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Joseph kargbo

Posted: 03 Jan 2018 02:50 PM PST

Joseph kargbo

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born 1994 in Saint denis is a singer songwriter producer strat music 18 years old realesse debut streaming album work for you dreams the album EP past come in back sounclound popular single om night explicit, make my road today, better world, univers infinite, [[Sony music group]] [[Work for you Dreams records]] [[Sony music entertainment]] interscope records Island records new album legacy album
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born 1994 in Saint denis is a singer songwriter producer strat music 18 years old realesse debut streaming album work for you dreams the album EP past come in back sounclound popular single om night explicit, make my road today, better world, univers infinite, [[Sony music group]] [[Work for you Dreams records]] [[Sony music entertainment]]

Tom Relihan

Posted: 03 Jan 2018 02:48 PM PST

Panchi Bora

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'''Panchi Bora''' is an [[India]]n television actress and model from [[Assam]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/Panchi-no-time-for-love/articleshow/2263012.cms|title=Panchi, no time for love|date=2007-08-08|author=Nishant|accessdate=2013-08-28|work=The Times of India}}</ref> She plays lead roles in the series ''[[Kayamath]]'' and ''[[Kitni Mast Hai Zindagi]]'', before working in the Telugu film industry.
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'''Panchi Bora''' is an [[India]]n television actress and model from [[Assam]].<ref>{{cite web|url=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/Panchi-no-time-for-love/articleshow/2263012.cms|title=Panchi, no time for love|date=2007-08-08|author=Nishant|accessdate=2013-08-28|work=The Times of India}}</ref> She plays lead roles in the series ''[[Kayamath]]'' and ''[[Kitni Mast Hai Zindagi]]'', before working in the Telugu film industry. She was a contestant in ''[[Bigg Boss]]'' in 2009.
   
 
==Career==
 
==Career==
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| 2008 || ''[[C.I.D. (Indian TV series)|CID]]'' || Neelima || [[Sony Entertainment Television (India)|Sony Entertainment TV]] || Appeared in few episodes
 
| 2008 || ''[[C.I.D. (Indian TV series)|CID]]'' || Neelima || [[Sony Entertainment Television (India)|Sony Entertainment TV]] || Appeared in few episodes
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| 2009 || ''[[Bigg Boss 3]]'' || Contestant || [[Colors TV]] || Evicted on Day 5
 
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| 2010 || ''The Hindu'' || Maya || [[Channel One Russia]] || Russian series<br/>Nominated, Best Actress of Drama Series at [[Monte-Carlo Television Festival]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://rwstudio.com/about/about/ |title=Russian World Studios |publisher=Rwstudio.com |accessdate=2014-04-18}}</ref>
 
| 2010 || ''The Hindu'' || Maya || [[Channel One Russia]] || Russian series<br/>Nominated, Best Actress of Drama Series at [[Monte-Carlo Television Festival]]<ref>{{cite web|url=http://rwstudio.com/about/about/ |title=Russian World Studios |publisher=Rwstudio.com |accessdate=2014-04-18}}</ref>

Bigg Boss 3

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| series = Season 3 (2009)
 
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| hm6 = Raju
 
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| hm7 = Rohit
 
| hm7-enter = Day 1
 
| hm7-enter = Day 1
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| hm7-stat = nom
| hm8 = Rohit
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| hm8 = Shamita
 
| hm8-enter = Day 1
 
| hm8-enter = Day 1
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| hm11 = Tanaaz
 
| hm11 = Tanaaz
 
| hm11-enter = Day 1
 
| hm11-enter = Day 1
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| hm11-stat = evic
 
| hm11-stat = evic
 
| hm12 = Ismail
 
| hm12 = Ismail
 
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| hm13-exit = Day 27
 
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| hm13-stat = evic
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* [[Aditi Govitrikar]]
 
* [[Aditi Govitrikar]]
 
* [[Jaya Sawant]]
 
* [[Jaya Sawant]]
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* [[Khaliya Khan]]
 
* [[Shamita Shetty]]
 
