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Helena Blavatsky

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (Russian: Еле́на Петро́вна Блава́тская, Ukrainian: Олена Петрівна Блаватська), (born as Helena von Hahn; 12 August  1831 – 8 May 1891) was a scholar of ancient wisdom literature who along with H. S Olcott and Anagarika Dharmapala was instrumental in the Western transmission and revival of Theravada Buddhism. In 1875 Blavatsky and Olcott established a research and publishing institute called the Theosophical Society.

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The Silence of the Lambs (film)

The Silence of the Lambs is a 1991 American thriller film that blends elements of the crime and horror genres. It was directed by Jonathan Demme and stars Jodie Foster, Anthony Hopkins, Ted Levine, and Scott Glenn. It is based on the 1988 novel of the same name by Thomas Harris, his second to feature Hannibal Lecter, a brilliant psychiatrist and cannibalistic serial killer. In the film, Clarice Starling, a young FBI trainee, seeks the advice of the imprisoned Dr.

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Dark (broadcasting)

In the broadcasting industry, dark is a term used to describe a radio station or television station that has gone off-the-air for an indefinite period of time, or as defined by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC), a "silent" station. It refers only to a station that is not transmitting at all, not to a station that is broadcasting only silence.

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AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power

AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) is an international direct action advocacy group working to impact the lives of people with AIDS (PWAs) and the AIDS pandemic to bring about legislation, medical research and treatment and policies to ultimately bring an end to the disease by mitigating loss of health and lives. ACT UP was effectively formed in March 1987 at the Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center in New York.

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Fade (audio engineering)

In audio engineering, a fade is a gradual increase or decrease in the level of an audio signal. The term can also be used for film cinematography or theatre lighting, in much the same way. A recorded song may be gradually reduced to silence at its end (fade-out), or may gradually increase from silence at the beginning (fade-in).

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Moment of silence

"One minute silence" redirects here. For the band, see One Minute Silence. "Minute of silence" redirects here. For the Soviet radio program, see Minute of Silence. 50x40px The examples and perspective in this article may not represent a worldwide view of the subject. Please improve this article and discuss the issue on the talk page. A moment of silence is the expression for a period of silent contemplation, prayer, reflection, or meditation.

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Suicide Silence

Suicide Silence is an American extreme metal band from Riverside, California. The group consists of vocalist Mitch Lucker, guitarists Chris Garza and Mark Heylmun, drummer Alex Lopez and bassist Dan Kenny. Formed in 2002, the band has released three full-length studio albums, one EP and seven music videos. The group has been met with a great amount of praise and favorable reviews while even during 2009, Suicide Silence was awarded with the Revolver Golden God award for "Best New Talent".

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The Sound of Silence

"The Sound of Silence" is the song that propelled the 1960s folk music duo Simon & Garfunkel to popularity. It was written in February 1964 by Paul Simon in the aftermath of the 1963 assassination of John F. Kennedy. An initial version preferred by the band was remixed and sweetened, and has become known as "the quintessential folk rock release". In the U.S. , it was the duo's second most popular hit after "Bridge Over Troubled Water".

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Fermi paradox

The Fermi paradox (Fermi's paradox or Fermi-paradox) is the apparent contradiction between high estimates of the probability of the existence of extraterrestrial civilizations and the lack of evidence for, or contact with, such civilizations.

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Siege of Lal Masjid

The siege of Lal Masjid was a confrontation in July 2007 between Islamic fundamentalist militants and the Government of Pakistan led by General Pervez Musharraf and Shaukat Aziz Administration, then Prime minister of Pakistan. The focal points of the operation were the Lal Masjid and the Jamia Hafsa madrasah complex in Islamabad, Pakistan.

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Gene silencing

Gene silencing is a general term describing epigenetic processes of gene regulation. The term gene silencing is generally used to describe the "switching off" of a gene by a mechanism other than genetic modification. That is, a gene which would be expressed (turned on) under normal circumstances is switched off by machinery in the cell. Genes are regulated at either the transcriptional or post-transcriptional level.

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Silence is the relative or total lack of audible sound. By analogy, the word silence may also refer to any absence of communication, even in media other than speech. Silence is also used as total communication, in reference to non verbal communication and spiritual connection. Silence is also referred to no sounds uttered by anybody in a room and or area. Silence is a very important factor in many cultural spectacles, as in rituals.

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Right to silence

The right to remain silent is a legal right recognized, explicitly or by convention, in many of the world's legal systems. The right covers a number of issues centered around the right of the accused or the defendant to refuse to comment or provide an answer when questioned, either prior to or during legal proceedings in a court of law. This can be the right to avoid self-incrimination or the right to remain silent when questioned.

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Mayday Parade

Mayday Parade is an American rock band from Tallahassee, Florida. Their debut EP Tales Told by Dead Friends was released in 2006, and sold over 20,000 copies without any label support. On July 10, 2007, Mayday Parade released their debut album A Lesson in Romantics. After signing to Fearless Records in 2006, the band also signed onto a major label with Atlantic Records in 2009.

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Rest (music)

A rest is an interval of silence in a piece of music, marked by a symbol indicating the length of the pause. Each rest symbol corresponds with a particular note value: The quarter (crotchet) rest x20px]] may also be found as a form in older music. (The four-measure rest or longa rest is a symbol found in Western musical notation denoting a silence four times the duration of a whole rest. They are only used in long silent passages which are not divided into bars.

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BarlowGirl is an American Christian rock–CCM all-female band from Chicago, Illinois. The band is composed of sisters Alyssa, Rebecca, and Lauren Barlow. The band has won several awards in their genre; their song "Never Alone" was the longest running No. 1 song in 2004 on Radio and Records Christian Hit Radio (CHR) and Christian Rock charts, and was the "Song of the Year" on both charts. BarlowGirl became the best selling new Christian artist of 2004.

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Silence in the Library

"Silence in the Library" is the eighth episode of the fourth series of the revived British science fiction television series Doctor Who, first broadcast on 31 May 2008. It is the first of a two-part story, followed by "Forest of the Dead", and is the second two-parter Steven Moffat contributed to the series after "The Empty Child"/"The Doctor Dances" in 2005.

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A Tower of Silence or Dakhma also know as Cheel Ghar (Hindi) is a circular, raised structure used by Zoroastrians for exposure of the dead. There is no standard technical name for such a construction. The common dakhma or dokhma originally denoted any place for the dead. Similarly, in the medieval texts of Zoroastrian tradition, the word astodan appears, but today denotes an ossuary. In the Iranian provinces of Yazd and Kerman, the technical term is deme or dema.

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Taking the Long Way

Taking the Long Way is the seventh studio album by the Dixie Chicks, an American country music band. It was released on May 23, 2006 in the U.S. and on June 12, 2006 worldwide. The album debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200. It sold over 2 million copies in the U.S. , being certified 2x platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America as of July 11, 2007. It won 5 Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year in February 2007.

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Enjoy the Silence

"Enjoy the Silence" is Depeche Mode's twenty-fourth UK single, recorded in 1989 and released on 5 February 1990, it was the second single from the then upcoming album Violator.

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Cliff Bleszinski

Clifford Michael Bleszinski (born February 12, 1975) is the design director for the game development company Epic Games in Cary, North Carolina. He is most famous for his continuing hand in the development of the Unreal franchise, especially 1999's Unreal Tournament, and the Gears of War franchise. He cites Shigeru Miyamoto as his biggest influence.

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Buffalo Bill (character)

Jame Gumb (known by the nickname Buffalo Bill) is a fictional character and the main antagonist of Thomas Harris's 1988 novel The Silence of the Lambs and its 1991 film adaptation, in which he was played by Ted Levine. In the film and the novel, he is a serial killer who murders overweight women and skins them so he can make a "woman suit" for himself.

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Sunday Silence

Sunday Silence (1986–2002) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. As a three-year-old he won the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and Breeders' Cup Classic, earning distinction as 1989 American Horse of the Year. He was also noted for his rivalry with American Champion Two-Year-Old Male Horse and Hall of Famer Easy Goer, whom he had a 3-1 record against, with two of those victories coming by very narrow margins of a nose and a neck, showing his grittiness.

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Lotto-Belisol is a Belgian professional cycling team sponsored by the Belgian lottery and Belisol, a Belgian window and door manufacturer. The same organisations also sponsor a women's cycling team, Lotto Belisol Ladies.

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Sailor Saturn

, is a fictional lead character in the Sailor Moon media franchise. The alternate identity of Hotaru Tomoe, a Japanese schoolgirl, she belongs to the Sailor Senshi, female supernatural fighters who the franchise's main girl characters transform into to fulfill their duty of protecting the Solar System and the franchise's eponymous protagonist from evil. Sailor Saturn is featured in the third season of the Sailor Moon anime, Sailor Moon S, and few episodes of the fifth season, Sailor Stars.

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Franklin child prostitution ring allegations

The Franklin child prostitution ring allegations were a series of high-profile accusations and legal actions between 1988 and 1991 surrounding an alleged child sex ring serving prominent citizens of Omaha, Nebraska, as well as high-level U.S. politicians. The allegations centered on the actions of Lawrence E. King, director of the Franklin Community Federal Credit Union (FCFCU) in Omaha and a nationally-prominent political figure who was active in the Republican Party.

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The Silence of the Lambs (novel)

The Silence of the Lambs is a novel by Thomas Harris. First published in 1988, it is the sequel to Harris' 1981 novel Red Dragon. Both novels feature the cannibalistic serial killer Dr. Hannibal Lecter, this time pitted against FBI Special Agent Clarice Starling.

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Silence (Doctor Who)

The Silence is a fictional "religious order or movement" led by an alien race of the same name in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who. Executive producer Steven Moffat created the Silence, intending them to be "scarier" than past villains in Doctor Who. Though the phrase "Silence will fall" recurred throughout the 2010 series of Doctor Who, the Silence were not seen until the 2011 series' opener "The Impossible Astronaut".

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Radio silence

In telecommunications, radio silence is a status in which all fixed or mobile radio stations in an area are asked to stop transmitting for safety or security reasons. The term "radio station" may include anything capable of transmitting a radio signal.

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Overcome (Alexandra Burke album)

Overcome is the debut studio album by British singer Alexandra Burke, released October 19, 2009 on Syco Music. The release of the album came a year after Burke won the British talent show, The X Factor, with the recording process taking place between 2008 and 2009.

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Historical Clarification Commission

The Historical Clarification Commission (Spanish: Comisión para el Esclarecimiento Histórico, or CEH) was Guatemala's truth and reconciliation commission. The creation of the CEH was ordered by the Oslo Accords of 1994 that sought to bring an end to the Central American nation's three-decade-long Civil War, during which an estimated 200,000 people lost their lives.

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Day of Silence

The Day of Silence is the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network's (GLSEN) annual day of action to protest the bullying and harassment of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students and their supporters. Students take a day-long vow of silence to symbolically represent the silencing of LGBT students and their supporters. The Day of Silence has been held each year in April since 1996. The 2012 Day of Silence was April 20.

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J. J. Jeczalik

Jonathan Edward Stephen Jeczalik, better known as J. J. Jeczalik, is a retired electronic musician, and co-founder of the former electronic music group, Art of Noise. Jeczalik also worked as a record producer and musician on a number of the Pet Shop Boys early recordings. After leaving Art of Noise, he recorded in the 1990s under the moniker "The Art of Silence," releasing one album entitled artofsilence. co. uk. He has also won a Grammy and now teaches IT at Oxford High Senior School GDST.

