War Stories is the third studio album by English electronic music group UNKLE. The album was released in Japan on 20 June 2007, UK and Europe on 2 July 2007, and in North America on 24 July. War Stories debuted at number 58 in Australia. The cover art was designed by 3D of Massive Attack. The album was promoted by three singles: "Burn My Shadow", "Hold My Hand" and "Restless". The video for "Burn My Shadow" featured the actor Goran Visnjic and was directed by Miguel Sapochnik
War & Peace is an album recorded by Edwin Starr and released by Motown Records in 1970. The album reached number 52 on the Billboard 200 and on the R&B album chart, while the single, "War" reached on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it remained for 15 weeks. The song was nominated for best R&B Male Vocal Performance at the 13th Annual Grammy Awards in 1971. The album's arrangements are by David Van De Pitte, Henry Cosby, Paul Riser, Wade Marcus and Willie Shorter.
War, Peace, and Human Na. .has been added to your Cart. A distinguished international and interdisciplinary group of authors address the elusive concept of human nature in relation to war and peace rigorously marshalling clear reason and hard data. Moreover, practical ways are revealed for creating a more secure and peaceful world. -Leslie E. Sponsel, author of Spiritual Ecology: A Quiet Revolution.
Six members of the Lykov family lived in this remote wilderness for more than 40 years-utterly isolated and more than 150 miles from the nearest human settlement. All that Agafia and Dmitry knew of the outside world they learned entirely from their parents’ stories. The family’s principal entertainment, the Russian journalist Vasily Peskov noted, was for everyone to recount their dreams. The Lykov children knew there were places called cities where humans lived crammed together in tall buildings.
War and Peace began as a domestic chronicle, but widened and deepened into an ambitious attempt to write the history of Russia during the Napoleonic campaign. James Wood revisits Tolstoy's masterpiece. War and Peace began as a domestic chronicle, but widened and deepened into an ambitious attempt to write the history of Russia during the Napoleonic campaign. Henry James once said that "really, universally, human relations stop nowhere," and that the exquisite problem of the writer is to draw the circle "within which they shall happily appear to do so". James would never have nominated War and Peace – he famously thought it a "loose baggy monster" – but Tolstoy's novel is surely the greatest attempt in the history of the genre to represent and embody the branching infinity of human relations of which James spoke.
As one could even derive from the track lengths of 'War & Peace And Other Stories' alone, Sean Filkins has certainly made a vast undertaking with this album, and sought to go out and compose a masterpiece. While the music here is generally great though, there is the feeling that things may have been stretched out a little too far for its own good here.
The Human Village (人間の里 Ningen no Sato) is where most of Gensokyo's humans live. Even though some youkai also visit here to shop, this is the safest place in all of Gensokyo to live. Humans from the outside world that stumble into Gensokyo and decide to stay often have no choice but to live here as they would be unable to handle the youkai outside the village