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RCA records

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Artistes Internationaux:

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En octobre 2011, les artistes de Jive Records, Arista Records et J Recordsintègrent le catalogue de RCA Records à la suite de la fermeture des trois labels1.
 
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Interscope Records

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== Joseph kargbo==
Joseph kargbo junior born 4 octobre 1994 in Saint denis is Singer songwriter strat music 18 years old realesse debut streaming album work for you dreams the album EP past come in back sounclound popular single choices make my road today, better world discographie work for Dream EP 2014 past Come in back EP
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Joseph kargbo junior born 4 octobre 1994 in Saint denis is Singer songwriter strat music 18 years old realesse debut streaming album work for you dreams the album EP past come in back sounclound popular single choices make my road today, better world discographie work for Dream EP 2014 past Come in back EP
   
== the island def jam music group(2014)==
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Joseph kargbo

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Joseph kargbo junior born 4 octobre 1994 in Saint denis is Singer songwriter strat music 18 years old realesse debut streaming EP work for you dreams EP past come in back sounclound popular singlet choices make my road today, better world, [[Interscope Records]]
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Joseph kargbo junior born 4 octobre 1994 in Saint denis is Singer songwriter strat music 18 years old realesse debut streaming album work for you dreams the album EP past come in back sounclound popular single choices make my road today, better world discographie work for Dream EP 2014 past Come in back EP

Interscope Records

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Joseph kargbo junior born 4 octobre 1994 in Saint denis is Singer songwriter strat music 18 years old realesse debut streaming album work for you dreams the album EP past come in back sounclound popular single choices make my road today, better world discographie work for Dream EP 2014 past Come in back EP
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Américain records label founder Joseph kargbo Affiliation interscope records
 
   
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Work for you  dream EP 2014 the island def jam music group Past Come on back Ep 2015 same label
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Christopher Aleksov

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Christopher Aleksov

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Christopher Aleksov is a 15 year old boy who goes to school in the Southern Highlands. His favourite hobbies are to follow his leader - Clive Palmer, and to play tennis, which he excels at. Chris Aleksov is a very famous person who will most likely become a worldwide sensation in the next few years.
 
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Dale Winton

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'''Dale Jonathan Winton''' (born 22 May 1955)<ref name=astabgay.com>{{cite web|url=http://www.astabgay.com/KingsOfCamp/DaleWinton.htm |title=Kings Of Camp. Dale Winton |publisher=Astabgay.com |accessdate=21 January 2010}}</ref> is an English [[Disc jockey#Radio DJs|radio DJ]] and [[presenter|television presenter]], best known for presenting the shows including ''[[Dale's Supermarket Sweep]]'' from 1993 until 2000 and again in 2007, the [[The National Lottery Draws|National Lottery]] game show ''[[The National Lottery: In It to Win It|In It to Win It]]'' since 2002 and the 2008 series of ''[[Hole in the Wall (UK game show)|Hole in the Wall]]''.
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'''Dale Jonathan Winton''' (born 22 May 1955 and died 18th April 2018)<ref name=astabgay.com>{{cite web|url=http://www.astabgay.com/KingsOfCamp/DaleWinton.htm |title=Kings Of Camp. Dale Winton |publisher=Astabgay.com |accessdate=21 January 2010}}</ref> is an English [[Disc jockey#Radio DJs|radio DJ]] and [[presenter|television presenter]], best known for presenting the shows including ''[[Dale's Supermarket Sweep]]'' from 1993 until 2000 and again in 2007, the [[The National Lottery Draws|National Lottery]] game show ''[[The National Lottery: In It to Win It|In It to Win It]]'' since 2002 and the 2008 series of ''[[Hole in the Wall (UK game show)|Hole in the Wall]]''.
   
