Label: Red Star Budapest - RSB12 • Format: CDr • Country: Hungary • Genre: Electronic • Style: Leftfield, Industrial, Illbient, Big Beat, Disco, Rhythmic Noise, Techno, Goa Trance, New Beat, Tech House, Experimental
There would be no more sighs. If it was one of yours, and there was the slightest chance -- just the slightest -- that they'd be convicted of murder, would anything stop you from protecting them? Now tell me, Jack, would you stand behind your son, or in front of him? He stayed for twenty minutes, but got nothing more. For a time he guided the conversation into casual lines, golf scores, the standings of the baseball team Marco had a piece of.
Then, quick and sleek as a snake, he'd toss out a hard, leading question on the murders. But Marco Angelini was an expert negotiator, and had already given his bottom line.
He wouldn't budge. Guilt, grief, and the beginnings of real fear made an unsettling stew in Whitney's stomach as he stepped into Eve's office. She was hunched over her computer, scanning data, calling up more. For the first time in days, his eyes cleared of their own fatigue and saw hers.
She was pale, her eyes shadowed, her mouth grim. Her hair stood up in spikes as if she'd dragged her hands through it countless times. Even as he watched, she did so again, then pressed her fingers to her eyes as if they burned. He remembered the morning in his office, the morning after Cicely had been murdered. And the responsibility he'd hung around Eve's neck. Her shoulders straightened as if she'd slammed steel poles into them. Her head came up, her eyes carefully blank.
Got to attention, Whitney thought, annoyed by the stiff and impersonal formality. We can keep him for forty-eight hours without charging him. I thought it best to let him think behind bars for a while. He still refuses counsel. Whitney stepped in while she stood there, and he looked around. He wasn't often in this sector of the complex.
His officers came to him. Another weight of command. She could have had a bigger office. She'd earned one. When the shoes were removed, his half-broiled skin was torn off. After his feet were damaged, his armpits were branded.
After that he was dressed in a shirt soaked in alcohol. Then burning bacon fat was poured over him and sharp nails were stuck between the flesh and the nails of his hands and feet.
He then stood up, held up his dead boiled son to show his executioners what they had done, before he himself collapsed and died. After his body was recovered by some workers from Saint Petersburg they tried to cremate his body which started to move around a bit while it was being burned, supposedly trying to sit up or stand straight up. He demanded that his men put him down so that he could personally buy them time to retreat.
Despite being close to death from many wounds already, he managed to kill several enemies before the Macedonians decided that the safest way to deal with him was to just throw javelins at him. After a hit-and-run accident in New York, police chased his pickup 40 miles, during which Strzelczyk flipped off troopers and at one point threw a beer bottle at them. In the end, Strzelczyk crashed head on at 90 miles per hour into a tanker truck carrying corrosive acid, leaving an explosive scene police compared to an airplane crash.
And for those concerned, the driver of the tanker escaped with only minor injuries. She had to see her husband and her little daughter being executed heinously. She was crushed to death by elephants trained by herself; however, till dying, she was not scared anymore.
Legend said that before her execution, she had worn white sink around her body in order not to be naked after dying like previous women. Her heart and liver were eaten by the enemies because they thought that they could become as brave as her. Upon departure, a battled ensued with the natives in which he was killed, but not before enduring a poison arrow to the leg, spear in the face and arm plus other injuries in order to hold off he natives and allow his remaining crew to escape alive.
Pretty epic story. They caught him and sentenced him to death after he offered the city a chain of gold that reached around the whole city once. The mayor promised him that everyone of his crew 72 dudes that he could run by after being beheaded will be free. Legend says he ran by 11 of them before the hangman tripped him. The mayor beheaded all 72 sailors anyway, cause he was a dick.
The hystogmam below is the result of such an analysis perfoemed on Death by Glamour-. A total of 14 Midi tracks were detected in Death by Glamour-. Here is a summary of the detected tracks in the file:. But, it can be one of the most difficult and painful subjects to discuss. Despite being such a complicated, emotional topic, many great rock songs have addressed dying, from different perspectives.
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But the nod goes to "Angels and Fuselage," the eight-minute epic that ends their two-disc set "Southern Rock Opera. It's a slow, sad song, an interesting counterpoint to what you would assume was a panicked, terrifying scene for Van Zant, as well as the other passengers of the doomed flight. Green Day is known for its angry punk anthems, but " Wake Me Up When September Ends " wistfully chronicles how every September reminds frontman Billie Joe Armstrong of the death of his father during his childhood.
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