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Sitting in the Stern of a Boat|Roslin Castle|Bovaglie's Plaid|Niel Gow's Lament for the Death of his Second Wife|Niel Gow's Lament for the Death of his Brother|Hard is my Fate|Sir Charles Forbes of Newe and Edinglassie|Silverwells|THE LEA RIGG|The Marquis of Huntly's Snuff Mill|H Mackworth Esq|Mrs Major L Stewart of the Island of Java|John Cameron has Lizzie Steel again his Wife|CROPIE'S STRATHSPEY|Tulchan Lodge|The Smith's a Gallant Fireman|Earl Grey|The Forth Bridge|The Stewarts of Glandtully|MISS LYALL|Craigellachie Bridge|Colonel MacBean|Captain Keelers|Rothiemurcus Rant|Arglye Bowling Green|The Warlocks|The Ewie with the Crooked Horn|In Dispraise of Whisky|The favourite Dram|Andrew Carr|Ferintosh|The Bedding of the Bride|Calum Breugach|The Peerie Weerie|The Lass o' Sorrie's Mill|Perth Assembly|Miss Dundas of Arniston|Fingal's cave / Die Hebriden op 26 (Konzert Ouvertuere) / Mendelssohn Bartholdy Felix|The Laddie with the Plaidie|Lord Macdonald's|THE BRAES OF TULLIEMET|Bog an Lochan|FLORA MACDONALD|Jenny Dang the Weaver|Pretty Peggy|TAIL TODDLE|The Old Reel|John Cheap the Chapman|Miss Gordon of Gight|Earl of Hyndford|The Lasses o' Duns|The Lads o' Duns|THE STOOL OF REPENTANCE|Miss Margaret Brown|The Sailor's Wife|Mrs A MacGlashan|MISS SALLY HUNTER OF THURSTON

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Breaking Bad - The Complete Series - Zavvi Excl...
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Zavvi Exclusive Steelbook - Limited to 2000 Copies Breaking Bad follows protagonist Walter White (Cranston), a chemistry teacher who lives in New Mexico with his wife (Gunn) and teenage son (Mitte) who has cerebral palsy. White is diagnosed with Stage III cancer and given a slim chance to survive. With a new sense of fearlessness based on his medical prognosis, and a desire to secure his family's financial security, White chooses to enter a dangerous world of drugs and crime and ascends to power in this world. The series explores how this fatal diagnosis transforms Walt from mild family man to a kingpin of the drug trade. Bonus Features: Season 1 Audio Commentary on Pilot Episode by creator and cast including Vince Gilligan and Bryan Cranston Making of Breaking Bad featurette Screen Tests Deleted Scenes Audio Commentary on “Crazy Handful of Nothin’” by creator and cast including Vince Gilligan and Bryan Cranston Vince Gilligan’s Photo Gallery AMC Shootout — Interview with Vince Gilligan, Bryan Cranston and Mark Johnson Inside Breaking Bad – featurettes about the making of each episode Season 2 The Writers’ Lab - An Interactive Guide to the Elements of an Episode Cast and Crew Commentaries Deleted Scenes Inside Breaking Bad – 13 featurettes about the making of each episode Season 1 Recap “Negro y Azul” Music Video “Better Call Saul” Commercial 11 Behind the Scenes Featurettes Cop Talk with Dean Norris Gag Reel Walt's Warning 6 Breaking Bad Original Webisodes Season 3 Sneak Peek Vince Gilligan’s Photo Gallery Season 3 3 Uncensored Episodes Cast and Crew Commentary on 9 episodes with Vince Gilligan, Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Dean Norris, Betsy Brandt, RJ Mitte, Bob Odenkirk, Jonathan Banks and more! Deleted Scenes and Unused Footage Gag Reel 7 Behind-The-Scenes Featurettes Mini Video Podcasts with the Cast and Crew on every