Lifetime is the third studio album by the Australian band Real Life. The album is the first release by the band without co-founder Richard Zatorski involvement. The tracks "God Tonight" and "Kiss the Ground" reached the Modern Rock and Dance charts in the United States.
Flame is the second studio album from the Australian band Real Life. It was released in October 1985 on Glenn Wheatley's Wheatley Records in Australia. The album peaked at number number 42 on the Australian Kent Music Report.
Play with evolution thright this amazing game! . Whether you just want to observe, watch and study as the tree of life constructs itself from a single species, or you want to be an active influence on the development of the species in the game, the choice is up to you! Take a hands-on approach by using the nursery, an isolated area where you can tinker with the gene pool to your heart’s content. Use rovers to decide which creatures get to eat today and which ones starve! Create global catastrophes like an ice-age or a world-spanning flood to weed out the most vulnerable species
Lust For Life is not only the title track of Lana’s upcoming album but also a monologue introducing the concept of the album and how she developed it. Where she broadly speaks about her process while making an album the transition between the eras (a record to another). Referencing cooking as a metaphor for the social media statements she gives and the plans she has while making and releasing new music. Lust For Life " Track Info.
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Any real-life dragons would have filled a similar niche to that occupied by apex predators like Tyrannosaurus rex. The similarities between dinosaurs and dragons are well documented. There is a long history in China of identifying fossilised dinosaur bones as those of dragons. Perhaps this is why in so many modern fantasy films, from Harry Potter to The Hobbit, the classic six-limbed dragon has been ditched in favour of a sleeker four-limbed model. Such a creature is more accurately called a "wyvern", and it is at least anatomically more realistic. There is still the not-insignificant problem of how to get these enormous creatures off the ground. Fortunately for dragons, another group of prehistoric reptiles give their ambitions for flight some hope.
You know, in this town, an artist really needs a lot of space when they're trying to create something special. A place to cultivate a world of their own, far away from the real world that's around them. Luckily for me, I live right inside the middle of the "H" of the Hollywood sign, and this is how I spend most of my nights, perched high above the chaos that swirls within the City of Angels below. Now don't get me wrong, I love to dip.