8 thoughts on “ Thousand Yard Stare - 0-0 A.E.T. (No Score After Extra Time) (CD) ”

  1. - Thousand Yard Stare: O.o.a.e.t. (On Score After Extra Time) [3 Tracks Single] - glycufafutolalnaijouparseoholdweb.coinfo Music.
  2. The Seasonstream EP began with a track titled " a.e.t", (which means "No Score After Extra Time"), a football metaphor laden song that featured Martin Bell of The Wonder Stuff on fiddle. a.e.t appeared as the first track on the Hands On LP. This single again topped the Indie music charts, and reached number 65 in the UK Singles Chart.
  3. Nov 20,  · Incredible four CD box set filled with influential and diverse U.K.-based Indie Pop and Rock acts that emerged from Great Britain in the broad wake of '80s Post-Punk. The Brit Box features all of the styles that wormed their way into the hearts of the music lovers during the late '80s, all through the '90s and beyond including Indie, Shoegaze /5(25).
  4. The thousand-yard stare or two-thousand-yard stare is a phrase often used to describe the blank, unfocused gaze of soldiers who have become emotionally detached from the horrors around them. It is also sometimes used more generally to describe the look of dissociation among victims of other types of trauma.. Origin. The phrase was popularized after Life magazine published the painting Marines.
  5. A.E.T. (No Score After Extra Time) Mixed By – Stephen Street, Thousand Yard Stare Producer – Stephen Street: 2: Village End Producer – Stephen Street: 3: Wonderment Producer – Nick Steele, Thousand Yard Stare: /5.
  6. Thousand Yard Stare - No Score After Extra Time Lyrics. Your nose is swelling with the sent of victory But watch it relegated to your memory Hiding to nothing is a figure of my past I'll wipe the.

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