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  • Rock Band Classification

    I never knew so many alternative rock bands were also considered hard rock bands. So many people around the world are major listeners of so many subgenres of rock music. I found that the most popular genres are alternative and hard rock. Personally my phone is full of music from both genres of rock. The two genres seem to be so different from one another to have so many of the same bands in them. A very popular rock back these days Avenged Sevenfold is under both classifications. I guess this…

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  • Operations Management Case Study: Under Armour

    Introduction Brief History Under Armour started off with a plan to make a superior T-shirt. A shirt that provided compression and took perspiration off your skin rather than absorbing it. A shirt that worked with your body to regulate temperature and enhance performance. Founded in 1996 by former University of Maryland football player Kevin Plank, Under Armour is the company that started the now extremely popular market of performance apparel, sportswear engineered to keep athletes cool, dry and…

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  • Commentary On The Article 'Beasties In Blackface' By Stratton

    Stratton begins by describing their backgrounds as upper class Jews. He moves on to talking about the importance of Jews in the history of pairing white audiences with black music, how they still face some kind of unique social pressures, and how they were important from behind the scenes. Latter he moves on to talk about how Simmons and Rubin came to choose the Beastie Boys and how Jewishness was key to their success despite being marked as white. He wrote this article from a Jewish perspective…

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  • Hip Hop Culture In America

    He had now coined the movement “hip-hop” and released “Planet Rock” in 1982 as “hip-hop’s universal invitation, a hypnotic vision of one world under a groove, beyond race, poverty, sociology and geography” (Chang 172). “Planet Rock” revolutionized hip-hop through challenging listeners and performers alike to commit to togetherness and is touted as the catalyst that allowed hip-hop to become global…

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  • Waiting On The World To Change Analysis

    As the years go by, new political dramas and landmarks seem to be a dime a dozen. New wars, scandals, controversies, and otherwise seem to find their way into the mainstream media on the daily. As newer generations find themselves in the midst of it all, gaining a platform to be heard and see the change one desires can feel impossible. Whether it be today, 20 years ago, or 50 years ago, getting your voice heard in the global sphere is troubling for younger generations. This sense of not being…

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  • Gladiator Slots Analysis

    through such medium. From the hundreds of games on offer, titles like Cleopatra, Zombies, Hot as Hades, 300 Shields, Siberian Storm, Medusa 2, Gemix, Dragon Ship, and even licensed games such as Aliens, Frankenstein, and Jurassic Park, are sure to popular. The mobile game selection from Prospect Hall Casino is also worth a mention, with it featuring various exclusives like Match & Money, World Slots, Pay Dirt, and Rock Paper Sumo. It should also be noted that live dealer suites can be found at…

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  • Hip Hop And Basketball Research Paper

    urbanism, bravado, and coolness. This rich bond was established in 1979; from 1984 to 2009, a new era was conceived, known as “The Dunkadelic Era.” In 1979, the first mainstream explicit connection between hip-hop and basketball was established. The Sugarhill Gang’s hit song “Rapper’s Delight,” which is commonly referred to as the first mainstream hip-hop song, had lyrics about basketball. “Rapper’s Delight” wasn’t only popular in the United States, but it was an international hit. It quickly…

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  • Quaker Oats: Branding Challenges: Quaker Oats

    Unfortunately, some companies have mismanaged their greatest asset—their brands. This is what befell the popular Snapple brand almost as soon as Quaker Oats bought the beverage marketer for $1.7 billion in 1994. Snapple had become a hit through powerful grassroots marketing and distribution through small outlets and convenience stores. Analysts said that because Quaker did not understand the brand’s appeal, it made the mistake of changing the ads and the distribution. Snapple lost so much…

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