Search your favorite song for free

1. Blasterjaxx vs Dyro-Koala vs I Ghotta Know(Attack and Defence)

Blasterjaxx vs Dyro-Koala vs I Ghotta Know(Attack and Defence)

новый mash up от Attack and Defence слушайте и ставьте лайки!!!

nothing at of , which is


2. Attack and Defence-we are future

Attack and Defence-we are future

our last work

nothing at of , which is


3. Big shot(original mix)

Big shot(original mix)

our first work)

nothing at of , which is



5. WeokxX And Attack & Defence - Fucking Drop

WeokxX And Attack & Defence - Fucking Drop

our new track from album

nothing at of , which is


6. Attack And Defence - So Large Party(album Version)

Attack And Defence - So Large Party(album Version)

some track from debut album Dream Sounds///release 30 april

nothing at of , which is


7. Attack and Defence-Jupiter (original mix)

Attack and Defence-Jupiter (original mix)

new electro track/Attack and Defence

nothing at of , which is


8. Attack And Defence - Strings Of Soul(id Version)

Attack And Defence - Strings Of Soul(id Version)

New track for album Dream Sounds release 30 april

nothing at of , which is


9. Attack and Defence -Flute (Album Edit)

Attack and Defence -Flute (Album Edit)

Some our new music

nothing at of , which is


10. Attack and Defence-ID [working title-Tomorrow Dream]

Attack and Defence-ID [working title-Tomorrow Dream]

Title track from our debut album Dream Sounds

nothing at of , which is


11. Attack and Defence.feat Shmeleva- Own Faults(original mix)

Attack and Defence.feat Shmeleva- Own Faults(original mix)

beautifull vocal with shmeleva and good drop part (we are fifteen years old ....не оценивайте строго

nothing at of , which is


12. Episode 70 - These Icons Will Help In Both Attack And Defence

Episode 70 - These Icons Will Help In Both Attack And Defence

This week we chat Blackwater and are joined by the Champ Darren Hazelden to discuss what makes a champion, Jank Champ Sam Pigden to discuss the gold curve of voltron decks and 1.0 Highlander draft finalist Alex O'Feeworth to discuss what someone new to first edition liked, loved, and hated about the Only Game that Mattered. Spolers: one of them is moribund. Oh! and we have spolers from Oberyn's Revenge too!

nothing at of , which is



14. Exclusive – West Ham need to strengthen in attack and defence, claims ex-Hammer

  • Published: 2015-07-04T13:38:47Z
  • By talkSPORT
Exclusive – West Ham need to strengthen in attack and defence, claims ex-Hammer

Ian Pearce gave the Sports Bar his opinions on former club, West Ham (Published: Sat, 04 Jul 2015 13:07:11 +0100 at http://talksport.com/football/exclusive-west-ham-need-strengthen-attack-and-defence-claims-ex-hammer-150704154638)

nothing at of , which is


15. Israeli, Palestinian voices debate response to Tel Aviv attack

Israeli, Palestinian voices debate response to Tel Aviv attack

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) and Defence Minister Avigdor Liberman (L) speak to the press at the scene of a shooting outside Max Brenner restaurant in Sarona Market in Tel Aviv, Israel.; Credit: Lior Mizrahi/Getty Images Two gunmen from the Palestinian village of Yatta entered Israel and opened fire in an outdoor market in Tel Aviv Wednesday night, injuring six and killing four. The shooting, which Israeli authorities are calling a terrorist attack, occurred in the first week of Ramadan, the Muslim holy month for which Israel granted 83,000 travel permits to Palestinians. In response to the attacks, Israel has now frozen those permits, and the military has deployed troops to the West Bank, declaring the village of Yatta a closed military zone and promising two more battalions in the West Bank. The shooting occurred less than two weeks after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appointed ultra-right politician Avigdor Lieberman as Defense Minister, who, in contrast to previous Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon, has refused to release the bodies of the two attackers back to Palestine in an effort to dissuade more attacks, a move Ya’alon says will only inflame tensions. Hamas did not claim responsibility for the shooting, but promised more “surprises” for “Zionists” during the holy month. Against the backdrop of the U.S. presidential election, the attack brings U.S. foreign policy in Israel back into the fore. What constitutes an appropriate response, and how does it impact Palestinians? What does this mean for the future of Israeli and Palestinian security, peace in the region, and U.S. involvement? Guests: David Makovsky, Director, Project on the Middle East Peace Process, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy - a think tank described as advancing U.S. interests in the Middle East; In 2013-2014, he worked in the Office of the U.S. Secretary of State, serving as a senior advisor to the Special Envoy for Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations. Yousef Munayyer, Executive Director of the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation - a coalition of organizations founded in 2002

