Genre: Soul Music
Disc one. Black moon rising– Colors — Know you better — Fire — Oct 33 — Stay gold — Old man — Confines — Touch the sky — Sweet conversations — Disc two. Fast car — I’m ready — Red rover — Black cat — Politicians in my eyes — Colors — OCT 33 — Confines — Know you better — Eleanor Rigby — Ain’t no love in the heart of the city.
Genres: Alternative rock
Brutal love (4:54) — Missing you (3:43) — 8th Avenue serenade (2:36) — Drama queen (3:07) — X-kid (3:41) — Sex, drugs & violence (3:31) — Little boy named Train (3:37) — Amanda (2:28) — Walk away (3:45) — Dirty rotten bastards (6:26) — 99 revolutions (3:49) — The forgotten (4:58).
What a diff’rence a day makes — No more — Let’s do it — I loves ya Porgy — Smile — But beautiful — Had you been around — Little girl blue — Can’t get started with you — Love is here to stay — You’ve changed — My man (Mon homme) — Bonus tracks: Easy living — Solitude — He’s funny that way — T’aint nobody’s bizness if I do.
Genre: Alternative Rock
Colors (4:21) — Seventh Heaven (5:00) — I’m so free (4:07) — Dear life (3:44) — No distraction (4:32) — Dreams (4:56) — Wow (3:39) — Up all night (3:10) — Square one (2:55) — Fix me (3:13).
Little Nightmares II
Little Nightmares II is a suspense-adventure game in which you play as Mono, a young boy trapped in a world that has been distorted by a mysterious transmission from a distant signal tower. With Six, the girl in a yellow raincoat, Mono sets out to discover the dark secrets of The Signal Tower and save Six from her terrible fate; but their journey will not be easy as Mono and Six will face an array of new threats from the terrible residents of this world. Will you dare face this collection of new, little nightmares?
System: XBox 1
Play and build your legacy on the professional football field or play with your friends in the new backyard football mode; accompanying leaflet includes diagrams of select game controls.
The Black Ascot
An astonishing tip from a grateful ex-convict seems implausible–but Inspector Ian Rutledge is intrigued and brings it to his superior at Scotland Yard. Alan Barrington, who has evaded capture for ten years, is the suspect in an appalling murder during Black Ascot, the famous 1910 royal horserace honoring the late King Edward VII. His disappearance began a manhunt that consumed Britain for a decade. Now it appears that Barrington has returned to England, giving the Yard a last chance to retrieve its reputation and see justice done.
“Not since Sherman Alexie’s The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven and Louise Erdrich’s Love Medicine has such a powerful and urgent Native American voice exploded onto the landscape of contemporary fiction. Tommy Orange’s There There introduces a brilliant new author at the start of a major career. “We all came to the powwow for different reasons. The messy, dangling threads of our lives got pulled into a braid–tied to the back of everything we’d been doing all along to get us here. There will be death and playing dead, there will be screams and unbearable silences, forever-silences, and a kind of time-travel, at the moment the gunshots start, when we look around and see ourselves as we are, in our regalia, and something in our blood will recoil then boil hot enough to burn through time and place and memory. We’ll go back to where we came from, when we were people running from bullets at the end of that old world. The tragedy of it all will be unspeakable, that we’ve been fighting for decades to be recognized as a present-tense people, modern and relevant, only to die in the grass wearing feathers.” Jacquie Red Feather is newly sober and trying to make it back to the family she left behind in shame in Oakland. Dene Oxedrene is pulling his life together after his uncle’s death and has come to work the powwow and to honor his uncle’s memory. Edwin Frank has come to find his true father. Bobby Big Medicine has come to drum the Grand Entry. Opal Viola Victoria Bear Shield has come to watch her nephew Orvil Red Feather; Orvil has taught himself Indian dance through YouTube videos, and he has come to the Big Oakland Powwow to dance in public for the very first time. Tony Loneman is a young Native American boy whose future seems destined to be as bleak as his past, and he has come to the Powwow with darker intentions–intentions that will destroy the lives of everyone in his path. Fierce, angry, funny, groundbreaking–Tommy Orange’s first novel is a wondrous and shattering portrait of an America few of us have ever seen. There There is a multi-generational, relentlessly paced story about violence and recovery, hope and loss, identity and power, dislocation and communion, and the beauty and despair woven into the history of a nation and its people. A glorious, unforgettable debut”– Provided by publisher.
The number one New York Times Bestseller. From the Academy Award®-winning actor, an unconventional memoir filled with raucous stories, outlaw wisdom, and lessons learned the hard way about living with greater satisfaction.
A sweeping fantasy about seventeen-year-old Mare, a common girl whose hidden magical power draws her into the dangerous world of the elite ruling class.[/column]