The use of so many cover songs to fill up the album was a common feature at the time, [52] because of the short time given to bands for songwriting and for the rushed schedules of production. Deep Purple's live shows were from the start very loud and hard rocking [14] [41] and their stage set included stacks of custom purple vinyl Marshall amps and fancy dresses.

Waiting to start their first US tour and in need of new material to be offered on the American market and to beef up their live show, the band returned to the studio with producer Derek Lawrence to record their second album, The Book of Taliesynin August The band played at many different locations, including festivals, bars and even at the Playboy After Dark TV show, alongside Hugh Hefner and a bunch of dancing women.

The songs of this album were performed regularly by the Mk. I formation of Deep Purple, but only "Hush", "Help! II line-up in II live shows up untiland the instrumental sections of the song survived even longer, being annexed to live versions of the Machine Head recording "Space Truckin'". The opening chords of "And the Address" were used into the Mk. II era as an introduction to the song " Speed King ". Reception of the album and the band in their home country was generally negative. Despite being presented as a "polished commercial group" in their radio appearances, [84] Deep Purple's stage excesses and success in the US did not make a good impression on British audiences.

The Deviants frontman and later journalist Mick Farren described Deep Purple's music as "a slow and pompous din, somewhere between bad Tchaikovsky and a B taking off on a bombing run".

By contrast, in the US the band was often introduced as "the English Vanilla Fudge" [69] and massive radio coverage of their songs granted success for both the album and tour. Ian Paice said of their success in the US versus their lack of it back home, "We have been given proper exposure over there. The Americans really know how to push records. Decades later, modern critical reviews of the album are generally positive. Bruce Eder of AllMusic considers Shades of Deep Purpledespite some flaws, "a hell of an album" and praises the "infectious I line-up considers them "both respectable and consistent", although Evans' voice is "perhaps more suited to heavy pop rather than heavy rock".

All credits adapted from the original releases. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Deep Purple. Psychedelic rock progressive rock pop rock hard rock. Deep Purple — Hush.

We loved Vanilla Fudge — they were our heroes. Main article: Shades of Deep Purple Tour. Rovi Corporation. Archived from the original on 30 July Retrieved 25 December Rocking the classics : English progressive rock and the counterculture.

ISBN Revolution in the Head : the Beatles' Records and the Sixties 3 ed. Sin embargo, Warner Bros. Los organizadores del evento decidieron que Deep Purple fuera la banda que cerrase el festival. Ni los doctores pudieron aplacar el malestar del bajista, quien finalmente tras unas sesiones de hipnoterapia pudo solucionar el problema. Este disco fue editado en enero de en los EE.

Universe en y Glory Road en Todo el trabajo realizado hasta ahora se echa a perder. Volviendo a la crisis interna en Deep Purple, con la salida voluntaria de su vocalista y obligatoria de su bajista, las gestiones para conseguir sus reemplazos no se hicieron esperar. Para sorpresa de muchos, incluyendo a Lord y Paice, Coverdale y Hughes estaban decididos a continuar pese a la salida de Blackmore, con lo que empezaron a buscar nuevo guitarrista.

La gira posterior al disco fue bastante frustrante para los miembros del grupo. UU, debido a una mezcla mortal de estupefacientes y alcohol. Estas canciones se lanzaron en junio de en el disco doble en vivo Nobody's Perfect.

Finalmente, en diciembre deJoe Lynn Turner es incorporado como el nuevo cantante. Revenge shows that this trope is still in effect, although the 3D models' faces are much more expressive this time around, as seen when the camera focuses on Sakura singing near the end of episode 1. Abnormal Limb Rotation Range : One of the many zombie abilities the girls have.

Tae briefly demonstrates this after crashing into a wall in the first episode, having to reassemble her bones after the impact. The rest of the girls later demonstrate the ability to headbang so hard their necks dislocate. Saki goes tumbling down a hill in episode 9, causing her head to rotate a full one-eighty degrees.

