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The Bad Boy is the first solo album by former reggaeton artist Hector "El Father". The album features guest appearances from Ednita Nazario, Ken-Y, Polaco and Wisin & Yandel. The album was supported by the single "Sola" which was released alongside the album on November 21, 2006. Billboard 200, it debuted at number 81, with about 20,000 copies sold in its first week
Album closer A Smiling Epitaph is a stunner all on its own but it’s made even more poignant by the fact that the band has announced they’ll be taking a hiatus for an undisclosed period of time and that founding member Adam MacDougall has moved on from the CRB. Fortunately, this excellent LP should be in heavy rotation long enough to scratch the CRB itch for quite some time - Servants of the Sun is all killer, no filler. It has been awhile since we heard from the ever-surprising Bad Books. Seven years, in fact, but woo boy is III worth the wait. While recording these lightly psychedelic lo-fi ballads the band focused on their in-studio mantra of Simon and Garfunkel in space, which is a pretty good touchpoint - just multiply the trippy, lo-fi factor several times what said description would call to mind and you’ll have a decent concept of what this album sounds like.
The Amoeba Sisters videos demystify science with humor and relevance. The videos center on Pinky's certification and experience in teaching science at the high school level. Pinky's teacher certification is in grades 4-8 science and 8-12 composite science (encompassing biology, chemistry, and physics). Amoeba Sisters videos only cover concepts that Pinky is certified to teach, and they focus on her specialty: secondary life science.
The boy, who was not identified by New York or Florida health authorities, died last Friday. The story went on to describe the other three deaths, based on information from David Voss of the Florida Department of Rehabilitative Services. These deaths did not involve River Country. Photo from the 1976 Walt Disney Productions Annual Report. Did the 11-year-old boy really contract his disease at River Country? Yes, according to the AP story: Vos and McGarry said investigators from the .
Chapter Thirty-Nine: The Boy Band Asshat Needs To Know You're Mine. Chapter Forty: What Do I Need to Know About Baby Dolls and Teddies? Chapter Forty One:BAM, You're Naked and It's Go Time. Snippets from the Sequel. The Sequel is UP! Ships In the Night A 'The Bad Boy's Girl' One Shot. A letter to Santa, from Cole. The Valentine's Day Special.
|7||Memory Of You||3:01|
|8||Don't You Love Another||2:49|
|10||7 & 7 Is||2:25|
|11||Mommy, You Broke My Mind||2:39|
|12||Way Of Pigs||5:33|
|13||Eyes Of Satan||1:49|
|14||Not Now No Way||1:56|
- Bass – Al Margolis
- Drums – Paul Laurence
- Engineer – Diane Farris (tracks: 5 to 14), Karl Hereim (tracks: 4), Paul Marotta (tracks: 1), Tom Smith (tracks: 2, 3)
- Guitar – John "Broken Hand" Morton*, Paul Marotta
- Mastered By – George Evageliou
- Vocals – Christian Brown