MELT! appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):
- As I let a hero melt tilaks, I risk a little more hate, Lisa.
- In a cool gismo, organise to melt busy subtle motes in a groom’s igloo… can I?
- One nip, one melt taco’s a pleasure in a zanier USA, El Paso cattlemen opine, no?
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Melt! a.k.a. Melt is a Venue, Building in Lubbock.
- also known as Melt Lounge
Who is MELT!?
Melt! a.k.a. Sebastian Komor: Sebastian R. Komor is a Polish-born, Norwegian-raised EBM/Industrial musician, best known for his collaborative work in Icon of Coil and Zombie Girl. A prolific artist, Komor has also released electronic music under a variety of solo projects and aliases since the late 1990s.
- also known as Komor, Sebastian; Sebastian R. Komor; Melt; Moonitor; Xenomorph; Sector9; Area51
- born on (39 years ago) in Zabrze
- nationality: Poland
- profession: Musician
- member of musical groups:
- genres: Industrial music, Electro-industrial, Techno, Electronic body music, Electronica
- albums: "Stop, Drop & Roll Remix EP (feat. XINA)", "Voltage Controlled Body Music", "A Tribute to Nitzer Ebb", "Dingo Beats EP", "To the Past From the Future in the Present", "Vikings, Thrones and Dragonbones", "The Voyage, Volume 04", "The Voyage, Volume 01", "The Voyage, Volume 02", "The Voyage, Volume 03"
Melt! a.k.a. Melt is a musical group.
- album: "Dollmeatfist"
- "Melt!" a.k.a. "Melt" is the second studio album from the American country music group Rascal Flatts. It was released on October 29, 2002 on Lyric Street Records and sold 3,073,000 copies in the United States up to May 2009. The lead-off single "These Days" was the group's first Number One hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. The follow-ups, "Love You out Loud" and "I Melt", respectively reached number 3 and number 2, while "Mayberry" was also a Number One. A music video was also made for "My Worst Fear" though it was never released as a single.
- "Melt!" a.k.a. "Melt" is a song by British singer-songwriter Melanie C. It was released as the third and final single from her second solo album, Reason, as a double A-side with "Yeh Yeh Yeh". The original plan was to release "Yeh Yeh Yeh" as the third single, but Chisholm had injured her knee in TV show The Games and couldn't promote an upbeat song with an injury. "Melt", being an easier song to promote with an injury, was added to the mix, resulting in the double single.
- "Melt!" a.k.a. "Melt" was the second album from Dunedin, New Zealand band Straitjacket Fits, and the last to feature the original line-up of Shayne Carter, Andrew Brough, John Collie and David Wood; Brough was to leave before the third album, Blow. The album reached no. 13 on the New Zealand music charts. The album would later sell a respectable 40,000 copies in the United States.
- "Melt!": "Melt" / "Il Est Né Le Divin Enfant" is a double A-sided single by British rock band Siouxsie and the Banshees released in 1982. It was released as the second and final single from the band's fifth album A Kiss in the Dreamhouse; "Il Est Né Le Divin Enfant" does not appear on that album.
- "Melt!" is a 1982 singe by Siouxsie and the Banshees.
- artist: Siouxsie & the Banshees
- released on (32 years ago)
- "Melt!" a.k.a. "Melt" is a composition.
- "Melt!" a.k.a. "Melt" is an award-winning composition.
- "Melt!" a.k.a. "Melt" is a musical EP of Markus Hartman.
- released on (4 years ago)
- "Melt!" a.k.a. "Melt" is a musical EP of Wil Bolton.
- released on
- "Melt!" a.k.a. "Melt" is a musical EP of Bryn Jones.
- released on (16 years ago)
- "Melt!" a.k.a. "Melt" is a 2011 short drama film directed by Noemie Lafrance.
- countries: Canada, United States of America
- director: Noémie Lafrance
- executive producer: Natalie Galazka
- cinematography by Bryan Newman
- edited by Brad Turner
- music by Erin McGoningle
- costume design by Noémie Lafrance
- genre: Drama
- released in (4 years ago)
- "Melt!" a.k.a. "Melt" is a 2010 drama film directed by Sofya Gollan.
- Melt! is a restaurant.
- Melt! a.k.a. Melt is the working material in the steelmaking process, in making glass, and when forming thermoplastics. In thermoplastics, melt is the plastic in its forming temperature, which can vary depending on how it is being used. For steelmaking, it refers to steel in liquid form.
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