Sound System

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Sound System - Culture
... Sound system (Jamaican), a mobile dance club created in the 1940s LCD Soundsystem, a musical project headed by James Murphy Sound system (DJ), a group of disc ... Sound-System, a 1984 album by Herbie Hancock Sound System Records, an Australian indie record label ...
Sister Nancy - Career
... perform on the Twelve Tribes of Israel soundsystem Jahlovemuzik sound system that she worked with, and worked for three years on the Stereophonic sound system with General Echo ... The sound system toured internationally, with both Sister Nancy and Brigadier Jerry making their debut UK performances at the Brixton Town Hall, London in 1982 ...
Pictures (Sneaky Sound System Song) - UK / 2008 Mix
... Pictures" Single by Sneaky Sound System from the album Sneaky Sound System Released 21 July 2008 (2008-07-21) Format CD, Digital download, 7" vinyl, 12" vinyl Genre Dance/Electronic Length 317 Label 14th Floor ...
Picuris Dialect - Sound System
... Additionally, there are three tones high, mid, and low — the mid tone being the most frequent. ...
Sneak Preview – Mixes And Remixes - Release History
... Format Catalogue UK 15 December 2008 14th Floor Records Whack Digital download - Sneaky Sound System Black Angus Connie Mitchell Peter Dolso Donnie Sloan Shaun ...

Famous quotes containing the words system and/or sound:

    ... the yearly expenses of the existing religious system ... exceed in these United States twenty millions of dollars. Twenty millions! For teaching what? Things unseen and causes unknown!... Twenty millions would more than suffice to make us wise; and alas! do they not more than suffice to make us foolish?
    Frances Wright (1795–1852)

    A sound mind in a sound body, is a short, but full description of a happy state in this World: he that has these two, has little more to wish for; and he that wants either of them, will be little the better for anything else.
    John Locke (1632–1704)