 
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In May 2016, Winton expressed his support for [[Donald Trump]] in [[Donald Trump presidential campaign, 2016|his US Presidential bid]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/dale-winton-donald-trump-is-he-hero-or-villain/ |title=Dale Winton: Donald Trump – is he hero or villain? |work=Conservative Woman |date=22 May 2016 |accessdate= }}</ref>
 
In May 2016, Winton expressed his support for [[Donald Trump]] in [[Donald Trump presidential campaign, 2016|his US Presidential bid]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/dale-winton-donald-trump-is-he-hero-or-villain/ |title=Dale Winton: Donald Trump – is he hero or villain? |work=Conservative Woman |date=22 May 2016 |accessdate= }}</ref>
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Orchestral Tour

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== Background ==
 
== Background ==
After the live album ''A Night At Red Rocks ''was a success, The Moody Blues decided to go on a full tour with an orchestral backing.
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After the live album ''A Night At Red Rocks ''was a success, The Moody Blues decided to go on a full tour with an orchestral backing. The resulting tour, which spanned over 180 gigs and over a year, would be their most extensive yet. The tour consisted of six legs, most in US. The first leg lasted from June-July 1993, the second from September-October 1993, before the only non-US leg in the UK, in December 1993. The rest of the tour, in 1994, would all be in the US, the first leg in March, the second in June and July, and the last in September and October. With the band revitalized, throughout the year-long tour they mostly played in arenas and amphitheaters.
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The setlist was relatively static throughout the tour, but had some changes. Notable revivals on the tour were that of "Gypsy" (Played for the first time since 1984), "The Actor" (Played for the first time ever), and "Eternity Road" (Played for the first times since 1974). The typical setlist was:
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Orchestral Tour

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DVD Talk

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| alexa = {{IncreaseNegative}} 18,823 ({{as of|2012|9|9|alt=September 2012}})<ref name="alexa">{{cite web|url= http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/dvdtalk.com |title= Dvdtalk.com Site Info | publisher= [[Alexa Internet]] |accessdate= 2012-09-09 }}</ref><!--Updated monthly by OKBot.-->
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| launch date = 19 Jan 1999 <ref>{{cite web|url=http://whois.domaintools.com/dvdtalk.com|title=DvdTalk.com WHOIS, DNS, & Domain Info - DomainTools|work=WHOIS|date= |accessdate=2016-07-27}}</ref>
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'''DVD Talk''' is a [[website]] for [[DVD]] enthusiasts founded in January 1999 by [[Geoffrey Kleinman]] when DVDs and [[DVD players]] were first beginning to hit the market.<ref name="about">{{cite web | url=http://www.dvdtalk.com/welcome.html | title= About DVD Talk | publisher=www.dvdtalk.com | accessdate=2007-12-03}}</ref>
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'''DVD Talk''' is a home video news and review website launched in 1999 by Geoffrey Kleinman.
   
