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  • But he used that pain to produced Steel Train's second album, "Trampoline" - a life-affirming disc marked by plenty of quirks and hooks - which in turn improved his own health.

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  • We also get to see one of the new line types, namely the Trampoline line, in greater detail, both in use and in demonstration.

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  • My personal high-five song, or a song that makes me feel great, is "Trampoline" by Dylan Murray.

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  • Fool #1 from "Trampoline", a live performance doesn't do his voice justice.

    "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry."

  • Henry now dismisses his work before the 1996 "Trampoline," his first venture into home recording and digital technology.

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  • "Trampoline" as a trademark for what has become a joy-inducing device for backyard tumblers, fitness freaks and, since 2000, Olympic athletes.

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  • "Trampoline," from 1996, initiated the changes that would bloom on 1999's "Fuse."

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  • The most obvious is Manny (the trampoline thief in the story "Trampoline").

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  • In Nachtwey's "Trampoline," children from the impoverished Soweto township in South Africa seem to bounce beyond the gravity of their worldly troubles.

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  • The ingenious video for their new single, Trampoline, is also worth a look.

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