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Sounds of Silence (album)

Sounds of Silence is the second album by Simon and Garfunkel, released on January 17, 1966. The album's title is a slight modification of the title of the duo's first major hit, "The Sound of Silence", which originally was released as "The Sounds of Silence". The song had earlier been released in an acoustic version on the album Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M. , and later on the soundtrack to the movie The Graduate.

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Dead air

Dead air is an unintended interruption in a radio broadcast during which no sound (i.e. an unmodulated carrier wave) is transmitted. The term is most often used in cases where program material comes to an unexpected halt, either through operator error or for technical reasons, although it is also used in cases where a broadcaster has 'dried up'. Among professional broadcasters, dead air is considered one of the worst things that can occur.

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E1 Entertainment Distribution

E1 Entertainment Distribution is the record manufacturing and distribution arm of E1 Entertainment LP. Notable for having led the independent sector with the largest number of Billboard-charting titles, over 150 Koch distributed titles enjoyed success on various Billboard charts in 2003. Most notably, Koch dominated the Billboard charts in May 2003 when it simultaneously claimed 7 Top 200 albums and 10 Top Independent albums.

Record labels established in 1999 American independent record labels
One Minute Silence

One Minute Silence is a four-piece band based in London that combined influences from metal, hardcore punk and rap and as of 2010 they have sold over 500,000 albums. The band consists of vocalist Brian 'Yap' Barry from Templemore, Co. Tipperary, guitarist Massimo Fiocco from Limerick City, drummer Martin Davies and bass guitarist Glen Diani. The band announced its split after eight years in a press release dated 21 October 2003.

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Dead Silence

Dead Silence (originally titled Shhhh... and Silence, with alternate title suggestions such as The Doll and Mary Shaw) is a 2007 horror film, directed by James Wan and written by Leigh Whannell, the creators of Saw. The film stars Ryan Kwanten as Jamie Ashen, Judith Roberts as Mary Shaw, Donnie Wahlberg as Detective Jim Lipton, and Amber Valletta as Jamie's father's third wife, Ella.

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Vow of silence

A vow of silence is usually a religious vow, usually taken in a monastic context, to maintain silence. Known as Mauna in Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism, the practice is integral to many Christian traditions as well. Apart from that it is also followed as a spiritual practice. Pythagoras imposed a strict rule of silence on his disciples; the Vestal virgins also were bound to severe silence for long years. Many similar examples could be quoted.

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Kaavalan (Tamil: காவலன்; English: Bodyguard) is a 2011 Tamil romantic comedy written and directed by Siddique, starring Vijay and Asin in the lead roles. The film is a remake of Siddique's previous Malayalam film Bodyguard. It features Rajkiran, Mithra Kurian, Roja and Vadivelu in supporting roles with musical score composed by Vidyasagar. The film's principal shoot commenced in April 2010 and was completed by November 2010.

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Motion in the Ocean

Motion in the Ocean is the third studio album by English pop rock band McFly. The album was released in the United Kingdom on 6 November 2006. The album has sold more than 250,000 copies since its release, being ceritified Gold in the UK.

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The Silent World

The Silent World (French: Le Monde du silence) is a 1956 French documentary film co-directed by the famed French oceanographer Jacques-Yves Cousteau and a young Louis Malle. The Silent World is noted as one of the first films to use underwater cinematography to show the ocean depths in color. Its title derives from Cousteau's 1953 book The Silent World: A Story of Undersea Discovery and Adventure. The film was shot aboard the ship Calypso.

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Blue Code of Silence

The Blue Code of Silence (also known as the "Blue Shield") is an unwritten rule among police officers not to report on another colleague's errors, misconducts or crimes. Other names associated with the Blue Code of Silence are the Blue Wall, Curtain, Veil, or Cocoon. If questioned about an incident of misconduct involving another officer (e.g.

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Deathlike Silence Productions

Deathlike Silence Productions was an Oslo, Norway based independent record label founded in the late 1980s that focused primarily on black metal. It was the first independent label to do so. The label was founded by Øystein Aarseth, also known as Euronymous, who operated the label until his murder in 1993. The name was derived from the Sodom song "Deathlike Silence" (from their 1986 release Obsessed by Cruelty).

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Silence (song)

"Silence" is the title of a song by the Canadian electronic music group Delerium. It was co-written by Canadian singer Sarah McLachlan, who is featured as the vocalist on the track. Over the years, it has been hailed as one of the greatest trance songs of all time, twelve years after its initial release, and still plays in clubs to this day.

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Argument from silence

An argument from silence (also called argumentum e silentio in Latin) is generally a conclusion drawn based on the absence of evidence, rather than the existence of evidence. In the field of classical studies, it often refers to the deduction from the lack of references to a subject in the available writings of an author to the conclusion that he was ignorant of it.

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Silence (novel)

Silence is a 1966 novel of historical fiction by Japanese author Shusaku Endo. It is the story of a Jesuit missionary sent to 17th century Japan, who endured persecution in the time of Kakure Kirishitan ("Hidden Christians") that followed the defeat of the Shimabara Rebellion. The recipient of the 1966 Tanizaki Prize, it has been called "Endo’s supreme achievement" and "one of the twentieth century’s finest novels".

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Murke's Collected Silences

"Murke's Collected Silences" (Dr. Murkes gesammeltes Schweigen) is a short story by German writer Heinrich Böll, first published in the Frankfurter Hefte in 1955, and in English in 1963. The Murke of the title is a young editor working for a radio station; he has recently graduated in psychology and this is his first job.

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The Silence in Black and White

The Silence in Black and White is the debut studio album by American emo band Hawthorne Heights. It was released on June 1, 2004 through Victory Records. The album was the label's highest selling debut at the time of its release. A 2-disc CD/DVD special edition was released on June 27, 2005, containing demo and acoustic versions of the tracks, live performances, and a documentary with footage of the band.

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No-Big-Silence (often abbreviated as "NBS"), originally known as Aggressor, is an Industrial metal/rock band from Estonia.

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Mark Maclaine (director)

Mark Maclaine (aka Sparkles) is a film director, music producer, tutor http://www. telegraph. co. uk/education/9026101/Private-tutors-can-earn-thousands. html and writer. Previous to his work in film he was best known for his work as bassist/producer for Post Trip-Hop band: Second Person. Maclaine was one of the founders of the acclaimed UK Hip-Hop record label Dented Records and is co-owner of film company: Silence Corporation.

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So Divided

So Divided is an album by ... And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead released on November 14, 2006. It saw the band continuing to expand its sound, along the lines of its predecessor Worlds Apart. The lead single from the album was the track "Wasted State of Mind", though no music video was made for it. A video was, however, created for the song "Naked Sun," but with no input whatsoever from the band.

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Breaking the Silence

Love Is War

Love is War is Vanilla Ninja's fourth studio album, released by EMI Music Germany in May 2006. This is the first album by girls as a three-piece band. The process of recording took about 6 months. Most of the songs are co-written by the band members - Lenna and Piret, what makes this album the most personal for girls.

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Code of silence

A code of silence is a condition in effect when a person opts to withhold what is believed to be vital or important information voluntarily or involuntarily. The code of silence is usually either kept because of threat of force, or danger to oneself, or being branded as a traitor or an outcast within the unit or organization as the experiences of the police whistleblower, Frank Serpico illustrates. Police are known to have a well-developed Blue Code of Silence.

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Silence Is Golden (song)

"Silence is Golden" is a song co-written by Bob Gaudio of the American rock band, The Four Seasons, with Bob Crewe. It was released as a B-side to the hit song "Rag Doll," in 1964. It was later covered by the English band The Tremeloes, whose recording was a #1 hit in the UK Singles Chart on 18 May 1967, staying at the top for a total of three weeks. Guitarist Rick West sang lead vocal on "Silence Is Golden.

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Susan Griffin

Susan Griffin (born January 26, 1943) is an eco-feminist author. She describes her work as "draw[ing ing] connections between the destruction of nature, the diminishment of women and racism, and trac[ing ing] the causes of war to denial in both private and public life. " She received a MacArthur grant for Peace and International Cooperation, an NEA Fellowship, and an Emmy Award for the play Voices.

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silence

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silence is the debut album of American punk band Glassjaw, released in 2000. It was produced by Ross Robinson. Glassjaw has been rumored to discourage the purchasing of this album due to their acrimonious split from Roadrunner Records. Instead, they encourage people to download their music via file sharing software, such as Limewire.

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Conspiracy of Silence (Church persecutions)

Conspiracy of Silence is a term used by the Catholic Church by and since Pope Pius XI to describe the lack of reaction among Western democracies to the persecution in the 1930s of Christians by Nazis and Communists in such countries as Mexico, Spain, Germany and the Soviet Union.

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Lorna's Silence

Lorna's Silence (French: Le silence de Lorna) is a 2008 drama film by the Belgian brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne. It was the winner of the 2008 LUX Prize.

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The Great Silence

The Great Silence (Il grande silenzio, 1968), or The Big Silence, is an Italian spaghetti western. The movie features a score by Ennio Morricone and stars Jean-Louis Trintignant as Silence, a mute gunfighter with a grudge against bounty hunters, assisting a group of outlawed Mormons and a woman trying to avenge her husband (one of the outlaws). They are set against a group of ruthless bounty hunters, led by Loco. It is one of Corbucci's better known movies.

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Breaking the Silence (non-governmental organization)

Breaking The Silence (BtS) is an Israeli Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), located in a western section of Jerusalem, established by Israel Defense Forces (IDF) soldiers and veterans who collect and provide testimonies about their military service in the West Bank, Gaza Strip, and East Jerusalem during the Second Intifada, giving serving and discharged Israeli personnel and reservists a platform to confidentially describe their experience in the Israeli-occupied territories.

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Before the Dawn (band)

Before the Dawn is a metal band from Finland, started in 1999 by Tuomas Saukkonen.

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Salvation Group

Salvation Group is a UK based media company, specialising in exploitation film and alternative music. The company's original name and current trading name is Redemption Films.

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Cone of Silence

The Cone of Silence is one of many recurring joke devices from Get Smart, an American comedy television series of the 1960s about an inept spy. Invented by "Professor Cone", the device is designed to protect the most secret of conversations (aka "C.O.S. security risks") by enshrouding its users within a transparent sound-proof shield. Unfortunately, Control had purchased the device from a "discount place" rather than the federal government, so it has never worked properly.

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Three Delivery

Three Delivery is an American animated sitcom and action adventure, inspired by kung-fu movies. It is created by Larry Schwarz, who also created similar series, Kappa Mikey and Speed Racer: The Next Generation. It is a collaboration between Animation Collective in Manhattan, New York and the new-defunct Fatkat in Miramichi, New Brunswick as their very last project. The show premiered on Nicktoons Network on Friday, June 27, 2008.

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When Silence Is Broken, the Night Is Torn

When Silence Is Broken, The Night Is Torn is the debut extended play (EP) by American rock band Eyes Set to Kill. The EP was released July 6, 2006. This was the only album to feature Lindsey Vogt as lead vocalist and Alex Torres as the second guitarist. It was re-released as a companion of their DVD A Day with Eyes Set to Kill and sold 11,000 units.

2006 EPs Emo albums Eyes Set to Kill albums
Into Great Silence

Into Great Silence (German: Die Große Stille) is a documentary film directed by Philip Gröning that was first released in 2005. It is an intimate portrayal of the everyday lives of Carthusian monks of the Grande Chartreuse, high in the French Alps. The idea for the film was proposed to the monks in 1984, but the Carthusians said they wanted time to think about it.

