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Local Hero is the debut soundtrack album by British singer-songwriter and guitarist Mark Knopfler, released in March 1983 by Vertigo Records internationally and by Warner Bros. Records in the United States. It contains music composed for the 1983 film Local Hero, produced by David Puttnam and both written and directed by Bill Forsyth. In 1984, the album received a BAFTA award nomination for Best Score for a Film.

Shinoda was never the household name today, and a certain dysfuntional singer named Mark Wakefield happened to cause global warming in the comfort of his own microphone. You get it so far, they were stinkers. That might have been the high-point of the entire album. Xero haven't pushed the boundaries or presented anything groundbreaking, all that is really presented is a garage band in your moms house.

Originally consisting of three high school friends, Xero's foundation was anchored by Mike Shinoda and Brad Delson along with Rob Bourdon. After graduating from high school, the California natives began to take their musical interests more seriously, recruiting Joe Hahn, Dave "Phoenix" Farrell, and Mark Wakefield to perform in their band then titled Xero.

Hero is an album featuring the songs from the rock opera, !Hero. It is based on the question, "What if Jesus was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania?" The rock opera modernizes Jesus' last two years on earth and features a cast of many well-known Christian rock artists with Michael Tait, Rebecca St. James, and Mark Stuart as the three main characters: Hero (Jesus), Maggie (Mary Magdalene), and Petrov (Peter).

Heroes is the second album in David Bowie’s Berlin period, where he traveled to Berlin, Germany to detox after battling a cocaine addiction. The other albums in his Berlin period are Low in 1977 and Lodger in 1979. This new detoxed Bowie is becoming accepted, and setting out the blueprint for electronic music for the next decade. Heroes has it all. It would be the album that every young budding musician would refer to for guidance and inspiration for the next decade, and beyond.

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