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summerofmegadeth:

summerofmegadeth:

sydneyrenestuart:

nakedgirlswag:

kelly-kapowski:

fucksteveharvey:

ricoshated:

chihuahuadick:

OSAMA IS DEAD!!!

WTF ARE YOU DOING

OH MY FUCKING GOD

JESUS CHRIST

i wish i’d thought of this first :( 

yeaaahhh O LE’ DO IT

dud guts it

 DONG FLAG, DUDE.

summerofmegadeth:

summerofmegadeth:

sydneyrenestuart:

nakedgirlswag:

kelly-kapowski:

fucksteveharvey:

ricoshated:

chihuahuadick:

OSAMA IS DEAD!!!

WTF ARE YOU DOING

OH MY FUCKING GOD

JESUS CHRIST

i wish i’d thought of this first :( 

yeaaahhh O LE’ DO IT

dud guts it

 DONG FLAG, DUDE.

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peterfeld:

“Early 1970,” Ringo Starr feat. George Harrison. Possibly the saddest song ever written about the Beatles’ breakup, which happened 40 years ago. Ringo speculates accurately about the chances of playing again with each of his three ex-bandmates.

thelittletiger:

gueulard.blogspot.com

thereal1990s:

Audrey’s Dance :: Twin Peaks (1990)

<3 Twin Peaks <3

jennylewis:

glendora:

Ben Gibbard & Jenny Lewis- Nothing Better

nevver:

Ken Dahl’s Monsters
Liz Phair - And He Slayed Her
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thingsiatethatilove:

hveasey:

Liz Phair- And He Slayed Her

Liz Phair’s new album, released yesterday, is called Funstyle and that’s an apt title, since for the first time since the Girlysound demos, she sounds like she’s actually having a lot of fun playing music. There’s lots of goofy beats, random voices, Liz rapping, details of all her record label drama, and that’s just in the first three songs! She branches out into several different styles on this record, with not every experiment working, but it’s certainly better and more interesting than the bland Somebody’s Miracle (Everyone rags on the self-titled album, but at least there are some great pop songs on there. Somebody’s Miracle has such awful production that it managed to ruin one of the old Girlysound songs and suck out all the good from any of the new compositions.)

And He Slayed Her is a song that first debuted a couple years back at the Exile In Guyville anniversary shows. It’s nice to see that it didn’t get fucked up in the studio, and the production gives Liz some nice cover on the higher vocals that aren’t exactly her specialty. The lyrics are comedic at times (the chorus obviously) but there’s real weight and bitterness at other times, which is understandable since it’s about her former bosses at Capitol Records who Phair had a…contentious… relationship with.

People on the Internet just need to have way more respect for Liz Phair is all I’m saying. Imagine Liz reading your tweet, people. Would you say that to Liz?  Your respect for Liz should be inexhaustible.  Put yourself in her shoes, really, would you have done things differently?  Okay, could you have?