. is a dance-punk band that formed in Sacramento, California, in 1996 by lead singer Nic Offer. Came from other bands such as The Yah Mos, Black Liquorice. They are currently based in New York City, Sacramento, and Portland, the bands sixth full-length album, As If, was released in October 2015. is an American band formed in the summer of 1995 by the merger of part of the group Black Liquorice and Popesmashers. After a successful joint tour, the two decided to mix the disco-funk with more aggressive sounds and integrate the hardcore singer Nic Offer from the Yah Mos. The bands name was inspired by the subtitles of the movie The Gods Must Be Crazy, however, as the bandmembers themselves say. Is pronounced by repeating thrice any monosyllabic sound, Chk Chk Chk is the most common pronunciation, and the URL of their official website and the title of their Myspace page suggest it is the preferred pronunciation. The bands full-length debut record out in 2000 as a self-titled album on the label Gold Standard Laboratories. A second full-length, Louden Up Now, was released on Touch and Go in America, released a new EP covering Take Ecstasy with Me by The Magnetic Fields, and Get Up by Nate Dogg. The following December, the drummer for the band, Mikel Gius, was struck. They released their album, Myth Takes in 2007. is composed of Mario Andreoni, Dan Gorman, Nic Offer, Tyler Pope. Touring members include Shannon Funchess and Paul Quattrone, the band also shared membership with the similar, defunct group Out Hud. Vocalist and drummer John Pugh officially left the band in July 2007 to concentrate on his new band Free Blood, Shannon Funchess stood in for Pugh during much of their 2007 tour. GSL26/LAB SERIES VOL.2 Live Live Live Take Ecstasy with Me/Get Up Yadnus Jamie, stereolad, a Stereolab cover band side project, containing the members of
. 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
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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
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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
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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