Posts Tagged ‘Power’

POWER OF METAL 2011

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Under the promising banner “POWER OF METAL”, Rock The Nation presents a double-headliner tour, which keeps the hearts of all metal-lovers pounding higher. Friends of pure, melodic, progressive and even traditional as well as modern metal-sounds can raise their fists up for triumph, finally they get their well-deserved load of metallic virtuosity. A view on the line-up breaks the camels back: POWER OF METAL brings you an exclusive package of the metal high-class-league. Following artists will show their musical power: SYMPHONY X NEVERMORE PSYCHOTIC WALTZ – Reunion!!! MERCENARY THAUROROD Especially, get prepared for the reunion of cult-progressive-metallers of PSYCHOTIC WALTZ. What do all these bands have in common to join a tour like POWER OF METAL together? Musical virtuosity, sense for melody, feeling for superb metal-hymns… and many arguments more! In summary it can be stated, that this tour will be a full hammer not only for fans of progressive melodic metal! Info, Dates & More: www.powerofmetal.eu Fan-Packs & Tickets shop.powerofmetal.eu
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Baltimore – Inner Harbor: Power Plant

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Baltimore – Inner Harbor: Power Plant
hard rock club
Image by wallyg
The Pratt Street Power Plant, also known as the Pier Four Power Plant, at 601 East Pratt Street, was built in Neo-Classical style by the architectural firm of Baldwin & Pennington between 1900 and 1909. From 2001-2003, the 132-foot by 326-foot complex, consisting of three brick with terra cotta trim structures, was converted to the mixed-use project, Power Plant Live! The Power Plant presently contained the first ESPN Zone in the country, opened July 11, 1998, a Hard Rock Café, a multi-story Barnes & Noble, a Gold’s Gym, restaurants, a concert hall, and loft offices.

The Power Plant served as the main source of power for the United Railways and Electric Company, a consolidation of smaller street railway systems, that influenced the provision of city-wide transportation and opened up suburban areas of Baltimore to power its electric street railway in the city. It later served as a central steam plant for the Consolidated Gas, Electric Light and Power Company, a predecessor of the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company for million. The plant, with obsolescent equipment, was used sparingly until it was returned to service to meet the World War II production demand for electricity.After the electric plant was retired from service, the building was vacant for a time. The building had been the site of many failed development endeavors, most notably an indoor Six Flags theme park (1985-1989) and a short-lived dance club called P.T. Flagg’s (1989-1990).

National Register #87000564 (1987)

Baltimore – Inner Harbor: Power Plant

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Baltimore – Inner Harbor: Power Plant
hard rock club
Image by wallyg
The Pratt Street Power Plant, also known as the Pier Four Power Plant, at 601 East Pratt Street, was built in Neo-Classical style by the architectural firm of Baldwin & Pennington between 1900 and 1909. From 2001-2003, the 132-foot by 326-foot complex, consisting of three brick with terra cotta trim structures, was converted to the mixed-use project, Power Plant Live! The Power Plant presently contained the first ESPN Zone in the country, opened July 11, 1998, a Hard Rock Café, a multi-story Barnes & Noble, a Gold’s Gym, restaurants, a concert hall, and loft offices.

The Power Plant served as the main source of power for the United Railways and Electric Company, a consolidation of smaller street railway systems, that influenced the provision of city-wide transportation and opened up suburban areas of Baltimore to power its electric street railway in the city. It later served as a central steam plant for the Consolidated Gas, Electric Light and Power Company, a predecessor of the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company for million. The plant, with obsolescent equipment, was used sparingly until it was returned to service to meet the World War II production demand for electricity.After the electric plant was retired from service, the building was vacant for a time. The building had been the site of many failed development endeavors, most notably an indoor Six Flags theme park (1985-1989) and a short-lived dance club called P.T. Flagg’s (1989-1990).

