Nine Is Fine - Why / Zed mp3 flacPerformer: Nine Is Fine
Title: Why / Zed
Style: Breaks, Electro, Dub
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Nine Is Fine - Why / Zed mp3 flac
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Silencer is the debut studio album by New Zealand rock band Zed. It was produced and engineered by David Nicholas at Revolver Studios in Auckland, New Zealand, with final overdubbing and mixing at Mangrove Studios, north of Sydney, Australia. Recording sessions were over in seven weeks, but not before all band members and production staff were struck by influenza. The album was first released in New Zealand on 27 August 2000, via Universal Music Group.
A bullet in his head Finally Picking through the lead Who knows? Anxiety So one more in his eye And now I can breathe Just push him off the ledge. One is nine, nine is two Holy God and holy truth Nine is God, nine to come Nine to breathe inside your lungs One is nine, nine is two Holy God and holy youth Nine is God, nine to come Nine to feel. A bullet in my head Finally Picking through the lead Who knew It's inside of me? So one more in my eye And now I can see Just push me off the ledge
Three is fine also, and there are several (Si-err-ah, No-vem-ber) that way. To 9, it’s not niner, but ni-nuh. Turns it clearly into two syllables. While saying nine as ‘niner’ is what is still in the books many pilots including my self use the ‘nine’ when communicating with the air traffic control and I never met a single controller that got confused it for some other thing. The reason for these somewhat strange pronunciations is to encourage the pilot/controller to enunciate clearly, so that the numbers are clearly understood. This is why we have a phonetic alphabet, as well (Alfa, Bravo, Charlie, et. However, most pilots/controllers only use Niner, and then not all the time. Tree, Fower, and Fife are not commonly heard.
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Nine Fine Planets . Taylor's Singing' Songs of Science II. IMPORTANT NOTE: This album was created before Pluto was declared not to be a planet. Planet number one is the closest to the Sun And Mercury is its name It’s a tiny little spot with a surface that’s so hot And a metal’s got a name that’s the same. Now planet number two is an easy one to view And bright as any star you can see Venus is the same as the goddess with that name She’s a beauty of a planet you’ll agree. Planets eight and nine play a game from time to time Neptune and Pluto like to play They’re so far from the Sun it’s hardly noticed by anyone When they change places along the way. Well I’m glad you came along and joined us in this song About the planets going round the Sun Yeah, we went from one to nine, and really made good time And now our song is almost done.