Next can refer to:
Next (Journey album)
Next is the third studio album by Journey, released in 1977. The band continued the formula from 1976's Look into the Future but this album also retains some of their jazzy progressive rock style from the first album. It is the last album to exclusively feature Gregg Rolie on lead vocals. "Spaceman" and "Nickel and Dime" were the two singles released from Next.
The instrumental "Cookie Duster" was listed in very early pressings of the album, though not actually included on the album. It was later released on Journey's Time³ compilation.
Next reached #85 on the Billboard 200 Albums charts.
Although he did not contribute to Next, lead vocalist Robert Fleischman joined Journey shortly after the album's release as a songwriter and the group's first dedicated frontman, sharing lead vocal duties with Rolie during subsequent live shows. All of the songs on the album vanished from the band's live setlist after 1979 and two ("Spaceman" and "Here We Are") have never been performed live.
Next (TV series)
Next is a dating game show produced by Kallissa Productions which ran on MTV from 2005–2008.
Next (2007 film)
Next is a 2007 American science-fiction action thriller film directed by Lee Tamahori and stars Nicolas Cage, Julianne Moore, and Jessica Biel. The film's original script was very loosely based on the science fiction short story " The Golden Man" by Philip K. Dick. The film was released on April 25, 2007 in Belgium and France and April 27, 2007 in the United States.
Next (Sevendust album)
Next is the fifth studio album by alternative metal band Sevendust, released on October 11, 2005, a little over two years after their previous album, Seasons.
NeXT was a demo crew active on the Atari ST from 1989 to 1992, mostly known for having created The Charts and The Phaleon Giga Demo.
Next is a 2006 techno-thriller novel by Michael Crichton, the last to be published during his lifetime. Next takes place in the present world, where both the government and private investors spend billions of dollars every year on genetic research. The novel follows many characters, including transgenic animals, in the quest to survive in a world dominated by genetic research, corporate greed, and legal interventions.
Next (American band)
Next is an American R&B musical trio, popular during the late 1990s and early 2000s. They are best known for their hit singles " Too Close", " Wifey", and " I Still Love You" which all still receive frequent airplay on Adult Contemporary radio stations both in the US and internationally.
Next's debut album, Rated Next was certified double platinum, and the group was nominated for an American Music Award for "Favorite Soul/R&B Band/Duo/Group." Their most recent album, with the working titleNext, Lies, & Videotape, was scheduled for a 2014 release, but was ultimately shelved.
Next (Desperate Housewives)
"Next" is the second season premiere episode of the American comedy-drama series Desperate Housewives, and the 24th episode overall. It was originally broadcast in the United States on September 25, 2005, on ABC. It was written by Jenna Bans and Kevin Murphy and was directed by Larry Shaw.
In the episode, Susan ( Teri Hatcher) recovers from having been held hostage while Gabrielle ( Eva Longoria) attempts to salvage her marriage to her incarcerated husband, Carlos ( Ricardo Antonio Chavira). Meanwhile, Bree ( Marcia Cross) deals with her mother-in-law following her husband's death and Lynette ( Felicity Huffman) goes back to work. The episode also introduces the mystery storyline revolving around Betty Applewhite ( Alfre Woodard) and her family.
According to Nielsen ratings, "Next" was watched by 28.4 million viewers, making it the most watched season premiere on ABC in nine years. The episode also ranks as the second-most watched in series history, behind the first season finale in May 2005. The episode received general positive reviews, with Cross earning universal praise for her performance. Critics enjoyed Woodard's acting as well as her character's storyline.
Next is a one-act play by Terrence McNally. The play opened Off-Broadway in 1969.
Next is a brand of cigarettes made by Altria. The brand was created by Philip Morris International after tax increases of tobacco in Malaysia pushed Marlboro out of the market. Next is also available in tobacco for rolling use.
Next International is sold in Canada as a discount cigarette brand which competes with other imported brands such as Viceroy, Legend, Studio and Pall Mall.
Next (Vanessa Williams album)
Next is the fifth studio album by American singer Vanessa Williams, While it did not match the commercial success of its predecessors, it features some of her strongest and most emotive vocal performances. It includes the singles " Happiness" (#36 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles and Tracks chart), "Who Were You Thinkin' 'Bout", "First Thing on Your Mind" and the major hit, " Oh How the Years Go By" (#6 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart).
Next (The Sensational Alex Harvey Band album)
Next is the second album by The Sensational Alex Harvey Band. The album was released in 1973. It was released separately on CD, though it is widely available on a 2 in 1 album, the other album being their debut album Framed.
"Swampsnake" was covered by American rock band Zilch on their 1998 debut album 3.2.1..
"The Faith Healer" was covered by Australian psychedelic rock band The Church on their 1999 covers album A Box of Birds.
Next (The Necks album)
Next is the second album by Australian improvised music trio, The Necks, originally released on the Spiral Scratch label in 1990 and later re-released on Fish of Milk. The album differs from most of the trio's releases in that it features six tracks: "Garl's", "Nice Policeman Nasty Policeman", "Pele", "Next", "Jazz Cancer" and "World at War" – rather than a lone track. The Sydney Morning Herald reviewer described it as "Sublime. Six pieces, all of them beautifully played and perfectly controlled".
