Culture Clash

The Aristocrats - Culture Clash (2013) [CD+DVD] {BOING! Music Deluxe Edition}

The Aristocrats - Culture Clash (2013) [CD+DVD] {BOING! Music Deluxe Edition}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 420 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 137 Mb
DVD5 -> 1.88 Gb | All Regions | NTSC 16:9 | Dolby AC3, 2 ch | ISO Image | ~34 min | 5% repair rar
© 2013 BOING! Music | BM 00005
Rock / Prog Rock / Fusion / Alternative Rock

For me, this release took time to sink in because there is so much going on. Not just shredding but dynamics and melody that gives your brain a workout. Then it clicked - holy crap this is an incredible collaboration of sonic nirvana! Every song on "Culture Clash" is killer and has its own personality. Whether rock, fusion, techno, rockabilly, or prog-metal, these tunes are clever and well thought out with arrangements to die for. The disc clocks in just over 57 minutes, all instrumental, and each band mate wrote three songs. You can get lost in these songs and shouldn't focus too long on one instrument because the sum is better than its parts.
The Aristocrats - Culture Clash Live! (2014) (With DVD9 NTSC) {Boing! Music - BM00006}

The Aristocrats - Culture Clash Live! (2014) (With DVD9 NTSC) {Boing! Music - BM00006}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 431 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 142 Mb | Artwork
DVD9 -> 6.95 Gb | All Regions | NTSC 16:9 | LPCM, 2 ch / Dolby AC3, 2 ch | ~ 146 min | ISO Image
© 2014 BOING! Music | BM00006
Rock / Prog Rock / Jazz Rock / Fusion / Guitar Virtuoso

The Aristocrats is a jazz-fusion instrumental rock supergroup consisting of guitarist Guthrie Govan (Asia, Steven Wilson), bassist Bryan Beller (Dethklok, Steve Vai), and drummer Marco Minnemann (Steve Wilson, Joe Satriani). The group’s upcoming CD/DVD, Culture Clash Live!, will officially be released on January 20th, showcasing performances in six different locations during the band’s recent 100+ show World Tour. The special edition sets will include a Secret Show: Live In Osaka double-disc. Check out Alternative Nation’s review of The Aristocrats’ Culture Clash Live! CD/DVD below.
Cyber Spaces/Social Spaces: Culture Clash in Computerized Classrooms (Repost)

Ivor F. Goodson, Michele Knobel, "Cyber Spaces/Social Spaces: Culture Clash in Computerized Classrooms"
2002 | pages: 185 | ISBN: 031221894X | PDF | 3,6 mb
The Culture Clash: A Revolutionary New Way to Understanding the Relationship Between Humans and Domestic Dogs

Jean Donaldson, "The Culture Clash: A Revolutionary New Way to Understanding the Relationship Between Humans and Domestic Dogs"
English | ISBN: 1617811122 | 2012 | PDF | 257 pages | 1,2 MB
Cyber Spaces/Social Spaces: Culture Clash in Computerized Classrooms

Cyber Spaces/Social Spaces: Culture Clash in Computerized Classrooms By Ivor F. Goodson, Michele Knobel, Colin Lankshear
Publisher: Palgr ave Macmi.llan 2002 | 184 Pages | ISBN: 031221894X , 1403960305 | PDF | 4 MB
Sacred Spirit - Sacred Spirit II: Culture Clash (1997) (REPOST)

Sacred Spirit - Sacred Spirit II: Culture Clash
Classic/Triphop/Ambient/Blues | MP3 @ 320 Kbps | 00:59:51 | 137 MB

The genre of this CD is quite hard to pinpoint. It’s blues, it’s classical, and at the same time, new-agey. and trippy, Moby-ish. The beauty of this is that all these genres culminate in what can be described as pure ear candy. Stand out tracks include “Slow and Easy”, a remix of an old John Lee Hooker classic. The remix surprisingly does JLH’s deep, sorrowful voice justice, which is accented by blues guitar and cello. JLH also lends his vocals to the following track, “Sonnet XVIII”, which concludes the blues journey Sacred Spirit have created. It is interesting to hear the classical music interwoven through each track, as apparently these musicians are playing entirely from the heart, blending so gracefully with the blues instruments and vocals. “Lay Down” is another fine example of how well blues and classical music mesh together. Sacred Spirit: Culture Clash is for all music fans who are open to new and old sounds, and for those that appreciate the Blues played in a different style.
Business And Religion: A Clash of Civilizations? (Conflicts and Trends in Business Ethics)

Business And Religion: A Clash of Civilizations? (Conflicts and Trends in Business Ethics) by Nicholas Capaldi
English | Sep. 30, 2005 | ISBN: 0976404109 | 449 Pages | PDF | 5MB

Since the late 1960s American culture has been involved in a struggle to articulate an effective business ethics.

Hegemony III: Clash of the Ancients (2015)  Games

Posted by Dizel_ at Aug. 25, 2015
Hegemony III: Clash of the Ancients (2015)

Hegemony III: Clash of the Ancients (2015)
PC | English | Developer/Publisher: Longbow Games | 1.22 Gb
Genre: Indie, Simulation, Strategy

The Battle for the Ancient World has Begun! Centuries before Caesar, Alexander or Philip, the forested hills and rocky coasts of ancient Italy draw cultures from across the Mediterranean with promises of wealth and prosperity. Bronze-clad hoplites from the powerful Greek city-states set sail across the Adriatic to carve out bridgeheads of Hellenic culture amongst the native Italic hill tribes, while aggressive bands of Gallic Skirmishers make the trek South across the Alps in search of fertile new land. And along the marshy banks of the Tiber river, a small upstart city called Rome battles for independence from the established Etruscan confederacy.
Behavioral Genetics: The Clash of Culture and Biology by Mark A. Rothstein [Repost]

Behavioral Genetics: The Clash of Culture and Biology by Mark A. Rothstein
English | June 15, 1999 | ISBN: 0801860695 | 226 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

Scientists conducting human genome research are identifying genetic disorders and traits at an accelerating rate. Genetic factors in human behavior appear particularly complex and slow to emerge, yet are raising their own set of difficult ethical, legal, and social issues.
It Takes a Genome: How a Clash Between Our Genes and Modern Life Is Making Us Sick

It Takes a Genome: How a Clash Between Our Genes and Modern Life Is Making Us Sick by Greg Gibson
FT Press; 1 edition | January 3, 2009 | English | ISBN: 013713746X | 208 pages | PDF | 653 KB

Human beings have astonishing genetic vulnerabilities. More than half of us will die from complex diseases that trace directly to those vulnerabilities, and the modern world we’ve created places us at unprecedented risk from them. In It Takes a Genome, Greg Gibson posits a revolutionary new hypothesis: Our genome is out of equilibrium, both with itself and its environment. Simply put, our genes aren’t coping well with modern culture.