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Unggul Dan Terdepan Dalam Prestasi Berlandaskan Iman Dan Taqwa

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1. Terwujudnya pendidikan yang adil dan merata
2. Terwujudnya pendidikan yang bermutu , serta menghasilkan lulusan yang saleh
3. Terwujudnya prestasi akademik dan non akademik

MISI
1. Melaksnakan pendidikan yang adil dan merata
2. Melaksanakan pendidikan yang bermutu, serta menghasilkan lulusan yang saleh
3. Melaksanakan pemebelajaran yang efektif bagi semua siswa.
4. Menumbuhkan semanagat berprestasi warga sekolah dalam berkarya

TUJUAN
1. Meningkatkan pendidikan yang adil dan merata
2. Rata – rata peningkatan nilai UN +0,2
3. Meningkatkan prilaku akhlak mulia bagi semua peserta didik
4. Meningkatkan pembelajaran Billingual
5. Meraih berbagai prestasi baik akademik maupun non akademik

SASARAN
1. Seluruh peserta didik ber-ahklakul karimah
2. Rata – rata peningkatan nilai UN + 0,2 (8,5)
3. Melaksanakan pembelajaran Billingual pada mata pelajaran MIPA
4. KPMP menjadi juara ditingkat kota Tasikmalaya maupun luar kota Tasikmalaya

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Atreyu

Atreyu
Atreyu is an American metalcore band from Orange County, California, formed in 1998. The band consists of vocalist/lyricist Alex Varkatzas, guitarists Dan Jacobs and Travis Miguel, bassist Marc McKnight and drummer/vocalist Brandon Saller. The band was originally named "Retribution", but later changed their name to "Atreyu" (after the character of the same name from the fantasy book/movie The Neverending Story), when they found out that another band from Hemet, California had been using their original name.[1] Since their formation the band have since released five studio albums: Suicide Notes and Butterfly Kisses, The Curse, A Death-Grip on Yesterday, Lead Sails Paper Anchor, and Congregation of the Damned. In 2008, they were on the Projekt Revolution tour with Linkin Park and headlined the smaller Revolution Stage along with 10 Years, Hawthorne Heights, and Armor for Sleep.

Alex Varkatzas

Alex Varkatzas

Marc McKnight

Marc McKnight

Brandon Saller

Brandon Saller

Travis Miguel

Travis Miguel

Dan Jacobs

Dan Jacobs

Atreyu - You Eclipsed by Me (Live in Woverhampton 15/11/2007)

Girugamesh \m/

Girugamesh \m/
girugämesh biography girugamesh is a Japanese metal band. The group started when childhood friends ShuU (bass) and Nii (guitar) met up again after a number of years. Searching Chiba prefecture for band members in 2004, the two found skilled songwriter Яyo (drums) and Satoshi (vocals) to form the current group. On the live scene, girugamesh generated considerable buzz with their powerful live shows, adept musicality of a level uncommon in newly-formed bands, and their tremendous potential. The band delivered their debut album, "13's reborn," in September 2006. The group then released their second effort, "Girugamesh," in December 2007. The band's unique and heavy sound has received a great deal of attention internationally. In fact, the group has had numerous offers to play in the United States and Europe. The group embarked on their first six-show tour of Europe in January 2008, demonstrating their ability to play in the world arena. In 2008, the group also went on a 32-show "stupid tour '08 in Japan," which concluded with a sold-out show at Shibuya's CLUB QUATTRO. In the summer, the group toured again, selling out the LIQUIDROOM. In November, the group announced their third album, entitled "MUSIC," which incorporated synthesizers and digital beats to create a melodic and danceable sound. The group followed the release with tours on an even larger scale. From November 2008 to March 2009, the group swept through all 47 prefectures in Japan, which they finished with a sold-out show at Shibuya AX. The two-disc DVD "CRAZY CRAZY CRAZY" contains high-powered footage from these performances. In April 2009, the group played in America. The following month, girugamesh returned to Europe, where they headlined ten shows in seven countries, playing before a total of 7,000 fans. In June, the band was invited to play a long-running rock festival in Sweden and Finland. Upon their return to Japan, the group went out on their "SUMMER EVOLUTION" two-day tour of Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka. In August, playing for an audience of 20,000 at Makuhari Messe, girugamesh put together an amazing performance in the JACK IN THE BOX 2009 SUMMER show. Finally, in January 2010 they played at Shinkiba STUDIO COST and filled the venue to over 2,000 people for the first time. They sold out most of their shows at live houses for the rest of their Japan tour. In addition to their charged live performances, the group has continued to release new recordings. In 2009, in order to challenge themselves one song at a time, the group released a string of three singles. Their new ambitions were fully realized with their album "NOW," which was released in December 2009. As the title suggests, the album is packed with the very latest from girugamesh—a heavy-hitting rush of sound that leaves us begging for more. If “NOW” gave us girugamesh’s present state of mind, their thoughts about the future were revealed by the single “COLOR,” released in July 2010. The vocals take center stage in “COLOR” and the single has an overall “summer” feel to it. girugamesh then released “Inochi no ki” on October 6, which took one step forward in expanding their emotional palette. The melodies have a distinctly “autumn” feel to them, inducing you to move your body and your heart to the rhythms of the song. Listen to this track, and you are sure to feel very positive about the future!

