Melville is the 1991 second studio album by the Canadian rock band Rheostatics. This album garnered wide airplay across Canada. The single "Record Body Count" was a significant hit for the band on Canadian alternative rock stations and MuchMusic in 1991. The song You Are Very Star, a bonus track on the CD release, ends with a hockey announcer’s narration in which the band is presented as a hockey team competing for the league’s top ranking against 13 Engines, Scott B. Sympathy and Tom Cochrane.
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ken melville, ken melville oceanography Ken Melville born 11 February 1931 is a former Australian rules football player in the Victorian Football League, VFL. Ken Melville had his short career at Melbourne during the early period of Melbourne's golden era He was a member of 1955 and 1956 premiership teams beforing retiring at the end of the 1956 season. Ken Melville's statistics from AFL Tables.
Ken Melville (I) (–2014). Writer Soundtrack Composer. Trivia: Co-founder of Digital Pictures.
Professor, Marine Physical Laboratory. Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Melville, Ken. kmelville's web site. Professor of Oceanography Director, Joint Institute for Marine Observations.
Hasbro’s chief executive Stephen Hassenfeld held a ‘Name NEMO’ contest amongst the various staffers at the time. There was one rule, though: the ‘N’ had to stand for ‘Nintendo.