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The (disambiguation)
The is the definite article in English.The may also refer to:* The , a Cyrillic letter used in the Bashkir and Chuvash language* Ṭhē, a letter of the Arabic alphabet* The The, a British music group* The..., an EP by JYJ

The 69 Eyes
The 69 Eyes are a multi-platinum selling Finnish gothic rock band. They are currently signed to EMI Finland. The band's albums are now distributed worldwide. The End Records acts as the band's official North American distributor, as Nuclear Blast Records provides distribution in Mainland Europe, Ireland and the UK. Australia will be handled by AmpHead Music

The Ashes (disambiguation)
The Ashes usually refers to:*The Ashes, the biennial Test cricket competition between Australia and England** List of Ashes seriesIt can also mean:*The Ashes , the rugby league series between Great Britain and Australia

The Back of Beyond
The Back of Beyond is a feature-length award-winning Australian documentary film produced and directed by John Heyer for the Shell Film Unit. In terms of breadth of distribution, awards garnered, and critical response, it is Heyer's most successful film

The Beatles (disambiguation)
The Beatles were a rock group from Liverpool, England, formed in 1960.The Beatles may also refer to:*The Beatles , the band's eponymous album, also known as The White Album, released in 1968.

The Beatles (No. 1)
The Beatles is an EP released by The Beatles in the United Kingdom on the 1 November 1963. It is the Beatles third British EP and was only released in mono; its catalogue number is Parlophone GEP 8883. Containing songs from Please Please Me, the cover was taken in the same photoshoot as the Please Please Me and 1962-1966 covers

The Best Damn Thing
The Best Damn Thing is the third studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne. It was released on April 13, 2007 through RCA Records. According to the IFPI, The Best Damn Thing was the fourth top-selling album worldwide and Sony BMG's top-selling album of 2007. The album was certified platinum by the RIAA on June 15, 2007 and has sold over 6 million copies worldwide

The Beta Band (album)
The Beta Band is the debut album of The Beta Band, released in 1999. The album followed the critically acclaimed compilation of their first three EPs titled The Three E.P.'s

The Big One (Daddy Freddy album)
-Track listing:#"Love Sick" – 5:18#"Keep Talkin'" – 4:39#"Pain Killa" – 5:07#"Rude Boy" – 5:19#"Thru The Dancehall" – 5:01#"The Girl Is Fine" – 5:10#"Spanish Lingua" – 5:07#"Mikey" – 0:10#"Boo Yaka" – 5:50#"How We Do It" – 4:20#"The Big One" – 5:15

The Big Picture
The Big Picture may refer to:In magazines:*Big Picture, a magazine by the Wellcome TrustIn painting*The Big Picture , a 1903 painting by Tom Roberts, formally known as The Opening of the First Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia by H.R.H. The Duke of Cornwall and York The Big Picture may refer to:In magazines:*Big Picture, a magazine by the Wellcome TrustIn painting*The Big Picture (painting), a 1903 painting by Tom Roberts, formally known as The Opening of the First Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia by H.R.H. The Duke of Cornwall and York The Big Picture may refer to:In magazines:*Big Picture, a magazine by the Wellcome TrustIn painting*The Big Picture (painting), a 1903 painting by Tom Roberts, formally known as The Opening of the First Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia by H.R.H. The Duke of Cornwall and York (later H.M

The Big Six (Ghana)
The Big Six were six leaders of the United Gold Coast Convention , the leading political party in the British colony of the Gold Coast. They were detained by the colonial authorities in 1948 following disturbances leading to the killing of three World War II veterans

The Big Sleep (album)
The Big Sleep is a live album by the English New Wave band, The Only Ones produced by John Perry. Is was recorded at the Paradiso, Amsterdam. It includes five songs not heard as live versions before

The Big Sleep (band)
The Big Sleep are a three piece band based in Brooklyn, New York. The band consists of Sonya Balchandani , Danny Barria , and Gabe Rhodes

The Big Sleep (disambiguation)
The Big Sleep is a 1939 novel by Raymond ChandlerThe Big Sleep may also refer to:In film and television:* The Big Sleep , an adaptation of the novel starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall

The Bigs
The Bigs is an arcade-style baseball video game for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, Wii and PlayStation Portable. It was released in June 2007 in North America, and in October in Europe

The Birds and the Bees (album)
The Birds And The Bees is split EP between Australian bands Trial Kennedy and Horsell Common, released 4 April 2006. It features three songs by each band, one of them being an acoustic cover of one of the other band's songs.

