Piet Blank and Jaspa Jones - the producers known worldwide. For two they have let out already many albums and tens magnificent singles, reliably having fixed in world history of dancing music. Their hits more than once appeared at tops of charts, and each new album stably got to number 50 of the best to Germany. It started in 1997 with their debut single "Sunrise", the first step towards producing their own tracks. Nowadays, one cannot imagine the electronic elite without Blank & Jones. During their career they have known no musical boundaries and have worked with Artists such as Robert Smith from The Cure, Bernard Sumner from New Order, Sarah McLachlan, the Pet Shop Boys and Keane to name just a few…
Spanish indie pop band who cracked the charts at home in 2009 after switching from English to Spanish, and garnered multiple number ones. The deluxe edition of 1999 (O Cómo Generar Incendios de Nieve con una Lupa Enfocando a la Luna), the 2009 breakthrough release from Barcelona indie pop outfit Love of Lesbian, includes the original CD – a concept album about a year in the life of a couple – plus two DVDs with concerts, official videos, extras, and a documentary directed by multimedia artist Lyona, who is also responsible for the band's videos and artwork.
Now series celebrate Millennium with 20 cd release covering 80's & 90's decade, this 2CD edition covering best of from year 1983.
In 1999, Smith recruited friends like guitarist Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi), singer Joe Lynn Turner (Rainbow), bassist and singer Glenn Hughes (Deep Purple), drummer Camine Appice (Vanilla Fudge), guitarist Howard Leese (Heart), singer Kelly Hansen (Foreigner), bassist Chuck Wright (Quiet Riot) and drummer Richie Onari (Sweet) to record the critically acclaimed Stuart Smith’s Heaven & Earth. This incredible debut album by rock/blues band Heaven & Earth features British guitarist Stuart Smith (who critics have compared to Beck, Blackmore, Clapton, and Page).
After the success of his first play, writer Darius ends up in a hospital to cure him of his alcoholism. When he returns to Paris six months later, his producer immediately demands his next play, which is about to go into rehearsal. Unable to write, totally depressed, and have killed his neighbour's cat by accident, Darius takes an overdose of sleeping tablets. When he wakes up, he finds that the first act of his play has been written on his computer. Convinced that the act of killing has given him the inspiration he needs, he embarks on a career of murder and mayhem…
The seventh season of the American science fiction television series The X-Files commenced airing on the Fox network in the United States on November 7, 1999, concluded on May 21, 2000, and consists of twenty-two episodes. The season would be the last to feature co-star David Duchovny in full-time capacity. He would return in later seasons as an intermittent main character.
Season seven takes place after the destruction of the Syndicate, which marked the end of their long-running story arc. This season marks the end of various other story lines, most notably the revelation of Samantha Mulder's fate to her brother, Fox Mulder. In addition, because sister show Millennium was cancelled in 1999 without concluding any of the shows extended plot lines, Chris Carter felt he needed to bring closure for his cancelled show. As a result, the episode "Millennium" was written and produced.