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Thursday is a day of the week.
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Thursday is a 1998 American crime/thriller/black comedy film written and directed by Skip Woods and starring Thomas Jane, Aaron Eckhart, Paula Marshall, Michael Jeter and Mickey Rourke. It won the Special Jury Prize at the Cognac Festival.
Ruby Thursday is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. She is usually depicted as a member of the Headmen. She is named for the Rolling Stones song, "Ruby Tuesday".
Thursday Next is the protagonist in a series of comic fantasy, alternate history mystery novels by the British author Jasper Fforde. She was first introduced in Fforde's first published novel, The Eyre Affair, released on 19 July 2001 by Hodder & Stoughton. As of 2012, the series comprises seven books, in two series. The first series is made up of the novels The Eyre Affair, Lost in a Good Book, The Well of Lost Plots and Something Rotten. The second series is so far made up of First Among Sequels, One of Our Thursdays Is Missing and The Woman Who Died a Lot.
Thursday is an American post-hardcore band, formed in New Brunswick, New Jersey, in 1997. The band consisted of Geoff Rickly, Tom Keeley, Steve Pedulla, Tim Payne, Andrew Everding, and Tucker Rule (drums).
Blackbirds of 1939 was an African-American musical theater show in Lew Leslie's series of Blackbirds revues. It was the last revue, following on from Blackbirds of 1928, Blackbirds of 1930, and Blackbirds of 1933. The show was staged at the Hudson Theatre.
William James "Count" Basie was an American jazz pianist, organist, bandleader, and composer.
"Thursday" is the fourth single from the Pet Shop Boys album Electric, released on 4 November 2013 digitally, on CD and on vinyl in December. It features a verse from British singer/rapper Example. The song reached number 61 on the UK Singles Chart and is the highest-charting single from the album.
Thursday October Christian was the first son of Fletcher Christian and his Tahitian wife Mauatua. He was conceived on Tahiti, and was the first child born on the Pitcairn Islands after the mutineers took refuge on the island. Born on a Thursday in October, he was given his unusual name because Fletcher Christian wanted his son to have "no name that will remind me of England."
Thursday is an unincorporated community located in Ritchie County, West Virginia, United States. It is near the community of Burnt House.
Abergavenny Thursdays Football Club was a Welsh football team based in Abergavenny, Monmouthshire. The club was founded in 1927 though several defunct clubs had existed in the town since the mid 19th century. It won the Welsh Football League title on two occasions in the late 1950s where it gained a reputation as one of the strongest teams competing in the Welsh leagues. The Thursdays won its last two titles prior to the founding of the League of Wales in 1992.
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Pet Shop Boys are an English synth-pop duo, formed in London in 1981 and consisting of Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe.
Hell, in many religions, is a place of suffering during the afterlife, where wicked or unrighteous souls are punished.
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Christopher Sean Lowe is an English musician, singer, songwriter and co-founder of the synthpop duo Pet Shop Boys which he formed with Neil Tennant in 1981.
Closer to Heaven is a musical by Jonathan Harvey and Pet Shop Boys. It was premiered in May 2001 at the Arts Theatre in London, opening to mixed reviews, and ran until 13 October 2001. A second production of Closer to Heaven was premiered in Australia in 2005.
Disco 3 is an album by the English electronic music duo Pet Shop Boys. It was released in 2003. It consists of five remixes of songs and B-sides from their previous album, Release, three new tracks, a new recording of "Positive Role Model" from their 2001 musical Closer to Heaven, and a cover version of "Try It ", originally by Oh Romeo, band of former Pet Shop Boys producer Bobby Orlando.
"Always on My Mind" is a love song by Johnny Christopher, Mark James, and Wayne Carson first recorded by B.J. Thomas in 1970, and first released by Gwen McCrae in 1972. Brenda Lee also released a version in 1972. The song has been a crossover hit, charting in both the country and western and pop categories.
It Couldn't Happen Here is a 1988 musical film starring the British pop duo Pet Shop Boys and based on the music from their first two studio albums Please and Actually. It was originally conceived as an hour-long video based on Actually, but it turned into a surreal full-scale feature film directed by Jack Bond and co-starring Barbara Windsor, Joss Ackland, Neil Dickson and Gareth Hunt.
"Hallo Spaceboy" is a song by David Bowie from his 1995 album Outside. The track was re-recorded the following year, and issued as a remix featuring Pet Shop Boys as guest artists. Bowie and Brian Eno co-wrote the original album version of the song.
"Go West" is a song by the American disco group Village People. It was a hit in the disco scene during the late 1970s. The song found further success when it was covered in 1993 by British synthpop duo Pet Shop Boys. The song was written by Jacques Morali, Henri Belolo and the group's lead singer Victor Willis. The melody is based on the State Anthem of the Soviet Union composed by Alexander Alexandrov, which was itself a reworking of Pachelbel's Canon.
"To the End" is a song by English alternative rock band Blur. It appears on their third album, Parklife, and was released as single in May 1994. The song describes a couple unsuccessfully trying to overcome a bad patch in a relationship, and features full orchestral accompaniment with a choric refrain in French by Lætitia Sadier from Stereolab. The song was produced by Stephen Hague, unlike the rest of the Parklife album, which was produced by Stephen Street. Blur have produced several different recordings of the song.
"Being Boring" is a song by the British pop group Pet Shop Boys, the opening track from their fourth album Behaviour.
"Opportunities " is a song by UK duo Pet Shop Boys, released as a single in 1985 and then in 1986, gaining greater popularity in both the United Kingdom and United States with its second release, reaching number 11 in the UK Singles Chart and number 10 in the US Billboard Hot 100.
Christmas is one of the major Christian holidays. The day before Christmas is Christmas Eve.
"Paninaro" is a song by English synthpop duo Pet Shop Boys. Originally a B-side to the 1986 single "Suburbia", it was released as a limited-edition single in Italy during the same year.
"Numb" is a song recorded by the Pet Shop Boys and is featured on their album Fundamental. It was released on 15 October 2006 as the third single from that album, peaking at number 23 on the UK Singles Chart. Up to that point, it was only their second single in 39 releases to miss the UK Top 20.
"Rent" is a 1987 single by the Pet Shop Boys. It was released in the UK by Parlophone on 12 October 1987.
"Can You Forgive Her?" is a song by Pet Shop Boys, recorded for their 1993 album Very.
"Yesterday, When I Was Mad" is a single by English synthpop duo Pet Shop Boys released as the fifth and last single from their 1993 album, Very. The single peaked at number 13 on the UK Singles Chart and number 4 on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play charts. The song was remixed by Jam & Spoon for its single release, among other things removing a compression effect applied to Tennant's voice during the verses. The B-sides included a cover of the Noël Coward song If Love Were All.