episode Better Call Saul Commercials and Testamonials 20 Episodes of Inside Breaking Bad The Breaking Bad Family Photo Album Season 4 5 Uncensored Episodes The Extended Version of the Season Finale Deleted Scenes Extended & Alternate Scenes Gag Reel 13 Cast and Crew Commentaries 8 Featurettes, including The Sets of Breaking Bad and The Science of a Hit Show 21 Episodes of Inside Breaking Bad FACE OFF – Inside the Explosive Finale Better Call Saul Commercials Gale’s Karaoke Video Mini Video Podcasts Season 5 Chicks ‘n’ Guns – An exclusive scene starring Aaron Paul, Bob Odenkirk and Charles Baker Three Uncensored Episodes Deleted & Extended Scenes Behind-the-scenes of Chicks ‘n’ Guns The Cleaner: Jonathan Banks as Mike featurette- gives viewers a chance to spend time with fan-favourite Cleaner, Jonathan Banks, as he talks about his time with the show. Prison Stunt Rehearsal Cast & Crew Commentaries on Every Episode Nothing Stops This Train featurette - takes viewers on location to see what a huge undertaking it is to film a modern-day train heist. Chris Hardwick's All-Star Celebrity Bowling - features team Breaking Bad going head to head with team Nerdist to raise money for charity. Jesse Plemons & Laura Fraser Audition Footage Writers' Room Timelapse – 12 days of breaking Episode 504, shot by Vince Gilligan and narrated by the Breaking Bad Writers Gag Reel Gallery 1988 Art Show - features artwork inspired by the show 19 Episodes of Inside Breaking Bad Scene by Scene: Directors Discuss Memorable Moments featurette The Writers of Breaking Bad featurette - gives the writers a turn to showFinal Season Cast and Crew Commentaries on Every Episode Deleted & Extended Scenes Alternate Ending – A 3-minute alternate version of how Breaking Bad could have ended. Behind-the-Scenes of the Alternate Ending Life of a Show Runner The Main Event Gag Reel The Final Showdown 16 Episodes of Inside Breaking Bad Blood Money Table Read – A rare look at the only final season Breaking Bad table read. Click Images to Enlarge

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All the tunes you've ever wanted to play
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A Happy and Harmoniour Blacksmith|A MUSICAL JOKE|AIR - KEEN|ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT|ALLELUIA|ARIOSO / Bach Johann Sebastian|AVE MARIA / Bach Johann Sebastian + Gounod Charles|AVE MARIA / Schubert Franz|BARCAROLLE (AUS HOFFMANNS ERZAEHLUNGEN) / Offenbach Jacques|Berceuse / Faure Gabriel|Bourree + Air / Haendel Georg Friedrich|BRIDAL MARCH / Wagner Richard|CANON / Pachelbel Johann|CHANSON DE MATIN OP 15/2 / Elgar Edward|CHARLIE IS MY DARLIN'|CLAIR DE LUNE (SUITE BERGAMASQUE) / Debussy Claude|COCKLES AND MUSSELS|TANZ DER ROHRFLOETEN (AUS NUSSKNACKER) / Tschaikowsky Pjotr Iljitsch|DAVID OF THE WHITE ROCK|DEEP RIVER|DIXIE / Emmett Dan|DRINK TO ME ONLY|ENGLISH COUNTRY GARDEN|EVENING PRAYER|FOR HE IS AN ENGLISHMAN|Fuer Elise / Beethoven Ludwig van|Gaudemus Igitur / Brahms Johannes|GOLLIWOGG'S CAKE WALK / Debussy Claude|GRAND MARCH (MARSCH AUS AIDA) / Verdi Giuseppe|GREESLEEVES|GYMNOPEDIE 1 / Satie Erik|HORNPIPE (AUS WASSERMUSIK) / Haendel Georg Friedrich|Humoresque / Dvorak Antonin|HUNGARIAN DANCE 5 / Brahms Johannes|I vow to thee my country (aus The Planets - Jupiter Theme) / Holst Gustav|JERUSALEM / Parry Charles Hubert Hastings|LA DONNA E MOBILE (AUS