Über (German pronunciation:[ˈyːbɐ], sometimes written uber/ˈuːbər/) in English language publications, is a German language word meaning "over", "above" or "across". It is an etymological twin with German ober, and is cognate (through Proto-Germanic) with English over, Dutch over and Icelandic yfir, among other Germanic languages. It is also distantly cognate to both Latin super and Greek ὑπέρ (hyper), through Proto-Indo-European. It is relatively well-known within Anglophone communities due to its occasional use as a hyphenated prefix in informal English, usually for emphasis. The German word is properly spelled with an umlaut, while the spelling of the English loanword varies.
In German, über is a preposition, as well as being used as a prefix. Both uses indicate a state or action involving increased elevation or quantity in the physical sense, or superiority or excess in the abstract.
As a preposition, über's meaning depends on its context. For example, über etwas sprechen– to speak about something, über die Brücke– across the bridge.
"Fallen" is the 24th single by the Britishrock singer Toyah Willcox, released on 18 September 2011. The song is a collaboration with British dance music producer Paul Masterson, also known as Yomanda, and features lyrics written by Toyah.
The track started life as an instrumental piece by Masterson, who sent the track to Toyah and asked if she would record a vocal for it. In an interview on Gaydar Radio, he said "...we hadn't actually met until the day of recording the vocals. We spoke on email and we recorded the vocals down at Dave Pemberton's studio in Essex. It was a great day. Very, very relaxed. It was a bit nervous at first, obviously meeting Toyah but it was a very good day. It took about three hours and all done, pretty much, in one take. Great day all round really."
Fallen is the fourth studio album by Fields of the Nephilim, released after an eleven-year hiatus. None of the original band-members aside from vocalist Carl McCoy appear on the album, and upon release, the band's website described the disc as an unauthorized cash-in of unreleased demos, "pilfered" by the label.
"Dead to the World" – 3:57
"From the Fire" – 5:53
"Thirst" – 2:36
"Darkcell A.D." – 3:52
"Subsanity" – 4:32
"Hollow Doll" – 4:48
"Fallen" – 3:51
"Deeper" – 3:54
"Premonition" – 1:42
"One More Nightmare (trees come down A.D.)" – 5:12
Bonus Live Disc (digi-pack edition) 25:41
"Endemoniada" – 6:15
"Last Exit for the Lost" – 8:05
"Dawnrazor" – 7:32
"The Sequel" – 3:49
recorded live at the Town & Country Club, London, May 1988; taken from the Forever Remain
The series uses four pieces of theme music. For the first twenty-seven episodes of the series "Call You - Kimi to Boku no Mirai [The Future of You and I]" by Shinji Kakijima is used for the opening theme and "Itsumo" by Tomoka Issei is used for the ending theme. The remaining episodes use "Ignition!" by CHINO for the opening theme and "Growing Up" by Shinji Kakijima for the Ending theme. In the English dub of the series, all of the original ending themes are removed, with the song "Transformers: Cybertron Theme" by Paul Oakenfold used for both the opening and ending in all episodes.