Live charts sexy
You can then put this shortcode wherever you want (usually posts and pages).
In the end, Visualizer provides you with some awesome charts and graphs.
K.: Scooter (1995) Basket Case: Green Day (1995) Be My Lover: La Bouche (1995) Boom Boom Boom: Outhere Brothers (1995) Boombastic: Shaggy (1995) Can't Stop Raving: Dune (1995) Captain Jack: Captain Jack (1995) Celebration: Fun Factory (1995) Computerliebe: Das Modul (1995) Deep: Marusha (1995) Disco Fans: Star Wash (1995) Droste, hörst du mich?
: Mark 'Oh (1995) Du mußt ein Schwein sein: Die Prinzen (1995) Earth Song: Michael Jackson (1995) Eine Insel mit zwei Bergen: Dolls United (1995) Endless Summer: Scooter (1995) Ever And Ever: Just Friends (1995) Experience: RMB (1995) Fairground: Simply Red (1995) Feeling So Real: Moby (1995) First Time: Kelly Family (1995) Fred Come To Bed: E-Rotic (1995) Freedom: DJ Bo Bo (1995) Friends: Scooter (1995) Gangsta's Paradise: Coolio (1995) Goldeneye: Tina Turner (1995) Hardcore Vibes: Dune (1995) Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman: Bryan Adams (1995) Heaven For Everyone: Queen (1995) Here Comes The Hotstepper: Ini Kamoze (1995) Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me: U2 (1995) I Believe: Celvin Rotane (1995) I Can't Get No (Wahaha): Mark 'Oh (1995) I Got 5 On It: Luniz (1995) I Wanna B With U: Fun Factory (1995) I Wanna Be A Hippy: Technohead (1995) Ich lieb' Dich: Pur (1995) I'd Lie For You: Meat Loaf (1995) Inside Out: Culture Beat (1995) It's Cool Man: XXL (1995) Ja klar: Schwester S.
The seamstress starts putting large pins into her dress, poking their way around the girls, until the pins start tearing into their dresses.
The pins tear the dresses off, and the girls are back in their catsuits, surrounded by the threads of their dresses.
The track was also included in three of the group's concert tours, 2008's Tangled Up Tour, 2009's Out of Control Tour and 2013's Ten: The Hits Tour.
Composed of three songs welded together, the song avoids the verse-chorus form present in most contemporary pop music, similar to their previous single “Biology” (2005). No No No..." received generally favourable reviews from music critics, and peaked at number 5 on the UK Singles Chart, continuing the band's string of hits by becoming their fifteenth consecutive single to chart within the top ten.
So the only way to stand out is to provide something more. It uses the Google Visualization API under the hood to make things work.
So we need a more user-friendly and, most importantly, reader-friendly solution.
I’m sure you’re publishing quite a lot of number-driven content. It works with standard CSV files, which is basically the go-to file type for this kind of work.
Once you’ve imported the file, Visualizer will take the data and turn it into the final chart.
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