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Big Audio Dynamite

Big Audio Dynamite are an English band formed in London in 1984 by Mick Jones, the former lead guitarist of the Clash, their only constant member. The band mixed various musical styles, incorporating elements of punk rock, dance music, hip hop and funk. After releasing a number of well-received albums and touring extensively throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Big Audio Dynamite broke up in 1997. In 2011, the band embarked on a reunion tour. After being fired from the Clash in 1983 and following a brief stint with the band General Public, Mick Jones formed a new band called Top Risk Action Company, he recruited bassist Leo "E-Zee Kill" Williams, saxophonist John "Boy" Lennard, former Clash drummer Nicky "Topper" Headon. Headon was sacked for his heroin addiction and Lennard either left or was fired and the band folded. Although the band released no material, T. R. A. C. Can be seen as a forerunner to Big Audio Dynamite in much the same way London SS can be seen as an early incarnation of the Clash. Jones formed Big Audio Dynamite with film director Don Letts, bassist Leo Williams, drummer Greg Roberts, keyboardist Dan Donovan.

In 1985 the band's debut, This Is Big Audio Dynamite, was released. The album's cover shows Donovan who took and designed the photo. In 2016 This is Big Audio Dynamite was reissued on vinyl, with the album being mastered using analog tapes and pressed on 180-gram vinyl. 1986's No. 10, Upping St. reunited Jones for one last album with former Clash lyricist and lead vocalist Joe Strummer, credited with co-producing the album and co-writing of 5 of its 9 tracks. The cover painting, based on a still taken from the Brian De Palma film Scarface, was painted by Tim Jones. BAD supported U2 on their 1987 world tour released 1988's Tighten Up Vol. 88 and 1989's Megatop Phoenix. Tighten Up, Vol. 88 contained "Just Play Music!", the second No. 1 single on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart. The band recorded an unreleased track called "Keep off the Grass", a rock-style instrumental of the theme to the classic western film, The Magnificent Seven. A promo video can be seen on YouTube. In 1990, the original line-up wrote and recorded the song "Free" for the soundtrack to the adventure comedy film Flashback.

This would be the final song written with the original line-up, as the band would break-up shortly after. "The Bottom Line" from the band's first album was used as the title track for Flashback. However, this track was not included on the soundtrack, it can be found on the 12" or by download. In 1990, Mick Jones debuted Big Audio Dynamite II and release the UK only album Kool-Aid. Dan Donovan remained in BAD II for one song, a re-working of the final BAD track "Free" renamed "Kickin' In". For 1991's The Globe, only Jones remained from the original incarnation of Big Audio Dynamite, the band was now called "Big Audio Dynamite II"; this new line-up featured two guitarists. The Globe featured the band's most commercially successful single, "Rush," which hit No. 1 on both the US Modern Rock Tracks chart and the Australian National ARIA Chart. "Innocent Child" and "The Globe" were released as singles. BAD supported U2 on their Zoo TV Tour, headlined the MTV 120 Minutes tour which featured Public Image Ltd and Blind Melon, released the live EP "On the Road Live'92".

In 1991, while Mick Jones formed Big Audio Dynamite II, the rest of the original lineup formed a band called Screaming Target. They released one album "Hometown Hi Fi" and two singles "Who Killed King Tubby?" and "Knowledge N Numbers" before disbanding. The title and album cover were purposely meant as a tribute to Big Youth's reggae album Screaming Target. In 1993, Greg Roberts formed the electronic band Dreadzone with Tim Bran, with the name suggested to them by Don Letts. Leo Williams and Dan Donovan joined the band before their second album Second Light and the single "Little Britain" in 1995. Dreadzone is still active, with Williams remaining members; the band recruited keyboardist Andre Shapps and DJ Michael " Lord Zonka" Custance as DJ and vocalist. Both appeared on the band's 1994 album Higher Power, released under the shortened name "Big Audio". After signing a recording contract with Gary Kurfirst's Radioactive Records in 1995, the band reverted to the original "Big Audio Dynamite" moniker and released their least successful album to date, F-Punk.

