Grateful?

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Random information on the term “Grateful?”:

Grateful is the third studio album by Danish electronic rock band Carpark North, released on 8 September 2008. The album has spawned four singles: “Shall We Be Grateful”, “More”, “Save Me from Myself” and “Leave My Place”. The song “Save Me from Myself” was covered by Brazilian Christian rock band Oficina G3 and Christian musician Michael W. Smith.

In late 2006 the band started building their own recording studio “Yderlandet” in Copenhagen, and began to work on their third album. Around the same time Carpark North left EMI for a Danish independent label, Copenhagen Records, to have total control over their sound. In mid 2007 they were contacted by American producer Brian Sperber (Moby, Julian Casablancas), who wanted to produce their next release. Sperber joined the production mid-way and finished the songs together with mixing the album.

The album was certified platinum in Denmark and became their most successful release to date. ‘The title, Grateful, suddenly made more and more sense to us, ’cause we WERE really amazed by the success gained from this album. During those months we were in a constant state of gratefulness,’ said the band’s vocalist Lau Højen.

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Random information on the term “ASH”:

Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) is the name of a number of autonomous pressure groups (charities) that seek to publicize the risks associated with tobacco smoking and campaign for greater restrictions on cigarette and tobacco sales.

In the US, ASH was formed in 1967 by John F. Banzhaf III, and a distinguished body of physicians, attorneys and other prominent citizens who saw the need for an organization to represent nonsmokers’ rights. Over the years, ASH has taken the lead on a variety of initiatives to counter the deaths and economic burden imposed by the tobacco industry.

ASH has a long history of advocacy, education and legal initiatives in the fight against tobacco. ASH has fought for health in courts, before legislative bodies and regulatory agencies, as well as international agencies such as the United Nations and the World Health Organization.ASH’s work and the work of its allies has spanned more than 40 years. Since the release of the original Surgeon General Report on smoking in January 1964, the global initiative for the prevention of tobacco-related damages has made enormous progress—and ASH has played a major role in achieving this progress.

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