New York Euphoria
New York Euphoria was one of two teams that established the Lingerie Football League in 2003 to 2009. The old name Team Euphoria was used at Lingerie Bowl I, broadcast during Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004, they were beaten by Team Dream by a score of 6-0. The following year the team was renamed New York Euphoria and the LFL was expanded by two more teams. After defeating the Chicago Bliss in the Eastern Conference Finals they met again with Team Dream at the final of Lingerie Bowl II and lost. In 2006 they defeated the Chicago Bliss again in the Semi-Final and for the first time defeated the Los Angeles Temptation and thus won Lingerie Bowl III with a winning margin of only one point with a final score of 13-12; the team was not carried over to the LFL when it made a full launch in 2009. Instead, New York was ostensibly represented by the New York Majesty. Lingerie Bowl's Official Website
Euphoria (2018 film)
Euphoria is a 2018 Italian drama film directed by Valeria Golino. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. Riccardo Scamarcio as Matteo Valerio Mastandrea as Ettore Euphoria on IMDb
Euforia – Helen Sjöholm sjunger Billy Joel
Euforia - Helen Sjöholm sjunger Billy Joel is an album by Swedish singer and actor Helen Sjöholm, released in November 2010. The album features 11 compositions by American musician and pianist, singer-songwriter, classical composer Billy Joel, performed by Helen Sjöholm. All songs are performed with lyrics written by Tomas Andersson Wij. "Euforia" is only the 2nd solo album by musical star Helen Sjöholm. Sjöholm is famous for playing the role of Kristina in Benny Andersson's and Björn Ulvaeus's musical Kristina från Duvemåla and being part of Andersson's current group Benny Anderssons Orkester. Apart from various other contributions through the years, she released a solo album Visor in 2002, it took her ten years to record another album of her own, called "Euforia" and released in late 2010. Recording and mixing for the album, produced by Gunnar Nordén, took place in Atlantis Studio and Supro Studio, throughout 2010. "Euforia" is a concept album. All songs are compositions by Billy Joel. Sjöholm came across the Billy Joel song She's Always A Woman sometime in early 2010, while thinking about a new album.
Being a favourite of hers, she started listening to more Billy Joel songs and discovered one song after another that she liked. In the spring of 2010, she developed the album project together with Martin Östergren, Georg "Jojje" Wadenius, producer Gunnar Nordén and Tomas Andersson Wij, asked to write the Swedish lyrics for all titles. Upon its release in November 2010, the album entered the Swedish Albums Chart and peaked at number six on December 3. During its 18-week chart run, the album received a Gold disc in the end of December. To promote the album, the song "Kvinnan för dig" was released to radio and a promo clip for television was produced by Universal Music Sweden. In early 2011, Sjöholm played 16 dates in Sweden. List of musicians that contributed to the recordings of Euforia: Vocals: Helen Sjöholm Electric Guitar: Georg Wadenius Piano, Organ: Martin Östergren Acoustic Guitar: Gunnar Nordén Drums: André Ferrari bass: Fredrik Jonsson Tenor saxophone, Alto flute: Magnus Lindgren Strings: Stockholm Sessions Strings
Euphoria (Indian band)
Euphoria is an Indian rock band from the city of Delhi, India. Euphoria was put together by Palash Sen and his friends in New Delhi in 1988; the Band is one of the pioneers of the Indian pop music wave. The band released their fifth studio album'Item' in 2011 on Universal Music India. Euphoria was formed in 1988 by a medical student Dr. Palash Sen and his friends. Bass player Debajyoti Bhaduri joined hands with Palash in the early nineties. Moving through several line-ups, the band kept searching for their elusive break, it came 10 years after their inception when Euphoria released their first studio album titled'Dhoom' in the October 1998 to critical acclaim and commercial success. They became the pioneers of'Hind Rock' or rock music in Hindi, their first single was titled'Dhoom Pichuk Dhoom' – and it became the most popular video to hit TV screens in that decade. Directed by ad-guru and filmmaker Pradeep Sarkar, the video became a benchmark for non-Bollywood music videos. Two other videos were released for the songs "Tum" and" Sha Na Na" the same year.
During this time the band included the legendary Gussy Rikh, whose musical dexterity helped improve the band's one-dimensional sound. After the success of'Dhoom', Euphoria started work on their second studio album'Phir Dhoom' and delivered hit singles such as'Phir Dhoom','Rok Sako To Rok Lo', and'Pyar Hi Tha', but it was their first single'Maaeri' which became their most successful song and their trademark tune. It was during the recording of this album, that Palash asked Tabla Player Prashant Trivedi and Percussionist Rakesh Bhardwaj to join the band. Two back-to-back hit records had cemented Euphoria as a powerful musical force; the band toured this time, to promote the record and played at the prestigious Beale Street Music Festival in Memphis in 2000. In 2001, Euphoria became the first band to play inside the United Nations General Assembly along with Junoon from Pakistan. After returning to the country, the band released "Mantra", India's first standalone single release, independent of an album.
