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The song is considered by many to have a punk or metal musical aesthetic, unlike with the original Japanese opening "Cha-La Head-Cha-La", which took more a melodic synth-based rock approach. When asked about "Rock the Dragon" in an Animerica Magazine interview, Funimation's Gen Fukunaga said, "It was done in Los Angeles [by Saban] and it's a very distinctive sound".[6]

Show By Rock!! (Dub)

The Secret Garden in Concert is a 90-minute show in our beautiful, outdoor amphitheater. Featuring local singers and dancers, showcasing their talents all to the theme of the beloved literary classic, The Secret Garden.

With headlining shows in Asia, Europe, Canada, and from New York to California The American Rogues are taking on the worlds of Celtic, Rock, Roots, Soundtrack, World, Military, Japanese and Classic music. The Official Band of the National Navy Seal Museum.

Daniel Lanois is, for me, among the greatest record producers of the rock era. He's been involved in so many of my favorite albums over the years: Peter Gabriel's So and Us, Bob Dylan's Oh Mercy and, of course, the lion's share of U2's best work, in conjunction with his friend and frequent collaborator Brian Eno.

I was fortunate to hear about this album while it was still in the works nearly a year ago. When the band gathered in February for some choice dates in Los Angeles, I got to travel to Bella Vista, Lanois' Silver Lake enclave, to record an impromptu living-room performance and interview. The resulting session aired on my KCRW radio show that week and marked Black Dub's worldwide radio debut.

In 2012, Japanese fans petitioned NHK for a rebroadcast or DVD re-release of the show. In response, NHK apologized and stated that this was impossible, as the masters of the Japanese dub had been lost.[1]

For years, Nichijou was one of the most widely-known examples of a popular anime without an English dub. This was due to issues with licensing, which caused the series to only be available with subs for eight years. One additional theory for the delay was because of the show's niche humor and wordplay. Many of its jokes require at least some knowledge of Japanese culture, meaning many casual anime fans would probably wouldn't understand them immediately.

The Red Rocks experience goes beyond the music itself. The iconic rock formations and position above Denver add a powerful mystique. Early-evening concerts are especially momentous, as the waning rays of a Colorado sunset frame the stage and paint the setting with pastel colors.

SpongeBob SquarePants first aired in English on Nickelodeon Southeast Asia (before the Philippine feed separated in 2011) on April 7, 2001, and later the Radio Philippines Network (RPN 9) from 2002 to 2004. After RPN lost its rights of airing Nickelodeon shows, ABC 5 (now known as TV5) launched Nick on ABC/TV5 in 2006, in a block called Nick sa TV5 (Nick on TV5). SpongeBob SquarePants episodes were later dubbed for the first time into Filipino on August 11, 2008, three days after ABC 5 was relaunched into TV5, making them the first Nick broadcaster on Philippine free TV to do so. Schedules from 2007 mention SpongeBob already airing on the channel, but it is unknown if these episodes were dubbed or not.[2] The show aired every 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM. The network ended its contract with Nickelodeon on June 30, 2010.

SpongeBob SquarePants was also aired on Q Channel 11 (later GMA News TV, now known as GTV) weekday mornings until February 18, 2011. ABS-CBN launched Nick Time (later Nickelodeon on ABS-CBN) on July 26, 2010 at 8:30 AM under their Team Animazing time block. SpongeBob SquarePants was among others shown during Nick Time, thus continuing the Filipino dub that was started by TV5.

After a week, SpongeBob SquarePants went back to air. Studio 23 (now known as ABS-CBN S+A), ABS-CBN's UHF affiliate, launched Nickelodeon on Studio 23 on October 4, 2010. Like its mother station ABS-CBN, programs are dubbed in Filipino/Tagalog. The Nickelodeon on Studio 23 block temporarily ended in October 2011 and returned in January 2012. After 4 years, Nickelodeon on Studio 23 ended airing its block on January 16, 2014 to pave way for the airing of ABS-CBN S+A. Nickelodeon on ABS-CBN S+A was launched on January 20, 2014 and all of its shows are reverted to its original English language rather than Filipino-dubbed.

The Filipino/Tagalog dub aired weekdays in the morning on ABS-CBN. Around its final years on television, the dub broadcasted every Sunday morning at 8:30am, airing one episode in syndication.[citation needed] Since the launch of ABS-CBN's new soft-run channels, the show now airs on its new kids' channel, Yey! with the Filipino dub, airing in order (by season), thus replacing the now defunct airing on ABS-CBN S+A.

However, in May 5, 2020, the National Telecommunications Commission has issued a cease-and-desist order on ABS-CBN's broadcast operations and later, in June 30, 2020, the Yey! channel has ceased to air due to the imposed alias cease-and-desist order. This leaves the local Nickelodeon channel becoming the only broadcaster of the show for sometime. According to the dubbing director, Bernie Malejana, it is unknown when the dub will return.[3]

Although showers are not available for the majority of passengers, one of the airport lounges does provide access to Dublin Airport showers, allowing you to stay refreshed before or after your flight. 041b061a72

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