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fɪˈnɒm ə nəphe·nom·e·na

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  1. phenomenanoun

    Plural form of phenomenon.

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  1. Phenomena

    of Phenomenon

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  1. Phenomena

    Phenomena is a rock concept around a supergroup formed by record producer Tom Galley, Metalhammer magazine founder Wilfried Rimensberger and Tom's brother, Whitesnake guitarist Mel Galley. Contributors were leading rock musicians such as Glenn Hughes, Brian May, Tony Martin and John Wetton amongst others. In a cover story, run by Kerrang! magazine in 1985, Phenomena's production of rock songs based on a story line running through a whole album, attached to artworks and other multi-media aspects was credited for the "return of the concept album" in the 1980s. Phenomena released three albums in the 1980s and early 1990s, and had a number one hit single in South America with "Did It All For Love", while the album charted across Europe, in Japan and Brazil. An accompanying music video was shot and produced by Rimensberger in conjunction with Spidercom Films at London's Abbey Road Studios, and represented a video trailer for the Phenomena - Dream Runner movie project. More albums followed without the involvement of Rimensberger and released under the branding of 'Tom Galley, the creator of Phenomena'. The latest, Blind Faith, was released in September 2010 and a final production is scheduled for release later this year. Whilst all were well received, they were not comparable to the original Phenomena as they lack the typical concept story running through the whole album, international, mixed genre musicians’ matrix and multi-media links. In interviews Tom makes clear, that these albums released under a solo contract with the Escape label, of which a final is due later this year, should not be compared with the original Phenomena. He has recently joined forces again with Rimensberger and the 2 are working together again for the first time in 25 years.

Editors Contribution

  1. phenomena

    Plural form of the word phenomenon.

    Many things are perceived to be a phenomena.

    Submitted by MaryC on May 23, 2020  

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of phenomena in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of phenomena in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of phenomena in a Sentence

  1. Thomas Heaton:

    I work on the physics of the rupture process and I have become convinced that the physics is in a class of phenomena that are called 'chaotic,' if this is true, then we will probably never predict earthquakes.

  2. Louis Pasteur:

    Science advances through tentative answers to a series of more and more subtle questions which reach deeper and deeper into the essence of natural phenomena.

  3. Erik Pevernagie:

    The brain absorbs all the phenomena of our daily life, constructs a maze of countless corridors that run through our mind and opens numerous unconscious wishes and subdued desires, which are processed in the labyrinths of our subconscious. ( " Labyrinth of the mind " )

  4. Dan Seaton:

    These could well turn out to be the best ever observations of high frequency phenomena in the corona, extending the observing time and going to very high altitude might allow us to see a few events or track waves that would be essentially invisible in just two minutes of observations from the ground.

  5. Claude Enrico:

    We have to learn to live with natural phenomena, it's inevitable they will come year after year. So we must train people what to do in an emergency and ensure families have an evacuation plan.

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