Love Is Dead (The Mr. T Experience album)

Love Is Dead is the sixth album by the Berkeley, California punk rock band The Mr. T Experience, released in 1996 by Lookout! Records, it was the band's second album as a three-piece and first with bassist Joel Reader and drummer Jim "Jym" Pittman, replacing Aaron Rubin and Alex Laipeneiks who had departed the group the previous year. The song "I Just Wanna Do it With You" was used in the soundtrack to the 1996 movie Glory Daze starring Ben Affleck and was included on the film's soundtrack album, along with the song "Even Hitler Had a Girlfriend" from the band's 1993 album Our Bodies Our Selves. During the film's party scene, the main characters perform as a band a cover of The Mr. T Experience song "Now We Are Twenty-One" from their 1988 album Night Shift at the Thrill Factory. All tracks are written by Dr. Frank except. Dr. Frank - vocals, guitar Joel Reader - bass Jim "Jym" Pittman - drums Paige O'Donoghue - triangle on "Can I Do the Thing?" Produced and engineered by Kevin Army Mixed by Kevin Army and Bernd Burgdorf at Hyde Street Studios Assistant tracking engineer: Jim Ruzicka Additional assistant engineer: Marty Main Mastered by John Golden at Newbury Park, California on October 31, 1995 Recorded at Bay Records, Emeryville Recording Company in Emeryville and Smooth Hyde Street Studios Artwork by Christopher Appelgren, Dr. Frank, others Back cover photo by Cathy Bauer Live photos by Brian Medley and Robyn Draheim

Transport F.C.

Transport Football Club is an Irish association football club who played in the League of Ireland for fourteen seasons from 1948–49 to 1961–62. They play in the Leinster Senior League. Like several earlier League of Ireland clubs, such as St James's Gate, Midland Athletic and the current team Dundalk, Transport had their origins as a factory or works team, they were the football team of Córas Iompair Éireann. In 1948–49 when the League of Ireland was expanded from ten to twelve team, together with Sligo Rovers, Transport was one two teams invited to join. In 1946–47 they had been Leinster Senior League champions. In their debut season they finished fifth and they repeated this feat in 1956–57; these were their best two performances in the league. At the end of the 1961–62 season, the league was reduced to ten teams. On this occasion both Transport and Sligo Rovers failed to get re-elected; the highlight of Transport's time in the League of Ireland was winning the 1949–50 FAI Cup. The team was managed by an uncle of Johnny Giles.

After knocking out Waterford and Sligo Rovers in the early rounds, Transport defeated Cork Athletic in the final played over three games. The original final and first replay both finished 2–2 before Transport won the third game 3–1. After leaving the league, Transport rejoined the Leinster Senior League. In 1962–63 they won their second Leinster league title, they won the FAI Intermediate Cup in 1963–64, 1965–66 and 1973–74. In 1975 they moved to the Transport Club in Crumlin, Dublin 12. Having some success through the years. In 2017 they withdrew from the Leinster Senior League for a Season. Returning in June 2018 to Premier Sunday. Between 1948 and 1951, Transport played their home matches at the Carlisle Grounds in Bray, County Wicklow. Between 1951 and 1962 they played at Harold's Cross Stadium in Dublin. Leinster Senior League: 2 1946–47, 1962–63 FAI Cup: 1 1949–50 Leinster Senior Cup: 1 1951–52 FAI Intermediate Cup: 3 1963–64, 1965–66, 1973–74 On 26 July 1948 Peter McDonald represented Ireland in the 1948 Olympic Football Tournament.

He played in Ireland's only game in the competition against the Netherlands. He became the first Transport to represent Ireland at international level; the following Transport players represented Ireland, the majority either before or after playing for Transport. Mick Cahill In 1948–49 Bernie Lester, with 12, was joint top goalscorer in the League of Ireland. Top League Scorer: 30, Bernie Lester Top League Scorer: 15, Johnny McGeehan