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  • Project Pitchfork - Caught In The Abattoir Album: Souls / Island lyrics: Come on my little sheep You have to be a soldier Put on this uniform This is your one-way ticket Do it for your parents Do it for your honour Do it for your country And do it for me Lacerate the others Shoot don't think Roses are red And mutton is pink It can't be wrong to fight for principles So hurry up your brothers are already there Kill those who want to overthrow me So hurry up your brothers are already dead Say good-bye to the world There is no need to cry You're caught in my abattoir We'll feel sorry when you die
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  • Abattoir Blues I work at a helpdesk, these are the special types I get to 'help'
  • X Marks The Pedwalk - Abattoir Ebm
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  • x-marks the pedwalk "abattoir" live in krefeld 1992 x-marks the pedwalk "abattoir" from the single "abattoir" recorded live during the "cenotaph tour" city/country: Krefeld / Germany date: early 1992 club/location: Kulturfabrik web:
  • Abattoir Blues - Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds A video to the song Abattoir Blues by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds from the album Abattoir Blues/The Lyre of Orpheus
  • 08-1 Abattoir - Tom Clancy's: Splinter Cell This is theend of a year long quest for the perfect game. One kill, 16 knockouts, 44 distractions, 6 bullets, and 3 gadgets. Everything I do, every distraction I make, where I stop, where I run, how fast I move...there is a reason for it. If you think it's possible to be stealthier in any part, please post a comment and I'll get back with you. Just take into consideration not every reaction you create is the same every time. My walkthrough is designed to work around any randomness in the game every single time, not just once in a while. So on paper it looks great, just trying to execute it perfectly is the hard part. This is part of a two-and-a-half hour long video containing a complete walkthrough of the Xbox version of Tom Clancy's: Splinter Cell as stealthy as possible, while remaining as fast as possible. The text walkthrough is located at www.themessage.jp.
  • Damien Saez ABATTOIR L'Alhambra Abattoir Damien Saez Album L'Alhambra
  • Heston Blumenthal's visit to abattoir and sausage making Heston Blumenthal tries to make a trojan hog for his Roman Feast. He visits an abattoir to see how it looks when a real pig is gutted and butchered. Next he tries his hand at sausage making.
  • Abattoir - The Only Safe Place 1. Intro: Beyond The Altar 01:28 2. Bring On The Damned 04:12 3. The Only Safe Place 05:06 4. Nothing Sacred 05:20 5. Hammer Of The Gods 04:27 6. Back To Hell 03:10 7. Temptations Of The Flesh 05:28 8. Under My Skin 03:56 9. SBD (Feel The Fire) 03:28 10. Night Of The Knife 05:26
  • The Abattoir Kicking off the meat-packing industry in Minecraft. Featuring the Bacon Block: Download the world file and texture pack here:
  • Poultry abattoir plan shelved (1.6.2010) The Executive Council has shelved the development of a poultry-slaughtering centre as the latest scientific assessment shows the risk of avian influenza in Hong Kong is now very low. Full story ( www.news.gov.hk
  • Abattoir Preview #1 (2008) Here is a snapshot of Kaeja d'Dance's upcoming production, Abattoir. Set to premiere in Vancouver and Toronto in March, 2008, the excerpt demonstrates two exceptional dancers (Karen Kaeja & Robert Halley) diving into the partnering style that has been developed for this work. For more information on the show, please check out our website at , or read below for a more detailed description. (Excerpt shot by Hernan Morris & Allen Kaeja, Music by Edgardo Moreno) As Allen's visceral aesthetic meets Karen's liquid, sensual athleticism, they create a major new work full of depth and disturbing beauty. Dense with hard-edged kinetics, Abattoir combines the disciplines of dance, music, theatre and exquisite new opera vocals. Allen's vision of our capacity for innocence ignites this multi-disciplinary dance production. Shifting perception, intimate tension and eroding humanity challenge one's passage towards dignity. Abattoir features the company's world-class performers (Tanya Crowder, Robert Halley, Susan Lee, Ryan Lee, Allen Kaeja, Karen Kaeja, Tim Spronk, and Aaron Willis) in collaboration with the exceptional and fiery talents of new opera singer Fides Krucker, and composer Edgardo Moreno. Original text by Jason Sherman. Designers include lighting by Roelof Peter Snippe and costumes by Jorge Sandoval. ABOUT KAEJA D'DANCE Toronto-based Kaeja d'Dance is internationally renowned for its award winning contemporary dance and pioneering dance films. At the heart of Kaeja ...
