In 2013, Eternal’s Greatest Hits album was confirmed as being the biggest selling Best Of by a girl group. It featured their last Top 10 single Angel of Mine, which reached number four. Angel of Mine becomes an E.P which featured four different mixes including a remix by veteran party producer Frankie Cutlass on a track title Dreams Feat: Grand Puba and Sadat X.
It was also released as a cassette single in the UK. Released as the final single from the album, Watching the Wheels, backed with Ono’s Yes, I’m Your Angel, peaked at number 10 and 30 in the US and UK charts respectively.
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The album’s cover art, photographed by Kevin Westenberg, features the members of the band in silhouette. Reportedly, at one point photo of caterpillars eating a tomato featured on the Blow Up the Outside World single was considered for use as the cover for Down on the Upside.
Hal Riney, founder of the San Francisco-based advertising agency Hal Riney & Partners, commissioned the song to help Crocker appeal to young people. The song played over footage of a young couple getting married and just starting out.
Autonomy, then, was the best prophylactic against partition, that would preserve the Bulgarian character of Christian Macedonian Slav population despite the separation from Bulgaria proper. The idea of Macedonian autonomy was strictly political and did not imply a secession from Bulgarian ethnicity.
For example, to give directions to a house, the navigational approach would resemble something like Get on highway 25 for 8 miles, turn onto Horse Road, left at the red barn, then stop at the 3rd house down the road, whereas the declarative approach would resemble Visit the green house(s) within the following coordinates.
In the UK, on digital terrestrial television, Yesterday, Dave, Really, Drama and Home are available on the Freeview platform, and selected parts of Gold, Home and Good Food were available through the now defunct Top Up TV service.