UFO As Bacteria - Bad Habit Surprise album FLAC
- Performer: UFO As Bacteria
- Title: Bad Habit Surprise
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: XM AIFF AHX AUD MP2 MPC ASF
- Released: 2005
- Style: Noise
- MP3 album: 1678 mb
- FLAC album: 1658 mb
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 970
Profile: Noise artist based in Northern California. Bad Habit Surprise (CDr, Mini).
Bad Habit is the second studio album recorded by Canadian singer and songwriter Alee and first to be distributed by a record label. It was released April 21, 2017 through Wax Records and Universal Music Canada. The album includes the top 50 single, "When I Do", as well as three singles previously released from Alee's 2015 EP, Say Hello to Goodbye. Alee co-wrote all nine tracks.
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Obsession is the seventh studio album by the British rock band UFO, released in 1978. This was the final studio album to feature Michael Schenker on lead guitar until he returned to the band in 1993. A single from the album, "Only You Can Rock Me", "Cherry", was also released in 1978. So too was the band's first 3-track EP "Only You Can Rock Me", "Cherry", "Rock Bottom", reaching No. 50 in the UK. The album was recorded at an abandoned post office in Los Angeles.
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Bacteria are the oldest and most abundant life form on Earth. These microscopic, single-celled organisms live in all environments - including in and on the human body. A study published in May 2016 in the "Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the . Liles holds a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from Colorado State University and a Master of Science in technical communication from the University of Colorado. Bacteria are the oldest and most abundant life form on Earth. estimated there may be as many as 1 trillion different types of bacteria