  • Abattoir - screams from the grave 1. Screams From The Grave 03:24 2. Vicious Attack 02:54 3. The Enemy 03:12 4. Ace Of Spades (Motorhead cover) 02:41 5. The Living And The Dead 03:42 6. Stronger Than Evil 03:02 7. Don't Walk Alone 03:18 8. Game Of Death 05:02
  • Abattoir at the Purchase College Student Center 3/30/08 Abattoir at the SUNY Purchase Student Center. There were about two and a half more songs, but I ran out of camera memory. Guitar: Andrew Nico Banjo: Zach Page (both of Tumblin' Tumbleweeds) Drums: Jeremy Nissan (of Halflings, Yellow Tears, ***y Bopper) Noise board: Nick Pace (of Diaphragm)
  • Splinter Cell Speed Run Part 8 - Abattoir This is a speed run for Splinter Cell. This is the PC version. I did not do this speed run. I got it from . I got it for all those Splinter Cell fans out there, and non-fans alike. So please don't accuse me of copyright infringement, or plagurism. Enjoy. Best time on PC version: Hard mode 1:35:00 by Jeff 'Lord Revan' Richardson on 16.09.05. Author's comments: This is my third speed run. I did two Kotor speed runs and felt like moving on to something different. Splinter Cell is a game that I absolutely love. I got it free with my video card and loved it ever since. This is a straight speed run. I don't try to avoid alarms, except where necessary. I looked at the run for the playstation that was up, but I found that there was little I could learn form it. The levels are quite different and he did a no alarm run. Level One: Training. This is an annoying level that is presents little speed running opportunities. The only real trick is jumping off the platform. The rest is just memorizing what you can get away with. Level Two: Police Station. Pretty easy level. Hardest part is the two guards talking to the drunk. I got really lucking with the shooting. Most of my kills were with one shot. Worst part was hooting that damn camera. It took me fice shots to do it. I can't believe I missed the guy at the computer. That never happened before, but it led to a more exciting finish with me having to kill the two guys in the next room. Level Three: Defense ...
  • Nick Cave and The bad seeds "Abattoir Blues" (live at Later) Blues, blues, blues
  • Nick Cave -Easy Money From Abattoir Blues Nick Cave singing his song Easy Money from the album Abattoir Blues/Lyre of Orpheus -without images- From my blog Gord's Poetry Factory at & my website gordscafe at
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  • Workshop in Istanbul (Abattoir Fermé) Abattoir Fermé and workshop contestants practice a fun scene from the play "Mythobarbital", performed at Garajistanbul (June '09).
  • Bobby Calves Journey Part 2: the abattoir 30 hours or more after leaving the farm, starving and brutalised, the bobby calves are forced into the stun box.
  • Bassa*** Abattoir 2006 Bassa*** Abattoir, Cairo Egypt - the worlds worst slaughterhouse. Egypt is home to some of the cruelest animal handling and slaughter practices in the world. Cattle are routinely stabbed, beaten, and have their tendons slashed with knives prior to being slaughtered whilst fully conscious. There is currently a mass-slaughter of stray dogs in a cruel attempt to reduce overpopulation. Dogs are being cruelly poisoned or shot dead in the streets. Please help - Change is desperately needed in this country. Contact the Egyptian Minister for Tourism to express your disgust at how animals are being treated in this country: E-Mail: [email protected] Website: Minister Zoheir Garanah Abbasseya Square Borg Misr Travel, Cairo Egypt See our other Videos Live Export - Indefensible Change is Needed A Plea for Mercy Websites:
  • In A Cabin With (L'Abattoir, Casablanca) - George Jetson live @ DWDD (01-03-2010) Last monday (01-03-2010) In A Cabin With was presented in De Wereld Draait Door by our amazing superband project we've recorded in an abattoir in Casablanca with Sjam Sjamsoedin (Nobody Beats The Drum), Daan Schinkel (zZz), Maurits Westerik (GEM/Anne Soldaat), Joppe Molenaar (Voicst/Bettie Serveert), Thomas Azier (website), Sticks (Fakkelbrigade, ex-Opgezwolle). This project was a cooperation between In A Cabin With and the Unsigned project (Music Center The Netherlands) and will be released in May 2010. Watch the full episode online: bit.ly http fakkelbrigade- http
  • Abhorrence - Abattoir Brazilian death metal band.
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  • Abattoir trailer Trailer for the new movie from Happy Cloud Pictures: Abattoir. For more info:
  • 08-2 Abattoir - Tom Clancy's: Splinter Cell This is theend of a year long quest for the perfect game. One kill, 16 knockouts, 44 distractions, 6 bullets, and 3 gadgets. Everything I do, every distraction I make, where I stop, where I run, how fast I move...there is a reason for it. If you think it's possible to be stealthier in any part, please post a comment and I'll get back with you. Just take into consideration not every reaction you create is the same every time. My walkthrough is designed to work around any randomness in the game every single time, not just once in a while. So on paper it looks great, just trying to execute it perfectly is the hard part. This is part of a two-and-a-half hour long video containing a complete walkthrough of the Xbox version of Tom Clancy's: Splinter Cell as stealthy as possible, while remaining as fast as possible. The text walkthrough is located at www.themessage.jp.