* [[Shamita Shetty]]
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* [[Claudia Ciesla]]
 
* [[Claudia Ciesla]]
 
* [[Rohit Verma]]
 
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==Voting History==
 
==Voting History==
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| Vindu<br />Claudia
 
| Vindu<br />Claudia
 
| colspan="8" style="background:#fa8072;" | ''Evicted''<br />(Day 27)
 
| colspan="8" style="background:#fa8072;" | ''Evicted''<br />(Day 27)
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! Kamal
 
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| Kamal<br />Sherlyn
 
| Kamal<br />Sherlyn
 
| colspan="11" style="background:#fa8072;" | ''Evicted''<br />(Day 6)
 
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| Shamita<br />Kamal
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| colspan="11" style="background:#fa8072;" | ''Evicted''<br />(Day 5)
 
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! Against<br />public vote
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|Sherlyn,<br />Vindu
 
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|-
 
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| style="background:#ff8072;" |'''Jaya'''
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| style="background:#ff8072;" |'''Khaliya'''
 
| style="background:#ff8072;" |'''Sherlyn'''
 
| style="background:#ff8072;" |'''Sherlyn'''
 
| style="background:#ff8072;" |'''Ismail'''
 
| style="background:#ff8072;" |'''Ismail'''

Smile Tour

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In the midst of recording sessions for the ill-fated album ''Smile, ''the band went on a tour to drum up support. After a few pre-tour shows in 1967, The tour spanned 2 months and 40 gigs, with an American leg in April 1967 and a European leg in May. Carl Wilson missed one show due to draft dodging.
 
In the midst of recording sessions for the ill-fated album ''Smile, ''the band went on a tour to drum up support. After a few pre-tour shows in 1967, The tour spanned 2 months and 40 gigs, with an American leg in April 1967 and a European leg in May. Carl Wilson missed one show due to draft dodging.
   
Post-tour, the band underwent tumult. The ''Smile ''album was cancelled in June, due to Brian Wilson's mental instability, and an appearance at the Monterrey Pop Festival in June was cancelled. Instead, the band released two albums in the later half of the year- ''Smiley Smile, ''which charted only 41 in the US despite hit singles "Good Vibrations" and "Heroes And Villains" (it did make 9 in the UK), and ''Wild Honey, ''which fared better, charting 24 in the US and 7 in the UK on the strength of hits "Wild Honey" and "Darlin'". They played several shows in the later period of the year. Two nights in Honolulu were recorded for the aborted live album ''Lei'd in Hawaii, ''scattered shows were played in October-November, and on December 15 they played in Paris for UNICEF benefit. During this time two albums were released,
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Post-tour, the band underwent tumult. The ''Smile ''album was cancelled in June, due to Brian Wilson's mental instability, and an appearance at the Monterrey Pop Festival in June was cancelled. Instead, the band released two albums in the later half of the year- ''Smiley Smile, ''which charted only 41 in the US despite hit singles "Good Vibrations" and "Heroes And Villains" (it did make 9 in the UK), and ''Wild Honey, ''which fared better, charting 24 in the US and 7 in the UK on the strength of hits "Wild Honey" and "Darlin'". They played several shows in the later period of the year. Two nights in Honolulu were recorded for the aborted live album ''Lei'd in Hawaii, ''scattered shows were played in October-November, and on December 15 they played in Paris for UNICEF benefit. For these shows, they added backup members, Daryl Dragon as second drummer and Rob Brown as second bassist.
   
