Strang3r, is the third extended play by South Korean girl group Ladies' Code, released on October 13, 2016. It contains six tracks, including three remixes of songs from the group's single album, Myst3ry, along with the title track The Rain, it was reported on September 29, 2016, that Ladies' Code would be making a comeback in mid October, in preparation since March. On October 2, it was confirmed that the EP's title track would be called The Rain, would be an "emotional dance song with a melody that fits Ladies’ Code’s individuality". A teaser image for the group's comeback was released on October 6. On October 9, a teaser for the title track's music video was released
What Is Love? (Never Shout Never album)
What Is Love? is the first studio album by American rock band Never Shout Never, released on January 26, 2010. The album debuted at #24 on the Billboard 200. All songs written by Christofer Drew Ingle. "Love Is Our Weapon" – 2:28 "Jane Doe" – 1:56 "Can't Stand It" – 2:50 "Sacrilegious" – 1:51 "I Love You 5" – 2:14 "California" – 2:37 "What Is Love?" – 2:33 "The Past" – 4:07iTunes Bonus Tracks "Fifteen" "Damn Dog" Christofer Ingle – instrumentation, vocals Caleb Denison – bass, electric guitar Dustin Dobernig – piano, keyboards Nathan Ellison – percussion, drums Butch Walker – backing vocals
Jane Doe (film series)
Jane Doe is the name of a series of nine made-for-television mystery films released by the Hallmark Channel between 2005 and 2008, appearing on the Hallmark Movie Channel. While on the Hallmark Channel, it was broadcast in rotation with the movie series McBride, Murder 101, Mystery Woman, under the umbrella title Hallmark Channel Mystery Wheel. In the UK, these movies are aired on a rotation basis, in the afternoon drama slot on Channel 5. In the series, created by Dean Hargrove, Lea Thompson stars as Cathy Davis, a soccer mom, secretly Jane Doe, an agent for the federal "Central Security Agency"; the films focus on her efforts to keep her lives separate while solving mysteries. Thompson made her directorial debut with the sixth film in the series, called Jane Doe: The Harder they Fall and went on to direct Jane Doe: Eye of the Beholder. Lea Thompson as Cathy Davis/Jane Doe Joe Penny as Frank Darnell William R. Moses as Jack Davis Jessy Schram as Susan Davis Zack Shada as Nick Davis Jane Doe: Vanishing Act – directed by James A. Contner and first aired January 21, 2005 Jane Doe: Now You See It, Now You Don't – directed by Armand Mastroianni and first aired February 18, 2005 Jane Doe: Til Death Do Us Part – directed by Armand Mastroianni and first aired March 11, 2005 Jane Doe: The Wrong Face – directed by Mark Griffiths and first aired June 19, 2005 Jane Doe: Yes, I Remember It Well – directed by Armand Mastroianni and first aired January 14, 2006 Jane Doe: The Harder They Fall – directed by Lea Thompson and first aired March 4, 2006 Jane Doe: Ties That Bind – directed by James A. Contner and first aired March 17, 2007 Jane Doe: How To Fire Your Boss – directed by James A. Contner and first aired May 8, 2007 Jane Doe: Eye of the Beholder – directed by Lea Thompson and first aired January 12, 2008
Blindspot (TV series)
Blindspot is an American crime drama television series created by Martin Gero, starring Sullivan Stapleton and Jaimie Alexander. The series premiered on September 21, 2015. A back nine order was given on October 9, 2015, bringing the first season to a total of 22 episodes, plus an additional episode bringing the order to 23 episodes. On May 10, 2018, NBC renewed the series for a fourth season, which premiered on October 12, 2018. Blindspot focuses on a mysterious tattooed woman, found naked inside a travel bag in Times Square by the FBI, with no recollection of her own past or identity, they discover. Sullivan Stapleton as Kurt Weller, an FBI special agent at the New York field office. In season 1, as head of the FBI Critical Incident Response Group, he is called into the investigation into Jane when his name is found mysteriously tattooed on Jane's body, he comes to recognize Jane as his missing childhood friend Taylor Shaw and becomes protective, due to having never recovered from the pain and guilt he suffered from her disappearance.
