Medal - Up Here For Hours FLAC album
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Is Your Soul In Your Headphones. Up Here For Hours (7", Single).
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Heaven Up Here is the second album by the English post-punk band Echo & the Bunnymen, released on 30 May 1981. In June 1981, Heaven Up Here became Echo & the Bunnymen's first Top 10 release when it reached number 10 on the UK Albums Chart. It was also the band's first entry into the United States albums charts when it reached number 184 of the Billboard 200. Heaven Up Here released the singles "A Promise" and "Over the Wall".
Break the pot in here for the medal. Caverns Under Octagonia: Treasure Chest is hidden behind a big spider web wall. Octagonia: Reward for completing the quest The Shadow. Dundrasil Region: Treasure chest behind the cabin Hero and Jade rest in after falling into the water while being chased by Heliodorian soldiers. Puerto Valor: Rest in the Hotel Casino for the first time and the Slime will give you this medal the next day. Puerto Valor: At the Hotel Casino. Check one of the rooms upstairs for a pot you can smash for this medal. The Strand: In a treasure chest next to the hull of a shipwreck. Chef de Classe de Medailles. Awarded for completing the third page of your album de medailles. Coming of Age (secret).
Medals are a feature in most Medal of Honor games. Along with Leaning and Squads, it is one of the few features that is present in more than two games. These are usually rewarded for completing hidden objectives, and sometimes unlock cheats or bonuses which the player can use to their advantage. Due to a relatively small number of medals during World War Two when compared to today's, most of American medals reappear in many games set in WW2.
Hours, of course, completes Bowie's late 90's trilogy in his usual fashion- he's altered his sound to fit his perception of current musical trends. And as always, he's closer to getting it right than you might expect, but still way off the mark
Since David Bowie spent the '90s jumping from style to style, it comes as a shock that Hours, his final album of the decade, is a relatively straightforward affair. Not only that, but it feels unlike anything else in his catalog. Bowie's music has always been a product of artifice, intelligence, and synthesis. Hours is a relaxed, natural departure from this method. Arriving after two labored albums, the shift in tone is quite refreshing. Thursday's Child," the album's engaging mid-tempo opener, is a good indication of what lays ahead.
|1||Up Here For Hours||3:51|
|3||Drop Your Weapon||3:42|
Notespromo copy in card picture sleeve
|563 893-2||Medal||Up Here For Hours (CD, Maxi)||Polydor||563 893-2||Europe||1999|
|563825-2||Medal||Up Here For Hours (CD, Single)||Polydor||563825-2||UK||1999|
|563822-7||Medal||Up Here For Hours (7", Single)||Polydor||563822-7||Europe||1999|
|563 823-2||Medal||Up Here For Hours (CD, Maxi)||Polydor||563 823-2||UK||1999|