Satoshi

Satoshi
Satoshi writes all lyrics of girugamesh’s song. He expresses himself straight to what he feels every day, his desire and dissatisfaction with society. He only believes his desire and keeps away from drinking alcohol and smoking cigarettes that are sometimes regarded as a part of typical lifestyle for Rock musicians. Birthday:Oct 13, 1984 blood:O height:168cm weight:52kg favorite:Movies, Indirect lighting, Meat, Pug

Яyo

Яyo
Яyo writes most of songs, and does programming of all songs. He loves pets and has a fun character, on the contrary, he is a hard work person when making songs and doing a recording. He has a great sense of music and is very talented like he plays DJ at the show. Birthday:Sep 20, 1986 blood:A height:163cm weight:50 kg favorite: Cigarettes, Gummy, Music

Nii

Nii
Nii has known ShuU since his elementary school. He loves Sake and Chinese noodles, and always gives the band a charge. Keeping “FREEDOM” in his mind, his strong and unique performance attracts all fans at every show. Birthday:July 22, 1984 blood:A height:173cm weight:53kg favorite:Naritake, Techno music, Alcoho

ShuU

ShuU
ShuU has led the band. He is usually very calm and relaxed, but his performance is so amazing, which has both silent and excitement. He is a person who attracts all fans on the stage. Birthday:Dec 26, 1984 blood:O height:175cm weight:62kg favorite: Fishing, Reading, Cigarettes

Girugamesh_destiny (PV)

Nightmare (ナイトメア Naitomea)

Nightmare (ナイトメア Naitomea)
Nightmare (ナイトメア Naitomea) is a visual kei rock band from Japan. They enjoyed mainstream success with the inclusion of "The World" and "Alumina" in the anime series Death Note and are considered a major act in the ongoing visual kei scene.

Yomi [Vocals]

Yomi [Vocals]

Ruka [Rhytm Guitar]

Ruka [Rhytm Guitar]

Hitsugi [Lead Guitar]

Hitsugi [Lead Guitar]

Ni~ya [Bass]

Ni~ya [Bass]

Ruka [Drum]

Ruka [Drum]

Nightmare - a:FANTASIA (PV)

Hitomi Takahashi

Hitomi Takahashi
Hitomi Takahashi (高橋 瞳 Takahashi Hitomi?, born April 8, 1989) is a rock/pop singer from Miyagi Prefecture in Japan. After being selected as finalist in the Sony Music SD audition, which contained about 20,000 applicants, Hitomi entered the music scene in 2005 with her single "Bokutachi no Yukue". The single was an instant hit for her, and entered the weekly Oricon charts at #1, making her the third solo debut singer to achieve this.

