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• Post one quotation a day for three days (they can be from other sources or one of your own). • Nominate 3 other bloggers to participate per post. • Thank the blogger who nominated you. This is day 2 of the 3-Day Quote challenge! I present the second quote.
When I was little, I did not understand the main issue of the movie, Pokemon: the First Movie. Now looking back, this movie was dealt with many important themes and there were some parts that hit me like a brick. Meowth, does have a point in this scene. Instead of looking at someone and trying to see what’s the difference, we should try to look at what we have in common.
We are not so different than we appear. Nominees: Posted in Tagged. I want to thank for nominating me for the 3-Day Quote Challenge!
It’s been a long time since I ever did this challenge. Just like before, I will post three different quotes I think they are interesting and I will nominate 3 random bloggers to do this challenge, if they wish to accept this. Once again, thank you charliiandmeg, you are best out there ^^. Check out their site and meet and. • Post one quotation a day for three days (they can be from other sources or one of your own). • Nominate 3 other bloggers to participate per post.
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It has been very stressful; however, I am never gonna let this stress get in the way of my blog or talking to my friends. This TGIF post will be about the anime Bleach. I have done in the past a Naruto, Dragon Ball Z, Fullmetal Alchemist and other random anime and not one about Bleach. Since the manga will be a while until it reaches the conclusion and the new app game Bleach: Brave Souls has recently been released globally for and, I decided to make this special post on the substitute Soul Reaper and his friends and foes. Don’t worry, there will also be other random pictures as well.
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Anime director Tomohiko Ito and character designer Shingo Adachi reunite to make an anime film of Reki Kawahara’s light novel Sword Art Online. The film will be taking place after the Mother Rosario arc, after Sword Art Online II. Ito, who is also working on the anime ERASED, mentions that the film is storyboarded and the completion of it’s scenario.
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• • • • Length 74: 22 chronology (1992) 1992 Selected Ambient Works 85–92 (1992) (1992) 1992 Selected Ambient Works 85–92 is the debut by the English electronic musician Richard D. James under the of, released on 12 February 1992 by, an imprint of the more prominent label. The 1992 LP was James' third release overall, and collected tracks dating back as early as 1985. An analogue remaster was released in 2006, and a digital remaster in 2008. Selected Ambient Works 85–92 received widespread acclaim and has been characterised as a landmark of,, and. It was followed by (1994). On the week ending 27 September 2014, the album entered at #30 in the after the release of his 2014 album.
Contents • • • • • • • • • Background [ ] James was born in Limerick, Ireland and grew up in with two older sisters, in a 'very happy' childhood during which they 'were pretty much left to do what [they] wanted'. He enjoyed living there, feeling apart from nearby cities and the rest of the world. James attended in, and claimed to have won 50 pounds in a competition to make a program that produced sound on a (a machine with no sound hardware) at age 11. He subsequently created music using a and a sampler. As a teenager James gained a cult following being a at the Shire Horse Inn in, with at the Bowgie Inn in and along the beaches around Cornwall, learning new musical techniques.
He studied at from 1988 to 1990 for a in engineering. About his studies, he said 'music and electronics went hand in hand'. James graduated from college; according to an engineering lecturer he often wore headphones during practical lessons, 'no doubt thinking through the mixes he'd be working on later'.
James' first release as Aphex Twin, later changed to AFX, was the 1991 12-inch on. In 1991, James and Grant Wilson-Claridge founded to promote 'innovation in the dynamics of — a much-loved and misunderstood genre of forgotten by some and indeed new to others, especially in Britain'. He wrote ' to clear up his audience after a rave. From 1991 to 1993 James released two Analogue Bubblebath EPs as AFX and an EP,, as Bradley Strider. Although he moved to London to take an course at, he admitted to that his electronics studies were being evacuated as he pursued a career in the genre. Although he allegedly lived on the in, during his early years there, he actually resided in a nearby unoccupied bank. While performing at clubs and with a small underground following, James went on to release SAW 85–92, which was mostly recorded before he started DJing and consisted of instrumental songs that were mostly beat-oriented.
According to musician Benjamin Middleton, James began producing music at age 12. Install Maplestory On Usb. James said he composed ambient techno music the following year. In an interview with Q Magazine in 2014, James stated that the ambient track 'i' emerged from those early recordings. Structure [ ]. Album version, as it appeared on Selected Ambient Works 85–92 Problems playing this file?
Although Selected Ambient Works is primarily instrumental, many of the songs use. 'Xtal' includes a repeating female vocal sample along with interchanging ambient sounds, while 'Tha' has clips of several people talking.
'We Are the Music Makers' features Gene Wilder's recitation of 'We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams' from Arthur O'Shaughnessy's poem, as featured in the 1971 film. 'Green Calx' contains samples from: the 's popping eyes during the 6000 SUX TV ad, the ED-209 robot trying to go downstairs without success, and the sound of RoboCop browsing faces of criminals in the police archives computer. 'Green Calx' also contains a faint sample of the vocal from 'Fodderstompf' by, as well as distortion of the opening titles of 's 1982 film. Reception and legacy [ ] Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating 9.4/10 9/10 Selected Ambient Works 85–92 was released on 12 February 1992 by Apollo, a subdivision of Belgian record label R&S Records.
James departed from R&S Records after the release of SAW 85–92 to focus on Rephlex Records. Selected Ambient Works has been critically acclaimed for its beat-driven, simple and atmospheric nature, and many reviewers suggested that James developed from the works of, to whom the electronic musician had not listened until he made his early recordings. John Bush of felt Ambient Works is sparse with eerie synth lines and narrow percussion and described it as a 'watershed of ambient music'. He noticed the album's poor sound quality since it was recorded onto a cassette damaged by a cat.
When it was reissued by PIAS America in 2002, David M. Pecoraro of likened its synth tones to a professional dancer and appreciated the album as 'among the most interesting music ever created with a keyboard and a computer' despite its 'primitive origins'. 's Pat Blashill thought the album combined minimal drums and bass with abundant soundscapes.
Eric Weisbard and Craig Marks, authors of the Spin Alternative Record Guide, gave it a 9 rating and called James a 'noise-for-noise's sake'. Widely regarded by critics as one of the pioneering works in early IDM and modern electronic music, retrospective reviews mention its influence on electronic artists. Refers to it as 'the birthplace and the benchmark of modern electronic music' and has stated that 'every home should have a copy.' In 2003, the album was placed #92 in 'NME's 100 Best Albums' poll. Nine years later, it was named the greatest album of the 1990s. The album was also featured in the book.
A remastered SAW 85–92 Compact Disc was released by Apollo/R&S Records on 8 April 2008. The remastered 12' vinyl record was released in 2006. Track listing [ ] All tracks composed and arranged. Title Length 1.
'Xtal' 4:54 2. 'Tha' 9:06 3.
'Pulsewidth' 3:46 4. 'Ageispolis' 5:23 5. 'Green Calx' 6:05 7. 'Heliosphan' 4:51 8. 'We Are the Music Makers' 7:43 9.
'Schottkey 7th Path' 5:08 10. 'Ptolemy' 7:10 11. 'Hedphelym' 6:00 12. 'Delphium' 5:26 13. 'Actium' 7:32 Personnel [ ] Credits from Selected Ambient Works 85–92 taken from liner notes.
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