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Lego Kraftwerk

Kraftwerk Kraftwerk are a German electronic music band formed by Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider in 1969 in Düsseldorf. They were among the first successful pop acts to popularize electronic music and are widely considered to be innovators and pioneers of the genre. Kraftwerk means ‘Power Station’ in German. Why Reinvent the Wheel The idea of Kraftwerk and Lego is perfect given the robotic plastic look of the band and their image. So it is with great delight that someone…

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Genesis Recycling Lyrics

The Same Lyrics That Crop Up In Different Periods of The Band There are plenty of thematic ideas connecting various eras of the band. Here we connect some lyrics that turn up in songs from different eras of the band. 1. Touchy Subject “I’ve been waiting here for so long” – The Musical Box (1972) “Well I’ve been waiting, waiting here so long” – Invisible Touch (1986) 2. A Peculiar Walk “Me, I’m just a lawnmower you can tell me…

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Peter Gabriel Visits South Park

Stan = Rael Cartman = Watcher of the Skies Kenny = Who killed Magog Kyle = Fox-head Peter Gabriel appears (singing) twice in the American adult animated sitcom South Park. 2003 Season 7 Episode 14 “Raisins” Stan tries to take control of a romantic situation by asking Bebe to talk to Wendy for him. She tells him to do the most romantic thing he can think of, and orders him to hold a boom box over his head and play…

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Queen & Freddie Mercury in Lego

Queen Mini-Figures Officially Freddie Mercury currently only exists as an official Lego Mini-figure in the LEGO Rock Band computer game. So unfortunately Queen have never existed in physical form, or appeared in any official LEGO sets. Also appearing in the game as LEGO mini figures are; guitarist Brian May, bassist John Deacon and drummer Roger Taylor. They can be seen playing We Will Rock You and We Are The Champions. More songs can be downloaded including; Killer Queen, Somebody to…

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Eating Corpses of Rapist Lamias

PARENTAL ADVISORY EXPLICIT CONTENT: Thinking he is quite alone, He enters the room, as if it were his own, But ripples on the sweet pink water Reveal some company unthought of Rael stands astonished doubting his sight, Struck by beauty, gripped in fright; Three vermilion snakes of female face, The smallest motion, filled with grace. Muted melodies fill the echoing hall, But there is no sign of warning in the siren’s call: “Rael welcome, we are the Lamia of the…

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Steven Wilson and Porcupine Tree

In 1996 when Porcupine Tree’s album ‘Signify’ was released, I knew I had found something very special. 21 years later Steven Wilson has gone from strength to strength. Porcupine Tree First time seeing Porcupine Tree in 1999. Southampton University. U.K. Piano Lessons from the album Stupid Dream Here is the amazing ‘Dark Matter’ form the album Signify Porcupine Tree “Sleep Together” Live in Tilburg Steven Wilson Signing Sessions 1. Steven Wilson Insurgentes DVD Screening. Prince Charles Cinema at London’s Leicester…

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Life-Size 88 Key Working Piano Made Out of Lego

Hong Kong LEGO enthusiast Zhang Yan (Alan), spent three months building this life-size piano using 5,000 LEGO building blocks. This LEGO keyboard is not only highly detailed and in proportion, it has 88 keys, and can actually be played. Builder : Alanboar Size : 140cm (L) x 30cm(W) x 10cm(H) Pieces : 5000 pcs Listen to some tunes being played below: This latest creation by Alanboar is a working piano made out of Lego. It is built using 5000 LEGO bricks and…

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Giant Hogweed is Turning Everyone Into Slippermen

The so-called Toxic Giant Hogweed, which can cause massive blisters and ulcers if it comes into contact with the skin or blindness if it comes into contact with the eyes, is said to be spreading like wildfire since the recent heatwave. River Trust expert Mike Duddy said: “If you don’t know what the plant is, it’s exceedingly dangerous. ‘It is, without a shadow of a doubt, the most dangerous plant in Britain.” Taken from Bristol Post Article 1 July 2017 Genesis…

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