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Gone are the days when Bollywood films had controversial titles, its now time for some even more controversial songs to hit the silver screen…
10 Jun 2011
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Video: excerpt from kahunahawaii clip "BALI: Exotic Kecak Cult Monkey Dance Ritual"music: Porno For Pyros - Bali Eyes metacafe says: "controversial title". It's bullshit, of course.
6 Dec 2009
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The single most controversial title of Mary in possibly her title as Coredemptrix, yet the title speaks of her greatest dignity and her greatest meritorious victory for heaven and earth.  Listen as Dr. Miravalle continues his series on Mariology by looking at Mary's unique role in salvation history. To ask questions regarding Mary, email Dr Mark Miravalle: marycastairmaria**** Ave Maria!
24 Jan 2009
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8 Oct 2012
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5 time world Karate Kickboxing Champion Anthony "Amp" Elmore of Memphis took on Tony Palmore of Miami in a controversial PKA Super heavyweight Karate Kickboxing bout in October of 1984. Although this fight happen almost 30 years ago this fight always invoke emotions in Elmore. We describe this bout as taught in Nichiren Shoshu Buddhism as "Hendoku Iyaku." This means to literally change poison into medicine. Often times when we think that we have lost in actuality we have won more than we can imagine. In 1984 after making dignified comments after the controversial decision Elmore received letters of encouragement from many people praising Elmore for taking a dignified stance regarding the decision. More importantly just two most after the decision in Florida Elmore was in the ring fighting the number 10th ranked contender Mr. William Eaves of Vernon, Alabama. Elmore later went on to went both the Kick or Karate International Council of Kickboxing Heavy and Super-heavyweight Work Titles. Later he won the PKC or Professional Karate Commission Title against Zennie Reynolds. Many did not agree with the Florida decision and other Sanction organizations awarded a Titles. Elmore never stop working and we took on the entire PKA Top ten listed fighters and we fought everyone who wanted a shot at the title. Had we beaten Palmore we would not been able to gain 5 World Titles. More importantly than winning the world titles was the struggles we had to face. Since Elmore did not have PKA were he was exposed to E.S.P.N. Elmore had to produce his own telecasts. Elmore produced shows that aired on the B.E.T. or Black Entertainment Television network. Elmore met with then B.E.T. owner Robert Johnson who liked the Kickboxing Even more important while producing shows Elmore learned how to video edit and produce Television shows. This video production background gave Elmore the courage and belief to produce his movie "The Contemporary Gladiator." Elmore was able to use some of his actual video footage and integrate the footage into the move. This video show Elmore's close relationship and dedication to the Adolph Coors Company. Elmore was the 1st Kickboxer in America to gain sponsorship from a major American Cooperation. Further Elmore was the 1st African American in the history of Coors Beer to be awarded a personal service contract. Elmore is proud of being one of the most visible celebrity in the history of Coors.
3 Aug 2012
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13 Jan 2012
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Awilo Longomba Awilo Longomba was born in Kinshasa (formally, Léopoldville). His father was from the Mongo region of the Ecuador and his mother was also from the Ecuador region of Ngombe and Congo Brazzaville. His father, Vicky Longomba, was the famous lead singer and founder of "Tout puissant OK Jazz" during the golden age of Congolese rumba, had a big influence on our artist. Since childhood, Awilo spent every waking moment in the music scenes attending his father rehearses. Very quickly his passion for music took, and he started cutting classes and started drumming for various groups of Kinshasa, including "l'orchestre de Lita Bembo. He joined the orchestra "Viva La Musica" led by the great Papa Wemba as a drummer, and Awilo had his real first taste of live performance on his first international tour in Europe and to Japan in 1985 and 1986. As the fever he caught during his tour grew stronger, he decided to pursue his artistic carrier and moved to France. His reputation as one of the best drummers in France spread very quickly. This allowed him to collaborate on numerous records and tour worldwide with several African artists such as Tshala Muana, Oliver Ngoma, Kanda Bongo Man just to name a few. But Awilo's ambition doesn't stop there; therefore, in 1992 he decided to leave "Viva La Musica" and formed his own group "La Nouvelle Génération" which he became the group leader. This new band became very popular in Europe and produced several albums. In 1995, the career of Awilo, the singer, took off and he left "La Nouvelle Génération". He released his first solo album "Moto Pamba" in which, he was the composer, the lead singer and of course the drummer. The Techno-Soukous star was born. His success couldn't be ignored! He finally put the drums down and decided to concentrate on his singing and started touring in East Africa and in Europe. This first CD land him the "Best Central Africa Artist Awards" at the KORA AWARDS 1996 and 1997 (All Africa Music Awards, held in Sun City, South Africa) Since then, it has been non-stop for Awilo. His second tour in the studio validated his popularity. He released "Coupe Bibamba", in 1998 with the collaboration of Jocelyne Beroard. The controversial title cut "Coupe Bibamba" that denounces poverty in Africa, hit the number 1 spot on the African and European charts very quick and stayed for several weeks. Several titles from the same CD followed. In July 2000, Awilo released his third CD "Kafou Kafou" this CD sent him back to the KORA 2001 where Awilo was recognized for his outstanding contribution to African music and received "Judges Special Awards" during the KORA 2001. Awilo is not just a regular artist doing regular music, his live outstanding performances and popularity makes him the MOST WANTED Congolese artists on the African continent and Europe. He has toured in African counties such as Nigeria, Cameroon, Uganda, Tanzania, Burkina Faso, Kenya, Cote d'Ivoire, Benin, Togo Zambia, Gabon, Mali etc...). Awilo also has toured in Europe (Switzerland, Belgium, Great Britain etc...) as well as to the United States.
