|A01||–Lost In Process||Ain't We Funky|
|A02||–The Unknown||Skiddly Wah|
|A03||–The Peppermint Lounge||Lemon Project (Grapefruit Mix)|
|A09||–Art Of Trance||Gloria (Transparent Mix)|
|A10||–Energy 52||Café Del Mar (Remix)|
|A12||–Jones & Stephenson||The First Rebirth (Red Jerry's '94 Mix)
Remix – Red Jerry
|B01||–Aurora Borealis||The Milky Way|
|B02||–Cosmic Baby||Loops Of Infinity (Expressionistic)|
|B03||–Tranceformer||Mind & Soul|
|B09||–Age Of Love, The*||The Age Of Love (Watch Out For Stella Club Mix)|
|B10||–Golden Girls||Kinetic (Remix)|
Love of Life is the eighth studio album by American experimental rock band Swans. It was released in 1992 on Young God Records. Like its predecessor, Love of Life was out of print for a long time and had not been reissued until December 2015. Six of the eleven songs appear on the Various Failures compilation, and a further four appear on the Forever Burned compilation
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Love Is Love is a thought-provoking, intensely felt album, full of all the warmth, frustration, and alternating bouts of despair and hope that half (or more) of the United States felt at the time the record was recorded.
Jack London's short story, "Love of Life" is about two gold prospectors, Bill and an unnamed man, who are struggling to survive on the frozen tundra of Canada. They cross the tundra looking for food, all the while suffering from starvation and exposure to the elements. When the unnamed man sprains his ankle, Bill abandons him and proceeds through the wilderness, his will to survive put to the test
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Frasier Mrs. Kelly (1995). The Colony Carol Knowlton (1995). The Rockford Files: I Still Love . Myrna Emmanthaler (1994). Wings Moderator (1991). Law Mrs. Stulwicz (1987). Falcon Crest Mrs. Miller (1984-1987). Scarecrow and Mrs. King Stamps (1987). LBJ: The Early Years (1987). Hardcastle and McCormick (1985).
The Woods, on the other hand, is their most album-like album since The Hot Rock, each song building on the previous and leading to the next. With its artificially sweetened melody, "Modern Girl", for instance, almost sounds saccharine ("My whole life is like a picture of a sunny day"), but coming after "Jumpers", a song so empathetic it considers suicide a viable act of defiance, "Modern Girl" takes on deeper meanings. The pair are two sides of the same woman, the ultimate predicament: To survive these days, you have to be either suicidal or superficial.