Next (bicycle company)
Next is an American bicycle brand distributed by Dynacraft BSC, Kent International Inc and Bridgeway International bicycle companies. Next bikes are produced in China and are sold in the American retail stores Wal-Mart.
Next is Grant Achatz's second Chicago restaurant, which opened on April 6, 2011. The restaurant has received media interest due to Achatz's high profile success at his first restaurant Alinea, as well as its unique "ticketed" format where unlike a traditional reservation system, Next sells pre-priced tickets for specific dates and times in a similar fashion to the way theater, concert, and sporting event tickets are sold. __TOC__
Next (1990 film)
Next is a short film created by Aardman Animations. Its full title is "Next: The Infinite Variety Show."
Next (Hynes novel)
Next is a 2011 novel written by James Hynes. It won the 2011 Believer Book Award.
Next (7th Heaven album)
Next is an album by 7th Heaven, issued in 2015.
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Next (Soulive album)
Next is an album by Soulive that was released on March 12, 2002. It was produced by Jeff Krasno.
Next brought a new chapter into the history of Soulive, and it marked the first time that the band toured as a quartet (with saxophonist Sam Kininger). Next built upon the success of the previous year's release, Doin' Something, with heavy driving beats and harmonized melodies. Next mirrored the great organ/guitar/sax era of the 60's, and built upon that 60's feel with reminiscent songs like "Tuesday Night's Squad" and "Alkime". Next also depicted a substantial hip-hop influence with rappers like Black Thought, featured on "Clap!", and Talib Kweli, featured on "Bridge to 'Bama (Hi Tek Remix)". Dave Matthews was also a guest on the track "Joyful Girl".
Next (Indian retailer)
Next Retail India Ltd is a subsidiary of the Videocon Industries Ltd and engages in retailing consumer electronics in India. It was founded in 2003 and currently has 600 showrooms across 25 states of India. It plans to open 400 new showrooms to increase its size to 1,000 odd retail stores by the end of the fiscal year 2010–11. In 2007 it acquired Planet M, a music and entertainment retail chain for from Bennett, Coleman & Co.
NEXT is a multi-brand, multi-product retail chain which stocks an entire range of consumer durables, right from Air-conditioners, FPDs (Flat Panel Displays), CTVs, Washing Machines, Refrigerators, Microwaves, Home Theatre Systems to STBs (Set Top Boxes), Mobile Phones, Gaming Consoles, small home appliances and much more! NEXT retails world’s most popular brands such as LG, Samsung, Videocon, Sony, Electrolux, Kelvinator, Whirlpool, Onida, Philips, Kenstar, Sansui and its own brand.
Next is a newspaper in Nigeria that covers news, opinion, arts & culture, business and entertainment.
Next is published by Timbuktu Media group, which was founded by Pulitzer Prize–winning writer Dele Olojede in 2004. The group is based in Lagos, Nigeria and South Africa and is involved in publishing, printing and broadcasting. Other Timbuktu Media publications are NEXT on Sunday, Elan (a fashion glossy), X2 and the website 234NEXT.com. Olojede is a former staffer on New York's Newsday who won a Pulitzer prize for a report on the Rwandan genocide. He was a co-founder of the Nigerian Newswatch magazine in the mid-1980s.
In an unusual sequence, Next first appeared as a "tweet" on Twitter in December 2008. Two weeks later the website went live, and the print edition first appeared on 4 January 2009. A welcome message from Olojede in the first edition said "NEXT is launched now to provide news and informed opinion fairly and accurately to the Nigerian public in any land, based on the best judgment of the editors, and in a way that serves the public purpose and is compatible with the demands of an open and democratic society". It went on to say the newspaper would be delivered through a variety of media including print, internet, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and so on.
In 2011, Dele Olojede was awarded the John P. McNulty Prize for founding NEXT. The McNulty Prize is available to Fellows of the Aspen Institute who have created a project to solve pressing social problems using innovative entrepreneurial techniques.
Next ceased publication in September, 2011.
NEXT (ion thruster)
The NASA Evolutionary Xenon Thruster (NEXT) project at Glenn Research Center aims to build an ion thruster about three times as powerful as the NSTAR used on Dawn and Deep Space 1 spacecraft.
NEXT affords larger delivered payloads, smaller launch vehicle size, and other mission enhancements compared to chemical and other electric propulsion technologies for Discovery, New Frontiers, Mars Exploration, and Flagship outer-planet exploration missions. Glenn Research Center manufactured the test engine's core ionization chamber, and Aerojet Rocketdyne designed and built the ion acceleration assembly. The first two flight units will be available in early 2019.
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Next \Next\, adv. In the time, place, or order nearest or immediately succeeding; as, this man follows next.
Next \Next\ (n[e^]kst), a., superl. of Nigh. [AS. n[=e]hst, ni['e]hst, n[=y]hst, superl. of ne['a]h nigh. See Nigh.]
