Remembering his first record, Eve of Destruction by Barry McGuire in 1965, which was quickly followed by purchases of singles by The Kinks, Small Faces and The Beatles, he said: "It's a shame that this is the last independent music shop in the city centre.
What does EoD stand for?
EoD stands for Eve of Destruction (computer game)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 99 other meanings of EoD in our Acronym Attic
- Environment of Deposition
- Envyus or Die (gaming)
- Equal Opportunity Division
- Équipe de Déminage (French: Demining Team; NATO)
- Equivalent Other Duty
- Erasable Optical Disc
- Esoteric Order of Dagon (Cthulhu Mythos)
- Established Onset of Disability
- Ethernet Over DOCSIS
- European Opera Days
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In the 60s Sloan penned Barry McGuire's Eve Of Destruction and came up with the riff for the Mamas And The Papas' California Dreaming but gave it all up to sing his own stuff and ended up in obscurity.
It's about obscure 60s songwriter Sloan, who penned Barry McGuire's Eve Of Destruction, in a Karen Carpenter style.
The album's proper closer "Ice Cream Van" proves we all scream for ice cream, even if we're on the eve of destruction.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Eve of Destruction Even in the medium-term, rising costs amplified by pricing have the nasty tendency towards demand destruction, defeating the short-term incentive.
Then the carnival was over, and I was back on the road to no where, on the eve of destruction, searching for the answers still blowing in the wind.
It's the same story as Barry Maguire's Eve of Destruction or REM's It's the End of the World As We Know It.