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SVJ1 -- SPUN ON EARTH DVD (VJ MIXMAGIK SERIES) Presented by: Spun Rec / Geomagnetic.tv A Film by Dr. Spook Cat: SPUNDVD002 Format: 2-Panel 2disc Amarray Case Barcode: 881034184665 Release: April 2008 01- Deedrah - Goa Sunrise 02- Logic Bomb (aka Alternate Vision) - Theatre Of Magic 03- Eskimo - Open Your Eyes Up 04- Sub6 & Pixel -Navigate Into 05- Wrecked Machines, Domestic & Pixel - A.D.D. 06- Halucinogen - Gamma Goblins (GMS RMX) 07- Skazi - Fire N Ice 08- Talamasca - Speaking Robot [GMS RMX] 09- Soundaholix (aka Earthling & GMS) - The Moon 10- Soundaholix - LSD Story [Infected Mushroom RMX] 11- Phoenix Family & Earthling - Killer Dope [Chromatone RMX] 12- Mindstorm (aka Doctor Spook) - Starstuff http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1539427242901049408 Release Notes: At last! The worlds most popular trance artists together with one of the planets most celebrated psychedelic animators present 12 amazing 3D FX videos perfectly synched to the biggest hits! Each spectacular video abducts you on a SPUN filled journey into Dr. Spook's vivid and exotic imagination set to a fusion of acid techno, deep tribal beats and progressive tunes known worldwide as "GOA" or "Psychedelic" Trance. Spun Records and GeoMagnetic.tv, leaders of this unique art form proudly step forward with this revolutionary DVD. Spun was the 1st to bring Psytrance to Hollywood, the Superbowl broadcast, Sony's Grand Turismo games and now a worldclass achievement with this DVD/CD. Spook has worked with the biggest labels like Arista, Sony, Geffen, Universal, Elton John (Rocket Man Rec), Allman Brother's (Peach Rec), Cartoon Network/Adult Swim, featured in Res Fest and won multiple international awards. Experience Dr. Spook's mind mending full power art adventure in Dolby AC3 Pro Logic Surround Sound. - This DVD is a Complete Party on a Disc - DJs, VJs, Clubs love seamless looping visuals - Hi Res 7 Mbs 24fps 480P Mpeg2 video Encoding - Awesome Dolby AC3 Pro Logic Surround Sound - Made with Oscar Winning animation technology - Compatible with all regions worldwide - Bonus Mix CD with full indexed soundtrack CREDITS Dist: Arabesque (Europe) Solstice Int. (Japan) DVD Produced by Doctor Spook Executive Producer - Seth Hoffman (p) and © Spun Rec / Geomagnetic.tv www.geomagnetic.tv email@example.com
Avril Lavigne was born in Belleville, Ontario on September 27, 1984. to a devout Christian family of French-Canadian descent. Lavigne's mother was the first to spot young Lavigne's talent. At the age of two, Lavigne began singing along with her mother on church songs. The family moved to Napanee, Ontario, when Lavigne was five years old.In 1998, Avril Lavigne won a competition to sing with fellow Canadian singer Shania Twain on her first major concert tour. She appeared alongside Twain at her concert in Ottawa, appearing on stage to sing "What Made You Say That".She was discovered by her first professional manager, Cliff Fabri, while singing country covers at a Chapters bookstore in Kingston, Ontario. During a performance with the Lennox Community Theatre, Lavigne was spotted by local folk singer Steve Medd, who invited her to sing on his song "Touch the Sky" for his 1999 album Quinte Spirit. She also sang on "Temple of Life" and "Two Rivers" for his follow up album, My Window to You, in 2000.At the age of sixteen she was signed by Ken Krongard, the artists-and-repertoire (A&R) representative of Arista Records, who invited the head of Arista, Antonio "L.A." Reid, to hear her sing at the New York City studio of producer Peter Zizzo.She then completed work on her first album, Let Go. The Matrix, who worked extensively with Lavigne on the album, commented on her songwriting, saying, "We had a fabulous and unique experience with Avril, who was then a 16-year-old rapidly growing songwriter with tremendous raw talent. The songs were conceived on piano and guitar by four people: The Matrix (3) and Avril. Avril was instrumental in the songs' creation. We were all very close during the making of the record."