She has to readjust it so she doesn't freak out onlookers. Accidental Public Confession : Subverted in Episode 2. Sakura blurts out the fact that they're zombies on stage in front of an entire audience while scolding Saki for almost blowing their coverbut the fact that their argument gradually transitions into a rap battlewith Kotaro and the other girls providing a beat and music, convinces the crowd it's just another part of their performance.

Narrowly averted in Episode 7, when Saki introduces herself at Saga Rock as having "lived and died in Saga". One verbal backspace later, and nobody in the audience seems to have noticed. Narrowly averted again in Episode 11 of Revenge. While assuring the workers at the disaster shelter that they don't mind helping out, Sakura notes that they don't get tired, since they're zombies. Again, one verbal backspace later, she managed to get away with it. Adaptation Expansion : The manga version expands a few story elements, such as the group's first concert, which reveals that it had to be cancelled due to the pre-awakened girls attacking the crowd, and Kotaro getting a sponsorship from Drive-in Tori.

Adult Fear : Sakura dies mere moments after she runs out the door for school, and her last words are her calling out to whoever's in her house like any perfectly ordinary day. Lily's backstory death reveals this: She had a bad argument with her father to the point of shutting herself in her room. She then discovered she was growing a piece of facial hair, and the shock led to her dying of a heart attack.

By the time her father managed to barge into her room, she was already dead. Years later, he's still devastated by her death and he's even sworn off watching TV.

Reiko, the former leader of Saki's biker gang Dorami, is now a regular housewife who's dealing with her rebellious daughter Maria wanting to keep Dorami going. This is already worrying enough for her, but it gets even worse when Maria is challenged to a game of chicken by a rival gang on the slopes of Kagamiyama Most of Knocking At Your Back Door - Deep Purple - Under The Gun (CD) girls died in their teens and within living memory.

Leaving out Saki, who doesn't seem to have blood relatives, Yugiri, who died over a century ago, and Tae, who is already a young adult, there's a good chance that Sakura, Ai and Junko have relatives who are no less grieving for them as much as Takeo, Lily's father, and Reiko, Saki's friend in life.

Considering his apparent history with Sakura, it's likely that Kotarotoo, has mourned for her. Affectionate Parody : The show certainly takes a few not-so-subtle jabs at the Japanese idol industry, such as long work hours and the emphasis on idols having to be "pure". Kotaro is also a blatant parody of abusive managers. All that said, the show still mostly frames idols in a positive light and puts forth the idea that performing and working together in a group can be a good experience.

Aliens in Cardiff : Saga Prefecture isn't exactly what you would call well known or a popular fictional setting, being one of the more obscure prefectures in Japan besides its porcelain-making industryyet here it is at the center of a zombie idol story.

Its obscurity is in part why Kotaro resurrected the girls to form an idol group, because he wants to change that. A massive UFO appears out of nowhere and unleashes a catastrophic laser strike on a remote town. All Drummers Are Animals : In S2 Episode 4, Franchouchou's rock-inspired opening number opens with an epic drum solo played by Tae, the most feral and ferocious of the zombie girls.

All Part of the Show : When Tae's head comes flying off in Episode 2, Sakura insists it's all just a special effect designed for the show. Strangely enough, the audience buys it, even as one of them feeds squid to Tae's removed head.

Later, when Sakura and Saki start arguing onstage, it segues into a rap battle while Kotaro and the other girls provide beatboxing and background music to disguise it as part of their performance. All There in the Manual : The official website includes certain details about the characters that aren't stated in the anime, including the exact dates of most of the girls' deaths sans Tae Sakura's full profile was absent until after Episode It also presents episode summaries in the form of diary entries written by Kotaro, providing little tidbits for each episode such as his decision to change the idol group's name because he wanted to push it in a more suitable direction.

The names of Iron Frill members, whether it's from Ai's or the current generation, comes with the first BD that the insert songs and in-universe CD covers come with.

