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Anything to believe in
The Vanilla Sky, Melody Fall, Last Days Before Holiday, No Time For... An endless list of Italian bands that have become famous beyond their borders through punk music. A genre that is still a lot of fun and therefore has a very attentive and loyal fan community.
I' m dancing! The debut of No Thanks by Cuneo came after the release of the EP "Don't Sweat It", a small version that showed good qualities, but showed clear signs of inexperience of the musicians. Well, with "Something To Believe In" this spot has been completely wiped out and gives the fans of the genre a brave album.
What happened within the cast is hard to say, surely the care with which Andrea Fusini (a well-known manufacturer in the field of alternatives who already works with some of the above names) has borne fruit and brought the Dance! to life. The record itself is a half-bomb: captivating songs in which the choirs have full power and the sound bases are modern and without spots.
The sounds are powerful (and here you can see what it means to record in level studios), the vocals are more than pleasant and the songs can be listened to, qualities that are almost uncommon nowadays, especially when it comes to Tricolor bands. "Different Story" and "Stuck In Prison" are catchy, "Someone Like You" and "Tonight" are pleasant surprises and the rest of the lot has nothing to lose in comparison, in short, a good job, to put it mildly.
Assuming alternate music is your bread and butter and you grew up with Ataris, New Found Glory and ugarcult, this could be the album for you!
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In addition to a rotational movement around the Earth, the Moon has an "oscillating" movement, i.e. a phase in which it ascends day by day from the horizon line until it reaches its highest point in the sky (Ascending Moon) from south to north. For 14 days, the Moon traverses the signs of the Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarium, Pisces, Aries and Taurus, then returns to reverse the downward movement and returns to the horizon (Descending Moon) from north to south.
The lunar month is mainly divided into two phases: ascending and descending. "Hump to the west, half moon - Hump to the east, waning moon." Whoever cannot orient himself by observing the moon, never understands whether he rises or falls, can remember; if the hump reminds of the shape of a C ( > ), the moon rises, while if he follows the shape of a C ( < ), he falls "ci.cala".
If we have to sow a crop, the crops will be sown with waxing moon in signs of fire, possibly ram or lion. If it is not possible to sow these days, you can do it with the descending moon. The harvest of the grain is to be carried out with an ascending moon. When the moon is in the upward phase, it favours the rise of the juice to the tops of the plant, therefore it is the best time for the grafting and the harvesting of the fruits.
Tradition has it that certain work should be carried out on the crescent moon (sowing cereals, flowers, fruit and leafy vegetables, with the exception of those that go into seeds such as lettuce and spinach, cutting firewood, pruning weak trees, splitting plugs), Harvesting medicinal herbs and root and fruit vegetables) and others on the waning moon (planting and transplanting root and tuber vegetables, cutting timber, pruning vigorous trees, bud refinement, removal of shoots, pruning, harvesting fruit and tuber vegetables, harvesting, harvesting).
Tradition advises waiting for the half moon: Grain sowing; sowing fruit and leafy vegetables, but not those that tend to get into seeds (e.g. salads and spinach); cutting weak trees (ideal for the new moon); gathering medicinal herbs; Harvesting fruit vegetables (beans, peas, lentils, soybeans, corn, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, courgettes, zucchini...); harvesting root vegetables (beetroot, turnips, carrots, radishes...); splitting grafting; tradition recommends waiting for the fading moon:
Sowing and transplanting vegetables from roots cut from lumber; pruning trees at full power, pruning; making buds plugs; picking up sprouts; harvesting fruit and vegetables for onion (onion, garlic, shallot...); harvesting; harvesting; moon tradition recommends bottling: Moon phase fading trousers rock girl women orandesigne long trousers sport punk harem fashion hopping hop hip wide dance dance baggy trousers cargo trousers black, begins the new season of the vineyard, with winter cut.
