And Justice for All is the fourth studio album by American heavy metal band Metallica, released on August 25, 1988, through Elektra Records. It is the first Metallica studio album to feature bassist Jason Newsted after the death of Cliff Burton in 1986. And Justice for All was recorded in early 1988 at One on One Recording Studios in Los Angeles. It features long and complex songs, fast tempos, and few verse-chorus structures.
The future heir to the Jeguk (meaning "Empire") Group. Though hot-headed and at times immature, Kim Tan is warm-hearted and honest . The Heirs OST. Soundtrack album by. Various artists.
Myths of the Near Future (album). Myths of the Near Future is the Mercury Prize-winning debut album by English band Klaxons. It was released on 29 January 2007 through Polydor Records. Myths of the Near Future contains re-recorded versions of "Gravity's Rainbow", "Atlantis to Interzone" and "Four Horsemen of 2012", along with the singles "Magick", "Golden Skans" and, most recently, "It's Not Over Yet"
If Future chooses to base The WIZRD concept on what he told Garvey, The WIZRD as the man of answers, it’s possible that lyrically this could be one of his most transparent albums. He’s often heartfelt, turning pain into poetry. Yet, the potent brevity rarely expands his evocative images of life into large, towering portraits. How will that change on his seventh studio album? Only Future knows what’s in his crystal ball. What a way of sampling his own music. This is what I imagine Professor X hears if he read Future’s mind. 15. "Unicorn Purp" ft. Young Thug & Gunna. First features of the album. Wizard of Oz - Young Thug. What a random thing to say, haha.
Hears To The Future by Justice. Modern Retro by Justice. Viewpoints by Justice. Aquisse Remixes by Justice. 9. Perspex (Remixed By Gilb’r). 10. Grow (James Hardway Featuring Amanda Ghost – Remixed By Justice). 11. Breaker One Nine ( The Mix Seedy). More albums from Justice: Hears To The Future by Justice.
Heirs to Thievery is an excellent Death/Grind album, with no Deathcore ties whatsoever. Misery Index is essentially a Dying Fetus side project, with an ex-vocalist and Guitarist from the band, and the tracks have almost the same sound to them, the only real distinguishable difference between the 2 is Misery Index's more blatant political themes in their more recent albums, which mainly consist of songs about modern American politics, which is usually a bland.
The EU Court issued an emergency ban on logging in Białowieża Forest on 27 July 2017, saying all chainsaws and harvesters must be stopped immediately. The Commission now has four days to make a formal request to the EU Court for fines to be imposed on the Polish government, which has illegally allowed a three-fold increase in logging in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Commission launched the legal case – which has been fast-tracked at every stage – in 2016, after a formal complaint by ClientEarth and seven other campaigning organisations.