Alternate Character Reading : Saki prefers to write in showy kanji, though when she writes the girls' suggestions for the group's name, she gets the meanings a bit wrong. Aluminum Christmas Trees : Drive-in Tori, the fried chicken restaurant the girls help promote in Episode 5, is a real-life restaurantand the jingle they perform is the actual song. The same goes for the Kashima Gatalympics in the same episode.

Amusing Injuries : Being zombies, injuries such as removed limbs and broken necks are easily fixed. Animation Bump : The girls' performance in Episode 7 is much more smoothly done and well synchronized, especially when compared to Episodes 3 and 4. The scene in Episode 9 where Maria and her two friends try to intimidate Sakura, Lily and Tae by doing an Ominous Walk towards them is animated rather fluidly.

Revenge shows off a well-synchronized hand-drawn choreography in some dance sequences beginning in Episode 2's Franchouchou performance in the ending credit and in Episode 3 with Iron Frills' "Nope!!!!! Appearance Is in the Eye of the Beholder : How the zombies are depicted changes on how they're perceived by whoever sees them.

Amongst each other, the zombies look like normal girls, albeit with greenish-blue skin and the occasional bandages or Scary Stitches. However, when people are frightened by their appearance—including each other when they realize their makeup washed off in public—their putrefied complexions, sunken features, and bulging red eyes become apparent, reminding the viewer that they're still walking corpses. Armor-Piercing Question : Kotaro gives one to Ai and Junko by pointing out the irony that both of them are professional idols who won't even make an effort to practice for their guerrilla performance, unlike the rest of the girls who try to give their best even though they weren't idols in the first place.

He later ends his statement with this: "A zombie that doesn't dance is just a regular zombie. Those girls are trying to live. Are you just going to carry on rotting? Ai: I don't see how any of what I said was wrong. Yugiri: There are plenty of fights that start because both sides have a good point.

Call-Back : In Episode 10, Sakura gets hit by a truck againtriggering the exact same pose she and Junko had when they got hit by vehicles in previous episodes. Where the first time killed her, kicking off the whole show, this time restores her memories of her past life but at the expense of her current memories.

In Episode 12, Tae attempts to jog Sakura's memory of her time with the group by reenacting their dance for "Drive-in Tori", doing her rooster-crow pose, and bringing her a magazine article showcasing Franchouchou's success. Also from Episode 12, Sakura locks herself in a room to mopewhich is the same room Junko barricaded herself in during Episode 7.

Tae is unable to break the door down, as Junko explains she had reinforced it after Kotaro previously kicked it down simply to reach out to her, and instructed her to repair it. Along the plot of the game, there are two bullies who follow Happy Appy, and that's where the mp3 of the people talking about Happy in the cave.

Depending on these requirements, their outcomes vary. All of them require you to have the best ending. The last ending where Happy drives the van into the bullies always happens in the neutral ending, but not in the bad ending. And guess who I saw today? I saw Shaq again, but this time, I got a good look at a part of his face. Well, I could just simply say that he might be a human.

Might be. It was just a simple menu with a white background. There were 1 bonus feature; How Happy Was Made. I decided to see it. Here's what happens, according to the clips shown. Okay, there's two things I want to talk about on this blog post. First off, I've been hearing a rumor that there's a actual episode of Season 2 intact, but it's a majorly incomplete fan restoration Why would this show have fans? How incomplete? In it, it starts with the intro, as always, but with some differences.

First off, Happy didn't dance in the intro, but starred the new main characters, sort of like the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation intro. After that, it cut to a scene where Happy Appy is in his van, but there are 2 girl friend?

The girls are only clay heads on sticks, like Appy. After driving for a while, Happy parks in the camp, gets a wash cloth, and sits on it, as well as the girls. They just sit there, staring at the sky. The page some people are mistaking it for is actually a TV show called the Happy Apple.

I could understand why people would think it would be related to Happy Appy, Happy Apple being the rarely used full title of Happy Appy. But it's from the s. It was from the person on eBay that I bought the game from. He said that he left out a sound file for the game and sent it to me.

