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The White Stripes - “Jolene”

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remember when Britney Spears dropped the Da Vinci code on all of us almost 8 years ago… the time she sneaked “F-U-C-K ME” into the radio

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手上棋牌Amy Winehouse effortlessly hitting an Eb6 in “Take the Box”

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400 Lux Lorde

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Lorde - 400 Lux

手上棋牌This is literally the best song ever written. It invented the orange industry in Florida, the automobile industry in Detroit, as well as the concepts of time, space, and reality. This song makes me want to drive my car through a quiet suburban neighborhood at 100mph just before dawn.

posted 11 Apr 20 with 1,278 notes
Golden Years David Bowie
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He Wasn't Man Enough Toni Braxton

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When You Were Young The Killers

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You sit there in your heartache
Waiting on some beautiful boy to 
To save you from your old ways

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Beverly Hills Weezer

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Beverly Hills // Weezer

posted 30 Nov 19 with 1,900 notes
It's Oh So Quiet Björk

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Björk - It’s Oh So Quiet

posted 15 Nov 19 with 8,974 notes
Friday I'm In Love Phoebe Bridgers

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it’s friday

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On this day in music history: October 20, 1992 - “Erotica”, the fifth album by Madonna is released. Produced by Madonna, Shep Pettibone and Andre Betts, it is recorded at Mastermix Studios and Soundworks Recording Studios in New York City from November 1991 - August 1992. Madonna’s first full studio release (not counting “I’m Breathless”) since 1989’s “Like A Prayer”, “Erotica” is a concept piece about sex and sexuality, with the singer adapting the alter ego of “Mistress Dita”. Musically it is heavily influenced by the house music, and new jack swing movements ruling both the club scene, and mainstream pop at the time. Madonna works closely with producer and remixer Shep Pettibone and producer Andre Betts on the project, spending nearly ten months in the studio. Released in tandem with the sexually graphic picture book “SEX”, the album also attracts a great deal of controversy for its explicit sexual content, leading to public backlash and resistance from radio programmers and video outlets. It spins off five singles including “Deeper And Deeper” (#7 Pop), “Rain” (#14 Pop), and the title cut (#3 Pop), whose video is significantly re-edited in order to be broadcast. Originally released on a limited basis as a double promo vinyl LP in the US (commercially in some international territories), “Erotica” receives its first commercial vinyl release stateside (pressed on 180 gram vinyl) in 2016. “Erotica” peaks at number two on the Billboard Top 200, and is certified 2x Platinum in the US by the RIAA.

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posted 19 Aug 19 with 3,542 notes
Chick Habit April March

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April March - Chick Habit