 
== Setlist ==
 
== Setlist ==
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|Berlin
 
|Berlin
 
|Berlin Sports Hall
 
|Berlin Sports Hall
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=== Post-Tour ===
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|Monterrey Fairgrounds
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|August 25, 1967
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| rowspan="2" |Honolulu International Center
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|August 26, 1967
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| rowspan="2" |October 6, 1967
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|Freedom Hall
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|State Fair Coliseum
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|October 7, 1967
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|Cleveland
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|October 8, 1967
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|Chicago
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|Chicago Opera House (2 shows)
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|November 17, 1967
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|Masonic Temple
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|-
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| rowspan="2" |November 18, 1967
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|Buffalo
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|Buffalo Memorial Auditorium
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|-
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|Syracuse
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|Le Moyne College
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|-
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| rowspan="2" |November 19, 1967
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|Richmond Arena
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|-
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|Washington D.C
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|DAR Constitutional Hall (2 shows)
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|-
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| rowspan="2" |November 20, 1967
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|Hartford
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|Bushnell Memorial Hall
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|Fairfield
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|Fairfield University
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|November 21, 1967
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|Westchester County Center
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|November 22, 1967
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|Pittsburgh
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|Penn Theater (2 shows)
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|November 23, 1967
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|Boston
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|Back Bay Theater
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| rowspan="2" |November 24, 1967
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|Boston
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|Back Bay Theater
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|Providence
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|Rhode Island Auditorium
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|-
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| rowspan="2" |November 25, 1967
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|West Point
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|US Military Academy
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|-
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|New York City
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|St. Johns University
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|-
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| rowspan="2" |November 26, 1967
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|Orange
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|Seton Hall
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|-
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|Baltimore
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|Baltimore Civic Center
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|December 15, 1967
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|Paris
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|France
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|L'Olympia
 
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Matt Fletcher

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| alias = Matt Fletcher<br>Mad Matt Fletcher
 
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| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1977|7|15}}
 
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| genre = Hardcore punk, metalcore, progressive metal
| occupation = [[Musician]], [[songwriter]]
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| years_active = 1995&ndash;present
 
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'''"Mad" Matt Fletcher''' (born '''Matthew Lee Fletcher''' July 15, 1977) is an American musician, and the current [[bassist]] (former [[guitarist]]) for the [[hardcore punk|hardcore]] [[Rock band|band]] [[Shai Hulud (band)|Shai Hulud]], since 1999, and his side project with founding [[Shai Hulud (band)|Shai Hulud]] member [[Matthew Fox (musician)|Matthew Fox]], [[Zombie Apocalypse (band)|Zombie Apocalypse]]. He has also played guitar in other punk rock bands, like The Rat Bastards, Electric Ass, and the extremely short-lived Sir Hyper-Rape & The Pillage Boys (a band that ended after one house show when the singer ran off the "stage" and hid under a table outside).<ref>[http://www.rockandmetal.com/metal_sg_shd.html Metal Artists, Free MP3s, Music And Videos: SG-SHD | RockAndMetal.com<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref> Fletcher lives a [[vegan]] [[straight edge]] lifestyle, abstaining from animal product, animal by-product, alcohol and drug consumption. He is often referred to as Mad Matt Fletcher (a homage to his favorite film ''[[The Road Warrior]]''), or Fletch to differentiate between him and [[Matthew Fox (musician)|Matt Fox]]. Matt Fletcher does not like the film Mad Max, frequently when questioned about his issues with the film he's been known to fly into a fit of violent rage. Matt has been known to fly into a blind rage when asked about the 1998 Record by Swedish [[hardcore punk|Hardcore]] band [[Refused]] "[[The Shape of Punk to Come]]." His most recent project is a crossover band based out of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma called Justice Keeper.
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'''Matt Fletcher''' (born '''Matthew Lee Fletcher''' July 15, 1977) is an American musician, and the current bassist (former guitarist) for the hardcore Rock band Shai Hulud, since 1999, and his side project with founding Shai Hulud member Matthew Fox, Zombie Apocalypse. He has also played guitar in other punk rock bands, like The Rat Bastards, Electric Ass, and the extremely short-lived Sir Hyper-Rape & The Pillage Boys (a band that ended after one house show when the singer ran off the "stage" and hid under a table outside).<ref>[http://www.rockandmetal.com/metal_sg_shd.html Metal Artists, Free MP3s, Music And Videos: SG-SHD | RockAndMetal.com<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref> Fletcher lives a vegan straight edge lifestyle. His most recent project is a crossover band based out of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma called Justice Keeper.
   