Radioactive Records refused Entering a New Ride. The line-up contained MC vocals by Joe Attard of Punks Jump Up, Ranking Roger of the Beat and General Public and drummer Bob Wond of Under Two Flags. In 1998, the band launched a new website intended as a means to distribute songs from the Entering a New Ride album. In 2001, after having only released 6 songs from the album, the website went down and Big Audio Dynamite disbanded, their final album was never properly released in its entirety, but it has been leaked online for fans who wished to hear it. Since 2005, Jones has been working on a project with Tony James called Carbon/Silicon. In early 2007, a BAD II live 8 song DVD was released, titled Big Audio Dynamite Live: E=MC². Since BAD's official end, several DJs have continued to make mixtapes under the moniker "BAD Soundsystem". However, Mick Jones was never involved in any way with this iteration; the BAD S

Azhar Baksin

Azhar Baksin is an ex-Singapore international footballer who plays as a midfielder for NFL Division 2 side Admiralty FC. Apart from his playing duties, he was appointed as the coach of the Wolves following the departure of former player coach Mohd Noor Ali to Geylang United in June 2012. A true veteran, Azhar has played for S. League sides Tampines Rovers, Geylang United, Home United and Sengkang Punggol, before switching over to Admiralty FC during the 2012 NFL Division 2 season. Azhar scored a goal from the half-way line when he was playing for Geylang United against Woodlands Wellington in 2002, lobbing the ball past Woodlands' custodian Fadhil Salim; that goal was subsequently nominated for the 2002 S. League Goal of the Season but did not win in the end, his honours include winning the S. League with Geylang United in 2000, the S. League and Singapore Cup double with Home United in the 2003 season. Azhar Baksin was first noted as an outstanding player during a training tour of Thailand for the Singapore national team's reserve squad between 21 and 30 November 1997.

He emerged as the top contender among the up-and-coming footballers, which included Indra Sahdan and Ahmad Latiff Khamaruddin, for a national team call-up based on his performances during the training tour. He was called up to the Singapore national team after scoring two goals in Tampines Rovers' 2-0 victory against Gombak United on 21 March 1998. Azhar played in the Asian Cup qualifier against a star-studded Japanese team featuring the likes of Shinji Ono and Masashi Nakayama in 2000. One of his most memorable international goals came in the NTUC Income Challenge Cup in 2002, where he fired home a blistering right-footed volley to lift Singapore to a 2-1 victory over North Korea after coming on as a second-half substitute. Azhar's fine form with Geylang United made him a notable replacement for the off-form Mirko Grabovac during the 2002 Tiger Cup, he has the honour of being the first Singapore international to score at the newly constructed Jalan Besar Stadium on 4 March 2003 after just 8 minutes in an international friendly against the Maldives.

The match ended 4-1 in favour to the Lions with Indra Sahdan, Syed Fadhil and Fadzuhasny Juraimi getting on the scoresheet for Singapore as well

Chananan Pombuppha

Chananan Pombuppha known as Two, is a Thai professional footballer who plays as a striker, he has been used as a winger for Thai League 1 club Bangkok United and the Thailand national team. Pombuppha began his professional career with Muangthong United, who he won the Thai League T1 with in 2009, he joined Police United on loan in 2010 as part of a transfer that brought Jakkaphan Pornsai to Muangthong. On 17 July it was announced, he made his debut for the Thailand national team in May 2010 against South Africa. Pombuppha was included in the starting lineup for the match. Chananan was included in Thailand U23's squad in the 2014 Asian Games, he scored one goal in the tournament. Chananan won the 2013 Southeast Asian Games, he won the 2015 Southeast Asian Games with Thailand U23, is one of the tournament's topscorer. In 2018 he was called up by Thailand national team for the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup. Muangthong UnitedThai League 1 Champions: 2009 Thailand U19AFF U-19 Youth Championship Winners: 2009Thailand U23Sea Games Gold Medal.

Análisis Filosófico

Análisis Filosófico is a peer-reviewed biannual open access academic journal that publishes scholarly articles on theoretical and practical philosophy "in order to contribute to philosophical analysis development." The journal was established in 1981 as the official journal of the Argentine Society of Analytic Philosophy. The first editor-in-chief of Análisis Filosófico was the Argentine philosopher Eduardo Rabossi, it is indexed in the Philosopher's Index. The journal, albeit being published in Argentina, is open to contributions from other countries. List of philosophy journals Official website Análisis filosófico at SciELO

Turlough O'Connor (footballer)

Turlough O'Connor was an Irish association footballer during the 1960s and 1970s. He is a member of the Bohemians Hall of Fame, his two brothers Padraig O'Connor and Michael O'Connor played for Athlone Town. He has spells as player at Limerick F. C. where he made a scoring debut in a League of Ireland Shield game at Sligo on 25 August 1963, Fulham, Bohemians again and Athlone Town. He made 191 league appearances and 15 appearances in European competition for Bohs against Rangers in the European Cup, he was top scorer in the League of Ireland in 1973/74 and 1977/78. O'Connor scored 24 times in 29 league appearances in the latter season, he was Bohemian's top scorer in 7 different seasons, his first being in 1964/65 when he scored 8 goals in just 7 games. As of the end of the 2012 season, O'Connor is fourth in the all time League of Ireland goalscoring chart with 178 league goals. - 120 with Bohemians, 54 with Dundalk, 4 with Athlone. He netted 15 goals in the FAI Cup and 2 goals for the Irish full international team.

