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Before and After Science is the fifth studio album by British musician Brian Eno. Produced by Eno and Rhett Davies, it was originally released by Polydor Records in December 1977 in the UK and by US Island soon after. Guest musicians from the United Kingdom and Germany helped with the album, including members of Roxy Music, Free, Fairport Convention, Can and Cluster.
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The Steel Woods is not playing near you. View all concerts. Moscow, Russian Federation Change location. The Steel Woods have always been great to see but now after this new album has been released it just gives us the viewers a bigger repitoire and we will have to wonder what’s songs will be played. Report as inappropriate. The Steel Woods is a good show. I would like to see them tour someday. They really got us hyped before REO Speedwagon performed that night. Great sound from the whole group.
Before After is the seventh studio album by the English synth-pop band Heaven 17. It was originally released in September 2005, on the label Ninthwave, nine years after their previous album, Bigger Than America. The album reached on the Billboard Magazine Club Play Chart in April 2006. In September 2008, the band's cover of Blue Öyster Cult's "Don't Fear the Reaper" was featured on the American dark fantasy television series True Blood
When high school student Tomura Naoki met piano tuner Itadori Soichiro at his school in Hokkaido, he could smell the forest from the piano tuned by Soichiro. Touched, the boy decides to work together with Soichiro at his musical instruments store. Naoki develops relationships with many people related to the piano and he meets sister pianists and high school students Kazune and Yuni. ~ Adapted from the novel "Hitsuji to Hagane no Mori" by Natsu Miyashita. The novel won the 13th Japan Booksellers' Award in 2016.
Hays was replaced by Thijs Hamelaers (later of Sleez Beez) and William Lawson (ex-Angus) took over the drumstool after the album was released, but this line-up disintegrated before entering the studio.