When asked about [[metalcore]], he was quoted as saying "well, we're a [[hardcore punk|hardcore]] band that plays our version of [[Heavy metal music|metal]]". He does not consider himself a musician and often explains, "I just put my fingers where I have to".<ref>[http://www.hardcoremusic.be/2006/interviewsshow.php?id=40 Hardcoremusic.Be<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>
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When asked about metalcore, he was quoted as saying "well, we're a hardcore punk band that plays our version of metal".<ref>[http://www.hardcoremusic.be/2006/interviewsshow.php?id=40 Hardcoremusic.Be<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>
   
 
== Discography ==
 
== Discography ==
* [[Shai Hulud (band)|Shai Hulud]] - ''[[A Whole New Level of Sickness]]'' Split with Another Victim(1999)
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* Shai Hulud - ''A Whole New Level of Sickness'' Split with Another Victim(1999)
* Shai Hulud - ''[[Crush 'Em All Vol. 1]]'' Split with [[Boy Sets Fire]](2000)
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* Shai Hulud - ''Crush 'Em All Vol. 1'' Split with Boy Sets Fire(2000)
* Shai Hulud - ''[[That Within Blood Ill-Tempered]]'' (2003)
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* Shai Hulud - ''That Within Blood Ill-Tempered'' (2003)
* [[Zombie Apocalypse (band)|Zombie Apocalypse]] - ''[[This Is a Spark of Life]]'' (2003)
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* Zombie Apocalypse - ''This Is a Spark of Life'' (2003)
* Shai Hulud - ''[[A Profound Hatred of Man (Reissue)]]'' (2005)
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* Shai Hulud - ''A Profound Hatred of Man (Reissue)'' (2005)
* Zombie Apocalypse - ''[[Tales Told by Dead Men]]'' Split with [[Send More Paramedics]](2005)
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* Zombie Apocalypse - ''Tales Told by Dead Men'' Split with Send More Paramedics(2005)
* Shai Hulud - ''[[Hearts Once Nourished with Hope and Compassion (Reissue)]]'' (2006)
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* Shai Hulud - ''Hearts Once Nourished with Hope and Compassion (Reissue)'' (2006)
* Shai Hulud - ''[[A Comprehensive Retrospective: Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Release Bad and Useless Recordings]]'' (2006)
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* Shai Hulud - ''A Comprehensive Retrospective: Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Release Bad and Useless Recordings'' (2006)
* Shai Hulud - ''[[Misanthropy Pure]]'' (2008)
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* Shai Hulud - ''Misanthropy Pure'' (2008)
* Shai Hulud - ''[[Reach Beyond the Sun]]'' (2013)
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* Shai Hulud - ''Reach Beyond the Sun'' (2013)
* Justice Keeper - "[[The War For Light Demo]]" (2014)
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* Justice Keeper - "The War For Light Demo" (2014)
   
 
==References==
 
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Yssal Dinra

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<!--- Don't mess with this line! ---><!--- Write your article below this line --->Yssal Dinra aka Lil Emoji (Francheska Hardin), is an American poet, artist, musician, producer of madness and Internet personality. She is from Michigan currently living in Detroit. A former member of the band Prism Views; she is the voice and clear light of it. Since yssal dumped co producer Luna Jackson, LALKA continues to DJ their songs. Yssal is the vocalist and co-writer in Pan. She has been described as an artist whose work is preoccupied with aesthetics, reality, and online community.[3][4] Her art has been showcased in Detroit, New York, Chicago, Atlanta and L.A. [1][2]
Yssal Dinra aka Lil Emoji (Francheska Hardin), is an American poet, artist, musician, producer of madness and Internet personality. She is from Michigan currently living in Detroit. A former member of the band Prism Views; she is the voice and clear light of it. Since yssal dumped co producer Luna Jackson, LALKA continues to DJ their songs. Yssal is the vocalist and co-writer in Pan. She has been described as an artist whose work is preoccupied with aesthetics, reality, and online community.[3][4] Her art has been showcased in Detroit, New York, Chicago, Atlanta and L.A. [1][2]
 
   
 
Yssal has cited musician/composer Alice Glass, and blogger Steve Roggenbuck as central influences.
 