The Birds and the Bees (disambiguation)
The birds and the bees is an idiomatic expression that refers to courtship and sex.The Birds and the Bees may also refer to:* The Birds and the Bees , a 1956 remake of The Lady Eve

The Birds and the Bees (Jewel Akens song)
"The Birds And The Bees" was a hit by Jewel Akens in the spring of 1965, reaching #2 on the Cash Box singles chart and #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart: the single also reached #21 on the Billboard Black Singles chart.

The Black Death (novel)
The Black Death is a Gothic novel by author Basil Copper. It was originally announced for publication by Arkham House but was ultimately published by Fedogan & Bremer in 1992 in an edition of 1,000 copies of which 100 were numbered and signed by the author and illustrator.-Plot introduction:The novel is set in Victorian England and concerns John Carter, an architect who leaves

The Bomb (novel)
The Bomb is a 1995 novel by Theodore Taylor written to protest against nuclear testing on Bikini Atoll after the natives are forced to move. It was first published by Harcourt Children's Books in October 1995. The book won the 1996 Scott O'Dell Award for Historical Fiction.-Plot summary:Sorry Rinamu is a 14-year old boy who lives on Bikini Atoll

The Brothers Creeggan
The Brothers Creeggan is a Canadian alternative rock/jazz band composed of Jim Creeggan , Andy Creeggan and Ian McLauchlan

The Company
The Company may refer to:Organizations:* The Society of Jesus, the Christian Catholic Order of Saint Ignatius of Loyola The Company may refer to:Organizations:* The Society of Jesus, the Christian Catholic Order of Saint Ignatius of Loyola The Company may refer to:Organizations:* The Society of Jesus, the Christian Catholic Order of Saint Ignatius of Loyola (also referred to as St

The Company (Ehrlichman novel)
The Company is a political fiction Roman à clef novel written by John Ehrlichman, a former close aide to President Richard Nixon and a figure in the Watergate scandal, first published in 1976 by Simon & Schuster. The title is an insider nicknkame for the Central Intelligence Agency

The Company (Heroes)
The Company refers to a fictional covert international organization in the NBC drama Heroes. Its primary purpose is to identify, monitor and study those individuals with genetically-derived special abilities. The Company played a central role in the plot of Volume Two, during the second season of the series

The Company (TV miniseries)
The Company is a miniseries about the activities of the CIA during the Cold War. It was based on the best selling novel by Robert Littell. The teleplay adaptation was written by Ken Nolan.-Plot:

The Congress (film)
The Congress is a 1988 documentary film directed by Emmy Award-winning director Ken Burns. The Florentine Films production, which focuses on the United States Congress, aired on PBS in 1989. Narrated by David McCullough, the documentary features use of photographs, paintings, and film from sessions of Congress, in its implementation of the Ken Burns Effect

The Coral (album)
-Personnel:The Coral* James Skelly – vocals, guitar, co-producer* Lee Southall – guitar, co-producer* Bill Ryder-Jones – guitar, trumpet, co-producer* Paul Duffy – bass guitar, saxophone, co-producer* Nick Power – keyboards, co-producer

The Crusade (album)
-Reception:* Allmusic [ link]* IGN * Kerrang! * Metal Hammer * Rolling Stone * Sputnikmusic * Total Guitar -Personnel:Trivium*Matt Heafy – lead vocals, lead and rhythm guitars*Corey Beaulieu – lead and rhythm guitars

The Dicks
The Dicks are an American punk rock band from Austin, Texas, originally formed in 1980. They initially disbanded in 1986 before reforming in 2004

The Dining Rooms
The Dining Rooms is a band based in Milan, Italy. Its music does not fall under a specific genre, blending ambient, electronic, and jazz. The Dining Rooms are Stefano Ghittoni and Cesare Malfatti.

The Dock Brief
The Dock Brief is a 1962 black-and-white British legal satire directed by James Hill, starring Peter Sellers and Richard Attenborough, and based on the play of the same name written by John Mortimer .Richard Attenborough was nominated for the 1963 BAFTA Award for best British Actor for his role.-Plot:After 40 years

The End (Crack the Sky album)
The End is a live album by Crack the Sky. It was released on LP in 1984 by the Criminal Records label .-Track listing:All songs written by John Palumbo#"Monkey Time" – 3:45#"Skin Deep" – 4:15#"Ice" – 10:46#"Astro Boy" – 5:41

The End (Groove Coverage song)
"The End" is the second single from the album 7 Years and 50 Days by German trance group Groove Coverage.-Remix List:#"The End" – 3:42#"The End" – 3:08#"The End" – 8:11#"The End" – 6:57

