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  1. Floppy disk - Wikipedia › wiki › Floppy_disk

    6 days ago · A floppy disk or floppy diskette (sometimes casually referred to as a floppy or diskette) is a type of disk storage composed of a thin and flexible disk of a magnetic storage medium in a square or nearly square plastic enclosure lined with a fabric that removes dust particles from the spinning disk.

  2. Italo disco - Wikipedia › wiki › Italo_Disco

    2 days ago · Italo disco (various capitalized, and sometimes hyphenated as Italo-disco) is a music genre which originated in Italy and was mainly produced in 1980s. Italo disco evolved from the then-current underground dance, pop, and electronic music, both domestic and foreign (American hi-NRG, French Euro disco) and developed into a diverse genre.

  3. Compact disc - Wikipedia › wiki › Compact_Disc

    4 days ago · Compact disc (CD) is a digital optical disc data storage format that was co-developed by Philips and Sony and released in 1982. The format was originally developed to store and play only digital audio recordings but was later adapted for storage of data ().

    • Typically up to 700 MiB (up to 80 minutes' audio)
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  5. Spacemen 3 - Wikipedia › wiki › Spacemen_3

    6 days ago · History Formation and early years (1982–85) The creative and song-writing force throughout Spacemen 3's history were Peter Kember and Jason Pierce.They met at the (now defunct) Rugby Art College on Clifton Road, Rugby, Warwickshire in Autumn 1982, both aged 16, and became close friends.

  6. I Prevail - Wikipedia › wiki › I_Prevail

    3 days ago · I Prevail is an American metalcore band formed in Southfield, Michigan in 2013. They released their debut EP Heart vs. Mind (2014) and rose to popularity from releasing a metal cover of Taylor Swift's "Blank Space" as a single, which eventually was certified platinum in the US.

  7. K.K. Disco - Animal Crossing Wiki - Nookipedia › wiki › K

    5 days ago · "K.K. Disco" is a song by K.K. Slider introduced in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. It is inspired by disco, a genre of music that had been popular throughout the late 1970s before fading out from popularity in the United States due to an unprecedentedly large backlash between 1979 and 1982, before eventually making a return to prominence in the 2010s.

  8. Música disco – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre › wiki › Disco_Music

    5 days ago · A música disco (também conhecida em inglês disco music ou, em francês, discothèque [10]) é um gênero de música de dança cuja popularidade atingiu o pico em meados da década de 1970. Teve suas raízes nos clubes de dança voltados para negros , latino-americanos , gays e apreciadores de música psicodélica , além de outras ...

  9. SEKAI NO OWARI - Wikipedia › wiki › SEKAI_NO_OWARI

    18 hours ago · 概要 バンド名の由来 「SEKAI NO OWARI」というバンド名は、初代リーダーであるFukaseが、「ADHDなどの障がいによる困難な生活」や、「閉鎖病棟への入院」、「医師になるために勉強した記憶が薬の副作用で消える」などの辛い経験をし、絶望し自分の世界が終わったと思ったが、その時に残されて ...

  10. Trees - The Official Terraria Wiki › Tree
    • Trees as Obstacles
    • Growing Conditions
    • Shaking
    • Variants
    • See Also
    • Notes
    • History

    With the exception of Living Trees (discussed further below), trees are background objects that do not affect player or enemy movement. However, torchescan be placed on any type of tree, whether it is the Living variant or not. Trees cannot be climbed or scaled with items such as a grappling hook (other than the Squirrel Hook), or have blocks of dirt or other walk-on surfaces be placed to overlap their limbs (it is possible in some versions however, Mobile excluded, to attach platforms to the trunk of a tree). However, blocks and platforms can be placed in front of the leaves at the top of the tree (or the caps of Giant Glowing Mushrooms) and furniture can be placed there, although it will be obscured by the leaves. Objects that give off light (E.g. campfires, torches, etc.) will also be obscured by the leaves, but will still emit light as normal. It can sometimes be necessary to chop down a tree that is next to a cavern entrance or cliff in the early game in order to replace it wit...

