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Date de parution 2004. Labels Strange Attractors Audio House. Style MusicalSpace Rock. Membres possèdant cet album1. 2. Love Theme from el Topo. 3. Desert Song (Zabriskie Point). 4. Eddie's Hallucination. 5. The Holy Mountain. 6. Special Glasses for Remote Viewing. 7. Vibe Acheter cet album.
The Complete On the Corner Sessions is a posthumous box set by American jazz musician Miles Davis, released in the US on September 25, 2007 by Columbia Records and in the UK on September 29 on Legacy Recordings. Like other Davis box sets, the included material is taken from a wider chronology of sessions than the dates which actually produced the titular album
Behind the Sun is the second studio album by British electronic music artist Chicane. It was released on 27 March 2000 through Xtravaganza Recordings. The album features collaborations with Tracy Ackerman, Máire Brennan, Justine Suissa, and Bryan Adams, including its singles "Saltwater", "Don't Give Up", "No Ordinary Morning", "Halcyon", and "Autumn Tactics"
Coles Corner is the fourth studio album from English pop/rock musician Richard Hawley, released on 5 September 2005 in the UK and on 6 September 2005 in the US. The title immortalises the legendary Sheffield landmark Coles Corner, a popular meeting place of old and new lovers. The album was nominated for the 2006 Mercury Music Prize for best album. Critics were almost unanimous in their praise for Coles Corner.
While hiding behind a corner/object you have full cover and therefore need to step out to shoot. You can shoot "around" a corner/object without the need to jump out and back again. But if you do so, you only have 3/4 cover until the start of your next turn (if you don't move at all). The question is whether he can then reveal himself enough to shoot without giving up his hiding spot. We don't have rules for that so it's really a DM call for when and how it works.
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