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* Padam-Probably the most lyrical section where the dancer " speaks " of some aspect of love: devotion to the Supreme Being ; or of love of mother for child ; or the love of lovers separated and reunited.
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Black metal was originally used as a term for extreme metal bands with Satanic and anti-Christian lyrics ; today, the most common lyrical theme is opposition to Christianity and other organized religions.
Biafra had received sole songwriting credit for most Dead Kennedys songs on all released albums for the last 20 years or so without complaints from the band, though a minority of songs had given credit to certain group members or the entire band as a whole, indicating a system designed to reflect the primary composers rather than a regimented system like the Jagger / Richards partnership ; today, most Kennedys reissues list the songwriters as " Biafra, Dead Kennedys ", indicating Biafra's lyrical contributions — which the band doesn't dispute, or else simply as " Dead Kennedys ").
Even where they diverged most clearly, in lyrical approach — the Ramones ' apparent guilelessness at one extreme, Hell's conscious craft at the other — there was an abrasive attitude in common.
Golden age hip hop ( cited as either just the late ' 80s or the late 80s to early 90s ) was the time period where hip-hop lyricism went through its most drastic transformation – writer William Jelani Cobb says " in these golden years, a critical mass of mic prodigies were literally creating themselves and their art form at the same time " and Allmusic writes, " rhymers like PE's Chuck D, Big Daddy Kane, KRS-One, and Rakim basically invented the complex wordplay and lyrical kung-fu of later hip-hop ”.
Despite the album's erratic lyrical content and instrumentation, the latter of which kept it away from mainstream audiences, Boys for Pele is Amos's most successful simultaneous transatlantic release, reaching # 2 on both the Billboard 200 and the UK Top 40 upon its release at the height of her fame.
Du ' a literature reaches its most lyrical form in the Munajat, or ' whispered intimate prayers ' such as those of Ibn ' Ata Allah al-Iskandari.
The lyrical content of the Descendents made them being cited at the time as one of the most significant punk bands of the 1980s hardcore punk movement.
Hip hop music for the most part is itself composed of two parts: rapping, the delivery of swift, highly rhythmic and lyrical vocals ; and DJing and / or producing, the production of instrumentation either through sampling, instrumentation, turntablism or through beatboxing, the production of musical sounds through vocalized tones.
Gangsta rap is a kind of hip hop, most importantly characterized by a lyrical focus on macho sexuality, physicality and a dangerous criminal image.
Dancehall was sometimes violent in lyrical content, and several rival performers made headlines with their feuds across Jamaica ( most notably Beenie Man versus Bounty Killer ).
It consists of the following pieces: The Battle of Agincourt, an historical poem in ottava rima ( not to be confused with his ballad on the same subject ), and The Miseries of Queen Margaret, written in the same verse and manner ; Nimphidia, the Court of Faery, a most joyous and graceful little epic of fairyland ; The Quest of Cinthia and The Shepherd's Sirena, two lyrical pastorals ; and finally The Moon Calf, a sort of satire.
Toni Morrison at the Miami Book Fair International of 1986Toni Morrison, the most recent American recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature, writing in a distinctive lyrical prose style, published her controversial debut novel, The Bluest Eye, to widespread critical acclaim in 1970.
However, many mocked the song for its poor lyrical content ; John Bush, writing for Allmusic, described it as " one of the most embarrassing rap performances of the new millennium ".
Noting that most of the genre's artists are singer-songwriters, writers have viewed neo soul artists ' lyrical content of as more " conscious-driven " and having a broader range than most other R & B artists.
John Dennis, in an 1883 work about great poets, wrote that " the ' Ode to Autumn ', ripe with the glory of the season it describes — must ever have a place among the most precious gems of lyrical poetry.
Along with her near contemporaries Jenny Lind and Thérèse Tietjens, Patti remains one of the most famous sopranos in history, owing to the purity and beauty of her lyrical voice and the unmatched quality of her bel canto technique.
Hans Werner Henze largely dissociated himself from the Darmstadt school in favour of a more lyrical approach, and remains perhaps Germany's most lauded living composer.
" Prior's "— says Thackeray, himself no mean proficient in this kind —" seem to me amongst the easiest, the richest, the most charmingly humorous of English lyrical poems.
