Today, Bruce Springsteen announced a brand-new limited-edition and numbered vinyl box set of dubbed The Album Collection Vol. 2. The compilation stands as a follow-up to 2014’s The Album Collection Vol. 1, which cataloged Springsteen’s live and studio output from 1973 to 1984. With this new collection, Springsteen offers a sampling of live performances and studio recordings from 1987 to 1996 over the course of 10 LPs.As explained by The Album’s webpage:All four of Bruce Springsteen’s studio albums from this period were certified gold, platinum or multi-platinum by the RIAA, with three reaching the Top 5 of the Billboard 200. The Vol. 2 collection follows the 2014 release of Bruce Springsteen: The Album Collection Vol. 1, 1973-1984, which included newly remastered editions of the first seven Bruce Springsteen studio albums.The Album Collection Vol. 2 contains a number of classic albums and live recordings from 1987 to 1996, all of which have been newly remastered for vinyl by renowned engineer Bob Ludwig and Springsteen’s longtime engineer Toby Scott. The set includes 1987’s Tunnel of Love, 1988’s Chimes of Freedom EP, 1992’s Human Touch and Lucky Town, 1993’s In Concert/MTV Plugged, and 1995’s The Ghost of Tom Joad. Notably, the collection will also include the first-ever vinyl pressing of 1996’s Blood Brothers EP. As noted in the box’s description, “All of this material comes in recreations of the original packaging, accompanied by a 60-page book featuring rarely seen photos, memorabilia and original press clippings from the period.”You can get Bruce Springsteen’s brand-new, expansive vinyl box set when it’s released on May 18th via Columbia/Legacy, with preorders beginning on March 30th.
Florida State was the nation’s preseason No. 1 college football team, according to ESPN’s Football Power Index (FPI), a computer-generated power rating designed to measure the relative strength of each team in the NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision. But the Seminoles faced an early test Saturday in 25th-ranked Oklahoma State. It was an exam FSU would barely pass; while the FPI would have predicted an 18-point victory, the Seminoles squeaked out a mere six-point win that caused their FPI to drop by two points.ESPN’s Stats & Info Group has computed FPI back to the 2005 season, and Florida State’s was the fourth-worst Week 1 performance by a preseason No. 1 in terms of FPI points lost in the subsequent set of rankings:The three games resulting in bigger FPI losses for preseason No. 1s were all wins against extremely weak competition, by margins deemed unacceptably low according to the pre-game power ratings. By contrast, the best performance — Alabama’s 41-14 dismantling of Michigan in 2012 — was a rout against an opponent considered to be strong by the FPI.FSU’s win Saturday belongs to yet a different category. Oklahoma State is in a rebuilding phase, returning just eight starters from last season’s 10-3 squad, but it also carried an FPI rating implying it’d be roughly a two-touchdown favorite against an average FBS school. Among opening opponents for preseason No. 1s, only the Michigan team Alabama crushed in 2012 came into the game with a stronger FPI rating.There are worse ways to begin a season than beating an opponent of that relative quality. FPI is geared for maximal predictive accuracy, so a six-point win against a team with a rating of 14.1 points per game above average is still considered more indicative of success than scheduling a cream puff for the opener and only beating them by 40.
