I always associated yellow with cuts or bruises, or the discharge that comes from wounds. So I just always thought these were the reasons why I didn like yellow. But the color yellow corresponds with the Solarplexus Chakra. Speak from experience when I say the United Nations presents many such opportunities to strike a deal […]

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Each CD contains about a dozen thematically organized tracks. Production music, like any useful mass produced commodity, comes in all shapes and sizes, conveniently packaged. You get full length musical themes (2:00 4:00), plus 60 or 30 second edits for use in broadcast commercials; some of the cuts have been decomposed further into detachable stings […]

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Results show that global climate science policy discourses universalise the myriad impacts of a changing climate into a single dichotomous impacted/not impacted scenario and aim to govern this world according to economic principles of cost “benefit analysis. These discourses use metaphors that draw on narrative structures prevalent in the wider culture to produce and legitimate […]

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While its more likely to find John Lydon on television screens advertising butter or playing with celebrities in the jungle than creating groundbreaking music these days, this rare festival outing for Public Image Limited surely ranks as one of the unmissable shows of the summer. Having reformed the band last year, albeit without “classic line […]

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