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For the computer game, see SiN: Wages of Sin. Arch Enemy. Much like 's Burning Bridges , Wages of Sin is a powerful barrage of complex riffing that alternates between the blindingly brutal and the stunningly melodic, all the while maintaining a level of intensity that is rarely heard on present-day metal recordings.
"the wages of sin is death" translation into French
The musicianship, as usual, is impeccable, with the Amott brothers proving once again that they are the masters of their craft, with the bulk of their guitar work owing as much death metal overtones as they appear to be derived from a more traditional hard rock approach, particularly in the song arrangements, which rarely deviate from the conventional. All Media Guide.
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A case in point is the controversial and highly publicized executive pay issue. It is easy to understand why investors are outraged by reports of senior executives of loss-making companies rewarding themselves with huge compensation packages. Investors are also not too enthused by senior executives in loss-making firms planning to forego compensation altogether. Even in the worst of times for the economy, senior executives in Chinese enterprises have never felt deprived. Despite some heavily publicized wage cuts, the annual income of top compensated executives of Chinese listed companies in averaged nearly 10 million yuan, or times that of an average urban worker, according to a survey by Internet portal NetEase.
Since Ma's announcement, more than top executives of publicly listed companies have followed suit. But such seemingly selfless gestures haven't made corporate heroes of them all. On the contrary, the actions have solicited a host of cynical comments in both print and electronic media by skeptical investors as well as unconvinced market operators.