It is revealed in the season one finale that he has been promoted to head of the FBI's New York branch after Mayfair's disappearance, with this being the goal of Stage One of the conspiracy behind Jane's tattoos as the tattoo investigations eliminated less ethical potential candidates. In season 3, he and Jane marry. Jaimie Alexander as Remi "Jane Doe" Briggs, an unidentified woman found naked and amnesiac in Times Square, kept in FBI protective custody as an investigation proceeds into her identity. Despite lacking conscious memories, Jane has flashbacks to her past life and retains a wide variety of combat and language skills, it is suspected she is a former Navy SEAL, whose identity is classified due to involvement in special operations. Based on a familiar scar on the back of her neck and a DNA test, Jane was believed to be Taylor Shaw, Kurt Weller's neighbor and childhood friend, who vanished 25 years ago and was presumed deceased, but the real Taylor Shaw was confirmed to be dead when Agent Weller's father confessed to her murder on his deathbed, Kurt subsequently finding Taylor's remains in an old campsite they stayed in as children.
It is revealed that Jane was born Alice Kruger in South Africa orphaned and trained as a child soldier by the apartheid regime. Shepherd adopted her and raised her as a daughter. In season 3, she marries Weller. At the end of the season, she reverts to her previous persona as Remi as a result of side effects from ZIP, the drug that wiped her memories. During the first half of season 4, she, as Remi, starts secretly working against her team in a bid to free Shepherd and rebuild Sandstorm, but is soon found out, following a successful experimental treatment, Jane puts her past behind her, makes peace with Remi, regains all of her memories, kills Shepherd. Rob Brown as Edgar Reade, an FBI special agent and member of Kurt's team, who has doubts about Jane's inclusion on the team and expresses skepticism of Kurt's willingness to follow the information from Jane's tattoos so quickly, he is in love with Kurt's sister, but broke up with her both on Kurt's request and because Reade feared for Sarah's safety after one of the group behind Jane's tattoos threatened Sarah when Reade was trying to investigate Jane's background.
In season 3, he becomes the head of the New York field office after Jane and Weller leave New York and was engaged to Megan Butani, an investigative journalist. They broke up, he has romantic feelings for Zapata. Audrey Esparza as Natasha "Tasha" Zapata, an FBI special agent and member of Kurt's team an NYPD officer at the 96th District for five years. Secretly, she has a gambling addiction, caused by guilt from the death of her partner while with the NYPD, is in severe debt, which she hides from her coworkers, she is shown to have feelings for Reade. In season 3, she leaves the FBI and joins the CIA. At the end of the season, she is terminated from the CIA, goes to work for Blake Crawford as a fixer, but following Blake's death in season 4, she works for her successor Madeline Burke. Midway through the season, it's revealed that she was working deep cover for the CIA all along under Director Jake Keaton. Ashley Johnson as Patterson, an FBI special agent and head of the FBI Forensic Science Unit, responsible for studying and identifying Jane's tattoos.
In season 3, she departs the FBI to work in the tech industry, but returns to help solve Jane's new tattoos. In the season, it is revealed that Patterson is the daughter of Bill Nye and took her mother's last name. Ukweli Roach as Robert Borden, an FBI psychiatrist who helps Jane in retrieving and understanding her past memories, he is revealed to be Nigel Thornton, a former doctor and a mole for Sandstorm within the FBI. After being cornered by the FBI, he kills himself to avoid capture. In season 3, however, it's revealed that he had faked his death, was found and recruited by the CIA as an asset, he is sent to prison after Zapata reneges on his deal with the CIA as justice for betraying Patterson. In season 4, Jane visits him and he helps her to accept her lives and personas of Remi and Alice as part of herself. Marianne Jean-Baptiste as Bethany Mayfair, assistant director in charge of the FBI's New York Field Office. Mayfair is directly in his team, for whom Mayfair acts as an ally and mentor.
