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  1. Barry liked a post in a topic by sweetlikecinnam0n in Your Lana Collection   
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    CDs:
    Lana Del Ray a.k.a Lizzy Grant (Fanmade) Born To Die Born To Die: The Paradise Edition Ultraviolence Ultraviolence (Deluxe) Honeymoon Lust For Life Lust For Life (Signed) Norman Fucking Rockwell (Censored Cover) Vinyl:
    Born To Die (Deluxe Double Black LP) Honeymoon (Double Black LP) Honeymoon (Urban Outfitters) Lust For Life (Double Clear Coke Bottle LP) Norman Fucking Rockwell (Lime Green LP) Norman Fucking Rockwell (Blue LP) Norman Fucking Rockwell (Urban Outfitters) Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass (Picture Disc) Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass (Cream LP) Boxsets:
    Paradise Boxset Ultraviolence Deluxe Boxset Books:
    Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass Magazines:
    NME 2015 Dazed 2017 Elle 2017 V Mag 2017 Les Inrocks 2017 NME 2017 Grazia 2017 (2x)
  2. vodkaa liked a post in a topic by Barry in What Are You Listening To?   
  3. Barry liked a post in a topic by Downtown Baby Doll in Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass Merch Drop   
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  4. TRENCH liked a post in a topic by Barry in Grammys 2021   
    They shouldn't really mix recognising popular music and "quality" music together, they should come down on one side or the other but because they don't there will always be outrage how someone who made really popular music or someone who made really good music got snubbed when they year before or year after they did the opposite. So it's just luck.
    Rap Album nominations always sum it up, they used to only really nominate more classic sounding rap albums and ignore more pop/mumble/trap ones. The first time they really nominated a non "good" rapper was Iggy Azalea in 2015, since then they also nominated Migos in 2018, Cardi B (who actually won in 2019), Travis Scott also in 2019 and 21 Savage in 2020 so they do recognise pop/trap/mumble/"cheap" hip-hop yet this year they ignored it all even though in 2020 the two best selling albums are both rap albums by Lil Baby and Pop Smoke and went back to nominating all only old school classic type rapper music even though none of their albums were even slightly popular.
  5. new gods liked a post in a topic by Barry in Grammys 2021   
    They shouldn't really mix recognising popular music and "quality" music together, they should come down on one side or the other but because they don't there will always be outrage how someone who made really popular music or someone who made really good music got snubbed when they year before or year after they did the opposite. So it's just luck.
    Rap Album nominations always sum it up, they used to only really nominate more classic sounding rap albums and ignore more pop/mumble/trap ones. The first time they really nominated a non "good" rapper was Iggy Azalea in 2015, since then they also nominated Migos in 2018, Cardi B (who actually won in 2019), Travis Scott also in 2019 and 21 Savage in 2020 so they do recognise pop/trap/mumble/"cheap" hip-hop yet this year they ignored it all even though in 2020 the two best selling albums are both rap albums by Lil Baby and Pop Smoke and went back to nominating all only old school classic type rapper music even though none of their albums were even slightly popular.
  6. lamms liked a post in a topic by Barry in Grammys 2021   
    They should split things up into more categories as certain types of music shouldn't really compete with each other. They seem to categorise Jazz, Latin and Gospel music well as there is 11 different Album awards for those 3 styles with them breaking them down into different categories yet they group Pop, Hip-Hop, Rock, R&B and Country into only 7 different Album awards, 2 for Pop, 2 for R&B and 1 each for Rock, Hip-Hop and Country. The "Alternative" award is also a weird mix and shouldn't be a thing.
    There could be like Contemporary, Traditional and Alternative Pop, Country, and Hip-Hop. As those types all have a more old school style, a more modern style then people who kind of do it but do it differently.
    The Rock award definitely could be split up into about 6 or more different categories as they have everything together in that Muse, My Chemical Romance, Led Zeppelin, Slipknot, Limp Bizkit, Neil Young, Black Sabbath, David Bowie and Bruce Springsteen competing together. 
    R&B they also have too big a mix for there only to be R&B and Progressive R&B as they are putting Funk, Soul, old  R&B, new R&B and then like The Weeknd which is more of an alternative R&B into just 2 things.
  7. LemonadeHeavens liked a post in a topic by Barry in What Are You Listening To?   
  8. Barry liked a post in a topic by electra in Grammys 2021   
    literally exactly this. even electronic music, like in this day and age you couldn’t have giorgio moroder, skrillex, arca and charli xcx in the same category. even fiona apple shouldn’t be in the rock category. her work on fetch the bolt cutters doesn’t even have a classified genre for a start.
  9. Hallo Heaven liked a post in a topic by Barry in Grammys 2021   
    They should split things up into more categories as certain types of music shouldn't really compete with each other. They seem to categorise Jazz, Latin and Gospel music well as there is 11 different Album awards for those 3 styles with them breaking them down into different categories yet they group Pop, Hip-Hop, Rock, R&B and Country into only 7 different Album awards, 2 for Pop, 2 for R&B and 1 each for Rock, Hip-Hop and Country. The "Alternative" award is also a weird mix and shouldn't be a thing.
