Broken Window by The River, released 12 November 2007 1. Broken Window 2. To Bring Closure 3. Inside The Flood Diary The summers are getting longer it seems. It rained again of course but the parade of hazy sunshine that lazily eased the evening in brought a welcome freshness to the bleakness of the hour. The sky slowly lets down her hair, it’s velvet crawl seeping across the earth chasing shadows from their hiding places to join the march onwards. A vantage point of sorts maybe, the fractured view through a broken window brings the world within touching distance
Album Name Broken Window. Type EP. Data de lançamento 2008. Labels The Church Within Records. Estilo de MúsicaDoom Metal. Membros têm este álbum0. 2. Inside The Flood Diary. Other productions from The River.
Doom Metal The River. Album Name Broken Window. 版公司 The Church Within Records.
Side B. To Bring Closure. This contains a han-the-album version of "Broken Window", a -the-album-ending version of "Inside the Flood Diary" plus a brand new track entitled "To Bring Closure". Recording information: Recorded November 2006 at New Moon Studios, Croydon. All music writen and arranged 2005/2006. Identifiers: Matrix, Runout (Runout Side A): 77429F1/A Matrix, Runout (Runout Side B): 77429F2/A.
The River – Broken Window. Label: The Church Within Records – CW007. This contains a han-the-album version of 'Broken Window', a -the-album-ending version of 'Inside The Flood Diary' plus a brand new track entitled 'To Bring Closure'. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side A): 77429F1/A.
The River - Broken Spirit Theory текст песни. I gaze through the window's pane and the hazy sun is here after the rain It seems so fresh outside, I feel my mood lift as I realize I may have nothing, but I'm in a better place than where I left you I won't reciprocate, my spirit is not broken! Другие тексты песен "The River". Artist: The River Album. The River - In Situ (2009) Artist: The River Album: In Situ Type: Full Length Genre: Doom Metal Date: 2009 Country.
The parable of the broken window was introduced by French economist Frédéric Bastiat in his 1850 essay "Ce qu'on voit et ce qu'on ne voit pas" ("That Which We See and That Which We Do Not See") to illustrate why destruction, and the money spent to recover from destruction, is not actually a net benefit to society. The parable seeks to show how opportunity costs, as well as the law of unintended consequences, affect economic activity in ways that are unseen or ignored