Enlarge ImageThe Viziv Adrenaline concept from Subaru is giving us strong crossover vibes. Subaru Subaru announced on Tuesday its plan to release the next in its Viziv line of concept vehicles at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show in March.This latest Viziv is called the Adrenaline, and while Subaru isn’t giving us much to go on with this dark little teaser image, it does look like it might be sportier than previous Viziv concepts.Last year’s Viziv Tourer concept was teased in much the same way and ended up being a handsome and aggressive wagon that made everyone here at Roadshow pine for the days of the WRX STi wagon.The Viziv Adrenaline teaser smacks of crossover, but if it’s half as aggressive a crossover as the Tourer was a wagon, then maybe it’s a peek at the faster Forester of our dreams (and dreams only, until they stop selling so well, according to Subaru).In any case, Subaru says that we can expect to see the Viziv Adrenaline concept in all of its glory on March 5 at 10:45 a.m. Central European Time, or 4:45 a.m. ET. Until then, you Subaru fans will have to satiate yourselves by feverishly commenting on speculative NASIOC threads. Post a comment Subaru Mar 8 • VW is still ‘100 percent’ investigating a pickup truck for the US reading • Subaru teases its new Geneva-bound concept, the Viziv Adrenaline Geneva Motor Show 2019 Subaru 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better • Share your voice 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous See All Apr 17 • The 2020 Jaguar XE gets its first major visual refresh Concept Cars Car Industry More From Roadshow Mar 7 • The Ferrari F8 Tributo is the last of the nonhybrid V8s Mar 7 • New Peugeot 208 debuts i-Cockpit with 3D HUD Combo dashboard 0 2019 Subaru Forester Touring: Granola never looked so good Geneva Motor Show 2019 56 Photos Tags 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value
Hyundai More From Roadshow Preview • 2020 Hyundai Sonata first drive: An attractive and compelling midsize sedan Post a comment Hyundai More about 2020 Hyundai Sonata Tags Hyundai’s jumbo compact sedan communes with Google Share your voice 2020 Hyundai Sonata first drive: An attractive and compelling midsize sedan News • 2020 Hyundai Sonata reveals striking new design ahead of New York Auto Show 2019 Hyundai Elantra GT N Line review: A legit compact performer 0 If you’ve been in any number of new cars in the past year or so, you might marvel at how many screens automakers have been able to jam into ’em. Now, Hyundai’s looking at a place for additional screens that, until now, has been relegated to the realm of concept cars.Hyundai on Tuesday unveiled its latest study on the future of the cockpit. In addition to more clever layouts for screens in traditional locations, like the gauge cluster and dashboard center stack, the automaker has also added two large touchscreens to either side of a steering wheel. It’s presenting the concept in a Euro-spec Hyundai i30 hatchback.Most steering wheels have buttons that let you control features such as the radio volume or which screen is displayed on the gauge cluster. But Hyundai’s steering wheel screens remove those static buttons in favor of something more dynamic, allowing the owner to select what functions will appear on the steering wheel. The screens are loaded with haptic feedback to ensure button presses are accurate without too much distraction.Enlarge ImageIf this did make it to production, Hyundai would have to sandwich an airbag in there, too. Hyundai That’s not the only clever bit of tech Hyundai has in its study. It also has what it calls a Multi-Layer Display in the gauge cluster. While some screens convey depth using visual tricks, Hyundai’s gauge cluster comprises two separate screens that are placed 6 millimeters apart from each other. It gives the gauge cluster more visual depth, and according to Hyundai, it reduces distraction by placing the most important information on the foremost screen.Customization like this has grown in importance over the last few years. As AI voice assistants and app integration grow in prevalence, there’s been an increased focus on being able to customize a telematics layout to give the driver exactly what they want and nothing that they don’t. These screens could theoretically be linked to a user profile, so each time a different driver enters the vehicle, everything is laid out to their personal specifications.Of course, being a concept, Hyundai hasn’t said if or when this type of cockpit will make it to production. But it’s all part of a larger in-depth study of new-car interiors and how automakers can reduce distraction while boosting the technology behind the scenes. Auto Tech Future Cars
