Weekend World is the British drum and bass group E-Z Rollers' second album. It was released in 1998. In 1999, the album was re-released with two bonus tracks and slightly altered track listing and cover artâ¢ Other Related Knowledge of electronic lockCommitment device of electronic lockA commitment device is, according to journalist Stephen J. Dubner and economist Steven Levitt, a way to lock yourself into following a plan of action that you might not want to do but you know is good for you. In other words, a commitment device is a way to give yourself a reward or punishment to make an empty promise stronger and believable.A commitment device is a technique where someone makes it easier for themselves to avoid akrasia (acting against one's better judgment), particularly procrastination.Commitment devices have two major features. They are voluntarily adopted for use and they tie consequences to follow-through failures. Consequences can be immutable (irreversible, such as a monetary consequence) or mutable (allows for the possibility of future reversal of the consequence).------Choro of electronic lockAlexandre Magno Abro (April 9, 1970 March 6, 2013), better known by his stage name Choro, was a Brazilian singer-songwriter, rapper, lyricist, guitarist, skateboarder, record and film producer, screenwriter and entrepreneur. Best known for being a founding member and the vocalist/main lyricist of the influential alternative rock band Charlie Brown Jr., Folha de S.Paulo critic Andr Barcinski considered him "the nearest thing to a punk hero Brazilian mainstream music ever had", and Eduardo Tristo Giro of Portal Uai called him "the bad boy of Brazilian rock" and "the spokesperson of the youth of the 1990s". Having been born and raised for most of his childhood in So Paulo, Choro was the only Charlie Brown Jr. member not to hail originally from Santos, and its only founding member to remain consistently in all of the group's line-ups------Release and reception of electronic lockSimon premiered the song on the National Public Radio series Live from Here with Chris Thile on February 26, 2016. "Wristband", as the first single from Stranger to Stranger, was released online on April 7, 2016. The song peaked at #14 on the Adult Alternative Songs chart on May 21. Simon performed the song on Austin City Limits in September, which National Public Radio praised as a "playfully infectious version of the song." Stereogum called the song "a rhythmic groove that finds Simon spinning a tale of getting locked out of a venue while taking a smoke break into a meditation on the perpetuation of social inequality."------Intuitive American Esoteric of electronic lockIntuitive American Esoteric is the name of a limited three-volume, multi-label series of LP records by Nautical Almanac member Twig Harper, released between 2005 and 2006. Each album features a standard cut recording on side A and a handmade lathe-cut recording featuring numerous locked grooves on side B. Regarding the first two records in the series, Harper commented:"I released "Intuitive American Esoteric" vol 1 2 on LP, one side was mastered normally the other side were examples of lathe cuts. For volume 1 I cut the lathe master plate real scratchy and distant. On vol 2 the lathe side was experiments of sine waves cut on top of each other, at various depths and frequency."------The Funk Hunters of electronic lockThe Funk Hunters are a Canadian electronic music act and DJ duo based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Composed of members Nick Middleton and Duncan Smith, The Funk Hunters are recognized on the international dance scene for their future funk sound, which is a mix of old school soul, disco, funk and classic hip hop, deeply cross-pollinated with contemporary electronic dance music.Nick Middleton is a music producer and record label owner and Duncan Smith is a multimedia artist. Together as The Funk Hunters Middleton and Smith tour the world performing a live audio visual show operated simultaneously from four turntables and two mixers.------Thousand Mile Stare of electronic lockThousand Mile Stare is the fifth studio album by British electronic music artist Chicane. An exclusive 'Collectors Edition Box Set' version of the album was released on 12 December 2011 before any regular CD or digital version was announced. The boxed set was made available to preorder by 18 November 2011. Those who purchased the boxed set had their name included on the back panel of the booklet. The regular version of the album, containing three previously unreleased tracks, was released on 16 April 2012 by Modena.The album's cover artwork pays homage to Jean Michel Jarre's Les Chants Magntiques.------Cradle of Rome of electronic lockCradle of Rome (released in some regions as Jewel Master: Cradle of Rome) is the first in a series of tile-matching puzzle and strategy video games developed by German studio cerasus.media and published by D3 Publisher on November 18, 2008 for the Nintendo DS handheld game console. The Wii version was released on March 31, 2009. The game has been brought to Steam since 2007.The game was originally created for Windows by Awem studio from Belarus as a casual game. It has been followed by a variety of Cradle/Jewel Master games including Cradle of Athena, Cradle of Egypt and Cradle of Persia.------Fukkk Offf of electronic lockFukkk Offf, born Bastian Heerhorst, is a German DJ and producer, whose song "Rave Is King" reached the top of German club charts. He has released one full-length album entitled "Love Me Hate Me Kiss Me Kill Me" under the Coco Machete Records record label. It debuted on June 8, 2009 and included his previous singles "Rave Is King" and "I'm a Freak."His song "Bl00d" was used in an advertisement for the British television program Skins.The songs "Bang Your Head" and "Pacific Coast Highway" are contained in the sountrack of the popular Netflix series The Umbrella Academy.------Biography of electronic lockMess Kid was born Artem Emelianov in Riga, Latvia, in 1987. His family moved to Detroit when he was six years old. When he turned 18 he moved to New York City and started DJing at clubs like 1Oak and Beatrice. Since then he has collaborated with Giorgio Moroder, M.I.A, IloveMakonnen, ASAP Ferg and, most notably Le1f, with whom he went on tour in 2013.The Fader has released several of his original songs and remixes, such as "Assembly Line" and the remix of Niia's "Bored To Death." He was recognized as a "Discovery DJ" by 'Interview magazine in 2013.