[Main article: Let Go (Avril Lavigne album) Let Go was released on June 4, 2002 in the United States, it has reached number two there and number one in Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom. This made Lavigne, at seventeen, the youngest female soloist to have a number-one album in the UK up until that time. The album shows definite pop rock/indie pop roots; however, alternative and post-grunge influences can be heard in some of the songs. Just over one month after its release, Let Go reached multi-platinum status in late-August, and was certified triple platinum two weeks after. Before the end of 2002, just six months after its debut, it was certified four times platinum by the RIAA. It sold a total of 14 million copies worldwide. It was the best selling album of the year for a female artist and for a debut album in 2002. As of December 2007 the album has sold 6.6 million copies in the U.S and more than 16 million worldwide. Four singles from the album were released. The first single, "Complicated" went to number one in Australia, while reaching number two on the U.S. Hot 100, and it was one of the best-selling Canadian singles of 2002. Lavigne tied a record set by Natalie Imbruglia's "Torn" when "Complicated" held the number one spot on the contemporary hit radio chart (which tracks air play on the radio) for eleven weeks in a row. "Sk8er Boi" reached the top ten in the U.S. and Australia, "I'm with You" reached the top ten in the U.S and the UK, and "Losing Grip" reached the top ten in Taiwan and the top twenty in Chile.Lavigne was named "Best New Artist" at the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards, won four Juno Awards in 2003 (out of six nominations), received a World Music Award for "World's Best-Selling Canadian Singer", and was nominated for eight Grammy Awards, including "Song of the Year" for "Complicated" and "Best New Artist". Main article: The Best Damn Thing Lavigne in Hong Kong, 2007. Lavigne in the 2007 MuchMusic Video Awards.Lavigne's third album, The Best Damn Thing, was released on April 17, 2007 and debuted at number one in the U.S. The album was produced by Dr. Luke, Lavigne's husband Deryck Whibley, Rob Cavallo, Butch Walker and Lavigne. Travis Barker recorded drums for the record. The first single from the album was "Girlfriend", which became Lavigne's first single to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100. On Ryan Seacrest's radio show Lavigne said that "When You're Gone" would be the second single. Avril's third single from the album is "Hot". This album has a high punk-pop influence, with punk rock guitar riffs and poppy choruses. "Girlfriend" has been used as the theme song for the Japanese hosted talk show Cartoon KAT-TUN. On May 2, 2007, she made a guest appearance during the show. She played a game of darts with the KAT-TUN group. Lavigne has been doing a small tour to promote The Best Damn Thing, with tickets available only to members of her fan club. She began the tour in Calgary, Alberta, and played for a crowd of around two hundred. This show was aired on television on April 2, 2007, on the CBC Network. The album had sold a total of 4.1 million copies worldwide in by December 2007.
BCB Band sings That's What I Get by BR549. If you have never heard BR549 I think they are fantastic even they did not make big commerically. With a name borrowed from a Hee Haw sketch, BR549 gained a rabid following from its nightly four-hour gigs at Robert's Western World, a bar and boot store located in the heart of Nashville's Lower Broadway area. Soon celebrities were stopping by to listen to the band's extended sets of and obscure country and rockabilly songs, as well as stylish original pieces. All this activity earned the band national press coverage. In short order, BR549 -- there used to be a hyphen but not anymore -- signed with Arista Records' Nashville division and released the six-song EP Live From Robert's. BR549, the band's first studio album, won ecstatic critical praise and an opening slot on Bob Dylan's 1997 tour. They've also shared the bill with Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, George Jones and George Strait. Despite appearances on late night network talk shows, frequent Opry appearances, a total of five albums and two record deals, the quintet failed to find a mainstream audience. In 2003, with a change in the lineup, the band opened select dates for Marty Stuart and Merle Haggard's Electric Barnyard tour. A new studio album is due in early 2004.