Documentary films about Christianity Films about Roman Catholicism 2005 films Carthusian Order Documentary films about spirituality Sundance Film Festival award winners
So Tonight That I Might See

So Tonight That I Might See is the second studio album by the American dream pop band Mazzy Star, released on October 5, 1993. The album's first track, "Fade into You," was the band's only single to make the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at #44. The song also charted at #48 on the UK Singles Chart. Pitchfork listed "Fade into You" at #19 on their Top 200 Tracks of the 1990's list.

1993 albums Mazzy Star albums Capitol Records albums
The Angry Silence

The Angry Silence is a 1960 British drama film directed by Guy Green and starring Richard Attenborough. Screenwriter Bryan Forbes won a BAFTA Award and an Oscar nomination for his contribution. It was also entered into the 10th Berlin International Film Festival. The story is about a factory worker who refuses to take part in an unofficial strike and is ostracised by the other workers as a scab.

British drama films Films directed by Guy Green Black-and-white films Films about the labor movement 1960s drama films British Lion Films films 1960 films English-language films Films set in England
Western Cwm

Often called the Valley of Silence, the Western Cwm (cwm, pronounced coom, is Welsh for a bowl shaped valley/cirque) is a broad, flat, gently undulating glacial valley basin terminating at the foot of the Lhotse Face of Mount Everest. It was named by George Mallory when he saw it in 1921 as part of the British Reconnaissance Expedition that was the first to explore the upper sections of Everest, searching for routes for future summit attempts.

Mount Everest Cirques
Silence 4

Silence 4 is a Portuguese band, formed in 1996, who mostly sung in English. They released two albums to highly critical acclaim, Silence Becomes It (1998) and Only Pain Is Real (2000). The band hasn't officially disbanded, but went on an undetermined hiatus after 2001. Lead singer David Fonseca is currently undergoing a solo career.

Golden Globes (Portugal) winners Portuguese musical groups
The Roaring Silence

The Roaring Silence is an album released in 1976 by Manfred Mann's Earth Band. Like other Earth Band albums, this includes material by other composers. "Blinded by the Light", which reached number one in Billboard's Hot 100, is a cover version of a track by Bruce Springsteen; "Questions" is based on the main theme of Franz Schubert's Impromptu in G flat Major; "Starbird" takes its theme from Igor Stravinsky's ballet The Firebird.

Bronze Records albums 1976 albums Warner Bros. Records albums Manfred Mann's Earth Band albums
Age of Silence

Age of Silence is a Norwegian avant-garde progressive metal band formed in 2004 by Andy Winter of Winds.

Musical sextets Norwegian progressive metal musical groups Musical groups established in 2004 Avant-garde metal musical groups Norwegian heavy metal musical groups
Silence Is Easy

Silence Is Easy is the second studio album by indie rock group Starsailor, released in September 2003. The album cover is loosely based on Echo & the Bunnymen's Heaven Up Here. The song Some of Us was featured in an episode of Bones entitled A Boy in a Bush and in the closing credits of the Belgian film The Memory of a Killer. In the UK, the album was certified gold in 2003.

Albums produced by John Leckie Starsailor albums English-language albums Albums arranged by Leo Abrahams EMI Records albums Albums produced by Phil Spector 2003 albums
The Silence (1963 film)

The Silence is a 1963 Swedish film written and directed by Ingmar Bergman and starring Ingrid Thulin and Gunnel Lindblom. The plot focuses on two sisters – the younger a sensuous woman with a young son, the elder more intellectually orientated and seriously ill — and their tense relationship as they travel toward home through a fictional Central European country on the brink of war.

Films directed by Ingmar Bergman Swedish-language films Swedish films Black-and-white films 1963 films
Conspiracy of silence (expression)

The expression conspiracy of silence, or culture of silence, relates to a condition or matter which is known to exist, but by tacit communal unspoken consensus is not talked about or acknowledged. Commonly such matters are considered culturally shameful. Taboo subjects may be indirectly discussed via the use of politically correct code words, or euphemisms.

Censorship Article Feedback 5 Silence Conspiracy
Era of Silence

"Era of Silence" is a term used to describe the years 1934-1938 or 1940 in Estonian history. It was introduced by Kaarel Eenpalu, Prime Minister of Estonia in 1938-39 and a strong supporter of Konstantin Päts, Estonia's dictator during that period. The period began with the preemptive coup of 1934, which Päts carried out to avert a feared takeover of the state apparatus by the Vaps Movement (League of Veterans).

History of Estonia
Hail the Villain

Hail the Villain is a Canadian hard rock band from Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.

Canadian hard rock musical groups Musical groups from Durham Region Musical groups established in 2003
Silence Records

Silence (Silence Records AB), is a Swedish record company located outside Koppom, Värmland in Sweden. Silence was started in 1970 in Stockholm and released records by, amongst others: Bo Hansson, Philemon Arthur and the Dung, Samla Mammas Manna, and other progressive rock acts. In 1977, Silence moved to a new studio in Värmland, in a converted school, where artists and bands like Twice a Man, Ebba Grön, Dag Vag, Hellacopters, Eldkvarn, and Kent recorded several albums.

Independent record labels Progressive rock record labels Record labels established in 1970 Swedish record labels
Silence Is Sexy

Silence Is Sexy is the eighth full length studio album from the German experimental band Einstürzende Neubauten and was released in 2000. It is often considered one of the band's major works.

2000 albums Einstürzende Neubauten albums Mute Records albums
Silence (Sonata Arctica album)

Silence is the second full-length album by Finnish power metal band Sonata Arctica, released in 2001 through Spinefarm Records. It is the only studio album to feature keyboardist Mikko Härkin, who left the band for personal reasons before Winterheart's Guild was recorded, as well as the first to feature bassist Marko Paasikoski.

Sonata Arctica albums Spinefarm Records albums 2001 albums
Silence (band)

Silence is a Slovene electronic, synth pop and soundtrack music composing duo consisting of Boris Benko (singer and songwriter) and Primož Hladnik (keyboards and arrangements). Their fanbase and their tours are currently limited to Slovenia, Germany and parts of Eastern Europe. Outside the region, the band is probably mostly known for the album "Vain, A Tribute To A Ghost" and their collaboration with Laibach on the album Volk in 2006.

Synthpop groups Electronic music groups
The Silence of Dean Maitland

The Silence of Dean Maitland is a 1934 Australian film directed by Ken G. Hall.

1933 films Australian films
Let all mortal flesh keep silence

Let all mortal flesh keep silence is an ancient chant of Eucharistic devotion based on words from Habakkuk 2:20, "Let all the earth keep silence before him". The original was composed in Greek as a Cherubic Hymn for the Offertory of the Divine Liturgy of St James in the fourth century, with local churches adopting arrangements in Syriac.

Compositions by Ralph Vaughan Williams Hebrew Bible words and phrases
Le Silence de la mer (film)

Le Silence de la mer (The Silence of the Sea) is a 1949 film by Jean-Pierre Melville that takes place in 1941 and concerns a Frenchman and his niece,'s relationship with a German lieutenant von Ebrennac, who lives in their house during the German occupation of France. Melville based the film on the 1942 book of the same name, Le Silence de la mer by Jean Bruller (under the name Vercors) and actually filmed inside of Vercors' own home outside of Paris.

French films 1949 films Films based on novels Films directed by Jean-Pierre Melville
Relative Silence

Relative Silence was a Spanish progressive metal band from Asturias formed in 1998 by guitarist Pablo García and drummer Daniel Cabal, as a result of the metal band Presto's dissolution.

Progressive metal musical groups Musical groups disestablished in 2003 Spanish heavy metal musical groups Musical groups established in 1998
Raging Silence

Raging Silence is the 17th album by British progressive rock group Uriah Heep. It marked the studio debut of Canadian vocalist Bernie Shaw. It was the first Uriah Heep studio album to have a contemporary release on CD. It opens with the old Argent hit "Hold Your Head Up", although Mick Box was pleased to be able to add a guitar solo. This track was the lead single from the album. The second single was "Blood Red Roses", written by the band's erstwhile vocalist Pete Goalby.

1989 albums Uriah Heep albums
Song and Silence

Song and Silence: A Guidebook to Rogues and Bards is an optional rulebook for the 3rd edition of Dungeons & Dragons, and notable for its trade paperback format.

Handbooks and manuals
Conspiracy of Silence (film)

Conspiracy of Silence is a drama film set in Ireland and inspired by real events. The film challenges celibacy and its implication for the Catholic Church in the 21st century. Written and directed by John Deery, the cast includes: Brenda Fricker, Hugh Bonneville, John Lynch, Jonathan Forbes, Jason Barry, Sean McGinley, Fintan McKeown, Jim Norton and Hugh Quarshie. The movie won many international awards including the U.S.

Irish films Films about Roman Catholicism 2001 films HIV/AIDS in film Irish LGBT-related films English-language films 2000s drama films Christian LGBT-related films
Cone of Silence (film)

Cone of Silence (1960) is a film about the investigation into a series of crashes involving the fictional "Atlas Aviation Phoenix" jetliner. Cone of Silence is loosely based on the 1952 crash in Rome and investigations into the structural integrity of the de Havilland Comet. The film was based on David Beaty's novel, Cone of Silence (1959), later renamed Trouble in the Sky, the title of the film, as released in the United States.

British films Black-and-white films 1960 films Aviation films Films directed by Charles Frend
Le Silence de la mer

Le Silence de la mer (The Silence of the Sea) is a novel written in early 1942 by Jean Bruller under the pseudonym Vercors. It was published secretly in Nazi-occupied Paris. The book quickly became a symbol of mental resistance against German occupiers.

World War II novels 1942 novels Works published under a pseudonym Novels set in France French novels
A Sphere in the Heart of Silence

A Sphere in the Heart of Silence is a studio album by John Frusciante and Josh Klinghoffer, released on November 23, 2004 on Record Collection. The fifth in a series of six releases Frusciante issued, from June 2004 to February 2005, the album is composed mainly of electronica-based material. Frusciante notes, "It's electronic music, but much more raw.

2004 albums John Frusciante albums

Barfii is an upcoming Indian romantic comedy film directed by Anurag Basu. The film stars Ranbir Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra and Ileana D'Cruz in lead roles. It is expected to be released on July 13, 2012. The title was earlier credited as Khamoshi and Silence, but it was later changed.

Indian films Hindi-language films 2012 films
Blast of Silence

Blast of Silence is an American crime/thriller film released in 1961. It was written and directed by Allen Baron and produced by Merrill Brody who was also the cinematographer.

American films 1960s crime films Crime thriller films 1961 films English-language films Film noir
Beat (filmmaking)

A beat is a term used to describe the timing and movement of a film or play. In the context of a screenplay, it usually represents a pause in dialogue. In the context of the timing of a film, a beat refers to an event, decision, or discovery that alters the way the protagonist pursues his or her goal.

Film techniques Narratology
Setsugekka (The End of Silence)/Zan

Setsugekka (The End of Silence)/Zan is Japanese recording artist Gackt's thirty-sixth single. It was released on December 9, 2009 by his record label DEARS. Both A-sides are theme songs for the video game Samurai Warriors 3.

Gackt songs 2009 singles
Code of Silence (film)

Code of Silence is a 1985 cult action film directed by Andrew Davis and starring Chuck Norris. It was typical for the genre and the star but filmed on location in Chicago with a few sub-plots. It featured Norris as Sgt. Eddie Cusack, a streetwise plainclothes officer who takes down a crime czar / drug lord responsible for officers being wounded in a botched drug raid. In the film's climax Norris teams with a more than menacing crime-fighting robot named "Prowler".

Films shot in Chicago, Illinois 1980s action films American action thriller films Films set in Chicago, Illinois Orion Pictures films Police detective films English-language films 1985 films
Right to silence in England and Wales

The right to silence in England and Wales is the protection given to a person during criminal proceedings from adverse consequences of remaining silent. It is sometimes referred to as the privilege against self-incrimination. It is used on any occasion when it is considered the person(s) being spoken to is under suspicion of potential criminal proceedings.