She was once the FBI contact for Operation Daylight, a program to use illegally obtained information and pres
Jane Doe (album)
Jane Doe is the fourth studio album by American metalcore band Converge, released on September 4, 2001. The band's last on Equal Vision Records, it was produced by Matthew Ellard alongside guitarist Kurt Ballou, features artwork created by vocalist Jacob Bannon, it is their first album to feature bassist Nate Newton and drummer Ben Koller, the last to feature guitarist Aaron Dalbec. Although it did not chart, Jane Doe was a commercial breakthrough for the band and received immediate critical acclaim, with critics praising its poetic lyrics, dynamic range and production, it has since been listed as one of the greatest albums of its genre and era by various publications. It has developed a cult following, with the cover art becoming an icon of the band. A live version, titled Jane Live, was released in 2017. Bannon stated in an interview that many of the songs from Jane Doe came from side-project Supermachiner, the project was claimed to inspire Jane Doe's experimental side; the songs "Jane Doe" and "Phoenix in Flight" were intended for the Supermachiner album, Rise of the Great Machine, but Bannon thought "it made sense for Converge to play them."
Ballou has stated that Koller "reinvigorated the band" and "pushed in a new direction" and that prior to Newton joining the band Ballou was the dominant songwriter for the band. Ballou has said with the addition of Newton that the album became more collaborative in terms of songwriting, which Ballou states was not there prior; the band recorded it differently from previous releases. The record was made for $11,000; the whole album was made on six reels of two inch tape. The album was mixed in two; the album was recorded at Q Division, next door to James Taylor's recording session. However additional recording for the album took place at GodCity and Fort Apache and took around three years to make; the band recorded for 7 days at Q Division Studio using two rooms which are dubbed "Studio A" and "Studio B". Studio A was used to record the slower songs because the room was bigger than Studio B which Ellard states the room was better for ambience than Studio B. Studio B was used to record the more up tempo songs because it was smaller than Studio A.
Newton stated in an interview "I remember all of us wanting to write a hardcore record the kids were going to hate." Matthew Ellard the engineer and producer of Jane Doe said he saw the album as a "big rock record" rather than a metal record. Ballou has stated that Jane Doe is the first Converge album that he is "proud of from start to finish". In mid-2000 Converge self-released a three track record titled Jane Doe Demos; the record were limited to 100 copies. The CDs contained unreleased demo versions of "Bitter and Then Some" and "Thaw" from the upcoming album, Jane Doe as well as a cover of "Whatever I Do" by Negative Approach. In the Summer of 2001 recording for Jane Doe began; the album was released on September 4, 2001 through Equal Vision Records as a CD and double vinyl which came in multiple colors. Bannon's Deathwish Inc re-released the album on vinyl format. For the first time in over 6 years, the 2XLP is specially packaged in a Deluxe Gatefold sleeve and is accompanied by a stunning 28 page album sized booklet.
The double vinyl version of the album became available for pre-order at the Deathwish web store on April 1, 2010, became available to buy in August 2010. Converge's first tour in support of Jane Doe was in September, 2001 with Drowningman and Playing Enemy. Drowningman dropped out of the tour to work on a new album; the artwork for the cover and liner note booklet of Jane Doe was designed and created by Jacob Bannon. The booklet features lyrics for each song on the album, however the lyrics are intentionally scattered and some times hard to read. Bannon stated "Visually, I just wanted to capture that disillusionment with relationships and channel the negatives I felt. I did this in hopes of creating some sort of positive out of all the negative I was experiencing." The result was a mystery created from a variety of media, photography, spray paint, ink—that Bannon assembled digitally. The cover image "has become Converge's de facto icon", she is not based on any original model. In an interview Bannon revealed that he abandoned multiple art projects to work on artwork for Jane Doe.
"Once I had the basic images completed, including the cover, I worked on type treatments for the release," he says. "At first I used old Letraset type but switched to contemporary typography as the project progressed. My goal was to continue the same kinetic feel of the imagery and make them one and the same."" In 2002 a music video was released for the track "Concubine/Fault and Fracture" from the album Jane Doe, the music video was directed by Zach Merck. The video was filmed on location in Los Angeles in September. Over a three-day period, longtime friend of the band, Merck was responsible for bringing Converge's conceptual vision to life; the band stated on their website that "Although it's always difficult to hand over creative control of a project, we can safely say did a commendable job on the project" and Converge gave special thanks to Ashley for "sitting in a bathtub of blood for over two hours". Bannon stated the album's lyrical themes were born out of a dissolving relationship and the emotional fallout from that experience.
