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" Machine Gun ", the instrumental title track from the band's debut album, became a staple at American sporting events, and is similarly featured in many films, including Boogie Nights and Looking for Mr. Goodbar.
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Famous Depression Era gangsters, including Pretty Boy Floyd, Baby Face Nelson, Machine Gun Kelly, and more ( 1920s ).
These included that of Dillinger, Alvin Karpis, and Machine Gun Kelly, which led to the Bureau's powers being broadened and it was given its new name in 1935: the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The Japanese-made Uni-Vibe, designed to simulate the modulation effects of the rotating Leslie speaker, provided a rich phasing sound with a speed control pedal, and is heard on the Band of Gypsys track " Machine Gun ", which highlights use of the Uni-Vibe, Octavia and Fuzz Face.
* 1979 – The Damned – " I Just Can't Be Happy Today " / " Ballroom Blitz " ( with Lemmy on bass ) / " Turkey Song " ( 7 " single ) – available as bonus track on the reissued Machine Gun Etiquette album
Two years later EMI released The Essential Nancy Sinatra – a UK-only greatest-hits compilation featuring the previously unreleased track, " Machine Gun Kelly ".
* 1914 – World War I: The creation of the Canadian Automobile Machine Gun Brigade, the first fully mechanized unit in the British Army.
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It is also rumored that PAM actually stood for " Personal Arcade Machine ", as the majority of games for the system ended up being arcade conversions.
The more famous ones include the " bamboo-copter " ( very similar to the ones that appears on the older series of Beany and Cecil ), a small head accessory that allows flight ; the " Anywhere Door ", a door that opens up to any place the user wishes ; and the " Time Machine ".
Tin Machine IIs arrival was marked by a widely publicised and ill-timed conflict over the cover art: after production had begun, the new record label, Victory, deemed the depiction of four ancient nude Kouroi statues, judged by Bowie to be " in exquisite taste ", " a show of wrong, obscene images ", requiring air-brushing and patching to render the figures sexless.
; Forgotten Futures III: George E. Challenger's Mysterious World: Adventures with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's scientific hero, including the full text of The Lost World, " The Poison Belt ", " When The World Screamed ", The Land Of Mist, " The Horror of the Heights ", and " The Disintegration Machine ", a worldbook, four adventures, and a wargames scenario.
Some of his early novels, called " scientific romances ", invented a number of themes now classic in science fiction in such works as The Time Machine, The Island of Doctor Moreau, The Invisible Man, The War of the Worlds, When the Sleeper Wakes, and The First Men in the Moon.
Shortly following their first performance together, the band entered the studio to record the Brown-Byrd composition, " Get Up ( I Feel Like Being a ) Sex Machine ", the song further enhanced Brown's influence in funk music, moving further away from his late 1960s funk origins.
*" Design of the Kernel Language for the Parallel Inference Machine ", U. Kazunori et al., Computer J ( December 1990 ).
He also provided the lead vocals on a number of songs, including the band's biggest UK chart single, " Silver Machine ", which reached No. 3 in 1972.
While most weapons are designed to be used exclusively in one manner or the other, FM 3-22. 68 " Crew-Served Machine Guns ", describes how the M249 can be used either as a machine gun or as an automatic rifle: " Both the M249 automatic rifle and the M249 machine gun are identical, but its employment is different.
* Machine pistols and submachine guns ( like the World War II " grease gun ", MAC-10 or the Uzi ) are usually blowback operated.
The Steyr TMP ( Tactical Machine Pistol ) is a 9 mm blowback-operated, rotating-barrel weapon that is 282 mm long and that can fire 800 – 900 rounds per minute ; despite its small size, lack of a stock, and the fact that it is called a " tactical machine pistol ", it is often classed as a compact submachine gun.
Machine code should not be confused with so-called " bytecode ", which is executed by an interpreter.
By the time of the First World War, the mass advertising and popularity of the Victor Talking Machine Company's Victrolas ( a line of disc-playing machines characterized by their concealed horns ) was leading to widespread generic use of the word " victrola " for any machine that played discs, which were however still called " phonograph records " or simply " records ", almost never " victrola records ".
Calvert suffered from bipolar disorder, at one point being sectioned under the Mental Health Act, Lemmy would sing on the single version of " Silver Machine ", his vocal an overdub of a live recording taken at the Roundhouse in London.