RIGOLETTO) / Verdi Giuseppe|LAND OF HOPE AND GLORY / Elgar Edward|LARGO / Dvorak Antonin|LARGO / Haendel Georg Friedrich|LIEBESTRAUM 3 AS-DUR / Liszt Franz|LITTLE DAVID|LONDONDERRY AIR|MARCH MILITAIRE / SCHUBERT FERDINAND|March of the men of Harlech|Marching trough Georgia|MEDITATION DE THAIS / MASSENET JULES|MELODIE IN F OP 3/1 / RUBINSTEIN ANTON|MENUETT / Boccherini Luigi|MORNING / Grieg Edvard|NIMROD (AUS ENIGMA VARIATIONEN OP 36) / Elgar Edward|NOCTURNE / Borodin Alexander|O FOR THE WINGS OF A DOVE / Mendelssohn Bartholdy Felix|O MIO BABBINO CARO (AUS GIANNI SCHICCHI) / PUCCINI GIACOMO|ODE TO JOY (ODE AN DIE FREUDE) / Beethoven Ludwig van|AUF DEN FLUEGELN DES GESANGS / Mendelssohn Bartholdy Felix|Pavane / Faure Gabriel|PAVANE / WARLOCK PETER|PIE JESU (AUS REQUIEM OP 48) / Faure Gabriel|PILGERCHOR (AUS TANNHAEUSER) / Wagner Richard|Polovetsian Dances / Borodin Alexander|PRELUDE / Chopin Frederic|Preoession of the Sardar|PROMENADE (AUS BILDER EINER AUSSTELLUNG) / MUSSORGSKI MODEST|RADETZKY MARSCH OP 228 / STRAUSS (SOHN) JOHANN|ENTR'ACTE (AUS ROSAMUNDE) / Schubert Franz|RULE BRITANNIA|Sailor's Chorus / WAGNER REGENY RUDOLF|SARABANDE / Haendel Georg Friedrich|SEE THE CONQUERING HERO COMES (AUS JUDAS MACCABAEUS) / Haendel Georg Friedrich|SERENADE / Schubert Franz|SHEEP MAY SAFELY GRAZE / Bach Johann Sebastian|SICILIENNE / Faure Gabriel|SKY BOAT SONG|SOLFEGGIETTO / Bach Carl Philipp Emanuel|SWING LOW SWEET CHARIOT|TALES FROM THE VIENNA WOODS / Strauss Johann|TAMBOURIN / GOSSEC FRANCOIS JOSEPH|Tango / ALBENIZ ISAAC|THE ASH GROVE|THE BLUE DANUBE / Strauss Johann|THE BLUEBELLS OF SCOTLAND|THE BRITISH GRENADIERS|THE CUCKOO|The Elefant / Saint Saens Camille|THE FOUR SEASONS / Saint Saens Camille|THE LIBERTY BELL / Sousa John Philip|THE MINSTREL BOY|THE SHEPHERDS' FAREWELL / Berlioz Hector|THE SWAN / Saint Saens Camille|ELVIRA MADIGAN THEMA / Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus|OKTETT F-DUR D 803 OP 166 / Schubert Franz|Konzert 1 b-moll op 23 - Satz 1 / Tschaikowsky Pjotr Iljitsch|Pomp and Circumstance - Thema / Elgar Edward|ROMEO + JULIA - THEMA / Tschaikowsky Pjotr Iljitsch|SONATE C-MOLL / Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus|SCHWANENSEE THEMA / Tschaikowsky Pjotr Iljitsch|SINFONIE 5 C-MOLL OP 67 (SCHICKSAL) / Beethoven Ludwig van|SINFONIE 6 (PASTORALE) - THEMA / Beethoven Ludwig van|SINFONIE 8 THEMA / Schubert Franz|VARIATIONEN UEBER EIN THEMA VON HAYDN / Brahms Johannes|Die Moldau (Vltava) / Smetana Bedrich|WILHELM TELL / Rossini Gioacchino|Eine kleine Nachtmusik (Thema) / Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus|Themes (La Calinda) / DELIUS FREDERICK|DER BARBIER VON SEVILLA - OUVERTUERE / Rossini Gioacchino|TO A WILD ROSE / MacDowell Edward Alexander|TOM BOWLING|Tristesse Study / Chopin Frederic|TRUMPET VOLUNTARY / CLARKE JEREMIAH|TWO SONGS / Schubert Franz|Two Tunes / SULLIVAN ARTHUR|Two Tunes from the Mikado / SULLIVAN ARTHUR|Vivace and Largo Poco Andante / Blavet Michael|WALTZ / DELIBES LEO|Schwanensee Walzer / Tschaikowsky Pjotr Iljitsch|WEDDING MARCH / Mendelssohn Bartholdy Felix|Wee Wee Hours|WHERE'ER YOU WALK (AUS SEMELE) / Haendel Georg Friedrich|ZADOK THE PRIEST / Haendel Georg Friedrich|AULD LANG SYNE|CAN CAN (ORPHEUS IN DER UNTERWELT) / Offenbach Jacques

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Alienated America: Why Some Places Thrive While...
