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The Other Ones - We Are What We Are flac album
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The Other Ones - We Are What We Are flac album

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Album:
We Are What We Are
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Released:
Genre:
Style:
New Wave, Pop Rock, Synth-pop
MP3 archive size:
1402 mb
FLAC archive size:
1351 mb
Other formats:
VQF RA AHX MOD DTS AAC AIFF
Rating:
4.8
Votes:
844

Tracklist

We Are What We Are 4:25
Dark Ages 4:28
Moments 5:08

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
608 781-213 The Other Ones We Are What We Are ‎(12", Single) Virgin 608 781-213 Europe 1987
PR 1019 The Other Ones We Are What We Are ‎(12", Promo) Virgin Records America PR 1019 US 1987
VINX 165 The Other Ones We Are What We Are ‎(12", Single) Virgin VINX 165 Italy 1987
VS 931 12 The Other Ones We Are What We Are ‎(12", Single) Virgin VS 931 12 UK 1987
VS 931-12 DJ The Other Ones We Are What We Are ‎(12", Single, Promo) Virgin Dance VS 931-12 DJ UK 1987
009317 The Other Ones We Are What We Are ‎(7") Virgin 009317 France 1987
VS1363, VS 1363 The Other Ones We Are What We Are ‎(7") Virgin, Virgin VS1363, VS 1363 Canada 1987
7-99473 The Other Ones We Are What We Are ‎(7", Promo) Virgin 7-99473 US 1987
VS 931 The Other Ones We Are What We Are ‎(7", Single) Virgin VS 931 UK 1987
108 781, 108 781-100 The Other Ones We Are What We Are ‎(7", Single) Virgin, Virgin 108 781, 108 781-100 Europe 1987
VS 931 The Other Ones We Are What We Are ‎(7", Single) Virgin VS 931 Australia 1987
VIN 45219 The Other Ones We Are What We Are ‎(7", Single) Virgin VIN 45219 Italy 1987
7-99473 The Other Ones We Are What We Are ‎(7", Single) Virgin 7-99473 US 1987
VS 931 The Other Ones We Are What We Are ‎(7", Single) Virgin VS 931 New Zealand 1987
7 50118-6 The Other Ones We Are What We Are ‎(CDV, Promo, NTSC) Virgin 7 50118-6 UK 1987
none The Other Ones We Are What We Are ‎(12", Single, TP) Not On Label none Europe Unknown


We Are What We Are is a 2013 American horror film directed by Jim Mickle and starring Bill Sage, Julia Garner, Ambyr Childers, and Kelly McGillis. It was screened at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and in the Directors' Fortnight section at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. It is a remake of the 2010 Mexican film of the same name. Both a sequel and prequel have been announced.

We Are What We Are (Spanish: Somos lo que hay) is a 2010 Mexican horror film directed by Jorge Michel Grau. The movie is about a family who, after the death of the father, try to continue on with a disturbing, ritualistic tradition. In the opening scene, Dad dies on the sidewalk at a local shopping mall.

I think I'm ready I think I've got it Cause too much thinking is bad for my health It's like a fire Cause when I start it, I can't control it and I burn myself But I can't just sit here and watch it If we don't stop it, no one will  . We Are serves as the 2nd track off Thousand Foot Krutch’s sixth studio album, The End Is Where We Begin.

This Album is Dedicaced To Shaun Snape. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.

We critics can't be too careful. Employers are eager to replace us with Celeb Info-Nuggets that will pimp to the mouth-breathers, who underline the words with their index fingers whilst they watch television. Roger Ebert's Journal by Roger Ebert. I know it is coming, and I do not fear it, because I believe there is nothing on the other side of death to fear. On the other hand, teenage daughters Iris (Ambyr Childers) and Rose (Julia Garner) are not quite as enthused with the responsibilities that have suddenly been forced upon them. What the Parkers don't realize is that their ghastly secrets are in danger of being revealed by the police, a curious neighbor (Kelly McGillis) and a local doctor (Michael Parks) whose daughter was a Parker house entree. Even Mother Nature gets into the act, as the torrential rains begin to uncover skeletal evidence of unspeakable crimes.

Bon soir! Here we are at the "pride" of Saint Tropez, the "envy" of the caba. Look under our glitz: Muscles and tits, Proving we are what we are. We face life though it's sometimes sweet and sometimes bitter, Face life, with a little guts and lots of glitter. Look under our frocks: Girdles and jocks, Proving we are what we are!.

In my recent horror movie craving, I came across WE ARE WHAT WE ARE after seeing a few brief mentions of it when it premiered at Cannes in 2013. I'd forgotten all about it until I saw it sitting on the shelf at my local department store and couldn't remember what it was that had interested me in it in the first place, but I figured I'd give it a go. I refreshed myself on the premise and settled in for the movie, soon finding myself pleasantly surprised. Rose, on the other hand, wants out and she wants out now. She wants nothing to do with it and, more importantly, she wants to save her little brother from falling into their father's insane beliefs. Michael Parks as Doc Barrow is a nice addition as well. I've never really seen him in such an expanded role and a film as gloomy as this seems perfect for his tense, deliberate line delivery.

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Though thereWe Are What We Are is a film that simply was not up my alley for many different reasons. Aside from being incredibly cliche, the ending is far too much, and the film feels as if it is far more content just trying to shock its audience instead of creating any unique atmosphere. Though there are a few great scenes, the film's atmosphere is slack, the pacing is slow, and the film as a whole suffers from these inadequacies. The pacing of the film is pretty bad, but this is in large part due to its cliches. It slacks as you wait to see what cliche will be pulled out next.