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Random information on the term “WET”:

Wet (stylized as WET) is a 2009 third-person shooter action video game, developed by Artificial Mind and Movement and published by Bethesda Softworks for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 video game consoles. A PlayStation Portable version was planned, but ultimately cancelled.

The game’s gameplay revolves around killing opponents with both firearms and swords while engaging in acrobatic moves. In its story and setting, Wet follows heroine Rubi Malone (voiced by actress Eliza Dushku), a “problem-solver”. Wet’s title derives from the euphemism “wet work” – a messy job or task that involves one’s hands becoming wet with blood.

Originally set to be published by Activision Blizzard, Bethesda Softworks eventually announced that they would become the game’s publisher. The game received mixed reviews from critics. The game earned praise for its gameplay and music, and production value, but was criticized for its graphics, levels and its lack of innovation. A sequel to the game was announced in 2010, but it was ultimately cancelled.

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Random information on the term “ASOP”:

Anders Fridén (born 25 March 1973) is the vocalist/lyricist of the Swedish metal band In Flames. Fridén was also the vocalist of Passenger, a side project.

Fridén was originally the vocalist for Dark Tranquillity. He performed on their debut album, Skydancer, but left the band soon after. Two years later he joined In Flames. Coincidentally Mikael Stanne had left In Flames (being only a session player) and switched from rhythm guitar to lead vocals in Dark Tranquillity, so the two effectively traded places. Fridén was also the lead vocalist for another band known as Ceremonial Oath with In Flames founder Jesper Strömblad.

Fridén started with In Flames on the 1996 album The Jester Race. On the album Whoracle, Niklas Sundin (of Dark Tranquillity) wrote the lyrics following the original synopsis by Fridén. On the 1999 album Colony, Fridén composed the lyrics himself, though Sundin still assisted by translating his lyrics from Swedish to English. His lyrics have evolved from abstract themes such as Occultism: The Necronomicon, and influenced by Aliester Crowley as well astrology and fantasy, to more personal endeavours such as depression and inner struggles.

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