English criminal law Criminal procedure
World Gone Crazy (The Screaming Jets album)

World Gone Crazy is the fourth album by the Australian band The Screaming Jets. Singles that were taken of this album were Eve Of Destruction and October Grey (AUS#55-May 98).

1997 albums Screaming Jets albums
Broken Silence (Foxy Brown album)

Broken Silence is the third full-length studio album and fourth recording by American female hip-hop artist Foxy Brown. It was released on July 17, 2001. This is currently Foxy's only album to be released in in 2000's, being her latest studio album.

1999 albums Foxy Brown albums
Silence Mabuza

Silence Mabuza is a professional boxer in the bantamweight division, and as of Jan. 6, 2008, is a former two time holder of the International Boxing Organization's world Bantamweight title. Mabuza, who reportedly had more than 400 amateur bouts, started his pro career on Nov. 28, 1999, with a second-round TKO of Masinghita Hlungwane (lifetime record 1-3) at Portuguese Hall, in Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa.

South African boxers Living people 1977 births
What Silence Knows

What Silence Knows is the debut solo album by the British singer Shara Nelson. Released in September 1993, it peaked at no. 22 on the UK Albums Chart and was later certified Gold by the British Phonographic Industry for sales in excess of 100,000 copies. The album was shortlisted for the 1994 Mercury Music Prize.

1993 albums Shara Nelson albums
Surrounded by Silence

My Secret is My Silence

My Secret is My Silence is the debut studio album by Idlewild lead vocalist Roddy Woomble, released 24 July 2006, on Pure Records. The album, produced by John McCusker, features tracks co-written by McCusker, Rod Jones, Michael Angus and Karine Polwart as well as the vocals of folk singer, Kate Rusby. Regarding the album, Woomble states that: "the barriers were down so I could do whatever I wanted.

Roddy Woomble albums 2006 albums
Spiral of silence

The spiral of silence is a political science and mass communication theory propounded by the German political scientist Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann. Spiral of silence theory describes the process by which one opinion becomes dominant as those who perceive their opinion to be in the minority do not speak up because they fear isolation from society.

Silence Communication Theories Media studies Crowd psychology Social psychology Polling terms Shunning
Eternal Silence (sculpture)

Eternal Silence, alternatively known as the Dexter Graves Monument or the Statue of Death, is a monument in Chicago's Graceland Cemetery. It is a bronze sculpture set on and backdropped by black granite. It was created by American sculptor Lorado Taft in 1909.

Bronze sculptures Sculptures by Lorado Taft Burials at Graceland Cemetery (Chicago) 1909 sculptures Outdoor sculptures in Chicago, Illinois
Structures from Silence

Structures from Silence (1984) is the third album by the American ambient musician Steve Roach. This is his first purely textural album, with a smooth, dark, gentle atmosphere unlike any of his other albums. A remastered version of this album, with a different cover, was released in 2001 by Projekt.

1984 albums Steve Roach albums
Hymns to the Silence

Hymns to the Silence is the twenty-first album by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison, released in 1991 It peaked at No. 5 in the UK. It was his first ever studio double album.

Van Morrison albums 1991 albums Mercury Records albums Albums produced by Van Morrison
Behind Silence and Solitude

Behind Silence and Solitude is the first studio album by the American metalcore band All That Remains, released on March 26, 2002. The record's rarity has increased greatly since its release. It is the only All That Remains album with guitarist Chris Bartlett and bass guitarist Dan Egan. A re-issued, remastered version of the album, with all new artwork, was released on October 9, 2007. The artwork was designed by Killswitch Engage bass guitarist Mike D'Antonio.

Metal Blade Records albums All That Remains albums 2002 debut albums Albums produced by Adam Dutkiewicz Prosthetic Records albums
Silence Dogood

Silence Dogood was a false persona used by Benjamin Franklin to get his work published.

Pseudonymous writers Benjamin Franklin Letters (message)
The Legend of Rita

Die Stille nach dem Schuß or The Silence after the Shot is a 2000 German film that was released in English as The Legend of Rita (the website IMDB calls this choice of title translation "unfortunate"). It is an account of fictionalised exiled West German radical left Red Army Faction members, though the fictional characters all have close parallels to several real-life RAF members.

Films set in Germany Films set in the 1980s 2000 films Red Army Faction Films about the Berlin Wall Films directed by Volker Schlöndorff Films set in the 1970s German films
End the Silence

End The Silence is the second album by New Zealand band Blindspott, released in 2006. Citing a desire to avoid sounding similar to Nu-metal acts from the U.S. , and the departure of the former bassist and DJ of the band, Blindspott's second album departs somewhat from the format of their first release. End The Silence has no rapping or scratching, and only small amounts of sampling. Pre-orders for the album were signed by the band members, and came with a free Blindspott wallet.

Heavy metal albums by New Zealand artists 2006 albums
Twelve Year Silence

Twelve Year Silence is Dark New Day's first album. It was released on June 14, 2005 by Warner Bros. Records. The first single, "Brother", received moderate airplay on radio, and has proven to be a surprise hit. It also appeared on the Xbox 360 Custom Mix. The song "Pieces" was in the soundtrack for WWE Smackdown! vs. Raw 2006.

2005 debut albums
Where Silence Has Lease

"Where Silence Has Lease" is the 28th episode of the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. The second episode of the second season.

Star Trek: The Next Generation episodes 1988 television episodes
Out of Silence

Out of Silence is Yanni's third album, released on the Private Music label in 1987. It was during this year that Yanni was putting together his first touring band which included Joyce Imbesi and John Tesh on keyboards, and Charlie Adams on drums. The album was reissued in 2009 by Valley Entertainment.

Yanni albums 1987 albums
In Silence

Leave in Silence

"Leave in Silence" is the sixth UK single by Depeche Mode, originally released on 16 August 1982. It is the first Depeche Mode single in the UK with the "Bong" label, which is still used to this day. It is also the first Depeche Mode song to have more than one remix. "Leave in Silence" appears in four versions. The single is the A Broken Frame version with the small interlude at the end removed.

1982 singles Songs about nuclear war and weapons Songs written by Martin Gore Depeche Mode songs
Cultural silence

Cultural silence was the boycott, ordered in January 1942 by the Slovene Liberation Front (OF), of all cultural activities and events connected with the occupation of Slovenia, because the occupational authorities limited or forbade cultural activities in Slovene. It was symbolically announced at a concert in the Union Auditorium in Ljubljana with the popular song Linden Tree Became Green (Lipa zelenela je).

Cultural history of Slovenia Political history of Slovenia Slovene Resistance Cultural politics 1942 in Slovenia Slovenia in World War II

HIJOS is an acronym for Hijos por la Identidad y la Justicia contra el Olvido y el Silencio . It is the name of organizations of the children of people who were "disappeared" in Argentina and in Guatemala. The Argentine organization was founded in 1995 in Córdoba and La Plata. The Guatemalan organization, founded in 1999 and based in Guatemala City, has received many death threats from government sympathizers.

Human rights organisations based in Argentina Human rights organizations based in Guatemala
Echoes of Silence

Echoes of Silence is the third mixtape by Canadian artist, The Weeknd, released December 21, 2011 via his official website. The release follows his Polaris Music Prize-nominated debut release House of Balloons and his second album Thursday, both released earlier the same year. The project is the final installment in the trilogy of free albums released by The Weeknd in 2011. The album was preceded by the release of the single, "Initiation".

The Weeknd albums
The Silence of the Hams

The Silence of the Hams aka Il Silenzio dei Prosciutti (1994) is a comedy movie directed and written by Ezio Greggio and features an image-by-image parody of Thriller. It is a parody of many horror movies, notably The Silence of the Lambs and Psycho. The comedy in this parody, aside from movie parodies, is largely driven by word-play, sight gags, and running jokes. As a curiosity, there is a Mel Brooks cameo in this film.

Italian films Independent films American films 1994 films English-language films Parody films
A Question of Silence

A Question of Silence (Dutch: De stilte rond Christine M. ) is a 1982 Dutch drama film written and directed by Marleen Gorris. It stars Edda Barends as Christine M. The plot is about three women, are strangers to each other, who kill a man they do not know.

Films directed by Marleen Gorris 1980s drama films Dutch-language films Dutch films Dutch drama films 1982 films English-language films
Buy Now... Saved Later

Buy Now... Saved Later is One Minute Silence's second album, the follow-up to Available In All Colours. It was released in 2000 on V2 Records and was dedicated "to the memory of Neville Anthony Lynch". In contrast to the hip-hop-metal tinge the first album had, Buy Now... Saved Later has a more traditional guitar-metal sound, produced by Colin Richardson.

2000 albums V2 Records albums One Minute Silence albums
Dylan Kight

Dylan Kight (born September 4, 1984) is an American singer-songwriter Known as the "lost" record. What should have been the debut record for Dylan Kight became one of his first tests as an artist. It took over 8 months to record and consisted of about 30 songs. The record was almost mixed when the record was lost. It was recorded on 2 inch analog tape and then transferred to Pro Tools HD to maximize mixing capabilities.

American musicians Living people 1984 births
Beyond Silence (1996 film)

Beyond Silence (German: Jenseits der Stille) is a 1996 German film directed by Caroline Link.

German-language films Films set in Germany 1996 films German drama films German Sign Language films German films
Broken by Silence

Broken by Silence is the first studio EP by British synthpop band Mirrors. The EP was first available during the Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark tour in Germany in November 2010 for which Mirrors were the support act. The EP was later made available on the Skint Records website due to popular demand. The EP contains nine tracks of which six are original Mirrors recordings (including three B-sides), two are remixes and one is a cover by Laura Cantrell.

2010 EPs
Serving in Silence

The Ocean Fracture

The Ocean Fracture were a post-hardcore band based in Glasgow, comprising Steven Gillies (Vocals, guitar), Paul McArthur (Guitar, vocals, other), Wes McCallum (bass) and Sean Campbell (drums).

Musical groups from Glasgow Scottish rock music groups British post-hardcore musical groups Experimental rock groups
Silence Day

Silence Day is the name, the followers of Meher Baba give to their practice of commemorating July 10 of each year by maintaining verbal silence for twenty-four hours. From July 10, 1925 until his death in 1969, Meher Baba was silent. He communicated first by using an alphabet board, and later by hand gestures which were interpreted and spoken out by one of his mandali (devoted disciples), usually by his disciple Eruch Jessawala.

Meher Baba Religious holidays
Peace and Silence

Peace and Silence was an American heavy metal group formed in Seattle, Washington in the early 1990s. Its members were singer Travis Bracht, guitarists Rich Henry and Tim Lynch, bassist Chuck Miller, and drummer Fred Kitchens. They recorded many songs but only released one eight-track album titled Fathom That through Primal Records in 1993. The group broke up in 1995 but reunited for a one-time show a decade later and its members have since continued working together on other projects.

Heavy metal musical groups from Washington (state) Musical groups established in 1990 Musical groups from Seattle, Washington Musical quintets American hard rock musical groups American rock music groups Musical groups disestablished in 1995
Speech of Silence

Speech of Silence is a TVB modern drama series broadcast in June 2008.

TVB television programmes
La Ruda

La Ruda is an alternative rock group from Saumur, France formed in 1993. The group was initially called La Ruda Salska, a name inspired by the Polish town: Ruda Śląska; but also by their musical tastes (rock, ska, salsa), and the type of music they produced. In 2003, after over 10 years of performing as La Ruda Salska, four albums, one of which was live, and nearly 500 concerts, they opted to shorten their name to "La Ruda".

