Random Disorder: "Change of Seasons" Video
It is particularly a joy to Live and Give; therefore, this video offers a change to relive the peace of being who you are as well as who you Must grow to be.
Leaked from today's episode: a new Netflix video player, 30 rock enters its last season, a band randomly picks up hitch-hiking John Waters, and how popular is your birthday?
John Farmer heads up CPU -- the counter pumpkin unit. They've been investigating pumpkin cells that are trying to undermine the peace between pumpkins and people. (explained in the first two movies) But in these three minutes, everything changes
In a very special, and very serious, episode of The 404, we sit down to reflect on the many ways Michael Jackson changed the world. From his music to his dance and music videos, MJ's ubiquity is undeniable. Heroes come and go, but legends never die! Rest in peace, Mike!
The world we live in is marked by disorder and chaos. Few things, if any, are certain. But then there is Type O Negative, the Brooklyn band whose been making a glorious, doom-caked racket for over a decade. With a sense of humor blacker than the clothing that the individual band members wear and a profound distaste and disgust for both humanity and political correctness, Type O Negative never changes with the times the times change with them. Marked by sharp wit and bouts of gloom 'n depression, Type O Negative continues to reward its listeners with what they have come to love and what they have to expect from the Brooklyn doom squad: a nihilistic world view, anthems of sex and death, and a blinding torch of well-placed hate. + LIFE IS KILLING ME It is Type O Negative's gothically tinged metal, reared on a steady diet of Bauhaus and Sisters Of Mercy, which never takes itself too seriously, that has garnered them critical and commercial success. 1993's Bloody Kisses was the first album to achieve Gold and Platinum status in the Roadrunner Records catalog. It's successor, 1996's October Rust, also went Gold, thus solidifying Type O's roots in the sediment of metal. Through it all, bassist/frontman Peter Steele still reminisces about his days as an employee of the NYC Parks Department, still lives in the same basement apartment in Brooklyn, still drives the same car, and still wolfs down TV dinners. And he and his cohorts still make bittersweet, head down hard rock.
In the ever-changing television market, choosing the right one can be a challenge. David Katzmaier shares his expertise this holiday season.
The Bacon Brothers offer a living-room performance of their catchy tune "Peace Dance."
Starting with a peaceful stroll through the woods, Death Cab for Cutie soon finds musical notes everywhere.
This video provides the heart with hope for a long lasting reality or LOVE with Peace of MIND as well, insh'Allah (God willing).
Amazon steps up competition with Netflix, Viacom and DirecTV make peace, and Twitter continues legal fight.