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Bi-Coastal is an album released in 1980 by Australian singer and songwriter Peter Allen. The album is Allen's most successful and was produced by David Foster who also wrote many of its songs. The hit "Fly Away", originally by Japanese artist Mariya Takeuchi, was co-written by Foster and Carole Bayer Sager. The title tune co-written by Foster and Tom Keane is said to be about Allen's sexuality, who came out as gay after his marriage with Liza Minelli ended. "Fly Away" peaked at #55 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles charts and was his only North American hit as a singer. The album has become a classic with lovers of west coast pop music not because of the songs but for the use of musicians like Toto, Steve Lukather, Jay Graydon and others. The album peaked at #123 on the Billboard 200. The track "Bi-Coastal" peaked at #79 on Billboard's Dance Music/Club Play Singles chart.
The numerical value of bi-coastal in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of bi-coastal in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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This applies anywhere, not just in the coastal U.S..
It was circled with pillars, people could see it from the sea, from [the coastal city of] Jaffa.
Coastal missile systems Bal and Bastion and new generation Eleron 3 drones will be deployed there this year.
We are still checking for damage, we are checking the coast, we cannot rule out any incident in the coastal area.
Coastal and inland California have become two increasingly different states - economically, culturally and philosophically.
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