concurrently released

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  • The book was concurrently released in the U.K., Italy, and Spain.
  • It has since been re-released in a 2-disc special edition that was concurrently released across North America and much of Europe.
  • It was concurrently released as a single, and reached #8 on the Billboard chart.
  • The same name was also given to a concurrently released video cassette and an approved band biography by Carol Clerk.
  • Many of the games on this list are ports of prior generation games or games that were concurrently released on the PlayStation 2.
  • It was concurrently released as both a hardcover and paperback novel.
  • Although the AV series did not have standalone digital audio players, Archos did release them under the concurrently released Gmini series.
  • Concurrently released in the US on vinyl LP, CD, and cassette, all versions varying slightly.
  • Day of the Tentacle was one of the first games concurrently released on CD-ROM and floppy disk.
  • It was concurrently released by American country music artists Ken Mellons and Tracy Lawrence, whose versions entered the country charts within one week of each other.
  • The corresponding police departments concurrently released a description of the perpetrator as a Hispanic male in his late teens or early 20s.
  • The song "This Means War" also appeared on the concurrently released soundtrack to Joan Jett's debut movie Light of Day.
  • The songs were concurrently released as the iTunes exclusive Carousel EP.
  • Frankie Laine and Brook Benton concurrently released their own versions of the song in September 1967.
  • It was concurrently released in two formats on May 15, 1972.
  • The promotional CD was sent to radio stations on 27 October, and the single was concurrently released with the live album to enable it to move straight to number one on the French Album Charts.
  • In the 1990s Chandra decided, having been a studio artist exclusively, to give concerts for the first time, and concurrently released a trilogy of albums on Peter Gabriel's Real World label.
  • A previous novelization by Scottish author Campbell Armstrong (under the pseudonym Campbell Black) was concurrently released with the film in 1981.
  • In addition to the main storyline, four supplemental "Tales of the Sinestro Corps" one-shot specials and a Blue Beetle tie-in issue were concurrently released.
  • Like Billy Preston's concurrently released Encouraging Words, Troy's album suffered from a lack of promotion under Allen Klein's control of Apple Records.
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