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funplex

entertainment complex that includes facilities for various sports and games, and often restaurants

fun·plex

 (fŭn′plĕks′)
n.
An amusement park or entertainment complex offering a wide variety of attractions such as rides, arcade games, movies, and recreational activities.

funplex

(ˈfʌnˌplɛks)
n
a large amusement or entertainment centre
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The upbeat, funky beats of Mesopotamia and Funplex would make even the most reluctant attendees' feet shuffle and fingers tap.
Funplex of East Hanover, a New Jersey's amusement destination, unveiled a $5 million, upgraded entertainment space during "Media Day" on Thursday.
Entitled The Price of a Dream, it was premiered at Funplex Event Centre, Lagos on June 7 and pays tributes to West Africa's first ever captain in the Gulf of Mexico.
"So, I was ready to do it, but then the B-52s started Funplex and I got caught up in that, which was all-encompassing." When the band did take one extended break from their touring schedule, Pierson filled the gap with NiNa, a project that trekked successfully through Japan in 1999, but the album was never released in the U.S.
Beatbox, buzzkill, chillax, coqui, frenemy, funplex, jockdom, joypad, mixtape, mojito, ponzu, qigong, schmutz, sudoku and yuzu.
They re-emerged with a vengeance on the pop scene with their 2008 CD Funplex and show no signs of slowing down as they serve up their own unique blend of music and showmanship to millions of fans around the world.
FRESH from their Glasgow Academy gig the evergreen B-52's release one of the highlights of new album Funplex.
"We worked really hard on getting Funplex Enished and it sounds great for that," explains Fred.
B-52's - Funplex The brand new album from the band that brought Rock Lobster into the mass consciousness way back in 1979 finds them in fine form.
While Funplex reflects Strickland's love of electronica, there's no doubt the album sounds like vintage B-52s, thanks to songs like "Pump," which played on The L Word, "Love in the Year 3000," and "Keep This Party Going"--goofy, deliciously surreal numbers that celebrate the mall, autoeroticized human beings, and, yes, partying.
B52s: Funplex. Unbelievably this lot had their first hit in 1979 and are still managing to keep up their indie pop pace with veteran vigour.