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In 2001 The Orchestra released a limited number of their CD No Rewind which was produced and first released without involvement from a major record label but was subsequently released in Argentina by Art Music in 2005 and reissued worldwide in 2006. The album contains the Bev Bevan co-authored composition "Over London Skies", " The Diary of Horace Wimp " soundalike "Jewel & Johnny", and a cover of " Twist and Shout " which begins in a slow, plaintive minor key with arpeggiated chords before building to the familiar, rocking major progression. With the release of No Rewind , The Orchestra temporarily worked some original material into their live set, with "Jewel & Johnny" and the album's title song becoming occasional staples, although a vast majority of the songs they perform in concert are covers of Jeff Lynne's compositions that originally appeared on ELO's original albums between 1971 and 1986. The band continues to tour and regularly plays shows in Chile, Argentina, the UK, Eastern Europe and elsewhere around the world.

London has a diverse range of people and cultures, and more than 300 languages are spoken in the region. [43] Its estimated mid-2016 municipal population (corresponding to Greater London ) was 8,787,892, [3] the largest of any city in the European Union [44] and accounting for % of the UK population. [45] London's urban area is the second most populous in the EU , after Paris, with 9,787,426 inhabitants at the 2011 census. [46] The city's metropolitan area is the most populous in the EU with 14,040,163 inhabitants in 2016, [note 4] [2] while the Greater London Authority states the population of the city-region (covering a large part of the south east) as million. [47] [48] London was the world's most populous city from around 1831 to 1925 . [49]

Also, for marketing purposes the size of a studio is often quoted wall to wall.  However, most of them have fire lanes running round each side so the available space for cameras and sets is somewhat smaller.  Where possible I have quoted sizes within firelanes and in feet or 'metric feet' where applicable.  This curious measurement was adopted by the BBC and is 30cm in length.  (If you think back to your old school rulers, they had 12 inches on one side and 30cm, which is very slightly less, on the other.)  It does mean that a studio that is marked as 90 metric feet long is actually 88ft 6ins long.

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