------Monsta Boy of electronic lockMonsta Boy are a UK garage duo consisting of David Edwards and Steve Heyliger. Active since 1998, they are best known for the 2000 hit, "Sorry (I Didn't Know)" featuring singer Denzie."Sorry (I Didn't Know)" reached No. 25 on the UK Singles Chart and No. 1 on the UK Dance Chart. A 2019 cover by English DJ/producer Joel Corry charted higher, peaking at No. 6 in the UK and No. 3 in Ireland, as well as also reaching No. 1 on the UK Dance Chart.The duo continue to perform in the clubs and at garage events across the UK.------Re-release track listing of electronic lockLtd edition 7" vinylThou Shalt Always Kill (De La Edit) Feat. Posdnous of De La SoulThou Shalt Always Kill (Original Demo)Ltd edition 12" vinylThou Shalt Always Kill (K-Tee & Friction Remix) Feat. Posdnous of De La SoulDigital DownloadThou Shalt Always Kill (De La Edit) Feat. Posdnous of De La SoulThou Shalt Always Kill (Drop the Lime Remix) Feat. Posdnous of De La SoulThou Shalt Always Kill (Sunday Best Dub) Feat. Posdnous of De La SoulThou Shalt Always Kill (Losers Remix) Feat. Posdnous of De La SoulThou Shalt Always Kill (K-Tee & Friction Remix) Feat. Posdnous of De La SoulThou Shalt Always Kill (Original Demo)------Dem 2 of electronic lockDem 2 were a UK garage duo originally consisting of Dean Boylan and Spencer Edwards, from Thurrock, Essex. Since 2011, Boylan continued releasing material under the Dem 2 moniker as a solo artist.The duo founded the record label New York Soundclash Records in 1994 and released the 12" vinyl "Reach". They are best known for the songs "Destiny", "Baby (You're So Sexy)" and Da Grunge Mix of "All I Know", released under the alias U.S. Alliance."Destiny" was a hit single in 1998, reaching No. 58 on the UK Singles Chart and No. 1 on the UK Dance Singles Chart. Alexis Petridis, writing for The Guardian in 2019, looking back at the genre after 20 years, listed "Destiny" at number 13 in his list of his 20 best UK garage tracks. Simon Reynolds, writing in The Wire, called "Destiny" "the UK blueprint for two-step."------Chairmanships of electronic lockGarfinkle is Chairman of the Future of American Democracy Foundation, a nonprofit, nonpartisan foundation in partnership with Yale University Press and the Yale Center for International and Area Studies, "dedicated to research and education aimed at renewing and sustaining the historic vision of American democracy". He is also a board member and chairman of the Finance Committee of the Public Agenda, a non-partisan, non-profit, public opinion research organization founded by Secretary of State Cyrus Vance and Social Scientist, Daniel Yankelovich, Americas leading expert on public opinion.He has also served as chairman of the George Washington University Institute for Communitarian Policy Studies, chairman of the National Hospice Foundation, Chairman of the Lamaze Institute for Family Education, chairman of the New York Landmarks Conservancy and chairman of the Finance Committee of the Harlem School of Arts.------Eve-Olution of electronic lockEve-Olution is the third studio album by American rapper Eve. It was released by Ruff Ryders Entertainment on August 27, 2002, distributed through Interscope Records. Production was handled by frequent collaborators Dr. Dre, Swizz Beatz and also Irv Gotti, among others. The album garnered the internationally successful single "Gangsta Lovin'", which reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B/Hip-Hop song charts as well as number four in Australia. The album debuted at number six on Billboard 200 with first-week sales 133,000copies. It reached the top twenty in Canada, France, and Switzerland. The album has sold over 500,000 copies in the US and was certified gold in sales by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)------Open access in New Zealand of electronic lockOn the subject of open access in New Zealand, the New Zealand Government has applied open access principles to its own work, adopting the New Zealand Government Open Access Licensing Framework (NZGOAL). It has not mandated that these apply to schools or the tertiary sector or to research funding agencies. Some tertiary education institutions have developed their own open access guidelines or policies but neither of the two major research funding agencies in New Zealandthe Marsden Fund and the Health Research Councilhave done so, unlike Australia, Canada, Europe or the United States.------Release and promotion of electronic lockTwo tracks, 'I'd be Lost' and 'Only One', were made available on iTunes and music streaming services in the weeks before the release of Eternal Return.On 11 October Sarah Blasko performed songs from Eternal Return at the Sydney Opera House as part of the Graphic Festival.On 4 November Sarah Blasko announced the dates for a tour that would include nine performances across Australia beginning in Canberra on 6 April 2016 and concluding in Perth on 30 April 2016.Six music videos were also released to promote Eternal Return. "I'd be Lost", "Only One", "I Wanna Be Your Man", "Without" and two versions of "Luxurious" were made available on Sarah Blasko's YouTube and Vevo channels.The videos for "I'd be Lost" and "Without" were also played on ABC TV's long running music program Rage.------Reception of electronic lockAccording to the video game review aggregator Metacritic, Aaero received "Generally favourable" reviews and a metascore of 77 on PlayStation 4, 80 on Xbox One and 83 on the Nintendo Switch.Kotaku's Mike Fahey said "Aaero came to my attention yesterday evening, after our managing editor, Riley MacLeod, sent me the following message: Yo Im playing this new rhythm game Aaero and you should check it out! So I checked it out, fell in love, and figured I would pass the word along. "Forbes contributor MitchWallace gave Aaero a score of 9.5/10 and commented "For the most part, the wait between quality, innovative, and original music games is rather unbearable. But once in a blue moon, let's say on a somewhat unassuming April day, the gaming clouds split open and down floats something like Aaero.