O'Connor was capped twice at youth level. He was a successful manager and has managed Athlone Town and Bohemians, his best period as manager came during his 5-year tenure at Athlone Town where the League Championship was won twice and the League Cup was won three times, with the Tyler All-Ireland Cup making its way to St. Mels Park. O'Connor took over Dundalk in time for the 1985/86 season, he picked up more silverware during his time at Dundalk winning 2 League Championships, an FAI Cup and 2 League Cups until he left Oriel Park in October 1993. He was not out of football long as he returned to Bohemians and his spiritual home at Dalymount Park on 14 December 1993 where he stayed until the summer of 1998. During this time he managed the Republic of Ireland under-17 team in the 1994 European Under-16 Championship held in Ireland in May 1994. League of Ireland Bohemians - 1974/75, 1977/78 FAI Cup Bohemians - 1976 League of Ireland Shield Dundalk - 1971/72 League of Ireland Cup Bohemians - 1975 Dublin City Cup Dundalk - 1968/69 Leinster Senior Cup Dundalk - 1970/71 League of Ireland/Premier Division: 4 Athlone Town - 1980–81, 1982–83 Dundalk - 1987–88, 1990–91 FAI Cup: 1 Dundalk - 1987/88 League of Ireland Cup: 5 Athlone Town - 1979/80, 1981/82, 1982/83 Dundalk - 1986/87, 1989/90 SWAI Personality of the Year Athlone Town - 1980/81

Ethel Granger

Ethel Granger was one of the most famous main figures in the development of contemporary piercing and body modification in Europe. As world record holder with the narrowest documented waist size she entered the Guinness Book of Records in 1939 with a waist circumference of only 13 inches. "Ethel was a simple, uncultured girl who wore the shapeless dresses of the 1920s". As a young woman she met the astronomer William Arnold Granger, whom she married in 1928; the marriage produced a daughter, Wilhelmina Granger 1930-2001, her husband demanded that Ethel Granger wear corsets to give her a narrow waist. She wore these day and night - also a specially made steel ring - and laced her waist to a circumference of 13 inches; the german women's magazine Sonntagsspiegel der Frau reported on Ethel Granger on June 16, 1967. "Her measurements are 36/13/38, she wears twelve piercings in each ear, eleven holes run along the edge, one is placed in the middle. She has cheek piercings, both nipples, in each side of her nose there were two piercings in the septum.

Her husband William had stretched one of her septa, both nipples had shell and lobe piercings. At first she did not feel comfortable wearing her jewellery and displaying her figure in public, but after the war, with the change in fashion and William began to break down barriers; the septa rings she had worn in the privacy of her home for her husband's pleasure were worn in public and she no longer hid the numerous piercings in her ears with her hair." In September 2011 the Italian edition of the fashion magazine Vogue dedicated an issue to Ethel Granger. "It would be inaccurate to see the story of Ethel and William Granger as the sadistic desires of a demanding, sexually perverse husband who wanted to make his wife a cripple: they were a couple expressing themselves and embracing a subculture that had magazines like London Life as a point of reference during this period, in the late 20s, 30s and 40s." Guinness World Records 2015 Volume 60 Publisher Guinness World Records 2014, ISBN 1 908 8437 05.

Elayne Angel: Piercing Bible: The Definitive Guide to Safe Body Piercing. Crossing Press 2009, ISBN 1-580-91193-5, p. 13. Valerie Steele: Fetish: fashion and power. Oxford University Press 1997, ISBN 0-195-1157-91. Martin Mobberley: Return to the Far Side of Planet Moore: Rambling Through Observations and Antics of Sir Patrick Moore. Springer 2015, ISBN 3-319-157-809, p. 60-62. Meredith G. F. Worthen: Sexual Deviance and Society: A sociological examination. Routledge 2016, ISBN 1-317-5933-75, p. 303. Rossie Atwell: The Grangers of Peterborough - an astronomical family. In: Journal of the British Astronomical Association, Vol. 100, No. 5, p. 214-217