The site started as an [[online forum]], an [[email]] [[newsletter]], and a page of DVD [[news]] and [[reviews]]. As it grew, it expanded to include a review database as well as regular [[columns]] including [[Glenn Erickson]]'s ''The DVD Savant'' and ''Anime Talk''. The site has over 50 writers and contributors who write reviews, interviews, features, and columns; its database holds over 14,000 reviews for Region 1 DVDs.{{Citation needed|date=May 2010}}
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== History ==
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Kleinman founded the site in January 1999 in Beaverton, Oregon.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://news.cnet.com/How-low-can-Net-DVD-sales-go/2100-1040_3-231512.html|title=How low can Net DVD sales go?|last=Sandoval|first=Greg|work=CNET|date=1999-10-15|accessdate=2014-08-20}}</ref> The site started as an online forum, an email newsletter, and a page of DVD news and reviews. As it grew, it expanded to include a review database as well as regular columns including Glenn Erickson's ''The DVD Savant'' and ''Anime Talk''. As of 2010, the site had over 50 writers and contributors, who write reviews, interviews, features, and columns, and its database held over 14,000 reviews for Region 1 DVDs. Besides news and reviews, it features information on hidden DVD features known as "Easter eggs".<ref>{{cite news|url=http://articles.latimes.com/2005/apr/17/entertainment/ca-eastereggs17|title=Scrambling for 'eggs'|last=Saltzman|first=Marc|work=[[Los Angeles Times]]|date=2005-04-17|accessdate=2014-08-20}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url=http://news.cnet.com/Hunting-for-Easter-eggs-Try-a-DVD/2100-1040_3-866520.html|title=Hunting for Easter eggs? Try a DVD|last=Shim|first=Richard|work=CNET|date=2002-03-22|accessdate=2014-08-20}}</ref> In 2000, posts to their forum led Amazon.com to cease the practice of dynamic pricing.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://business.highbeam.com/2012/article-1G1-65142530/amazon-users-spot-pricing-tests|title=Amazon users spot pricing tests.|last=Marlowe|first=Chris|work=The Hollywood Reporter|date=2000-09-06|accessdate=2014-08-20|subscription=yes|via=HighBeam Research}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url=http://news.cnet.com/2100-1017-245326.html|title=Now showing: random DVD prices on Amazon|last=Wolverton|first=Troy|work=CNET|date=5 September 2000|accessdate=20 August 2014}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url=http://articles.latimes.com/2000/oct/02/business/fi-30029|title=Amazon Pays a Price for Marketing Test|last=Streitfeld|first=David|work=Los Angeles Times|date=2000-10-02|accessdate=2014-08-20}}</ref> In 2007, the site was sold to Internet Brands.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.homemediamagazine.com/news/review-site-dvdtalk-sold-11473|title=Review Site DVDTalk Sold|last=Tribbey|first=Chris|work=Home Media Magazine|date=2007-11-01|accessdate=2014-08-20}}</ref> The adult section of the website was spun off and became XCritic.<ref name="dpblog">{{cite web|url=http://www.avn.com/performer/articles/5617.html|title=Digital Playground Girls Blog For XCritic.com|last=David Sullivan|date=2007-12-13|work=Adult Video News|accessdate=2008-10-24}}</ref>
   
In September 2007, the site was sold to [[Internet Brands]].<ref name="dvdtalk_sale">{{cite web | url=http://www.kleinman.com/2007/10/kleinmancom_sells_dvd_talk_to.html | title= Kleinman.com Sells DVD Talk to Internet Brands | publisher=www.kleinman.com | date=2007-10-29 | accessdate=2007-12-03}}</ref> The adult section of the website was spun off and became XCritic.<ref name="dpblog">{{cite web|url=http://www.avn.com/performer/articles/5617.html|title=Digital Playground Girls Blog For XCritic.com|last=David Sullivan|date=2007-12-13|work=[[AVN (magazine)|Adult Video News]]|accessdate=2008-10-24}}</ref>
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Shawn Levy of ''The Oregonian'' called it "worth a visit",<ref>{{cite news|url=http://blog.oregonlive.com/madaboutmovies/2006/01/orphaned_movies_of_2005.html|title=Orphaned Movies of 2005|last=Levy|first=Shawn|work=The Oregonian|date=2006-01-05|accessdate=2014-08-20}}</ref> and Randy Salas of the ''Star Tribune'' recommended it as a source of information for DVDs.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.startribune.com/entertainment/tv/11821581.html |title=DVDs: Don't be duped |last=Salas |first=Randy |work=Star Tribune |date=2007-11-12 |accessdate=2014-08-20 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20140821162502/http://www.startribune.com/entertainment/tv/11821581.html |archivedate=2014-08-21 |df= }}</ref> It is used by industry insiders to gauge interest in DVD titles.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://articles.latimes.com/2005/aug/30/entertainment/et-dvd30|title=Demand driven by mouse-clicks|last=Dutka|first=Elaine|work=Los Angeles Times|date=2005-08-30|accessdate=2014-08-20}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url=http://articles.latimes.com/2005/apr/05/entertainment/et-dvdfans5|title=Give me 'MacGyver'! Demand leads to DVDs|last=Dutka|first=Elaine|work=Los Angeles Times|date=2005-04-05|accessdate=2014-08-20}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P2-534607.html|title=On the Web, Price Tags Blur; What You Pay Could Depend on Who You Are|last=Streitfeld|first=David|work=The Washington Post|date=2000-09-27|accessdate=2014-08-20|subscription=yes|via=Highbeam Research}}</ref>
   
