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Such, Broken Glass - The Tourist Industry / Someone Became A Ghost album

Such, Broken Glass - The Tourist Industry / Someone Became A Ghost album
Performer: Such, Broken Glass
Title: The Tourist Industry / Someone Became A Ghost
Released: 2005
Country: Netherlands
Style: Abstract, IDM, Experimental
Genre: Electro
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 564
MP3 size: 1175 mb
FLAC size: 1588 mb


Lodi Pt 1 Or Stunted 3:18
One Visit 5:45
Chicago Or Fuck Indiana 3:43
Paul Overtook Anita 4:24
Portland Or The Wasted Are Young On Youth 2:13
Lodi Pt 2 Or Me & You 4:55
You Constantly Creep Me Out 6:27
My Broken Teeth 2:10
The Sun Bright On Your Skin 5:28
San Francisco Or Let It Be 8:45


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BK026 Such, Broken Glass The Tourist Industry / Someone Became A Ghost ‎(CDr, Album) Binkcrsh BK026 Netherlands 2005
BK026 Such, Broken Glass The Tourist Industry / Someone Became A Ghost ‎(File, MP3) Binkcrsh BK026 Netherlands 2005

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Why did the tourist industry of Britain face a setback in the 1960s? How did the British seaside resorts try to survive in the tough competition? What influenced faster development of mass tourism in the 1970s? . The new railways provided cheap travel to seaside resorts such as Scarborough and Blackpool. Public holidays would see a mass exodus from the large cities of Manchester, Liverpool and Leeds to the coast, for people to be entertained at fun-fairs and shows catering to the tastes of the working man. People were also becoming aware of a world put side their own direct experience.

I TOOK a large room, far up Broadway, in a huge old building whose upper stories had been wholly unoccupied for years, until I came. The place had long been given up to dust and cobwebs, to solitude and silence. I seemed groping among the tombs and invading the privacy of the dead, that first night I climbed up to my quarters.

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One can find such newborn ghost towns in different parts of the world. We at Bright Side wondered why this happens, and look what we’ve found. The most interesting thing we prepared for you is at the end of the article. The largest Chinese ghost city is located in the Ordos district, where a rich coal deposit was discovered. In the city of Kangbashi, there are thousands of houses as well as the necessary infrastructure, including an airport, parks, theatres, street sculptures, and a museum. Construction began in 2001, and there were supposed to be 1 million inhabitants. However, only 2% of the planned population currently live there. In the early 2000s, Cirueña was a small village in the north of Spain.

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