What's Wrong with This Picture? is the second album by singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Andrew Gold. It was released in 1976 on Asylum Records. It includes the hit single "Lonely Boy" which peaked at #7 on the Billboard singles chart featuring Linda Ronstadt on backing vocals.
This picture book was composed in 1940 to display choice pieces from the Museum's Near East jewelry collection. Along with its array of photographs, the assembling curators have provided an introductory essay on the history and cultures that surround each of these carefully crafted ornaments, as well as the techniques used to produce them.
This picture word book, illustrated by Val Biro, has been designed for children who are beginning to learn how to read and write. Over 500 words which children encounter are listed in alphabetical order. Each word is accompanied by a phrase to show usage and by a lively illustration to express meaning. A special picture section at the back on numbers, colours, festivals and fairytale characters will help children with their own writing at school. An extended word list will help them with spelling.
A collection of Placebo's hit singles from 1996-2004. A second disc also includes remixes of the singles 'Special K', 'Without You I'm Nothing', 'Every You Every Me', 'Protëge Moi', 'Slave To The Wage', 'Pure Morning', 'Taste In Men', 'Black-Eyed', 'English Summer Rain' and 'This Picture'.
Due to their penchant for androgynous attire/makeup and raw, punky guitar riffs, Placebo have been described by some as a glam version of Nirvana. The multinational band was formed by singer/guitarist Brian Molko (part Scottish and American descent, but raised in England) and Swedish bassist Stefan Olsdal.
Carnival Of Souls are the final sessions recorded by Eric Singer & Bruce Kulick after KISS had decided to reunite the four original members. This picture disc is the only vinyl pressing of the album to date. Very rare, released for promotional use only, never released on vinyl to the public.
This ex-Dead Can Dance member imparts her own mixture of the ethereal, the worldly, the emotionally abstract, and the purely beautiful to all of her projects. She's been universally recognized and acclaimed for her body of work: she received a Golden Globe and was Oscar-nominated for the "Gladiator" soundtrack. She has also worked on such high profile movies as "Ali" and "The Insider". This release is a soundtrack for the New Zealand indie film "Whale Rider", already the biggest grossing film in New Zealand ever. Gerrard's music, combined with the motion picture, provides an experience of profound power and spiritual enlightenment.