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#41 OFFLINE   vodkaa

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Posted 12 June 2019 - 02:14 AM

Hollywood by Lana

I remember long cliche'd bike rides, going down one of the hills by my house while the sun would literally just set. Mind the stop signs and lights tho folks. Killed the dream almost ended me too lol 

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Posted 12 June 2019 - 02:21 AM

zero - the smashing pumpkins

 

this is gonna sound weird as hell but i remember going to the grocery store once late at night when i was super tired and just staring at the discount produce rack while chanting "EMPTINESS IS LONELINESS AND LONELINESS IS CLEANLINESS AND CLEANLINESS IS GODLINESS AND GOD IS EMPTY JUST LIKE ME" over and over and over again in my head. so now i associate this song with that memory lmfao

 

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Posted 12 June 2019 - 03:32 AM

Valentines Day by Linkin Park

Still one of their best and one of their most underrated. I remember listening to it on repeat when I went on a road trip with my family in 2010 so it makes me think of the Australian Outback and arid zones. The song also paints a picture of a desolate empty landscape so it kinda fit :P and the jam at the end is so fucking good ugh..

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Posted 12 June 2019 - 04:19 AM

Can't Be Tamed - Miley Cyrus

I heard it in June 2010 and I always thought about James Bond. 2 months later I realized thru a magazine that she released the same with the same name on the day I discovered the song (I was a fan in 2008 already).

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Posted 13 June 2019 - 02:54 AM

Dark Hearts and Heart Beats - Shirley Manson

I only discovered it a few months ago as I don't think it was ever released? I absolutely love it. I love deep dark Shirley/garbage. It makes me think of black Pegasuses flying through grey clouds, idk why

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Posted 13 June 2019 - 03:06 AM

Road Head by Japanese Breakfast. It really reminds me of last year, this exact time, when I was with my ex boyfriend. I remember discovering it on my own and just getting chills every time I heard it. I always seem to think of this one day we spent together by the beach, and it was one of the few times he visited me where I live. That asshole always made me travel 2 hours to go see him.

 

It reminds me more of our breakup though. Lol

 

 

 

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Posted 13 June 2019 - 03:13 AM

Ultraviolence

 

When i started getting into Lana's discography late 2014, a really good time for me

 

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Posted 13 June 2019 - 06:54 AM

helena - my chemical romance

 

all right, so i unabashedly unashamedly love mcr. i feel like i should consider them a guilty pleasure, but their music is legitimately so good that i feel zero guilt about it. this is the song that first got me into them, but more specifically, it was an isolated vocal version (https://www.youtube....h?v=WukqalJVFIY). for some reason this came up in my youtube sidebar and i clicked on it, and i was so addicted that i would listen to it on repeat every day for a while

 

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Posted 13 June 2019 - 07:38 AM

Oooh this is tough ... so many songs ... but I'm going to go with Better Man by Pearl Jam. ofc it'd be 90s

 

Random af and not very interesting but my family used to lived beside a pineapple plantation in north Queensland, it was really fucking hot and one time we had this crazy-arse storm and my mum wasn't home, so my sister and I opened up all the doors and windows and blasted Vitalogy and sat smoking, looking out at the hail and the pineapples. So we're all chill 'n' shit and there was this massive CRACK and everything went bright white then red ... and the neighbours later told us they saw lightning hit the TV aerial on our roof ... and everything electrical was fucked ... power plugs melted and shit ...  and this happened right at the end of Better Man ... so this song just always reminds me of that afternoon ...

 

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Posted 14 June 2019 - 01:10 AM

ohhh damn i have so many songs for this one but i'm gonna go with:

 

pork soda - glass animals

 

this is just so much fun to sing along to. it reminds me of driving around in my friend's car last summer, blasting this song at full volume and just screaming "PINEAPPLES ARE IN MY HEAD" while tearing down the highway, and chanting along to the second verse ("somebody said i'm a fucking slum/don't know where i belong/maybe you're fucking dumb/maybe i'm just a bum/maybe you're fucking scum/don't you go psycho chum" and so forth) as we got sunburnt and mosquito-bitten in the early august heat

 

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Posted 15 June 2019 - 11:10 PM

Letter to Dana - Sonata Arctica

It reminds me of some Celtic fairytale but modernised, with an ending where the man doesn't get his lady back. I love the song, all 3 versions of it :P been listening since I was 15, and it's very easy listening compared to their other songs (power metal).


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Posted 15 June 2019 - 11:17 PM

Letter to Dana - Sonata Arctica

It reminds me of some Celtic fairytale but modernised, with an ending where the man doesn't get his lady back. I love the song, all 3 versions of it :P been listening since I was 15, and it's very easy listening compared to their other songs (power metal).


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Bankrobber by the Clash, reminds me of an old guy who lived in my area who I seen often and spoke with a lot as they played it at his funeral.

 

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Posted Today, 03:39 AM

Bankrobber by the Clash, reminds me of an old guy who lived in my area who I seen often and spoke with a lot as they played it at his funeral.

 

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Waking Bliss - Flight Facilities

 

Just came up in my Spotify one day ... I often listen to music like this because it calms me down when I feel really anxious or stressed. The "lyrics" are a sample of Gerald Heard talking about stuff ... so it's easy to just close your eyes, listen, and get a bit lost in it all.

 

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Posted Today, 05:28 AM

Waking Bliss - Flight Facilities

 

Just came up in my Spotify one day ... I often listen to music like this because it calms me down when I feel really anxious or stressed. The "lyrics" are a sample of Gerald Heard talking about stuff ... so it's easy to just close your eyes, listen, and get a bit lost in it all.

 

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opera singer - cake

 

pretty much anything by cake takes me back to when i was about 15 or so and a teacher i had who was more like a friend of mine than an authority figure...this specific song reminds me of a night when i was in the car with her on a crazy busy freeway, where for some reason everyone was driving like an absolute maniac, plus it was raining. i was trying to navigate via google maps and tell her which exits to take while she (who was normally very chill and unruffled) was yelling various profanities at the windshield as she tried to switch lanes without getting hit; all the while, this song is playing on the stereo. it was stressful at the moment but kind of hilarious looking back

 

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