Omslag: Martin Kann
Omslag: Martin Kann is the Swedish band bob hund's second full-length music album. The album has no title, but since the words "Omslag: Martin Kann" can be read on the cover, this has become its informal name; the cover is indeed designed by Martin Kann, who features as the face on the front. The album features mid-tempo rock songs with humorous surreal lyrics, such as "Papperspåse", where the narrator wears a paper bag over his head, while riding the bus, noting a "un-swedish mood" around him. Allmusic praised the album, calling it "a more varied and dynamic album than 1994's rather one-dimensional Bob Hund"; the album peaked at number 11 on the Swedish charts. The band, the album, was awarded Best Lyrics at the Swedish Grammy Awards. "En pratstund" - 3:28 "Sommaren rasar" - 4:28 "Upp, upp, ner" - 3:18 "Förträngda problem" - 4:41 "bob hund" - 2:06 "Reinkarnerad exakt som förut" - 4:26 "Nånting måste göras" - 4:04 "Indianernas park" - 4:07 "Düsseldorf" - 3:53 "Papperspåse" - 6:00
KANN is a radio station broadcasting a Christian contemporary format. Licensed to Roy, United States, the station serves the Ogden/Salt Lake City area; the station is owned by Faith Communications Corporation. KANN signed on in December 1961 on 1250 kHz. In 1967, it moved to 1090 kHz and to 1120 kHz in 1989. KANN's skywave signal has been reported in Arizona; the signal has been received in Oak Park, California. FCC History Cards for KANNQuery the FCC's AM station database for KANN Radio-Locator Information on KANN Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for KANN
Netrikkan is a 1981 Tamil film directed by S. P. Muthuraman and produced by Kavithalayaa Productions; the film features Rajinikanth in double role as father and son with Saritha and Menaka in lead roles while Goundamani and Sarath Babu play supporting roles. The soundtrack and score were composed by Ilayaraja while the lyrics for the tracks were written by Kannadasan; the film's story and dialogues was written by Visu and the screenplay was written by K. Balachander. Babu and R. Vittal handled editing respectively. In the movie, the son wants his father to repent for the latter's mistake if he respects his father much; the film revolves around Chakravarthy, middle-aged businessman, a womaniser. In the process, he rapes a girl Radha. Rest of the film revolves around Chakravarthy's son and Radha teaching an lesson to his father to mend his ways; the film was released on 15 August 1981 became successful at the box office. The film received critical acclaim with Rajinikanth's performance as a middle-aged womaniser being praised.
The movie title “Netrikkan" is believed to be inspired from the popular conversation between Sangam age poet Nakkeerar and Lord Shiva in Thiruvilayadal movie. The poet questions Lord Shiva, in the disguise of another poet, about the quality of the poem written by the Lord himself. Angered by Nakeerar's question, the Lord reveals himself by opening His Third eye. Still poet Nakkerar is fearless, replying, “Netrikkan thirappinum kuttram kuttrame” which means'A mistake is a mistake if u are God'; the film was dubbed in Telugu as Musalodiki Dasara Pandaga. The film was unofficially remade in Hindi as Rangeela Raja starring Govinda The story revolves around Chakravarthy, a successful textile businessman in Coimbatore, he picks up any women he wants. Other characters being wife Meenakshi, his son Santosh and his daughter Sangeetha, it doesn't take long for Santosh to find his father's provocative behaviour and tries to mend his father's ways. Radha gets introduced as a candidate for PRO interview and gets selected and is sent to Hong Kong for training.
Chakravarthy unable to tolerate his son's growing menace sets off to Hong Kong for a holiday. Here he meets Radha and at one point ends up raping her. Chakravarthy flies back to India where he is met with a number of changes which all points out to the new General Manager; this person turns out be Radha who has joined with Santosh to teach Chakravarthy a lesson for lifetime. How the duo succeed in changing Chakravarthy's behaviour forms the crux of the story. Rajinikanth as Chakravarthy/Santhosh Lakshmi as Meenakshi Saritha as Radha Menaka as Menaka Vijayashanti as Sangeetha Goundamani as Singaram Sarath Babu as Yuvaraja Thengai Srinivasan Neelu as Doctor Netrikann is the inaugural production of K. Balachander's Kavithalayaa Productions, it had Rajini playing the roles of son. Unlike other films where the father's character is portrayed as a positive person and the son is a bit of a wastrel, in this film it is the father, lecherous and the son is the good guy. Balachander produced the film. Muthuraman was hesitant to direct the film but Balachander encouraged him to direct.
Cameraman Babu introduced the mask shots through this film, the film had 90 mask shots. Soundtrack was composed by Ilaiyaraaja All tracks written by Kannadasan. Indiaglitz wrote that the film: "trumpeted Rajini is one of the finest wholesome actors of Tamil cinema". A dialogue spoken by "Naan eshwaran illa da, Koteeshwaran" attained popularity. Netri Kann on IMDb