2006 welcomes the release of STS9's first ever concert DVD, "Live as Time Changes". Recorded over the course of the bands legendary sold out three night '05-'06 New Year's Eve run at Atlanta, GA's Tabernacle, "Live as Time Changes" for the first time captures the excitement, sights and sounds of the live STS9 experience on DVD. With both new, never released, songs and long time fan favorites, close-ups and backstage footage, "Live as Time Changes" is sure to please any music lover. This Fall Tour celebrates the release of STS9's "Live as Time Changes". Track Listing: Open E, Instantly, Moonsocket, Pianoir, Ramone & Emiglio, Aimlessly, Somesing, Warrior, Dance, Glogli, Music Us, Evasive Maneuvers, Kamuy, Baraka
Shinozaki Ayumi receives a strange call telling her that an earthquake will occur one hour from now. She hangs up the phone thinking it was just a prank call. But one hour later, she feels herself sway a little. When she turns on the television, she realizes that what the caller said about the time and the epicenter was on the mark. After that, she receives another phone call from the same caller who identifies himself as Kazama. He says that he knows what will happen in the future because he went back to a certain spot from the future and made a fresh start in life. Calling this time travel “Repeat”, he invites Ayumi to be his guest. Besides Ayumi, Mori Keisuke and Tendo Taro are among the eight people who have been invited by Kazama to participate in “Repeat”. These eight people who are making a repeat as a result of past regrets, are hit with a series of unanticipated events. -- Jdrama Weblog
The Changes is a British children's science fiction television serial filmed in 1973 and first broadcast in 1975 by the BBC. It was directed by John Prowse. It is based on the trilogy written by Peter Dickinson: The Weathermonger, Heartsease and The Devil's Children.