    There could be like Contemporary, Traditional and Alternative Pop, Country, and Hip-Hop. As those types all have a more old school style, a more modern style then people who kind of do it but do it differently.
    The Rock award definitely could be split up into about 6 or more different categories as they have everything together in that Muse, My Chemical Romance, Led Zeppelin, Slipknot, Limp Bizkit, Neil Young, Black Sabbath, David Bowie and Bruce Springsteen competing together. 
    R&B they also have too big a mix for there only to be R&B and Progressive R&B as they are putting Funk, Soul, old  R&B, new R&B and then like The Weeknd which is more of an alternative R&B into just 2 things.
  10. electra liked a post in a topic by Barry in Grammys 2021   
    They should split things up into more categories as certain types of music shouldn't really compete with each other. They seem to categorise Jazz, Latin and Gospel music well as there is 11 different Album awards for those 3 styles with them breaking them down into different categories yet they group Pop, Hip-Hop, Rock, R&B and Country into only 7 different Album awards, 2 for Pop, 2 for R&B and 1 each for Rock, Hip-Hop and Country. The "Alternative" award is also a weird mix and shouldn't be a thing.
    There could be like Contemporary, Traditional and Alternative Pop, Country, and Hip-Hop. As those types all have a more old school style, a more modern style then people who kind of do it but do it differently.
    The Rock award definitely could be split up into about 6 or more different categories as they have everything together in that Muse, My Chemical Romance, Led Zeppelin, Slipknot, Limp Bizkit, Neil Young, Black Sabbath, David Bowie and Bruce Springsteen competing together. 
    R&B they also have too big a mix for there only to be R&B and Progressive R&B as they are putting Funk, Soul, old  R&B, new R&B and then like The Weeknd which is more of an alternative R&B into just 2 things.
  11. Barry liked a post in a topic by partymonster in Grammys 2021   
  12. Barry liked a post in a topic by electra in Grammys 2021   
    agree 100%. maybe the grammys needs to diversify more. i definitely think the recording academy should take a step back and reconsider categorisation. we actually commented when watching the announcement that a lot of the categories are unfair (why is there a christian category? and no other religions? as noted a few months ago, the dalai lama released an album earlier this year to positive response). the grammys really need to reconsidered the structure of their award shows. maybe the grammys shouldn't let artists submit and should just let people well-versed in their field make the judgement of all releases they consider under their category. i'm sure if i were selecting for a category and an album i loved wasn't submitted i would be very upset to not be able to vote for it.
  13. electra liked a post in a topic by Barry in Grammys 2021   
    They shouldn't really mix recognising popular music and "quality" music together, they should come down on one side or the other but because they don't there will always be outrage how someone who made really popular music or someone who made really good music got snubbed when they year before or year after they did the opposite. So it's just luck.
    Rap Album nominations always sum it up, they used to only really nominate more classic sounding rap albums and ignore more pop/mumble/trap ones. The first time they really nominated a non "good" rapper was Iggy Azalea in 2015, since then they also nominated Migos in 2018, Cardi B (who actually won in 2019), Travis Scott also in 2019 and 21 Savage in 2020 so they do recognise pop/trap/mumble/"cheap" hip-hop yet this year they ignored it all even though in 2020 the two best selling albums are both rap albums by Lil Baby and Pop Smoke and went back to nominating all only old school classic type rapper music even though none of their albums were even slightly popular.
  14. TheBoss liked a post in a topic by Barry in Grammys 2021   
    They shouldn't really mix recognising popular music and "quality" music together, they should come down on one side or the other but because they don't there will always be outrage how someone who made really popular music or someone who made really good music got snubbed when they year before or year after they did the opposite. So it's just luck.
    Rap Album nominations always sum it up, they used to only really nominate more classic sounding rap albums and ignore more pop/mumble/trap ones. The first time they really nominated a non "good" rapper was Iggy Azalea in 2015, since then they also nominated Migos in 2018, Cardi B (who actually won in 2019), Travis Scott also in 2019 and 21 Savage in 2020 so they do recognise pop/trap/mumble/"cheap" hip-hop yet this year they ignored it all even though in 2020 the two best selling albums are both rap albums by Lil Baby and Pop Smoke and went back to nominating all only old school classic type rapper music even though none of their albums were even slightly popular.
  15. Barry liked a post in a topic by electra in Your Lana Collection   
    Electra's Lana Del Rey Collection Masterpost
    November 20th, 2020
    Soon to become the biggest heap of shit any LDR fans own.
    Officially at 302 pieces of individual official merch.
     
