Crimes is the fourth studio album by the American band The Blood Brothers, released on October 12, 2004. It is their second major label album and their first for V2. Produced by John Goodmanson, the album was recorded in two months in the band's hometown of Seattle. Much of the lyrics for the album are a political reaction to the mass media and the military policy of the Bush administration, inspired heavily by the election year of 2004.
In Praise of Blood explores how Washington helped obscure the full story of the genocide that devastated Rwanda during the 1990s and cover up the crimes of the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF), which has ruled the country ever since. Over the years, less valiant portraits of Kagame and the RPF have appeared. In Praise of Blood is compulsory reading for a world that has acknowledged only half the story of the Rwandan genocide. We owe a debt of gratitude to Judi Rever for risking her life to bring us the whole truth of that genocide in this great work of investigative journalism.
Blood Brothers Johnny Whitney and Jordan Blilie still scream as if they're drowning, but on its fourth album- and first for V2- the band has slowed its sonic pace and intensity and compressed its most breakneck tracks into smaller packages. The catchiest tune on Crimes - the quintet's fourth full-length and first for V2- sounds like a Boss Hog track.
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The blood-brain barrier is exactly what you think it is – a barrier to keep substances in the blood from entering the cerebrospinal fluid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord. Of course, the blood-brain barrier is not impermeable, as some substances, like glucose, ketone bodies, and amino acids have to get to the brain. Brain cells need fuel, just like every other part of the body. And waste products have to get from the brain, across the blood-brain barrier, and back into the blood, so that we can get rid of them.
This is at least a start.