- Vol.5 "2wink" 3
- Mainly Norfolk: English Folk and Other Good Music
- STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE: LIMITED EDITION (3-CD SET)
Vol.5 "2wink" 3
James Arthur - Falling like the Stars (Lyric Video)come
The series debuted in on the Master System with Phantasy Star , and continues into the present with Phantasy Star Online 2 and other extensions of the Phantasy Star Online sub-series. Each of the games in the series features a science fantasy setting featuring a cross-genre combination of magic and technology. The first four games in the series are set in or related to the fictional planetary system of Algol, and are single-player RPGs. Later titles bearing the Phantasy Star name are for the most part massively multiplayer online games. Phantasy Star Online and Phantasy Star Universe are set in other galaxies, sharing minor canonical links with the original series, mostly in the recurrence of common themes and antagonists. The original series takes place in the Algol Solar System, which consists of four planets: Palma, a fertile agricultural world; Motavia, a desert planet ; Dezoris, an ice planet ; and the mysterious Rykros, whose elongated orbit brings it within visible range only once every thousand years.
Not so for her grieving partner, Juha Raivio of Swallow the Sun. The resulting No Stars Upon the Bridge is a massive and emotionally raw slab of soul killing doom death — as much a vehicle for its creator to work through his grief as an opportunity to share a bit more of Aleah with the world. Composed of 6 main tracks, No Stars Upon the Bridge is broken up by a series of short spoken word interludes using recordings of Aleah. To say he goes all in would be to understate his performance. His unsettling suicidal-depressive blackened crackles and croaking are offset by deep funeral doom groans and growls, with only occasional moments of plaintive clean singing to break up the unrelenting grimness. The riffs feel oppressive and bruising, but are broken up regularly by calm, soothing strumming.
Do not be fooled by the more familiar connotations of its titular designation. The Brook Street Band is glorious. Especially noteworthy are the slow-movement gestures of violinist Rachel Harris, which convince the listener that they were the work of a master of opera. More than an album for Handel completists, this is a strong release from a British group that has consistently issued historically informed Baroque performances of passion and commitment. The BSB include cello alongside harpsichord for the continuo, satisfyingly grounding the texture. The BSB bring a lovely combination of virtuosity and vibrancy to the performances, really engaging the audience and making you want to listen for more. The finest music, of which there is much reaches a peak with the D Major sonata HWV coming across with natural grace and effective articulation.
Ensemble Stars! Unit Song CD 3 Vol. It features two unit songs as well as karaoke versions. Koyoi wa ayashii akumu no yoi Okashi wa motte kita ka na? Tobidashi chau Hora ne jakku o rantan Odemashi sa! Harouin naito!
Mainly Norfolk: English Folk and Other Good Music
STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE: LIMITED EDITION (3-CD SET)
EMI 1. I Will Wait For You 2. Time After Time 3. Wednesday's Child 4. The Music Played 5. Honey on The Vine 6.