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http://www.secretaffair.info/Secret Affair was a mod revival band, formed in 1978 and disbanding in 1982, reforming to perform and record in the 2000s. In a period of a little over two years, they posted five releases in the UK Singles Chart, and released three albums. The debut single "Time For Action" sold 198,000 copies and reached number 13 in the UK chart, putting them at the forefront of the mod revival movement. More chart success followed with "Let Your Heart Dance", "My World" and "Sound Of Confusion". Formed after the demise of the CBS Records signed power pop band New Hearts, singer Ian Page and guitarist Dave Cairns spent the second half of 1978 writing songs that would form the basis of the first two Secret Affair albums. They also drew up plans for a smart-dressing youth movement - the Glory Boys -- based around the of 1960s gangster chic, influenced by the movie, Performance. After spending January 1979 demoing songs, Page and Cairns enlisted the services of bassist Dennis Smith from the power pop band Advertising and Young Bucks drummer Seb Shelton. Saxophone player Dave Winthrop would join later in the year. From their very first gig, opening for The Jam at Reading University in February 1979, the band were adopted by a group of East End mods, who readily embraced Page's Glory Boy concept. This group of fans began referring to themselves as Glory Boys, often tattooing the name on their arms or inner lips as a badge of allegiance. Secret Affair had become so closely linked to the emerging mod revival that in March 1979 Cairns wrote what would become the youth movement's main anthem, "Time For Action". Just a few months later, Secret Affair had signed to Arista Records and "Time For Action" was in the chart. It was soon followed into the charts by "Let Your Heart Dance", "My World" and "Sound Of Confusion". Their first two albums, Glory Boys (December 1979) and Behind Closed Doors (September 1980), with its more complex orchestrated arrangements, proved successful and in their first year Secret Affair regularly appeared on the BBC Television show Top Of The Pops, and were cover stars of many UK music magazines, including New Musical Express, Sounds and Smash Hits. The music videos for several of their songs were directed by Steve Barron. Likened to Jimmy Pursey, Page was asked to appear on UK television programmes and was viewed as an articulate spokesman for his generation, although his opinionated views alienated as many potential fans as they won over. The mod movement that had swept Secret Affair into the pop charts had all but evaporated by mid 1980, losing out to the rival 2 Tone fashion movement, and after the release of the band's second album, drummer Shelton quit to join the "Come On Eileen" era Dexys Midnight Runners. Secret Affair regrouped, recruiting ex-Advertising drummer Paul Bultitude and embarking on a lengthy tour of the United States, before returning in late 1981 with their final chart hit, "Do You Know". One more single followed, "Lost In The Night", before the release of Business As Usual, an album that saw the band return to the rock-soul fusion of their earlier work. Although a spirited album, it was a commercial failure and Secret Affair split-up midway through 1982. Cairns went on to form a band called Flag, with Archie Brown from The Bureau and signed a recording contract in the U.S. He subsequently teamed up with Scottish singer Alan King in Walk on Fire, writing the majority of the band's material and playing keyboards on their tours. Signing to MCA in the U.S., they released the album Blind Faith in 1990 and toured supporting Foreigner, Nils Lofgren and the Dan Reed Network before Cairns joined Gibson Guitars USA as Special Projects Manager. Page released two solo singles before leaving the music industry. In June 2002, Page, Cairns, Smith, Bultitude and Winthrop reformed for three gigs, including a performance at London's Shepherds Bush Empire. They returned in June the following year, playing at The Scala in Islington to promote the release of Time For Action: The Anthology (Sanctuary), a major CD retrospective of hits, rarities and previously unreleased tracks. The concert was filmed and released on DVD. In 2006 Page and Cairns attempted to mend their sometimes fractious relationship and started work on a fourth Secret Affair album, recording five new songs. The album remains unfinished as of July 2008; however Page and Cairns are performing as Secret Affair at The Isle of Wight Scooter Rally, on 22 August, and at The London Astoria 2, on 13 September 2008. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secret_Affair