Sow directly in the soil, without going through the nursery, thick beans, peas, chives, thyme, carrots, chard, garlic and winter onions (if the climate is not too hard and the place is protected) Transplant: artichokes, asparagus legs, garlic, bulbs. It is time to sow, in warm beds, children's rooms, under glass etc..
DETAILS OF THE MONTH: If you want a good diary, you can put it on in January. January is the wine moon. With the new moon: sow in protected pots begonias, carnations, petunias, ornamental sage; with the half moon: plum berries and raspberries; plant new roses, forsythia and shrubs, plant lilies, lilies and sow annual carnations and nasturtium; with the full moon:
Sow parsley, onion, garlic and shallot; fertilize fruit trees; sow in purple and violet pots; Now is the time to cut all kinds of trees and shrubs, especially deciduous trees, pears, apples, quinces, peaches, plums, currants, raspberries: Proceed decisively with weak plants, more easily with strong plants.
It is time to sow, in warm beds, children's rooms, under glass etc.. Sowing directly into the soil, without going through the nursery, agreetto, turnips, turnips, carrots, parsley, chicory and radicchio, turnip greens, onions, broad beans, salad, peas, turnips, rockets, spinach; DETAILS OF MONTH: Who wants a good herb seed in February.
March is the month of spring ammunition: the earth and nature awaken, the new life cycle for our plants begins. with the new moon: sow chicory and grafted plums and cherries into slices; with the half moon: salad, onions, potatoes and strawberries, sautomatic tomatoes, winter cabbage and Brussels sprouts, envy and turnips; marigolds, twists, poppies, tinnias and violets, transplant lilies, blue bells and chrysanthemums; with full moon:
sown with white garlic, white and red autumn onions, carrots, summer salad, chicory radish, peas and asparagus; plant the dahlias bulbs; when the moon wanes sow peas, parsley, basil and aromatic herbs, cut apples, pears and vines. DETAILS OF MONTH: You can graft the young vineyards with split grafts, taking care to cover the "wounds" with the appropriate mastic.
Planting of young vines and olive trees with the new moon: planting of radicchio, spinach in summer, beans and beans; planting of radicchio, spinach in summer, beans and beans; planting of eggplants, courgettes, courgettes, peas, tomatoes, corn, soya in the growing moon; planting of annual dahlias protected from sudden temperature fluctuations; with the full moon:
chicory, scarole, cucumbers, asparagus sown on the ground; chicory, scarole, cucumbers, asparagus sown on the ground; gladiolus onions sown on the ground; with waning moon: apples and pears grafted, the orchard fertilized, the grass under the plants cut, summer cabbage, leek, curly envy, snail sowed. Refine apples and pears, fertilize the orchard, cut the grass under the plants, sow summer cabbage, leek, curly envy, snail cabbage.
April is the month of transplants, but watch out for possible sudden frost damage. Sow directly in the soil, without going through the nursery, watermelons, peanuts, basil, beetroot, turnips, carrots, carrots, cucumbers, chicory and radicchio, endive, snails, beans, lettuce, melons, peas, tomatoes, leek, parsley, radish, rocket, spinach, pumpkins, courgettes. Transplant cabbage and tomatoes; DETAILS OF THE MONTH: sow with the new moon: pumpkin, celery and turnips at home; with the growing moon: carrots, chicory, scalole, radicchio, beans and beans, spinach, chicory, transplanted peppers, eggplants and tomatoes at home; with the full moon:
prune the rays of the trunk of the fruit plants; with waning moon: graft apples and pears, gather up the weeds; transplant the lettuce. Sow directly in the ground without crossing the nursery, DETAILS OF MONTH: with the half moon: gather the aromatic plants to dry; with the full moon: sow lettuce and summer radicochio, chicory and winter carola at home. with the waning moon: sow tomatoes, cucumbers and eggplants, you can start harvesting barley and wheat.
