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Senses



Senses are a UK based alternative rock band from Coventry. Made up of school friends Brian Callan, Ronan O'Connor, Ian Finnegan and Kevin Kavanagh. Having played under various guises the band settled on the current line up and name in 2005. The Precinct in Coventry city centre. ...



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The foundation of Senses was formed whilst Brian Callan, Ronan O'Connor and Ian Finnegan were still attending Cardinal Newman school in Coventry (also attended by Kevin Kavanagh who joined later.)


The band have supported the likes of South (U.K. band), Cosmic Rough Riders, Shaun Ryder, Lyca Sleep and played at venues like The Colosseum, The Dublin Castle and the Derby Vic Inn. South(l-r) Jamie McDonald, Joel Cadbury, Brett Shaw South is a British rock band. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Shaun Ryder (aka X) (born Shaun William Ryder on August 23, 1962, in Little Hulton, Greater Manchester) is a British singer and songwriter who became famous in the Madchester era band Happy Mondays. ...


The bands own short biography is far more abstract and descrubes their music as


"other-worldly beauty and urban decay, making it sound like you're eavesdropping a conversation between Heaven and Earth. Raw, emotively laced vocals, heart exploding, soul imploding drums and bass, layer upon layer of guitar that veers between shimmering and distortion."


The band gained a lot of attention from their six month stint in the BBC Radio 1, One unsigned chart and this garnered the attention of several major and indie labels and lead to a deal with a small independent (which the band then turned down.) BBC Radio 1 is a British radio station operated by the BBC, specialising in popular music aimed at the 16-24 age bracket. ...


Senses are known to swap instruments and roles, especially in the studio but essentially live they line up as:


Brian Callan - Lead Vocal and guitar Ian Finnegan - Drums and backing vocals Ronan O'Connor - Bass Kevin Kavanagh - Guitar


The band are currently working on their limited edition debut E.P. called 'A Truly Beautiful Disaster' which is expected to be released on Sano y Salvo before the end of 2006.



External links


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Sense - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1876 words)
The senses and their operation, classification, and theory are overlapping topics studied by a variety of fields, most notably neuroscience, cognitive psychology (or cognitive science), and philosophy of perception.
Hearing or audition is the sense of sound perception and results from tiny hair fibres in the inner ear detecting the motion of a membrane which vibrates in response to changes in the pressure exerted by atmospheric particles within (at best) a range of 9 to 20000 Hz, however this changes for each individual.
Steiner proposed three more senses as well: the sense of phoneme or language, the sense of thought and the sense of ego (the ability to recognize an ego outside of our own); he termed these three 'higher senses' that depended upon the healthy development of the foundational senses of balance, movement, pain/wellness and touch.
The senses (1142 words)
A broadly acceptable definition of a sense would be "a system that consists of a sensory cell type (or group of cell types) that respond to a specific kind of physical energy, and that correspond to a defined region (or group of regions) within the brain where the signals are received and interpreted".
Neuroanatomists generally regard it as two senses, given that different receptors are responsible for the perception of colour (the frequency of light) and brightness (the energy of light).
Thermoception is the sense of heat and the absence of heat (cold).
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