FAAr - Faculdades Associadas de Ariquemes - Curso de graduação em administração, direito, enfermagem, farmácia, psicologia, sistemas de informação, tecnologia em sistemas para internet, Pós-Graduação em gestão ambiental, docência do ensino superior, direito processual civil, psicologia organizacional
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City: -43.2192 , Brazil
Why in the hell did it take me 9 years to buy this cd? After reading a magazine article and listening to a few tracks of this album on the internet, I decided to buy it. Wow, this album is truley great. I can't believe it was made a whole decade ago. The sounds they use I like alot. They are simple, but I love them. Songs like "Safe From Harm", "One Love", "Unfinished Sympathy", "Blue Lines", and "Five Man Army" are gems. The other songs are ok, but these alone are well worth your 14$ or whatever.
Its a awesome cooler backpack. I can easily carry it from one place to another just like a backpack, and its so easy to clean inside and outside.
garbage, not enough insulation, very thin, they call it hi loft but is as very little down. Not worth the money, patagonia days are over, great quality thing of the past.
I was pleasantly surprised by this book. I had to read it for an operations management class for school, so to be honest, I wasn't expecting much, but the book was written well, and it kept me engaged. The book uses a struggling manufacturing plant as an example to teach operations and manufacturing principles. The story kept me interested and the made the important points more impactful and memorable. I don't work in manufacturing, but it is easy to see how the principles in this book relate to almost any process in the real world. I think anyone can learn important lessons by reading this book.
I have the original 70's CD, and this JCS CD is pretty interesting, but not much better. Some of the orchestrations have been changed and updated, including a final ending to "Everything's Alright" which finally seems to get some closure instead of the annoying fade out on the previous CD's. THERE AREN'T ANY FADE OUTS IN LIVE PERFORMANCES!
...though their other albums are each great in their own right. Actually, I heard "Protection" and "Mezzanine" before I picked up "Blue Lines", and I was amazed by the soulfulness of the latter. This album owes a lot to soul, R and B, and hip-hop, and it makes me wonder how the moniker "trip-hop" was born. Horace Andy is great on this album, much better than he is on "Mezzanine", and Tricky's good, too. The title track is my favorite, I love driving around the city and listening to it. Definitely get it!