Changed Forever: The Making of Australia - Netflix
Those who shaped our country were themselves shaped by the Great War. This is their story. Everything was changed forever by the First World War, this series charts how and why through the lives, trials, triumphs and tragedies of a dozen Australians who fought, waited, argued, survived, or died. It tells the story of the First World War through the experiences – of survival, repatriation, death, being honoured, passing unnoticed – of diverse Australians, from political leaders to sporting champions, military commanders to serving soldiers, opera divas to newspaper reporters. This is the First World War as experienced by Australians on Gallipoli, in the Middle East and on the Western Front and, equally, it is the story of the Australian home front during the war years, using these same men and women as our portal to their families, colleagues, and mates.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Changed Forever: The Making of Australia - ? (XXXTentacion album) - Netflix
? is the second studio album by American rapper XXXTentacion and the last to be released during his lifetime. It was released on March 16, 2018 by Bad Vibes Forever, and distributed by Caroline Distribution. It succeeds the release of his debut album 17 and the extended play A Ghetto Christmas Carol (both 2017). The album is primarily produced by frequent collaborator John Cunningham, and includes guest appearances from PnB Rock, Travis Barker and Joey Badass, among others. ? was supported by two singles: “Sad!” and “Changes”.
Changed Forever: The Making of Australia - Critical reception - Netflix
In a positive review, online publication HotNewHipHop stated that “Despite an sagging middle section, ? features some of X's most nuanced and impressive material to date”, adding that “X's commitment to honoring his various influences is admirable, but it may have behooved him to spend a little bit more time on sequencing this artistic kaleidoscope.” Sputnikmusic gave a negative review, saying that “This exercise in granting credence to emotionally stunted, bad musicians is something that is truly stunning to bare witness to.” XXL gave the album a positive review, and wrote “The album sonically goes every which way—a double-edge sword that can make for a dizzying, disjointed listen at times. Still, ? is X's most stimulating offering to date and with a little more focus on structure and cohesion, X's best work could very well be ahead of him.”
Changed Forever: The Making of Australia - References - Netflix