Big In Germany - Green For Go / Ultra album flac
|A||Green For Go|
- Recorded At – Kinetic Studios
- Lacquer Cut By – MG*
- Producer, Written-By – Chris Liberator, D.D.R.*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A): SUF46000MGA BIG IN GERMANY (NOT)
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side AA): SUF46000MGAA STROBE LIGHT SQUAT PARTY ACID TECHNO
- Barcode: 5 021296 770465
|SUF 046||Big In Germany||Green For Go / Ultra (2xFile, WAV)||Stay Up Forever||SUF 046||UK||Unknown|
|S.U.F. 46:000 m.g.||Big In Germany||Green For Go / Ultra (12", TP, W/Lbl)||Stay Up Forever||S.U.F. 46:000 m.g.||UK||1999|
Студийный свет Hensel, RayLab, Falcon. Доставка и самовывоз.
Complete your Big In Germany collection repetative, dark and underground SUF in the vintage style. more excellence from the bouduair of acid techno.
Ultra is the debut studio album by English pop band Ultra, released in January 1999 by East West Records (Warner Music Group). The album debuted and peaked at number 37 on the UK Albums Chart and spawned several hit singles in the UK and Europe. It was mainly performed and co-written by James Hearn; vocals and piano, Michael Harwood; vocals and guitar, Nick Keynes; bass, and Jon O'Mahony; drums and percussion. It was produced by ex Tears for Fears member, Ian Stanley. Say You Do" (James Hearn) –3:26.
BERLIN - Germany has set an ambitious goal: to run its economy almost entirely on renewable energy by 2050. The energy push, known as the Energiewende, or energy transformation, is often compared in scope to the country’s postwar reconstruction. It will require wide-ranging changes in German society - not just in energy supply but in architecture and agriculture, urban planning, and economic markets. Treading onto this unknown territory, Germany has called on its universities to help make the transformation work.
Green Means Go Currently there are three different colored emission stickers. A green one certifies that a vehicle meets the highest environmental standards. A yellow sticker is for less compliant vehicles (usually diesel or older gasoline-powered). Many other German cities will introduce environmental zones in coming years. By 2016 almost any heavily populated area in Germany had green zones. For a current list and map of cities, see: ww. mwelt-plakette. de (in English, sort of) or in German. Austria and other EU nations are also introducing low emission zones. For more, see Low Emission Zones in the EU (ww. owemissionzones. eu, includes Germany). Next Driving in Germany.
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Green-Zones shows therefore to commercial and tourist traffic on the European Roads, which environmental zones exist in which countries and which regional arrangements and exceptions are valid and which environmental badges and stickers are required for entry. These badges can also be purchased with us, as to avoid the sometimes very high fines for the unauthorized entering of the environmental zones. The Green-Zones App for tourists and car drivers Tourists and car drivers use the free Green-Zones App for the environmental zones in Europe. The first environmental zones in Germany have been introduced on the 0. 3.