Julia Gudari is investigating the kidnap of a person who turns out to be a Chilean chemist wanted as a witness by the international authorities. Everything seems to indicate that the Uruguayan army is protecting Berrios. Julia fears that her father, General Gudari, is involved, but evidence is scarce. Amid the pressure and threats, Julia understands that if she wants to find out the truth, she’ll have to dig into her past to heal old wounds and overcome her fears.
The Wonder of it All focuses on the human side of the men behind the Apollo missions through candid interviews with seven of the Apollo astronauts: Buzz Aldrin, Alan Bean, Edgar Mitchell, John Young, Charles Duke, Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt.
Turn It On Again: The Hits is a greatest hits collection by British progressive rock/pop-rock band Genesis. The album was first released as a single album on 26 October 1999 by Virgin Records in England and by Atlantic Records in the United States. In 2007, an expanded two-disc edition, subtitled The Tour Edition, was released to promote the Turn It on Again reunion tour. All of the tracks, except for "The Carpet Crawlers 1999," were remixed by Nick Davis. In addition, the album features more songs from every album in the band's catalogue (minus the live albums and From Genesis to Revelation).
Japanese pressing of Runnin' Wild's debut album, full of booze-and-sweat-soaked Rock & Roll that isn't looking to change the world by abolishing Free Trade, but simply provide the ultimate soundtrack to the biggest all-night rock party there is. Airbourne is a four piece hard rock band blasting off from Melbourne, Australia. The album launches from their fist-pumping title track "Stand Up For Rock 'N' Roll" to the anthemic "What's Eatin' You", and the self-explanatory rock explosions of "Too Much, Too Young, Too Fast" and "Diamond In The Rough". This version comes with additional bonus track, "Dirty Age". Roadrunner Japan, 2008.