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The Clash were an English punk rock band that formed in 1976 as part of the original wave of British punk. Along with punk, their music incorporated elements of reggae, dub, funk, and rockabilly. For most of their recording career the Clash consisted of Joe Strummer, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon and Nicky "Topper" Headon. Headon left the group in 1982, and internal friction led to Jones's departure the following year. The group continued with new members, but finally disbanded in early 1986.

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JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM TURNER

Joseph Turner was one of the most original painters of landscapes and seascapes in Europe. He invented new techniques to make skies and clouds look luminous and expressive. People at the time thought he might be insane because his pictures were so different from what other artists were doing.

Turner is also one of the greatest masters of British watercolour landscape painting and is commonly known as "the painter of light".

Turner started studying at the schools of the Royal Academy at the age of 14, and exhibited at the Academy nearly every year for the rest of his life. He was influenced by Claude Lorrain and studied Lorrain’s paintings obsessively. He also travelled extensively in Europe to find new scenes to paint.

The Fighting Temeraire (1839) was one of Turner’s great paintings, featuring a glowing sunset over a ghostly ship that had fought at the Battle of Trafalgar being towed away. Rain, Steam and Speed (1844) takes the idea further - the shapes on most of the canvas are hardly recognisable. It was a painting that would influence the Impressionists 30 years later.

His collection of finished paintings was bequeathed to the British nation on his death and some money to the Royal Academy of Arts. Since 1984 an annual Turner Prize has been awarded by the Tate. It recognises excellence and originality and like Turner himself, it is often controversial.

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CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN

Christian Louboutin helped bring stilettos back into fashion in the 1990s and 2000s, designing dozens of styles with heel heights of 120 mm (4.72 inches) and higher. The designer's professed goal has been to "make a woman look sexy, beautiful, to make her legs look as long as he can". While he does offer some lower-heeled styles, Louboutin is generally associated with his dressier evening-wear designs incorporating jewelled straps, bows, feathers, patent leather, red soles, and other similar decorative touches. He is most popularly known for the red leather soles on his high heel shoes, commonly referred to as "sammy red-bottoms". Christian Louboutin's red-bottom colour code is Pantone18-1663 TPX.
His single biggest client is Danielle Steele who is reputed to own over 6,000 pairs and is known to have purchased up to 80 pairs at a time when shopping at his stores. Mrs. Steel herself is an American novelist, currently the best selling author alive and the fourth bestselling author of all time, with over 800 million copies sold.
 
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GRAYSON PERRY
Born in a flood-struck Canvey Island in 1953 and mown down last year by a curry delivery driver in Colchester, Julie Cope lived a life book-ended by high drama. The rest of her 61 years were less headline-worthy but they had their epic dimension nonetheless. A working class childhood in the then-recently constructed new town of Basildon was followed by marriage to a refinery worker called Dave, the purchase of a starter home and the birth of two children.
Dave met another woman at a parent-teacher evening but Julie bounced back, finding feminism, joining the protests at Greenham Common and, now free of the kids, becoming a mature student at Essex University. A second marriage followed, to the notably more well-to-do Rob, with whom she shared a Georgian town house in Colchester, trips to Glyndebourne and holidays across the world. Her’s was a story of social mobility of a kind that is hardly unique among women of her generation but a story is precisely what it is.

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JESSIE J

This music video was directed by Emil Nava and was premiered on 30 January 2011.[21][22] The video begins closing up on a giant teddy bear that is missing an eye and an arm, accompanied by a musical box-rendering of Johann Strauss II's The Blue Danube, before zooming out to show a child version of Jessie J sitting next to it, who then gets up and walks around the bear, turning her into her full-sized self. Jessie J is then shown standing and holding out her hands, and as the lyrics suggest, a coconut man and a moonhead appear on her outstretched hands (this is a reference to the two individuals who co-wrote the song with her: Dr. Luke is coconut man and Kelly is moonhead in reference to his large head) and pointing to herself (referring to herself as pea because of her small head). The video then goes back to Jessie J in the lap of the large teddy bear and shows various scenes of Jessie J holding up items that relate to the lyrics, including a huge price tag and pointing to left and the right. As the chorus begins, Jessie J is shown dancing under a money tree with dollar bills covering its branches. A scene of Jessie J is then shown of her as an oversized ballerina in a jewelry box. As Jessie J says the words "video hoes", a scene of her wearing the same outfit as in her "Do It Like a Dude" video and dancing holding her crotch, suggesting that she does not approve of video hoes. Jessie J is next shown riding around on a small tricycle. As the song progresses into the second chorus, Jessie J and two background dancers are shown as marionettes, with Jessie J wearing a Pinocchio hat, dancing to the song. The video then moves to B.o.B as his verse begins, showing him dancing in front of a beat up car, that starts jumping and moving to the beat. He is then shown standing in the middle of four large, toy green army men. As his verse ends, Jessie J is shown squeezed into a doll house and holding a glass doll that is missing part of its head. As the video goes into its final chorus, scenes of Jessie J are shown her dancing with B.o.B, laying on the floor missing a leg, sitting in an oversized chair, dressed up as a doll in a blue and white dress, and dancing with her younger self. The video ends with Jessie J closing the door to her doll house; with her still inside it, the camera carries on zooming out.

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