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  • The Latest Fashion is the second studio album from Welsh alternative rock band Attack! Attack!. The album is due to be released on 27 September 2010 and will feature the single Not Afraid. The band released the track No Excuses as a free download from the Hassle records website.
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  • of or relating to Nigeria; "the Nigerian capital used to be Lagos"
  • (nigeria) a republic in West Africa on the Gulf of Guinea; gained independence from Britain in 1960; most populous African country
  • a native or inhabitant of Nigeria
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The Nigerian Letter
The Nigerian Letter
Sid Carter is an American CPA who receives a letter from a stranger in Nigeria offering him a generous percentage if Sid will only help him export his $60 million fortune out of Africa. Acting on a whim, Sid finds himself drawn into a world of intrigue that takes him to Paris, the Sahara desert, Switzerland and finally into the Islamic mosques of Cleveland.

At the same time that Sid is helping the Nigerian retrieve his money, agents from Homeland Security are tracking a sinister cell of Islamic jihadists who are planning a major act of terror to mark the anniversary of September 11th. Agent Jasmine Bloom has become an expert on Arab terrorism ever since her husband and two children were brutally murdered by jihadists in their London home. She has traced the roots of the Moslem Brotherhood back to Hitler's Nazi party and the Arab divisions in the Waffen-SS and she is determined that their evil shall not be repeated.

Following the interception of a truck carrying a nuclear bomb, high in the French Alps, the action moves swiftly towards its unexpected but satisfying conclusion in a luxury yacht moored in the placid waters of Monte Carlo harbor.

Sid Carter is an American CPA who receives a letter from a stranger in Nigeria offering him a generous percentage if Sid will only help him export his $60 million fortune out of Africa. Acting on a whim, Sid finds himself drawn into a world of intrigue that takes him to Paris, the Sahara desert, Switzerland and finally into the Islamic mosques of Cleveland.

At the same time that Sid is helping the Nigerian retrieve his money, agents from Homeland Security are tracking a sinister cell of Islamic jihadists who are planning a major act of terror to mark the anniversary of September 11th. Agent Jasmine Bloom has become an expert on Arab terrorism ever since her husband and two children were brutally murdered by jihadists in their London home. She has traced the roots of the Moslem Brotherhood back to Hitler's Nazi party and the Arab divisions in the Waffen-SS and she is determined that their evil shall not be repeated.

Following the interception of a truck carrying a nuclear bomb, high in the French Alps, the action moves swiftly towards its unexpected but satisfying conclusion in a luxury yacht moored in the placid waters of Monte Carlo harbor.