Although credited as a songwriter on most Blur tracks, his most significant lyrical contributions appeared on the hit singles " Tender " and " Coffee & TV "; a number of tracks in the band's catalogue were also penned mainly by Coxon.
* Talking Heads, who had strong ties to the area, account for perhaps the most famous lyrical mention of CBGB with the song " Life During Wartime ", in the verse " this ain't no Mudd Club or CBGB ...".
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These items, and most of the others listed above, seem quite comparable to items whose right of survival is provided for in section 381.
In most circumstances the string section is treated by the arranger as one homogenous unit and its members are required to play preconceived material rather than improvise.
The courts of appeal in administrative cases however are specialized depending on the case, but most administrative appeals end up in the judicial section of the Council of State ( Raad van State ).
In Brazil, unlike most Civil-law jurisdictions, there is no specialized court or section to deal with administrative cases.
The cantillation signs for the large poetic section in the middle of the Book of Job differ from those of most of the biblical books, using a system shared with it only by Psalms and Proverbs.
In 1604 James I ordered some further changes, the most significant of these being the addition to the Catechism of a section on the Sacraments.
In addition to ongoing beautification and renewal projects for the existing parks, a number of new parks have been added in recent years, such as the Ping Tom Memorial Park in Chinatown, DuSable Park on the Near North Side, and most notably, Millennium Park in a section of one of Chicago's oldest parks, Grant Park in the Chicago Loop.
The North Side is the most densely populated residential section of the city and many high-rises are located on this side of the city along the lakefront.
The North Side is the most densely populated section of the city outside of downtown and many high-rises line this side of the city along the lakefront.
With the exception of the few dietary studies in the urinary tract infection section, conventional medicine has not used most of these alternatives, since limited scientific evidence proves either their effectiveness or subclinical systemic candidiasis is a viable diagnosis.
The most famous historical account of trebuchet use dates back to the siege of Stirling Castle in 1304, when the army of Edward I constructed a giant trebuchet known as “ Warwolf ”, which then proceeded to “ level a section of wall, successfully concluding the siege .”
The section of Route 3 between Wimbledon and West Croydon follows the old single-track British Rail route for the most part, which was closed on 31 May 1997 so that it could be converted for Tramlink.
The general formula is set out in section 38 ( 1 ), known as the " 7 / 50 formula ", requires: ( a ) assent from both the House of Commons and the Senate ; ( b ) the approval of two-thirds of the provincial legislatures ( at least seven provinces ) representing at least 50 % of the population ( effectively, this would include at least Quebec or Ontario, as they are the most populous provinces ).
The Docklands are also the location of District 1, the most functional section of Britain during the outbreak of Rage Virus and the headquarters for Army Officials in Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's 2007 movie 28 Weeks Later.
Any byte in the entire file can be owned by at most one section, and there can be orphan bytes which are not owned by any section.
However, most of these projects are specific to individual nationalities ( riism from English speakers, for example ), and the only changes that have gained acceptance in the Esperanto community have been the minor and gradual bottom-up reforms discussed in the last section.
His personal story ( a prince born in the poorest rione ( section of the city ) of Naples ), his unique twisted face, his special mimic expressions and his gestures, created an inimitable personage and made him one of the most beloved Italians of the 1960s.
The most important power is found in section 58: " When a proposed law passed by both Houses of Parliament is presented to the Governor-General for the Queen's assent, he shall declare ... that he assents in the Queen's name.
Scientific instruments to measure fields and particles were mounted on the spinning section of the spacecraft, together with the main antenna, power supply, the propulsion module and most of Galileos computers and control electronics.
The wide sandy beach, one section of which is designated for use by naturists, runs for approximately 18 kilometres to Scheveningen and for most of this distance is backed by extensive sand dunes through which there are foot and cycle paths.
While he was born in a section of Mobile referred to as " Down the Bay ," he spent most of his youth in Toulminville.
Other well known of these subalpine lakes are Lake Maggiore (), whose most northerly section is part of Switzerland, Como (), Orta, Lugano, Iseo, Idro.
Susan, 16-years-old, competed in the grandmaster section and had a victory against GM Walter Browne and Sophia, 11-years-old, finished second in her section, but Judit gathered most of the attention in the tournament.