Nearest in place; having no similar object intervening.
Her princely guest Was next her side; in order sat the rest.
Fear followed me so hard, that I fled the next way.
Nearest in time; as, the next day or hour.
Adjoining in a series; immediately preceding or following in order.
None could tell whose turn should be the next.
Nearest in degree, quality, rank, right, or relation; as, the next heir was an infant.
The man is near of kin unto us, one of our next kinsmen.
--Ruth ii. 20.
Note: Next is usually followed by to before an object, but to is sometimes omitted. In such cases next in considered by many grammarians as a preposition.
Next friend (Law), one who represents an infant, a married woman, or any person who can not appear sui juris, in a suit at law.
Nigh \Nigh\ (n[imac]), a. [Compar. Nigher (n[imac]"[~e]r); superl. Nighest, or Next (n[e^]kst).] [OE. nigh, neigh, neih, AS. ne['a]h, n[=e]h; akin to D. na, adv., OS. n[=a]h, a., OHG. n[=a]h, G. nah, a., nach to, after, Icel. n[=a] (in comp.) nigh, Goth. n[=e]hw, n[=e]hwa, adv., nigh. Cf. Near, Neighbor, Next.]
Not distant or remote in place or time; near.
The loud tumult shows the battle nigh.
Not remote in degree, kindred, circumstances, etc.; closely allied; intimate. ``Nigh kinsmen.''
Ye . . . are made nigh by the blood of Christ.
--Eph. ii. 1
Syn: Near; close; adjacent; contiguous; present; neighboring.
adv. at the time or occasion immediately following; "next the doctor examined his back"
adj. nearest in space or position; immediately adjoining without intervening space; "had adjacent rooms"; "in the next room"; "the person sitting next to me"; "our rooms were side by side" [syn: adjacent, side by side(p)]
(of elected officers) elected but not yet serving; "our next president" [syn: future(a), succeeding(a)]
immediately following in time or order; "the following day"; "next in line"; "the next president"; "the next item on the list" [syn: following]
a. 1 Following in a sequence. 2 Being closer to the present location than all other items. adv. 1 In a time, place or sequence closest or following. 2 On the first subsequent occasion, det. 1 The one immediately following the current or most recent one 2 Closest to seven days (one week) in the future. n. The one that follows after this one. prep. On the side of; next to.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English niehsta, nyhsta (West Saxon), nesta (Anglian) "nearest, closest," superlative of neah (West Saxon), neh (Anglian) "nigh;" from Proto-Germanic *nekh- "near" + superlative suffix *-istaz. Cognate with Old Norse næstr, Dutch naast "next," Old High German nahisto "neighbor," German nächst "next." Adverbial and prepositional use from c.1200. Phrase the next person "a typical person" is from 1857.
Usage examples of "next".
I am to kill him over again, there is nothing for it but our abiding with him for the next few hours at least.
Lily attempted to regain her ability to breathe, listening to the next song, a slow, moody number.
Greeks I desire no communion, either in this world or in the next, and I abjure forever the Byzantine tyrant, his synod of Chalcedon, and his Melchite slaves.
The terrace next to the side porch was already abloom with freshly planted flowers.
The next morning he had her up at daybreak to see a school of jellyfish, the shiny, throbbing bodies abob in blue water as far as the lens of a telescope would encompass.
I thanked him for doing Margarita the honour of accepting a cup of coffee from her hands, and begged him to take one with me, saying I would breakfast with him next morning.
Sir John Fenwick, Smith, and Cook, to say nothing of the corroborative evidence of Goodman, establish beyond doubt that you were accessorily, though perhaps not actively, guilty of high treason--at this period, I say, there can be little doubt that if you were brought to trial--that is, in the course of next week, as I have heard it rumoured--the result would be fatal, such, in short, as we should all deplore.
It was not quite light the next morning, when Ace awakened to the cool dampness of a fine, misty rain on his face.
Next add a strong solution of sodium acetate, until the solution ceases to darken on further addition, then dilute with water to half a litre.
Next, wipe the fingertip with alcohol, benzine or acetone, waiting a few seconds for it to dry.
Next day the Baron technically did give Granny Aching gold, but it was only the gold-coloured foil on an ounce of Jolly Sailor, the cheap and horrible pipe tobacco that was the only one Granny Aching would ever smoke.
Next to the merit of infallibility which you appear to possess, I rank that of candidly acknowledging a fault.
I walked over to her bed and collapsed on it, and the next thing I knew she was shaking my shoulder and telling me that it was six in the morning and it was time to take the truck back to the Acme Fertilizer Company and make another pick-up.
I was ready to call it quits and give up on the reward and just spend the next few years enjoying a little pre-connubial bliss, she told me that I was all through going to Acme Fertilizer Company and would now be making my pick-ups at the Prime Fish Hatcheries.
No sooner had the squire swallowed a large draught than he renewed the discourse on Jones, and declared a resolution of going the next morning early to acquaint Mr.