|A||Electrified (From Countryside To City)|
The 'Electrified' EP (feat. Electrified, London Welshman and Dive) was released in 1989 on our own label, Magic Records. It was our first and only release on Magic, which we co-founded with Scott Longley after parting company with Cherry Red Records . They toured the United States and Scandinavia in 2007. There’s No Such Thing as The Hepburns', their tenth studio album, is due for release on 29 January 2017.
The Hepburns are a Welsh indie band from Llanelli. They formed in January 1985 and have recorded ten albums, two EPs, one single, and four BBC sessions in their 32-year career. They have been signed to Berkeley-based label Radio Khartoum since the 1990s, following a two-year tenure at London’s Cherry Red Records from 1987–1989. They toured the US and Scandinavia in 2007.
The Hepburns – Electrified. Contributed by mike owen on Oct 4th, 2017. Artwork published in. September 1989. License: All Rights Reserved. The ‘Electrified’ EP (feat. Electrified, London Welshman and Dive) was released in 1989 on The Hepburns own label, Magic Records. It was the first and only release on Magic, which was co-founded with Scott Longley after parting company with Cherry Red Records. This is the original sheet of 48pt dry-transfer type where the letters for the album artwork came from. Note that most or all ‘N’s and ‘U’s are still there. For these letters, the ‘V’ glyph was repurposed - the liberties of the pre-Unicode era!
Countryside or rural area refers to a geographical area that is located outside of towns and cities. Thus, it typically has small settlements and a lower population. Moreover, the countryside has a picturesque landscape since it has vast farmland, and other natural geographical features like forests, hills, mountains, valleys, and rivers. The main occupation of people who live in the countryside is agriculture. There are many advantages to living in the countryside. In the countryside, you can find yourself away from the hustle and bustle of the city
Hailing from Wales, The Hepburns are led by vocalist and songwriter Matt Jones. The Hepburns did a session with the legendary John Peel in March of 1989, with a line up of Matt Jones, Les Mun on percussion, Mike Thomas on bass, Nigel Boulton on guitar and Iain Davies on keyboards.
Free City is the only studio album by hip-hop group St. Lunatics. It was released on June 5, 2001, almost a full year after the release of group member Nelly's debut, Country Grammar. The album was a commercial success as it debuted at on the Billboard 200 with 196,000 copies sold in its first week. The album was certified Platinum by the RIAA a month later. The title Free City came from their sixth member City Spud who was incarcerated at the time of release.
Where did the Hepburns come from? What have they done to me? Why does the rest of life seem so dull in comparison? -Lemony.
Moreover living in a countryside gives us an opportunity to separate personal life from the career one. It also let us escape from the city rush. Living in the countryside guarantee peaceful and serene lifestyle. The cons of living in the countryside. Apart from some positive aspects of moving to the countryside, that decision has also its disadvantages. We should take them into consideration when moving out as well. Having a house away from the city we don’t have to pay huge rent price. The advantages of moving to the countryside outweigh its disadvantages. It’s getting more and popular to live in a peaceful area away from the city center. Before we decided to move out, though, we have to take into consideration pros and cons. First thing to do is to calculate expenses and distance to our office or school.
The desire to increase income encourages people who live in rural areas to leave their lands and homes. This movement is called ‘Urbanisation’ which means the migration from countryside to cities in particular in developing and poor countries. This terminology or buzzword emerges in Latin conference. It may be defined in different ways. MEDCs (more economics developed countries) and LEDCs (less economics developed countries), for example, have examined it in different ways