5 days ago

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~rant~

screwperfect-posts:

Okay so I think a lot of people are confused. I’ve seen tons of post of 1D (one direction) and 5sos (5 seconds of summer) under grunge, punk and rock tags ~ these bands are pop. They may dress as punk, grunge and rock, wear band t-shirts like Nirvana… but they are not a punk rock bands. Just…

5 days ago

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shanetheduck:

I usually think I don’t like much or any classic rock bands but I actually do like Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Nirvana, and Limp Bizkit quite a bit. 

uggghhhhh—-someone calling Nirvana and Limp Bizkit classic rock….my college days

1 month ago

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earth-oddity:

I love youtube

So true. I’ve heard someone else say the orgasm thing and i say the God thing.

1 month ago

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troubadour-child

A quote from Lynne Rae Perkins 
(via orlex)

(Source: splitterherzen)

"I know I’m still young and there’s a lot of time for things to happen, but sometimes I think there is something about me that’s wrong, that I’m not the kind of person anyone can fall in love with, and that I’ll always just be alone."

1 month ago

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A quote from Russell Brand (via camijoan)

"Poor Robin Williams, briefly enduring that lonely moment of morbid certainty where it didn’t matter how funny he was or who loved him or how many lachrymose obituaries would be written. I feel bad now that I was unduly and unbefittingly snooty about that handful of his films that were adjudged unsophisticated and sentimental. He obviously dealt with a pain that was impossible to render and ultimately insurmountable, the sentimentality perhaps an accompaniment to his childlike brilliance…

…Robin Williams could have tapped anyone in the western world on the shoulder and told them he felt down and they would have told him not to worry, that he was great, that they loved him. He must have known that. He must have known his wife and kids loved him, that his mates all thought he was great, that millions of strangers the world over held him in their hearts, a hilarious stranger that we could rely on to anarchically interrupt, the all-encompassing sadness of the world. Today Robin Williams is part of the sad narrative that we used to turn to him to disrupt."

1 month ago

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moodswingwhiskey

sweetdreamsjeff:

"You can see a bit of Jim Morrison in there and of Byron, Shelley Keats as well. He’s a rocker with soul but also quite juicy.” Caroline Sullivan music critic for Britain’s Guardian

Oh you’re so right Ms. Sullivan

May 08, 1995 Vol. 43 No. 18

Jeff Buckley

Pg. 94

1 month ago

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High Quality
martymcflyinthefuture:

Today is the day Marty McFly goes to the future!

martymcflyinthefuture:

Today is the day Marty McFly goes to the future!

1 month ago

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weloveyoujeff

A quote from Jeff Buckley, via A Pure Drop: The Life of Jeff Buckley Pg. 199 (via jennyluwho)

"I’m used to being a fool," Buckley admitted to Triple J. "I’m a horrible clown, doing the funny shit that falls flat. I’m the poster boy for saying the wrong thing at the wrong time. Look up faux pas in the dictionary. … All fools are brave, I suppose. It’s just comfortable for me."

1 month ago

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Jeff Buckley: Merri Cyr Answering Machine - Played 169 times.

thesuckiestwater:

suicidemeteor:

1993

I will never get over this

1 month ago

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donotgogentle:

nevver:

Go West

IMA LET YOU FINISH BUT BEYONCE HAS SOME OF THE BEST STREET ART OF ALL TIME.

donotgogentle:

nevver:

Go West

IMA LET YOU FINISH BUT BEYONCE HAS SOME OF THE BEST STREET ART OF ALL TIME.