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Music critics praised the record's production and composition and was named one of the year's 40 best albums by Fuse. The EP along with its singles won various awards, including at the Gaon Chart Music Awards and World Music Awards. A repackaged version of the extended titled Still Alive was released on June 3, 2012, and featured the single, "Monster" along with two new additional tracks.

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Both versions achieved commercial success in South Korea, with Alive and Still Alive ranking as the 2nd and 6th best-selling albums of 2012 in South Korea; it sold a combined total of over 450,000 copies by 2016. Internationally, Alive marked the first time a Korean-language album entered the Billboard 200 in the United States, and the second time a Korean artist entered the chart after BoA in 2009.

On January 27, 2012, the track listing and title of BigBang's upcoming EP, Alive were announced.[1] Teddy Park of YG Entertainment and BigBang member G-Dragon produced the majority of the music for the EP with the help of other producers such as DJ Murf and Peejay. G-Dragon also wrote the majority of the songs on the EP with the help of T.O.P. and Teddy Park.

The EP was repackaged as a special edition with additional songs and re-titled as Still Alive. The special edition and its single "Monster" were released June 3, 2012. "Blue", "Bad Boy", "Fantastic Baby", and "Monster" were also re-recorded with Japanese lyrics and included on BigBang's full-length Japanese album, Alive. Other tracks, in their original Korean language form, were also included on the album.

Alive became the first Korean album or EP to chart on the United States' Billboard 200 and at its time of release, held the record for being the best selling K-pop album ever in the United States, selling over 4,100 copies in its first week of release.[10][11] It also charted at number four on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart,[12] at number twenty-two on the Independent Albums chart,[13] and number four on the World Albums chart.[14] On March 9, 2012, it was revealed that BigBang was the first act to occupy 5 out of the top 10 spots on Billboard's K-pop Hot 100 with "Blue", "Bad Boy", "Fantastic Baby", "Ain't No Fun", and "Love Dust".[15]

Alive reached number six on Japan's domestic Oricon weekly album chart as a Korean import.[16] In South Korea, both Alive and Still Alive debuted at number one on the Gaon Album Chart.[17][18] The EP finished 2012 as the second best-selling album of the year in South Korea, while the repackage was the sixth.[19] In Taiwan, the EP reached the number-one spot on G-Music chart[20] and managed to be certified double platinum.[21]

In December 2019, Billboard ranked Alive number 22 on their list of The 25 Greatest K-Pop Albums of the 2010s; Caitlin Kelley praised the record's musical craftsmanship and wrote that it represented "the moment when Big Bang crossed the threshold from above-average hitmakers to full-fledged icons."[22]

Bill Moyers and mythologist Joseph Campbell begin their groundbreaking and timeless conversation with an exploration of the classic hero cycle, including consistent and enduring hero patterns in literature, real life and even the Star Wars films. Campbell also encourages the audience to view parts of their own lives as heroic journeys. In a clip from the first episode, Campbell encourages the audience to discover what excites them, and make that the basis for their personal journeys.

It's been a busy year for Unwed Sailor, the long-running post-rock project of former Pedro the Lion member Johnathon Ford. They released the new album Truth or Consequences in May, an expanded 20th anniversary reissue of their debut LP The Faithful Anchor in November, and now they're gearing up to put out a live session EP, Live at CommVess, on January 21 via Spartan Records (pre-order).

Unwed Sailor are also gearing up to open the 2022 dates on mewithoutYou's Brother, Sister anniversary tour. We just caught the NYC date earlier this week, and if you're thinking about going, we highly recommend it. All dates are listed below.

Phil, Al, and Jase discuss trying to live a life unashamed of their faith and the changes in their lives that got them there. Jase fills everyone in on how Donald Trump Jr. sold him on supporting Donald Trump for president.

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2012-13 Live EPRelease dateJuly 1, 2014Recorded dateMay 4th, 2012 - February 2nd, 2013StudioTD Garden in Boston, MAThe Arena at Gwinnett Center in Duluth, GAThe Soccer City Complex FNB Stadium in Johannesburg, SAHeineken Jammin' Festival - Milan, ITPrudential Center in Newark, NJLength24:32LabelWarner Bros.Produced byJason GossmanAdam NobleChronologyPreviousNextRock & Roll Hall of Fame Covers EP(2012)Live in Paris EP(2016)2012-2013 Live EP is a digital-only EP Red Hot Chili Peppers released for free in 2014 as a way to celebrate the culmination of the band's I'm With You World Tour. Chad Smith personally selected five of his favorite performances from select dates tour for fans to download for free.

In this mix KayThreee links up with DJ NatzB, DJ Shaq & Space to create a mega mix from their Instagram live.To keep up to date with new mixes and events/parties that could be near you follow and add KayThreee on his socials (BELOW)Social Media:Snapchat - W24brathwaiteInstagram - DjKayThreeeTwitter - DjKayThreeeEmail -

From 8 p.m. to 9 p.m., there's a show called On Patrol: First Shift. The majority of that hour is just re-airs of earlier episodes. But at the top of the show, hosts Dan Abrams, Sean Larkin, and Curtis Wilson do a little preview of what's coming up for the night and they have some updates. And the plan right now is to have both Captain Brown and Alexa Dean on during First Shift, so there would probably be a little back and forth there about how they prepped, how they're getting ready, what they've been discussing. That's probably where we'd see that first.

[Laughs] I have to give that a number grade? Here's what I'll say: It is without a doubt the hardest live show I've ever produced. And I would actually put out there that it's probably it's more difficult than anything else being produced on TV. We have such an amazing team, and there are so many different factors out there with how we produce the show, which is why we're the only ones who can do it.

In Episode #1 of our Options Crash Course, we trace everything back to the source - the option contract. Inside of an option contract between the long side and the short side, the strike price, expiration date, underlying stock, and quantity are all fixed, whereas the price of the contract itself is floating.

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