Portraits

[So Long Ago, So Clear] Portraits (So Long Ago, So Clear) is a 1996 compilation album of works by Greek electronic composer and artist Vangelis. The album features some of the most-renowned Vangelis` solo work, as well as songs from Jon & Vangelis, his collaboration with Yes vocalist Jon Anderson. ==Chart performance== The album won gold sa
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Portraits

[Tri Yann album] Portraits is a concept album by Breton band Tri Yann. It was released in 1995 under the D├ęclic label. All the songs on the album are about a historical person. Some, like the tracks in honor of Brian Boru and Gerry Adams, are purely instrumental, while some contain Old French lyrics. The last third of the songs in the albu
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Graphic representations, especially of the face, of real persons, usually posed, living or dead. They are pictures whose purpose is the portrayal of an individual or group of individuals, not pictures which merely include people as part of an event or scene. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Portraits

[For Today album] Portraits is the second studio album by Christian metalcore band For Today, released on June 9, 2009. The album charted on three of Billboard{`}s charts; number 14 on Top Heatseekers, number 15 on Christian Albums, and number 40 on Top Independent Albums. == Track list == == Personnel == ...
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Portraits

[Side Effect album] Portraits is the seventh album by R&B group Side Effect. Released in 1981, This would be their second album for Elektra Records. ==Track listing== ==Charts== ===Singles=== ...
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Portraits

[Bury Tomorrow album] Portraits Is the debut studio album from British metalcore band Bury Tomorrow. The album was released first in the United Kingdom on Basick Records on 12 October 2009. Adam Jackson has stated it was named Portraits for two reasons: "Firstly, the title track is based on the story of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde, a caution
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