Hitomi Takahashi-Aozora no Namida (Live)

YUI

YUI
Yui (stylized as YUI) (born March 26, 1987), is a Japanese singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, composer, music arranger and actress. She is currently signed to Studioseven Recordings and attached to the talent agency Stardust Promotion.

YUI-Namidairo

Asking Alexandria

Asking Alexandria
Asking Alexandria are an English metalcore band from York, North Yorkshire. Founded in 2008 when Ben Bruce (lead guitar) contacted his old companions upon returning to England after residing in Dubai. The current line-up of the group consists of Ben Bruce, Danny Worsnop (vocals), Cameron Liddell (rhythm guitar), Sam Bettley (bass guitar) and James Cassells (drums).

Danny Worsnop

Danny Worsnop

Ben Bruce

Ben Bruce

Cameron Liddell

Cameron Liddell

Sam Bettley

Sam Bettley

James Cassells

James Cassells

Asking Alexandria-The Final Episode (Let's Change the Channel)

.hack//G.U

.hack//G.U

.hck//G.U Trilogy-Haseo Xth Form (HD)

All Epitaph Users :

All Epitaph Users :
Haseo

Kuhn

Pi

Yata

Endrance

Saku & Bo

Atoli

all about .hack//G.U :

.hack//G.U. is a series of single-player action role-playing games for the PlayStation 2, developed by CyberConnect2 and published by Bandai. The three games are titled .hack//G.U. Vol. 1: Rebirth (再誕 Saitan, lit. Resurrection), .hack//G.U. Vol. 2: Reminisce (君思う声 Kimi Omou Koe, lit. The Voice that Thinks of You), and .hack//G.U. Vol. 3: Redemption (歩くような速さで Aruku you na Hayasa de, lit. At a Walking Pace).

Gameplay

hack//G.U. simulates a massively multiplayer online role-playing game; players assume the role of a participant in a fictional game called The World. While in The World, the player controls the on-screen player character, Haseo, from a third-person person perspective (with optional first-person mode). The player may control the camera using the game controller's right analog stick. Within the fictional game, players explore monster-infested fields and dungeons as well as "Root Towns" that are free of combat. They also can "log-off" from the game and return to a computer desktop interface which includes in-game e-mail, news, andmessage boards, as well as desktop and background music customization options. In Reminisce, an optional card game called "Crimson VS" becomes available. The player may save the game to a memory card both from the desktop and within The World at a Save Shop. After the player completes the game, a Data Flag appears on the save file, which allows the transfer of all aspects of the player character and party members to the next game in the series.

Players can attack monsters in real time. However, the action pauses whenever the menu is opened in order to select magic to cast, items to use, or skills to perform. The player only directly controls Haseo, while the other characters are controlled by artificial intelligence. The player may either provide guidelines ("Free Will", "Rage", "Life", etc.) or issue direct commands (for example, to cast a particular magic at a particular enemy) to the computer-controlled characters. Monsters roam the environments freely or guard treasure chests. Once combat is initiated, via a "surprise attack" or the player being spotted, a wall erects around the combat area to prevent escape. Under certain conditions, the player may execute a "Rengeki" attack via the Skill Trigger menu. These attacks deal greater damage and fill a Morale gauge, which allows the player and his team members to use a combination attack. Certain plot-related fights, called "Avatar battles", use a different interface which incorporates shoot 'em up gameplay elements. After depleting the opponent's health, players must charge up a "Data Drain" to end the battle.

Root Towns are non-combat areas in The World. The player may restock on items, buy equipment, or chat and trade with other "players" of The World. The player may also undertake optional quests and visit guilds. A key feature of all towns is the Chaos Gate. This blue portal is used to travel between towns (called "servers") as well as access the fields and dungeons where battles take place. A password system controls the characteristics of each area. Depending on the characteristics of each word in the three word phrase, the resulting area may have different attributes such as prevalence of monsters or items, among other features.