National Register #87000564 (1987)

Baltimore – Inner Harbor: Power Plant

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Baltimore – Inner Harbor: Power Plant
hard rock club
Image by wallyg
The Pratt Street Power Plant, also known as the Pier Four Power Plant, at 601 East Pratt Street, was built in Neo-Classical style by the architectural firm of Baldwin & Pennington between 1900 and 1909. From 2001-2003, the 132-foot by 326-foot complex, consisting of three brick with terra cotta trim structures, was converted to the mixed-use project, Power Plant Live! The Power Plant presently contained the first ESPN Zone in the country, opened July 11, 1998, a Hard Rock Café, a multi-story Barnes & Noble, a Gold’s Gym, restaurants, a concert hall, and loft offices.

The Power Plant served as the main source of power for the United Railways and Electric Company, a consolidation of smaller street railway systems, that influenced the provision of city-wide transportation and opened up suburban areas of Baltimore to power its electric street railway in the city. It later served as a central steam plant for the Consolidated Gas, Electric Light and Power Company, a predecessor of the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company for million. The plant, with obsolescent equipment, was used sparingly until it was returned to service to meet the World War II production demand for electricity.After the electric plant was retired from service, the building was vacant for a time. The building had been the site of many failed development endeavors, most notably an indoor Six Flags theme park (1985-1989) and a short-lived dance club called P.T. Flagg’s (1989-1990).

National Register #87000564 (1987)

Baltimore – Inner Harbor: Power Plant

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Baltimore – Inner Harbor: Power Plant
hard rock club
Image by wallyg
The Pratt Street Power Plant, also known as the Pier Four Power Plant, at 601 East Pratt Street, was built in Neo-Classical style by the architectural firm of Baldwin & Pennington between 1900 and 1909. From 2001-2003, the 132-foot by 326-foot complex, consisting of three brick with terra cotta trim structures, was converted to the mixed-use project, Power Plant Live! The Power Plant presently contained the first ESPN Zone in the country, opened July 11, 1998, a Hard Rock Café, a multi-story Barnes & Noble, a Gold’s Gym, restaurants, a concert hall, and loft offices.

The Power Plant served as the main source of power for the United Railways and Electric Company, a consolidation of smaller street railway systems, that influenced the provision of city-wide transportation and opened up suburban areas of Baltimore to power its electric street railway in the city. It later served as a central steam plant for the Consolidated Gas, Electric Light and Power Company, a predecessor of the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company for million. The plant, with obsolescent equipment, was used sparingly until it was returned to service to meet the World War II production demand for electricity.After the electric plant was retired from service, the building was vacant for a time. The building had been the site of many failed development endeavors, most notably an indoor Six Flags theme park (1985-1989) and a short-lived dance club called P.T. Flagg’s (1989-1990).

National Register #87000564 (1987)

Power Pop Thursdays 01/26/12

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Much More Music clip 2 of 5 (Power Metal) Metal Evolution L1030865.MOV

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Property of MuchMore.ca, Banger Films, Ralph Chapman, Scot McFadyen, Samuel Dunn. No copyright infringement intended. “Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.” Yes, the upload quality sucks…enjoy! =) clip 2 of 5, part 10 (Power Metal) of a Much More Music 11 part Series on Metal Evolution. For the entire series, see links below. Links: www.muchmore.ca www.muchmore.ca www.bangerfilms.com “Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.”
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Running with the Devil: Power, Gender, and Madness in Heavy Metal Music (Music Culture)

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† Inferno † Japanese Merodic Power Metal Band (Song from 1st.album)

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† Inferno † Japanese Heavy Metal Band. “Inferno” was organized in 2008. * Our 1st AIbum “Inferno” was released in 2010. * We perform mainly in Japan. Our performance are based on “the thrilling development of music”,”the impressive melody-line” and “the enchanting instrument performance. We are supported by many fans.

Power Metal Bands

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Dies ist eine neue Zusammenstellung von Power Metal Bands, die Bilder sind das Album Fronten, und hier sind sie den Namen des Songs: Catharsis: Imago Ilium Ageless Decay: Hibernal Thaw Stratovarius: Deep Unknow Leverage: Stormchild Dark Empire: We will never die Symfonia: Come by the hills Mechanical Poet: Fantasies Gamma Ray: Land of the free Adagio: In nomine Melodius: After the rain Heavenly: Ode to Joy
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