Dystopia

[Midnight Juggernauts album] Dystopia is the debut album from Australian electronic band Midnight Juggernauts. It debuted and peaked at #21 on the ARIA Albums Chart. ==Track listing== ==Limited edition== Midnight Juggernauts released a 2CD version with remixes and songs from previous releases ==Digital download edition== ...
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Dystopia

[Betty X album] The 2nd solo album of Betty X. ==Track listing== ==Info== Dystopia is inspired by a bleak Orwellian vision of the future. The first two tracks "Human Disease" and "Two-Minutes Hate" are directly inspired by the book Nineteen Eighty-Four. Hidden last track "Mon Venus" is loosely based on Homer`s Odyssey and a sleazy strip-clu
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Dystopia

[Babes in Toyland album] Dystopia is a compilation album consisting of earlier albums, Spanking Machine, To Mother, and the Handsome and Gretel Single recorded by Babes in Toyland. It was released in 1994 by Insipid Records. == Track listing == All song by Babes in Toyland ==Personnel== ...
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Dystopia

[disambiguation] Dystopia is an antithesis of utopia. It may also refer to: In computer gaming: In music: ...
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Dystopia

[video game] Dystopia is a team-based, objective-driven, first-person shooter video game, developed as a total conversion modification on the Valve Corporation`s proprietary Source engine. It is based on the cyberpunk literary (and aesthetic) genre; somewhat based on popular role-playing game Shadowrun, created by an amateur development tea
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Dystopia

[band] Formed in Orange County, California in 1991, Dystopia was a sludge metal band, popular in both the heavy metal and crust punk scenes, due in large part to their bleak, misanthropic imagery. Lyrics often dealt with human emotions and social or political issues such as environmentalism, racial equality, substance abuse, and animal righ
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dystopia

[n] - state in which the condition of life is extremely bad as from deprivation or oppression or terror
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dystopia

Faulty or abnormal position of a part or organ. ... Synonym: allotopia, malposition. ... Origin: dys-+ G. Topos, place ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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dystopia

noun a work of fiction describing an imaginary place where life is extremely bad because of deprivation or oppression or terror
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dystopia

noun state in which the condition of life is extremely bad as from deprivation or oppression or terror
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dystopia

(dis-to´pe-ә) malposition; displacement. adj., dystop´ic., adj.
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dystopia

dystopia 1. An imaginary place where everything is as bad as it possibly can be, or a vision or description of such a place. 2. A hypothetical place, state, or situation in which conditions and the quality of life are dreadful. 3. The opposite of what one would expect in a utopian society. 4. In medicine, a malposition, or displacement, of a bodi
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dystopia

See utopia.
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dystopia

Type: Term Pronunciation: dis-tō′pē-ă Definitions: 1. Faulty or abnormal position of a part or organ. Synonyms: allotopia, malposition
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dystopia

Imaginary society whose evil qualities are meant to serve as a moral or political warning. The term was coined in 1868 by the English philosopher John Stuart Mill, and is the opposite of a Utopia. George Orwell's 1984, published in 1949 and Aldous Huxley's Brave New World (1932) are examples of novels a...
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Dystopia

[Dystopia album] Dystopia is the third and final LP by sludge metal/crust punk band Dystopia. It was recorded in 2004-2005 and was released in early 2008. == Track listing == ...
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Dystopia

[Beneath the Massacre album] Dystopia is the second studio album by Canadian death metal band Beneath the Massacre. It was released on October 28, 2008 through Prosthetic Records. The song "Never More" is a re-recorded version of the track of the same name found on their first EP, Evidence of Inequity. == Track listing == == Musical and lyr
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Dystopia

A dystopia is the idea of a society in a repressive and controlled state, often under the guise of being utopian. Examples of dystopias are characterized in books such as Brave New World and Nineteen Eighty-Four. Other examples include The Iron Heel, described by Erich Fromm as "the earliest of the modern Dystopian", and the religious dystopia o..
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Dystopia

[Iced Earth album] Dystopia is the tenth studio album by American heavy metal band Iced Earth. Released on October 17, 2011, it is the band`s first album with vocalist Stu Block, who joined after former vocalist Matt Barlow left the band on August 6, 2011. The album was recorded during the summer of 2011 at Morrisound Recording, with co-pro
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Dystopia

(from Greek, dys topos, 'bad place') The opposite of a utopia, a dystopia is an imaginary society in
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dystopia

place where all is as bad as possible
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Dystopia

The opposite of Utopia, a society in which conditions are characterised by human misery, depirvation, squalor, disease, etc. The term is said to have been coined by by John Stuart Mill in 1868 in a UK House of Commons speech criticizing the government's Irish land policy.
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