- Honeymoon Suite was the debut album by the band Honeymoon Suite, released in
1984 on Warner Bros. Records.
- A hidden camera is a still or video camera used to film people without their
knowledge. The camera is "hidden" because it is either not visible to the
subject being filmed, or is disguised as another object.
- (The Hidden Cameras) The Hidden Cameras are a Canadian indie pop band.
Fronted by singer-songwriter Joel Gibb, the band consists of a varying roster of
musicians who play what Gibb once described as "gay church folk music".
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Laurie had practically given up on finding
someone who was willing to save sex for marriage. Then she found Matt, an
amazingly wonderful and sexy man who was willing to wait until after they said
“I do.” Now that the ceremony and reception have finally ended, she can’t wait
to get him up to their hotel room, hang up the “Do Not Disturb” sign and spend
the night acting out all the dirty fantasies that have filled her head since
their engagement.Matt can’t think of anything he wants more than to please his
new wife. She’s always been shy and private, but on their wedding night, she
turns into an irresistible vixen. Nothing would make him happier than spending
the entire night exploring every curve of her luscious body.The two newlyweds
are finally alone together and the whole evening lies ahead. Laces and buttons
come undone…and Matt and Laurie discover some things are most definitely worth
HONEYMOON SUITE from NIAGARA FALLS at CANADA
DAY (It's your festival) Hamilton Monday June 30th, 2008
Honeymoon Suite Garden
hidden camera in honeymoon suite
Two CD anthology of the Canadian Hard Rock
band's astonishing career compiled with input and support from lead singer
Johnnie Dee and guitarist Derry Grehan. Containing 39 amazing songs including
'Lethal Weapon', 'New Girl Now', and 'Feel It Again' plus three rare tracks and
seven unreleased songs from the band's private archive. Includes a stunning 20
page color booklet with an extensive band history, many rare unseen photographs
and track by track commentary written by Mott The Hoople biographer Campbell
Devine. Gott. 2006.