It was a very distorted mp3 file that was 1 minute long. I played it, and no sound came out. It was almost 0 bytes in size, so I deleted it thinking that it was just a blank sound file. However, I started to second-guess myself. Remembering that it was still in my Recycle Bin, I looked in there and saw the sound file. I am lucky I did not Knocking At Your Back Door - Deep Purple - Under The Gun (CD) the recycling bin.

I am now trying to decode it. When I first tried to decode it, I just heard static. Then I tried reversing it, changing the pitch, and adding volume with successful results. At first, it was just the sound of Happy Appy laughing.

Not just a regular laugh. But a scary, hurting, and painful laugh. Then Happy started screaming and you could hear someone in the background laughing now. Again, it sounded like the person that was laughing was killing someone, but was also injured. I think that it was a child struggling against Happy trying to kill him, but that's just a guess. After 12 pages of a Google search, I found someone who said that they were a survivor of the staff who made Happy Appy. I was so excited and got their address, so I could meet them in person.

I took a long way because the directions they gave me required me to go through a lonely dirt road, and I thought that I would get my shoes dirty. Hey, can't be too cautious, can I? Well, anyway, I was at an angle where I could see the person who was standing near his house.

I was right about to yell out to them, but I got a closer look and freaked out. It was Forenzik, standing near the house right behind the corner of a building I was supposed to pass. If I had passed it, Forenzik would have caught me off-guard and stabbed me to death.

I don't know why he set this up, but he is definitely out to get me. He was still looking at the way that I was supposed to have come through and then quickly checking his watch, so he didn't see me yet.

He WAS a human. He was wearing this weird gas mask, looking as if it were for decoration. His arms were bone skinny and it looked like he needed to put on 20 pounds to be considered "under-weight". He started getting more and more nervous and thinking that I wasn't going to show up. I decided to run off and tell you about this near-death experience, because it will probably happen more and more often.

When I played it, I heard the faint whining Knocking At Your Back Door - Deep Purple - Under The Gun (CD) in the background of the recording, and I instantly recognized it as a quieter version of the decoded sound I was talking about two days ago. I don't know why that sound was in there, but it was. I still can't imagine out what video matches with that audio clip.

I realized: it must be Forenzik and Happy fighting. I figured it out when I was getting my groceries. Because of that encounter, I carry a switchblade with me at ALL times when I go out of my house, just to be on the safe side. I saw a police car with its lights on and sirens blaring on my way home, and decided to follow it. When it stopped, I saw Forenzik drop a gun and something red, and run away. I left the police to run after him, and looked at the red thing.

It was an apple with a face on it I could have sworn that I saw its mouth moving, but I was so freaked out that I'm not sure. I went back home and looked for the Happy figure, and it was gone!

Forenzik must have broken into my house while I was out, and stolen it from me. I feel like Forenzik is after me. I am not sure how, but maybe the audio was in a different episode of Happy Appy in the planned future, and got mixed up when they were putting sound files in.

I really have no clue why Forenzik was fighting with Happy. Was he around when the show was being made, and put himself in one of the episodes because he was in the staff, or was he just infamous around that time and the makers decided that he was perfect material? I really still can't put this together. Today, I also read the news and discovered that a "crazed maniac was arrested after a robbery at a gun store, a home break-in, use of weaponry without a permit, and evading arrest".

Sometimes, I ask myself why I chose to get involved in Happy Appy. I had lots of thoughts in my head today; will I be visited by Forenzik again, or will I have a normal day for once? Will my house burn down again, or will I be murdered in my sleep? I am not going to make a post on September 11th, but on September 12th.

Oh, and here's another revision of the list, with Season 2's two unreleased episodes, and the duets properly listed. Last night, a certain someone went on my computer today. The images were made today, during - AM, while the sound clip was made on April 9th, All the images were most likely made using Paint. It was done on the black pencil brush due to me knowing a lot about Paintand seemed to take the least amount of time to do.

