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Their and record
Their 90 – 73 regular season mark set a franchise record.
For example, each record in a " Faculty and Their Courses " table might contain a Faculty ID, Faculty Name, Faculty Hire Date, and Course Code — thus we can record the details of any faculty member who teaches at least one course, but we cannot record the details of a newly hired faculty member who has not yet been assigned to teach any courses except by setting the Course Code to null.
Their debut featured re-recorded versions of all six of the Sacrificial tunes that had secured them their record deal.
Their record was produced by Bob Casale and Mark Mothersbaugh ; Mark also co-wrote some of the songs.
Their record of 64 – 97 was far worse than even the expansion Colt. 45's, but not as bad as the 2011 Astros ( 56 – 106 ) and the 2012 Astros ( 52 – 105 as of 9 / 28 / 2012 ).
Their final record was 33-1.
Their final record was 23-8.
Their only record with enough U. S. sales to be certified gold was the compilation album Ramones Mania.
Their next game was on the road against the Denver Broncos, who had earned the AFC's top seed with a 13 – 3 record and were widely regarded as the best team in the AFC, if not the NFL.
Their first season record was 3 – 11, which set an NFL record for most wins by an expansion team.
Their touring career at the time seemed over, and it was uncertain whether the trio would ever record again.
Their 9-7 regular season record was followed by postseason wins over the Dallas Cowboys and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Their record label, Stiff Records, went bankrupt soon after the 1987 release of the single " The Irish Rover " ( with The Dubliners ).
Their 27-run margin of victory is also a modern day MLB record.
Their 5th record, Ain't Love Grand !, was produced by pop-metal producer Michael Wagener.
Their most vocal and energetic actions have been in support of repealing laws which tie artists to contracts with record labels for seven years, and in successfully lobbying to repeal supposedly " technical revisions " to American copyright statutes which shifted ownership of some copyrights from artists to record labels.
Their first release, " Sugar Baby Love " was an instant hit remaining at number one in the United Kingdom for four weeks in May 1974, while reaching number 37 on the U. S. chart that August, and remains their best-known record.
Their names, accomplishments or total numbers are unknown because of poor record keeping.
Their first album Bathory was released in 1984 and is " regarded by many as the first black metal record.
Their 1967 record Surrealistic Pillow is regarded as one of the key recordings of the so-called Summer of Love and brought the group international recognition.
Their record was respectable but less impressive than their 2004 – 2005 record and 1st place playoff seeded season.

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Their major label albums were: Yo!
Their early works were made up of hardcore punk, and attracted the attention of Joe Carducci as he was starting to work with legendary punk label SST Records.
Their first major hit single was " You've Lost That Lovin ' Feelin '" on the Philles label in 1965.
Their first single was " To Give You Love " ( 1985 ) on the Diamond International label.
Their next album, 1984's The Big Express marked a return to the harsher and more abrasive sounds of their early albums, but the combination of the group's ' no touring ' status and the growing disenchantment of their label made it their poorest selling LP to date.
Their major label debut Grey Britain was described as being even more aggressive than their previous material, and the band was subsequently dropped from the label.
Their first recording session, for McGee's independent label Essential Records, was a single track entitled " The Orchard ".
Their only consistently successful act until the " Beat Boom " was that of teen idol Adam Faith: Faith was assigned to the label in 1959 by Norman Newell, an EMI A & R man " without portfolio ".
Their first work appeared on the Soul City label, which was started by Imperial Records / United Artists Records recording artist Johnny Rivers.
Their next offering was 1995's Ultra Violet ( titled " I Found Love " in Japan ) on a new label.
Their major label debut, The Beautiful Letdown, under Columbia Records / Red Ink, represented the band's evolution from the predominantly lo-fi, indie rock sound of their early albums, toward a more layered, synth-influenced sound that helped launch the band to mainstream popularity.
Their first 7 " was released on their own record label, Cells.
Their first album for the label, Sing the Sorrow, was released in 2003.
Their first recording for the label, " Rock Around the Clock ", helped usher in the rock and roll era.
Their greatest, " Tell Me Why ", released in May 1961 on the Sabrina ( aka Sabina ) label, reached No. 18.
Their parents agreed with their decision helping to send them off to New York in 1956 where they begin scouting for record deals, finally signing with the Teenage record label where they recorded their first single, " Angels Cried ".
Their growing popularity led to a record deal with the major label Phonogram / Vertigo ( Mercury Records in the US ).
Their first album for the new label Daryl Hall & John Oates ( often referred to by their fans as the silver album because of the silver lamé material on the original album cover ) was their first legitimate success.
Their first album for the label, Ooh Yeah !, included the hits " Everything Your Heart Desires " ( Number 3 in May 1988 — their last to make the Top 10 ), " Missed Opportunity ", and " Downtown Life ".
Their single " Sycamore Sid " was issued on Deram Records with credit to Apple Publishing on the label.
Their first release on the label was Ignition, which was released in 1992.
Their last album for that label was 1994's Smash, which still holds the world record for most sales of an album on an independent label.

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