Pakistan cricketGareth Copley/Getty ImagesTwo Balochistan human rights activists took to Twitter to congratulate India after the men in blue defeated Pakistan at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 at the Old Trafford cricket ground in Manchester on Sunday, June 16.Mehran Marri, son of Baloch nationalist leader Khair Bakhsh Marri, and one of the prominent Baloch human rights activists, congratulated Team India for their comprehensive win over Pakistan and said that the people of Balochistan are celebrating the victory as their own.Congratulations to India from the people of #Balochistan for their outstanding defeat of Pakistan. We Baloch are celebrating your victory as if it was our very own. Jai Hind. Jeeay Balochistan . #IndiaVsٍPakistan #PakistanVsIndia #WorldCup2019 pic.twitter.com/LOxb4beBAE— Mehran Marri (@MehranMarri) June 16, 2019″Congratulations to India from the people of Balochistan for their outstanding defeat of Pakistan. We Baloch are celebrating your victory as if it was our very own. Jai Hind. Jeeay Balochistan,” he tweeted on Sunday night.Marri is one of the prominent faces of Baloch struggle and is also their representative at the UNHRC and the European Union.Another Baloch activist who congratulated India was Bank Zarina Baloch. She tweeted, “India will repeat 1971’s history for Balochistan’s freedom to remind the world that defeat is Pakistan’s destiny”.I proudly congratulate #TeamIndia for winning today’s match therefore My nieces are celebrating for #India’s grand victory over #Pakistan and I hope that India will repeat 1971’s history for #Balochistan’s freedom to remind to world that #DefeatIsPakistanDestiny #IndiaVsPakistan pic.twitter.com/0Qp4u8DuHl— Banuk Zarina Baloch (@Zarina_Baloch) June 16, 2019″I proudly congratulate Team India for winning today’s match, therefore, my nieces are celebrating for India’s grand victory over #Pakistan and I hope that India will repeat 1971’s history for Balochistan’s freedom to remind to world that defeat is Pakistan destiny,” she further said.She also posted an 11-second TikTok video of her nieces carrying one Indian tricolour and the other a Baloch flag.On Sunday, India defeated arch-rival Pakistan by 89 runs (DLS method) in a rain-hit encounter in Manchester. The most awaited match became a one-sided affair as the Indian team did not let Pakistan get into the game. Indian opener Rohit Sharma scored yet another ton in the tournament. He scored 140 runs and was supported by Virat Kohli and KL Rahul. India have now won three matches out of four and are ranked third in the table whereas Pakistan is struggling at the bottom of the table winning only one out of five matches played.
-A man was killed in what the police called a ‘gunfight’ with them at Boalia in Daulatpur upazila early Friday, reports UNB.The deceased was identified as Arman Ali, son of Achan Ali of Thakur Soulatpur village of Bheramara upazila.The police claimed that Arman Ali was a member of militant outfit Neo-JMB.Tipped off, a team of police conducted a drive at Bottola in Boalia area when Arman along with his associates was holding a clandestine meeting there around 3:00am, said Shah Dara Khan, officer in-charge of Daulatpur police station.Sensing the law enforcers’ presence, the criminals opened fire on them, forcing the police to fire back that triggered a gun battle.Arman was caught in the line of fire and got injured, while his associates managed to flee the scene.Arman was taken to Daulatpur Upazila Health Complex where doctors declared him dead.Police said the deceased was accused in several cases filed under firearms and explosives acts.
A pair of high heels is like a must for every women as it makes them look chic and classy. But carrying it off is difficult as it puts them into difficult situations, says a research.Research from Compeed, a foot-care brand, has found that nearly half those women trying to arrive at work looking their best, get their heels caught in a grate, over a third have fallen over and 29 percent have tripped up the stairs, reports femalefirst.co.uk. The survey, which offers a comparison of high heel wearers across Europe, reveals its hazards are adding to commuting times. But it appears as if nothing will prevent some women from doing the daily commute in their high heels – 58 percent of British women will wear heels even if they are painful or uncomfortable and 13 percent admit they wear their heels even if it makes them late for the office.The survey also reveals reasons why women are prepared to sacrifice both comfort and punctuality for high heels. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Over half of the women surveyed stated that wearing heels gives them confidence and 35 percent say their heels make them feel smart, making it clear why women are determined to wear heels to work despite the pitfalls they face.Sixty percent of women surveyed have admitted to sacrificing their fashion preferences due to discomfort and confessed to wearing flat shoes to work, then surreptitiously changing into their heels at their desks.