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Roman Tam - Flying Knife album mp3
Cantopop,Asian Pop,C-Pop
  • Performer:
    Roman Tam
  • Title:
    Flying Knife
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Cantopop,Asian Pop,C-Pop
  • Size FLAC version
    1635 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1894 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1536 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
    482
  • Formats:
    MP2 ADX VOC VQF MIDI WAV

Roman Tam. Flying Knife. EMI Music Distribution.

The Knife is the debut studio album by Swedish electronic music duo The Knife. It was released on 5 February 2001 by Rabid Records. The album's recordings started early in the summer of 1999 in a cottage on the Swedish island of Tjörn. The duo also recorded it in their flats in Gothenburg and Stockholm, and in a rehearsal studio in the Hökarängen district of Stockholm.

Knife is the second album by Aztec Camera and was released in 1984. It reached number 14 on the UK Albums Chart – their highest showing at that time. It also charted at No. 29 on the Swedish Albums Chart. The original release did not include the acoustic cover of "Jump" by Van Halen; this was added after Aztec Camera's version (originally the B-side of "All I Need Is Everything") gained popularity. Side A. "Still on Fire" – 3:56. Just Like the USA" – 4:03. Head Is Happy (Heart's Insane)" – 4:16.

Labels Zero Corporation. Members owning this album0. 1. An Angel Has Come. 6. Flying Jelly Attack. Other productions from Shonen Knife. Osaka Ramones : Tribute to The Ramones.

The Gyroscopic Flying Knife The Gyroscopic Flying Knife. Gyro Pocket Knife Gyro Pocket Knife. The gyroscopic throwing Pocket knife The gyroscopic throwing Pocket knife. The Gyroscopic Flying Knife. Gyro throwing Knives Accesories.

Shonen Knife (album). Shonen Knife is a 1990 release by Shonen Knife compiling their first two albums, Burning Farm (1983) and Yama-no Attchan (1984), for the US market. Flying Jelly Attack".

The Flying Knife sails through the air without turning! Of course, this is due to its special construction and throwing technique, not some magic spell like every knifethrower sometimes wishes to know. Paco Tovar, an engineer from Spain, did not want to accept the annoying fact that throwing knives often hit the target handle first and don& stick. Hence, he went on to develop the Flying Knife, which behaves like a little spear. Because of its bayonet-like blade, the knife sticks very well (though some force is needed in the throw). It is especially well suited for rally long distance throws, with no need to count spins, stabilizing even if the throw was not perfect. Be careful when throwing multiple knives at one target, or your third knife may nail the first one to the wood :-) At the 2nd Big Throwers Meeting at the LBHR, Paco presented his knife for the first time outside of Spain.

Credits

Roman Tam - Primary Artist