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Respected conservative journalist and commentator Timothy P. Carney continues the conversation begun with Hillbilly Elegy and the classic Bowling Alone in this hard-hitting analysis that identifies the true factor behind the decline of the American dream: It is not purely the result of economics as the left claims, but the collapse of the institutions that made us successful, including marriage, church, and civic life. During the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald J. Trump proclaimed, “the American dream is dead”, and this message resonated across the country. Why do so many people believe the American dream is no longer within reach? Growing inequality, stubborn pockets of immobility, rising rates of deadly addiction, the increasing and troubling fact that where you start determines where you end up, heightening political strife - these are the disturbing realities threatening ordinary American lives today. The standard accounts pointed to economic problems among the working class, but the root was a cultural collapse: While the educated and wealthy elites still enjoy strong communities, most blue-collar Americans lack strong communities and institutions that bind them to their neighbors. And outside of the elites, the central American institution has been religion. That is, it’s not the factory closings that have torn us apart; it’s the church closings. The dissolution of our most cherished institutions - nuclear families, places of worship, civic organizations - has not only divided us, but eroded our sense of worth, belief in opportunity, and connection to one another. In Alienated America, Carney visits all corners of America, from the dim country bars of Southwestern Pennsylvania, to the bustling Mormon wards of Salt Lake City, and explains the most important data and research to demonstrate how the social connection is the great divide in America. He shows that Trump’s surprising victory was the most 1. Language: English. Narrator: Charles Constant. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/harp/008458/bk_harp_008458_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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How To Find Old Los Angeles
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An expanded and revised version of our guide How To Find Old LA, this book delves deep into the City Of Angels' best-preserved treasures - from a racetrack frequented by Charles Bukowski to old-time Hollywood hangouts. Every one of the 153 carefully selected places in this book is open to visitors. There are bars, delis, book stores, bowling alleys, and burger joints, each of which retains the classic character of another era while being a vital part of the 21st-century city. To make navigation clear, the chapters focus on different areas, and vivid photography brings the entries to life. This is an essential guide for anyone with an interest in 20th-century architecture and pop culture, or a yearning to visit a more glamorous Los Angeles.

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Beaten Down, Worked Up: The Past, Present, and ...
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“Greenhouse probably knows more about what is happening in the American workplace than anybody else in the country. . . He achieves a near-impossible task, producing a page-turning book that spans a century of worker strikes, without overcondensing or oversimplifying, and with plausible suggestions for the future. . . Great nonfiction requires great characters, and Greenhouse has the gift of portraiture. He is able to draw a complex, human portrait of a worker with a minimum of words, making the reader greedy for more details, not just about the policies but about the people. And he has both the newspaper writer’s ability to find the one or two individuals whose personal stories exemplify a larger point, and the historian’s ability to make what has already happened seem unlikely. He is skilled at homing in on the moments of the highest uncertainty, and transforming them into stories with quick and destabilizing twists and turns. . . Engrossing, character-driven, panoramic.” —Zephyr Teachout, The New York Times Book Review  'What I fear is that the there is a systematiceffort to wipe clean our national memory of the capacity and benefits ofworkers acting collectively and buildingstrong unions. Greenhouse’s book helps us remember that labor unions really did build the middle class, raise the dignity of workers, and civilize workplaces. It also gives us reason to believe that, as labor activist Rose Schneiderman