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End Times Prophecy Headlines: January 20, 2017

End Times Prophecy Report
HEADLINES
January 20, 2016

And OPINION

“And Jesus answered and said unto them, Take heed that no man deceive you.”
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End Time Deception

Wild Beasts - Invisible

This delicate and unassuming tune from Kendal’s Wild Beasts was my initial favourite from their Smother album.  It wasn’t until later that I learned that the song is about a suicide pact between lovers. 144 more words

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Albums of the Year 2016: 16-12

2016…

Well, at least the music was great.

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PJ Harvey

The Hope Six Demolition Project

I didn’t find the time to write about the gigs I attended during 2016, but possibly my favourite live experience was PJ Harvey’s headline show at Field Day festival. 1,117 more words

The Music World

Wild Beasts’ “He The Colossus” Is What Robots Would DJ In The Dancefloor

If you pressed forward to the future where we are Matrix-whipped by machines, you would probably find these wireless creatures hitting the dancefloor while spinning Wild Beasts’ “He The Colossus.” The British quartet’s latest music is an amplified version of experimental pop where the scraped melodic texture and incessant buzz create an undulating ambiance. 109 more words

NEWS

Merry Merry

It’s crazy how fast this year has gone.  And even crazier how fast Christmas is coming up.  If you, like me, are looking for a few last-minute gifts, here are some suggestions: 324 more words

Good Reads

Wild Beasts - Mecca

Wild Beasts are a strange but talented band from Kendal, a small  blue-collar town in the UK.   The band members emerged, writing songs that were over-the-top in their theatrical vocal delivery and slathered in lewdness.   370 more words

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Interesting band in the UK

Wild Beasts - Mecca

Wild Beasts are a strange but talented band from Kendal, a small  blue-collar town in the UK.   The band members emerged, writing songs that were over-the-top in their theatrical vocal delivery and slathered in lewdness.   370 more words

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