‘Mantra' established their unique hind rock resonance, an eclectic mixture of Indian and global sounds. It was during this time that front man Palash shot for the film Filhaal, released the same year. Changes In the band's fourth studio album ` Mehfuz' surprised critics and fans alike; the new sound and the maturity in the songwriting won a lot of hearts and made Euphoria the only force in Indian music which could commercially take on Bollywood. Four music videos were released for the songs'Soneya','Mehfuz','Bewafaa', and'Rab Jaane'. Mehfuz was the first album that the band recorded in their newly made studio "The Clinic"; the band's current drummer, Ashwani Verma, joined the band during this time. In 2008, the band completed 10 years of their recording career and released'Re Dhoom'a commemorative compilation album consisting of 12 of Euphoria's biggest hits with a music video of the song'Bhoola Sab'. Following personal differences and misunderstandings, Palash asked the guitarist and keyboardist Hitesh Madan and Benjamine Pinto to leave the band.
During a brief hiatus that the band took from playing live, Euphoria created music for the Malayalam Film "Best of Luck" released in late 2010. Indian Guitar Legend Kalyan Baruah played guitars on the songs. Kalyan appeared live with Euphoria on 2 occasions, also guested on their 2011 MTV Unplugged appearance. Axeman Amborish Saikia and Keyboard player Vinayak Gupta completed Euphoria's line up and brought about a total change in Euphoria's sound with their cutting edge nu age musicianship. Euphoria was sounding younger and more aggressive than ever. In 2011, the band released their fifth studio album titled "Item" and embarked on a 10 city tour of USA to promote it. Euphoria made an appearance on MTV Unplugged's Indian edition the same year and performed "ITEM" and "C U Later" from the new album, along with their other hits. In the first week of May, Euphoria released the second single "C U Later" from Item in two languages and English. A music video to support the promotions was created in both languages, making it India's first bilingual single.
The single went on to peak at number 5 on VH1 India's Top Ten charts. Item was released worldwide by Universal Music India. Euphoria launched their 6th studio album titled "Sharnaagat" in 2012, surprising critics and fans with a new direction. Sharnaagat was the band's first spiritual record, with influences of pop and blues. Frontman Palash's late father, Dr. Rupendra Kumar Sen, had composed 3 out of the 7 songs featured on the album. A music video was shot for the title track "Sharnaagat" in the premises of a Temple, Church and a Gurudwara in Delhi with an attempt to portray the universality of God and religion. Palash directed the video with the entire band and its support staff doubling up as the production crew. Sharnaagat was released worldwide by Times Music Spiritual. Euphoria launched their brand new single on 21 June 2016, co-written by Palash Sen and Deekshant Sahrawat, Halla Bol composed and led by as vocalist by Palash, describes the song as “the war cry of the meek, the quiet and the non-pretentious common man.
This six-minute song features the band’s commentary on India’s various issues with spoofs on Arvind Kejriwal, Arnab Goswami, Vijay Mallya and Aamir Khan’s ‘PK’. The band has composed the soundtrack for a Malayalam film named Best of luck. Albums and Singles of Euphoria is listed below: 1998 – Dhoom 2000 – Phir Dhoom 2003 – Gully 2006 – Mehfuz 2008 – ReDhoom 2011 – Item 2012– Sharnaagat 2001 – Mantra 2017 - Halla Bol 2018 - Alvida Dhoom Pichak Dhoom Sha Na Na
An Elixir for Existence
An Elixir for Existence is the second studio album by the Norwegian gothic metal band Sirenia, released in 2004. The album follows in the same vein as the previous At Sixes and Sevens, but includes a new female vocalist, Henriette Bordvik. A large number of the songs are concerned with mental conditions, be it depression, drug use or thoughts of suicide. Morten Veland – guitars, harsh vocals, bass guitar, programming, drums Henriette Bordvik – female vocals Kristian Gundersen – clean male vocals Anne Verdot – violin Damien Surian, Mathieu Landry, Emmanuelle Zoldan, Sandrine Gouttebel, Emilie Lesbros – choir Metallum Archives An Elixir for Existence at discogs.com
Euphorbia is a large and diverse genus of flowering plants called spurge, in the spurge family. "Euphorbia" is sometimes used in ordinary English to collectively refer to all members of Euphorbiaceae, not just to members of the genus. Some euphorbias are commercially available, such as poinsettias at Christmas; some are cultivated as ornamentals, or collected and valued for the aesthetic appearance of their unique floral structures, such as the crown of thorns plant. Euphorbias from the deserts of Southern Africa and Madagascar have evolved physical characteristics and forms similar to cacti of North and South America, so they are incorrectly referred to as cacti; some are used as ornamentals in landscaping, because of beautiful or striking overall forms, drought and heat tolerance. Euphorbias range from tiny annual plants to long-lived trees; the genus has over or about 2,000 members, making it one of the largest genera of flowering plants. It has one of the largest ranges of chromosome counts, along with Rumex and Senecio.
