The Day After Tomorrow
The Day After Tomorrow is a 2004 American science-fiction disaster film co-written and produced by Roland Emmerich and starring Dennis Quaid, Jake Gyllenhaal, Ian Holm, Emmy Rossum, Sela Ward. It is based on the book The Coming Global Superstorm by Whitley Strieber; the film depicts catastrophic climatic effects following the disruption of the North Atlantic Ocean circulation in a series of extreme weather events that usher in global cooling and lead to a new ice age. Slated for release in the summer of 2003, The Day After Tomorrow premiered in Mexico City on May 17, 2004, was released in the United States on May 28, 2004. A major commercial success, the film became the sixth highest-grossing film of 2004. Filmed in Toronto and Montreal, it is the highest-grossing Hollywood film made in Canada, it received mixed reviews upon release, with critics praising the film's special effects but criticizing its writing and numerous scientific inaccuracies. Jack Hall, an American paleoclimatologist, his colleagues Frank and Jason, drill for ice-core samples in the Larsen Ice Shelf for the NOAA, when the shelf breaks apart.
Jack warns of impending global warming at a UN conference in New Delhi, but US Vice President Raymond Becker dismisses his concerns. Professor Terry Rapson, an oceanographer of the Hedland Centre in Scotland befriends Jack over his views of an inevitable climate shift; when several buoys in the Atlantic Ocean show a severe ocean temperature drop, Rapson concludes Jack's theories are correct. Jack's and Rapson's teams, along with NASA meteorologist Janet Tokada, build a forecast model based on Jack's research. A massive storm system develops in the northern hemisphere, splitting into three gigantic hurricane-like superstorms above Canada and Siberia; the storms pull frozen air from the upper troposphere into their center, flash-freezing anything caught in their eyes with temperatures below −150 degrees Fahrenheit. Meanwhile, the weather worsens across the world. Following this, President Blake issues an executive order for the FAA to ground all air traffic across the country. In New York City, Jack's son Sam, his friends Brian Parks and Laura Chapman participate in an academic decathlon, where they meet new friend JD.
New York is soon caught in the North American storm and the weather becomes progressively more violent, resulting in a massive storm surge flooding Manhattan. This forces Sam's group to seek shelter at the New York Public Library, but not before Laura accidentally cuts her leg. While cellphone communications are down, Sam is able to contact Jack and his mother Lucy, a physician, through a working payphone. Rapson and his team perish in the European storm. Lucy remains in a hospital caring for bed-ridden children, where she and her patients are rescued by the authorities. Upon Jack's suggestion, Blake orders the southern states to be evacuated into Mexico. With the storm having now reached Washington, Blake perishes after his motorcade is caught in it, making Becker the new President. Jack and Frank make their way to New York against all odds. In Pennsylvania, Frank falls through the skylight of a mall, cutting his rope to prevent his friends from falling in after him. In the library, most survivors, upon seeing many survivors from other structures deciding to head south after the floodwater outside freezes over, decide to follow suit in spite of Sam's warnings, are found frozen to death by Jack and Jason.
Laura develops blood poisoning from her injury, whereupon Sam, JD scour a Russian cargo vessel that had drifted into the city for penicillin, fending off a pack of wolves which escaped from Central Park Zoo. The eye of the North American storm arrives, freezing Manhattan solid, but Sam's group make it inside just in time. Jack and Jason take shelter in an abandoned Wendy's restaurant. Days the superstorms dissipate. Jack and Jason reach the library, finding Sam's group alive. Becker, in his first address as President, apologizes on television for his ignorance, vowing to send helicopters to rescue survivors in the northern states. Jack and Sam's group are picked up in Manhattan. On the International Space Station, astronauts look down in awe at the transformed surface of the Earth, now with ice caps extending across the northern hemisphere; the Day After Tomorrow was inspired by Coast to Coast AM talk-radio host Art Bell and Whitley Strieber's book, The Coming Global Superstorm, Strieber wrote the film's novelization.
