Charlie and his Orchestra (also referred to as the "Templin band" and "Bruno and His Swinging Tigers") were a Nazi-sponsored German propaganda swing band. Jazz music styles were seen by Nazi authorities as rebellious but, ironically, propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels conceived of using the style in shortwave radio broadcasts aimed initially at the United Kingdom, and later the United States, after the German declaration of war on 11 December 1941.
Christopher Crosby Farley (February 15, 1964 – December 18, 1997) was an American actor and comedian. Farley was known for his loud, energetic comedic style, and was a member of Chicago's Second City Theatre and later a cast member of the NBC sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live between 1990 and 1995. He then went on to pursue a film career, starring in films such as Coneheads, Tommy Boy, Black Sheep and Beverly Hills Ninja. Farley died of a drug overdose at the age of 33.
100 Vocal & Jazz Classics - Vol. 6 (1936-1937). Teddy Wilson And His Orchestra. Chick Webb & His Orchestra. Billie Holiday;Accompanied By Eddie Heywood & His Orchestra. Ella Fitzgerald and Her Savoy Eight.
Ferry’s music embraces the artifice of art as well as the artlessness of emotion so that the ‘sad affair’ described at the start leads you to ‘break down and cry’ by the end. Thus we are transported to the Berlin of the Tacheles club and the Chamäleon, to the zeitgeist of that jazz-friendly metropolis in the young 20th century – the hedonistic world of Babylon Berlin.
Breaking the Habit Lyrics. Memories consume, like opening the wound I'm picking me apart again You all assume I'm safe here in my room Unless I try to start again. I don't want to be the one The battles always choose 'Cause inside, I realize That I'm the one confused. I don't know what's worth fighting for Or why I have to scream I don't know why I instigate And say what I don't mean. I don't know how I got this way I know it's not alright So, I'm breaking the habit I'm breaking the habit tonight.
It was released as the fifth and final single from the record on June 14, 2004. It's music video is completely animated in the style of a Japanese anime. In March 2003, Mike Shinoda did a track-by-track of Meteora for ShoutWeb. About "Breaking The Habit", he said: ""Breaking The Habit" is a really interesting song.