Resurrection is the second studio album by American rapper Common Sense, released on October 4, 1994 by Relativity Records. It was entirely produced by No . who also produced most of Common's 1992 debut Can I Borrow A Dollar?. The album received critical acclaim, but not a significant amount of mainstream attention. Originally, it was rated . mics in The Source; however, in 1998, it was selected as one of The Source's 100 Best Rap Albums.
Resurrection is the debut album by the band Halford released in 2000. It was recorded over thousands of hours of work from August 1998 to June 2000. The album marks the return of Rob Halford's heavy metal roots after several years of musical experimentation.
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Resurrection focuses further on Frankenstein’s role in this story, and the episode is a simply spectacular homage to Mary Shelley’s novel that gave the world such a timeless figure. Like the novel, Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus, Resurrection functions as a framed narrative and allows its creation (named Caliban, here) to tell his story. What this immediately does to surprising effect is subvert the impact of seeing Proteus killed at the end of last week’s episode. Here is an entity through which we saw the world anew; Proteus is/was someone entirely sympathetic. Penny Dreadful‘s Caliban is not dissimilar. He is mildly deformed and receives harsh criticism in response to that deformity.
Penny Dreadful Season 1, Episode 3, Resurrection Written by John Logan Directed by Dearbhla Walsh Airs Sundays at 10pm ET on Showtime. For a character who introduces himself by ripping his younger brother Proteus in half, and begins Resurrection by wiping Proteus’s blood on Viktor’s face, Caliban (the name Frankenstein’s first monster is given by a kind theater owner) is a surprisingly eloquent creature. That’s not to say Resurrection ignores its central story, but it takes the risky move of fleshing out a secondary world for an hour, while only alluding to the things to come with Malcolm, Vanessa, and Ethan-chief among them further fuel for my theory that something’s up with Ethan, who sticks out his bare hand to an aggressive wolf, only.