Yssal has cited musician/composer Alice Glass, and blogger Steve Roggenbuck as central influences.

Matt Fletcher

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{{Infobox musical artist
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| name = "Mad" Matt Fletcher
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| birth_name = Matthew Lee Fletcher
| alias = Matt Fletcher<br>Mad Matt Fletcher
| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1977|7|15}}
|birth_place =[[Norman, Oklahoma]], US
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| origin = [[Norman, Oklahoma]], US
| instrument = [[Electric guitar]], [[Bass guitar|bass]]
| genre = [[Hardcore punk]], [[metalcore]], [[progressive metal]]
| occupation = [[Musician]], [[songwriter]]
| years_active = 1995&ndash;present
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| associated_acts = [[Shai Hulud (band)|Shai Hulud]], [[Zombie Apocalypse (band)|Zombie Apocalypse]]
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'''"Mad" Matt Fletcher''' (born '''Matthew Lee Fletcher''' July 15, 1977) is an American musician, and the current [[bassist]] (former [[guitarist]]) for the [[hardcore punk|hardcore]] [[Rock band|band]] [[Shai Hulud (band)|Shai Hulud]], since 1999, and his side project with founding [[Shai Hulud (band)|Shai Hulud]] member [[Matthew Fox (musician)|Matthew Fox]], [[Zombie Apocalypse (band)|Zombie Apocalypse]]. He has also played guitar in other punk rock bands, like The Rat Bastards, Electric Ass, and the extremely short-lived Sir Hyper-Rape & The Pillage Boys (a band that ended after one house show when the singer ran off the "stage" and hid under a table outside).<ref>[http://www.rockandmetal.com/metal_sg_shd.html Metal Artists, Free MP3s, Music And Videos: SG-SHD | RockAndMetal.com<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref> Fletcher lives a [[vegan]] [[straight edge]] lifestyle, abstaining from animal product, animal by-product, alcohol and drug consumption. He is often referred to as Mad Matt Fletcher (a homage to his favorite film ''[[The Road Warrior]]''), or Fletch to differentiate between him and [[Matthew Fox (musician)|Matt Fox]]. Matt Fletcher does not like the film Mad Max, frequently when questioned about his issues with the film he's been known to fly into a fit of violent rage. Matt has been known to fly into a blind rage when asked about the 1998 Record by Swedish [[hardcore punk|Hardcore]] band [[Refused]] "[[The Shape of Punk to Come]]." His most recent project is a crossover band based out of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma called Justice Keeper.

When asked about [[metalcore]], he was quoted as saying "well, we're a [[hardcore punk|hardcore]] band that plays our version of [[Heavy metal music|metal]]". He does not consider himself a musician and often explains, "I just put my fingers where I have to".<ref>[http://www.hardcoremusic.be/2006/interviewsshow.php?id=40 Hardcoremusic.Be<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref>

== Discography ==
* [[Shai Hulud (band)|Shai Hulud]] - ''[[A Whole New Level of Sickness]]'' Split with Another Victim(1999)
* Shai Hulud - ''[[Crush 'Em All Vol. 1]]'' Split with [[Boy Sets Fire]](2000)
* Shai Hulud - ''[[That Within Blood Ill-Tempered]]'' (2003)
* [[Zombie Apocalypse (band)|Zombie Apocalypse]] - ''[[This Is a Spark of Life]]'' (2003)
* Shai Hulud - ''[[A Profound Hatred of Man (Reissue)]]'' (2005)
* Zombie Apocalypse - ''[[Tales Told by Dead Men]]'' Split with [[Send More Paramedics]](2005)
* Shai Hulud - ''[[Hearts Once Nourished with Hope and Compassion (Reissue)]]'' (2006)
* Shai Hulud - ''[[A Comprehensive Retrospective: Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Release Bad and Useless Recordings]]'' (2006)
* Shai Hulud - ''[[Misanthropy Pure]]'' (2008)
* Shai Hulud - ''[[Reach Beyond the Sun]]'' (2013)
* Justice Keeper - "[[The War For Light Demo]]" (2014)