French punk rock groups French musical groups French ska groups
Wake Up (Suicide Silence song)

Wake Up is a song by American extreme metal band Suicide Silence. It was released as the first single from their second album No Time to Bleed through Century Media Records on December 29, 2009 as an iTunes-only digital release.

Century Media Records EPs 2009 singles
The Towers of Silence

The Towers of Silence is the 1971 novel by Paul Scott that continues his Raj Quartet. It gets its title from the Parsi Towers of Silence where the bodies of the dead are left to be picked clean by vultures. The novel is set in the British Raj of 1940s India. It follows on from the storyline in the The Day of the Scorpion.

British India 1971 novels Novels set in India Novels by Paul Scott British novels Historical novels
Silence of the Grave

Silence of the Grave is a crime novel by Icelandic writer Arnaldur Indriðason. Set in Reykjavík, the novel forms part of the author's regionally popular Murder Mystery Series, which star Detective Erlendur. Originally published in Icelandic in 2001, the English translation by Bernard Scudder, in 2005, won the British Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger award for best crime novel of the year. The novel has the distinction of being the last ever to do so, as the award was renamed in 2006.

2001 novels Novels by Arnaldur Indriðason
Tiempo de Silencio

Tiempo de Silencio (English: Time of Silence) is a 1986 Spanish film directed by Vicente Aranda adapted from a well-regarded novel written by Luis Martín-Santos. It stars Imanol Arias, Victoria Abril and Francisco Rabal. Set in the 1940s, in the early days of the Franco’s regime, the plot follows the story of an ambitious doctor who is accused of killing a woman while he tried to save her life after a botched abortion.

1980s drama films 1986 films Spanish films Films directed by Vicente Aranda Spanish-language films
Silence Becomes It

Silence Becomes It was the debut album for Portuguese pop / alternative music band Silence 4, launched in June 1998. The album had a huge success in Portugal, reaching a six-time platinum album level (240 000 unities sold), but didn't have the international success that some critics and fans predicted. The album has 15 songs, including a hidden track, and two versions of "A Little Respect" by Erasure.

1998 albums Silence 4 albums
Silence Is Madness

Silence is Madness is the third album by the American heavy metal band Bride, released in 1989. This was the last album in the band's metal era, as the band began writing more commercial hard rock on the following releases. On Silence is Madness, Bride also tried to achieve crossover success to the secular market, as they wrote slightly less Christian-based lyrics than before. Despite the changes, this album did not sell notably better than their previous releases.

1989 albums Bride albums
Five Kinds of Silence

Five Kinds of Silence is an in-yer-face theatre play by the playwright Shelagh Stephenson. It tells the story of a family living under the power of the vicious Billy, who physically, emotionally, and sexually abuses his wife, Mary, and children, Susan and Janet. The stage play is adapted from the radio production of the same name.

Theatre in the United Kingdom British plays British drama
The Silence (song)

"The Silence" is a song by British recording artist Alexandra Burke from her debut studio album Overcome (2009). The song was written by Bilal Hajji and Savan Kotecha, along with the song's producer Nadir "RedOne" Khayat. The song was released as a promotional single in anticipation of the re-release of Overcome (2010).

2010 singles Pop ballads Rhythm and blues songs Songs produced by RedOne Songs written by RedOne Alexandra Burke songs British pop songs Songs written by Savan Kotecha 2009 songs
The Silence (2010 drama)

The Silence is a BBC One 4-part prime-time crime thriller/family drama about a deaf girl who witnesses a murder, first broadcast between 12–15 July 2010. The drama stars deaf actress Genevieve Barr (in her first major role following her successful screen debut in Channel 4's The Amazing Dermot), alongside Dervla Kirwan, Gina McKee, Hugh Bonneville and Douglas Henshall. It was directed by Dearbhla Walsh.

Television shows set in Bristol BBC television dramas 2010 British television programme endings 2010 British television programme debuts
Silence Screams

Silence Screams is the 10th release, and eighth studio album, by American Christian rock band Resurrection Band (known at this point as REZ), released in 1988.

Resurrection Band albums 1988 albums
The Moment of Silence

The Moment of Silence is an investigative thriller adventure game developed in 2004 by German video game developer House of Tales.

Adventure games 2004 video games Windows games Video games set in New York City Video games developed in Germany Point-and-click adventure games
Songs of Silence

Songs of Silence is a live album by Finnish power metal band Sonata Arctica. Both Japanese and Korean versions have an exclusive cover art and one bonus track, and their first edition had a bonus CD containing 3 tracks.

Sonata Arctica albums Double live albums 2002 live albums
A Scream from Silence

A Scream from Silence (French: Mourir à tue-tête) is a 1979 Canadian drama film directed by Anne Claire Poirier. It competed in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1979 Cannes Film Festival.

French-language films Films directed by Anne Claire Poirier Canadian films National Film Board of Canada films 1979 films Feminist films 1970s drama films Rape in films
Sweet Silence Studios

Sweet Silence Studios, at 85 Strandlodsvej, DK-2300 Copenhagen S, or DK-2400 Copenhagen NV, in Copenhagen, Denmark is a recording studio originally built by Danish engineers Freddy Hansson, Stig Kreutzfeldt, and Flemming Rasmussen in February 1976. A variety of artists have recorded there, including Cat Stevens, Gasolin, Ole Prehm, Metallica, C.V. Jørgensen and Kliché.

Recording studios
Sentinels of Silence

Sentinels of Silence (Spanish: Centinelas del silencio) is a 1971 short documentary film on ancient Mexican civilizations. The film was directed and written by Mexican filmmaker Robert Amram, and is notable for being the first and only short film to win two Academy Awards.

1970s documentary films Best Documentary Short Subject Academy Award winners Paramount Pictures short films 1970s short films Mexican films Spanish-language films Live Action Short Film Academy Award winners Mexican short films 1971 films Short documentary films Mexican documentary films
The Silence

Election silence

Election silence, pre-election silence, electoral silence, or campaign silence is a ban on political campaigning prior to a presidential or general election. Legally, election silence is a restriction of freedom of speech. It is however used in some of the world's democracies "in order to balance out the campaigning and maintain a free voting environment".

Elections terminology Election campaigning
Two Minutes Silence (1933 film)

Two Minutes Silence is a 1933 Australian melodrama set during World War I based on Les Haylen's anti-war play. It was the fourth and last feature film by the Sydney-based McDonagh sisters, Paulette, Isobel and Phyllis, who called it "by far the best picture we produced". It is considered Australia's first anti-war movie and is a lost film.

Australian films Lost films 1930s drama films Films based on plays 1933 films Australian drama films Films directed by Paulette McDonagh World War I films
The Rest Is Silence (film)

The Rest Is Silence (German: Der Rest ist Schweigen) is a 1959 West German crime film directed by Helmut Käutner. It was entered into the 9th Berlin International Film Festival.

West German films 1950s crime films German-language films Black-and-white films Films directed by Helmut Käutner 1959 films
Silence Is Golden

Silence Is Golden (EP)

Silence is Golden EP is A Thorn for Every Heart's first EP. It consist of either seven or six tracks, depending on what version EP it is. The first version has an extra track at the beginning titled "Introduction. " On later versions, this track has been combined with the second track "Next Of Kin."

A Thorn for Every Heart albums 2004 EPs
Crystal Silence

Crystal Silence is an album by Chick Corea and Gary Burton. It was recorded in November 1972 and produced by Manfred Eicher for ECM Records. The album was followed up in 2008 with The New Crystal Silence.

Albums produced by Manfred Eicher Gary Burton albums Chick Corea albums 1973 albums
Zwei Frauen

Zwei Frauen is a 1989 German dramatic film. (Though made in Germany it is set in America and features an American cast with all English dialogue. ) The film stars Jami Gertz, George Peppard, Bruce Payne and Rip Torn.

1980s drama films American films 1989 films
Radio Silence Productions

Radio Silence is a quartet of filmmakers based in Los Angeles. Known for their previous work as Chad, Matt & Rob, the group directed a segment in the feature film "V/H/S" which premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.

American directors
Breaking the Wall of Silence

Breaking the Wall of Silence (BWS) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) in Windhoek, Namibia. It is named after Siegfried GrothTemplate:`s book Namibia – Breaking the Wall of Silence, and was formed at the occasion of the book's release in 1996. BWS advocates for the rights of those detained by SWAPO during the Namibian War of Independence. Kalla Gertze was the first president of this organisation.

1996 establishments Non-governmental organizations based in Namibia Windhoek
End of Silence (Red album)

End of Silence is the debut album by the Christian alternative metal band Red, released on June 6, 2006. According to Billboard, the album made it up to position 194 on its top 200 album chart. Every single from the album released to radio made it to at least the Top 5 on ChristianRock. net. "Breathe Into Me", "Let Go", "Lost", and "Break Me Down" reached No. 1 on their chart, but Already Over reached No. 2. As of 2011, the album has sold over 400,000 copies.

Red (band) albums 2006 albums
The Rest Is Silence

All Ends in Silence

All Ends In Silence is the second full studio album by the Finnish gothic/doom metal group Dark the Suns. It was recorded by Arttu Sarvanne at Studio Watercastle. The album was mixed by Arttu Sarvanne and mastered by Mika Jussila at Finnvox Studios. All music is written by the guitarist/vocalist Mikko and the bass guitarist Inka.

2009 albums
Sounds of Silence

Silence Is Talking

"Silence is Talking" is a song by Reverend and the Makers in 2009 from their second album, A French Kiss in the Chaos. It was released on 13 July 2009, just a day after the Sheffield band supported Oasis on their stadium tour.

2009 singles
The Price of Silence (EP)

The Price of Silence is a song written to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights featuring a number of well-known world musicians. The song was produced by Andres Levin in coordination with Link TV: Television Without Borders. The net proceeds from the sale of the song will go to fund Amnesty International.

All-star recordings United Nations media 2008 EPs Charity albums
The Silence of the Clamps

"The Silence of the Clamps" is the fourteenth episode of the sixth season of the animated sitcom Futurama, and originally aired July 14, 2011 on Comedy Central. The episode was written by Eric Rogers and directed by Frank Marino. In the episode, Bender witnesses a brutal "clamping" committed by the Robot Mafia and is forced into witness protection after his identity is accidentally revealed.

2011 television episodes Futurama (season 6) episodes Television series about the Moon
Silence (1971 film)

Silence is a 1971 Japanese drama film directed by Masahiro Shinoda based on the novel of the same name by Shusaku Endo on the entry of Jesuit missionaries to seventeenth century Japan. Mainly with Japanese dialogue, it has short sequences in English. It was entered into the 1972 Cannes Film Festival.

Japanese-language films Films based on novels Japanese films Films directed by Masahiro Shinoda 1970s drama films 1971 films
Silence Becomes You

Silence Becomes You is a 2005 British thriller film starring Alicia Silverstone, Sienna Guillory and Joe Anderson.

British films Films shot in Lithuania 2005 films 2000s thriller films English-language films
Land of Silence and Darkness

Land of Silence and Darkness (Land des Schweigens und der Dunkelheit) is a 1971 documentary film by German director Werner Herzog. Produced by Werner Herzog Filmproduktion.

West German films 1970s documentary films German-language films Documentary films about people with disabilities Tactile signing-language films German documentary films 1971 films German Sign Language films
The Torture of Silence

The Torture of Silence is a 1917 silent French drama film directed by Abel Gance.

