On 19 June 2001, an expanded edition of the album was released in the United States, featuring a bonus disc of remixes and B-sides. It was released in the United Kingdom seven years later on 4 August 2008 as Experience: Expanded, with a gold cover and two extra tracks.
Experience was well received. AllMusic gave the album 5 out of 5 stars, saying that it "shows the Prodigy near the peak of their game from the get go" and stating that "almost every song sounds like a potential chart topper".
Generations is the twelfth studio album by the American rock band Journey. It was the band's second full studio album with lead singer Steve Augeri and drummer Deen Castronovo, confirming the line-up of 2001's Arrival and 2002's Red 13 EP. The album was given away for free by the band during most of the concerts of the Generations Tour in 2005, and subsequently released on Sanctuary Records later the same year.
This was the first Journey album where all of the band members share the lead vocalist duties. Jonathan Cain sings lead on "Every Generation" and "Pride of the Family", the first time he sang lead since "All That Really Matters" (a song originally left off Frontiers) from the Time3 box set. Deen Castronovo sings lead on "A Better Life" and "Never Too Late". Neal Schon provides lead vocals for "In Self Defense" (previously recorded for the Schon & Hammer album Here to Stay) and Ross Valory lends his vocals to "Gone Crazy".
Peaking only at No. 170 on the Billboard 200 album chart,Generations was the last album to feature Augeri, who left the band mid-tour in 2006 due to a throat infection. Jeff Scott Soto replaced him and toured with the band until June 2007. It was also the only Journey album released by the now-defunct Sanctuary Records.
Generations is the forthcoming second EP by English pop punk band Scratch21. The EP will be the first album by the band to include members other than Blake Swift, which Cooper, Riley, and Ed joined the group in the spring of 2015. The album was originally slated for the end of 2015, but as of 2/13/16, the album is still in production.
Generations is a South Africansoap opera which first premiered on SABC 1 in 1994. It was created and is produced by Mfundi Vundla and airs weekdays at 20h00 on SABC 1.
Set against the backdrop of the advertising industry, this drama celebrates the hopes and dreams of South Africans who aspire to a better future.
The show has received positive reviews throughout its run. Production of the series stopped on 11 August 2014 when 16 principal actors started withholding their services following wage disputes, a cut of R500 million in royalties and three-year extended contracts.
In August 2014, the cast of the popular United States CBS sitcom, The Big Bang Theory were also on strike. The cast managed to negotiate a 1 million dollar pay per episode for three years plus more back end money and production deals. The cast of the CBS sitcom had previously been earning R350 000 an episode. The cast of the popular NBC sitcom Friends also managed to negotiate a 1 Million pay per episode during their 10th and final season. So this says a lot about South Africa's television industry.
Jason Hanson and his father, Clark, started Hanson Vineyards 15 years ago in Monitor, Ore., on land their family has farmed for four generations ... “Making wine from our fourth-generation family farm is the end-all be-all of what we do.” ... This year’s release is a cold fermentation of the three Pinot sister grapes.
As with anything seemingly rare and hard to find, it might be believed cherries are special because they are only available fresh for a handful of weeks in June and July. The American cherry heralds the beginning of sun-drenched summer days, picnics and the Fourth of July. With each firm, juicy bite there is a taste of leisure ... The first generation.
A pair of Galbraith & Paul chairs decked out in a hand-painted designer LoganWhite fabric called denim wash are headed to a customer in Houston... Thayer Upholstery employs 18 workers, a crew with combined business experience of 234 years ... New custom-designed furniture represents 40 to 60 percent of the business.