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The Aphrodisiacs
In the Name of the Father
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In the Name Of was a Britanic record label owned by Sony Music Entertainment and founded in 2011 by singer Lily Allen. The singer has been working on establishing her label since 2009, when she also announced she would take a break from recording her own music, adding she wanted to set up her own label as she was disillusioned with the music industry. I think things need to change in the music industry and we need to rethink a lot of stuff. In January 2011, Allen's representatives confirmed she is launching her own record label, known as In the Name Of. The first act signed to the label which is financially backed by Sony Music is New York noise pop duo, Cults. Sony is backing the new company and they have given Allen her own £100,000 salary to hire staff and set up an office, according to UK newspaper The Sun.

Over-the-top dramatics move this bit of populist fantasy about some Irish falsely imprisoned for bombing innocents in London. Once you accept that some liberties were taken to sell the tale the thing is palatable. An explosive and powerful film, it makes you take notice, rooted to the edge of your chair as you watch the senseless prejudice and heartless feeling of the British judiciary system while they imprison four innocent people. Based on the true story of Gerry Conlon and the Guildford Four, director.

In the Name of the Father (album). In the Name of the Father is the fourth album by the Dutch death metal band Altar. It was released in 1999 by Spitzenburg Records. God Damn You" – 4:19. In the Name of the Father" – 3:54. I Spit Black Bile on You" – 4:27. Hate Scenario" – 5:26. Walhalla Express" – 3:26. In Our Dominion" – 6:27.

In the Name of the Father are the first words of the trinitarian formula. In the Name of the Father may also may refer to: In the Name of the Father (film), a 1993 film directed by Jim Sheridan about the Guildford Four. In the Name of the Father (album), an album by Altar. In the Name of the Father (novel), a 1978 novel by Tony Ardizzone. In the Name of My Father – The Zepset.

In the Name of the Father focuses on the wrongful convictions of Giuseppe and Gerry Conlon, a father and son forced to serve time for an IRA-related bombing in which they never involved. The soundtrack to the haunting biopic finds fellow Irish musicians at the helm and it's not surprising that U2 main man Bono is center. While most critics might disagree with the film's title track, "In the Name of the Father" is a passionate movement of classic Irish sounds. Bono's rich vocals are provocative alongside the chilling dialogue delivered by his childhood friend/entertainer Gavin Friday. This song captures the fight and fit of the film itself, as well as Bono's classic appeal as a singer.

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The band started in the early 1990s under various names, including Manticore and Anubis, in the town of Hardenberg. Eventually they settled on Altar. In 1992 they released their only demo, which landed them at Displeased Records. After five full-lengths the band split up in 2001. From time to time, the classic line-up reunites to play a limited number of shows under the name Altar-native. As of 2017, Altar has risen from the ashes with a new line-up. The band will kick off its first live show June 17, 2017. Youth Against Christ (CD, 1994). Provoke (album) (CD, 1998). In the Name of the Father (album) (CD, 1999). Until Heaven Forbids (EP, 2000). Red Harvest (CD, 2001).