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Suicidal Tendencies - No Mercy Fool!/The Suicidal Family

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Pardners In Rhyme

Pardners In Rhyme

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Recording information: Sound Stage Studios, Nashville, TN; Young 'Un Sound, Nashville, TN. Photographer: Jim McGuire. Unknown Contributor Roles: Chip Young; Kathryn Plummer; Lennie Haight; Dennis Molchan; Eberhard Ramm; John Borg; David Briggs; Mike Lech; Stephanie Woolf; Chris Teal; Jerry Kennedy; John Catchings; Mike Leech; The Nashville String Machine; Pete Wade; Ray Edenton; Weldon Myrick; George Binkley III; Roy Christensen; Virginia Christensen; Kenny Malone; Carl Gorodetzky; Pamela Sixfin; Jerry Carrigan; Lee Larrison; Gary VanOsdale; Buddy Spicher. Arranger: Bergen White. The Statlers notched three consecutive Top Ten hits from Pardners in Rhyme, including the chart-topping Too Much on My Heart, Sweeter and Sweeter, and a cover of Ricky Nelson's Hello Mary Lou. ~ Jason Ankeny


The Routine

The Routine

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Hotwire: Rus Martin (vocals); Gabe Garcia (guitar); Chris Strauser (bass); Brian Borg (drums). Recorded at Sound City, Van Nuys, California. Personnel: Russ Martin (vocals, guitar); Gabe Garcia (guitar); Brian Borg (drums). Audio Mixer: Matt Hyde. Recording information: Sound City Studios, Van Nuys, CA. Editors: Paul Forgues; Edmond Monsef; Dan Druff; Mike Terry. Photographer: Marina Chavez. While The Routine is wrapped up in the trappings of a major-label release - with its liners listing out business managers, guitar and drum technicians, and no less than five engineers - Hotwire's debut full-length manages to avoid most of the after-market tinkering that made disappointing sound-alikes out of their suburban Cali counterparts in Hoobastank and Audiovent. Sure, The Routine channels the same mixture of Deftones rage and Incubus yearning. But together with producer Matt Hyde (Fu Manchu, Hatebreed), Hotwire's Russ Martin (vocals/guitar), Brian Borg (drums), Chris Strauser (bass), and Gabe Garcia (guitar) have made a debut that shows actual promise, instead of simply sticking with what's been proven to work. And in a post-grunge climate with clearly defined boundaries, that counts as a compliment. The post-hardcore one-two punch of Not Today and Invisible tears open The Routine with aggressive dynamic shifts and very little filler, while Nice Profile works on opening the cut with a fist-pumping chorus that can be forgiven for sounding like the soundtrack to a beer commercial. The ballads of the album's middle suffer, since there is nothing in either Martin's indistinct croon or the band's plodding riffs to separate them from contemporaries like Chevelle. (That said, Say What You Want does include a gorgeous acoustic coda that's a nice break before The Routine's second half.) Bogged down as it is with a directionless midsection, Hotwire's debut isn't ultimately as successful as its first half would suggest. But as The Routine draws to a close, screamers like


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A New York Times bestselling novel of international suspense and terror from the author of Edge of Eternity and Eye of the Needle. As Egypt comes closer and closer to developing a nuclear bomb, the Mossad’s number one Israeli agent is given an impossible mission: to beat the Arabs in the nuclear arms race by finding and stealing two hundred tons of uranium. The world’s balance of power will shift. And the Mossad, the KGB, the Egyptians, and Fedayeen terrorists will play out the final, violent moves in this devastating game where the price of failure is a nuclear holocaust. . . . From the Paperback edition.

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Kim Hadleigh original - not for sale
Black PVC leggings and the real deal biker jacket by Kim Hadleigh - vintage - one of a pair, the other one was said to have been for Jon Bon Jovi Quotes from Hadleigh "So out of sheer need, namely starvation, I started experimenting with scarps of leather & managed to get a little stall in Camden Lock market. I was 23 years, married & living in a bed-sit in Kilburn. Before I could say Jack Kerouac I found myself supplying shops in the, then trendy, Kings Road & opened my first store in Covent Garden, which was called Kim Hadleigh designs. I was married to Kim so I thought it was nice to name the label after her. My shit with Kim didn't really work out. Mainly because she is a girl & I do not understand the fraternity. The label was really quite successful. All the 80s rock gods were customers & used to come down buy a bunch of stuff & give us loads of money & in turn we would kindly give it our landlord & taxman for rent, rates, vat &...
Red Jaguar Mark 1: Chrome "pouncing Jaguar" statuette on front of the hood
The owner of this car posted a comment describing it thus (with added links to photos of what's being described): Hey Guys, thanks for noticing my car! 1958 MK1 3.4 Auto. I did add spoked wheels as the pressed steel rims were warped and not safe. I could not find originals and I like the spoked better. The cut away spats are in fact original to the 3.4 model, the earlier 2.4 had the full spats. I am sure the MK2 spats do not fit this car. I have the chrome for the front and rear windscreens but I think the prior owner put the wrong rubber seals so at present cannot be installed. The doors/windows are completely original and not the same as the MK2. Thank you again, she has had much suspension and breaking work and is cruising around with ease. Pasting then from Wikipedia: Jaguar Mark 1: • • • • • • Manufacturer Jaguar Cars • Production 1955–1959 37,397 produced[1] • Predecessor Jaguar 1½ Litre saloon • Successor Jaguar Mark 2 • Body style(s) Saloon • Engine(s) 2483 cc XK...
Red Jaguar Mark 1: Back left fender
The owner of this car posted a comment describing it thus (with added links to photos of what's being described): Hey Guys, thanks for noticing my car! 1958 MK1 3.4 Auto. I did add spoked wheels as the pressed steel rims were warped and not safe. I could not find originals and I like the spoked better. The cut away spats are in fact original to the 3.4 model, the earlier 2.4 had the full spats. I am sure the MK2 spats do not fit this car. I have the chrome for the front and rear windscreens but I think the prior owner put the wrong rubber seals so at present cannot be installed. The doors/windows are completely original and not the same as the MK2. Thank you again, she has had much suspension and breaking work and is cruising around with ease. Pasting then from Wikipedia: Jaguar Mark 1: • • • • • • Manufacturer Jaguar Cars • Production 1955–1959 37,397 produced[1] • Predecessor Jaguar 1½ Litre saloon • Successor Jaguar Mark 2 • Body style(s) Saloon • Engine(s) 2483 cc XK...

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