Tsunami - As It Is FLAC album
Опубликовано: 5 апр. 2008 г. Say It If You Mean It by Tsunami Bomb. Probably their best song.
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A tsunami or tidal wave,, also known as a seismic sea wave, is a series of waves in a water body caused by the displacement of a large volume of water, generally in an ocean or a large lake. Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and other underwater explosions (including detonations, landslides, glacier calvings, meteorite impacts and other disturbances) above or below water all have the potential to generate a tsunami
This album managed to achieve sales figures of up to 75,000 copies and some of its songs were used for soap opera soundtracks. But not long ago, their label closed its local division. After the release of their third album, Andi rejoined as a drummer after previously leaving because he focused on his work as a bank employee. In 2011, the band released their fourth album, Dunia yang Indah ("The Beautiful World"), with a hit single "Jaga Slalu Hatimu" ("Always Keep Your Heart"). In 2013, due to differences in music vision, guitarist Yudhi chose to leave the band when the fifth album Sang Juara ("The Champion") was going to be released. Ifan survived the tsunami as the remaining member of Seventeen Personnel.
TSUNAMI is a Neo-Prog, Progressive Rock artist from Germany. Tsunami biography There's not much to say about this short lived German band formed by Alexander IV on the guitars and lead vocals, Marc de Bombayrre in the lead guitar, Groth Van Jaddon (Keyboards and guitars), the bassist Lex and the drummer Victor Van Liss, who also played some keyboard parts.
Why was Saturday's tsunami so deadly? The tsunami struck at 21:30 local time (14:30 GMT) during a local holiday, with few of the warning signals that might have come had it been generated by an earthquake. The child who came back from the dead after tsunami. How reliable are tsunami warning systems? Sea water did not recede as it would with an earthquake tsunami and experts say that even if there had been warning buoys near the volcano, there would have been minimal alert time. And yet it is well known that volcanoes have the capacity to generate big waves. The mechanism as ever is the displacement of a large volume of water. The first satellite imagery returned after the event on Saturday points strongly to a collapse in the west-southwest flank of the volcano. This would have sent millions of tonnes of rocky debris into the sea, pushing out waves in all directions.
As an example, there was a tsunami attack in Chile, South America in 1960. But it travelled almost 17000 km in the Pacific and hit Japan coast. In July 1958, Lituya Bay Alaska, a mega tsunami was hit and it is the tallest tsunami ever hit, wherein waves reached heights of 1720 feet. In Indonesia in 1883, the eruption of Krakaoa volcano had triggered a series of tsunamis which killed over 36000 people. When an earthquake hits the ocean, the ocean floor gets deformed and it results in the vertical displacement of water. When the tectonic plates in earth’s crust move abruptly, it results in a tsunami. Sciorrucks are tsunamis that are caused when underwater landslides occur.
A tsunami is a series of waves that are typically generated in the deep ocean but cause a massive amount of damage when they. Though a tsunami in open ocean rarely reaches higher than a few feet (1+ meter) it is a very deep wave packing lots of power, making it significantly different from surface disturbances, like true ripples or wind-generated waves. It also differs in length from regular surface waves
A tsunami’s trough, the low point beneath the wave’s crest, often reaches shore first. When it does, it produces a vacuum effect that sucks coastal water seaward and exposes harbor and sea floors. This retreating of sea water is an important warning sign of a tsunami, because the wave’s crest and its enormous volume of water typically hit shore five minutes or so later. Recognizing this phenomenon can save lives People experiencing a tsunami should remember that the danger may not have passed with the first wave and should await official word that it is safe to return to vulnerable locations. Some tsunamis do not appear on shore as massive breaking waves but instead resemble a quickly surging tide that inundates coastal areas. The best defense against any tsunami is early warning that allows people to seek higher ground.
As well as travelling at high speeds, tsunamis can also travel large distances with limited energy losses. As the tsunami propagates across the ocean, the wave crests can undergo refraction (bending), which is caused by segments of the wave moving at different speeds as the water depth along the wave crest varies. What happens to a tsunami as it approaches land? As a tsunami leaves the deep water of the open-ocean and travels into the shallower water near the coast, it transforms. The tide gauge at Cocos Island observed the tsunami on December 26th 2004 as it passed by the island, as shown in these observations made during December. Satellite altimeters measure the height of the ocean surface directly by the use of electro-magnetic pulses.
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- Drums, Percussion – Brent Day
- Guitar, Bass – Bill Middleton, John Sinclair
- Keyboards – Bill Sutton