  • Abattoir construction in Isiolo
  • Abattoir Trailer (2008, Short Stage Version) Director Allen Kaeja Choreography Allen and Karen Kaeja Principal Dancers Karen and Allen Kaeja Composer Edgardo Moreno New Opera Singer Fides Krucker Dancers Robert Halley, Ryan Lee, Sue Lee, Tanya Crowder, Tim Spronk "Abattoir is a fierce and disturbing work...edgy and intriguing" Globe and Mail A troubling beauty. The dark, weighted movement carries a kind of raw animal energy that was exhilarating to watchthe potent material was deftly conveyed, the melting between human and animal was quite transformative " Dance Current Magazine The Kaejas signature style, which deconstructs the dictum of traditional partnering, is conceived through a combination of Allens background in wrestling and Karens roots in modern dance. The contradictory dynamics inherent in their cerebral and abstract work blends explosive athleticism with sensual, fluid lyricism to create a kinetic, androgynous movement vocabulary that conveys the rhythm and beauty of the slaughterhouse. Abattoir is a captivating addition to the Kaejas repertoire, which includes productions for the stage as well as award-winning dance films and educational and outreach programs. The work is accessible to wide audiences, and at just over an hour, it never felt too long. It just left me hungry for more. Mondo Magazine The very punchy, athletic, at times almost acrobatic movement, the difficult upside down lifts and partnering, carries Allen Kaejas imprint. CBC Radio Dense with hard-edged kinetics and physical dynamism ...
  • X marks the pedwalk - Abattoir (live at WGT 2010) X marks the pedwalk - Abattoir (live at Wave Gotik Treffen WGT 2010 in Leipzig)
  • Cattle Abattoir: Entire Process VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED - This video shows the slaughter of cattle. If you don't want to see this process, then please don't watch the video. In this episode of "From Farm Gate To Your Plate" Andrew heads to Bindaree Beef, an abattoir in Inverell, NSW to take you through the entire abattoir process, from the cattle's arrival, to the slaughter floor, to the boning room, all the way to the Super Butcher store.
  • Abattoir cinepoem trailer A sneak peak at "Abattoir"
  • Nick Cave - Abattoir Blues - Lyre of Orpheus My tribute to the photography of Andre Kertesz, Josef Koudelka, Elliott Erwitt, Saul Leiter and Leonard Neumann. I have altered the images digitally into my own style and mixed/produced the video, however the original copyright belongs to the owners (material is in public domain). Cheerz, Sinbadovic. About Nick Cave (edited from Wikipedia): Nick Cave had fronted the group The Birthday Party in the early 1980s, a band renowned for its highly dark, challenging lyrics and violent sound influenced by free jazz, blues, and post-punk. In 2006, he formed the garage rock band Grinderman that released its debut the following year. Their repertoire consisted of proto-punk cover versions of songs by Lou Reed, David Bowie, Alice Cooper, Roxy Music and Alex Harvey. n early fan was German director Wim Wenders, who lists him, along with Lou Reed and Portishead among his favorites.[6] Two of Cave's songs were featured in his 1987 film Wings of Desire. ick Cave has also played with Shane MacGowan, in a cover version of Bob Dylan's "Death is Not the End", and Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World". Cave has also performed "What a Wonderful World" live with The Flaming Lips. Cave recorded a cover version of the Pogues song "Rainy Night in Soho", written by MacGowan. Pulp's single "Bad Cover Version" includes on its B-side a cover version by Cave of that band's song "Disco 2000". On the Deluxe Edition of Pulp's Different Class another take of this cover can be found. Johnny Cash, covered ...
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  • Abattoir Preview #2 (2008) Here is a second snapshot of Kaeja d'Dance's upcoming production, Abattoir. Set to premiere in Vancouver and Toronto in March, 2008, the excerpt demonstrates exceptional dancers diving into the partnering style that has been developed for this work. For more information on the show, please check out our website at , or read below for a more detailed description. Editor: Susan Lee Camera: Allen Kaeja with additional camera Karen Kaeja Dancers: Kaeja d'Dance Music: Edgardo Moreno As Allen's visceral aesthetic meets Karen's liquid, sensual athleticism, they create a major new work full of depth and disturbing beauty. Dense with hard-edged kinetics, Abattoir combines the disciplines of dance, music, theatre and exquisite new opera vocals. Allen's vision of our capacity for innocence ignites this multi-disciplinary dance production. Shifting perception, intimate tension and eroding humanity challenge one's passage towards dignity. Abattoir features the company's world-class performers (Tanya Crowder, Robert Halley, Susan Lee, Ryan Lee, Allen Kaeja, Karen Kaeja, Tim Spronk, and Aaron Willis) in collaboration with the exceptional and fiery talents of new opera singer Fides Krucker, and composer Edgardo Moreno. Original text by Jason Sherman. Designers include lighting by Roelof Peter Snippe and costumes by Jorge Sandoval. ABOUT KAEJA D'DANCE Toronto-based Kaeja d'Dance is internationally renowned for its award winning contemporary dance and pioneering dance films ...