A Fair Dream Gone Mad the debut album by Northern California's In The Silence, is simply a masterpiece. This is without a doubt the best debut album of the year, for many years prior, and probably for many years to come.The music is atmospheric and intelligently written; blending hard rock hooks, extremely heavy riffs, and progressive elements with a somber sentimentality. It truly shatters genre barriers to deliver an album that is simultaneously heavy, heady, and hauntingly beautiful.
The Egyptian Pink Floyd? This is Oriental Egyptian cover by the band Misriat to the Pink Floyd. Music & arrangements: Adel Wasef & Ahmed Naser. PF music with Oriental flavor. Truly wonderful ! Amazing tribute ! DON'T MISS IT !!
A gray winter sky hangs over lonely city streets, rotted oil derricks, and abandoned factories. This is Oil City, Pennsylvania, a fading industrial town in the heart of the American rust belt. It is the sort of town that Barrack Obama had in mind when he made his infamous comments about bitter small town residents clinging to their guns and religion as they watch the rest of the world pass them by. The peace and quiet is shattered when the filmmaker, Oil City native Joe Wilson, places the announcement of his wedding to another man in the local paper. The announcement catches the eye of Kathy Springer, a local woman whose teenage son, CJ, is being brutally tormented at school because he is gay. Ignored by the school authorities and with no where else to turn, she seeks help from Wilson and they begin a difficult but ultimately successful struggle to take on the school authorities who made every day "eight hours of pure hell" for CJ. The announcement has a very different effect on Diane.