Plot

The main playable character of .hack//G.U. is Haseo, a player of The World whose friend Shino fell into a coma after being attacked by a PK named "Tri-Edge" within the game. As a result, Haseo becomes obsessed with becoming strong enough to defeat Tri-Edge and save Shino—he earns the nickname "Terror of Death" for his relentless hunting of PKs. As an Epitaph PC, Haseo is recruited into the new incarnation of Project G.U., which now handlesdebugging of The World. Yata, who played a key role in the events of .hack under the name Wiseman, leads Project G.U., while other Epitaph PCs including Kuhn and Pi comprise the rest of the group. Haseo's hostile nature attracts the attention of Atoli, a member of the peace-loving Moon Tree guild, who resolves to befriend him. Haseo is also searching for Ovan, Haseo's and Shino's former guildmaster who disappeared during .hack//Roots under mysterious circumstances.Setting

.hack//G.U. takes place in an alternate version of Earth in the year 2017. As depicted in the first .hack game series, the "2nd Network Crisis" was an incident that occurred seven years ago in which many computer systems across Japan malfunctioned. Through the efforts of those games' hero, Kite, the incident resulted in the birth of Aura, the ultimate artificial intelligence (AI), capable of making decisions for itself. Under the guidance of Aura, The World, the most popular massively multiplayer online role-playing game at the time, flourishes and the events of .hack//Legend of the Twilight occur during this four-year period. In late 2014, Aura disappears, resulting in the slow decay of The World and the Internet as a whole. In response, the company that administrates The World, CC Corp, sets up "Project G.U." and tasks them with remedying the problem. They come up with the "Restore Aura (RA) Plan", in which they attempt to retrieve the fragments of Morganna—an AI that served as Aura's "mother"—and seal them into player characters (PCs) of The World. In theory, this would allow the Project G.U. programmers to manipulate the Morganna program to recreate Aura. Only certain "chosen" players could control these special "Epitaph PCs". After locating candidates to operate the Epitaph PCs, the team proceeds to test the RA Plan despite concerns over "anti-existences" that might damage the Internet. The program fails catastrophically and destroys over 80% of the data for The World. Instead of trying to salvage the data, CC Corp develops The World R:2 and releases it to a new generation of players. However, this new game is less popular than its predecessor and becomes plagued by "player killers" (PKs), players who target other players for fun and sport. The Epitaph PCs which had been lost during the RA Plan disaster resurface in the new version, attached to certain players of interest.

Characters

The main playable character of .hack//G.U. is Haseo, a player of The World whose friend Shino fell into a coma after being attacked by a PK named "Tri-Edge" within the game. As a result, Haseo becomes obsessed with becoming strong enough to defeat Tri-Edge and save Shino—he earns the nickname "Terror of Death" for his relentless hunting of PKs. As an Epitaph PC, Haseo is recruited into the new incarnation of Project G.U., which now handlesdebugging of The World. Yata, who played a key role in the events of .hack under the name Wiseman, leads Project G.U., while other Epitaph PCs including Kuhn and Pi comprise the rest of the group. Haseo's hostile nature attracts the attention of Atoli, a member of the peace-loving Moon Tree guild, who resolves to befriend him. Haseo is also searching for Ovan, Haseo's and Shino's former guildmaster who disappeared during .hack//Roots under mysterious circumstances.

Story

Following the events of .hack//Roots, Haseo has become a ruthless and powerful player. A chance encounter with Ovan leads him to the Hulle Granz Cathedral, where Shino was put into a coma. He encounters and battles "Tri-Edge" but is soundly defeated. Tri-Edge uses a powerful, illegal skill called "Data Drain" on Haseo, which resets his character data to level one. Lacking the strength he once had, Haseo is mistaken for a newbie player by Silabus and Gaspard, who invite him to join their guild, Canard.


