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Thee Michelle Gun Elephant was a Japanese garage rock band formed in 1991.
Metalorganic vapour-phase epitaxy (MOVPE), also known as organometallic vapour-phase epitaxy (OMVPE) or metalorganic chemical vapour deposition (MOCVD), is a chemical vapour deposition method used to produce single- or polycrystalline thin films. It is a highly complex process for growing crystalline layers to create complex semiconductor multilayer structures. In contrast to molecular-beam epitaxy (MBE), the growth of crystals is by chemical reaction and not physical deposition. This takes place not in vacuum, but from the gas phase at moderate pressures. As such, this technique is preferred for the formation of devices incorporating thermodynamically metastable alloys, and it has become a major process in the manufacture of optoelectronics. It was invented in 1968 at North American Aviation Science Center by Harold M. Manasevit.
Rosso was a Japanese band formed as a side project by Yusuke Chiba, and former Blankey Jet City bassist Toshiyuki Terui.
Sabrina No Heaven is an album by Thee Michelle Gun Elephant, released in 2003.
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"Tamashii Revolution" is a song by Japanese band Superfly. It was used as the theme song of the NHK broadcast of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, played during relay clips and highlight shows. It was released as a digital download in Japan on June 18, 2010, and was later included on Superfly's single and cover album release "Wildflower" & Cover Songs: Complete Best 'Track 3' in September 2010. An extended version of the song appears on Superfly's third studio album Mind Travel.