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Word: pandemonium

Definition: wild tumult(commotion); wild noisy disorder; CF. Paradise Lost


Sentences Containing 'pandemonium'

"Jerk Out" was originally intended for "What Time Is It?" but shelved and later revisited for the group Mazarati before finally being rerecorded for "Pandemonium".
Above this floor was a large atelier, which had been increased in size by pulling down the partitions a pandemonium, in which the artist and the dandy strove for preeminence.
Bruno Corbucci, the director of many of these films commented, ""At the cinemas as soon as Tomás Milián appeared on the screen, when he made a wisecrack and in the heaviest situations, then it was a pandemonium, it was like being at the stadium."" As Milián used similar makeups and accents in portraying both characters, Monnezza and Nico were occasionally confused by Italian audiences, who sometimes referred erroneously to them both as "Monnezza", or "Er Monnezza" ("Da trash" in slang), and still closely associate Milián with these performances.
It uses the "Fellas, I'm back" chant later used in the title track of "Pandemonium".
Later the dead and the injured were rushed to the nearby All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and Safdarjung Hospital, where scenes of chaos and pandemonium followed, as relatives and family members of the victims scurried around to look for known faces.
Pandemonium is a 1990 album by The Time.
Pandemonium – The Singles Collection is a greatest hits record released by Swedish band BWO.
Shortly after leaving the scene, McBratney realized that in all the commotion and pandemonium Warren Schurman had forgotten to put tape over "Junior"'s eyes.
The album shares its name with a keyboard instrument, the harmonium, but Carlton said she adopted the word and made her own definition for it; she intended it as a portmanteau of the words "harmony" and "pandemonium" to define the approach to the recording of the album, which she described as "kind of an organized, chaotic approach where I wanted to maintain and preserve that wild abandon to creating."
The album was to be called "Corporate World" and was quite a different album from "Pandemonium".
The remaining tracks on "Pandemonium" were written by various members of the band.
The title track "Corporate World" also remains unreleased; another danceable number with a positive message, much like "It's Your World" from "Pandemonium".
The tracks that survived to "Pandemonium" ("Data Bank", "Donald Trump (Black Version)" and "My Summertime Thang") were all edited.
When the tracklist was changed for "Pandemonium", Prince pulled out two more outtakes from his vault: "Jerk Out" and "Chocolate".

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