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The Velvet Underground is the self-titled third studio album by American rock band the Velvet Underground . Released in March 1969, it was their first record with Doug Yule , who was a replacement for John Cale . Recorded in 1968 at TTG Studios

The Velvet Underground is the self-titled third studio album by American rock band the Velvet Underground . Released in March 1969, it was their first record with Doug Yule , who was a replacement for John Cale . Recorded in 1968 at TTG Studios in Hollywood , California , the album's sound—consisting largely of ballads and straightforward rock songs—marked a notable shift in style from the band's previous recordings. In 2003, Rolling Stone magazine ranked the album number 314 in their list of the " 500 Greatest Albums of All Time ".

"The Murder Mystery" included all four band members' voices. During the verses, Lou Reed and guitarist Sterling Morrison recite different verses of poetry simultaneously, with the voices positioned strictly to the left and right. For the choruses, Maureen Tucker and Doug Yule sing different lyrics and melodies at the same time, also separated left and right. [ citation needed ] The album's closing song, "After Hours", has a rare solo lead vocal by Moe Tucker, again requested by Reed as he felt the sweet, innocent quality of her voice fit the song's mood better than his own.

The album was produced by the band themselves, and issued in two different stereo mixes . The more widely distributed mix is the one done by MGM/Verve staff engineer Val Valentin . The other mix was done by Lou Reed, boosting his vocals and guitar solos, while reducing the level of other instruments. This version was dubbed the "Closet Mix" by Sterling Morrison, because it sounded to him as if it had been recorded in a closet. [4] The most dramatic difference is that the two versions also use an entirely different performance of "Some Kinda Love", which was taken from the same recording sessions.

Hidden in a small hill in Marsiling, a short distance from the old Immigration Checkpoint and the Causeway connecting Singapore and Malaysia, there lies a tunnel system that most Singaporeans don’t know about.   Accidentally discovered by the  One North Explorers not too many years ago, the mystery of what those tunnels are for, had intrigued many, and spun a host of reasons what they could be.

Ezek.38 and 39 is on the spot now.
I can see that is about what happens in the end of the tribulation.
But 38 is little confusing; is this in the end of millennium?
What are your thoughts about that?

B ecause of its parallel in essence and character, I believe the Spirit is applying to the end of the millennium, by way of analogy, only ‘some’ aspects of the battle that even John would have certainly understood to be fulfilled primarily at “the great day of God Almighty” (compare Eze 39:8 with Rev 16:14-17; and Eze 39:4, 17-20 with Rev 19:17-18). So much of the detail simply cannot be made to fit with the post-millennial destruction of Gog and Magog, which I believe is being used as a type and symbol for a post-millennial reiteration of what has taken place before the millennium, but with important differences.

For one thing, the seven months burying of the dead, and seven years burning of weaponry (Eze 39:10, 12-14) does not fit with the sudden termination of the millennium and immediate revelation and descent of the perfected city of God (Rev 19:9-21:2). But perhaps most telling of all is that the Israel that Gog attacks in Eze 38-39 does not yet know the Lord; whereas the Israel that is threatened (but not successfully invaded), at the end of the millennium have known Him a thousand years.

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The Underground Home was the brainchild of Jay Swayze, a Texas home builder with a knack for understanding the fears of the American public. The demand for ultra-secure dwellings and fallout shelters in the wake of the Cuban Missile Crisis spurred Swayze to start the Underground World Home Corporation, and market his product with a full-size model home at the 1964 World’s Fair . The 12,000-square-foot home was built inside of a 15-foot ditch near the New York Hall of Science , and was extolled by The Wall Street Journal as “a new frontier for family living.”

Walters , who is a Research Assistant Professor at the Institute for Simulation and Training and Department of History at the University of Central Florida, thinks the modern-day archaeological site is worth looking into as a learning tool. “My interest in the Underground Home stems from its potential to introduce middle school children to urban archaeology,” she told us. “If we can secure the proper permissions and funding, it can provide children an opportunity to observe and participate in portions of a limited exploration of the site.”

The Velvet Underground is the self-titled third studio album by American rock band the Velvet Underground . Released in March 1969, it was their first record with Doug Yule , who was a replacement for John Cale . Recorded in 1968 at TTG Studios in Hollywood , California , the album's sound—consisting largely of ballads and straightforward rock songs—marked a notable shift in style from the band's previous recordings. In 2003, Rolling Stone magazine ranked the album number 314 in their list of the " 500 Greatest Albums of All Time ".

"The Murder Mystery" included all four band members' voices. During the verses, Lou Reed and guitarist Sterling Morrison recite different verses of poetry simultaneously, with the voices positioned strictly to the left and right. For the choruses, Maureen Tucker and Doug Yule sing different lyrics and melodies at the same time, also separated left and right. [ citation needed ] The album's closing song, "After Hours", has a rare solo lead vocal by Moe Tucker, again requested by Reed as he felt the sweet, innocent quality of her voice fit the song's mood better than his own.