The End (Roadrunner United song)
The End is a song recorded by Roadrunner United for their only album, The All-Star Sessions. It was released as a single and made with a video with the band playing in various "down town" locations

The End (story)
The End is a short story by Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges, first published in La Nación in 1953. It was included in the 1956 edition of Ficciones, part two .-Plot summary:

The End (The X-Files)
"The End" is the 20th episode of the fifth season, and 117th overall of the science fiction television series The X-Files. The episode first aired in the United States and Canada on May 17, 1998. "The End" subsequently aired in the United Kingdom, Ireland and was eventually released for broadcast to mainland Europe

The Epiphany (Bosch)
The Epiphany is an oil painting on wood panels triptych painted by Hieronymus Bosch around the year 1495. This triptych is also sometimes referred to as "The Adoration of the Magi".The centre panel measures 138 x 72 cm, and the wings measure 138 x 34 cm.

The Fighting Temptations
The Fighting Temptations is a 2003 American musical dramedy film produced by Paramount Pictures and MTV Films. It stars Cuba Gooding, Jr. as the film's protagonist as he attempts to revive a church choir in order to enter a gospel competition with the help of a beautiful lounge singer with whom he soon falls in love.The film is notable for its soundtrack and all

The Firm
A firm is a business.Firm or The Firm may also refer to:-Organizations:* Hooligan firm, a group of unruly football fans* The Firm, Inc., a talent management company* Fair Immigration Reform Movement

The Force (band)
The Force is a Grass Valley punk/hardcore band. Members Matt Wedgley , Hunter Burgan , Mark Roustabout , and Chad Cox were all in different punk bands before forming The Force in May 1995. Between 1996 and 1998, The Force released a 7", a 10"/CD and a split 7" as well as a number of songs on compilations

The Force (UK TV series)
The Force is a UK television series produced by the ITV London programme making unit for ITV4. It was first shown in April 2007 and repeated again in the summer. It features clips of incidents involving officers from police forces all over Great Britain and was narrated by Derren Litten.

The Gambia
The Republic of The Gambia, commonly referred to as The Gambia, or Gambia , is a country in West Africa. Gambia is the smallest country on mainland Africa, surrounded by Senegal except for a short coastline on the Atlantic Ocean in the west.

The Gift (Bizzy Bone album)
The Gift is the second solo album by Bizzy Bone, released March 20, 2001. The only single was "Father." "Fried Day" was featured on the Next Friday soundtrack. The Gift Charted Billboard 200 at number 44 and on rap independent albums at number two

The Girl Next Door (2007 film)
The Girl Next Door is a 2007 horror film adaptation of the 1989 novel of the same name by Jack Ketchum. The film is loosely based on true events surrounding the torture and murder of Sylvia Likens by Gertrude Baniszewski during the summer of 1965.-Plot:

The Girl Next Door (film)
The Girl Next Door may refer to:* The Girl Next Door , a musical romantic comedy starring Dan Dailey and June Haver* The Girl Next Door , a romantic comedy featuring Elisha Cuthbert and Emile Hirsch

The Girl Next Door (novel)
The Girl Next Door was written by author Jack Ketchum in 1989. It is loosely based on the true story of the murder of Sylvia Likens in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1965.-Synopsis:

The Grass is Always Greener (album)
-Track listing:#"The Grass Is Always Greener" – 4:43#"The Operator" – 4:23#"Polar" – 3:24#"Das Schöne Einheitsbild" – 3:13#"Unser Mann Aus Hollywood" – 2:45#"Juist" – 3:53#"Alles Was Lebt Bewegt Sich" – 3:40#"Ein Paar Sekunden" – 3:34

The Gray Ghost (TV series)
The Gray Ghost is an American historical series which aired in syndication from October 10, 1957, to July 3, 1958. It depicts the true story of Major John Singleton Mosby, a Virginia officer in the Confederate Army, whose cunning and stealth earned him the nickname "Gray Ghost".-Synopsis:The Gray Ghost stars Tod Andrews as Major Mosby, Phil Chambers as Sergeant Myles Magruder,

The Great Burrito Extortion Case
I'm Gay sounds like it ends prematurely. The ending is cut in the middle of a guitar part.Many of the bonus tracks were released in 2008 on the Japanese 2008 Re-Issue of Bowling for Soup Goes to the Movies.-B-sides:-Credits:

The Hague
The Hague is the capital city of the province of South Holland in the Netherlands. With a population of 500,000 inhabitants , it is the third largest city of the Netherlands, after Amsterdam and Rotterdam

