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Federal Base - Is Anybody Out There? album download

Performer:

Federal Base

Title:

Is Anybody Out There?

Genre:

Electronic

MP3 album size:

1730 mb

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Rating:

4.1 ✱

Style:

House

Country:

Germany

Date of release:

1992

Federal Base - Is Anybody Out There? album download

Tracklist

Is Anybody Out There? (Main Mix) 5:41
Is Anybody Out There? (Radio Mix) 3:04
Is Anybody Out There? (Alternative Mix) 5:19

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ZYX 6779-12 Federal Base Is Anybody Out There? ‎(12") ZYX Music ZYX 6779-12 Germany 1992
ZYX 6779-12US Federal Base Is Anybody Out There? ‎(12") ZYX Music ZYX 6779-12US US 1992
ZYX 6779-8 Federal Base Is Anybody Out There? ‎(CD, Maxi) ZYX Music ZYX 6779-8 Germany 1992



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Is There Anybody Out There? is the debut album from American pop duo A Great Big World. Its single "Say Something" achieved considerable success after Christina Aguilera heard the song, decided to collaborate on the song and a re-recorded version was released. The reception to the album has been mixed

Is There Anybody Out There?" is a song from the Pink Floyd album, The Wall. The first half of the piece has the same concept of "Hey You", being a distress call from Pink. The shrill siren-like sound effect used during this song is also used in an earlier Pink Floyd work, "Echoes".

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However, there are other reasons for being interested in whether life exists elsewhere. For example, we have had civilization on Earth for perhaps only a few thousand years, and the threats of nuclear war and pollution over the last few decades have told us that our survival may be tenuous. Will we last another two thousand years or will we wipe ourselves out? Since the lifetime of a planet like ours is several billion years, we can expect that if other civilizations do survive in our galaxy, their ages will range from zero to several billion years. There is considerable debate over how we should react if we detect a signal from an alien civilization. Everybody agrees that we should not reply immediately. Quite apart from the impracticality of sending e reply over such large distances at short notice, it raises a host of ethical questions that would have to be addressed by the global community before any reply could be sent.

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