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Peavy Wagner

Peter "Peavy" Wagner is a German heavy metal musician. He is best known for being bassist of the band Rage. Peter Wagner was born in Herne as the second of four children, his parents, both passionate amateur musicians, tried to inspire their kids for music since childhood. Peter Wagner learned his first instrument, the classical guitar, he started to play on the electrical guitar a few years and, inspired by Lemmy from Motörhead switched to the electric bass in the early 1980s. In 1983, Wagner founded together with the two guitar players Jochen Schroeder and Alf Meyerratken the heavy metal band called Avenger. In 1986, the band's name was changed to Rage, he is the only member of the band to have stayed in it throughout its history. He performs as the band's bassist and singer, he participated in Mekong Delta's two first albums, appeared on Axel Rudi Pell's Black Moon Pyramid as a guest bass player and participated in Markus Grosskopf's project Bassinvaders. Prayers of Steel Depraved to Black Reign of Fear Execution Guaranteed Perfect Man Secrets in a Weird World Reflections of a Shadow Extended Power Trapped!

Beyond the Wall The Missing Link The Video Link Refuge 10 Years in Rage Black in Mind Lingua Mortis End of All Days Live from the Vault XIII In Vain: Rage in Acoustic The Best from the Noise Years Ghosts Welcome to the Other Side Best of - All G. U. N. Years Metal Meets Classic Live Unity Soundchaser From the Cradle to the Stage Speak of the Dead Full Moon in St. Petersburg/DVD Carved in Stone Gib Dich Nie Auf/ Never Give Up Strings to a Web 21 The Soundchaser Archives The Devil Strikes Again Seasons of the Black Hellbassbeaters LMO Axel Rudi Pell - Black Moon Pyramid - bass on "Gettin' Dangerous" Onkel Tom Angelripper - Ein schöner Tag... - Vocals Mob Rules - Hollowed Be Thy Name - vocals on "How the Gypsy Was Born" Victor Smolski - Majesty & Passion - bass on "Concert for 2 Violins With Orchestra: Chapter 1" Destruction - Inventor of Evil - vocals on "The Alliance of Hellhoundz" Nuclear Blast All-Stars - Into the Light - bass and vocals on "Terrified" Destruction - The Curse of The Antichrist: Live In Agony - vocals on "The Alliance of Hellhoundz" The Arrow - Lady Nite - vocals on "Keeper of Souls" "The Flames still burns" - song on "Ballroom Hamburg — A Decade of Rock" compilation DarkSun - Memento Mori - vocals on "Broken Dreams"

Karl Frederick

Karl Telford Frederick was an American sport shooter who competed in the 1920 Summer Olympics. In 1920 he won the gold medal in the individual free pistol event, and he won two gold medals as member of the American team in the team 50 metre free pistol competition and in the team 30 metre military pistol event. He participated in the individual 30 metre military pistol competition but his place is unknown, he was graduated from Princeton University and Harvard Law School. Frederick served as president of the National Rifle Association and vice president of the US Revolver Association, he testified during hearings on the National Firearms Act in 1934, saying "I have never believed in the general practice of carrying weapons. I carry one. I have. I know that applies in most of the instances where guns are used in self-defense or in places of business and in the home. I do not believe in the general promiscuous toting of guns. I think it should be restricted and only under licenses." Following discussion on the criminal element obtaining weapons, he said "I believe in regulatory methods.

I think that makes it desirable that any such regulations imposed should not impose undue hardships on the law-abiding citizens and that they should not obstruct him in the right of self-defense, but that they should be directed so far as possible, to suppressing the criminal use, or punishing the criminal use of weapons." List of Princeton University Olympians profile