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Duck Stab!/Buster & Glen is an album released in 1978 by The Residents . It is often called Duck Stab! , after Duck Stab! , a seven-song EP released earlier in 1978 featuring shorter songs similar to the first side of Fingerprince . Buster and Glen was intended to follow Duck Stab! , but instead was the B-side of an LP with the former release as the A-side. The 1995 Euro Ralph CD reissue of the album included Duck Stab! and Buster and Glen as two separate 3" mini CDs, marking the first and only time where the latter has been presented as a standalone EP as originally intended.

The shorter length of the songs made the album more accessible for fans who had recently heard "Satisfaction", and songs like "Constantinople" and "Hello Skinny" helped cement the band's cult following. This album features guitar by Philip " Snakefinger " Lithman.

The World of Ice & Fire is a companion volume to the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, provisionally known as a 'world book'. The full title is The World of Ice & Fire: The Untold History of Westeros and the Game of Thrones .

The book was written by George R. R. Martin in collaboration with Elio Garcia and Linda Antonsson . In the United States the book was published by Bantam, in the United Kingdom by Harper Voyager.

George R. R. Martin announced on his website that he had signed a contract with Bantam Books for The World of Ice & Fire on September 2, 2006. [3] To write the book, Martin enlisted the aid of Elio García and Linda Antonsson, founders of Westeros.org , the largest A Song of Ice and Fire community and online concordance of information on the series on the internet. At the time, Martin envisioned The World of Ice & Fire to be done "in just a couple of years". However, the project took much longer to complete, and grew larger than initially intended. [4]

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Duck Stab!/Buster & Glen is an album released in 1978 by The Residents . It is often called Duck Stab! , after Duck Stab! , a seven-song EP released earlier in 1978 featuring shorter songs similar to the first side of Fingerprince . Buster and Glen was intended to follow Duck Stab! , but instead was the B-side of an LP with the former release as the A-side. The 1995 Euro Ralph CD reissue of the album included Duck Stab! and Buster and Glen as two separate 3" mini CDs, marking the first and only time where the latter has been presented as a standalone EP as originally intended.

The shorter length of the songs made the album more accessible for fans who had recently heard "Satisfaction", and songs like "Constantinople" and "Hello Skinny" helped cement the band's cult following. This album features guitar by Philip " Snakefinger " Lithman.

Duck Stab!/Buster & Glen is an album released in 1978 by The Residents . It is often called Duck Stab! , after Duck Stab! , a seven-song EP released earlier in 1978 featuring shorter songs similar to the first side of Fingerprince . Buster and Glen was intended to follow Duck Stab! , but instead was the B-side of an LP with the former release as the A-side. The 1995 Euro Ralph CD reissue of the album included Duck Stab! and Buster and Glen as two separate 3" mini CDs, marking the first and only time where the latter has been presented as a standalone EP as originally intended.

The shorter length of the songs made the album more accessible for fans who had recently heard "Satisfaction", and songs like "Constantinople" and "Hello Skinny" helped cement the band's cult following. This album features guitar by Philip " Snakefinger " Lithman.

The World of Ice & Fire is a companion volume to the A Song of Ice and Fire novels, provisionally known as a 'world book'. The full title is The World of Ice & Fire: The Untold History of Westeros and the Game of Thrones .

The book was written by George R. R. Martin in collaboration with Elio Garcia and Linda Antonsson . In the United States the book was published by Bantam, in the United Kingdom by Harper Voyager.

George R. R. Martin announced on his website that he had signed a contract with Bantam Books for The World of Ice & Fire on September 2, 2006. [3] To write the book, Martin enlisted the aid of Elio García and Linda Antonsson, founders of Westeros.org , the largest A Song of Ice and Fire community and online concordance of information on the series on the internet. At the time, Martin envisioned The World of Ice & Fire to be done "in just a couple of years". However, the project took much longer to complete, and grew larger than initially intended. [4]


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