The second image is the only one that does not show a person or thing. Is it that they're both disturbing to listen to? This photo is the most interesting because it shows a shot of [REDACTED] that's actually more high-quality than the other photo I took of him Even though it's quite blandshowing his long pale neck, and his unusual gas mask, with red eyes and a creepy grin, yet no filters. Maybe they're on the back of his head?

Oh yes, about the sound clip. It starts with a bunch of ambience that sounds like it would belong in a factory; metal banging, steam blowing, all that stuff. It might be possible that it is just some of the distortion. But then, I heard a person walking, kicking over an empty tin can. I suddenly heard a noise that sounded like someone beginning to say "Stop!

Today was one of the worst days I have ever had. But at the same time, it was also one of the best. To start off, I was coming home after getting late-night groceries on September 11th when I noticed Forenzik was crossing the road to my house.

I decided to run him over, so I sped up and had the car hit him at full force. I heard a couple of bones breaking, and I knew I must have injured or possibly killed him. So, I got out of my car, and to my surprise, I couldn't find Forenzik, although he made a trail of blood which pointed to where he went, so I followed the blood.

The trail led me to the nearby forest a couple of miles out of town. I had doubts about it; Forenzik had ran off into the woods, and is probably ready to attack me if I go too deep into it.

I put those aside, because I knew I had one thing to do; I had to kill Forenzik, so I got my switchblade from the car, and went into the forest.

The blood led down a dirt trail that would take anyone who followed it to an abandoned summer camp. The summer camp was opened inas John Wilkinson Summer Camp. The owner of the summer camp was John Wilkinson, a 35 year-old man who had schizophrenia. For years, it was a very popular summer camp; even people all the way from Maine came here. Unfortunately, inJohn Wilkinson's schizophrenia reached a peak, and around 2 in the night, John got an axe, went into the log cabins, and killed 6 children before disappearing.

The case remains cold to this day. It looked like a regular cabin, minus the fact that blood was on the walls, beds were undone, and some of the wood was rotting. Oh, and there was an axe stuck on the wall. Obviously, since an axe is a better weapon then a switchblade, I took the axe.

I then went to B, and axed the door down. It was the same as A. Axed down C's door. Still the same as A. Finally, I axed down D's door. As I walked in, I noticed the sound of a generator running.

After turning the lights on, I was horrified. Then, behind me, I heard a slithering voice. I jumped, and turned around. It was Forenzik, with a butcher knife. He was wearing a LA Lakers jersey and his 'trademark' basketball. When he said that, I was both horrified and intrigued. I decided to walk up to the body of Kevin Costo. It had three slice marks on his chest, and the skin on his face was half gone.

His jaw was positioned to make it look like he was laughing. I had to do something. There was a broken mirror next to Kevin's body. I picked it up, and saw Forenzik in a chair, sharpening a knife. They were people who had Kevin Costo kept calling me 'slow' and 'retarded'. So, when you were still watching those 10 episodes, I managed to find him, and so I killed him.

I then watched you enter the house with that photo of Happy. I had wondered why they got a teenager to voice Danny, even though I should have done that. So, who told you about Blair's death? Was it Jim Forester? You see, Happy didn't kill her with his van.

He actually killed her with her knife she was using for self defense, and I took the body. Go ahead Forenzik got up the chair, and started pushing me more forward towards Blair's body. I still had the broken mirror, and noticed Forenzik was slowly holding up the second knife he sharpened in his left hand, to backstab me.

He screamed in agony while I chopped the arm. After chopping off his arm, I grabbed the arm and then ran off. Finally, I found a can of gasoline. I dumped the gasoline all over the house. When I was finished, Forenzik woke up, grabbing his chopped-off arm. Then, he realized what I was doing, grabbed his weapons, and ran off. I then got a match and burned the cabin down.

It felt satisfying to make him homeless. Hey guys! I'm back! I should let you all know that any rumors regarding my break are all false. I didn't see Shaq during the break, which makes my life a whole lot more easier.