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"District 9 Behind The Scenes Footage"
"District 9 Behind The Scenes Footage"
Dundas Street Looking West, Toronto "District 9 is a 2009 science fiction film directed by Neill Blomkamp, released August 13, 2009 internationally and August 14, 2009 in North America. It takes place in Johannesburg, South Africa. District 9 is based on Alive in Joburg, a short film directed by Neill Blomkamp, Sharlto Copley, Simon Hansen and Shanon Worley. Warning: [ Spoiler below ] The film opens with a documentary-style series of interviews that introduce the situation. An alien ship is seen coming towards earth and arrives above Johannesburg, South Africa. After hovering above the city for months without any contact, humans decide to take the initiative and cut their way into the ship. Once they enter they discover the aliens are in a terrible state of malnourishment and sickness. They are later assessed as apparently being all 'workers', with their leadership mysteriously missing. The creatures were housed in a government camp, which overcrowding and militarization eventually turned into a slum, known as District 9. The movie takes places 20 years after the aliens' first arrival. Patience over the alien situation ran out and control over them was contracted out to Multi-National United (MNU), a private company uninterested in the aliens' welfare. MNU stands to receive tremendous profits if they can make the aliens' advanced weaponry work. MNU, thus far, has failed in making the alien weaponry work because activation of the weaponry requires alien DNA. An MNU field operative, Wikus van der Merwe (Sharlto Copley), is set with a task to move 1.8 million aliens to a new District 10 camp located some 240 km from Johannesburg, with the help from private security forces working for MNU. Tension between the aliens and the humans comes to a head when Wikus, by handling an alien device, begins changing into one of the aliens after the device squirts a dark liquid on his face. A rapid transformation begins to occur, and shortly after exposure to the liquid, Wikus's left arm mutates into a claw exactly like that of a "prawn" -a derogatory name for the aliens (the name of the alien race is never mentioned; 'prawn' is the only term by which they are referred). Wikus is taken into custody and a series of tests and experiments are performed on him, revealing that he is capable of operating alien technology since he now has alien DNA. The scientists discover that his DNA is currently "in balance" with the alien DNA, which is gradually taking over. It is concluded that they should harvest his body for biological material at this critical point, to have the greatest chance of replicating his ability to use alien technology in other humans later. However, during an attempted vivisection Wikus escapes after overpowering his captors and flees from MNU. While on the run from MNU, Wikus is forced to seek refuge in the run-down shack of an alien called Christopher Johnson, the same alien who created the alien device that infected Wikus. The device contains fuel that Christopher scavenged from space craft parts scattered around District 9. Although initially hostile towards Wikus, Christopher eventually agrees to assist him reverse the transformation. Christopher can undo the mutation by getting Wikus aboard the mother ship hovering over Johannesburg. To do so requires the contents of the alien device (fuel) which Wikus confiscated. Wikus manages to steal some alien weaponry from a Nigerian criminal gang also living in District 9 and with Christopher's help they launch an assault on MNU and successfully retrieve the fuel sample required to power up a shuttle and return to the mother ship. While there, Christopher discovers that MNU have been experimenting on his people. Wikus and Christopher return to District 9 and Christopher admits the process involved to cure Wikus could take up to three years to complete, due to Christopher wanting to travel to his home world to seek help. Furious, Wikus knocks Christopher unconscious and powers up the ship himself. The MNU mercenaries target Wikus and destroy one of the shuttles engines, causing it to crash land inside District 9. A battle between the mercenaries and a local group of thugs begins to rage, both groups want to capture Wikus; MNU want to dissect him to gain an understanding of how to use alien technology and the Nigerians believe if they eat his alien arm they will gain his power. In the end of the battle, the thugs manage to capture Wikus. Right before his arm is chopped off, Christopher's son Little CJ gains control of a mechanized battle suit from inside the crashed shuttle and helps free Wikus. Wikus then enters the alien walker battle suit and defends Christopher. Wikus' suit is then shot by heavy fire, and causes him to fall down. As he is down, he convinces Christopher to return to the shuttle with his son. Before separating, Christopher promises Wikus he will return in three years time to help him. Christopher then boards the shuttle
Bamboo Coral Collar 2
Bamboo Coral Collar 2
I would like to find a way to make this OK. Really, I would. All I can say in my defence is that in the late 1980s, nobody talked about the damage done by coral harvesting. It's done now and after the few bits of coral I still posess are used up, it will never be used again. This piece is simply branch bamboo coral, strung on stainless steel cable and fastened with a silver catch. Although I bought the coral in the 1980s, it wasn't until about 1994 that I had cause to make this piece, which was then rather startlingly worn in a fashion show by an enormous Nigerian man. I'm posting all these pictures as I have to clean out my workshops for a refit. If these don't sell then they are in the melting-pot!

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Brand New Wayo: Funk, Fast Times & Nigerian Boogie Badness 1979-1983
With this release, Comb & Razor Sound launches its exploration of the colorful world of popular music from Nigeria, starting with the post-disco era of the late 1970s and early 80s. The years between 1979 and 1983 were Nigeria's Second Republic, when democracy finally returned after twenty-three years of uninterrupted military dictatorship. They were also the crest of Nigeria's oil boom, when surging oil prices made the petroleum-producing country a land of plenty, prosperity and profligacy. The influx of petrodollars meant an expansion in industry and the music industry in particular. Record companies upgraded their technology and cranked out a staggering volume of output to an audience hungry for music to celebrate the country s prospective rise as global power of the future. While it was a boom time for a wide variety of popular music styles, the predominant commercial sound was a post-afrobeat, slickly modern dance groove that retrofitted the relentless four-on-thefloor bass beat of disco to a more laidback, upbeat-and-downbeat soul shuffle, mixing in jazz-funk, synthesizer pop and afro feeling. At the time, it was still mostly locally referred to as "disco" but has since been recognized as its own unique genre retrospectively dubbed "Nigerian boogie." A Brand New Wayo: Funk, Fast Times and Nigerian Boogie Badness collects 15 pulsing Nigerian boogie tracks in a lovingly compiled package, featuring over 60 pages of rigorously researched liner notes and photographs chronicling one of the most progressive and creative eras in the history of African popular music.

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