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  1. Object Blue discography and songs: Music profile for Object Blue. Genres: Techno. Albums include REX, Do You Plan to End a Siege?, and Figure Beside Me.
  2. Apr 18,  · Business Objects – WebIntelligence — 06/05/ Business Objects – WebIntelligence — 28/11/ Business Objects – WebIntelligence — 24/12/ Business Objects v4 BusinessObjects — 25/03/ Business Objects v3 Business Objects — Note: RTM = Release To Market (This is very.
  3. Release. Three Imaginary Boys was released on 8 May by record label Fiction. The record company decided which songs were put on the album, as well as the cover artwork, without Robert Smith's consent. For all Cure albums since, Smith has ensured that he is given complete creative control over the final product before it goes on sale. The "Foxy Lady" soundcheck, with vocals sung by .
  4. Release. Boys Don't Cry was released on 5 February by record label forludeneburbarsciherceticonce.coinfoing to AllMusic, the album "[falls] somewhere between [an] official release and compilation", and was released "in hopes of increasing the band's exposure outside of the U.K.". A new version of the title track was released in April Reception.
  5. The album also features occasional Project/Object member Ike Willis on guitar and vocals. Willis was one of the longest-standing members of Zappa 's perpetually overturning, touring, and recording band -- working with Zappa on and off from until Zappa 's death from prostate cancer in December
  6. Early Manchester (UK) independent label founded by Steve Solamar (of Spherical Objects), whose artist roster between 19also included The Passage, Steve Miro, Grow-Up and The Noyes Brothers, along with several compilation albums.
  7. ActionScript ® Reference for the Adobe ® Flash ® Platform Home | Show Packages and Classes List Hide Packages and Classes List | Packages | Classes | What's New | Index | Appendixes.
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