The album was produced by the band themselves, and issued in two different stereo mixes . The more widely distributed mix is the one done by MGM/Verve staff engineer Val Valentin . The other mix was done by Lou Reed, boosting his vocals and guitar solos, while reducing the level of other instruments. This version was dubbed the "Closet Mix" by Sterling Morrison, because it sounded to him as if it had been recorded in a closet. [4] The most dramatic difference is that the two versions also use an entirely different performance of "Some Kinda Love", which was taken from the same recording sessions.

The Velvet Underground is the self-titled third studio album by American rock band the Velvet Underground . Released in March 1969, it was their first record with Doug Yule , who was a replacement for John Cale . Recorded in 1968 at TTG Studios in Hollywood , California , the album's sound—consisting largely of ballads and straightforward rock songs—marked a notable shift in style from the band's previous recordings. In 2003, Rolling Stone magazine ranked the album number 314 in their list of the " 500 Greatest Albums of All Time ".

"The Murder Mystery" included all four band members' voices. During the verses, Lou Reed and guitarist Sterling Morrison recite different verses of poetry simultaneously, with the voices positioned strictly to the left and right. For the choruses, Maureen Tucker and Doug Yule sing different lyrics and melodies at the same time, also separated left and right. [ citation needed ] The album's closing song, "After Hours", has a rare solo lead vocal by Moe Tucker, again requested by Reed as he felt the sweet, innocent quality of her voice fit the song's mood better than his own.

The album was produced by the band themselves, and issued in two different stereo mixes . The more widely distributed mix is the one done by MGM/Verve staff engineer Val Valentin . The other mix was done by Lou Reed, boosting his vocals and guitar solos, while reducing the level of other instruments. This version was dubbed the "Closet Mix" by Sterling Morrison, because it sounded to him as if it had been recorded in a closet. [4] The most dramatic difference is that the two versions also use an entirely different performance of "Some Kinda Love", which was taken from the same recording sessions.

Hidden in a small hill in Marsiling, a short distance from the old Immigration Checkpoint and the Causeway connecting Singapore and Malaysia, there lies a tunnel system that most Singaporeans don’t know about.   Accidentally discovered by the  One North Explorers not too many years ago, the mystery of what those tunnels are for, had intrigued many, and spun a host of reasons what they could be.

The Velvet Underground is the self-titled third studio album by American rock band the Velvet Underground . Released in March 1969, it was their first record with Doug Yule , who was a replacement for John Cale . Recorded in 1968 at TTG Studios in Hollywood , California , the album's sound—consisting largely of ballads and straightforward rock songs—marked a notable shift in style from the band's previous recordings. In 2003, Rolling Stone magazine ranked the album number 314 in their list of the " 500 Greatest Albums of All Time ".

"The Murder Mystery" included all four band members' voices. During the verses, Lou Reed and guitarist Sterling Morrison recite different verses of poetry simultaneously, with the voices positioned strictly to the left and right. For the choruses, Maureen Tucker and Doug Yule sing different lyrics and melodies at the same time, also separated left and right. [ citation needed ] The album's closing song, "After Hours", has a rare solo lead vocal by Moe Tucker, again requested by Reed as he felt the sweet, innocent quality of her voice fit the song's mood better than his own.

The album was produced by the band themselves, and issued in two different stereo mixes . The more widely distributed mix is the one done by MGM/Verve staff engineer Val Valentin . The other mix was done by Lou Reed, boosting his vocals and guitar solos, while reducing the level of other instruments. This version was dubbed the "Closet Mix" by Sterling Morrison, because it sounded to him as if it had been recorded in a closet. [4] The most dramatic difference is that the two versions also use an entirely different performance of "Some Kinda Love", which was taken from the same recording sessions.

Hidden in a small hill in Marsiling, a short distance from the old Immigration Checkpoint and the Causeway connecting Singapore and Malaysia, there lies a tunnel system that most Singaporeans don’t know about.   Accidentally discovered by the  One North Explorers not too many years ago, the mystery of what those tunnels are for, had intrigued many, and spun a host of reasons what they could be.

Ezek.38 and 39 is on the spot now.
I can see that is about what happens in the end of the tribulation.
But 38 is little confusing; is this in the end of millennium?
What are your thoughts about that?

B ecause of its parallel in essence and character, I believe the Spirit is applying to the end of the millennium, by way of analogy, only ‘some’ aspects of the battle that even John would have certainly understood to be fulfilled primarily at “the great day of God Almighty” (compare Eze 39:8 with Rev 16:14-17; and Eze 39:4, 17-20 with Rev 19:17-18). So much of the detail simply cannot be made to fit with the post-millennial destruction of Gog and Magog, which I believe is being used as a type and symbol for a post-millennial reiteration of what has taken place before the millennium, but with important differences.