After driving home, I got my VHS player and put the tape in. The tape had some pretty bad deterioration since it was recorded; some parts of the episode had been taped over with an episode of Blue's Clues, and the other parts had very low-quality audio and video some parts were even replaced with static. The title is the plot in a nutshell; Happy Appy goes to a traveling circus, and helps kids who hurt themselves. After buying popcorn and a drink, he gets into a seat, and the show begins.

Unfortunately, half of the scene is replaced with the Blue's Clues episode, and the show scene was pretty bad anyways. After the scene, which was three minutes long, it goes to the intermission. Happy Appy throws his trash away when he hears a kid crying. He walks to where the crying kid is and discovers a kid who hit his head on the bleachers. Happy heals him using bandages and an ice pack, and the kid thanks him.

Then, Happy Appy sees a kid get bullied by a bandaged girl. Happy gets closer, and guess who was bullying the kid? Miranda then tells Happy Appy that she has a knife on her. Unfortunately, the video gets very, very staticy, but the audio remains intact. I think the last part being staticy helped a lot; I heard Miranda screaming, Happy laughing, and someone being stabbed.

It then went to the credits. Hello, it's me again. Well, to be honest, I might have an answer to the question. I think the most likely answer is the latter.

Another question arises; Who exactly is Shaq? The other thing is I can't really confirm Shaq 's identity. You might be saying that the decapitated hand has Shaq 's blood in it, and his fingerprints. Well, it's not that. Shaq has a prosthetic arm, and I accidentally axed off half of it at where the elbow would be. So, what did the last paragraph have to do with the question?

Well, Shaq might have edited the episodes to show those horrifying scenes, which makes sense, because if Shaq is an employee, he would have access to the props and the tapes. More questions arise. Today, Jim Forester Believe it or not, he's still alive told me the names of more people who helped work on Happy Appy, which puts me closer to who Shaq is. First, there's Tristan Drews, the man who designed the Happy Appy puppet. After hearing about the string of deaths associated with people who worked on Happy Appy, Tristan went into hiding, and now goes under a different identity.

Then, Knocking At Your Back Door - Deep Purple - Under The Gun (CD) John Tresti, the man who created the music for Happy Appy. He was a musician who was specialized in keyboards, synthesizers, and producing songs.

Although some parts of the story of how the theme was made are missing, John basically got five kindergarten students and had them sing the Happy Appy lyrics. After that, he made the backing synthesizer track, combined the two, and previewed the result to Nickelodeon. Nickelodeon approved the theme song, and John kept his job, due to Hedalgo being a failure to sell. Finally, there's John Wilkinson.

Yes, I'm not lying. John Wilkinson actually worked on Happy Appy. He wrote three of the episodes for the TV series. He also isn't a seven foot tall African-American basketball player. I went home to play the tape. It then cuts to Happy Appy on his metal stick, doing his death stare for a whole Knocking At Your Back Door - Deep Purple - Under The Gun (CD). They won't come back. Today, I found one torrent of the first part of the true Happy Appy Movie.

You see, the one I watched was actually a fake. The true one is actually much, much more worse. The movie started up with a different opening. It started out with Happy putting a band-aid on a cut that was on a girl's arm.

Then, 7 other kids came running over, and in the background, cops were running over to the playground where Happy and the kids were.

They kept yelling at Happy. I know you murdered Miranda, Tuck, and Gina! Then, the cops took out revolvers, pistols, and flamethrowers, and shot and burned Happy.

Happy was in tiny melting bits, and the cops left. The kids started to cry, but all of a sudden, the bits flew back together and reformed Happy, although more sloppy. Happy then took out a knife and started to chase Lily in a POV shot. After 30 seconds, Happy got her and stabbed her to death. The rest of the kids ran away.