poetically framed it, workers still “must have bread” but “must have roses, too.” —Robert Bruno, Perspectives on Work “[A] comprehensive primer on a subject that is intimately intertwined with our collective history. . . It is obvious that “ Beaten Down, Worked Up” represents a monumental–and mostly successful–attempt to connect all the dots and thus provide a clear context for the ongoing societal debate about the efficacy of the labor movement and its place in contemporary culture. . . If you are concerned about the future, and especially our economic prospects, this is one you’ll definitely want to add to your reading list. Highly recommended.” —Aaron Hughey, Bowling Green Daily News “Bold. . . Greenhouse equates strong unions, or at least worker power, with democracy itself, and he sees very few limits on what a successful and healthy labor movement could achieve.” —Shelia McClear, The New Republic “Powerful . . . A combination of labor union history in America, investigative reporting about how rapacious employers and Republican governance have diminished labor unions, and an agenda for the revitalization of unions across the country. . .  A clearly written, impressively researched, and accomplished follow-up to The Big Squeeze.” —Kirkus (starred review) “An invaluable read for anyone interested in understanding one of the more shameful aspects of America’s status quo: the persistence of a working poor who, for the most part, work far harder than the rest of us yet live in a state of perpetual economic uncertainty, if not outright destitution.” —Sarah Carr, The Washington Post “Superb, important and eminently readable. . . a searing indictment of how labor’s decline magnified inequality and injustice in the U.S. Much recommended.” —Nicholas D. Kristof, op-ed columnist, The New York Times, and author of Tightrope “Greenhouse presents a sympathetic but critical survey of American labor . . . this lively and informative read will appeal to those interested in the current challenges facing American workers.” —Charles K. Piehl, Library Journal  “Inspirational. . . This collection will satisfy readers who seek an introduction to labor history or ideas about how American workers can regain some power.” —Publisher’s Weekly “Compelling. . . Greenhouse [has]. . . a journalistic flair for personal stories often absent from academic accounts. An inspired

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Beaten Down, Worked Up: The Past, Present, and ...
25,99 € *
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“Greenhouse probably knows more about what is happening in the American workplace than anybody else in the country. . . He achieves a near-impossible task, producing a page-turning book that spans a century of worker strikes, without overcondensing or oversimplifying, and with plausible suggestions for the future. . . Great nonfiction requires great characters, and Greenhouse has the gift of portraiture. He is able to draw a complex, human portrait of a worker with a minimum of words, making the reader greedy for more details, not just about the policies but about the people. And he has both the newspaper writer’s ability to find the one or two individuals whose personal stories exemplify a larger point, and the historian’s ability to make what has already happened seem unlikely. He is skilled at homing in on the moments of the highest uncertainty, and transforming them into stories with quick and destabilizing twists and turns. . . Engrossing, character-driven, panoramic.” —Zephyr Teachout, The New York Times Book Review  'What I fear is that the there is a systematiceffort to wipe clean our national memory of the capacity and benefits ofworkers acting collectively and buildingstrong unions. Greenhouse’s book helps us remember that labor unions really did build the middle class, raise the dignity of workers, and civilize workplaces. It also gives us reason to believe that, as labor activist Rose Schneiderman poetically framed it, workers still “must have bread” but “must have roses, too.” —Robert Bruno, Perspectives on Work “[A] comprehensive primer on a subject that is intimately intertwined with our collective history. . . It is obvious that “ Beaten Down, Worked Up” represents a monumental–and mostly successful–attempt to connect all the dots and thus provide a clear context for the ongoing societal debate about the efficacy of the labor movement and its place in contemporary culture. . . If you are concerned about the future, and especially our economic prospects, this is one you’ll definitely want to add to your reading list. Highly recommended.” —Aaron Hughey, Bowling Green Daily News “Bold. . . Greenhouse equates strong unions, or at least worker power, with democracy itself, and he sees very few limits on what a successful and healthy labor movement could achieve.” —Shelia McClear, The New Republic “Powerful . . . A combination of labor union history in America, investigative reporting about how rapacious employers and Republican governance have diminished labor unions, and an agenda for the revitalization of unions across the country. . .  