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SK Brann - Records
... Greatest home victory 11-0 vs ... Vard Haugesund, (25 June 1997) Greatest away victory 9-0 vs ... (5 May 2004) Greatest home loss 0-7 vs ...
Jay And The Americans - Discography - Albums
... United Artists UAL-3417/UAS-6417 (1965) Jay The Americans Greatest Hits (BB #21, CB #58) – United Artists UAL-3453/UAS-6453 (1965) Sunday and Me (BB #141) – United Artists UAL-3474/UAS-6474 (1966 ... United Artists UAS-6762 (1970) The Very Best of Jay The Americans – United Artists UA-LA357-E (1975) Jay The Americans Greatest Hits – United ...
I Want You Back - Reception
... "I Want You Back" ranks number 120 on Rolling Stone's list of the '500 Greatest Songs of All Time' ... It also ranks ninth on Rolling Stone's list of the '100 Greatest Pop Songs since 1963' ... pop music history." A June 2009 article by The Daily Telegraph called it "arguably the greatest pop record of all time" ...
Greatest Fits
... Greatest Fits is a greatest hits album by the industrial band Ministry ... The album was released on June 19, 2001, on Warner Bros ...
Jerry Sadowitz
... Jerry Sadowitz (born 4 November 1961) is an American-born Scottish stand-up comic and card magician, known for his frequently controversial "sick humour" ... In 2007 he was voted the 15th greatest stand-up comic on Channel 4's 100 Greatest Stand-Ups and again in the updated 2010 list as the 33rd greatest stand-up comic.His ...

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