Cory Strand - Suite Four 30:13. released February 9, 2014.
Cory Strand – The Shining: A Reinterpretation. Label: Altar of Waste – AOW 28. Format: CDr, Album.
Poltergeist: A Reinterpretation. The Master: A Reinterpretation.
Cory can tell you what to expect: "In working with the soundtrack I have tried to mirror the film's pacing, with the first three discs being the more aggressive and flashy of the set. Massive psychedelic walls of screaming noise combine with washed out club bangers and crushing percussion loops, creating a numbing repetitive sort of "dance noise" that crumbles and glitters simultaneously
Cory Strand "The Master: A Reinterpretation" CDR (LTD. 50). Cory Strand "Halloween III: A Reinterpretation" 2xCDR (LTD. Crown of Bone, Cory Strand "Nightbreed" Split 2xCDR (LTD. 25). Black Moon Halo "Shadow Rituals For Black Druids" CDR (LTD. Cory Strand "Halloween IV: A Reinterpretation" 2xCDR (LTD. The Doctrine of Flesh "Discography" CDR (LTD. 100).
In June, Astor released the group's self-titled debut LP, The Masters Apprentices (also styled as The Master's Apprentices), featuring earlier singles, several originals written by Bower, a cover of Bo Diddley's "Dancing Girl" and The Beatles' "I Feel Fine". Keays and the flamboyant Sambell hit it off, and Sambell took over the band's management, which was a mixed blessing: he was a master networker and had a flair for getting publicity; he was also a partner in the newly formed AMBO booking agency, which proved helpful for concert bookings; but in the long run Sambell was more interested in Farnham's.
To say that history's greatest economic experiment-Soviet communism-was also its greatest economic failure is to say what many consider obvious. Here, in a startling reinterpretation, Robert Allen argues that the USSR was one of the most successful developing economies of the twentieth century. He reaches this provocative conclusion by recalculating national consumption and using economic, demographic, and computer simulation models to address the "what if" questions central to Soviet history.
Reinterpretation has as its base the word interpret, which is from the Latin word interpretari, which means "explain or understand. If you are a detective working on a cold case, you have to reexamine the evidence. It is possible that you will catch something that others missed before, leading you to a reinterpretation of the case - and perhaps an arrest. Definitions of reinterpretation. 1. n a new or different interpretation. Type of: interpretation, rendering, rendition.