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Lady had a hand in the history of the Company for decades: beginning when she hired them to serve alongside her Imperial forces in the war against the Rebel armies of the Circle of Eighteen; continuing with her indispensable leadership and inventions during the Shadowmaster wars; and ending with the final struggle against the dark goddess Kina. A select few trusted members, including Croaker whom the Lady had not forgotten, were flown to Juniper to investigate the mysterious Black Castle. With the help of the new Taken, and some locals, the Company was able to confirm the Lady's fears. The Black Castle was a doorway the Dominator meant to use to break back into the world. The Lady traveled to Juniper and led an attack on the castle.
The Black Album is an unofficial compilation album of solo material by members of the British rock group the Beatles. It was created by the American actor Ethan Hawke, and became widely known as a result of its inclusion in the 2014 film Boyhood.
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Originally scheduled for release in November of 1987 - following the double-album Sign o' the Times by a matter of months - Prince pulled The Black Album weeks before its release, guaranteeing it near-mythic status. Urban legends spread like wildfire: Prince believed it was too bleak to release; Warner Bros. balked at its explicit lyrics; no CDs were ever pressed, and all the LPs were destroyed. That final rumor was certainly untrue, since bootlegs immediately appeared, and when it finally received official release in the fall of 1994, nearly every die-hard fan already had the record