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{{Reflist}}
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* [http://www.dvdtalk.com DVD Talk]
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* [http://www.dvdtalkradio.com DVD Talk Radio]
 
* [http://www.dvdtalkradio.com DVD Talk Radio]
 
* [http://www.xcritic.com XCritic]
 
* [http://www.xcritic.com XCritic]
* [http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn/A15159-2000Sep25 On the Web, Price Tags Blur] (''[[Washington Post]]'' article about the DVD Talk community)
 
* [http://www.startribune.com/459/story/1545615.html DVDs Don't Be Duped - Star Tribune] (''[[Star Tribune]]'' article recommending DVD Talk as a source for checking availability of DVDs.)
 
   
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Jamie Christopherson

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'''Jamie Christopherson''' is a musician who has contributed scores to a number of popular films and video games, including the film ''The Crow: Wicked Prayer'', and the games ''Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams'' and ''Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance''. He was born in Los Angeles, California in 1975, and received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Vassar College in 1997. While living in Boston soon after his graduation, Christopherson worked as an assistant to local television/film composers. Deciding that he wished to pursue his career further, he received his Master's degree in Music from the University of Miami in 2000. Below are a list of his works:
 
'''Jamie Christopherson''' is a musician who has contributed scores to a number of popular films and video games, including the film ''The Crow: Wicked Prayer'', and the games ''Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams'' and ''Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance''. He was born in Los Angeles, California in 1975, and received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Vassar College in 1997. While living in Boston soon after his graduation, Christopherson worked as an assistant to local television/film composers. Deciding that he wished to pursue his career further, he received his Master's degree in Music from the University of Miami in 2000. Below are a list of his works:
   

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'''Jamie Christopherson''' is a musician who has contributed scores to a number of popular films and video games, including the film ''The Crow: Wicked Prayer'', and the games ''Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams'' and ''Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance''. He was born in Los Angeles, California in 1975, and received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Vassar College in 1997. While living in Boston soon after his graduation, Christopherson worked as an assistant to local television/film composers. Deciding that he wished to pursue his career further, he received his Master's degree in Music from the University of Miami in 2000. Below are a list of his works:
 
'''Jamie Christopherson''' is a musician who has contributed scores to a number of popular films and video games, including the movie ''[[The Crow: Wicked Prayer]]'', and the games ''[[Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams]]'' and ''[[Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance]]''. He was born in Los Angeles, California in 1975. He received a [[Bachelor of Arts]] degree from [[Vassar College]] in 1997. While living in Boston soon after his graduation, Christopherson worked as an assistant to local television/film composers. Deciding that he wished to pursue his career further, he received his [[Master's degree]] in Music from the [[University of Miami]] in 2000. Below are a list of his works:
 
   
 
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| 2016
 
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| 2014
 
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| [[Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance]]
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| 2013
 
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| 2010
 
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| [[Bionic Commando (sequel)]]
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| 2008
 
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| 2007
 
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| 2007
 
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| 2007
 
| 2007
 
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| [[Lost Planet]]
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| 2006
 
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| [[The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II]]
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| [[Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams]]
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| 2006
 
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| 2004
 
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| 2004
 
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| [[Puzzaz]]
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| 2003
 
