- GOLD: Episode 3 -
"heart of the enemy"
Faced with the prospect of battling a reconfigured American team, Oliver Crane launches his British team into a new training program, creating a rift between himself and his lieutenant, Martha. Meanwhile, Jon presses Tim for information about his old team's training, and Richard forces Sam to choose a character class for the tournament.
GOLD: the Series
Elite athletes. Cunning strategists. Ruthless adversaries. It takes great endurance to survive in the cut-throat world of Professional Role Playing Gamers. Can you take the hits?
written by David Nett
directed by David Nett & Kyle Dickinson
produced by David Nett
executive producer: David Nett
co-executive producer: Andrew R. Deutsch
producer: Shannon Nelson, Chad Scnaible
cinematographer: Andrew R. Deutsch, Nolan Wang
editor: Chad Schnaible
Crenshaw: Ed Robinson
Oliver Crane: Alan Loayza
Martha Thistlethwait: Shannon Nelson
Paul Hokes: Jeremy Guskin
Tim Calloway: Nathan Mobley
Jonathan Drake: David Nett
Persephone: Angie Schnaible
Santiago Belasco De Valdivia: Frederick Snyder
Sam Rodriguez: James Paul Xavier
Richard Wright: Rick Robinson
Leslie: Jessica Pennington
first assistant director: Sasha Harris, Frederick Snyder, Patty Ramsey
second assistant director: James Paul Xavier, Justin Waggle
script supervisor: James Paul Xavier, Sasha Harris
gaffer: Frederick Snyder, Andrew R. Deutsch
first assistant camera: James Paul Xavier, David Nett
sound: Chad Schnaible
boom operator: Chad Schnaible
electric: Chad Schnaible, Nolan Wang, Frederick Snyder, Andrew Deutsch
grip: Justin Waggle
costumes: David Nett, Shannon Nelson
make up: Shannon Nelson, Alexis Byrum
dialects: Joel Goldes
art direction: James Paul Xavier
set decoration: David Nett, James Paul Xavier, Sasha Harris
color: David Nett
sound engineering: David Nett
titles: Andrew R. Deutsch and David Nett
original music: Jacob Carver, The Mute Eunuchs
consulting producers: Kyle Dickinson, Rich Grossman, Stephen Ivey, Niall Lynch, Frederick Snyder, John Weller Distributed by Tubemogul.
A Video going through the highs and lows of a goalkeepers Job. The Goalkeepers in the video are:Tim Howard, Jerzy dudek, Jens Lehmann, Edwin van der sar, Nigel Martyn, Gianluigi Buffon, Bruce Grobbelaar, David James, David seaman, Gregory coupet, Jussi jaaskelainen Gordon banks, Peter schmeical, Shay given, Petr cech, Richard wright, Neville Southall, Pepe reina ,Robert green, Steve harper, Ben foster, Boaz myhill, Oliver Kahn, Paul Robinson, Ray Clemence, seb frey, Manuel Almunia, Joe Hart, Brad Friedel and much more
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But the power inside you,aka.me..the Kripto..will force you ..
Either trhu pain,or pleasure
I aM BEYOUND..
The Wall is the eleventh studio album by English progressive rock group Pink Floyd. Released as a double album on 30 November 1979, it was subsequently performed live with elaborate theatrical effects, and adapted into a feature film, Pink Floyd—The Wall.
As with the band's previous three studio albums The Wall is a concept album, and deals largely with themes of abandonment and personal isolation. It was first conceived during the band's 1977 In the Flesh Tour, when bassist and lyricist Roger Waters's frustration with the spectators' perceived boorishness became so acute that he imagined building a wall between the performers and audience. The album is a rock opera that centres on Pink, a character based on Waters. Pink's life experiences begin with the loss of his father during the Second World War, and continue with ridicule and abuse from his schoolteachers, an overprotective mother and finally, the breakdown of his marriage. All contribute to his eventual self-imposed isolation from society, represented by a metaphorical wall.
The Wall features a notably harsher and more theatrical style than Pink Floyd's previous releases. Keyboardist Richard Wright left the band during the album's production but remained as a salaried musician, performing with Pink Floyd during The Wall Tour. Commercially successful upon its release, the album was one of the best selling of 1980, and as of 1999, it had sold over 23 million RIAA certified units (11.5 million albums) in the United States. Rolling Stone magazine placed The Wall at #87 on its list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
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High Hopes official music video by Pink Floyd, from the album "The Division Bell", released in 1994.
The video is directed by Storm Thorgerson.
That specific version is a part of the "A Pink Floyd Miscellany 1967-2005" official video compilation, aired on UK television on September 2011.
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David Gilmour - lead and backing vocals, classical, bass and lap steel guitars
Richard Wright - Kurzweil synthesisers
Nick Mason - drums, church bell, tambourine
Jon Carin - piano
Michael Kamen - orchestrations
Edward Shearmur - orchestrations