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Takie cudeńka rysuje własnoręcznie moja koleżanka z pracy. Bierze udział w konkursie na podlinkowanej poniżej stronie, więc każdy lajk i komentarz się liczy. :-) W jej imieniu będę bardzo wdzięczny za pomoc.

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Priceless!!! :-D
Ludzie bardziej interesują się młodymi muzykami niż tym, co Paul McCartney zjadł na śniadanie. :-)))

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Ale historia i tak nas niczego nie uczy.

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What, specifically, did Plant miss?
A lot of stuff I’d taken for granted. Particular hilltops and views around here and in Wales. Sadly for the readers, there still is a feeling I get when I look to the West [laughs]. I was dug-in in Austin for about 18 months, and when I came back home I saw how everything had grown. I thought, ‘Wow – everything is on the move except for me.’

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jezujezujezu (nieczyt.)

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Tak jeszcze apropos rewelacyjnych kawałków, to do dzisiaj nie jestem pewien, czy Bohemian Rhapsody jest na pewno lepsze...

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Tak mi telefon ostatnio przypomniał... Co za kawałek, co za płyta!!!

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By exploring foreign source material in a cultural vacuum, the Google Translate generation risks straying just as irretrievably from the message behind the meaning behind the words. In an age of instant transnational communication, it is our ability to communicate across cultural divides that separates us from the machine translators.

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One of the best songs off the "Internal Exile" album.

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A happy birthday to :

Paul Bruce Dickinson (1958), known professionally as Bruce Dickinson, is an English musician, airline pilot, and broadcaster. He is best known as the lead vocalist of the heavy metal band Iron Maiden.

Dickinson began his career in music fronting small pub bands at school and university, including Styx (not the American band of the same name) in 1976, Speed, (1977–1978), and Shots in early 1979. He then joined the band Samson later in 1979, where he gained some popularity under the stage name "Bruce Bruce". He left Samson in 1981 to join Iron Maiden, replacing Paul Di'Anno, and debuted on their 1982 album The Number of the Beast. During his first tenure in the band, they issued a series of US and UK platinum and gold albums in the 1980s, resulting in Dickinson gaining worldwide fame, and becoming one of the most acclaimed heavy metal vocalists of all time.

Dickinson quit Iron Maiden in 1993 (being replaced by Blaze Bayley) in order to pursue his solo career, which saw him experiment with a wide variety of heavy metal and rock styles. He rejoined the band in 1999, along with guitarist Adrian Smith, with whom he released four subsequent studio albums. Since his return to Iron Maiden, he issued one further solo record in 2005, Tyranny of Souls. He is the older cousin of Rob Dickinson, former lead singer of British alternative rock band Catherine Wheel. His son, Austin, is the lead singer in metalcore band Rise to Remain.

Iron Maiden - Wasted Years 
From the album : Somewhere In Time (1986)

"Wasted Years" is the fourteenth single released by Iron Maiden and the first from their Somewhere in Time album. It is the only song on the album that features no synthesizers. Released in 1986, it was the first single solely written by guitarist Adrian Smith, who also sings backing vocals. It reached number 18 in the UK Singles Charts.

The song deals with subject of homesickness and alienation, as well as the negative aspects of the band's nearly year long previous tour and personal problems that Smith and other band members were going through in that period. At the same time the chorus suggests the idea that one should move beyond past troubles and look forward. The original working title was "Golden Years", as can be heard on numerous Somewhere on Tour bootlegs.

The cover depicts the band mascot Eddie's point of view as he flies a spaceship chasing the Doctor's TARDIS, which is seen in the distance on the middle-right of the picture just near the inner Nebula.  A similar Doctor Who reference can be seen on the back of the album's sleeve, where the Doctor's TARDIS is parked on a rooftop of the far left building "The Ruskin Arms" next to the "Rainbow" sign.

As the album's sleeve, the single's front cover is also full of visual references to the band's earlier songs and albums. The four small screens on Eddie's spaceship's dashboard depict people burning in a lake of fire (a detail from The Number Of The Beast album cover), an image of Giza pyramids in the sunset (a reference to the Powerslave album cover), a moonlit graveyard (a reference to the Live After Death album cover) and a football field, showcasing the band's fascination with the game. A variety of smaller numeric displays show, among others, numbers 666 (a reference to the song "The Number Of The Beast") and 23-58 (a reference to the song "2 Minutes to Midnight").

The promotional video features black-and-white footage of the band playing the song in a studio in Frankfurt, West Germany, mixed with various scenes from band's previous promotional videos, together with clips of off-show activities during World Slavery Tour.
Wasted Years is featured in Rock Band.
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