The CD single includes the "Automatik Teknicolor", "It's All Gone", "Unstoppable Salvation", "Happy Ending" and the music video for "There by the Grace of God". A DVD was also released, including the music video for the song and two remixes: Mix and Starecase Mix.
"There by the Grace of God" is a song by band . It was released in October 2002 by record label as a single from the band's greatest hits album .
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A former South African describes an experience one of her servants had with the police and thereby illuminates the Kafkaesque nightmare in which black people live. [Negro Digest (1963)]
Thereby Hangs a Tail is Spencer Quinn’s second Chet and Bernie mystery, but the first one I’ve read. Told from the point of view of hundred-pound canine Chet, it’s a tale of mystery and suspense, with occasional squirrels, dog biscuits, car chases and the chance to chew a bad guy’s pant leg. The voice reads like a cross between Mr. Ed and LA Noir. The digressions are fun and thoroughly canine. And the plot is nicely drawn, becoming clear despite the curious viewpoint, with just the right amount of human dialog caught between the lines. Okay, it’s a fairly twisted plot, with a few seriously convenient coincidences. But it works, it yields its fair portion of serious bad guys, and a reasonable number of characters (human and canine) survive. I’ll certainly read more, while Chet will undoubtedly seek more treats from the coffee shop, and Bernie will maybe see a little more of his son sometime. With humans a little more flawed than their pets, Chet and Bernie are well worth following as they seek out more mysteries to solve. Disclosure: I’d been waiting to read one of these for ages.