Before and during the film's release, members of environmental and political advocacy groups distributed pamphlets to moviegoers describing the possible effects of global warming. Although the film depicts effects of global warming predicted by scientists, it depicts their occurrence more and than what is considered scientifically plausible. To choose a studio, writer Michael Wimer created an auction. A copy of the script was sent to all major studios along with a term sheet, they had 24 hours to decide whether to produce the movie with Rolan
Real Gone (album)
Real Gone is the 15th studio album by Tom Waits, released October 3, 2004 in Europe, October 5 in United States on the ANTI- label. The album was supported by the Real Gone Tour, playing sold out locations in North America and Europe in October and November 2004; the album features some of the few political songs Waits has written, the most explicit being "Day After Tomorrow", a song Waits has described as an "elliptical" protest against the Iraq War. It was chosen by the editors of Harp Magazine as the best album of 2004. A remixed, remastered version of the album was released by ANTI- on November 22, 2017, with the remastering process overseen by Tom Waits and Kathleen Brennan. All songs written by Kathleen Brennan. "Top of the Hill" – 4:55 "Hoist That Rag" – 4:20 "Sins of My Father" – 10:36 "Shake It" – 3:52 "Don't Go into That Barn" – 5:22 "How's It Gonna End" – 4:51 "Metropolitan Glide" – 4:13 "Dead and Lovely" – 5:40 "Circus" – 3:56 "Trampled Rose" – 3:58 "Green Grass" – 3:13 "Baby Gonna Leave Me" – 4:29 "Clang Boom Steam" – 0:46 "Make It Rain" – 3:39 "Day After Tomorrow" – 6:56 "Chick a Boom" – 1:17 Brain – percussion, claps Les Claypool – bass Harry K. Cody – guitar, banjo Mark Howard – bells, claps Marc Ribot – guitar, cigar box banjo Larry Taylor – bass, guitar Casey Waits – drums, percussion, claps Tom Waits – vocals, chamberlin, shakers, beatboxing Trisha Wilson – claps
The Second You Sleep
The Second You Sleep is the debut studio album by Danish rock band Saybia. All lyrics written by Søren Huss. Søren Huss – vocals, acoustic guitar Jeppe Langebek Knudsen – bass Palle Sørensen – drums Sebastian Sandstrøm – guitar Jess Jenson – keyboards International fansite Official website
Day After Tomorrow (Joan Baez album)
Day After Tomorrow is a studio album by American singer and musician Joan Baez, released in 2008, her first one in 5 years. The album features songs written by such composers as Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, T Bone Burnett, Patty Griffin, Thea Gilmore and Steve Earle. Steve Earle produced the album, it was recorded in Nashville between December 2007 and March 2008. The album is released by Razor & Tie in North America, it debuted on the UK Albums Chart at number 100. In the US it became her first charting album in 29 years, reaching number 128 on the Billboard 200 in its opening week, it was nominated for a Grammy. "God Is God" – 3:29 "Rose of Sharon" – 3:34 "Scarlet Tide" – 2:25 "Day After Tomorrow" – 5:31 "Henry Russell's Last Words" – 3:37 "I Am A Wanderer" – 2:30 "Mary" – 3:54 "Requiem" – 3:55 "The Lower Road" – 4:11 "Jericho Road" – 3:29 Joan Baez – vocals, guitar Steve Earle – guitar, background vocals, tamboura Viktor Krauss – bass Kenny Malone – drums, percussion Tim O'Brien – fiddle, bouzouki, background vocals Darrell Scott – guitar, bouzouki, Hawaiian guitar, resonator guitar, background vocals Thea Gilmore – harmony vocals Siobhan Maher Kennedy – harmony vocals Observer Music Monthly Proper Records website
Nobody Else is the third studio album by British boy band Take That. It was released in early May 1995 in Europe and Asia and on 15 August 1995 in North America, it would become Take That's last studio album to be recorded before they disbanded in 1996. The album includes the singles "Sure", "Back for Good" and "Never Forget"; the album sold six million copies Worldwide. Nobody Else was released on 8 May 1995, it would become Take That's last studio album to be recorded before they disbanded in 1996. In the UK the album debuted at number one. Nobody Else became the last album to feature Robbie Williams until his return to the band in 2010 for Progress; the album spawned three UK number one singles: "Sure", "Back for Good", which went to number one in over 31 countries worldwide, "Never Forget". "Every Guy" was issued as a promotional single, "Sunday to Saturday" was issued as a single in Japan instead of "Never Forget" where it reached number 9. The single release of "Never Forget" in July 1995 marked the departure of Robbie Williams, who started a solo career the following year.
The album reached number one in the UK, Dutch, Finnish, Austrian and Swiss charts, was released in America by Arista Records on 15 August 1995, albeit with a different track listing, switching out four album tracks for three singles from Everything Changes: "Pray", "Babe" and "Love Ain't Here Anymore". For the album's American release, its cover was replaced by a picture of the group which excluded Williams. In support of the album, the band went on the Nobody Else Tour, playing 31 dates across countries such as the UK, Thailand and Japan. Footage from the concert was released on video, entitled Nobody Else: The Movie; the album has been certified 2× Platinum in the UK. The track "All That Matters to Me" appears on the Japanese edition of the album. Steve Anderson – keyboards, drums Gary Barlow – vocals, producer, programmer Greg Bone – guitar Brothers in Rhythm – producer Chris Cameron – programmer Howard Donald – vocals, songwriter Mathew Donaldson – photographer Andy Duncan – percussion Steve McNichol – assistant engineer Richard Niles – strings, brass Tessa Niles – additional vocals Neil Oldfield – guitar Jason Orange – vocals Mark Owen – vocals, songwriter Phil Palmer – guitar Morgan Penn – art direction Chris Porter – producer Tom O'Sullivan – photographer Robert Walker – photographer Tim Weidner – programmer Robbie Williams – vocals, songwriter Paul Wright – engineer
The Other Side of Down
The Other Side of Down is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter David Archuleta. It was the final album for Jive Records; the album was promoted in Southeast Asia by Asian Tour, which began in July 2011. The album release date was first set to September 14, 2010, but it was pushed to October 5, 2010. On that day, the album was released in the United States, under Jive Records in three editions: a standard CD only edition, a deluxe CD+DVD edition and a Fan Edition exclusive to David's official site; the Fan Edition includes not only the deluxe CD+DVD edition, but a 4" by 6" picture window, four high quality photos of David himself in 2 double-sided 4" by 6" pictures, one picture hand-initialed by David, an album-exclusive friendship bracelet - all packaged in a deluxe 7" by 7" memory box. Pre-orderers of the Fan Edition received a free instant MP3 download of the album's lead single, "Something'Bout Love" and instant enrollment into a contest draw for an HD Flip Video camera containing footage of David.
