Change is an Italian-American post-disco group formed in Bologna, Italy, in 1979 by businessman and executive producer Jacques Fred Petrus (1949–1987) and Mauro Malavasi (born 1957). They were heavily influenced by legendary disco band Chic. The current incarnation of the group reformed in 2018.
Blitzkrieg is the debut studio album by the British heavy metal band Blitzkrieg, released in 1985. This album came out when Brian Ross decided to reform Blitzkrieg and record the album they wanted to record before their split-up in 1981. After the original split of Blitzkrieg, Ross sang with Avenger, Satan and Lonewolf.
ramaki Band" Phew " Changes II. ｜. Aramaki band "Live" changes III. From The Far East. Ｂｌｕｅｓ Ｆｉｌｅ Ｎｏ． １～遊び足りない子供たちへ～. ARAMAKI BAND CHENGES ONE 商品番号 AP1009 ￥2,800 + 税 ARAMAKI BAND CHENGES ONE AIRPLANE STORE（購入）. 気ベーシスト荒巻茂生の初のリーダー作が、遂に誕生！ 荒巻流チャールズ・ミンガスの「スーズ・チェンジ」は聴きごたえ有り。
Changes by Synkro, released 18 September 2015 1. Overture 2. Shoreline 3. Your Heart 4. Changes 5. Let Me Go 6. Holding On 7. Body Close 8. Empty Walls 9. Midnight Sun 10. Harbour 11. Above The Clouds (bandcamp exclusive) Includes bandcamp exclusive track 'Above The Clouds Apollo Recordings is proud to announce Synkro’s long awaited debut album ‘Changes'.
The Changes chronology. First of May EP (2005). Today Is Tonight (2006). Today Is Tonight, Drama Club Records, 2006. Today Is Tonight is the debut album from American rock band The Changes. Water of the Gods" – 2:22. House of Style" – 3:24.
Daisuke Aramaki (荒巻大輔, Aramaki Daisuke) is chief of Public Security Section 9. In Stand Alone Complex, Lieutenant Colonel Aramaki is a strict chief, and is referred to by others in Section 9 as the "old ape" (most likely because in the original manga he was drawn with a face that appeared to be half monkey, half man). Even so, he is fiercely loyal to the members of Section 9, and often puts his own career on the line to ensure the survival of the rest of his team.
A Time of Changes (album). Studio album by Blitzkrieg. The original 1985 album was never released outside of the UK on vinyl, though it was released in Japan on CD in 1990 by Neat Records/Teichiku Records Japan (TECP-25355) under the title A Time of Changes + More with two bonus tracks and subsequently by Castle in 1992. original title) The two extra tracks are from the original first 1981 release single. of "Buried Alive" which features "Blitzkrieg" on the "B-side".