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Tip of the iceberg may refer to:
The Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC) was an American committee formed in 1985 with the stated goal of increasing parental control over the access of children to music deemed to have violent, drug-related or sexual themes via labeling albums with Parental Advisory stickers. The committee was founded by four women known as the "Washington Wives"—a reference to their husbands' connections with government in the Washington, D.C. area. The women who founded the PMRC are Tipper Gore, wife of Senator and later Vice President Al Gore; Susan Baker, wife of Treasury Secretary James Baker; Pam Howar, wife of Washington realtor Raymond Howar; and Sally Nevius, wife of former Washington City Council Chairman John Nevius. The PMRC eventually grew to include 22 participants before shutting down in the mid-to-late 1990s.
New Found Glory is an American punk rock band from Coral Springs, Florida, formed in 1997. The band currently consists of Jordan Pundik, Ian Grushka, Chad Gilbert, and Cyrus Bolooki (drums). Longtime rhythm guitarist and lyricist Steve Klein left the band in late 2013. During their lengthy recording career, the band have released ten studio albums, one live album, two EPs, and four cover albums.
Crawl, The Crawl, or crawling may refer to:
Michael Rose is a Grammy award-winning reggae singer from Jamaica. He is known for a successful tenure with Black Uhuru from 1977 to 1984, and he has worked regularly with Dennis Brown, Big Youth, The Wailers, Gregory Isaacs, Sly and Robbie, and others. He has also released more than twenty solo albums.
Ian Ryan Grushka is an American musician and songwriter. He is a founding member and the bassist of Florida rock band New Found Glory. He was also the bassist in the band's now defunct side-project, the International Superheroes of Hardcore, where he performed under the pseudonym of "Sgt. Soy".
Chad Everett Gilbert is an American musician and record producer. He is a founding member of the rock band New Found Glory, for whom he plays lead guitar, sings backing vocals, and composes music. He was also the lead vocalist for the band's now-defunct side-project, International Superheroes of Hardcore. Additionally, Gilbert was the vocalist for the hardcore punk band Shai Hulud between 1995 and 1998, and from 2012 to 2013.
Tip commonly refers to:
A persona is a social role or a character played by an actor.
Here We Go Again may refer to:
Greater Than One is an English electronic music band, founded by husband and wife Michael Wells and Lee Newman in 1985. They released many albums under this name, and also under the names Tricky Disco, GTO, John + Julie, Church of Extacy, Signs of Chaos, T.D.5, Salami Brothers, Killout Squad, Technohead and L.E.D.. Only a few of their singles were commercially successful. Since Newman's death on 4 August 1995 from cancer, Wells continues to release music under some of these names, and also as The Man and S.O.L.O.
"Jazz " is the second single from A Tribe Called Quest's second album The Low End Theory. A portion of the track "Buggin' Out" appears in the music video. The sequences from "Jazz " are in black and white, while the "Buggin' Out" sequences are in full color. The original material sampled in the song was provided by Pete Rock, and was then recreated in a similar way by Q-Tip. Although Pete Rock is not officially credited, Q-Tip credits him in the outro of the track, rapping "Pete Rock for the beat, ya don't stop.". Rolling Stone magazine lists "Jazz " on their list of 20 essential songs from the group. On their list of 10 lyrics that prove Phife Dawg's talent, Pitchfork included a rhyme from "Jazz ": "Make sure you have a system with some phat house speakers / So the new shit can rock, from Bronx to Massapequa." The article notes that, "these kinds of stunt rhymes may not have been the most common component of Phife's lyrical arsenal, but they were usually the most 'oh shit' moments in any given verse, since they sounded so unexpected without really feeling forced."
An iceberg is a large piece of ice that has broken off from a snow-formed glacier or ice shelf, and is floating in open water.
Tip of the Iceberg is the second EP by American rock band New Found Glory, released on April 29, 2008 through independent label Bridge Nine Records.
9ice, born AlexanderAbolore Adegbola Akande is a Nigerian musician, songwriter and dancer.He is known for his powerful use of the Yoruba language in his music as well as his proverbial lyrics and unique style of delivery.
International Superheroes of Hardcore were an American parodical hardcore punk band.
That Handsome Devil, often shortened to THD, is an American rock band from Brooklyn, New York, by way of Boston, Massachusetts.
Broken record commonly refers to a skipping record, or to a person who, similarly, keeps repeating the same thing.
Stephen Lee "Steve" Klein is an American musician. Klein co-founded Florida rock group New Found Glory, for whom he was the primary lyricist and rhythm guitarist.
Move may refer to:
Klaypex is an electronic trio consisting of Johnny Atar, Alan Notkin and Mark Emmanuel that produces variations of house, complextro, and dubstep. Atar, Notkin, and Emmanuel, currently based in California, released their debut album, Loose Dirt, during the summer of 2011. Ready To Go, their second album, was self-released on April 9, 2012, it peaked at No. 13 on Dance/Electronic Albums in the US, and No. 18 on the Top Heatseekers Billboard chart. Their album Anything Goes was released on August 12, 2014.