For one thing, the seven months burying of the dead, and seven years burning of weaponry (Eze 39:10, 12-14) does not fit with the sudden termination of the millennium and immediate revelation and descent of the perfected city of God (Rev 19:9-21:2). But perhaps most telling of all is that the Israel that Gog attacks in Eze 38-39 does not yet know the Lord; whereas the Israel that is threatened (but not successfully invaded), at the end of the millennium have known Him a thousand years.

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The Underground Home was the brainchild of Jay Swayze, a Texas home builder with a knack for understanding the fears of the American public. The demand for ultra-secure dwellings and fallout shelters in the wake of the Cuban Missile Crisis spurred Swayze to start the Underground World Home Corporation, and market his product with a full-size model home at the 1964 World’s Fair . The 12,000-square-foot home was built inside of a 15-foot ditch near the New York Hall of Science , and was extolled by The Wall Street Journal as “a new frontier for family living.”

Walters , who is a Research Assistant Professor at the Institute for Simulation and Training and Department of History at the University of Central Florida, thinks the modern-day archaeological site is worth looking into as a learning tool. “My interest in the Underground Home stems from its potential to introduce middle school children to urban archaeology,” she told us. “If we can secure the proper permissions and funding, it can provide children an opportunity to observe and participate in portions of a limited exploration of the site.”

The power of water should never be underestimated, but the mystery of water should never be ignored. Without water, Earth as a living planet would cease to exist! Conserving this precious commodity is often discussed, but discovering new sources of water is a fairly untouched subject.

Although water is procurable through many different sources, the population expansion and consequential usage places a constant strain on these resources, forcing water suppliers to look elsewhere.

Rainwater harvesting is being hailed as a potential saviour for non-potable water uses, and the recent discovery of an underground lake dating back 2.7 billion years has made people look twice at the world’s largest underground lakes.

The Velvet Underground is the self-titled third studio album by American rock band the Velvet Underground . Released in March 1969, it was their first record with Doug Yule , who was a replacement for John Cale . Recorded in 1968 at TTG Studios in Hollywood , California , the album's sound—consisting largely of ballads and straightforward rock songs—marked a notable shift in style from the band's previous recordings. In 2003, Rolling Stone magazine ranked the album number 314 in their list of the " 500 Greatest Albums of All Time ".

"The Murder Mystery" included all four band members' voices. During the verses, Lou Reed and guitarist Sterling Morrison recite different verses of poetry simultaneously, with the voices positioned strictly to the left and right. For the choruses, Maureen Tucker and Doug Yule sing different lyrics and melodies at the same time, also separated left and right. [ citation needed ] The album's closing song, "After Hours", has a rare solo lead vocal by Moe Tucker, again requested by Reed as he felt the sweet, innocent quality of her voice fit the song's mood better than his own.

The album was produced by the band themselves, and issued in two different stereo mixes . The more widely distributed mix is the one done by MGM/Verve staff engineer Val Valentin . The other mix was done by Lou Reed, boosting his vocals and guitar solos, while reducing the level of other instruments. This version was dubbed the "Closet Mix" by Sterling Morrison, because it sounded to him as if it had been recorded in a closet. [4] The most dramatic difference is that the two versions also use an entirely different performance of "Some Kinda Love", which was taken from the same recording sessions.

Hidden in a small hill in Marsiling, a short distance from the old Immigration Checkpoint and the Causeway connecting Singapore and Malaysia, there lies a tunnel system that most Singaporeans don’t know about.   Accidentally discovered by the  One North Explorers not too many years ago, the mystery of what those tunnels are for, had intrigued many, and spun a host of reasons what they could be.

Ezek.38 and 39 is on the spot now.
I can see that is about what happens in the end of the tribulation.
But 38 is little confusing; is this in the end of millennium?
What are your thoughts about that?

B ecause of its parallel in essence and character, I believe the Spirit is applying to the end of the millennium, by way of analogy, only ‘some’ aspects of the battle that even John would have certainly understood to be fulfilled primarily at “the great day of God Almighty” (compare Eze 39:8 with Rev 16:14-17; and Eze 39:4, 17-20 with Rev 19:17-18). So much of the detail simply cannot be made to fit with the post-millennial destruction of Gog and Magog, which I believe is being used as a type and symbol for a post-millennial reiteration of what has taken place before the millennium, but with important differences.

For one thing, the seven months burying of the dead, and seven years burning of weaponry (Eze 39:10, 12-14) does not fit with the sudden termination of the millennium and immediate revelation and descent of the perfected city of God (Rev 19:9-21:2). But perhaps most telling of all is that the Israel that Gog attacks in Eze 38-39 does not yet know the Lord; whereas the Israel that is threatened (but not successfully invaded), at the end of the millennium have known Him a thousand years.

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