|SWCR-007||Dyscontrol||Lies B/W Calling Back (7")||Sewercide Records||SWCR-007||Canada||2013|
Lies b/w Calling Back 7" by Dyscontrol, released 28 June 2013 1. Lies 2. Calling Back Recorded by Gabe Beale at the Hall February 2013 Mastered by Ron Bates and Dan Randall Sewercide Records. Living Without full length out Fall 2016 on P-Trash Records. Lies b, w Calling Back 7". Jun 2013.
Living Without Lp, by Dyscontrol. Heading back to record in the near future, expect a new record before 2014 is through.
Related tracks or albums: The Fugitives - All Your Lies. Bob Geldof - This Is The World Calling. The Sign - In My Lies. Clash, The - London Calling. Cowboy Junkies - Come Calling (His Song). Ducati Project - My Love Is Calling. HighJinkz - Calling You.
Back is the name of a studio album by country music singer Lynn Anderson, released in 1983. This album was Anderson's first in three years. She had since been in brief retirement to start a family with her second (and now ex-husband), Harold "Spook Stream", and raise her other children. Thus, Anderson left her old record company (Columbia) in 1980. In 1983, Anderson decided to record again and release a comeback album, as the title "Back" implied.
London Calling, the third album by English rock band The Clash, was released on December 14th, 1979 in the United Kingdom and January of 1980 in the United States. London Calling has impressive subject matter coverage; topics range from racial conflict, unemployment, and drug use to safe sex, the tragic life of actor Montgomery Clift, and social displacement. The album has enjoyed an enormous amount of praise and critical acclaim, from the time of its release to the present day. London Calling was on the Top 10 Album Chart in the United Kingdom, and its title track London Calling was a Top 20 Single. In 2003, Rolling Stone Ranked it on their Top 500 Albums Of All Time List. London Calling Q&A.
Episodic dyscontrol: A look back at anger. The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry, Vol. 5, Issue. The episodic dyscontrol syndrome in childhood. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Vol. 27, Issue. STORES, GREGORY 1985.
There is some element of dyscontrol present. A definitely internal, not an external, motive for the behavior can be discerned clinically: . The stories told tend toward presenting the liar favorably. They are often white lies that spare another's feelings, reflect a pro-social attitude, and make civilized human contact possible. Pathological lying is considered a mental illness, because it takes over rational judgment and progresses into the fantasy world and back. Pathological lying can be described as a habituation of lying.