Posts Tagged ‘Mine’

Disturbed – Mine (LYRIC VIDEO) (The Lost Children)

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I DO NOT OWN ANYTHING! ALL RIGHTS GO TO THE RESPECTIVE OWNERS! The song “Mine” from Disturbed’s new B-Side collection “The Lost Children” with lyrics in the video. Enjoy 🙂
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Closeup: 3-d Perspective View of Proposed Junin Mine Site, Ecuador, Looking Southeast

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Closeup: 3-d Perspective View of Proposed Junin Mine Site, Ecuador, Looking Southeast
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Image by SkyTruth
Closeup 3-d satellite perspective looking southeast over the likely site of the Junin open-pit copper mining complex (orange box). Forested areas appear green; cleared land appears red and pink. Intag River is at top. Landsat-7 ETM image taken on November 3, 2001. Scale varies in this perspective; the orange box is about 3.5km wide.

3-d Perspective View of Proposed Junin Mine Site, Ecuador, Looking Southeast

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3-d Perspective View of Proposed Junin Mine Site, Ecuador, Looking Southeast
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Image by SkyTruth
3-d satellite perspective looking southeast over the likely site of the Junin open-pit copper mining complex (orange box). Forested areas appear green; cleared land appears red and pink. Intag River is at top. Landsat-7 ETM image taken on November 3, 2001. Scale varies in this perspective; the orange box is about 3.5km wide.

OVERSIGHT HEARING ON OPPORTUNITIES FOR GOOD SAMARITAN CLEANUP OF HARD ROCK ABANDONED MINE LANDS

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1988 Sweet Child O’ Mine 45 Picture Sleeve (Back)

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1988 Sweet Child O’ Mine 45 Picture Sleeve (Back)
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Image by RetroLand U.S.A.
Written by lead singer Axl Rose about his then girlfriend Erin Everly (daughter of Everly Brother, Don), ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ sounded like nothing else on the radio when it charted in the late summer of 1988. With Slash’s piercing guitar work and Axl’s gritty vocals to propel it, this hard rocking ballad deservedly hit #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 several months after it debuted. In the coming years, GNR would release several more classic songs-‘Paradise City,’ ‘You Could Be Mine,’ and ‘November Rain,’ to name a few. However, none would be as successful as their first. And it stills sounds as good today as it did back then.