nothing at of , which is


16. Israeli, Palestinian voices debate response to Tel Aviv attack

Israeli, Palestinian voices debate response to Tel Aviv attack

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) and Defence Minister Avigdor Liberman (L) speak to the press at the scene of a shooting outside Max Brenner restaurant in Sarona Market in Tel Aviv, Israel.; Credit: Lior Mizrahi/Getty Images Two gunmen from the Palestinian village of Yatta entered Israel and opened fire in an outdoor market in Tel Aviv Wednesday night, injuring six and killing four. The shooting, which Israeli authorities are calling a terrorist attack, occurred in the first week of Ramadan, the Muslim holy month for which Israel granted 83,000 travel permits to Palestinians. In response to the attacks, Israel has now frozen those permits, and the military has deployed troops to the West Bank, declaring the village of Yatta a closed military zone and promising two more battalions in the West Bank. The shooting occurred less than two weeks after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appointed ultra-right politician Avigdor Lieberman as Defense Minister, who, in contrast to previous Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon, has refused to release the bodies of the two attackers back to Palestine in an effort to dissuade more attacks, a move Ya’alon says will only inflame tensions. Hamas did not claim responsibility for the shooting, but promised more “surprises” for “Zionists” during the holy month. Against the backdrop of the U.S. presidential election, the attack brings U.S. foreign policy in Israel back into the fore. What constitutes an appropriate response, and how does it impact Palestinians? What does this mean for the future of Israeli and Palestinian security, peace in the region, and U.S. involvement? Guests: David Makovsky, Director, Project on the Middle East Peace Process, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy - a think tank described as advancing U.S. interests in the Middle East; In 2013-2014, he worked in the Office of the U.S. Secretary of State, serving as a senior advisor to the Special Envoy for Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations. Yousef Munayyer, Executive Director of the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation - a coalition of organizations founded in 2002

nothing at of , which is


17. Israeli, Palestinian voices debate response to Tel Aviv attack

Israeli, Palestinian voices debate response to Tel Aviv attack

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) and Defence Minister Avigdor Liberman (L) speak to the press at the scene of a shooting outside Max Brenner restaurant in Sarona Market in Tel Aviv, Israel.; Credit: Lior Mizrahi/Getty Images Two gunmen from the Palestinian village of Yatta entered Israel and opened fire in an outdoor market in Tel Aviv Wednesday night, injuring six and killing four. The shooting, which Israeli authorities are calling a terrorist attack, occurred in the first week of Ramadan, the Muslim holy month for which Israel granted 83,000 travel permits to Palestinians. In response to the attacks, Israel has now frozen those permits, and the military has deployed troops to the West Bank, declaring the village of Yatta a closed military zone and promising two more battalions in the West Bank. The shooting occurred less than two weeks after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appointed ultra-right politician Avigdor Lieberman as Defense Minister, who, in contrast to previous Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon, has refused to release the bodies of the two attackers back to Palestine in an effort to dissuade more attacks, a move Ya’alon says will only inflame tensions. Hamas did not claim responsibility for the shooting, but promised more “surprises” for “Zionists” during the holy month. Against the backdrop of the U.S. presidential election, the attack brings U.S. foreign policy in Israel back into the fore. What constitutes an appropriate response, and how does it impact Palestinians? What does this mean for the future of Israeli and Palestinian security, peace in the region, and U.S. involvement? Guests: David Makovsky, Director, Project on the Middle East Peace Process, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy - a think tank described as advancing U.S. interests in the Middle East; In 2013-2014, he worked in the Office of the U.S. Secretary of State, serving as a senior advisor to the Special Envoy for Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations. Yousef Munayyer, Executive Director of the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation - a coalition of organizations founded in 2002

nothing at of , which is


18. Israeli, Palestinian voices debate response to Tel Aviv attack

Israeli, Palestinian voices debate response to Tel Aviv attack

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) and Defence Minister Avigdor Liberman (L) speak to the press at the scene of a shooting outside Max Brenner restaurant in Sarona Market in Tel Aviv, Israel.; Credit: Lior Mizrahi/Getty Images Two gunmen from the Palestinian village of Yatta entered Israel and opened fire in an outdoor market in Tel Aviv Wednesday night, injuring six and killing four. The shooting, which Israeli authorities are calling a terrorist attack, occurred in the first week of Ramadan, the Muslim holy month for which Israel granted 83,000 travel permits to Palestinians. In response to the attacks, Israel has now frozen those permits, and the military has deployed troops to the West Bank, declaring the village of Yatta a closed military zone and promising two more battalions in the West Bank. The shooting occurred less than two weeks after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appointed ultra-right politician Avigdor Lieberman as Defense Minister, who, in contrast to previous Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon, has refused to release the bodies of the two attackers back to Palestine in an effort to dissuade more attacks, a move Ya’alon says will only inflame tensions. Hamas did not claim responsibility for the shooting, but promised more “surprises” for “Zionists” during the holy month. Against the backdrop of the U.S. presidential election, the attack brings U.S. foreign policy in Israel back into the fore. What constitutes an appropriate response, and how does it impact Palestinians? What does this mean for the future of Israeli and Palestinian security, peace in the region, and U.S. involvement? Guests: David Makovsky, Director, Project on the Middle East Peace Process, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy - a think tank described as advancing U.S. interests in the Middle East; In 2013-2014, he worked in the Office of the U.S. Secretary of State, serving as a senior advisor to the Special Envoy for Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations. Yousef Munayyer, Executive Director of the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation - a coalition of organizations founded in 2002