The deluxe version DVD contains four videos: the album photoshoot, a Q&A session, the music video for "Something'Bout Love" and the making of the video. The album released in Japan,on November, 2010, featuring a bonus track: "Nothing Else Better to Do". "The Other Side of Down" was re-released in a re-packaged version titled The Other Side of Down: Asian Tour Edition, while David was touring in Asia. This version of the album features four brand new tracks, plus the previous released song "Zero Gravity", became available on July 19, 2011 on Asia, it presents a new logo, a new photoshoot by Matt Clayton, includes a lyric booklet, a DVD containing karaoke versions of four David hits. Only "Something'Bout Love" was released as an official single from the album, became available as a digital download. Other songs were released as radio singles with no official music videos. After the re-release of the album in Asia, under the name The Other Side of Down: Asian Tour Edition, Archuleta announced that he will release the track "Wait" as a single.
An official music video for the song was filmed in Hong Kong in the beginning of November 2011 and premiered on Christmas Day, December 25, 2011). Something'Bout Love was released as the album's lead single; the song could be previewed via Archuleta's Official Mobile Fan Club on June 28, 2010. On July 1, "Something'Bout Love" started streaming on Archuleta's official website; the single was released via digital download on July 20, 2010. The music video, filmed on July 16, premiered on August 5, 2010 at VEVO. Elevator was announced in early September to be the album's second single, it was released to airplay on September 14, 2010. Archuleta stated that he wanted to make a music video for the song in October 2010 video was shot for the song. Falling Stars was released as a radio single on October 29, 2010 and it is the last single from the main edition of the album. Everything & More was released on a radio station in Singapore and it is a promotional single from the re-release of the album: The Other Side of Down: Asian Tour Edition.
Wait is one of the bonus tracks from The Other Side of Down: Asian Tour Edition. Archuleta announced on a video-blog in October 2011 that he was going to shoot a music video for the song; the music video was shot in Hong Kong on November 2, 2011 and premiered on Channel V on Christmas Day. It was made available on YouTube by Channel V on December 29, one day after Archuleta's 21st birthday; the album sold 24,000 copies in its first week of its release, debuting at number thirteen on the US Billboard 200 and had sold a total of 63,000 copies as of January 7, 2011. In Canada, the album peaked at number 68 on the Canadian Albums Chart; the critical reception for The Other Side of Down has been positive. Entertainment Weekly gave the album a B, praising Stomping the Roses and Elevator and stating that " vocals gleam with dewy naïveté". Newsweek praised Archuleta for "finally acting his age" and liked the "playful bits" such as Something'Bout Love and Parachutes & Airplanes. Several Idol-related blogs had high praises for the album such as Idol Wild which called it an "extremely strong, albeit safe album" and stated they were "blown away by how much David appears to have matured both and musically on this disc".
Stephen Thomas Erlewine of allmusic gave the album mixed reviews, stating "Archuleta is a follower, not an innovator, but he’s sharp enough to hire collaborators to coax comfortable commercial pop out of him -- something, much more difficult than it appears." He gave the album 3 stars out of 5
The Day After Tomorrow (Maino album)
The Day After Tomorrow is the second studio album of American hip hop recording artist Maino. The album was released on February 2012 via Atlantic Records and E1 Music; the album features guest appearances from T. I. Meek Mill, Roscoe Dash and Lloyd Banks among others; the album was scheduled to be released on October 4, 2011 but it got pushed back to February 28, 2012. In preparation for the album's release, Maino released a promotional mixtape titled I Am Who I Am, on January 26, 2012; the mixtape included the remix to "Let It Fly" and "Cream" featuring T. I. and Meek Mill. "Let It Fly" was released as the album's lead single on June 14, 2011. The song features Roscoe Dash, the music video, directed by Michael Dispenza, premiered on August 1, 2011; the second single from the album, "That Could Be Us" featuring Robbie Nova, was released on October 18, 2011. The album's third single was "The Day After Tomorrow" and was released to U. S. urban radio on March 6, 2012. The album debuted at number 94 on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 6,300 copies in the United States.
In its second week, the album sold another 2,200 copies total at 8,500