==References==
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{{Shai Hulud}}

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Yssal Dinra

Posted: 03 Jan 2018 10:41 AM PST

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Yssal Dinra aka Lil Emoji (Francheska Hardin), is an American poet, artist, musician, producer of madness and Internet personality. She is from Michigan currently living in Detroit. A former member of the band Prism Views; she is the voice and clear light of it. Since yssal dumped co producer Luna Jackson, LALKA continues to DJ their songs. Yssal is the vocalist and co-writer in Pan. She has been described as an artist whose work is preoccupied with aesthetics, reality, and online community.[3][4] Her art has been showcased in Detroit, New York, Chicago, Atlanta and L.A. [1][2]
 
A former member of the band Prism Views; she is the voice and clear light of it. Now without NIGHT TERROR in Prismviews Luna aka lakia has not played a single show since yssal dumped co producer Luna Jackson, Yssal is the vocalist and co-writer in Pan. She has been described as an artist whose work is preoccupied with aesthetics, reality, and online community.[3][4] Her art has been showcased in Detroit, New York, Chicago, Atlanta and L.A. [1][2]
 
   
 
Yssal has cited musician/composer Alice Glass, and blogger Steve Roggenbuck as central influences.
 
Yssal has cited musician/composer Alice Glass, and blogger Steve Roggenbuck as central influences.

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Yssal Dinra

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Yssal Dinra (born 1986), is an American poet, artist, musician, and Internet personality. She lives in Hamtramck, Michigan. A former member of the band Prism Views, Yssal is the vocalist and co-writer in Pan. She has been described as an artist whose work is preoccupied with aesthetics, reality, and online community.[3][4] Her art has been showcased in Detroit, New York, and L.A. [1][2]
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A former member of the band Prism Views; she is the voice and clear light of it. Now without NIGHT TERROR in Prismviews Luna aka lakia has not played a single show since yssal dumped co producer Luna Jackson, Yssal is the vocalist and co-writer in Pan. She has been described as an artist whose work is preoccupied with aesthetics, reality, and online community.[3][4] Her art has been showcased in Detroit, New York, Chicago, Atlanta and L.A. [1][2]
   
 
Yssal has cited musician/composer Alice Glass, and blogger Steve Roggenbuck as central influences.
 
Yssal has cited musician/composer Alice Glass, and blogger Steve Roggenbuck as central influences.

Smile Tour

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== Background ==
 
== Background ==
 
In the midst of recording sessions for the ill-fated album ''Smile, ''the band went on a tour to drum up support. After a few pre-tour shows in 1967, The tour spanned 2 months and 40 gigs, with an American leg in April 1967 and a European leg in May. Carl Wilson missed one show due to draft dodging.
 
In the midst of recording sessions for the ill-fated album ''Smile, ''the band went on a tour to drum up support. After a few pre-tour shows in 1967, The tour spanned 2 months and 40 gigs, with an American leg in April 1967 and a European leg in May. Carl Wilson missed one show due to draft dodging.
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Post-tour, the band underwent tumult. The ''Smile ''album was cancelled in June, due to Brian Wilson's mental instability, and an appearance at the Monterrey Pop Festival in June was cancelled. Instead, the band released two albums in the later half of the year- ''Smiley Smile, ''which charted only 41 in the US despite hit singles "Good Vibrations" and "Heroes And Villains" (it did make 9 in the UK), and ''Wild Honey, ''which fared better, charting 24 in the US and 7 in the UK on the strength of hits "Wild Honey" and "Darlin'". They played several shows in the later period of the year. Two nights in Honolulu were recorded for the aborted live album ''Lei'd in Hawaii, ''scattered shows were played in October-November, and on December 15 they played in Paris for UNICEF benefit. During this time two albums were released,
   
 
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"Country Air", and "How She Boogalooed It" were also played on a few.
   
 
== Tour Dates ==
 
== Tour Dates ==

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