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The YAH-56 Gunship is the Allied Nations primary gunship that is featured in Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction. The Allied Nations YAH-56 Attack Helicopter is one of the strongest helicopters in the game. The helicopters are only found patrolling the airspace around Kusong and the Allied . in the Northern Province of North Korea
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Yeah Yeah Yeah is the first single from New Politics' self-titled studio album New Politics. The song is featured in the soundtrack for the mutli award-winning video game Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit. It was also featured in a 2010 Dell commercial. The video, released on July 7th, 2010, features the band performing the song in various locations, accompanied by lead singer David Boyd’s dance moves. The video even begins with Boyd’s self-proclaimed move, Boyding, which involves standing on one’s head. Yeah Yeah Yeah" Track Info.
Whores Will Be Whores-uh huh baby yeah (This is all I have, if you'd really listen to me) (My heart is empty just like your head) (I'm so sick and tired of trying) (You promised forever you fucking liar!) What would you do if I said to you That I feel this in my soul? Laugh at the thought of growing old with you You want me to come home This life is going nowhere You've got a lot of nerve to fucking say I've got a lot of growing up to do And we're going down in flames
Her penchant for movement was most obviously illustrated by her album with John Parish, Dance Hall At Louse Point, which accompanied a contemporary piece of the same name by the Mark Bruce Dance Company in 1996. But her other albums have also kept up a kind of tango of rapprochement and retreat with the listening world. Every commercial breakthrough or rich, melodic offering has given way to a more bloody-minded - or just bloody - follow-up. So the writing was pretty much on the wall for its successor, Uh Huh Her, her sixth full solo album. Harvey's music, too, has retreated once again into primal simplicity on songs like the trebly 'Who The Fuck?'. Here, skeletal drums vie with Harvey's distorted howl and a guitar line with a mind of its own, outdoing the White Stripes and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs - two bands Harvey foreshadowed - at punk-blues minimalism.