From her debut album Nightout (1979).
New Fast Automatic Daffodils with Stockholm.
For me they are a Madchester band.
"[The region of] Garmisch-Partenkirchen, [where the Alps saddle the German-Austrian border - MFBB], wants to attract more tourists from arab countries. Until now there's only around 3,000 overnight stays from muslim guests, while other mountain regions receive more than ten times that number, ascertain both the local Tourist Manager and the Chief of the Bavarian Zugspitze-Railroad. The Zugspitze, at 2,962 meters Germany's highest mountain, is one of Garmisch-Partenkirchen's top attractions. Current accommodations for muslims, like an islamic prayer room in the mountain station and special toilets for arabs, are clearly insufficient according to both officials. For that reason they had a special edition of the local tourist magazine printed uniquely for arabs - in it the cross on top of the Zugspitze has been photoshopped away. The 4,88m high cross has been on the mountain since 1851."
"FRANCE has suffered a fresh outbreak of urban unrest, with three police officers wounded in an attack by a crowd firing shotguns and lobbing petrol bombs.
Two of the officers were wounded by shotgun pellets and the third by a firework used as a rocket in the incident that began late on Friday in the Grigny suburb of Paris, police said.
The unrest began after a police unit broke up a fight between around 20 people. The officers were set upon as they returned to their vehicles by a crowd, some of whom fired shotguns and threw petrol bombs.
Riot police were rushed to the area and used tear gas to disperse the crowd.
The incident in Grigny came two weeks after rioting in the northern city of Amiens left 17 police officers wounded.
The unrest there has helped place crime and security at the top of the political agenda in France.
The new Socialist government has promised to reverse a decline in police numbers with special attention given to marginalised urban areas which have periodically erupted into violence over the last decade."