Development

Development for .hack//G.U. began in October 2002, towards the end of the first .hack series' production cycle, with CyberConnect2's president Hiroshi Matsuyama as director. According to Matsuyama, the acronym "G.U." has twelve meanings related to the plot of the games but the central theme is "growing up" in many respects. Graphically and technologically, the game is an improvement on the original .hack series. Personally, Haseo grows up as a character, developing his inter-personal skills and his worldliness. As a series, the setting and concept presented in the games are darker and more mature than before. Matsuyama claimed that Rebirth was longer than the four games of the first series combined and that the three .hack//G.U. games would not be "three parts to the same game". Unlike the previous series where the animated tie-in .hack//Liminality was included as a bonus DVD, the development team opted to integrate the animated story into webisodes available in-game. Bandai also released a "Terminal Disc" with the special edition of Rebirth, which further expands the franchise's backstory and bridges the gap between the two game series.

Reception

The series has received a lukewarm reception, but positive sales figures. CyberConnect2 announced that sales of the .hack games exceeded 2.8 million. Patrick Gann of RPGFan recognized the development team's efforts to address the problems of the first .hack series, succeeding in some respects and failing in others. Like the first series, .hack//G.U. goes to great lengths to preserve the illusion of playing an online game, through in-game message boards and news reports, and Gann found that these elements gave more depth to the future world he was experiencing. He found fault in the formulaic progression between dungeon, checking email to find the next dungeon, but the battle mechanics were a marked improvement over the original series. Although the graphics were "spectacular", Gann criticized the limited and repetitive dungeon designs. In his review of Reminisce, Gann noted the relatively good quality of the voice acting, but called the translation script "hit or miss". Minor changes to the battle system, such as being able to change weapons at any time, made Reminisce's combat more exciting. He concluded in Redemption that, while not perfect, the three-part format of the series was relatively more worth it than its previous iteration. Meghan Sullivan of IGN described the series as an overall improvement over the first series but complained that the Avatar battles were boring and a missed opportunity for a "very cool feature". She also suggested that the storyline could be streamlined by allowing e-mail access within The World. Despite deriding the "filler" story of Rebirth, Sullivan found Reminisce to be much more enjoyable due to its more mature storyline. However, she found the new Crimson VS card game to be as "pointless" as the Avatar battles. The overall sentiment conveyed by multiple reviewers was that the new games would appeal to fans of the series, but would have been much better if released as a single game.

Manga

Lesley Smith wrote ".hack//GU+ is yet another outlet for the story to shine combining a compelling mythology with the manga format."

Related media

.hack//Roots was a TV anime series that serves as a prequel to the video games, depicting Haseo's first experiences playing The World. As part of a larger multimedia franchise, the games have inspired a variety of subsequent novels, manga, and film. A novel series of the same name retells the story of the games with slight modifications, such as depicting Epitaphs as weapons instead of physical Avatars. .hack//G.U.+ serves as a manga adaptation of the game's story. .hack//G.U. Trilogy is a computer animated film adaptation of the games that takes numerous liberties with the story. The games' sequel is .hack//Link, a manga series that takes place three years in the future with a new version of The World.


Music

.hack//G.U. Game Music O.S.T. and .hack//G.U. Game Music O.S.T. 2 are the soundtracks for the .hack//G.U. games. The former contains 62 compositions from Rebirth while the latter contains 58 compositions from Reminisce and Redemption. Both soundtracks come with a third disc with special features, such as game trailers, desktop wallpapers, and voice clips. Chikayo Fukuda composed the music for the series, as well as for the previous set of .hack games. Patrick Gann of RPGFan commended Fukuda's more mature sound, noting a greater emphasis on vocal tracks than before. He praised the use of piano as a key instrument and found this soundtrack to be more memorable overall. Gann also appreciated the wide variety of styles from "silly character themes" and "rock-hard battle themes" to "beautiful piano solos".

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