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  • Excerpt From Anthel's Suicides

    Anthel 's POV I was sitting in my study looking though proposals for the new charity that I was about to start, when Hithreal came in. "Milady, the king would like a word with you." she said. "Yes, of course." I said getting up. "Hithreal please put these papers in the files and lock the door on your way out." "Yes Milady." I gracefully, yet quickly made my way to the throne room. There a guard greeted me. "Milady, the King is not here." he said. "Where is he?" "He is in his study…

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  • Bamboo Industry History

    Berlin, Germany in 1983, by Ingo Ito and George DIN (see Gabriel Le Mar and George DIN). They originally conceived Bamboo Industry as a pop-duo project, mixing industrial sounds with influences of traditional Asian music. After they had recorded their first demo-tapes this way, they were joined by additional musicians and the musical concept shifted to an alternative pop band of the eighties with a touch of Bamboo. The first band line-up in 1985 was: * Ingo Ito: guitars + lead vocals * George…

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  • Untitled (Your Body Is A Battleground), And Andy Warhol's, Two Marlin

    scene, in New York, frequently visited the store. In the 1960’s, Warhol’s silk screening was the most popular forms of art at the time. Illustrating on subjects such as popular figures, the silkscreens are seen as symbols for American culture in a capitalist culture. Warhol began silk screening Marilyn Monroe’s face onto canvases just a couple weeks right after she passed away. Using a picture of her taken from a publicity still, he cropped right around the edges of her head with a grease…

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  • Never Fall For A Straight Girl

    There are few things I know for certain in this world. The sky is blue, everybody dies eventually, and I am gay. My parents were way more accepting of it than I expected. After spending nearly half my life in the closet, I let it slip out one night. Bowling, of all things. You have to understand— I’m the world’s worst bowler. I can’t throw the ball down the middle of the lane to save my life. And so, after yet another toss into the gutter, I turned around and announced to my parents that…

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  • Little Mix Case Study

    50 Facts About Little Mix: Little Mix - Group of four small British girls with BIG voices stormed into musical world in December 2011 with their impressive debut singles “Cannonball” which topped in UK singles chart and gains huge popularity in Ireland. Apart from their featured appearance in ‘X Factor’, Little Mix discography has 2 Studio Albums, 10 singles and 13 Music Videos. This group of four singing girls joined together for the TV series X Factor in its eight series. They went on to…

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  • Paragraph About Korean Drama

    Therefore, even some teenagers are not really like to watch it, they are willing to watch it because of Korean dramas drive the development of Korean culture. Now , more and more people learn Korean, and many people think that keeping hanbok is a good measure. And now, in the whole world, people know pickled cabbage also belong to a kind of culture from Korea. In Asia, beer and fried chicken become a good match because of the Korean drama----<>. Korean drama also can reflect the change of…

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  • Hip Hop In South Korea

    Entering in the 21st century, K-pop took not only the country, but the world by storm—a phenomenon also known as the “Hallyu Wave”. International success of the industry led to the emergence of giant entertainment corporations. Companies like SM, YG, JYP, Cube are known as entertainment…

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  • Pop Music Industry Research Paper

    The mainstream music scene of this time was dominated by auto tuned pop music and hip-hop. Artists such as Brittany Spears and Kanye West held the forefront of the music industry and made the big bucks. The adolescent popularization of emo music also made bands like My Chemical Romance and Blink 182 shine. There was also…

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  • Andy Warhol The American Dream Analysis

    Andy Warhol, an American artist who painted post-World War II, once said, “Everybody has their own America, and then they have the pieces of a fantasy America that they think is out there but they can 't see” (“Sunbeams: Issue 447”). The American Dream incorporates this sense of imagination and hope: it creates motivation to fully commit one’s time and effort in order to accomplish his or her ambitions. Warhol, however, warns people that aspirations requiring hard work can evolve into…

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  • Narrative Essay On Becca's Life

    As the applause began to thunder, they stood up hand-in-hand and took a bow. Becca’s smile was soon radiating throughout the audience. Caleb was the first person on his feet clapping with such fervor that he inspired the entire audience into a standing ovation. Becca was half blind from the bright lights shining in her face, but from where Caleb stood she could see him clearly. Her heart was so full in that moment; she could have stayed right there and been completely happy for the rest of her…

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