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Theory Of My Life - Ian North - Theory Of Your Life (CD, Album)

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  2. It's My Life was released in February by record label EMI. It's My Life was a top 5 hit album in several European countries, thanks to the big international success of its singles (notably " Such a Shame "), and was particularly successful in Switzerland, the Netherlands and Germany where the album peak-charted at numbers 2, 3 and 4.
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  5. Theory Of Your Life – Ian North. July 23, There’s an Ian North who once fronted Milk & Cookies, he has a retrospective album called My Girlfriend’s Dead also out now. This is not that Ian North. This Ian North is the alt-country Toronto troubadour who had a album called.
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  8. For about nine decades, scientists have been using the “primordial soup” theory to explain the origin of human existence. The theory suggests that some chemical reactions took place in a warm pond on the earth’s surface probably triggered by some external energy, like the ultraviolet rays, and gave birth to human life.

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