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Going Blank Again

Jul 31 '14

Elliott Smith in Concert

00:48 - Needle In The Hay 

05:00 - Bled White

08:13 - Stupidity Tries

11:40 - Coming Up Roses

14:44 - Waltz #2

19:08 - Everything Means Nothing To Me

21:58 - Clementine

24:38 - Son Of Sam

28:00 - L.A.

31:40 - Amity

34:11 - Ballad Of Big Nothing

36:46 - Cupid’s Trick

40:17 - St. Ides Heaven

43:02 - Junk Bond Trader

46:44 - Division Day

49:52 - Christian Brothers

55:20 - Angeles

58:24 - Fond Farewell

01:02:00 - Alameda…

01:05:52 - Say Yes…

Jul 30 '14

my Winehouse BBC Sessions 2007 - Live at Porchester Hall

00:25 - Know You Know
03:16 - Tears Dry on Their Own
07:05 - You Know I’m No Good
11:22 - Just Friends
15:09 - He Can Only Hold Her (That Thing)
18:21 - I Heard Love Is Blind
21:42 - Rehab
26:37 - Take the Box
30:30 - Some Unholy War
34:40 - Back to Black
38:34 - Valerie
42:10 - Addicted
45:10 - Me & Mr. Jones
48:14 - Monkey Man

Jul 30 '14
"This Doctor loves watching stars being born in Andromeda; he’s also thrilled to see litter blowing across the supermarket car park at dawn."
Jul 29 '14

Haaaaaair @_@


Haaaaaair @_@

Jul 29 '14
Jul 28 '14
Jul 28 '14

La Lune, Jacques Prévert (1900-1977)


La Lune, Jacques Prévert (1900-1977)

Jul 28 '14
That smile says it all!

That smile says it all!

Jul 28 '14

I’m going out sleepwalking
Where mute memories start talking
The boss that couldn’t help but hurt you
And the pretty thing he made desert you
I’m going out now like a baby
A naïve unsatisfiable baby
Grabbing onto whatever’s around
For the soaring high or the crushing down
With hidden cracks that don’t show
But that constantly just grow

I’m looking for the man that attacked me
While everybody was laughing at me
You beat it in me that part of you
But I’m going to split us back in two
Tired of living in a cloud
If you’re going to say shit now you’ll do it out loud

It’s 2:45 in the morning
And I’m putting myself on warning
For waking up in an unknown place
With a recollection you’ve half erased
Looking for somebody’s arms to
Wave away past harms
I’m walking out on center circle
The both of you can just fade to black
I’m walking out on center circle
Been pushed away and I’ll never go back

Jul 24 '14
Jul 24 '14

This is Radio Clash
Stealing all transmissions
Beaming from the mountaintop
Using aural ammunition

With extreme prejudice
On a terminator mission
This is Radio Clash
Consider your position

Jul 23 '14

"Oh, indeed, it is true then! You could actually talk about me with her; and—and how could you have been fond of me when you had only seen me once?”

"I don’t know. Perhaps it was that I seemed to come upon light in the midst of my gloom. I told you the truth when I said I did not know why I thought of you before all others. Of course it was all a sort of dream, a dream amidst the horrors of reality. Afterwards I began to work. I did not intend to come back here for two or three years—"

Jul 21 '14

The Rival - Silvia Plath

If the moon smiled, she would resemble you.
You leave the same impression
Of something beautiful, but annihilating.
Both of you are great light borrowers.
Her O-mouth grieves at the world; yours is unaffected,

And your first gift is making stone out of everything.
I wake to a mausoleum; you are here,
Ticking your fingers on the marble table, looking for cigarettes,
Spiteful as a woman, but not so nervous,
And dying to say something unanswerable.

The moon, too, abuses her subjects,
But in the daytime she is ridiculous.
Your dissatisfactions, on the other hand,
Arrive through the mailslot with loving regularity,
White and blank, expansive as carbon monoxide.

No day is safe from news of you,
Walking about in Africa maybe, but thinking of me
Jul 21 '14
Jul 21 '14

Zdzisław Beksiński


Zdzisław Beksiński