Various - The Summer They Blew Up The Moon mp3 album
Honey, I Blew Up the Kid is a 1992 American comedy science fiction film and the sequel to the 1989 film Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.
Walk the Moon is the self-titled second studio album by American rock band Walk the Moon. It was released on June 19, 2012, by RCA Records. The first single, "Anna Sun", peaked at number 10 on the Billboard Alternative chart and number 20 on the Billboard Rock Songs chart. The second single, "Tightrope," was used in a commercial for the HP Envy 4 Ultrabook computer and was also featured in the game Saints Row IV. "Quesadilla" was featured in the game FIFA 13.
Album: Sorry About Tomorrow, Original Release Date: 2002-03-12.
When we say blow up, we don’t just mean slightly-blow-up. Sure, it won’t look as pretty or as spherical as our modern Moon, but it will be pretty similar in its gravitational effect on Earth. No, what we (or, more specifically, our future selves) want to do is completely get rid of the Moon. With the fragments of the Moon too small to gravitationally bond together, they begin to spread out. First, a large number of them head towards Earth, raining molten Moon rock down on our planet. Cities are destroyed, countries are wiped off the map, and we begin to wonder if blowing up the Moon was such a brilliant idea. The remaining Moon material enters orbit around the world, forming a ring around our planet. But, like Saturn’s ring, it doesn’t just stay there.
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The Night They Blew Up The Moon. children go to sleep, your mother's been working all week. doing the dishes and breaking off switches. sugar coated so sweet. a beauty that goes so damn deep. someday you'll understand the master plan. take the next bus to the safest place. take the next ship into outer space.
The Warriors Blew a 3-1 Lead refers to a series of jokes about how the NBA’s Golden State Warriors lost the 2016 NBA Finals to the Cleveland Cavaliers after having three wins against Cleveland’s one in the Best-of-Seven series. That season, Golden State set the record for wins in the regular season with 73, and had the league’s first-ever unanimous Most Valuable Player in Steph Curry. Despite needing only one more victory to win the championship, Golden State lost the following three games and the series. The jokes continued throughout the summer of 2016 during the NBA offseason. On September 13th, Ohio sports blog Waiting For Next Year did the same.
He blew up during the dawn of the blog rap era on the strength of Day ‘N’ Nite, which surfaced in late 2007, prior to his signing to Kanye West’s . Fleeting and peculiar, Dot da Genius’ production channeled the paranoia of its protagonist: the lonely stoner. It didn’t sound like anything else, and was indicative of where the genre would head in the next decade, with more rappers taking the liberty to dabble in different genres. For example, his first album and its follow up, Man on the Moon ll: The Legend of Mr. Rager, debuted at numbers four and three on the . Billboard 200 chart, earning averages of 71 and 69 on Metacritic. Though WZRD also debuted at number three on the Billboard 200, it sold just 66,000 units in its first week (compared to 104,000 for his first album and 169,000 for his second), and the average Metacritic score dropped considerably to 50.
|A1||–Brigitte Fontaine||Le Six Septembre|
|A2||–Johnny Twilly||The Whirlwind's Prayer|
|A3||–Panom Napporn||Sao Ban Pok Pab|
|A4||–Virgil Caine||The Great Lunar Oil Strike, 1976|
|A5||–Fats Domino||I'm Gonna Be A Wheel ASome Day|
|A9||–Compton Jones & Family||Old Dick Jones Is Dead & Gone|
|B1||–Wilbert Harrison||Happy In Love|
|B2||–79ers Gang||Wrong Part Of Town|
|B3||–Ernest Jones||Condition Of The World|
|B4||–Lee Fields||Pork Chop Express|
|B5||–เรียม ดาราน้อย||Fai Yen|
|B6||–Deacon James Williams||God Is Taking Care|
|B7||–Sly & The Family Stone||Spaced Cowboy|
|B8||–Jonathan Richman||Here It Is|