A. Hij Is 'n Miljonair. Written-By – Holten, Zwart. Written-By – Holten, Mickey. Mickey Key. Hij Is 'n Milionair (7", RE). Mooifeessie.
They released an eponymous album Legend, playing a mix of pop, rockabilly and blues rock styles using no electric instruments. The original band: Nigel Dunbar (drums), Chris East (guitar, vocals and harmonica) and Steve Geere (string bass and vocals), who recorded this album with Jupp (guitar, piano and vocals), split soon afterwards, so Jupp assembled a new line-up, with Mo Witham on guitar, John Bobin on bass and Bill Fifield on drums. A recording deal with Vertigo produced a second album, in 1970, using the same line-up. Returning to Southend, Jupp pursued a low-key existence until the pub-rock revolution (spearheaded by local bands such as Dr. Feelgood, for whom he wrote the hit single "Down at the Doctors") created a fresh interest in rock and roll.
In cryptography, Mutual Irregular Clocking KEYstream generator (MICKEY) is a stream cipher algorithm developed by Steve Babbage and Matthew Dodd. The cipher is designed to be used in hardware platforms with limited resources, and was one of the three ciphers accepted into Profile 2 of the eSTREAM portfolio. The algorithm is not patented and is free for any use. The cipher maps an 80-bit key and a variable length initialization vector (0 to 80 bits) to a keystream with a maximum length of 240 bits.
A tonal tribute for those who prefer to keep their celebrations low-key. Mickey Mouse icons at the hour indicators with a Mickey Mouse silhouette at twelve o'clock and on the seconds hand.
Pluto holds the keys to the kingdom for Mickey, Donald and Goofy as they try to free themselves in a fine art print by Darren Wilson. This comic cliffhanger is inspired by Disney's classic
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|69.32, ELF 69.32||Mickey Key||Hij Is 'n Miljonair (7", Single)||Elf Provinciën, Elf Provinciën||69.32, ELF 69.32||Netherlands||1974|