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Public Service Broadcasting - People, Let's Dance [ft. EERA]

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Duration: 04:00

People, Let’s Dance [ft. EERA]
℗ & © 2021 Test Card Recordings
Released under exclusive license by Play It Again Sam

People, Let's Dance is taken from the upcoming new album, Bright Magic, released September 24th 2021. Pre-order/pre-save now at https://ffm.to/psb_brightmagic

UK tour tickets now on sale at https://publicservicebroadcasting.net/events

Video credits:
Director: Chloe Hayward
Producer: Hugo Holford
Director of Photography: Howard Mills
Production Co-ordinator: Bobbie Notcutt
Steadicam: Luke Snowball
First AD: Luke Goodrich
Focus Puller: Daniel Svilenov
Drone: Jonny Leeder
Choreography: Tabby Canburn
Stylist: Kashmir Wickham
Make up and Hair: Amy Thompson
Production Runner: Joseph Goldman

Cast:
Tabby Canburn
Danielle Lockwood
Kelly Downing
Georgia Bradshaw
Nadine Stoly

Music credits:
Music by J. Willgoose, Esq., EERA and Martin Gore
Words by EERA
J. Willgoose, Esq.: Guitars, electronics, percussion
Wrigglesworth: Drums, percussion
JFAbraham: Bass
EERA: Vocals
Handclaps: J. Willgoose, Esq., Wrigglesworth, JFAbraham, Matt Davies
Contains elements of People Are People by Depeche Mode (Gore), published by EMI Publishing Group Ltd, used with kind permission, all rights reserved
Produced & mixed by J. Willgoose, Esq.
Engineer: James Campbell
Assistant engineer: Kian Moghaddamzadeh
Vocal session engineered and co-produced by Alex Silva
Recorded at Hansa Studios and Hansaplatz Mixroom, Berlin, August & September 2020
J. Willgoose, Esq. published by Mute Song Ltd
Mastered by Matt Colton at Metropolis Studios, London

Track title taken from Rory MacLean's book 'Berlin: Imagine a City', used with very kind permission

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Lyrics:

Salziger Schweiß
Bewegungen der Seelen
Hier spielen sie kraftvolle Musik
Warum nicht tanzen kommen?
Es ist ganz natürlich
Komm tanzen

Die Bewegung des Lebens
Aufregung steigt
Die Bewegung des Lebens
Dies ist unsere Zeit

[Chorus]
Komm tanzen
und loslassen
Komm tanzen
People, let's dance

Wir vergessen Zeit und Ort
Die Wärme steigt
Vergessen Zeit und Ort

[Chorus]

[Chorus]

Von abends, bis morgens, bis abends wieder
Von Freitag, bis Samstag, bis Sonntag wieder

Komm tanzen

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Salty sweat
The movement of souls
Here they play powerful music
Why not come and dance?
It's perfectly natural
Come, dance

The movement of life
Excitement builds
The movement of life
This is our time

[Chorus]
Come, dance
and lose yourself
Come, dance
People, let's dance

We forget time and place
The heat rises
Forgetting time and place

[Chorus]

[Chorus]

From evening, until morning, until evening again
From Friday, until Saturday, until Sunday again

Come, dance

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The best recent science fiction, fantasy and horror – review roundup

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When the Sparrow Falls by Neil Sharpson; A Strange and Brilliant Light by Eli Lee; Robot by Adam Wiśniewski-Snerg; Come Closer by Sara Gran; The Book of Accidents by Chuck Wendig and The 22 Murders of Madison May by Max Barry

Playwright Neil Sharpson’s first novel, When the Sparrow Falls (Solaris, £8.99), is set in the 23rd century, after the development of “contran”: a process for the quick and easy transfer of consciousness from one body to another, or from a physical body to a blissfully free existence in a virtual environment. Along with this great leap forward has come the erasure of any legal distinctions between people born the old-fashioned way and those formerly described as “artificial intelligences” – all are equal. The world has been transformed, everywhere except in the Caspian Republic, a deeply repressive society that considers itself the last outpost of humanity, forcing its mortal citizens to resist “the machine”. But, as State Security Agent Nikolai South knows, someone within the state is operating a secret contran system and smuggling people out to the free world on a new type of memory chip. An even more shocking discovery is to come. Thrillingly balanced between a grim, deliberately retro society and the possibilities of a utopian future, this is an original and gripping thriller.

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The Blaseball Roundup: Win(Win)

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Duration: 18:00

A Recap of Win(Win) (Seasons 20, 21, and 22), Presented by ILBBC and The Anchor
Play Blaseball at: https://www.blaseball.com
Confused? Curious? We get it. Learn more: https://www.blaseball.com/faq

Welcome to the first ever fifth ever official, league-sanctioned Blaseball Roundup, Presented by the Internet League Blaseball Broadcasting Committee, a subsidiary of Internet League Blaseball. The Anchor is hot and ready to recap Seasons 20, 21, and 22, and set us up for a very exciting Season 23 on Monday July 19th.

(Headcanons and views represented are those of The Anchor and do not represent any "official" lore, pronouns, depictions, or views of the ILB. All Blaseball players are immaterial and thusly up for interpretation by the fans. Please be respectful of each other and remember: we are all love Blaseball.)

(The Blaseball community also makes excellent Blaseball content! The Blaseball News Network has a heap of resources and fan-made content for you to enjoy. Check them out at https://blaseball.news/ and @Blaseball News Network)

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Social Constructs | Philosophy Tube

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From: Philosophy Tube
Duration: 24:00

What are social constructs, and why do some people get so upset about them? 🚗🔧🚗 https://www.patreon.com/PhilosophyTube

Paypal.me/PhilosophyTube

Twitter: @PhilosophyTube

Email: philosophytubebusiness@gmail.com

BIBLIOGRAPHY:
Ásta, Categories We Live By
Ásta, “Précis: Categories We Live By,” in Journal of Social Ontology
Katie J.M. Baker, “The Road to TERFdom,” in Lux
Simone De Beauvoir, Le Deuxième Sexe
Talia Mae Bettcher, “Trapped in the Wrong Theory,” in Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society
Richard Boyd, “Homeostasis, Species and Higher Taxa,” in Species
Judith Butler, Gender Trouble
Kevin Duong, “Gender Trouble in France: An Interview with Camille Robcis, “ in Jacobin
Lori Gershick, “Out of Compliance: Masculine-Identified People in Women’s Prisons,” in Captive Genders
Jules Joanne Gleeson, “How Do Gender Transitions Happen?” in Transgender Marxism
Aaron Griffith, “Individualistic and Structural Explanations in Ásta’s Categories We Live By,” in Journal of Social Ontology
Sally Haslanger, “But Mom, You’re Wrong. Crop-Tops Are Cute!” in Resisting Reality
Sally Haslanger, “What is a (Social) Structural Explanation?” in Philosophical Studies
Katharine Jenkins, “Conferralism and Intersectionality: A Response to Ásta’s Categories We Live By,” in Journal of Social Ontology
Rosa Lee, “Judith Butler’s Scientific Revolution,” in Transgender Marxism
Ron Mallon, The Construction of Human Kinds
Plutarch, Theseus
Amie Thomasson, “Foundations for a Social Ontology,” in ProtoSociology

Special Thanks to Edd China and the Workshop Diaries Team! https://www.youtube.com/user/TheEddChina

Adorable Platypus Footage By Getty

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Read Between the Lines - YouTube

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    Fuck this Song - YouTube

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