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"The Above Ground Sound" of Jake Holmes

the debut album of American folk singer songwriter Jake Holmes, released in June 1967 on Tower RecordsSource: Wikipedia

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"The Gift to Stalin"

the story about little boy Sasha who was sent in KazakhstanSource: Wikipedia

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"The Masterwork" Award Winning Fish-Knife

No one is credited on the album apart from Nyman, Richards, McLean, and Furlong, a group credit for the Michael Nyman Band, and E. Hallett &. Co. for the printingSource: Wikipedia

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"The Spaghetti Incident?"

a cover album by Guns N' RosesSource: Wikipedia

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"Them"

an album by King Diamond released in 1988 on Roadrunner RecordsSource: Wikipedia

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'The Half of it

"The Half of it, Dearie' Blues" is a song composed by George Gershwin, with lyrics by Ira GershwinSource: Wikipedia

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(The best Of) New Order

New Order is a compilation released in 1994Source: Wikipedia

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(The EP)

a 5 song EP, which is the third release by Mike Kinsella under the name OwenSource: Wikipedia

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(the rest of) New Order

New Order is a remix album by New OrderSource: Wikipedia

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(The Same Thing Happens with) The Birds and the Bees

This is the song covered by Alma Cogan in the United Kingdom, not the 1956 song sung by Dean Martin ("Let me tell you about the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees...")Source: Wikipedia

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(The System of) Dr. Tarr and Professor Fether

"The System of Dr. Tarr and Professor Fether" is a 1976 single by The Alan Parsons Project which first appeared on their album Tales of Mystery and ImaginationSource: Wikipedia

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(Theme from) The Monkees

a 1966 popular song, written by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart with creative direction from Neil Diamond as the theme song for the TV series The Monkees and recorded by The MonkeesSource: Wikipedia

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(Theme From) Valley of the Dolls

Actress Barbara Parkins, who starred in the motion picture, suggested that Dionne Warwick be considered to sing the film's theme songSource: Wikipedia

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(Theme Song From) Which Way Is Up?

" Which Way Is Up?" was at hit song by R&B female vocal group StargardSource: Wikipedia

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(There'll Be Bluebirds Over) The White Cliffs of Dover

" The White Cliffs of Dover" was a popular World War II song made famous by Vera Lynn with her 1942 recording--one of her best known recordingsSource: Wikipedia

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(There's A) Fire in the Night

a song made famous by the country music band AlabamaSource: Wikipedia

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(There's Gotta Be) More to Life

" More To Life" is the second single from Stacie Orrico's self-titled second albumSource: Wikipedia

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(There's) Always Something There to Remind Me

a song written in the 1960s by songwriting team Burt Bacharach and Hal David. Dionne Warwick recorded the original demonstration recording of the tune in 1963Source: Wikipedia

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(There's) No Gettin' Over Me

a song made famous by country music singer Ronnie MilsapSource: Wikipedia

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(They Long to Be) Close to You

" Close to You" is a popular song written by Burt Bacharach and Hal DavidSource: Wikipedia

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(This Ain't) No Thinkin' Thing

a single by country music singer Trace AdkinsSource: Wikipedia

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(This Is) The Dream of Evan and Chan

a song by Dntel (Jimmy Tamborello), featuring the vocals and lyrics by Ben GibbardSource: Wikipedia

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.th

the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for ThailandSource: Wikipedia

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3th Artillery Group

Posadas, MisionesSource: Wikipedia

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4th & B'way Records

a US-based subsidiary of Island Records that specialized in street-oriented music such as hip-hopSource: Wikipedia

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4th & Inches

an American football computer game by AccoladeSource: Wikipedia

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4th (Quetta) Division

an infantry division of the British Indian ArmySource: Wikipedia

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4th (Waikato) Mounted Rifles

formed on March 17, 1911Source: Wikipedia

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4th Air Army

a Soviet Air Force formation and is now part of the Russian Air Force as the 4th Army of Air Forces and Air DefenceSource: Wikipedia

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4th Air Defense Artillery Regiment

constituted 1821-06-01 in the Regular Army as the 4th Regiment of Artillery and organized from new and existing units with Headquarters at Pensacola, FloridaSource: Wikipedia

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4th Air Division

moved to England in 1943 and began bombing operations against German occupied EuropeSource: Wikipedia

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4th Airlift Squadron

part of the 62d Airlift Wing at McChord Air Force Base, WashingtonSource: Wikipedia

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4th Airmobile Brigade

a helicopter unit of the French ArmySource: Wikipedia

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4th Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment

Alabama Infantry (African Descent) was an infantry regiment recruited from African-Americans that served in the Union Army during the American Civil WarSource: Wikipedia

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4th Alberta Legislative Assembly

lasted from 1917 to 1921Source: Wikipedia

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4th and 26

the nickname given to a famous play that occurred during the 2003-04 playoffs of the National Football LeagueSource: Wikipedia

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4th Arkansas Infantry

a Confederate Army infantry regiment from the state of Arkansas during the American Civil WarSource: Wikipedia

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4th Armored Division

of the United States Army was an armored division that compiled a distinguished career in the European theater of World War IISource: Wikipedia

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4th Armoured Brigade

formed in January 1943 to provide armoured support for Australian Army units operating in the South West Pacific AreaSource: Wikipedia

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4th Army

a field army that fought in World War IISource: Wikipedia

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4th Army

a Soviet field army of World War II that served on the Eastern front of World War II and in the Caucasus during the Cold WarSource: Wikipedia

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4th Army Corps

On mobilisation in 1914, it came under control of the Third Army and comprised the 7th and 8th Infantry DivisionsSource: Wikipedia

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4th arrondissement of Paris

one of the 20 arrondissements (administrative districts) of the capital city of FranceSource: Wikipedia

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4th Assault Amphibian Battalion

a mechanized battalion of the United States Marine Corps reserveSource: Wikipedia

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4th Avenue Jones

Their name comes from the last name of founding members Ahmad and Tena Jones (married), and the street where they lived in South Central Los Angeles when they began their rehearsalsSource: Wikipedia

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4th Avenue/Wayne Hultgren

station is a Sacramento Regional Transit District light rail station in Sacramento, CaliforniaSource: Wikipedia

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4th Battalion

raised for the First Australian Imperial Force during the First World WarSource: Wikipedia

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4th Battalion

227th Aviation Regiment is an attack reconnaissance battalion, also known as 4-227 ARB supporting the 1st Cavalry DivisionSource: Wikipedia

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4th Battalion

In 1991, the battalion deployed to Kuwait under the 24th Infantry Division (Mechanized), in support of Operation Desert StormSource: Wikipedia

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