Higgins - Useless Times album FLAC
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Useless" is Depeche Mode's thirty-fourth UK single, released on 20 October 1997, and the fourth and final single for the album Ultra. It was released with "Home" as a double A-side in the US due to "Useless" getting airplay on US radio stations before "Home" was announced. The single remix, by Alan Moulder, changes the intro and has an updated beat (similar to the changes done to the 7" versions of "Walking In My Shoes" and "Condemnation"), and adds some extra synth during the chorus.
Released February 8, 2016.
Contact PJ Higgins on Messenger. Indeed times were hard, but music was the antidote that counteracted the grim beginnings. It was the connection with 'home'. Mr Lou had exceptional taste in music, a legacy that i'm proud to have inherited .
Andrew Higgins has been a Moscow correspondent for The New York Times since February 2016. Previously, he was the Brussels bureau chief, a position he assumed in November 2012. Before working at The Times, Mr. Higgins was the china bureau chief at The Washington Post, from 2010 to 2012, but was based out of Hong Kong due to the Chinese government’s refusal to grant him a visa. Mr. Higgins began his career at Reuters, where he worked as a correspondent in East Africa, Central Africa and France. From 1987 to 1991, he was the Beijing bureau chief for The Independent, and then became the publication’s Moscow bureau chief, from 1992 to 1995.
Higgins replaces these with a drawn-out beat and the occasional elongated vowel. As I say, unfortunate – because, in the main, Higgins’s fourth studio album is a likeable and well-intentioned affair, whose opening tracks give a false impression. Far better to listen to her upbeat, playful version of Sydney songwriter Perry Keyes’ observational and humorous NYE or the spirited string-laden Amanda Palmer duet that carols through Paul Kelly’s Before Too Long, which capture her clear joy and love for both her country and her country’s music. Music can be such a friend during those times. Oz, the book, is wonderful. Without the benefit of her never prosaic explanations, the album’s cover versions often pale next to the originals.
Elbert Joseph Higgins (born December 8, 1944) is an American singer-songwriter. In 1982, Higgins had a Top 40 album with Just Another Day in Paradise. It spawned the Billboard romantic classic ballad "Key Largo", which referenced the Humphrey Bogart movie of the same name and reached in the . Billboard Hot 100 record chart and in the Billboard adult contemporary charts and in the Billboard Country Music charts
Higgins hasn't been a bandleader on many sessions; this date was one of those rare times, as he headed a quartet on this release for the Italian Red label. Higgins played with intelligence, drive and style, keeping things rhythmically tight while principal soloist Bob Berg on tenor saxophone displayed his thick tone and versatility on a program of mainstream and hard bop featuring compositions by Higgins (two of the five), pianist Cedar Walton (two others) and one by Berg himself.
So, let’s count down a list of the 10 most useless things, on which people spend their money. Plautus, an eminent Roman playwright, once said ‘ You must spend money, to make money‘ and honestly, we don’t think this is what he meant. 10) Television Programming. From unwanted foreign channels to the times you don’t even switch on the television for days in a row, you still end up paying the entire amount of money to the cable company and if this isn’t a waste of your money, I don’t know what is. 9) Designer Clothing and Luxury Goods . How many times have you gifted your near and dear ones with a gift mug, that had their name inscribed on it or their photo on it? Gift mugs are often absurdly large and I have never seen anybody using them for their actual purpose, to hold drinks. They often find their way to the attic or the showcase, proving to be useless to the one receiving it.
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|4||My Spiteful Me||7:04|
|5||So Long (Live)||5:23|
|7||Behind Your Smile (Demo Version)
Performer – Sebastien Daillet
- Bass Guitar – Lionel Dos Santos
- Drums – Sebastien Daillet
- Guitar – Sonia Dos Santos
- Lead Vocals – Sebastien Daillet, Sonia Dos Santos
- Mixed By – Jean-Christophe Tabuy
- Recorded By – Frédéric Gramage