Led Zeppelin Remasters is a 3-LP (or 2-cassette or 2-CD) compilation album of remastered material by English rock group Led Zeppelin. It was initially released in the UK and Japan by Atlantic Records on 15 October 1990. The album is essentially a scaled-down version of the 4-CD Led Zeppelin boxed set.
Rust in Peace is the fourth studio album by American heavy metal band Megadeth. It was released by Capitol Records in 1990. A remixed and remastered version, featuring several bonus tracks, was released in 2004. A limited edition 180 Gram LP using the original mix was issued in the U.S. in 2008 by Capitol Records. This is the only remastered version of the original mix currently available. According to "National Album Positioning Charts," Rust in Peace sold 1,116,700 albums in United States.
Cowboys from Hell is Pantera's fifth album and their first Atco Records album, recorded at The Dallas Sound Lab in Irving, TX and released on July 24, 1990. This was their first commercially successful album, exposing the band's choppy rhythms and dissonant vocals to mainstream audiences.
Persistence of Time is the fifth studio album by American heavy metal band Anthrax. The album was released in 1990 by Megaforce Worldwide/Island Entertainment. The album includes the singles, "Got the Time" and "In My World" (which was performed by the band on an episode of Married... With Children.)
Blue Sky Mining is an album by Midnight Oil that was released in 1990 under the Columbia Records label. It received high ratings from critics. A limited release of the record featured clear blue vinyl. The title track reached #1 on the Modern Rock Tracks.
Fear of a Punk Planet is the third album by the southern California punk rock band The Vandals, originally released in 1990 by Triple X Records. It was their first album to include the lineup of Dave Quackenbush, Warren Fitzgerald, Joe Escalante and Josh Freese, solidifying the band's roster after several years of fluctuation.
Beg To Differ is Prong's first album released under the CBS label. It can best be described as "metal gone alternative". The album also includes one live track ("Third From The Sun", a Chrome cover) recorded at CBGB's, New York in 1989. Brian "Pushead" Schroeder did the design and cover artwork for the album.
Ah Via Musicom is Eric Johnson's third solo album, released in February 1990. Several of the songs on the album are dedicated to fellow guitarists. Johnson revealed in an interview with Guitar Player magazine in March 1990 that the song "Steve's Boogie" is dedicated to Austin pedal steel guitarist Steve Hennig. Johnson also revealed in the same interview that the song "Song for George" is dedicated to an 80-year-old guitarist friend of his named George Washington.
The Swedish women's national ice hockey team or Damkronorna ("the Lady Crowns" in Swedish) is controlled by Svenska Ishockeyförbundet. The Swedish team had traditionally been the fourth-best women's team in the world, behind Canada, USA and Finland.
Kevin Muscat is an Australian football (soccer) player. After beginning his professional career in the Australian National Soccer League, he played ten seasons in Britain with Crystal Palace, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Rangers and Millwall Football Club. A number of incidents earned Muscat a reputation as a "hard man". He has played over 50 times for Australia, and currently plays for Melbourne Victory in the Australian A-League.
Tancheon, a tributary of Seoul's Han River, is a stream beginning in the city of Yongin in Gyeonggi-do and flowing through Seongnam and then between the districts of Songpa-gu and Gangnam-gu in Seoul before entering flowing into the Han River. It has a total length of 35.6 kilometres. Winding through the district of Bundang, the stream is one of the widely recognised symbols of the borough. All streams in the Bundang area flow towards the Tancheon.
The Abbey Lounge, known to Inman Square locals as The Abbeyfeale Cafe, a bar and nightclub in Somerville, Massachusetts, first opened sometime around 1907 and established after prohibition ended in 1933, closed forever in November 2008. The first of many of the original "Abbey bands" to enter the scene was SCHNOCKERED, debuting at the Abbey Lounge every other Wednesday night beginning in March 1998 until the first official weekend production featuring headliners heavy stud, May 1, 1999.