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Shinji Hosoe

Shinji Hosoe known as MEGATEN and SamplingMasters MEGA, is a Japanese video game composer and musician most famous for scoring Ridge Racer, Street Fighter EX and many Namco arcade games between 1987 and 1996. He created the in-game music for Xenosaga Episode II: Jenseits von Gut und Böse, he was assisted by Yuki Kajiura on the project, though he did not return as a composer for Xenosaga Episode III: Also sprach Zarathustra. He runs the music production and publishing company SuperSweep, alongside long time collaborator Ayako Saso. Outside of the video game industry he has a few side projects, most notably Sampling Masters and Oriental Magnetic Yellow, the latter of, a parody band of Yellow Magic Orchestra he formed with fellow Namco composers Nobuyoshi Sano, Takayuki Aihara and Hiroto Sasaki. Official English website Megahan's Hell – Shinji Hosoe's blog Super Sweep Records site Shinji Hosoe on IMDb

Lindaweni Fanetri

Lindaweni Fanetri is a female former Indonesian badminton player. She played in women's singles. Fanetri is from PB. Suryanaga, a badminton club from Surabaya, the same club with the likes of Sony Dwi Kuncoro, Alvent Yulianto, Ryan Agung Saputra, she won a bronze medal at 2015 BWF World Championship after losing to Saina Nehwal in the semifinals. In her quarterfinals match she was down 14–20 in the second game after losing the first game against Tai-Tzu ying of Chinese Taipei, but Lindaweni saved 6 match points and took the second game, 22–20. She won the decider third game to ensure her place in the semifinals. 2015 BWF World Championships at the Istora Senayan in Jakarta, Indonesia The BWF Grand Prix has two level such as BWF Grand Prix and Grand Prix Gold. It is a series of badminton tournaments, sanctioned by Badminton World Federation since 2007. BWF Grand Prix tournament BWF Grand Prix Gold tournament 3 times at Uber Cup 4 times at Sudirman Cup Junior levelSenior level Senior level Record against World Superseries finalists, World Championships semifinalists, Olympic quarterfinalists, as well as all Olympic opponents.

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The Breakfast

The Breakfast is an American jam band known for its style of progressive and funk rock, in addition to its exploratory nature of improvisation. The band was formed in 1998 in East Haven, Connecticut with the original lineup consisting of guitarist Tim Palmieri, bassist Ron Spears, drummer Adrian Tramontano, keyboardist Jordan Giangreco, they decided on their first name, Psychedelic Breakfast, based on the suggestion of Tramontano's cousin. It is a reference to the Pink Floyd song "Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast," from their album Atom Heart Mother; the original idea of the band's name was a play off of that song, "Adrian's Psychedelic Breakfast," after Tramontano. The band began cutting its teeth by playing shows at a variety of local bars in the New Haven, Connecticut area during the early goings of 1999; that summer, they released Psychedelic Breakfast. Four songs from the album were featured on Undressed; as 1999 wore on and the world turned the page to the new millennium, Psychedelic Breakfast began to progressively start spreading throughout the Northeast.

In the summer of 2001, the band released Deuce. They followed that up by delivering their first live album, Bona Fide, in the winter of 2003, a time during which the band began supplementing its Northeast shows with the occasional national tour. In 2004, Psychedelic Breakfast won a Jammy Award for being the "New Groove of the Year." Shortly thereafter, the band decided to change its name to'The Breakfast.' Around this time, Relix Magazine published an article about The Breakfast. In the summer of 2005, The Breakfast dropped its third studio album, Real Radio, set foot on a U. S. tour that saw them open for bands such as The Wailers, moe. North Mississippi Allstars, Gomez. On June 17, 2006, The Breakfast performed its 1,000th show at Toad's Place in New Haven, Connecticut. On July 7, Giangreco played the final show of his first stint with the band at Beardslee Castle in Little Falls, New York. Palmieri and Tramontano performed as a trio at Corner Pocket in Orange, Connecticut on July 8 and forged ahead with that lineup, with Palmieri playing both keyboard and guitar.

