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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Available to Singapore residents. By clicking sign up, I agree that I would like information, tips and offers about Microsoft Store and other Microsoft products and services. Privacy Statement. Skip to main content. Pick a gift "Driver 8" - R. Continue Cancel. Wish list. This content requires a game sold separately. The Flaming Lips' American Head is a trip, a journey to the past that one doesn't want to return to but never wants to forget.
With the release of his seventh solo album, Late Night Laments , Tim Bowness explores global tensions and considers how musicians can best foster mutual understanding in times of social unrest. It's much too stark.
But there's something riveting about the way Olsen coos to herself that's soft and comforting. Tuesday 14 July Wednesday 15 July Thursday 16 July Friday 17 July Saturday 18 July Sunday 19 July Monday 20 July Tuesday 21 July Wednesday 22 July Thursday 23 July Friday 24 July Saturday 25 July Sunday 26 July Monday 27 July Tuesday 28 July Wednesday 29 July Thursday 30 July Friday 31 July Saturday 1 August Sunday 2 August Monday 3 August Tuesday 4 August Wednesday 5 August Thursday 6 August Friday 7 August Saturday 8 August Sunday 9 August Monday 10 August Tuesday 11 August Wednesday 12 August Thursday 13 August Friday 14 August Saturday 15 August Sunday 16 August Monday 17 August Tuesday 18 August Wednesday 19 August Thursday 20 August Friday 21 August Saturday 22 August Sunday 23 August"Driver 8" is the second single from R.E.M.'s third album, Fables of the Reconstruction. Released in September , the song peaked at number 22 on the U.S. Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. It was not released in Europe and did not chart in the United States. The song refers to the Southern Crescent, a passenger train operated by the Southern Railroad until , and continues today as the .