French-language films French films French silent films 1910s drama films Black-and-white films 1917 films Films directed by Abel Gance
Watching in Silence

Watching in Silence is a 2003 release by Circle II Circle. It was the band's first release, and featured guest appearances from lead vocalist Zachary Stevens's former band mates from Savatage, Jon Oliva and Chris Caffery, who co-wrote many of the songs on the album.

2003 albums AFM Records albums Circle II Circle albums
The Forests of Silence

The Forests of Silence was written by Emily Rodda, and is the first book in the eight-volume Deltora Quest series. It was awarded "Notable Series in Children's Book of the Year Awards 2001: Younger Readers". The first book focused on Lief and his companions in a search for the seven missing gems of Deltora in the Forests of Silence.

Fictional forests 2000 novels Australian children's novels Children's fantasy novels Deltora
Silence Studio

Silence Studio is a Swedish recording studio in the small town of Koppom, owned by recording-technician/producer Anders Lind. The studio has been the location of many recordings of Swedish and Norwegian artists. This is an incomplete list of examples.

Recording studios in Sweden
White Silence

White Silence is the fifth studio album by the American rock band Cave In. The album was released on May 24, 2011 through Hydra Head Records. White Silence was listed as one of Decibel magazine's most anticipated albums of 2011. White Silence ranked at number 17 on the US Billboard Top Heatseekers chart.

Cave In albums 2011 albums Albums with cover art by Aaron Turner Hydra Head Records albums
When Silence Falls

When Silence Falls is the second Christian music album by Tim Hughes.

Tim Hughes albums 2004 albums Survivor Records albums
The Color of Silence

The Color of Silence is the fifth regular studio album by Tiffany, released on November 7, 2000. It represented a "comeback" for Tiffany, being her first studio album released in seven years, and the first released in the United States in ten years. It was released after Tiffany returned to southern California after living in Nashville, Tennessee for several years in an unsuccessful attempt to establish a career in country music; she never released any country albums until 2011's Rose Tattoo.

2000 albums Tiffany albums
Silence Teaches You How to Sing

Silence Teaches You How to Sing is an EP by Norwegian avant-garde band Ulver.

Ulver albums 2000 EPs
No Silence

No Silence is the fifth studio album released by German DJ and producer, ATB. It was released in 2004 and includes hits such as "Marrakech", "Ecstasy" and "Here with Me" (all featuring vocals by Tiff Lacey). These three songs were released as singles, with promotional videos for the first two. The first two singles were released from the album No Silence, while "Here With Me" was released from The DJ 2 in the Mix, ATB's second DJ mix compilation.

2004 albums ATB albums
Sin by Silence

Sin by Silence is a domestic violence documentary film by Olivia Klaus that offers a unique gateway into the lives of women who are the tragedies living worst-case scenarios and survivors - women who have killed their abusive husbands. Based on the first inmate-initiated and led support group in the entire United States prison system, the film reveals the history and stories of the members of the group Convicted Women Against Abuse created by inmate Brenda Clubine in 1989.

Independent films 2009 films American documentary films Domestic violence Documentary films about violence against women
Into the Silence (Torchwood)

Into the Silence is a BBC Books original novel written by Sarah Pinborough and based on the British science fiction television, Doctor Who spin-off series Torchwood. It is set after the conclusion of the second series. It only features the characters of Captain Jack, Gwen Cooper and Ianto Jones.

BBC Books books Torchwood novels Novels set in Cardiff British novels 2009 novels
Forcing Out the Silence

Forcing Out the Silence is the first EP by American art rock band Junius. It was originally released by Radar Recordings on January 1, 2004, but was later re-released on September 9, 2008 in its original packaging.

Debut EPs 2004 EPs Junius albums
Silence (Tara MacLean album)

Silence is the debut album by Canadian singer/songwriter Tara MacLean, released in 1996.

Tara MacLean albums 1996 debut albums Nettwerk Records albums
End of Silence

Silence (play)

Silence is a short play by Harold Pinter first performed in 1969.

Plays by Harold Pinter British plays
Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace

An Answer from the Silence

An Answer from the Silence (German: Antwort aus der Stille) is a 1937 novel by the Swiss writer Max Frisch. It tells the story of a young man who escapes to the Swiss Alps ten days before his wedding. The book has the subtitle A Story from the Mountains (Eine Erzählung aus den Bergen).

1937 novels Swiss novels German-language novels Novels by Max Frisch
Remove Silence

Remove Silence is a Brazilian hard rock band from Sao Paulo, Brazil formed in 2007. Founded by Hugo Mariutti, Ale Souza, Fabio Ribeiro formerly of Brazilian band Shaman and Edu Cominato. Remove Silence released their debut album Fade on September 2009 on the Dynamo Records label in Brazil.

Brazilian heavy metal musical groups Musical groups established in 2007 Brazilian rock music groups Musical quartets
Breaking the Silence (album)

Breaking the Silence is the first album by the American thrash metal band Heathen released in 1987 by Combat Records.

Heathen albums 1987 albums
The Black Crown

The Black Crown is the third full-length album by extreme metal band Suicide Silence, which was released July 12, 2011 through Century Media Records. With anticipation for their third full-length after the release of No Time to Bleed, Suicide Silence prepared recording for The Black Crown on a course of several months starting from the beginning of 2010 with writing ideas and plans before their arrival to the studio for recording in 2011.

Century Media Records albums 2011 albums Albums produced by Steve Evetts Suicide Silence albums
Radio Silence (Blue Peter album)

Radio Silence is the first full-length album by the Toronto-based new wave band Blue Peter . Released in 1980, it contained the moderately successful single "Video Verite", as well as the eponymous single "Radio Silence", known for its simple "dying keyboard" riff. The album ranked 60th in CFNY's Top 80 Albums of 1980.

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The End of Silence

The End of Silence is the fifth release and the third full-length album by Rollins Band, led by former Black Flag singer Henry Rollins. The album's cover features a sort of mascot for the band, a stylized drawing of the sun identical to the one tattooed on Rollins' back. The album's liner notes credit the artwork to famed California tattoo artist Rick Spellman, who also tattooed musicians from Danzig, Samhain, and Misfits.

Rollins Band albums Albums produced by Andy Wallace 1992 albums
The Silence of Joan

The Silence of Joan is a 2011 French historical film directed by Philippe Ramos and starring Clémence Poésy, Thierry Frémont and Liam Cunningham. The film depicts the period between Joan of Arc's capture and her execution in 1431. The film appeared in the Directors' Fortnight at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.

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Le Silence de la Cité

Teachings in Silence

Teachings in Silence is a compilation by Norwegian avant-garde band Ulver. It combines the previous two EPs, Silence Teaches You How to Sing and Silencing the Singing, back-to-back. Originally released in 2002 in a limited run of 1000 copies, however an unlimited release was made available in 2003.

Ulver albums 2002 compilation albums
City of Silence

City of Silence is a three-issue comic book limited series written by Warren Ellis and drawn by Gary Erskine.

Joint Task Force Aztec Silence

Joint Task Force Aztec Silence is a United States Department of Defense task force conducting anti-terrorism operations. In testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee on 1 March 2005, then-United States European Command commander General James L. Jones said: EUCOM established Joint Task Force AZTEC SILENCE under the Commander of the U.S.

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The Silence of Dean Maitland (1914 film)

The Silence of Dean Maitland is a 1914 Australian silent film directed by Raymond Longford. It is an adaptation of the novel by Maxwell Gray which was later filmed by Ken G. Hall in 1934. It is considered a lost film.

Australian films Black-and-white films Australian silent films Australian drama films 1913 films
Silence of the Lamb (Veronica Mars)

"Silence of the Lamb" is episode 11 of season 1 of the television show Veronica Mars.

Veronica Mars episodes 2005 television episodes
A Wall of Silence

A Wall of Silence (Spanish: Un Muro de Silencio) is a 1993 Argentine drama film starring Vanessa Redgrave. The film concerns a turbulent period in Argentine history, the National Reorganization Process as well as the responsibility of artists in engaging and interpreting human stories from this period. It was directed by Lita Stantic and released theatrically in Argentina on 10 June 1993. It was also screened later that year at the Toronto International Film Festival.

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Silence = Death

Silence = Death is a 1990 documentary film directed, written and produced by Rosa von Praunheim. The film centers on the response of some New York City's artist to the AIDS epidemic. The interviewed includes East Village artist David Wojnarowicz, poet Allen Ginsberg, artists Keith Haring, Peter Kunz, Bern Boyle and many others.

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The New Crystal Silence

The New Crystal Silence is a 2008 live Jazz album by Chick Corea and Gary Burton. It was released in a 2-disc set. The first disc was recorded May 10 & 12, 2007 at the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall. The second disc was recorded on July 7, 2007 at Bjornsonhuset in Molde, Norway, except for the track "Señor Mouse", which was recorded July 13, 2007 at the Auditorio de Tenerife in Canary Island, Spain.

Gary Burton albums 2008 live albums Chick Corea live albums Double live albums Albums recorded at the Sydney Opera House Collaborative albums
Close to the Silence

Close to the Silence was the debut album by the Nashville, Tennessee-based band Llama. It was recorded in Nashville over a two-year period while the three original members of the band (Ben Morton, Neil Mason, and Ben Brown) were finishing high school. One song from the album, "Too Much Too Soon," was included on the soundtrack to the 2002 film Swimfan. "Too Much Too Soon" also appeared in the 2002 film Van Wilder.

MCA Records albums 2001 debut albums Llama albums
Silence Is Golden (film)

Silence Is Golden is a 15 minute award winning film written and directed by Chris Shepherd and produced by Maria Manton. Set in 1970s Britain, it tells the story of a 10 year old boy's obsession with his seemingly simple minded neighbour Dennis. The film mixes live action with various form of animation, including stop frame, drawn 2D. The complex mixture of styles enables Shepherd to show Billy's fantasies and inner thoughts on screen.

American films Animated short films English-language films 2000s drama films 2000s short films 2006 films
Awkward Silence Recordings

Awkward Silence Recordings is an independent record label located in Staplehurst, Kent, England. It has released EPs for artists including Isan, Arovane, Part Chimp, Tarentel, Papa M and Nautilis.

Companies based in Kent British independent record labels English record labels
Void of Silence

Void of Silence is a heavy metal band from Italy, formed in 1999 by Riccardo Conforti and Ivan Zara. They combine the pace, distortion, and bass-heaviness of funeral doom metal with the grim atmosphere of dark ambient music.

Italian doom metal musical groups Musical trios Musical groups established in 1999
Cry of Silence

"Cry of Silence" is an episode of the original The Outer Limits television show. It first aired on 24 October 1964, during the second season.

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The Edge of Silence

The Edge of Silence is the fifth album by Solas, released in 2002 on the Shanachie Records label.

Solas albums 2002 albums
Feast of Silence

Feast of Silence is the fourth album release by Vas. It was released after the band came off a hiatus spent recording solo endeavours.

2004 albums Vas (band) albums Narada Productions albums
Radio Silence

Desiderata (album)

Desiderata is an album by Madder Mortem, released in 2006. It was their first CD release on Peaceville Records. The album spawned a digital single, "My Name Is Silence". A video was also shot for the single.

Madder Mortem albums 2006 albums
Darker Than Silence

Darker Than Silence is the 6th studio album by the South African gothic rock band The Awakening, released in 2004.

2004 albums The Awakening albums
Radio Silence (Boris Grebenshchikov album)

Radio Silence is an album by Boris Grebenshchikov, leader of the Russian group Aquarium. The album was recorded in 1989 in studios in the U.S. , UK, and Canada, mostly with Western musicians, and produced by David A. Stewart. It was hailed as the first contract of a Russian (then, Soviet) rock musician with a Western label. Having by then achieved the status of the most prominent rock musician in Russia, Boris had just recently been permitted to travel abroad.

