Title: The Party Day Of Power
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The term "party of power" refers to a political party that has a close relationship with the executive branch of government such that the party appears to function as an extension of the executive rather than as an autonomous political organization. The concept resembles that of a cartel party. In a presidential republic the party of power typically forms a legislative block that backs the executive. The concept has been commonly applied to post-Soviet political parties.
The Party Album, also known as The Party LP is a 1978 live blues recording by Alexis Korner. The double album features Alexis Korner and various guest musicians singing a mix of both classic blues songs as well as some of Korner's own. The concert was a celebration of Korner's 50th birthday. The album was originally released in 1980 and re-released in 1993. Things Ain't What They Used to Be (Mercer Ellington) – 7:23. Captain's Tiger (Alexis Korner) – 3:30. Skipping (Korner) – 3:10.
Tower of Power is the third album release for the Oakland-based band, Tower of Power. This is their most successful album to date, which was released in May 1973. The album peaked at No. 15 on the Billboard Top LPs chart in 1973 and received a gold record award for sales in excess of 500,000
Single by Girls' Generation. from the album Girls & Peace. 2012, two weeks before the release of their second Japanese studio album Lyrics. The song is mainly in Japanese with interspersed English phrases. The same day, the group held their "Playing with Girls' Generation" fan meeting with 10,000 people at the Yoyogi National Gymnasium Track listing.
The Power is the debut album by Australian pop singer Vanessa Amorosi, released on 3 April 2000 on CBK Produktions and Transistor Music Australia, and the first such debut by an Australian female to reach number one on the national album chart. It remained for 62 weeks in the ARIA Top 50 Albums Chart after its release. An international version was released with different album art and track listing.
Party Day were a goth/indie rock band formed in 1982 in Wombwell near to Barnsley, originally a four-piece consisting of guitarists Martin Steele, Greg Firth, bassist Carl Firth and drummer, Mick Baker. Their sound was described as being "hard knuckleduster goth with post-punk overtones". The band were formerly called 'Further Experiments' (1979–81) but regrouped as Party Day in 1982.
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This year’s Day of the Dead is a new 5xCD, compilation produced by the National ’s Bryce and Aaron Dessner as a benefit for the Red Hot organization. With a cast of dozens drawn from a cross-section of indie-ish musical worlds, the set, like its MTV predecessor, signals another milestone in the San Francisco band’s profound influence on American music, closing old circles and opening new ones. Though the contributions nod at various Day-Glo threads, the core of the project is made from the softer colors and textures that have defined indie rock in recent years. At the center is a National-anchored house band that come off as conservative literalists compared to the Dead themselves-pleasant, but not usually taking the music anywhere especially new. Instead, they treat the songs as new standards (which they are), pairing them with vocalists.