23 Sep 2011
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In this new kind of review, the Wiiviewer will take a look at the more controversial titles available for the Wii. This time he is looking at the WiiWare title: Enjoy Your Massage.
21 Jul 2011
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The Arizona Cardinals are a professional football team based in Glendale, Arizona. They play their home games in Glendale, Arizona. The Cardinals are members of the Western Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL). The Cardinals were founded in 1898, and are the oldest continuously run professional American football club in the United States. The team was established in Chicago in 1898 and was a charter member of the NFL in 1920. Along with the Chicago Bears, the club is one of two franchises still in operation since the league's founding. The club moved to St. Louis, Missouri, in 1960 and played in that city through 1987 (sometimes referred to as the "football Cardinals", "Big Red", "Gridbirds" or "Cardiac Cards" to avoid confusion with the baseball St. Louis Cardinals). Before the 1988 NFL season, the team moved to Tempe, Arizona, an eastern suburb of Phoenix, and played their home games for the next 18 years at Arizona State University's Sun Devil Stadium. In 2006 the club began playing all home games at the newly constructed University of Phoenix Stadium in the northwestern suburb of Glendale. The franchise's lone NFL championship game victory came in 1947 while they were based in Chicago, and came two decades before the first Super Bowl game was ever played. The club's other NFL championship occurred in 1925, eight years before the league began holding a championship game, and is a controversial title to this day. The much contested title was believed to belong to the Pottsville Maroons but was given to the Cardinals instead in what is called the 1925 NFL Championship controversy. In the six-plus decades since winning the championship in 1947, the team suffered many losing seasons and they have been to the playoffs only six times and have won only five playoff games, the last three of which were victories during their run in the 2008-09 NFL Playoffs in which they reached Super Bowl XLIII. The team has also won only four division titles (1974, 1975, 2008, and 2009) since their 1947--1948 NFL championship game appearances. In addition, the club has won one NFC Championship Game in 2008. The Cardinals conduct their annual summer training camp at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff.
24 Apr 2011
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Back in November '07,'s Andrea Tiede caught Nas at Jet Nightclub at MGM Mirage to talk about his controversial new album. Today Nas has decided to drop the controversial title and release it simply as "Untitled".
15 Feb 2010
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**Originally posted on GottGame****** This is my review of 2009's most controversial title. Is this a worthy successor to Valve Software's 2008 hit? Watch my full review to find out!!!
11 Feb 2010
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Gackt's somewhat controversially titled single, 'Jesus'. Again, going backwards, this is the only one of his 'recent' PVs that wasn't requested comercially. The B-Side was 'Sayonara -ЯRII ver.-'. The original 'Sayonara' was on the album 'Rebirth'. I do not own this video. It is (C) Nippon Crown.
10 Feb 2010
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The soprano Katarina Dalayman talks to BBC Radio's Martha Kearney about her portrayal of the challenging and controversial title role in Shostakovich's opera "Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District". Topics discussed: - the role of "Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District" (Katerina Lvovna Izmailova) - Dalayman's initial hesitation toward the role of Katerina - the appropriateness of the role "Marie" from Berg's opera "Wozzeck" for Dalayman's voice Musical excerpts from: - "Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District", opera by Dmitri Shostakovich - "Wozzeck", opera by Alban Berg
9 Feb 2010
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I have obtained exclusive footage from an unreleased NES game prototype! I've managed to capture five minutes of never-before-seen gameplay video! You play as an Italian deli owner armed only with a steady supply of hoagies. You must make your way through a perilous world of danger to destroy the forces of evil. This game may have been kept off of store shelves due to its controversial title, "Hitler's Revenge". However, unlike "Bionic Commando", Hitler isn't actually IN this game. It may just be a simple translation error which was common in the mid-80s. I believe the most likely reason for the game's demise is its intense difficulty that makes "Ghosts 'n Goblins" look like a walk in the park. I've heard that this game is so hard, the programmers didn't even bother adding a second level. A cheat code had to be used to warp to advanced locations. There's also a rumor that a play tester went insane and died as a result of playing the game for an extended period of time. Fearing similar occurrences with home players, the game was scrapped. For even more information about this incredibly rare discovery, visit *******www.mazeguy****/challenge.html
5 Feb 2010
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Is Charley Davidson breaking PFL Rule #5 - "There must be a pillow at the point of contact" - when she pins Olivia Neutron-Bomb and wins the belt at PFL 36?
2 Feb 2010
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15 Jan 2010
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