with Chewbacca, who got caught eating out of Jabbas garbage. Luke arrives at the palace and attempts to bargain for the release of his friends, Jabba opens a trap door and Luke falls into a pit where he battles and kills the Rancor. Afterwards, Jabba orders Luke and his friends to be eaten by the Sarlaac, during the execution ceremony, Luke gives Jabba one last chance to release him and his friends. When Jabba refuses, Luke initiates an assault on Jabbas crew with the help of Lando Calrissian, many of Jabbas men are knocked into the Sarlaac including Boba Fett. Distracted by the carnage, Leia chokes Jabba using her slave chains while her fellow rebels commandeer a transport ship, Luke, Leia, Han, Chewie, Lando, R2-D2, and C-3PO all fly to safety. Luke and R2-D2 fly to Dagobah so Luke can finish his training with Yoda while the others rejoin the rebel fleet, on Dagobah, Yoda explains the final part of training is to face Vader. In his dying words, Yoda reveals that Luke has a sibling, the spirit of Obi-Wan Kenobi appears to Luke and further explains that his sibling is Princess Leia, the only God-Damn woman in the galaxy. The rebels begin planning an assault on the new Death Star, Admiral Ackbar explains that the plan will be the same as the last time they destroyed the Death Star, except now they must first destroy a shield generator located on the forest moon of Endor. In order to land on the forest moon of Endor, Han uses a stolen Imperial ship, Vader allows them passage on to the moon, knowing Luke is aboard the ship. When they reach the surface, the rebels are spotted by Imperial soldiers. The soldiers attempt to retreat to warn others of the rebel attack, separated from the others, Leia is befriended by Wicket the Ewok. Luke, Han, Chewie and the fall into an Ewok trap while searching for Leia. They are captured and brought to the village where Leia is being housed, the Ewoks believe C-3PO is a god and begin to worship him. Luke tells Princess Leia they are siblings, but Leia claims to have known that
¡No compres mercancías rusas!
Is a nonviolent resistance campaign to boycott Russian commerce in Ukraine. The protest started on August 14,2013 as a reaction to a Russian Federation trade embargo against Ukraine and it was organized by Vidsich on social media. The campaign expanded to mass distribution of leaflets, posters, and stickers in over 45 cities, having faded by the beginning of the Euromaidan demonstrations in November 2013, it was renewed on March 2,2014, during the Crimean crisis and the Russian military intervention in Ukraine. According to activists, the campaign began as a response to a series of economic wars launched by Russia against Ukraine, including the Meat War, the Cheese War, and the Chocolate War. On August 14,2013, the Federal Customs Service of Russia listed all Ukrainian exporters as companies at risk, a backup developed at customs involving hundreds of truckloads and railcars of Ukrainian goods. On August 22,2013, activists held a protest near the Presidential Administration of Ukraine, the campaign continued with a mass distribution of leaflets, posters and stickers in more than 45 cities and towns in Ukraine. Caricatures of Russian Matryoshka dolls have been used in the campaign, the campaign began to decline with the beginning of Euromaidan. On March 2,2014, activists used social networks to announce the renewal of the boycott on any goods, the intention was to keep Ukrainian money from going to Russia where it may be used to support the Russian military. The boycott was launched in response to the Crimean crisis and the Russian military intervention in Ukraine, in March 2014, activists began organizing flash mobs in supermarkets to urge customers not to buy Russian goods and to boycott Russian gas stations, banks, and concerts. In April 2014, some theaters in Kiev, Lviv. In summer of 2014, activists in Kiev began organizing flash mobs and actions in Russian restaurants, in the end of August 2014 activists have started a campaign Boycott Russian Films against Russian movies and serials on Ukrainian media space. By April 2014, some Russian manufacturers changed their barcodes from Russian to Ukrainian, titled Boycott Invaders, an Android app was developed to identify products from Russia, including those disguising their origin. Beginning in March 2014, the spread to Poland and Lithuania. Sales of Russian goods in Ukraine decreased by 35-50% in the spring of 2014, in May 2014, Ukrainian supermarkets began to abandon the procurement of Russian goods. Delivery of goods from Russia fell by a third, in April 2014 it was reported that producers from Russian Federation are changing Russian barcodes with barcodes of other countries. Moreover, there are revealed facts of illegal masking of Russian products in some Ukrainian supermarkets, from January to May 2014, according to Standard & Poors ratings, banks with Russian capital in Ukraine lost more than 50% of deposits. According to comparison test of Russian TV series watching ratings in Ukraine for 2013 and for 2014, as of mid of May 2014 it is known that Ukrainian supermarkets have started to massively abandon purchases of Russian goods. Supply amounts from Russian Federation decreased by a third, according to Taylor Nelson Sofres Internet research in Ukraine, in March–April 2014 — 52% of Ukrainians are positive or rather positive about the boycott of Russian products
Putin – khuilo. is a Ukrainian- and Russian-language slogan deriding Russian President Vladimir Putin. The vulgar term хуйло́ is variously transliterated as huilo, huylo, khuilo, khuylo and its core is хуй, literally dick in both Russian and Ukrainian. In combination with -lo it may be translated as dickwad, dickhead, the words are identical in Russian, Ukrainian, and Belarusian. In West Slavic, the word does not exist, although Polish and Slovak does have chuj, in May 2014, media outlets reported that the Russian profanity khuilo had been added to the Urban Dictionary as a synonym for Vladimir Putin. The expression, for the reason of circumventing censorship, may be abbreviated as птн x̆ло, another abbreviation containing a similarly suggestive meaning is ПТН ПНХ, which stands for Путин, пошёл на хуй. The chant has its origins in Surkis Khuylo, the Kharkiv fans, who sided with their club president, chanted Surkis Khuylo. to express their dislike of the Football Federation president in vulgar and profane form. The first recorded performance of the Putin khuylo. Chant and the song that grew from it took place in March 2014 in Kharkiv when the fans chanted it during their street march. The recording was posted