1989 albums Boris Grebenshchikov albums
Silence suppression

The term silence suppression is used in telephony to describe the process of not transmitting information over the network when one of the parties involved in a telephone call is not speaking, thereby reducing bandwidth usage. Voice is carried over a digital telephone network by converting the analog signal to a digital signal which is then packetized and sent electronically over the network. The analogue signal is re-created at the receiving end of the network.

Silence on the Wire

Silence on the Wire: A Field Guide to Passive Reconnaissance and Indirect Attacks is the title of a book by Michał Zalewski on some network-silent methods of information gathering as they relate to computer security. No Starch Press published the book in April, 2005. The following is a description of the book from No Starch Press' web site.

Technical books No Starch Press books 2005 books
Silence (TV series)

Silence is a 2006 Taiwanese drama starring Vic Chou of F4, Korean actress Park Eun-hye, Cantopop singer Andy Hui and Kingone Wang. It was produced by Comic Ritz International Production (可米瑞智國際藝能有限公司) and Chai Zhi Ping and Hsiao Yi (蕭定一) as producers and directed by Zhang Zhong (張中一) It was first boardcasted in Taiwan on free-to-air China Television (CTV) (中視) from 21 May 2006 to 24 September 2006, on Sundays at 22:00. It was also shown on cable TV Eastern Television (ETTV) (東森電視).

Taiwanese dramas
Shores of Silence

Shores of Silence: Whale Sharks in India is a landmark film by Mike Pandey which brought about major legislative changes to protect whale sharks worldwide. This documentary depicts the needless killing and harvesting of whale sharks by poor Indian communities. In response to the film, the Indian government introduced legislature to ban fishing of whale sharks, declaring them endangered species and protecting them under the Wildlife Protection Act of 1972.

Documentary films about animal rights Indian documentary films Films about sharks 2000 films Documentary films about environmental issues
The Silence Group

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Sacred Silence

Pianese Nunzio, 14 anni a maggio is a 1996 Italian film directed by Antonio Capuano that deals with a Catholic priest, his pederastic relationship with a Napolitan street boy, and the domination of daily life in Southern Italy by the Camorra. The title translates as Pianese Nunzio, 14 in May and the movie was released in the USA with the title Sacred Silence.

Italian drama films Italian-language films 1996 films Films set in Naples 1990s drama films Italian LGBT-related films Films about the Camorra Pederastic films
And Then There Was Silence

"And Then There Was Silence" is a single by the German power metal band Blind Guardian, released in 2001, as well as the final track off of their A Night at the Opera album. The song is based on The Iliad by Homer and on the Aeneid by Virgil, and narrates the final days of Troy, as foreseen by Cassandra, daughter of the king of the destroyed city. The song is so intricate and features so many tracks that it alone required as much production time as the rest of the A Night at the Opera album.

Blind Guardian songs 2001 singles
Black Silence

Black Silence is a book by American author Paul Polansky, dealing with the testimony of the survivors of the Lety concentration camp in today's Czech Republic. A series of testimonies in the survivors' own words are given in the book, and translations from the native Romany were given by a number of translators.

History books about World War II Memoirs of imprisonment
Moment of Silence (poem)

Moment of Silence is a poem by Emmanuel Ortiz published on September 11, 2002, the first anniversary of the September 11th, 2001 attacks. The poem discussed the history of colonialism, neocolonialism, imperialism, the War on Terror, environmental racism, and structural violence as well as the attacks. The poem begins: "Before I start this poem, I'd like to ask you to join me In a moment of silence In honour of those who died in the World Trade Center and the Pentagon last September 11th.

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Silence (disambiguation)

Beyond Silence

In Visible Silence

In Visible Silence is the second full-length release by avant-garde pop group Art of Noise, and the first created by members Anne Dudley, J. J. Jeczalik and Gary Langan in the wake of their departure from the ZTT record label which had been the home of the group's genesis. They had minor UK chart success with the singles "Legs," "Paranoimia" (the single version featuring a sample performance by virtual television personality Max Headroom) and Peter Gunn.

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Science of Silence

"Science of Silence" is a song by English singer-songwriter Richard Ashcroft and is the sixth track on his 2002 album Human Conditions. The song was also released on January 6, 2003 as the second single from that album in the United Kingdom. The single peaked at #14 in the UK Singles Chart.

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Man About Town (1947 film)

Man About Town is a 1947 French/American film directed by René Clair.

French films 1947 films American films Golden Leopard winners Films directed by René Clair Black-and-white films
Voice of Silence

Voice of Silence (Italian: La voce del silenzio, French: La Conciencia acusa) is a 1953 Italian drama film directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst, written by Giuseppe Berto, starring Aldo Fabrizi and Jean Marais.

Italian drama films Italian-language films Italian films Films directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst Black-and-white films 1950s drama films 1953 films
Broken Silence (song)

"Broken Silence" was a single from the UK garage and grime act So Solid Crew. It was released on September 15, 2003, and reached Number 9 in the UK Singles Chart. The single spoke out against the government prejudice that they have faced.

So Solid Crew songs 2003 singles
Silence (Facemob album)

Silence' is the second and final album by Facemob. It was released on November 19, 2002 through Rap-a-Lot Records and peaked at 84 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Original member Devin the Dude did not participate on the album.

Rap-a-Lot Records albums Facemob albums 2002 albums
Continued Silence

Continued Silence is an EP by Las Vegas rock group Imagine Dragons, released digitally on February 14, 2012 (Valentine's Day) in the United States. It was recorded at the legendary Westlake Recording Studios. All songs were written by Imagine Dragons and produced by GRAMMY winning producer Alex Da Kid. All songs were mixed by GRAMMY winning engineer Manny Marroquin as well as Rich Costey. The EP was mastered by GRAMMY winning mastering engineer Joe LaPorta.

2012 albums
Break the Silence

Conspiracy of silence

Silence of Northern Hell

Silence of Northern Hell is the debut album by Japanese melodic death metal band, Blood Stain Child. It was released in 2002, by the Captain Rock label.

2002 debut albums Blood Stain Child albums
Silence Followed by a Deafening Roar

Silence Followed by a Deafening Roar is the second full length instrumental album and 8th overall by hard rock guitar virtuoso Paul Gilbert. Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Total Guitar 4/5 stars11px11px11px11px

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The Rest Is Silence (Randy album)

The Rest is Silence is an album by Randy, released in 1996.

1996 albums Randy albums
The Silence (The Twilight Zone)

"The Silence" is an episode of the American television anthology series The Twilight Zone. The plot of this episode was based in part on Anton Chekov's The Bet.

The Twilight Zone episodes 1961 television episodes
Ride of Silence

The Ride of Silence is a yearly international bicycle ride to commemorate cyclists killed or injured while riding on public roads. It helps to raise awareness among motorists of the dangers they pose to cyclists. The first ride was held in Dallas, Texas in 2003. Many participants found the experience to be very moving. Although it was conceived as a one-time event, it has been repeated every year since then. Cyclists in cities around the globe have joined this movement.

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The Door to Silence

Door into Silence / Door to silence / The Door to Silence (Italian: Le porte del silenzio) is a 1991 Italian horror film written and directed by Lucio Fulci and produced by Joe D'Amato. It stars John Savage.

Italian-language films 1991 films 1990s thriller films Italian horror films Films directed by Lucio Fulci 1990s horror films
Forgotten Silence

Forgotten Silence is an experimental band from the Czech Republic founded in 1993. Their earlier material can be described as death metal with some progressive/art rock leanings. Their latest release is 2006's Kro Ni Ka ("Chro Ni Cle"), an album of a decidedly ethnic and experimental bent, with very few traces of their earlier heavy sound. The release won a Razor Award for best metal recording of the year.

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Break Through the Silence

Break Through the Silence is the second album by Cranston, Rhode Island band Monty Are I. It is their follow-up to their 2006 debut album, Wall of People. The fourth track "One In A Million" is a single.

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The Price of Silence

Only the Silence Remains

Only the Silence Remains is a 1975 album by Canadian singer-songwriter Murray McLauchlan. It was released as a double album. McLauchlan is accompanied by Dennis Pendrith on bass guitar. True North re-released it as a Digital Download in 2012 .

Murray McLauchlan albums 1975 live albums
Silence (The Ting Tings song)

"Silence" is a song by The Ting Tings from the album Sounds from Nowheresville. It was first officially released when the video for the Bag Raiders remix of the song was uploaded to the band's YouTube channel on 21 November 2011. The video was recorded in Manchester at the Salford Lads Club in July 2011. The song was performed live as the opening song in Summer 2011 on the Ting Tings' European and Asian tour. The song has so far been released only as a promotional single.

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Silence of the Heart

Silence of the Heart is a 1984 television family drama film written by Phil Penningroth and directed by Richard Michaels for CBS Television. The film stars Charlie Sheen, Chad Lowe, Mariette Hartley, Dana Hill, Howard Hesseman and Silvana Gallardo.

1980s drama films American television films 1984 television films English-language films 1980s films
This Age of Silence

This Age of Silence is the debut album of heavy metal band, Anterior. It was released by Metal Blade Records and the production was done by Tim Hamill and the band itself.

2007 debut albums
Industrial Silence

Industrial Silence is the debut album of the Norwegian alternative rock band Madrugada. The best known track of the album is the ballad Vocal. From the album also exist a limited edition including 2 discs, and a remastered Deluxe edition of the album was released on 5 July 2010. Disc 2 of the remastered Deluxe edition contains 4 previously unrelased demo recordings, and also has tracks from all their early EPs. The remastering was done by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound in New York.

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Les faiseurs de silence

Les faiseurs de silence, by Nic & Cauvin, is the thirtysecond album of the Spirou et Fantasio series, and the third of the authors. The story was initially serialised in Spirou, before released as a hardcover album in 1984.

Literature first published in serial form Spirou et Fantasio albums Works originally published in Spirou (magazine)
Drifting in Silence

Drifting in Silence is the name of a longstanding ambient and industrial musical project undertaken by multi-instrumentalist and composer Derrick Stembridge. Stembridge chose the name as "a description of the feeling evoked by the music," intended to create the sensation of movement through regions of light and shadow. Stembridge has described the music of Drifting in Silence as "post-ambient.

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Break the Silence (Jason Hartman song)

"Break the Silence" is the debut and winning single of South African Idol co-winner Jason Hartman. The single was available for digital download via the Nokia Music Store on 4 May 2009. It entered major South African radio charts with healthy debuts.

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The Great White Silence

The Great White Silence is a 1924 English documentary that contains brief cinematograph sequences taken during the Terra Nova Expedition of 1910—1913. Originally a silent film, the documentary was restored and re-released in 2011 by the British Film Institute with a musical soundtrack by Simon Fisher Turner.

Documentary films about Antarctica British films 1924 films British documentary films 1920s documentary films
Employee silence

Employee silence refers to situations where employees withhold information that might be useful to the organization to which they are a part of whether intentionally or unintentionally. This can happen if employees do not speak up to a supervisor or manager.

Silence Communication Human resource management
Days in the History of Silence

Days in the History of Silence (Norwegian: Dager i stillhetens historie) is a 2011 novel by the Norwegian writer Merethe Lindstrøm. The narrative focuses on an elderly couple, who struggle with the inability to talk about sensitive subjects from their past. The book received the Norwegian Critics Prize for Literature and the Nordic Council Literature Prize.