The Heartfelt
The Heartfelt is an album by Figurine released in 2001 and re-released in 2005.-Track listing:#"International Space Station II" – 3:48#"IMpossible" – 4:10#"Pswd:stdum" – 1:28#"Rewind" – 4:04#"Way Too Good" – 2:12#"Stranger" – 5:01

The Holocaust
The Holocaust , also known as the Shoah , was the genocide of approximately six million European Jews and millions of others during World War II, a programme of systematic state-sponsored murder by Nazi

The Interzone Mantras
The Interzone Mantras is the sixth album from Canadian rock group The Tea Party.Named after William S. Burroughs' book of short stories Interzone and the band's interest in eastern mysticism and esoteric philosophies, the songwriting on The Interzone Mantras builds on the subtle electronica and ballads of Triptych, whilst returning to the familiar territory of

The Invisible Detective
The Invisible Detective is a series of juvenile adventure novels, written by Justin Richards. Originally published in the United Kingdom bewtween 2003 and 2005, the series has also been released in the United States.

The Landlord (film)
"The Landlord" is a 2007 short comedy film starring Will Ferrell, Pearl McKay, and featuring Adam McKay. The film was directed by Adam McKay & and written by Ferrell and McKay. In the film, Ferrell's character is harassed by his landlord for overdue rent money

The Last Broadcast (album)
The Last Broadcast is the second studio album by British indie rock band Doves. The album was released by Heavenly Records on 29 April 2002, and went straight to number 1 on the UK Albums Chart. The album's first single "There Goes the Fear" entered the UK Singles Chart at number 3, the band's highest-charting single to date, despite being released and deleted on the same day

The Last Trump
"The Last Trump" is a science fiction short story by Isaac Asimov. It was first published in the June 1955 issue of Fantastic Universe and reprinted in the 1957 collection Earth Is Room Enough

The Lion King
The Lion King is a 1994 American animated film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It is the 32nd feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series

The Long Goodbye (band)
The Long Goodbye is a Los Angeles-based indie band whose members include actors Michael Cera , his Clark and Michael co-star Clark Duke, and drummer Christian Buenaventura

The Look (Shalamar album)
The Look is the seventh album by American R&B group Shalamar, released in 1983 on the SOLAR label. It is the last Shalamar album to feature the line-up of Jeffrey Daniel, Howard Hewett and Jody Watley, as both Daniel and Watley would leave the group shortly after its release.The Look peaked at No. 13 on the R&B chart and No. 79 on the Billboard pop chart

The Lost Crowes
The Lost Crowes is a compilation album by American rock band The Black Crowes. The two-disc compilation comprises material composed and recorded during the Tall and Band sessions in 1993 and 1997, respectively

The Maggot
-Personnel:*The Melvins - producer**King Buzzo - vocals, guitar, and bass**Dale Crover - drums, guitar and vocals**Kevin Rutmanis - bass, slide bass and screaming*Tim Green - engineer, producer

The Magic Position
The Magic Position is the third studio album by English-Irish singer-songwriter Patrick Wolf. It was released on February 26, 2007. The album features collaborations with Marianne Faithfull and Edward Larrikin of Larrikin Love as well as backing vocals by Wolf's sister Jo Apps and also bass and alto clarinet instrumentation by Derek Apps

The Mall (Bromley)
The Mall is a shopping centre in Bromley, South East London, United Kingdom. It is small in size and is often overshadowed by the main shopping centre in Bromley The Glades

The Mall (Cleveland)
The Cleveland Mall is a long public park in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. It was conceived as part of the 1903 Group Plan by Daniel Burnham, John Carrère, and Arnold Brunner as a vast public space flanked by the city's major civic and governmental buildings, all built in the neoclassical style

The Mall (Luton)
The Mall Luton is a large shopping centre in the centre of Luton, United Kingdom. It was formerly an Arndale Centre until it was purchased by The Mall Company in 2006. It was temporarily called The Mall Arndale, but is now referred to as The Mall Luton.

The Mall (Wood Green)
The Mall Wood Green is a large shopping centre and residential complex in Wood Green, North London. It is generally still referred to by its former name of Wood Green Shopping City; the signage on the building still uses that name.

The Mall Romford
Mercury Shopping Centre is a covered shopping mall located in the town centre of Romford, in the London Borough of Havering in east London

The Man (graphic novel)
The Man is an illustrated children's book by British author Raymond Briggs, first published in 1992. It tells the story of a boy who is visited by the titular Man, a minuscule human who arrives in the boy's bedroom unclothed and hungry. The boy initially believes he is dreaming, but soon realises that the Man is indeed real, and starts to take care of him