The Breakfast released their fourth studio album, Moxie Epoxy, in the fall of 2006. On August 12, 2007, Matt Oestreicher played his first show as The Breakfast's new keyboardist at Gathering of the Vibes in Bridgeport, Connecticut. On December 31, Spears played his final show as The Breakfast's bassist at Electric Company in Utica, New York At Spears's penultimate show two nights prior at Toad's Place, Giangreco joined The Breakfast for four songs to close the performance, including a stellar version of one of the band's most regarded songs, Mooboo's Voodoo, a cover of Emerson, Lake & Palmer's "Karn Evil 9" with Spears on lead vocals. A'Thank You' video montage featuring Spears, the other members of the band, their friends was shown. On January 11, 2008, Chris DeAngelis played his first show as The Breakfast's new bassist at Sully's in Hartford, Connecticut. On September 25, The Breakfast announced that Oestreicher would leave the band at the end of October; the band embarked on a national tour, playing dates as a trio with Palmieri handling guitar and keyboard duties until Oestreicher's final run with The Breakfast, which began on October 13 and culminated with his last show at Docksider Tavern in Erie, Pennsylvania on Oct. 25.

On October 30, RAQ keyboardist Todd Stoops sat in with The Breakfast to begin their yearly Halloween run, The 10th Annual Fonghoulish Freakout, which consisted of that night's performance at The Iron Horse in Northampton, Massachusetts, a show at The'Sco at Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio on October 31, a November 1 show at Higher Ground Showcase Lounge in Burlington, Vermont. The run commemorated The Breakfast's 10th anniversary, featuring the theme of'Cartoonage,' named after one of the band's songs, "Tunage," and consisted of them interspersing notable cartoon theme songs with their own material. On November 7, Giangreco joined The Breakfast for its performance at Bear and Grill in Fairfield, Connecticut, he played with the band for their shows at Middle East Upstairs in Cambridge, Massachusetts on November 28 and at Daniel Street in Milford, Connecticut on November 29. On December 12, The Breakfast announced. Giangreco began his second stint when they played at Mill Street Brews in Southbridge, Massachusetts on December 26.

In the summer of 2009, The Breakfast released the live album, Live As Is, which consists of selected material from the group's February 28 show at The Field in Bridgeport, Connecticut on Palmieri's 30th birthday. On October 31, 2009, the band played its 11th Annual Fonghoulish Freakout show, for which the theme was a celebration of music by Parliament-Funkadelic. Rico Lewis, who played with P-Funk, joined The Breakfast for its second set, composed of P-Funk songs. In October of 2011, The Breakfast announced that it was taking an indefinite hiatus and that the group's final pre-hiatus show would take place at Daniel Street on Oct. 28 as part of the 13th Annual Fonghoulish Freakout. The band played a three-set show and closed the night with one of its fan favorites, "Wild Pack of Asscracks." The Breakfast would return to the stage just a shade more than two months when, on Jan. 13, 2012, they turned in a performance at the Groton Motor Inn in Connecticut. The Breakfast continued to play shows from time to time playing a few more with each subsequent year.

The band has performed 56 concerts since that night in Groton. In April of 2018, The Breakfast announced that it was working on a 20th anniver

Cavendish Mill, Ashton-under-Lyne

Cavendish Mill is a Grade II* listed former cotton spinning mill in Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, in the United Kingdom. It was built between 1884 and 1885 for the Cavendish Spinning Company by Potts, Pickup & Dixon of Oldham. Cavendish Mill was next to the Ashton Canal Warehouse at Portland Basin, it ceased spinning cotton in 1934 and was used for a variety of purposes before it was converted into housing in 1994. Cavendish mill was built on the site of the former Bankfield Mill, separated from Portland Basin on the final section of the Ashton Canal by the site of Tudor Mill, The Cavendish Spinning Company Limited was registered in 1884 to build the Cavendish Mill on the site of the former Bankfield Mill; this was a Potts building. It was six storeys high on the canal side, five on the other, it was the first mill in Ashton to have concrete floors and a flat roof. It is recognisable by the octagonal staircase that surrounds the lower part of the chimney, it was put to other uses. It still stands.