2011 novels Norwegian-language novels Norwegian novels
Break the Silence (van Canto album)

Break the Silence is the fourth studio album by German a cappella metal band van Canto, released on September 23, 2011. It features 13 tracks, five of them being covers, and two of them featuring guest artists: Joakim Brodén guest appears in his band's cover "Primo Victoria", Marcus Siepen guest appears on "Spelled in Waters". A Storm to Come is their longest song to date, clocking at 9:13.

Van Canto albums Napalm Records albums 2011 albums
Suicide Silence EP

Suicide Silence EP is the first release by deathcore band Suicide Silence. It was released originally on September 30, 2005 through Third Degree Records. It was recorded as the band's first ever studio-quality mainstream release for listening audiences and was released one year before the band's third demo was recorded. After the release of their 2006 demo, Suicide Silence EP was released through British label, In at the Deep End Records on September 30, 2006.

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From Silence to Sorcery

'From Silence to Sorcery' is an album of contemporary classical music by John Zorn which features three instrumental works touching upon themes of magic and mysticism. "Goetia" is a set of variations for solo violin written in 2002. "Gris-Gris" (2000) is a work for thirteen tuned drums performed by William Winant inspired by the music of Korean Shamanism, Haitian Voodoo and a scene from Howard Hawks’ classic film To Have and Have Not.

2007 albums Albums produced by John Zorn John Zorn albums Tzadik Records albums
Breaking the silence NSW

Breaking the Silence: Creating the Future. Addressing child sexual assault in Aboriginal communities in NSW released in 2006 was the report of the Aboriginal Sexual Assault Taskforce (ACSAT), headed by Aboriginal leader, Marcia Ella-Duncan. The Task Force was set up by the NSW Attorney General's Department to look at why child sexual assault happens in Aboriginal communities and how government and NGOs respond to it.

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Into the Silence

Into The Silence is the debut album of Finnish progressive metal band Sethian, released in 2003 by Spinefarm Records (SPI 174 CD).

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Minute of Silence

Minute of Silence was a joint radio and TV program in the Soviet Union broadcast on at 6:00 pm on May 9, the day of the victory of the Soviet Union in the second world war. It was first broadcast on Soviet Central Television in 1965, 20 years after the Allied victory over Nazi Germany. Aside from the minute of silence itself the main part of the program was a solemn address, commonly known as The Minute of Silence, dedicated to all those who fell fighting the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union.

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Broken Silence

Bones and Silence

Bones and Silence is a crime novel by Reginald Hill, the eleventh novel in the Dalziel and Pascoe series. The novel received the Gold Dagger Award in 1990.

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List of silent musical compositions

This is a list of musical compositions which consist mostly or entirely of silence.

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Breaking the Silence (film)

Breaking the Silence is a 2000 Chinese film directed by Sun Zhou. It was China's submission to the 73rd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee. Breaking the Silence stars the internationally known Gong Li as a single mother who struggles to raise her deaf child. The film premiered internationally at the 2000 Berlin International Film Festival. The film was one of three films voted Best Picture in the 2001 Hundred Flowers Awards.

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Sons of Silence

Sons of Silence Motorcycle Club (SOSMC) is a one-percenter motorcycle club that was founded in Niwot, Colorado in the United States in 1966. The first chapter outside of Colorado was the Iowa chapter which was founded in 1968. There are now American chapters in Arkansas, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mississippi, North Dakota, Tennessee and Wyoming. The first foreign chapter was founded in Munich, Germany in 1998.

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The Sound and the Silence

The Sound and the Silence is a 1992 TV movie starring directed by John Kent Harrison, starring John Bach as Alexander Graham Bell.

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Uncomfortable Silence

Uncomfortable Silence is the third solo EP by American musician Clint Lowery (under the name Hello Demons... Meet Skeletons), released on August 22, 2011.

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Break the Silence (album)

Break The Silence is the first studio album by American singer–songwriter Alana Grace, released on February 27, 2007.

2007 albums
The Impossibility of Silence

The Impossibility of Silence is a CD studio album by Black Sun Productions, released by Old Europa Cafe in 2006 and produced by Massimo & Pierce. There are 23 tracks featuring Massimo & Pierce, Lydia Lunch, Val Denham, Sudden Infant, Sonne Hagal and Testing Vault. It is illustrated by Val Denham's enchanted visions.

Industrial albums 2006 albums
Awkward silence

An awkward silence is an uncomfortable pause in a conversation. The unpleasant nature of such silences is associated with feelings of anxiety as the participants feel pressure to speak but are unsure what to say next. It is commonly preceded by an ill-considered remark or an imbalance in which one of the participants makes minimal responses. When Europeans communicate with Japanese, a period of meaningful silence is sometimes misinterpreted as an awkward silence.

Silence Oral communication
Deafening Silence

Deafening Silence is a heavy metal band from Adelaide, South Australia that was formed in 2003.

Australian heavy metal musical groups
Great Silence

The Silence and the Serenity

The Silence and the Serenity is or was an obscure metalcore band from Poughkeepsie, New York. They formed in 2005 under the name Bless the Fallen. After self-releasing their debut EP, So Dark the Crown of Man, they signed a deal with Crash Music Inc. , who released their debut full-length album, The Eclectic Sounds of a City Painted Black and White in 2007, described by Allmusic as "a routine screamo/metalcore blend that contains occasional hints of death metal and black metal".

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The Long Loud Silence

The Long Loud Silence is a science fiction novel written by Wilson A. Tucker. It was first published in hardback edition by Rinehart & Co. in 1952, followed by Dell paperback editions in 1952 and 1954. The story takes place following a nuclear holocaust which wipes out every major city east of the Mississippi and leaves the survivors permanently infected with plague. To prevent the plague from spreading, the army sets up a cordon sanitaire along the Mississippi.

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Hymns to the Silence (book)

Hymns to the Silence: Inside the Words and Music of Van Morrison is a book published via Continuum Books in June 2010, written by English academic Peter Mills. The book is the first full-length study of Van Morrison's work which does not claim to be a biography. Mills focusses completely on the music, and also casts light on parts of Morrison's songbook that are usually skipped over in career-overviews and synopses.

Van Morrison 2010 books British books
The Silence of December

The Silence Of December is the first full length album from Deinonychus (band). It was released in May 1995, yet recorded in 1994. The album was released on Cacophonous Records from the UK.

Deinonychus (band) albums 1995 albums
Silence Speaks

Silence Speaks is the second studio album of RyanDan released in 2010 after the great success of the self-titled debut album released in 2007. It was released on Universal Records The two identical twin brothers Ryan and Dan Kowarsky making up RyanDan co-wrote 11 of the 12 songs on the album, with the only cover being "Open Arms" from band Journey done in a Boyz II Men-esque style.

2010 albums RyanDan albums
The Beauty of Silence

The Beauty of Silence is an uplifting trance track that was composed and produced by Sven Maes and Johan Gielen. The song was a huge hit in Japan and was the title track for a compilation of singles released by Avex. The Beauty of Silence was the theme to the 5th edition of the European dance event called Trance Energy. Although it has not been re-released due to changes in the originating duo, it has retained its popularity over the years.

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More Beautiful Than Silence

More Beautiful Than Silence is an EP by Canadian rapper K'naan, released on January 31, 2012.

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Les pirates du silence

Les pirates du silence, written and drawn by Franquin, is the tenth album of the Spirou et Fantasio series. The title story, and another, La Quick Super, were serialised in Spirou, before both were published in one hardcover album in 1958.

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Thank God for Silence

Thank God For Silence is the third full-length studio album by Icelandic rock band Sign and their first to be written in English. The album was released in 2005 through R&R Music.

2007 albums Sign (band) albums Albums produced by Mark Plati
Silence (Blindside album)

Silence is the third album by post-hardcore group Blindside. Although the record hit stores in 2000, its major-label debut was in 2002, when Silence was released by 3 Points, a subsidiary of Elektra Records.

Blindside albums Albums produced by Howard Benson 2002 albums
Enjoy the Silence (Lacuna Coil song)

Song in the Silence

Song in the Silence (1997) is the debut novel of Elizabeth Kerner, and the first book in the Kolmar series.

Fantasy novels Debut novels 1997 novels
Dream and Silence

Dream and Silence (Spanish: Sueño y silencio) is an upcoming Spanish drama film directed by Jaime Rosales. The film has been selected to be screened in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.

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Listen to the Silence

Listen to the Silence is a live album by George Russell originally recorded in 1971 and released on the Italian Soul Note label in 1983, featuring a performance by Russell with Stanton Davis, Jan Garbarek, Terje Rypdal, Arild Andersen, and Jon Christensen with vocal chorus.

1983 live albums Jan Garbarek live albums Black Saint/Soul Note live albums George Russell live albums
Zero Tolerance for Silence

Zero Tolerance for Silence is a controversial 1994 album by American jazz guitarist Pat Metheny. Recorded for Geffen Records, it was performed entirely on guitar, although all of the tracks were overdubbed ("Part 5" also contains an acoustic guitar amongst the overdriven electric guitars). Rather than Metheny's standard reportoire of fusion jazz, Zero Tolerance for Silence consists of frantic, overdriven, intricately textured guitar soloing with occasionally distinguishable blues-like melodies.

1994 albums Geffen Records albums Pat Metheny albums
A Silence That Screams

A Silence That Screams is the eight album of the Italian heavy metal band Perseo Miranda, released on 15 December 2010 under the label Erga Editions. The track "In a broken dream" is a cover of Phyton Lee Jackson.

2010 albums English-language albums
Surrounded by Silence (album)

Surrounded by Silence is the third full-length album by Prefuse 73, released March 21, 2005 on Warp Records. The album features collaborations with a variety of musicians, from rock bands to rappers, both underground and mainstream. The final track extensively samples the Broadcast song "Still Feels Like Tears" from their album The Future Crayon.

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Silence (Stromae song)

"Silence" is a 2010 song by Belgian singer Stromae, released on June 18 as the 6th and last promo-single for his album Cheese, on which it was included. The song has yet only charted in Belgium and features no cover.

Stromae songs 2010 singles
Breaking the Silence EP

Breaking the Silence is the first EP to be released by the Christian hard rock band The Letter Black. It was released on September 22, 2009 on Tooth & Nail Records.

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Rui Costa (Silence 4)

Rui Costa is a Portuguese musician. He played bass, acoustic and electric guitar for Silence 4, and is also credited for the co-writing of some songs in their albums, "Silence Becomes It" and "Only Pain Is Real". After Silence 4 went into a hiatus, he announced that he was leaving the band in January 2003. Since then Rui Costa has been involved in other musical projects.

Portuguese musicians Living people Silence 4 members Portuguese guitarists Year of birth missing (living people)
The Conspiracy of Silence

The Conspiracy of Silence is a documentary TV film that was broadcast three times on PBS in the United States in 1995 and 1996. The title is formed from the assumption that there is a conspiracy of silence that surrounds domestic violence. The abuser has an unspoken pact with the victim to stay silent about the crimes committed and in return the victim believes this lack of action will result in the avoidance of further violence.

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Silence implies consent

Silence of Another Kind

Silence of Another Kind is the third studio album by the band Paatos.

Inside Out Music albums Paatos albums 2006 albums
The Beckoning Silence

The Beckoning Silence (2007) follows, and retraces the unsuccessful attempt to scale the North Face of the Eiger led by Toni Kurz in 1936. The film features climber Joe Simpson, whose book of the same name inspired the film

Read Silence

Read Silence is a digital-only EP compilation of three song remixes from TV on the Radio's third studio album, Dear Science. It was released on April 14, 2009. The Glitch Mob remix of "Red Dress" was used in the 2009 trailer for 9.

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Stand (Breaking the Silence album)

Stand is the debut album by Breaking the Silence now known as The Letter Black. The album was released on August 7, 2007.

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