Category: Classic Rock

Your World (Continental Drift Remix) - Various - Volume 1 - 2006 (CDr, Album)

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  1. Track 1 of "Radio Remixes Voices of Binga" was released for free download as part of the playlist "Cross-cultural correspondence of Women Artists" in December In purchasing the Album "Radio Remixes Voices of Binga", you'll support the work of women for women across the globe.
  2. Jun 04,  · Continental drift is a phenomenon which explains how the earth’s continents move on the surface of the ocean bed. Abraham Ortelius was the first geographer who proposed this phenomenon in The theory was independently developed in by Alfred Wegener, but it was rejected due to lack of mechanism (which was introduced by Arthur Holmes).
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  4. Four great bands, two great labels and two continents meet on this stellar mini-LP. Frequent collaborators Slumberland Records and Fortuna POP! team up to bring you ''Continental Drift,'' a smashing eight song sampler of some of the finest pop out there in
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  6. radio continental drift celebrates the art of listening and the power of storytelling in local recordings, especially on the African continent. The “dramatic” field-recordings are presented here in playlists and shared under creative commons license with the invitation to global listeners to.
  7. Continental Drift present to you: Roots of Rhythm an all made Swaziland band. With 4 male band members who truly are lady pleasers. Offering a cocktail of genres from African pop to reggae in both original songs and covers.
  8. Continental drift is the theory that the Earth's continents have moved over geologic time relative to each other, thus appearing to have "drifted" across the ocean bed. The speculation that continents might have 'drifted' was first put forward by Abraham Ortelius in The concept was independently and more fully developed by Alfred Wegener in , but his theory was rejected by many for.

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