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Track Title: Up Jumped the Devil

Artist: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Album: Tender Prey

docshoe:

"Up Jumped The Devil" by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Word has it Nick Cave was fighting his heroin addiction when he wrote the songs for Tender Prey.  Which explains a lot.  There’s always been something oddly reactionary about his lyrics, obsessed with sin and damnation, and that aspect of his songwriting seems to peak with this record.  Because it’s hard to be enlightened when you’re already in Hell.


historicaltimes:

A German Soldier lights up a cigarette for a British Soldier. Christmas Truce, Western Front 1914.

historicaltimes:

A German Soldier lights up a cigarette for a British Soldier. Christmas Truce, Western Front 1914.



grungebook:

We Need To Talk About Lukin: Actor Ezra Miller models a Mudhoney T-shirt



Track Title: You Really Got Me

Artist: The Kinks

Album: The Kinks

teenagerliebebfr:

On this day in 1964, The Kinks’ third single ‘You Really Got Me’, was at No.1 on the UK singles chart. Future Led Zeppelin founder and guitarist Jimmy Page played tambourine on the track.


post-punker:

Bernard Sumner of Joy Division, Trinity Hall, Bristol, 1980, by Andrew Davis

post-punker:

Bernard Sumner of Joy Division, Trinity Hall, Bristol, 1980, by Andrew Davis



Track Title: Life On Mars?

Artist: David Bowie

Album: Hunky Dory

moon-meat:

"Life On Mars?" by David Bowie


Anonymous asked: "Are you into BDSM?"

neilnevins:

I’ve always been a fan of Bob Dylan’s Sensual Music