Euphorbia antiquorum is the type species for the genus Euphorbia. It was first described by Carl Linnaeus in 1753 in Species Plantarum; the plants share the feature of having a poisonous, white, latex-like sap, unusual and unique floral structures. The genus may be described by properties of its members' gene sequences, or by the shape and form of its heads of flowers; when viewed as a whole, the head of flowers looks like a single flower. It has a unique kind of pseudanthium, called a cyathium, where each flower in the head is reduced to its barest essential part needed for sexual reproduction; the individual flowers are either male or female, with the male flowers reduced to only the stamen, the females to the pistil. These flowers have no sepals, petals, or other parts that are typical of flowers in other kinds of plants. Structures supporting the flower head and beneath have evolved to attract pollinators with nectar, with shapes and colors that function the way petals and other flower parts do in other flowers.
It is the only genus of plants that has all three kinds of photosynthesis, CAM, C3, C4. The genus can be found all over the world; the forms range from annual plants lying to well-developed tall trees. In deserts in Madagascar and southern Africa, convergent evolution has led to cactus-like forms where the plants occupy the same ecological niche as cacti do in deserts of North and South America; the genus is found in the tropical and subtropical regions of Africa and the Americas, but in temperate zones worldwide. Succulent species originate from Africa, the Americas, Madagascar. A wide range of insular species can be found. Among laypeople, Euphorbia species are among the plant taxa most confused with cacti the stem succulents. Euphorbias secrete a sticky, milky-white fluid with latex. Individual flowers of euphorbias are tiny and nondescript, without petals and sepals, unlike cacti, which have fantastically showy flowers. Euphorbias from desert habitats with growth forms similar to cacti have thorns, which are different from the spines of cacti.
The common name "spurge" derives from the Middle English/Old French espurge, due to the use of the plant's sap as a purgative. The botanical name Euphorbia derives from Euphorbos, the Greek physician of king Juba II of Numidia, who married the daughter of Anthony and Cleopatra. Juba was a prolific writer including natural history. Euphorbos wrote. In 12 BC, Juba named this plant after his physician Euphorbos, as Augustus Caesar had dedicated a statue to the brother of Euphorbos, Antonius Musa, the personal physician of Augustus. In 1753, botanist and taxonomist Carl Linnaeus assigned the name Euphorbia to the entire genus in the physician's honor; the plants are annual, biennial or perennial herbs, woody shrubs, or trees with a caustic, poisonous milky latex. The roots are thick and fleshy or tuberous. Many species are less succulent, thorny, or unarmed; the main stem and also the side arms of the succulent species are thick and fleshy, 15–91 cm tall. The deciduous leaves may be opposite, alternate, or in whorls.
In succulent species, the leaves are small and short-lived. The stipules are small transformed into spines or glands, or missing. Like all members of the family Euphorbiaceae, spurges have unisexual flowers. In Euphorbia, flowers occur in a head, called the cyathium; each male or female flower in the cyathium head has only its essential sexual part, in males the stamen, in females the pistil. The flowers do not have sepals, petals, or nectar to attract pollinators, although other nonflower parts of the plant have an appearance and nectar glands with similar roles. Euphorbias are the only plants known to have this kind of flower head. Nectar glands and nectar that attract pollinators are held in the involucre, a cuplike part below and supporting the cyathium head; the involucre is above and supported by bract-like modified leaf structures called cyathophylls', or cyathial leaves
Unholy Terror is the ninth studio album by W. A. S. P. Released in 2001, it is viewed by many fans and critics alike as an'issue' album, going into great detail about the world and all its vices. All songs written by Blackie Lawless."Let it Roar" - 4:40 "Hate to Love Me" – 4:07 "Loco-Motive Man" – 6:03 "Unholy Terror" – 2:01 "Charisma" – 5:25 "Who Slayed Baby Jane?" – 4:55 "Euphoria" – 3:19 "Raven Heart" – 3:46 "Evermore" – 6:10 "Wasted White Boys" – 6:49 "Hate to Love Me" Blackie Lawless – vocals, keyboards Chris Holmes - lead guitar Mike Duda – bass, vocals Frankie Banali – drums Stet Howland – drums, vocalsGuest musicians Roy Z – lead guitar Valentina - chorus