A clearly written, impressively researched, and accomplished follow-up to The Big Squeeze.” —Kirkus (starred review) “An invaluable read for anyone interested in understanding one of the more shameful aspects of America’s status quo: the persistence of a working poor who, for the most part, work far harder than the rest of us yet live in a state of perpetual economic uncertainty, if not outright destitution.” —Sarah Carr, The Washington Post “Superb, important and eminently readable. . . a searing indictment of how labor’s decline magnified inequality and injustice in the U.S. Much recommended.” —Nicholas D. Kristof, op-ed columnist, The New York Times, and author of Tightrope “Greenhouse presents a sympathetic but critical survey of American labor . . . this lively and informative read will appeal to those interested in the current challenges facing American workers.” —Charles K. Piehl, Library Journal  “Inspirational. . . This collection will satisfy readers who seek an introduction to labor history or ideas about how American workers can regain some power.” —Publisher’s Weekly “Compelling. . . Greenhouse [has]. . . a journalistic flair for personal stories often absent from academic accounts. An inspired

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Golden Age Of Grotesque
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Gruselig sieht er aus, mit der milchigen Kontaktlinse im Auge, den rabenschwarzen Haaren und der bleich geschminkten Haut. Doch bei Marilyn Manson (34), Punkrocker und Amerikas Elternschreck Nummer eins, tÃEURuscht die Fassade. In Michael Moores oscargekrönter Anti-Waffen-Dokumentation «Bowling For Columbine» ÃŒberrascht er mit nachdenklichen Tönen. Niemand habe den jugendlichen AmokschÃŒtzen von Littleton zugehört, sagt Manson darin schlicht. Damit wehrt er sich gegen jene konservativen Stimmen, die seine brachiale Musik fÃŒr das Blutbad von 1999 im US-Bundesstaat Colorado mitverantwortlich gemacht haben. Bei der Vorstellung von Mansons neuem Album «The Golden Age Of Grotesque», das am 12. Mai erscheint, gab es dann wieder Neues vom Schockrocker: Er sieht sich als Amerikaner und als Patriot, wenn auch nicht so, wie es George W. Bush wohl gern hÃEURtte. «Ich habe nie einen PrÃEURsidenten oder die Regierung unterstÃŒtzt», erzÃEURhlt er den Journalisten in Berlin. Aber seine provozierende Kunst sorge dafÃŒr, dass Demokratie «funktioniert», meint Manson. «Es gibt viel Zensur in den USA.» Bei seinen Auftritten experimentiert er mit Pornografie und anderen Schockeffekten. Seinen Namen lieh sich der Amerikaner, bÃŒrgerlich Brian Warner, von Hollywoodstar Marilyn Monroe und dem Mörder Charles Manson, beides «Ikonen» aus seiner Jugend. Das schaurige Coverfoto des neuen Albums zeigt ihn mit Micky-Maus-Ohren und StahlzÃEURhnen. Die Musik ist - wie gewohnt - auf brutale Art melodisch und bei Konzerten vermutlich geeignet, einen ausgewachsenen Hörschaden hervorzurufen. Ein Textauszug: «Rebel rebel party party sex sex sex and don't forget the 'violence'».Die Provokation ist gewollt. Manson will seine Fans in den «Jahrmarkt der Gedanken» entfÃŒhren, sie verstören und immer wieder auf Zensur und die Grenzen der Kunst aufmerksam machen. Bei «The Golden Age Of Grotesque» hat er sich von der Endzeitstimmung des Berlins der 20er und 30er Jahre inspirieren lassen und vergleicht seine Musik mit den als «entartet» verunglimpften KÃŒnstlern von frÃŒher. Aber so sehr ihn die Boheme des alten Kontinents auch fasziniert: Manson kann sich nicht vorstellen, aus Amerika wegzuziehen, er braucht sein Land als Gegenpol. «Ich glaube nicht, dass ich genauso kreativ sein könnte, wenn ich in Europa lebte», sagt er in wohl gewÃEURhlten Worten. Europa habe ihm nicht so viel Widerstand entgegenzusetzen wie seine Heimat. Und so wohnt Manson, der mit Dita von Teese (einer schillernden Erscheinung mit der Berufsbezeichnung «Model») liiert ist, weiter in Amerika. DemnÃEURchst ist er wieder auf Tour. FÃŒr die Zensoren schon mal eine Vorwarnung: FÃŒr die BÃŒhnenshow sind «Tiere und seltsame Frauen » angekÃŒndigt. (Quelle sda)

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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