1. Bad Astronaut - Unlucky Stuntman

    plays: 2

    I never liked it to begin with
    I never wanted to be in it
    I never wanted to be in it


  2. Frank Zappa - Watermelon in Easter Hay

    plays: 835


    Frank Zappa | Watermelon in Easter Hay

    This is the CENTRAL SCRUTINIZER. Joe has just worked himself into an imaginary frenzy during the fade-out of his imaginary song. He begins to feel depressed now. He knows the end is near. He has realized at last that imaginary guitar notes and imaginary vocals exist only in the mind of the imaginer. And ultimately, who gives a fuck anyway?! Excuse me. Who gives a fuck anyway? So he goes back to his ugly little room and quietly dreams his last imaginary guitar solo.

  3. Jon Snodgrass - 'Via Munich' (Addistock Sessions)

    (Source: thestatlerpat)



  5. ibrvvhim:

    My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy - Kanye West


  6. bradley420420:

    Jon Snodgrass feat. Joey Cape - Jessica’s suicide - live

    (Source: youtube.com)



  8. Cory Branan - Tall Green Grass

    plays: 120


    Cory Branan // Tall Green Grass


  9. Weezer - Across The Sea

    plays: 11,831


    I wonder what clothes you wear to school
    I wonder how you decorate your room
    I wonder how you touch yourself
    And curse myself for being across the sea


  10. (Source: concretefemme)


  11. Queens Of The Stone Age - Keep Your Eyes Peeled

    plays: 719


    And I know you’ll never believe
    I play this as though I’m alright
    If life is but a dream, then wake me up

    In what’s already QotSA’s darkest record, Keep Your Eyes Peeled is probably the most grim and bleak song they’ve ever made. Control and self-awareness are pretty important themes in Homme’s lyrics, so it’s interesting when he makes a song about losing them.


  12. Weezer - Falling For You

    plays: 2,149


    I admired the glowing the stars

    And tried to play a tune

    I can’t believe how bad I suck, it’s true

    What could you possibly see in little ol’ 3 chord me?

    But I do like you and you like me too


  13. I don’t know why I thought this tiny CVS would have Fruity Pebbles at 9 PM on a Thursday. I fucked up.


  14. Queens of the Stone Age - You Can't Quit Me Baby

    plays: 2,157


    You Can’t Quit Me Baby - Queens Of The Stone Age

    You Can’t Quit Me Baby is such an interesting song, because it kind of exemplifies how insane and creepy the self-titled is. The whole album is full of imagery about stalking, obsession, dangerous drug use, violence, and depression.

    It’s backed up with the instrumentation too, which is super hypnotic and robotic, especially from Fredo’s drumming. It’s cool to see a really unstable, unconfident side to Queens.


  15. nexskywalker:


    (via lemonyelloowblack)