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28 Days Later: The Soundtrack Album is the accompanying soundtrack to the 2002 film 28 Days Later. It was released on June 17, 2003. The original score was composed by John Murphy, and tracks from Brian Eno, Grandaddy and Blue States which featured in the movie also appear on the album
1 Late Evening Harvest 2 Scum 3 Summer Canopies 4 Shapes 5 Ice Road Trucker 6 The Clock Has Stopped 7 A Day and a Season Later 8 Doorstep 9 Farther Beyond 10 Beginnings 11 Solstice 12 Archipelago 13 Next Year.
NOVAK DJOKOVIC’S win should have capped a brilliant day for the Serb after more seeds fell out of his half of the draw. But after a nervy first two sets, Novak Djokovic finally snapped into more familiar gear, finishing off the match in exactly three hours with a 7-5, 6-7, 6-1, 6-4 victory. He pushed me, he served well, he attacked the ball mid-court, Djokovic said. He gave it all and played a great quality match. I was a bit hesitant in the play. After a difficult season with injuries, this defeat has nudged last year’s Wimbledon finalist into reassessing the rest of his campaign. By no means am I reducing my goals for the rest of the year, but I think just need to sort of consolidate, sit with my team, and assess where things are right now from my body, he said.
A Day in the Life was the first song recorded for what was intended as a concept album about childhood in Liverpool. Following the sessions for Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane – which found Lennon and McCartney, respectively, looking back to their Liverpool childhoods – the band gave some thought to doing an album that fleshed out those themes of growing up in what had become England’s most famous port city. The Beatles were in a childhood frame of mind. 5. The Daily Mail and a friend of Lennon’s helped the band come up with a famous line. It makes pleasing sense now, but at the time, the Beatles probably weren’t aware just how much a song about day-in, day-out existence dovetailed so seamlessly with their use of the daily newspaper. A January 7th report in The Daily Mail talked about potholes in Blackburn, Lancashire that needed to be filled.
Grammar: Narrative tenses. Read the first part of the story and answer the following questions. 1. What did the people of America think was happening? 2. What was actually happening? The Martians Have Landed. A few minutes after eight o’clock on the night of Sunday, October 30, 1938, a somber voice interrupted a radio broadcast to warm Americans, Ladies and gentlemen, I have agrave announcement to mak. Two words that followed, beamed out in a programme networked across the United States, caused remarkable scenes of panic.
|1||Late Evening Harvest|
|5||Ice Road Trucker|
|6||The Clock Has Stopped|
|7||A Day and a Season Later|
- Artwork – Emma Brook, Phil Dodd, Rosie Faragher
- Backing Vocals – Ian Humberstone
- Cello, Backing Vocals – Rhiannon Parkinson
- Cornet – Ben Ransom
- Drums, Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals, Recorded By, Mixed By – Nicol Parkinson
- Horn – Greg Phillips
- Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Eimear O'Donovan
- Lyrics By, Lead Vocals, Electric Guitar, Piano, Artwork – Henry Ireland
- Lyrics By, Lead Vocals, Electric Guitar, Piano, Recorded By, Artwork – Steve Brett
- Mixed By, Mastered By – Nico Marcel
- Viola – Emma Hooper
- Violin – Joan Patrick, Sue Lord