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No Real Need, The - Nonlocal Motives download mp3
Title:
Nonlocal Motives
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No Real Need, The
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The No Real Need is the brainchild of Steve Hewitt, a songwriter based in Melbourne, Australia. In December 2007, Steve (guitars, bass, vocals) and his brother Mark (drums) traveled to Kent, Ohio to work with producer Todd Tobias (Guided by Voices, Robert Pollard) on the group's debut record, a completely self funded effort. The result was 'Thistles Where We Slept', which "subtly channels the spirit of Guided By Voices and the cerebral crunch of Wire.

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Abstract: In this article we study a nonlocal Nambu-Jona-Lasinio (nNJL) model with a Gaussian regulator in presence of a uniform magnetic field. We take a mixed approach to the incorporation of temperature in the model, and consider aspects of both real and imaginary time formalisms. We include confinement in the model through the quasiparticle interpretation of the poles of the propagator. The effect of the magnetic field in the deconfinement phase transition is then studied.

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