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White Star Line chairman and managing director J. Bruce Ismay was under tremendous pressure to turn the company around. The White Star Line was struggling to compete with its competitors and were trying to keep their heads above water as they placed their bets in the transatlantic shipping wars.

The competition was brutal. Main rivals such as Cunard Line boasted and advertised how their ships were the fastest and most luxuriant ocean liner services in the world. Ismay seethed.

However, there were also drawbacks. As he rolled out his plans for a luxurious cruise liner, Ismay delivered the news that every designer dreaded hearing: budget cuts. The company was tanking and wanted his monolithic ships out on the water as soon as possible with little cost as possible. Ismay dismissed his concerns. Little did he know, his flippant disregard to quality would end in catastrophe. Unconcerned with the budget, it was during the completion of the Titanic that the country was under a fierce coal strike.

The National Coal Strike of led hundreds upon thousands of workers to engage in industrial action. Their strike was caused by unfair wages provided by coal shareholders. As coal stocks plummet, so did their wages. But when the stock rose, there was little to no change in compensation.

Due to the labor conflicts, the White Star Line was under tremendous pressure — and the pressure mounted. The price of coal was on the rise. The documentary claimed that the only rational explanation to push at full speed in an iceberg field was because ship needed to conserve fuel. To slow the ship down, only to speed it back up, took more coal burning than a ship running at a continuous speed. Budget cuts. Unfortunately, the budget cuts did not end there. Think of the Titanic as a banana.

On the outside, it looks like the thickness of the peel would protect the soft fruit inside. Merry Christmas, cannon fodder life is odd and getting odder snake oil sold because you bought it you're diseased and millions caught it the fix is in happy birthday, happy campers you're all wet but still get damper all this madness is contagious all the rage is all outrageous the fix is in better luck next time, old timers all you falling social climbers your manipulators hate you and your hate manipulates you the fix is in.

Loveshine I love the way you shine when you don't shine I love the way you shine when you do I've loved the way you shine for a long time and all that I can ask of you is you I love the way you smile when you don't smile I love the way you smile when you do I've loved the way you smile for a long while and all that I can ask of you is you shine on 'cos you know how much it means to me smile on 'cos you know that's something I would like to see I love the way you shine when you don't shine I love the way you shine when you do I've loved the way you shine for a long time and all that I can ask of you is you.

Stare at the Ceiling Hark, The Light Burning from the Inside Out The Fury of the Sound I'm having dreams about having dreams that keep me up at night I toss and turn and I turn and toss 'til I just turn on the light phantom itches, handsome riches going underground my mosaic is too prosaic now that I have found the fury of the sound I'm seeing scenes that go unseen they flash at me all day the only clue is residue when they have gone away phantom itches, handsome riches going underground my mosaic is too prosaic now that I have found the fury of the sound and when I wake up I'll still be alone disoriented and disappointed and when I wake up I'll still be a lonely old fool I'm having dreams about having dreams that keep me up at night I toss and turn and I turn and toss 'til I just turn on the light phantom itches, handsome riches going underground my mosaic is too prosaic now that I have found the fury of the sound.

Don't call me out the blue It's clear that I still do And you know he knows it too. Going home alone The only love I've known It's always been you. It's always been you. Tell me it's not real Tell me he doesn't make you feel The way I made you feel If you care for me at all You'll hang up when I call You'll clear me the space to fall If you give I will receive And despite what they believe It's always been you. When you're feeling alone And you're colder than stone Call me you know When you're feeling alone And you're colder than stone Call me you know When you're feeling alone And you're colder than stone Call me you know When you're feeling alone And you're colder than stone Call me you know When you're feeling alone And you're colder than stone Call me you know It's always been you.

When you're feeling alone And you're colder than stone Call me you know It's always been you. Kirrilee lyrics buy track You remind me Of places, I have never been. You take me to places I wish that I had seen with my own eyes. But you know that I'm happy here Staring into yours. Light another cigarette now honey Mix another snake bite and black. We've only a short while here To be, ourselves We're only a short while here So just be yourself now Kirrilee.

I caught my mouth upon The stud, on your lower lip. I tossed you the paperclip to unlock the door, unlock the door but you Stepped right inside of me We're only a short time here so just be Yourself now Kirrilee.

We've only a short while here To be ourselves. We're only a short while here so just be Yourself now Kirrilee. That was indeed a good B-side, from a band that produced a few. What a glorious period for inch singles that was! I truly miss those days. Agreed about the college part, lotus. And everything else. It was almost like picking sides for a touch football game.

Again, this vote kind of goes against what this poll is about, but it WAS an available choice and loyalty won out here. Real college bands. With half my friends listening to Ratt, Quiet Riot, and the like, it would have been a lot easier—but way less exciting and rewarding—to go that route. And, p. Will definitely check out those tunes! What a great collection of albums. It would be easy to fill a box set or sampler from this year pretty quickly. Not that these albums have lost something, but the influence of the others on the list was really strong down the road.

No one cares what album had staying power. Which of those two people do you want voting here? Nice List Matt. Finally some Love for Aztec Camera on your list at no. No problem with N. Love them both. WOW What a great year! In fact I think we see the beginning of the end of a good number of bands from 45 on down.

The good: What an incredible top 10…no top…. I could rival top 10 with any 10 albums from range here in and win the challenge! Thus I would drop those two down at least and insert Tom Waits best recording and ditto The Chameleons into my top How can Bauhaus NOT be in the top 10? Windows in the Jungle. Ziggy Stardust — The Motion Picture.

Right or Wrong. John Cougar Mellencamp. Can't Slow Down. Rock 'n Soul Part 1. Head over Heels. Hell Hath No Fury. Never Let You Go. No Parole from Rock 'n' Roll.

Standing in the Light. Break Out. Back to Back. It's About Time. Walk Into Light. Ian Anderson. Seven and the Ragged Tiger. Under a Blood Red Sky. Who's Greatest Hits. Siouxsie and the Banshees. You Broke My Heart in 17 Places. Into the Unknown. Conflicting Emotions. Electric Universe. Greatest Hits Volume II. Midnight Madness. Music For Films Volume 2. Universal Music Japan. CD DVD.

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Far & Away (More or Less) by Brian Andrew Marek, released 08 December 1. The Fix Is In 2. Loveshine 3. Stare at the Ceiling 4. Hark, The Light 5. Burning from the Inside Out 6. The Fury of the Sound 7. Bagels in Bangor (Again) 8. I Got the Fear 9. Melt Kettle of Fish I'll Stay with You, Mary Empath Blues No Big Deal No More Thirteen tracks, eclectic in their diversity and.

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