The steam engine was a horizontal twin compound by Hargreaves & Co of Bolton. The machinery was provided by Asa Lees. Between 1911 and 1920 many of the mules were replaced by ring frames so it contained 57,172 mule spindles and 22,588 ring spindles Until 1934, the Cavendish Spinning Company used the mill for spinning coarse and mediums of American cotton, after which it was used for the process of winding artificial silk from synthetic fibres on to weavers beams by the Bentinck Street Silk Works company until 1976, by Twinglass Limited, a double glazing company, to manufacture window frames, it is still standing, having been converted into a resource centre for the community, commercial units and 165 apartments by the Worcester-based Sanctuary Housing Association in 1994. In June 2008 ownership passed to New Charter Housing Trust, a company specialising in managing social housing in Tameside. Among the commercial tenants is Tameside Community Radio Limited. Cavendish Spinning Company Ltd Bentinck Street Silk Works Ltd, rayon processors Twinglass Limited, a manufacturer of double glazed window frames Sanctuary Housing Association New Charter Housing Trust Listed buildings in Ashton-under-Lyne Textile manufacturing Cotton Mill Stott

Nettleton Mill

Nettleton Mill is a Grade II listed mill in Wiltshire, England, on the banks of the Bybrook River, to the southeast of Nettleton. Part of the Castle Combe estate, it was built in 1774 as a farmhouse. Between 1984 and 1986 it was a shooting location for the 1980s cult series Robin of Sherwood; the old ruined farmhouse was refurbished by the new residents in the early 1990s and has been converted into a bed and breakfast cottage. The building is situated in the Cotswolds valley, between Nettleton and Castle Combe, in a village setting, about 13 miles north of Bath; the bridge at Fosse Way over Broadmead Brook is nearby, where signal and native crayfish have been recorded by use of traps. It is surrounded by wooded forest land of about 2.5 hectares. The stream that flows through the property is known for trout fishing. Wildlife is recorded in the vicinity of the mill house; the farmhouse, built in 1774, was in ruins due to disrepair. The milling operations at the Nettleton Mill were discontinued before World War I.

In the 1950s and 60s, the turbine power was utilised at some time when the stream flow became inadequate. It was refurbished, without altering its original design, provided with modern facilities. After the farmhouse was vacated by Connolly Leather Ltd in 1991, the Museum of London evaluated the heritage status of this 18th century building from an archaeological perspective to enable the town Planning Department to register it as a Grade II Listed building, it is now run as a country retreat. The structure is built of local stone; the undershot wheel of the grist mill was replaced by a turbine during the 19th century. The sheds in the annex of the farmhouse were used for storage of farm products; the layout of the building at ground-floor level consists of a high-vaulted drawing room. A conservatory passage leads to the dining space. On the next floor, accessed by a flight of steps, there is a hall with galleries and living accommodation with two bathrooms. There is a wine cellar, room and a utility space.

The structure is roofed with pan tiles

The Good Thief (soundtrack)

The score to the movie The Good Thief was produced and arranged by Elliot Goldenthal. The original score cues were performed by both The London Metropolitan Orchestra and The Irish Film Orchestra. "Minuit" - Cheb Khaled "Lucky Eyes" - Elliot Goldenthal "A Thousand Kisses Deep" - Leonard Cohen "Endorphin Spoon" - Elliot Goldenthal "Verite" - Rachid Taha "Ouverture Francais" - Elliot Goldenthal "Parisian Du Nord" - Cheb Mami and K-Mel "Snake 5" - Elliot Goldenthal "Noir C'est Noir" - Johnny Hallyday "Waltz for Anna" - Elliot Goldenthal "Flashback" - Intense "36 Hadjini Street" - Elliot Goldenthal "Je T'Aime... Moi Non Plus" - Serge Gainsbourg with Jane Birkin "Confession to JC with Love" - Elliot Goldenthal "That's Life" - Bono "Redemption Rehearsal" - Elliot Goldenthal link to review