The lyrics found in Jane Doe's line
The Silent Force
The Silent Force is the third studio album by Dutch symphonic metal band Within Temptation, released on 15 November 2004, by GUN Records. This album is the first to feature Ruud Jolie on lead guitar, as well as Martijn Spierenburg on keyboards, after Martijn Westerholt had to leave the band due to illness, it was released as three versions: a basic version with no booklet. Only one week after its release, the album reached Gold status in the Netherlands and Finland. On 5 August 2008, The Silent Force along with Mother Earth were released in the United States on Roadrunner Records. Plans for the band's third album came to fruition in 2004, with the release of The Silent Force on 15 November 2004, across Europe, it was produced by Daniel Gibson. In an interview on Buzznet, lead singer Sharon den Adel discussed the title of the album: "The title of our latest album'The Silent Force' is taken from the title of a book from the beginning of the 19th century from a Dutch writer called Louis Couperus.
All the songs on this album are in some way related to that book." In support of the release they embarked on another large international tour in 2005, with dates across Europe and a one-off show in Dubai. "Stand My Ground" and "Memories", the first singles from the new album, continued the band's run of chart success in the Netherlands, culminating in a second Edison Award. The third single was "Angels". "Stand My Ground" was to be promoted on the trailer for the film Blood and Chocolate. The band provided some of the sound track to the videogame Knights of the Temple: Infernal Crusade, released in March 2005; as of 2005, the album had sold more than 400.000 copies only in Europe. In January 2006, Within Temptation won the Dutch Pop Prize and Dutch Export Prize; the band reported that they would start playing at festivals starting in April, in addition to going on an international tour at the end of the year. On 5 August 2008, The Silent Force was released in the US for the first time through Roadrunner Records.
The following music videos were released to promote the album and the tour: "Stand My Ground" "Angels" "Memories" "Jillian" The album earned positive reviews from critics and mixed reviews from fans. Critic Martin White from Blabbermouth.net gave the album a score of 9 out of 10 stars, stating that "amazingly enough, the thick instrumentation and Sharon's angelic delivery are never at odds with each other — a rare feat when it comes to music as complex and involved as Within Temptation's is." Although, the listeners rating from Blabbermouth earned a score of 6.5 stars out of 10. The webzine Lords of Metal was positive and gave the album 94 out of 100, stating that the album is "one of the most outstanding cd’s of the year"; the website compared the album with the two previous albums Mother Earth and Enter alleging that "it lacks the variety of Enter or the finesse of Mother Earth – but it remains one of the best albums recorded on Dutch soil in the last ten years."A review coming from Metal Storm webzine was less positive, saying that it's just "a good album" and stating that the band "lost their magic in their new songs" in comparison with what the band did in their previous albums.
As of the tenth anniversary of the album release, The Silent Force received a homage article by TeamRock's Metal Hammer magazine regarding its influence both on Within Temptation's career, the heavy metal genre and symphonic metal subgenre itself. In July 2016, Metal Hammer released a special issue edition claiming the 100 Greatest Albums of the 21st Century in which The Silent Force was awarded the 33th place, over its influence and commercial success. On regarding the ten essential symphonic metal releases, the magazine found a place for the album, characterizing it as an "uplifting symphonic-based style, rendered all the more saleable by the irresistible voice and presence of Sharon den Adel." Sharon den Adel - vocals Robert Westerholt - guitars Ruud Jolie - guitars Martijn Spierenburg - keyboards Jeroen van Veen - bass Stephen van Haestregt - drums Isaac Muller, Siard de Jong - Celtic instruments Ego Works session orchestra conducted by Felix Korobov Choir conducted by Konstantin Majorov Daniel Gibson - producer Stefan Helleblad - additional production, engineer Stefan Glaumann, Håkan Fredriksson, Ola Sonmark - mixing Bjorn Engelmann - mastering Ego Works - production and recording of the orchestra
The Autopsy of Jane Doe
The Autopsy of Jane Doe is a 2016 supernatural horror film directed by André Øvredal. It stars Emile Hirsch and Brian Cox as father-and-son coroners who experience supernatural phenomena while examining the body of an unidentified woman, it premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 9, 2016, was released on December 21. It is Øvredal's first English-language film; the corpse of an unidentified woman is found at the scene of a bloody multiple homicide. The sheriff finds no signs of forced entry, a deputy suggests that the victims were trying to escape. Emma visits her boyfriend and his father, Tommy, a small town coroner. Tommy explains that coroners in the past used to tie bells to bodies to ensure they were dead, not comatose; the sheriff arrives with the mysterious body of Jane Doe, tells Tommy that he needs the cause of death by morning. Austin postpones his date with Emma to help Tommy, promising to meet her that evening. Tommy and Austin perform the autopsy and become confused.