Sow directly in the ground without going through the nursery, DETAILS OF THE MONTH: with the half moon: harvest tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, fennel, courgettes, cucumbers, salad, soybeans, corn; sow agreetto, chard, turnips, radish, rocket and courgettes. Sowing of beets, late beans, beans and green beans at home with full moon: cleaning and furnishing of equipment and service areas; pruning of fruit trees; refining of cherries and plums with waning moon: harvesting of radish, carrot, onion, apricot, peach, plum, pear, apples.
Sow directly in the soil, without going through the nursery, beets from the garden, diets, carrots, chicory and radicchio, early onions, Indias, beans, fennel, salad, late peas, parsley, radish, summer beets, rocket, snail, courgettes. DETAILS OF THE MONTH: When it's not hot in July and August, it must be sad. When it rains in St Anne's, it rains a month and a week.
Sow basil, beetroot, carrot, cucumber, chicory, fennel, endive, endive, lettuce, leek, parsley, radish, beetroot, turnip green, valerian, spinach, courgette, green beans directly into the floor without going through the children's room. DETAILS OF THE MONTH: Zappa the vineyard of the month August, if you want to have good must. The grape, the fruit symbol of this month, has always been associated with the tradition of harvesting.
Another joy of this month are the mushrooms: with the half moon: transplant fennel, cauliflower and winter chicory; harvest apples, pears, table grapes and figs; plant strawberries outdoors; cut roses, hydrangeas, fuchsias and carnations; sow seeds of rustic plants. Sowing the violet of thought at home; at full moon: place to root roses; elimination of lateral and useless buds from the main buds of chrysanthemums; with the waning moon:
Sow directly in the ground without going through the nursery, beetroot garden, turnips, turnips, parsley, radish, carrots, turnip greens, early onions, salad, broad beans, radicchio, spinach, valerian, you can still basil, fennel (in fresh ground and deep, fennel can not stand the frost), endive, snail, valerian. Plant: sorrel, bay leaf, borage, chervil, cumin, chives, mint, oregano.
DETAILS OF THE MONTH: In September, rain and moon, it's good luck for mushrooms: Sow the radish at home with the half moon; Multiply by division the aromatic herbs and perennial herbs; Plant the postflowering strawberry; Cover with the waning moon: with tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, eggplants and courgettes; Harvest onions, potatoes, almonds and hazelnuts; Plant salads, spinach and valerianella; Plant with with the crescent; Plant with the tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, aubergines and courgettes; Plant with the spinach and vanilla; Plant with the crescent; Plant with the cucumber; Plant with the cucumber; Plant with the cucumber; Plant with the cucumber; Plant with the cucumber; Plant with the cucumber; Plant with the cucumber; with the cucumbers; with the almonds and hazelnuts.
DETAILS OF THE MONTH: With New Moon:Woman Potter Grey The Hoodies Frontal Fashion Autumn Sleeved Hooded Hooded Long Eyewear Pocket Harry Jacket Pullover Jacket Stylish Sports Print Sweatshirt Coat Sweatshirt q1PCdP planted or transplanted trees; shrubs and climbing plants with deciduous leaves; with the crescent moon: Plant the fruit trees, harvest the kiwis, quinces, chestnuts and olives, sow the wheat, sow the spring pea in the warmer areas, sow the radishes in protected cultivation.
Tulip bulbs plant. with full moon: fruit trees and plum apples and pears fertilize. with waning moon: tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, eggplants and courgettes grow; bulbs, potatoes, carrots, almonds and hazelnuts collect. at home for the protected sow: lettuce, cut radicchio, rocket and valerian. plum roses, wisteria, hedges, trees and shrubs to leaf leaves.
Sow spinach, radish, garlic, chickpeas, broad beans, climbing peas, spring peas, lentils, garlic bulbs directly in the ground without going through the children's room. DETAIL OF THE MONTH: If you haven't ploughed all year in November, you'll be in trouble. Sowing directly into the soil without going through the nursery, planting and transplanting: artichokes.