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  • Performer: Modern Superstitions
  • Album: All The Things We’ve Been Told
  • FLAC: 1465 mb | MP3: 1467 mb
  • Released: 2010
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Pop Rock, Garage Rock
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 868
Modern Superstitions - All The Things We’ve Been Told album flac


1 Go-Between
2 Visions Of You
3 Everything That Is Not Mine
4 Beck & Call
5 Love That Beats The Heart
6 Mercy Line


Released in a standard digipak.

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  • Barcode: 0 60270 12182 9

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Modern Superstitions All The Things We've Been Told EP ‎(CDr, EP) Last Gang Records none UK 2010

Modern Superstitions. All the Things We've Been Told. Entertainment One .

All the Things We've Been Told. Лицензиар: "Koch Entertainment (от лица компании "Last Gang"); lastgangrecords, ASCAP, EMI Music Publishing" и другие авторские общества (1).

You know all the silly, sceptical superstitions that you've been told throughout the years? Every single last ridiculous one? Image if they were all true

I have grown up in a society where everybody believes in some superstitions or the other. i'm no exception to them. I also consider walking under a ladder brings bad luck. Do you also believe in such things which have no logical explanations? what are the supersitions that you believe? 22 people like this. I've also used some of the superstitions in my fiction books I've written.

Despite What You’ve Been Told Lyrics. Well I guess by the blood stain of your lips And the wonder of your finger tips I should prove true to my emptiness And stay here. Well, I'm just a kid of ill repute But the skin I wear's my only suit And you, you're just a substitute For the one that I hold dear. You know you could be anyone God forgive my tasteless tongue I never should've been set free. I drag my mind through streets of shame Blame myself, forgive the game That's how we deal with boys like me. But despite what you've been told I once had a soul Left somewhere behind A former friend of mine.

Things we do everyday in our normal routines can have superstitious meaning. From the classics of "Friday the 13th" to infamous Bloody Mary, superstitions have become part of our daily lives. But where did they originate?. Many modern customs are rooted in the superstitions of the past. When we distinguish between science and superstition, we muxt be careful because the science of era may be the superstition of another. For example, alchemy was once regarded as a science but is today seen by chemistry as superstition, and astrology was once viewed as means of obtaining knowledge but is now regarded by astronomy as superstition. As a result, one would expect elements of the earlier science, now condemned by today's science as mere superstition, to strive and even thrive right along side more modern conceptions.

Spilling pepper, complimenting a baby, and cutting your fingernails after dark are just a few of the things that will earn you bad luck around the world. The rationale for the superstition goes all the way back to Tuesday, April 13, 1204 (on the Julian calendar), when Constantinople completely fell to the Crusaders. That wasn't the only unlucky Tuesday for the Greeks: On Tuesday, May 29, 1453, Constantinople fell to the Ottomans. One 19th-century travel writer said that he heard that Greeks even avoided shaving on a Tuesday.

And while some superstitions may be just for fun, others might affect you enough to influence the choices you make. None, though, is based in fact, though many have deep roots in a culture’s tradition and histor. Friday the 13th: Bad Luck Many of us can’t help feeling a bit of trepidation when we realize another Friday the 13th is coming up. A fear of the number 13 is one of the most common superstitions around; it’s so widespread that many tall apartment buildings and hotels simply omit labeling their 13th floor. That may be because 7 years is the time it takes to replace all the cells in your physical body. In a more superstitious time, mirrors were thought to be reflections of the soul. So breaking a mirror was believed to be harmful to the soul. To end the chain of bad luck, take the broken mirror outside and bury it in the moonlight.

Superstition" is a song by American singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder. It was released on October 24, 1972, as the lead single from his fifteenth studio album, Talking Book (1972), by Tamla. The lyrics describes popular superstitions and their negative effects. Superstition" reached number one in the . and number one on the soul singles chart. It was Wonder's first number-one single since "Fingertips, Pt. 2", and topped the Billboard Hot 100 in 1973.

Superstitions have been there, now for a long period of time. In this travel in history, people from diverse cultures have added their part of blind beliefs in them. The sources which might have been a great source for such superstitions are mentioned below: Leaders/Governments. Do you know why people tend to become superstitious? If we study the advent of the superstitions we can find an answer to this question. Believe it or not, stress makes people more superstitious. People feel very desperate to find reasons for all the misfortunes they come across.