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Last seen on: –L.A. Times Daily Crossword – Jun 21 2022
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Random information on the term “Coming up”:

Coming Up is the third album by English alternative rock band Suede, released on 2 September 1996 through Nude Records. It was the band’s first album since the departure of guitarist Bernard Butler, who was replaced by Richard Oakes. Also added to the band was keyboardist Neil Codling. The album was nominated for the 1997 Mercury Prize. A commercial and critical success, Coming Up was the second by the band to reach no. 1 on the UK Albums Chart, producing five top ten singles and receiving a favourable reception at home and in the US. Coming Up was the album that introduced Suede to a worldwide audience, in places such as Europe, Canada and Asia.

After the departure of guitarist Bernard Butler and the lack of commercial success with Dog Man Star and its singles, Suede were being somewhat dismissed by the British music press with Oasis, Blur and Pulp taking the limelight. Determined to bring Suede back into the mainstream, frontman Brett Anderson decided that the sound of the new album would be the complete opposite of Dog Man Star. “I think the next album will be quite simple, actually. I’d really like to write a straightforward pop album. Just ten hits.” The guitarist to replace Butler was the 17-year-old Richard Oakes, who beat 500 other applicants for the role. Instead of applying for the job like everyone else, Oakes was auditioned on the strength of an impromptu demo tape he sent to the Suede fan club. Despite Oakes’ smooth integration into his new role and the band’s rejuvenated spirit, Anderson was tired of touring and was keen to get back in the studio with his new songwriting partner. He recalled: “it was becoming really not much fun touring an album that wasn’t made by the band.” At the time Suede were fatigued with being on tour, which was reflected in the B-side, “Have You Ever Been This Low”.

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Random information on the term “NEXT”:

Next is a short film created by Aardman Animations. Its full title is “Next: The Infinite Variety Show.”

William Shakespeare auditions for an undetermined role in front of a bored Peter Hall with references to his play in under five minutes.

The film was commissioned by Channel 4 as part of a 5-part series of Aardman animations called “Lip Synch”: Creature Comforts (1989), Going Equipped (1990), Ident (1990), Next (1990) and War Story (1989).

Peter was voiced by Roger Rees and is reading one of Hall’s books. The halo indicates that he represents Saint Peter, and that Shakespeare is auditioning to get into Heaven. The film references all of 37 Shakespeare plays.

A clip of this short was shown in the 2003 documentary Animated Century.

On imdb, Next received a rating of 7.3/10 from 188 users.

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