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King of the Ring (1994) was the second annual King of the Ring. It took place on June 19, 1994 at the Baltimore Arena in Baltimore, Maryland. "King of the Ring" is also the name of the tournament that was the focus of this pay-per-view event. Owen Hart won the tournament by defeating Doink the Clown to qualify and by winning three matches at the pay-per-view. Over the course of the evening, he defeated Tatanka in the quarter-finals, the 1–2–3 Kid in the semi-finals and Razor Ramon in the final match. He used his coronation ceremony to criticize his brother Bret, with whom he was feuding. The main event match was a grudge match between two semi-retired wrestlers, Jerry Lawler and "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, which Piper won. The undercard also featured Bret Hart defending his WWF Championship against Diesel. The other match was for the WWF Tag Team Championship, in which The Headshrinkers successfully defended the belts against the team of Yokozuna and Crush.
1994年07月10日 10th July 1994 京都・京都大西部講堂 Kyoto University Western Auditorium Seibu-Kodo 首吊りの舞踏会 "Kubitsuri No Butokai" 2 audience shot videos (52:36 & 50:57) of the same concert combining a few angles, accessible via menu Visually, neither of a high-grade master copy, as released by the Ignuitas label, in 2006.
Live at Santiago de Chile 31-08-1994
On Halloween 1994, Phish performed The Beatles' White Album. The band played every song on the double album except "Good Night", which was played over the P.A. at the end of the set ("Birthday" was covered as an instrumental, during which Fishman presented a birthday cake to Brad Sands, the band's road manager). Before the band took the stage for their second set, the sound technician began playing "Speak to Me" over the PA, leading the audience to believe the band was about to play Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon. However, just at the moment "Breathe" would have begun, the recording immediately cut to a sample of Ed Sullivan introducing The Beatles from their famous February 9, 1964 appearance on his show. The band promptly leapt into "Back in the U.S.S.R."
The Videos 1994–2001 is a music video compilation by the Dave Matthews Band, released on August 21, 2001 on VHS and DVD. The compilation features all of the band's 12 music videos from their first four albums, from "What Would You Say" to "The Space Between", with the earliest released in 1995, contrary to the compilation's title.
While a return of King Crimson had been planned as early as 1990, it was only in 1992 that the idea of a double trio line-up emerged as the ideal and it took until 1994 to get all the necessary musicians and plans sufficiently in place. The new band recorded the mini album “VROOOM” in the Spring of 1994 and, following further rehearsals in the summer and early autumn, performed a series of concerts in Argentina, including a run of shows at Teatro Broadway, Buenos Aires in October.
There are watershed moments in the history of pro wrestling where the history is redefined, reinvented or otherwise recast in a new mould. There year 1994 saw one of those moments when Hulk Hogan signed with the archenemy, WCW. It would reshape wrestling and create a new kind of competitive drama. Join Eric Bischoff as he takes you back to the year when he begins his ascension up the ranks of WCW and fired an opening salvo of what would become a 'war' Go inside the oft discussed talent meetings. Here about the hiring's and Fed Ex firings first hand. Everything you wanted to know about Eric's formulation of the plan to bring down Rome begins HERE, in 1994 with Okerlund Hogan, Heenan, Savage and so much more! become an insider during WCW's turbulent times, with the tensions between Dusty and Flair, Flair's reluctant 'retirement' a budget that was unmanageable and ratings that were drowning. And here about how EB put all the pieces in place to turn things around, first hand.
Dream Theater at Concrete Foundations Forum, Burbank, CA, USA 1. Pull Me Under 2. Caught in a Web 3. Lie 4. Lifting Shadows Off a Dream 5. Voices 6. Take the Time
Hell Awaits, The Antichrist, Spirit in Black, Mind Control, Jesus Saves, Captor of Sin, Dead Skin Mask, Seasons in the Abyss, Die by the Sword, Mandatory Suicide, War Ensemble, South of Heaven, Angel of Death
Afghan Whigs' performance at the 1994 Reading Festival. Tracklisting: 1. Debonair 2. Who Do You Love/Fountain and Fairfax 3. Ascension 4. Be Sweet 5. Turn On The Water/Sheela-Na-Gig 6. Gentlemen 7. My Curse 8. Miles Iz Ded
Children of the Grave Children of the Sea Into the Void Black Sabbath Neon Knights War Pigs The Wizard Symptom of the Universe Headless Cross Paranoid Iron Man Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Time Machine Children of the Grave Children of the Sea I Witness Into the Void Black Sabbath Neon Knights War Pigs The Wizard Cross of Thorns Symptom of the Universe [With Drum Solo] Headless Cross Paranoid Iron Man Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
01 - Hell Awaits 02 - The Antichrist 03 - Spirit in black 04 - Die by the sword 05 - Mind control 06 - Post mortem 07 - Raining blood 08 - Altar of sacrifice 09 - Jesus Saves 10 - Captor of sin 11 - Mandatory suicide 12 - War ensemble
Throughout 1994 the ECW continued to improve from show to show, and they continued to get more and more extreme and gritty with each show as well. As the buzz grew around Eastern Championship Wrestling, it was becoming evident that ECW didn't need the NWA.
The ongoing history of wrestling's most dangerous and innovative organization in recent times, rolls on! This edition is very special as we tackle the beginning of ECW's "hardcore era," as Eastern became Extreme. This 1994 edition is told by the man that was at the center of that transition, as he grabbed a mic, threw down a belt, and changed wrestling history.