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    Metal Religion

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    music. The styles of metal originated from blues rock and psychedelic rock and created a new sound with heavy distorted guitars, faster drum patterns, extended solos, and an overall louder sound. Some early examples of bands using this formula and that were credited with the title of “Heavy Metal” would be bands like Black Sabbath, who broke out into the newly formed metal scene with their single “Paranoid” in 1970, Led Zeppelin, who gained mainstream commercial success with their albums Led Zeppelin 1-4 in 1969-1971, and also Deep Purple, who with Zeppelin and Sabbath, formed “The Unholy Trinity of hard rock and heavy metal bands in the early to mid-1970’s”. Many bands over the next few years evolved the sound and then you get bands like Judas Priest, who in the late 1970’s, helped evolve the genre by being one of the first bands to disregard much of the blues influence. Many subgenres over the years were created, such as thrash metal, which bands like Metallica, Slayer, and Megadeth made popular for the fast tempo drumming, the lower register sounds from the guitar, and also the faster and more complex lead guitar work. In the early 1990’s, a new wave crashed into the U.S, with the emergence of nu-metal. Nu-Metal introduced a new, refreshing sound in the metal genre, taking and adding key elements in the process.…

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    within their songs. This list included music from bands such as: Judas Priest, Motley Crue, Mercyful Fate, Twisted Sister, AC/DC, and Black Sabbath. The parents of this committee aimed to take down these bands and put a stop to the “porn rock” they were producing. And it was D.Snider who stepped in to give his testimony to the United States Senate Committee (Grow, 2015). Snider, alongside Frank Zappa and John Denver, was able to give his testimony. He was “..a sober family man who could spar…

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    As said before, groove can be how music makes you feel, how you follow or move to a particular beat of a song. Think of it as this: you and a friend are listening to a song. Let’s say that song is “You’ve Got Another Thing Comin’” by Judas Priest. You both start tapping to the song, but you follow vocals while your friend follows the bass. Immediately, you should hear a difference between you and your friends tapping. That difference in beat is the basics of groove; to follow a beat your own…

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    The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates Wes Moore was an influential speaker that spoke about making a difference and going after what you truly believe in. Wes Moore didn’t have an easy life, but he made the most of his life. Some of the main topics he discussed were decisions and who influences them, how higher education isn’t about the degree or major but is about how you leave your mark and remembrance. Nobody will remember your degree a few years down the road. If you have sacrificed and…

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    The explorer conditioning technique (ECT): Treat a new task as a quest for new discoveries. To be able to perform at your peak, you have to love what you are doing. Whether it’s acting, bartending or washing dishes, you have to learn to love what you do. One way to achieve this is to technically act like any explorer would, which is to be thrilled by something new every day (or treat everything as such even when it’s not new). It should be as if each task you were making were coming…

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    Psychological Effects of Metal For a very long time now music has been used in many different means, whether it be entertainment or therapeutic. From dancing to escaping reality, music has many effects on the mind. I believe that within these effects, music holds more positive growth than negative. But what are some of the effects and who do they effect the most? More specifically, what are the effects of the heavy metal genre? Dr. Katrina McFerran has stated “Most young people listen to a…

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    BLOG POST Walking in the first day, I was very nervous but I felt very excited at the same time for my future. Me and my parents were welcomed into the James River Youth building by a crowd of sophomores that were chanting may name. I saw some familiar faces that i have met over the years and that made it all the more exciting for me. One of my best friends, Daneisha, was one of those faces and she took my picture for my student ID. This was her job because she was in the Communications…

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    Catholic Church Women

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    to become deacons, priests, and bishops. While these two religions branched from the same set of beliefs, their reasoning behind this decision…

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    Marmande

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    After collecting the total data it was then split into different social classes. As the records clearly displayed the parent’s profession, this was a simple task. A variety of classes were studied so the effects that famines and crises could be calculated across society in Marmande. It was also possible to track the upper classes as well. In order to distinguish a member of the upper classes, the priests used a number of status-specific job-titles. They used a variety of titles, from the common…

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    Wounded Healer Summary

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    Henri Nouwen’s book The Wounded Healer: Ministry In Contemporary Society provides a valuable introspective approach to providing pastoral care and serving in Christian leadership in contemporary society. Nouwen provides a great overview of the wounds and suffering that plagues modern society, the current generation, individual people, and the Christian ministers who are called to serve those in need. (Nouwen, 3) In describing the challenges of modern society, Nouwen asserts that today’s society:…

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