nothing at of , which is


19. Israeli, Palestinian voices debate response to Tel Aviv attack

Israeli, Palestinian voices debate response to Tel Aviv attack

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) and Defence Minister Avigdor Liberman (L) speak to the press at the scene of a shooting outside Max Brenner restaurant in Sarona Market in Tel Aviv, Israel.; Credit: Lior Mizrahi/Getty Images Two gunmen from the Palestinian village of Yatta entered Israel and opened fire in an outdoor market in Tel Aviv Wednesday night, injuring six and killing four. The shooting, which Israeli authorities are calling a terrorist attack, occurred in the first week of Ramadan, the Muslim holy month for which Israel granted 83,000 travel permits to Palestinians. In response to the attacks, Israel has now frozen those permits, and the military has deployed troops to the West Bank, declaring the village of Yatta a closed military zone and promising two more battalions in the West Bank. The shooting occurred less than two weeks after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appointed ultra-right politician Avigdor Lieberman as Defense Minister, who, in contrast to previous Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon, has refused to release the bodies of the two attackers back to Palestine in an effort to dissuade more attacks, a move Ya’alon says will only inflame tensions. Hamas did not claim responsibility for the shooting, but promised more “surprises” for “Zionists” during the holy month. Against the backdrop of the U.S. presidential election, the attack brings U.S. foreign policy in Israel back into the fore. What constitutes an appropriate response, and how does it impact Palestinians? What does this mean for the future of Israeli and Palestinian security, peace in the region, and U.S. involvement? Guests: David Makovsky, Director, Project on the Middle East Peace Process, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy - a think tank described as advancing U.S. interests in the Middle East; In 2013-2014, he worked in the Office of the U.S. Secretary of State, serving as a senior advisor to the Special Envoy for Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations. Yousef Munayyer, Executive Director of the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation - a coalition of organizations founded in 2002

nothing at of , which is


20. Fashion Bug Attack : Government not responsible

Fashion Bug Attack : Government not responsible

The government is not responsible for the violent acts reported in recent times targeting a particular religion, Sri Lanka Freedom Party General Secretary, Health Minister Maithripala Sirisena said today.The government is not responsible for the violent acts reported in recent times targeting a particular religion, Sri Lanka Freedom Party General Secretary, Health Minister Maithripala Sirisena said today. Speaking at a media briefing the Minister said that it is now a common practice to point fingers at the government when an incident takes place. However he stressed that the government is keen to maintain peace and promote co-existence among all communities. The Minister was responding to criticism towards the government over its failure to stem the violence by extremist Buddhist groups targeting Muslims in the country. With regards to the attack on the Fashion Bug outlet in Pepiliyana last week, the Minister said that the government condemns the incident. He also said that President Mahinda Rajapaksa and Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa have instructed the police and the security forces to take action against anyone attempting to disturb the peace. He recalled that Sri Lanka has suffered for too long as a result of the 30 year war, which created a rift and raised suspicion among all the communities. The Minister said that some groups are now attempting to create rifts among Sinhalese and Muslims in the country and the government condemns such attempts. (Colombo Gazette) Speaking at a media briefing the Minister said that it is now a common practice to point fingers at the government when an incident takes place. However he stressed that the government is keen to maintain peace and promote co-existence among all communities. The Minister was responding to criticism towards the government over its failure to stem the violence by extremist Buddhist groups targeting Muslims in the country. With regards to the attack on the Fashion Bug outlet in Pepiliyana last week, the Minister said that the government condemns the incident. He also said that President Mahinda Rajapaksa and Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa have instructed the police and the security forces to take action against anyone attempting to disturb the peace. He recalled that Sri Lanka has suffered for too long as a result of the 30 year war, which created a rift and raised suspicion among all the communities. The Minister said that some groups are now attempting to create rifts among Sinhalese and Muslims in the country and the government condemns such attempts. (Colombo Gazette)

nothing at of , which is