A.R.E.S.: Extinction Agenda is the first chapter in a full featured episodic hardcore action packed side scrolling platformer, in the traditions of retro classics, where you play as Ares, a combat robot created for the sole purpose of saving humanity. Can you live up to the task or will you be reduced to nuts and bolts?
You are Ares, the first Zytron immune robot. A symbol of how far human technology has come, you are the most advanced robot in existence; built to run faster, jump higher, and fire quicker..
Wallace Hartley may have been the bandmaster on the Titanic, but THIS band definitely did not go down with the ship. In fact, they keep any ship, or stage for that matter, afloat all night long. The loyal fans of this band are young, boisterous and fun loving – and there are lots of them.
The group, originally from North Dakota and now living in the Twin Cities, is made up of Joel Schaan on guitar and vocals, Toby Schaan on bass, Pat Phillips on guitar, Zach Swanson on drums, Todd Stewart on baritone sax, Matt Darling on trombone, Daryk Narum on tenor & alto sax, and Andra Suchy on vocals…..
The United States has survived clueless presidential administrations before. But no matter how enormous the crisis – the Great Depression, Vietnam, Watergate, Monica Lewinsky's thong – America's always come out looking like, well, America.
Promotional CD released by the BP group in Spain in 1996 devoted entirely to offer some of the 'oldies' classic rock & roll. The collection brings together a total of 10 songs performed by some of the great rockers of the 50s and 60s. Names appear as Fats Domino, Ritchie Valens and Pat Boone, next to one of the fathers of rock, Bill Haley and the king of the twist, Chubby Checker.
An overlooked gem is rediscovered. A 1985 LP that went largely unnoticed on its release, Willie and the Poor Boys was an exercise in nostalgia for Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman and a bunch of his musical pals. The LP was put together by Wyman as a means of raising funds to help out The Faces founder Ronnie Lane, then suffering greatly from Multiple Sclerosis. A major benefit the A.R.M.S. Concert had been mounted in September 1983, and Willie and the Poor Boys was an outgrowth of that effort, employing many of the musicians involved in the original concert.