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'''Jamie Christopherson''' is a musician who has contributed scores to a number of popular films and video games, including the movie ''[[The Crow: Wicked Prayer]]'', and the games ''[[Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams]]'' and ''[[Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance]]''. He was born in Los Angeles, California in 1975. He received a [[Bachelor of Arts]] degree from [[Vassar College]] in 1997. While living in Boston soon after his graduation, Christopherson worked as an assistant to local television/film composers. Deciding that he wished to pursue his career further, he received his [[Master's degree]] in Music from the [[University of Miami]] in 2000. Below are a list of his works:
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| [[The Crow: Wicked Prayer]]
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| [[Phantom Force]]
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| [[Boa vs. Python]]
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| 2004
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| [[Epoch: Evolution]]
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| 2003
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| [[Maximum Velocity]]
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| 2003
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| [[Avatars Offline]]
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| 2002
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| [[Dead Rising 4]]
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| 2016
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| [[Blade & Soul 2.0: Silverfrost Mountains]]
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| 2014
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| [[Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance]]
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| 2013
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| [[Lost Planet 2]]
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| 2010
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| [[Bionic Commando (sequel)]]
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| 2008
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| [[Spider-Man: Web of Shadows]]
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| 2008
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| [[The Golden Compass (video game)|The Golden Compass]]
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| 2007
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| [[Bladestorm]]
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| 2007
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| [[Stranglehold (video game)|Stranglehold]]
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| [[Surf's Up (video game)|Surf's Up]]
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| [[Lost Planet]]
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| [[The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II]]
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| [[Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams]]
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| [[The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth]]
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| [[Lineage 2: Age of Splendor]]
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| [[Lineage 2: The Chaotic Chronicle]]
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| [[Puzzaz]]
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| [[Shiny Entertainment]]
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| [[Toontown Online]]
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*[http://www.jamiechristopherson.com Jamie Christopherson's Official Website]
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|Albany
 
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|Palace Theater
 
|Palace Theater
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With Chicago
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|May 22, 1992
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|Charlotte
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|Blockbuster Pavilion
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|May 23, 1992
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|Johnson City
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|Freedom Hall
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|May 24, 1992
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|Walnut Creek Amphitheater
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|<s>May 25, 1992</s>
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| rowspan="2" |Breslin Center
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|May 26, 1992
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|May 27, 1992
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|Antioch
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|Starwood Amphitheater
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|May 28, 1992
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|Memphis
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|Mud Island Amphitheater
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|May 29, 1992
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|Woodlands
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|C.W Mitchell Pavilion
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|May 30, 1992
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|Dallas
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|Starplex Amphitheater
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|May 31, 1992
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|Bonner Springs
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|Sandstone Amphitheater
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|June 2, 1992
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|Minneapolis
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|Target Center
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|June 3, 1992
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|Milwaukee
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|Marcus Amphitheater
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|June 4, 1992
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|LaCrosse
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|LaCrosse Center
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|June 5, 1992
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| rowspan="2" |Hoffman Estates
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| rowspan="2" |Poplar Creek Music Theater
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|June 6, 1992
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|June 7, 1992
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|Columbus
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|Capital Music Theater
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|June 9, 1992
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|Maryland Heights
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|Riverport Amphitheater
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|June 10, 1992
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|Cincinnati
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|Riverbend Music Center
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|June 12, 1992
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| rowspan="2" |Clarkston
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| rowspan="2" |Pine Knob Music Theater
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|June 13, 1992
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|June 14, 1992
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|Cuyahoga Falls
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|Blossom Music Center
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|June 15, 1992
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|Vaughan
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|Canada
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|Kingswood Music Theater
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|June 17, 1992
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|Noblesville
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| rowspan="11" |USA
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|Deer Creek Music Center
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|June 18, 1992
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|Burgettstown
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|Star Lake Amphitheater
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|June 19, 1992
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| rowspan="2" |Columbia
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| rowspan="2" |Merriweather Post Pavilion
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|June 20, 1992
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|June 21, 1992
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|Mansfield
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|Great Woods Amphitheater
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|June 23, 1992
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| rowspan="2" |Holmdel
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| rowspan="2" |Garden State Arts Center
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|June 24, 1992
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|June 25, 1992
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|Saratoga
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|Saratoga Performing Arts Center
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|June 26, 1992
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|Allentown
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|Allentown Fairgrounds
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|June 27, 1992
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| rowspan="2" |Wantagh
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| rowspan="2" |Jones Beach Theater
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|June 28, 1992
 
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