There are no external visible signs of trauma. Her tongue has been crudely cut out, one of her molars is missing, her lungs are blackened as though she had suffered third degree burns, her internal organs reveal numerous cuts and scarring. Jimsonweed, a paralyzing agent not native to the area, is found in her stomach; the condition of much of the body suggests that death had just occurred, while cloudiness of the corpse's eyes suggests she has been dead for several days. Other mysterious events occur; the radio spontaneously changes stations settling on the song "Open Up Your Heart", Austin believes he sees people standing in the morgue's hallway. Investigating, he finds their cat mortally wounded. Tommy finds; the cloth has Roman numerals, an odd diagram. Similar symbols are found on the inside of her skin; the lights in the room explode. During the confusion, they realize, they decide to leave. An unseen figure bruises Tommy in the bathroom, they again examine the corpse. When the door locks itself, Austin hacks it with an emergency axe.
Through an opening, they see one of the missing corpses. Unable to get to the cremation furnace, they set the corpse ablaze in the exam room; the fire spreads rapidly. When the elevator turns back on, Tommy and Austin try to escape. Panicked, Tommy uses an axe against; when he and Austin exit the elevator, they discover. Certain that Jane Doe's corpse has been preventing them from finding out the truth about her death, they return to the examination room. Tests determine that Jane Doe's brain tissue cells remain active, proving that she is somehow still alive. Further examination of the cloth determines that the markings refer to Leviticus 20:27, which condemns witches, the year 1693, the date of the Salem witch trials. Tommy and Austin reason that in their attempt to punish a witch, the Salem authorities instead transformed an innocent woman into a witch, who now wants revenge. Tommy offers himself to the corpse as a sacrifice. Tommy's ankles and wrists shatter. Tommy forces his son to kill him to end his misery.
Austin reluctantly stabs his father in the chest with a knife. Believing he hears the sheriff outside, Austin tries to flee but realizes the voice is another hallucination. Startled by a vision of Tommy's corpse, Austin falls to his death; the police are confused by another inexplicable crime scene. The corpse, showing no signs of trauma, is taken to Virginia Commonwealth University. During the ambulance ride, the radio plays "Open Up Your Heart", the corpse's big toe twitches. Emile Hirsch as Austin Tilden Brian Cox as Tommy Tilden Ophelia Lovibond as Emma Michael McElhatton as Sheriff Sheldon Burke Olwen Kelly as Jane Doe Parker Sawyers as Officer Cole Coming off of the success of Trollhunter, Øvredal stated that he wanted to "prove something" – that he could do more than found footage style films, he stated, "It's just a specific style that you need to get into for that project." The Conjuring proved to be a spark of inspiration for Øvredal, he said, "it was such a classical horror movie that came at a time where all these movies had tried to do all kinds of different stuff and suddenly it was like getting back to basics".
After watching the film, Øvredal told his agency he wanted to "find a pure horror script", which resulted in being sent Autopsy. The script had appeared on the annual Black List. Martin Sheen was cast as Tommy but pulled out. Although there are some prosthetics used, the role of the corpse, for the most part was played by actress Olwen Kelly. Øvredal felt that it was necessary to have an actress for the part to help connect the audience on a human level. On some level the decision was a practical one as Øvredal believes that doing some of the close up scenes with a prosthetic would've been impossible. Øvredal said that Kelly had the most difficult role in the film, he credited her with making everyone else comfortable on the set. Kelly was the first person interviewed for the role. Øvredal said they performed further interviews afterward, but he knew she was right for the role. One of the reasons