to YouTube where it went viral. During the Russian intervention and partial occupation of Ukraine, the ultras of various Ukrainian clubs set aside their rivalries, the chant continued to grow in popularity and became a nationwide cultural meme according to The Guardian. Alexander J. Motyl reported, A shorthand, more modest version of the lyrics has even entered the popular discourse, if you want to express your views of Putin, all you need do is say la-la la-la la-la, and everythings quite clear. Artemy Troitsky identified the melody of the chant as coming from the song Speedy Gonzales, in June 2015 Russian Federal Security Service started criminal prosecution and investigation of activist Daria Poludova for using the song in social network VK. Several Ukrainian mainstream rock bands included or adapted the chant into their music. A metal remix, released on April 21,2014 by AstrogentA, added instrumentation, the Ukrainian band Teleri received international attention following the May 6,2014 release of a song and a video titled Putin Hello. Their song uses a double entendre, substituting the objectionable word khuylo with the English word Hello, chant, the video features band players wearing Ukrainian football club colors and posing as ultras marching and chanting Putin Hello as the refrain of the song. Hromadske. TV aired a performance of the song by Lemonchiki Project on May 29,2014. The rock band Druha Rika performed the song at their concert on June 13,2014, other rock adaptations were made by Mad Heads and Haydamaky. The Kyiv Post reviewed nine video versions of the song and two related songs
¡Tré. is the eleventh studio album by American punk rock band Green Day. It is the third and final installment in the ¡Uno, ¡Tré. trilogy, a series of studio albums that were released from September to December 2012. Green Day started recording material for the album on February 14,2012, ¡Tré. follows the power pop style of ¡Uno. and the garage rock feel of ¡Dos. The albums title is a nod to the bands drummer Tré Cool and it is the bands last album as a quartet after Jason White returned to his role as a touring member in 2016. ¡Tré. was released on December 7,2012 in Australia, December 10 in the UK and December 11 in the US, through Reprise Records, on April 11,2012, Green Day announced that they would be releasing a trilogy of albums titled ¡Uno. ¡Dos. and ¡Tré. and stated that they would be released on September 25,2012, November 13,2012, on August 22, Armstrong gave preview of some songs through his iPhone on Zane Lowes show on BBC Radio 1 in the UK. The preview included a snippet of 8th Ave Serenade. The track listing for ¡Tré. was revealed at the beginning of their video for the promotional single Nuclear Family from ¡Uno and it was later released officially on the Idiot Club and was later posted on their website. The song 99 Revolutions previously appeared in the film The Campaign,99 Revolutions also appeared in a trailer released by Green Day on their YouTube channel on June 21,2012. On November 1, Green Day released Behind The Scenes of ¡Uno, – Part 1 which featured the preview of the song X-Kid. The release date of the ¡Tré, previews of Missing You and Dirty Rotten Bastards were featured on Green Days ¡Cuatro. The band released a video of a cassette tape playing for the song X-Kid, Billie Joe Armstrong had said the following about the trilogy, Each of the three albums has a totally different vibe. The first one is power pop, the second is more garage-y, Nuggets-type rock. And the third is supposed to be epic, with the first album youre getting in the mood to party. On the second one, youre at the party, and the third album youre cleaning up the mess. ¡Tré. will be geared more towards rock and will have more of a grandiose sound complete with string arrangements. He also went on to say that the mood of ¡Tré, while musically, Rob Cavallo said that They wanted to return to the simplicity of Dookie. We also wanted to go pre-Dookie, back to our love of Fifties and Sixties music, close-to-the-bone rock and you dont hear a gazillion parts
¡Uno. is the ninth studio album by American punk rock band Green Day, released on September 21,2012, by Reprise Records. It is the first of three albums in the ¡Uno, ¡Tré. trilogy, a series of studio albums released from September 2012 to December 2012. Green Day recorded the album from February to June 2012 at Jingletown Studios in Oakland and this is the first album to feature longtime touring guitarist Jason White as an official member, making the band a quartet. Artwork of the album was revealed in a video uploaded to YouTube and the track list of the album, the first single from the album, titled Oh Love, was released on July 16,2012. The second single Kill the DJ was released on European iTunes Stores on August 14,2012. The third single Let Yourself Go was released on the US iTunes Store on September 5,2012, a music video for Stay the Night was released on Rolling Stone and their YouTube channel on September 24,2012. The song Rusty James is based on the character Rusty-James from the novel Rumble Fish, ¡Uno. received generally positive reviews from music critics. It debuted at two on the US Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 139,000 copies. The album also reached the top 10 of charts in other countries. In February 2012, Billie Joe Armstrong announced that the band was in the studio, in the statement, he said, We are at the most prolific and creative time in our lives. This is the best music ever written, and the songs just keep coming. Instead of making one album, we are making a three album trilogy, every song has the power and energy that represents Green Day on all emotional levels. We are going epic as fuck, the band started work by rehearsing every other day and making songs. They recorded the album at Jingletown Studios in Oakland, California, the band recorded 37 songs and initially thought of making a double album. Armstrong suggested making a trilogy of albums like Van Halens Van Halen I, Van Halen II and he stated in an interview, The songs just kept coming, kept coming. Id go, Maybe a double album, and one day, I sprung it on the others, Instead of Van Halen I, II and III, what if its Green Day I, II and III and we all have our faces on each cover. In an interview to Rolling Stone, Armstrong stated that the theme of ¡Uno. would be different from that of 21st Century Breakdown and American Idiot, and would not be a third rock opera. He also added that music on the record would be punchier and he also stated that a few songs on the album would also sound like garage rock and dance music