    Acorns and Saplings

    Planting an acorn on certain blocks will create a Sapling that can eventually grow into a tree. An acorn can only be planted on grass, Corrupt grass, Crimson grass, Hallowed grass, Jungle grass, Snow, or Sand. (Not mushroom grass, but see "self-spawning" below). The tree will be of a type according to the block it was planted on, with random size and shape appropriate to their type. Saplings can be destroyed with a Pickaxe, but will not drop the Acornthey were planted from. Saplings can only...


    Giant Glowing Mushrooms have similar space requirements to trees, but they cannot be planted; instead, they will "self-spawn", randomly appearing full-grown on Mushroom grass. Cactineed much less space, but can likewise self-spawn on any sand variant. "Infected" sand will spawn cacti which appear different according to sand type, but are otherwise identical. Jungle trees can also similarly self-spawn on Jungle grass (if there is space), but can also be planted with acorns.

    Shaking occurs when a player hits the stem of a tree with an axe, but does not fully cut it down. In order for a tree to be shaken, it must both have a "leafy" top as well as not have any blocks in a two block radius from the top. In addition to this, players can shake a maximum of 200 trees a day. After this shaking will not occur.

    Forest trees

    Forest trees are the most common type of tree, and can be found growing on regular grass. They can be planted on regular grass in any biome. They yield Acorns and regular Woodwhen harvested. Many Forest trees eventually turn into Corrupted, Crimson or Hallowed ones if the area they grow on is overtaken by these biomes.

    Corrupt & Crimson trees

    Corrupt trees are purple trees found in the Corruption. They can be planted on Corrupt grass or Ebonsand in any biome. They drop acorns and Ebonwood. If planted on Ebonsand, they will be shaped more like a palm tree, but will still drop Ebonwood. Crimson trees are red trees found in the Crimson. They can be planted on Crimson grass or Crimsand in any biome. They drop acorns and Shadewood. If planted on Crimsand, they will be shaped more like a palm tree, but will still drop Shadewood. In both...

    Jungle trees

    Jungle trees are found in the Jungle, and another variant appears in the Underground Jungle. Jungle trees drop Rich Mahoganywood, but normally do not drop acorns; however, if a branch is hanging over a non-Jungle Grass Block, like regular Grass, this branch can rarely drop an Acorn. They tend to grow higher than normal trees: up to 21 blocks. Jungle trees grow on Jungle grass, in two ways: Acorns can be planted as with most other trees, but jungle trees can also "self-spawn", like Cacti and G...


    Cactus generate with the world and self-spawn over time on various types of sand. They will appear differently depending on the type of sand beneath them (plain/crimson/corrupt/hallowed) but in all cases they will yield cactus blocks when harvested with an axe. They cannot be planted (and do not drop acorns), but will spawn naturally given flat sand and sufficient room. They need much less space than other tree types. However they differ from trees because they grow stepwise, block by block,...

    Living Trees

    Living Trees are huge tree shaped structures made of solid blocks that can be found in the forest biome and are created during world creation. (on Small worlds they can extend into the range of Harpies). Similarly, Living Mahogany Trees can be found in large Underground Junglecavities. Unlike the other plants mentioned here, both sorts of Living Tree are foreground objects which block passage. They cannot be planted or grow during the game, but they can be built as a structure by the player,...

    It is possible to attach torchesto the trunk of any tree except palm trees.
  11. 電子音樂 - 维基百科,自由的百科全书 › wiki › 電子音樂

    4 days ago · Frankenstein, Alfred, Space-Sound Continuum in Total Darkness, San Francisco Chronicle, 1964, (October 17) (Excerpt exist on History of Experimental Music in Northern California) Fujii, Koichi, Chronology of Early Electroacoustic Music in Japan: What Types of Source Materials Are Available?, Organised Sound , 2004, 9 : 63–77, doi:10.1017 ...