Happy got in his van and drove after a little boy. Happy screams, and Danny runs off. Then, Happy was chasing Danny in his van, when Danny opened the door and climbed into the passenger seat, and fought Happy. Happy had his knife, while Danny had a cop's Colt Python. Happy crashed the van into a tree, and Danny went out cold, but didn't die. Happy then left the scene and picked a stick off the ground. Then it cuts to Danny, waking up and picking up Happy's dropped knife.

It ended. I then sent a message to the man who made the torrent if he had Part 2. He said yes, and that it would be done on the 27th. I guess I'll just have to wait until then. It starts with Danny running to a junkyard. He hid in a car, and it cut to a girl in the playground, playing with a tin can. Happy Appy walked up to her, and she screamed, and he stabbed the girl with the stick.

Then, he runs off to get into his van. After driving for a while, he reaches the junkyard. Happy then gets out of his car, and looks around, yelling for Danny.

Danny then jumps into the car, Happy curses, and Danny runs him over, jumps out of the car, and pushes him and his van into a car crusher, and the car crusher crushes Happy and the van.

I thought that was the end. Now, I will kill the kids I shall lay my eyes upon. Today is one day, but the day after shall be a day filled with fear, hate and revenge. I shall come again and murder until I am lifeless on the ground or on a rope. I could only make out these in the credits. I have heard that you are researching on a show called Happy Appy. During an recent investigation of Kevin Costo's house, I found a incomplete journal that seems to be related to Happy Appy.

I hope it will aid you on your quest to unlocking Happy Appy. I decided to open the package, and it was a page notebook, yet most of the pages were torn out. Here are the entries in chronological order. Just got the job at Nickelodeon! I've been put on a project that is still being discussed as I write this. I will write more soon. I've been put out of the project to work on Rugrats.

Guess what? I've heard that the show is going to see the light of day! The man who is going to help produce the show, Keith Blue, made claymation commercials for Nickelodeon. After being one of the most successful things they did so far, he was asked to do a show on the claymation commercials. We started filming tests like Happy in his van and practicing lines. Then, the guy who dragged Blair in shouted action. A weird country song started playing on the radio in the van.

Happy Appy had a scrapped DVD release. The director was tall and mid-weight.

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  2. Hello. I will be using you because I am discovering about a show called Happy Appy. Sometime during , Nickelodeon's morning block Nick Jr. aired a new show, called Happy Appy. It sounds like some nursery rhyme that a babysitter would sing, but it wasn't. It was a short show (10 minutes), and was normally played in pairs, making each episode 20 minutes, minus commercials. A month after it.

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  5. Diese CD enthält den Bonus-Instrumental-Track „Son of Alerik“, der zuvor als B-Seite der Single „Perfect Strangers“ erschien. Titelliste. Wenn nichts anderes angegeben, wurden die Titel von Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan und Roger Glover geschrieben Knocking at Your Back Door – ; Under the Gun –

  6. Deep Purple lanzó un nuevo álbum titulado Perfect Strangers el 16 de septiembre de en los y entre octubre y noviembre en el resto del mundo. En el álbum destacan los temas: «Perfect Strangers», «Knocking At Your Back Door», «Under The Gun», «A .

  7. 年、再結成Deep Purpleの来日公演最終日、5月16日のステージを収録したとされるオーディエンス音源をソースとした2枚組プレスCD。CDとしては初登場の音源です。アナログ盤[The Perfect Stranger]で使用されていた録音をソースとしています。少しステージから.

  8. Charges at the player three times, knocking them back slightly each hit. Pop a knockback prevention to avoid being knocked into the wall. Entrapment The boss jumps north, places many hidden traps throughout the arena, and knocks the player back. The player should be at the north edge to avoid getting knocked into the death wall.

  9. Seddie (sometimes referred to as Fram or Saddie) is the romantic pairing between Sam Puckett and Freddie Benson (S/am and Fr/eddie). It's the most popular and the most supported ship on the show, partially because of being the "official" ship. This pairing mainly rivals Creddie (C/arly and F/reddie), Cam (C/arly and S/am), Sibby (S/am and G/ibby), and Spam (Spencer and S/am) "Seddie" is first.

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