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Pépère le nucléaire vous explique avec un humour caustique comment faire de l'argent avec le #nucléaire à #Fukushima quitte à sacrifier quelques liquidateurs. Le clip, film d'animation comique en papier découpé, pratique le détournement d'images (tableaux, manga...) et de scènes de films et fait aussi allusion à la vie politique française (nuage de #Tchernobyl qui s'arrête à la frontière etc.). Les paroles de Pépère, le nucléaire ! comportent de nombreuses allusions à la gestion de la centrale de Fukushima par TEPCO (Tokyo Electric Power Company) ainsi qu'à la vie politique française au moment de la catastrophe de Tchernobyl et plus généralement dans les années 1980 et au début des années 1990. Outre une brève citation du Président de TEPCO qui sert d'introduction à la chanson, Pépère, le nucléaire ! rappelle que, lorsque s'est produit l'accident, la centrale de Fukushima n'était plus assurée par TEPCO depuis 7 mois (source AFP). Dans le même couplet suit une allusion à l'affaire du sang contaminé par le virus du SIDA et au fameux « Responsable mais pas coupable » de Georgina Dufoix et Laurent Fabius en 1991. Pépère, le nucléaire ! n'oublie pas, bien sûr, qu'en 1986, le nuage de Tchernobyl s'est arrêté à la frontière française et inclut un sample des paroles rassurantes du Professeur Pellerin : LE JOURNALISTE : Est-ce qu'on a constaté quelque chose au-dessus de la France ? Le PROFESSEUR PELLERIN : Non car... les vents ne vont pas dans cette direction-là, les vents tournent dans le sens inverse des aiguilles d'une montre, il n'y a pas lieu du tout de s'inquiéter, c'est sans... aucun... danger... pour la santé publique. La chanson dénonce encore le fait que TEPCO a recruté des personnes endettées, en situation de fragilité et des SDF pour aller nettoyer les parties les plus dangereusement contaminées de la centrale et de ses environs. Enfin, elle pose la question de la pertinence du nucléaire : « Et si ça pète ? ».
31 Mar 2017
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In September 1982, Peter Coyle and Jeremy "Jem" Kelly met for the first time. Kelly had been guitarist in the Dance Party with Michael Head and co-founded the Wild Swans in 1980.[2] Coyle had previously been in the Jass Babies, who had recorded a session for John Peel's BBC Radio 1 show in 1981.[3] After an invitation to record a Peel session, a number of new songs were created. Joined on keyboards by Kelly's fellow ex-Wild Swans member Ged Quinn, drummer Alan Wills and bassist Phil Lucking,[4] the session was recorded in October 1982 and included "The First Picture of You".[5] This led to the band being signed by Arista Records. Produced by Nigel Gray, "The First Picture of You" became an iconic song for The Lotus Eaters in 1983, giving them a UK hit single before the band had even played a live gig. The band recorded a second session for Peel in October 1983.[6] The band's debut studio album, No Sense of Sin, was released in 1984 on Arista subsidiary Sylvan Records, preceded by two further singles, "You Don't Need Someone New" and "Out on Your Own". Both of these songs hit the top 100 of the UK Singles Chart, but owing to difficulties with producers and marketing, the impact of "The First Picture of You" was not repeated in the UK.
15 Apr 2017
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Electronic Musician / Songwriter, Keyboardist and Mixing / Editing engineer. William "Bud" began working in the recording studio in Chicago around 1987~1988-ish a few years after the birth of house and industrial music. As the 'House' music sound began to become the mainstream choice across the US at the end of 1980's, replacing the Freestyle and syncopated Electro sounds in the majority of nightclubs across the US, LaTour at that time became a solo electronic artist around 1991 and charting seven dance singles from two albums in the early 1990's.
15 Apr 2017
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he EB-5 program was created by the Congress in 1980 to boost the American economy by creating jobs and inviting investment of capital by foreign investors.
20 Apr 2017
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Documentary of how the U.S. hockey team defeated one of the best Soviet teams in the 1980 Olympics.
12 Feb 2007
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A Collection Of ITV Idents From The 1980's
13 May 2007
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Late 1980's art by American Artist David Hart
1 Aug 2007
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Late 1980's art by American Artist David Hart
2 Aug 2007
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Late 1980's art by American Artist David Hart
2 Aug 2007
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Late 1980's art by American Artist David Hart
1 Aug 2007
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Late 1980's art by American Artist David Hart
1 Aug 2007
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Late 1980's Art American David Hart
1 Aug 2007
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Views of New York from the top of the World Trade Center in September 1980
17 Nov 2007
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ME HAVING A SING PANK IN 1980s IN BW SONG TWO 3MIN 41SEC
1 Apr 2008
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ME HAVING A SING PANK IN 1980s IN BW SONG ONE 2MIN 2SEC
2 Apr 2008
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Ajda Pekkan's performance from the National Turkish Eurovision final, where Ajda performed 3 songs and one of them is qualified to represent Turkey in Eurovision Song Contest 1980. This song, "Petrol" was the choice of the jury however Ajda's personal favourite was "Olsam". This is the first version, the song was rearranged for the contest later.
6 Apr 2008
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