- Performer:Holy Language
- Title:Choose Your Own
- Date of release:July 1, 1996
- Size FLAC version1893 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1386 megabytes
- Size WMA version1433 megabytes
- Formats:APE AC3 ASF AHX MOD MIDI
English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português (Brasil) Русский. There are 9 tracks on the CD, but the insert only lists 8; track 5 has been left out, so that tracks 6 to 9 are listed as tracks 5 to 8. Track 5 is titled "Sir Teen" on the vinyl release of the album. Moreover, the track "One Minute Break" is titled "Jazzkeller Reprise" on the vinyl version.
Holy Land is a 1996 concept album by Brazilian metal band Angra. Its theme is centered on the Brazilian land by the time it was discovered in the 16th century, as depicted in the art surrounding the album release. Once fully opened, the cover illustration turns out to be an old 15th-century map. Title track "Holy Land" contains many indigenous and folkloric influences taken from Brazilian music, but also includes classical arrangements symbolizing Europe at the time.
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Album art is still important. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise! I’ve already written about the importance of album art in today’s music landscape. The bottom line? Album art still plays an important visual role for your music. In fact, it’s often the only visual element you get to control on digital music stores that display everyone’s album in the same font and format as the next artist’s. This could happen if you had a release distributed through a label and your contract expired so you’re releasing the same recordings on your own, or maybe you are switching digital music distribution services and you have to transfer your info. Either way, the same ISRC code will apply that you were given the first time around.
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Look them up on the Internet, gather information on them, and choose the one that best suits your needs. As a publisher, you can register with multiple PROs, but you can only (and need only) register a single work (like an album) with one PRO. Outside the . look for PROs that operate in your country, such as SOCAN in Canada. 3. Choose a name for your publishing business. If you are serving as your own publisher, it is preferable for both tax and legal liability purposes to form some sort of separate business entity. This is especially true if you have additional people involved in the enterprise, in which case a Limited Liability Company (LLC) or similar corporate structure is advisable.