    honestly i just post here and expand my list so i actually know what i have for my own information at this rate. just gonna include the violet merch drop even though its not out yet so i don't forget about it later, cause i always tend to forget about things i actually buy from her store. also i'm sooo glad i can now add new merch drops to a section that's not NFR cause NFR is getting long and messy.
     
    i have a lot of shit coming in the mail, i really want to do another master post with photos at maybe the end of december - i have some really awesome pieces coming in the mail like massive gucci guilty adverts that are gonna look amazing together. i'm also working on an informational website for collectors that i would like to try and debut at the end of the year, for anyone whose interested.
     
    i think now that i'm hitting the 300 mark its starting to really dawn on me how big the collection is. when you put it in boxes it isn't that much, most of it is clothing at this point so it just tucks into my wardrobe, but damn this might actually be the biggest collection of stuff out there. i definitely think i wanna slow down a bit, especially after getting a lot of the stuff i've wanted for a long time recently. collecting is a really fun hobby tho, i'm really glad i've had the challenge of maintaining a collection over the past few years to keep me busy.
     
    for anyone interested i want to start posting on my collectors instagram again soon and you can find it on @yourolllikethunder on ig!
     
    CD's
     
     
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    Box Sets
     
     
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    Apparel
     
     
    Magazines
     
     
    Books
     
     
    Lighters
     
     
    Postcards
     
     
    Posters and Leaflets
     
     
     
    VIP Merch
     
     
     
    Bags
     
     
    Cups
     
     
    Towels
     
     
    Misc.
     

     
    ISO (Things I'm Looking For! Sell these things to me! SELL THEM!!!)
     
  16. Barry liked a post in a topic by Dreamboy in Your Lana Collection   
    Finally got my copy of the BTD boxset, after 8 years wanting it in my collection

  17. Barry liked a post in a topic by cheaptrailertrashglm in Your Lana Collection   
    finally was able to add violet to my collection. ignore my ugly carpet....i hate it too....but it's the only place i could get a decent photo without a glare -_-
  18. Barry liked a post in a topic by Lavender Sunshine in What Are You Listening To?   
    3:29 Living Legend teas
     
  19. Serene Queen liked a post in a topic by Barry in Unpopular Lana Opinions   
    Sending kids to boarding school is abuse, imagine living at school plus the stuff that could happen there, I dont know how parents could do it.
  20. cherri liked a post in a topic by Barry in Twitter Updates   
    Cause she's just a glamorous person.
    In all seriousness though she has made it clear who she voted for, she posted pictures congratulating them. Retweeted things saying it's a great day, one of them congratulating the other and old people crying happy at the result.
    Also on the mask thing I don't really care wether it had plastic or not, it was stupid of her knowing she is famous and people would talk about it negatively but  thousands of celebrities are out there partying every day, going to islands, performing in clubs and doing what they want so are millions of regular people. Tthe people that went to the book signing likely didn't care either as they went somewhere knowing a lot of people would be there as well, so if they didn't care why should anyone else.
     
  21. mypolaroidfrown liked a post in a topic by Barry in Twitter Updates   
    Cause she's just a glamorous person.
    In all seriousness though she has made it clear who she voted for, she posted pictures congratulating them. Retweeted things saying it's a great day, one of them congratulating the other and old people crying happy at the result.
    Also on the mask thing I don't really care wether it had plastic or not, it was stupid of her knowing she is famous and people would talk about it negatively but  thousands of celebrities are out there partying every day, going to islands, performing in clubs and doing what they want so are millions of regular people. Tthe people that went to the book signing likely didn't care either as they went somewhere knowing a lot of people would be there as well, so if they didn't care why should anyone else.
     
  22. Barry liked a post in a topic by Roses of Saigon in Unpopular Lana Opinions   
    I loooove Massive Attack. Would love for her to collab with Clams Casino too. 💖
  23. bel air rose liked a post in a topic by Barry in Unpopular Lana Opinions   
    Sending kids to boarding school is abuse, imagine living at school plus the stuff that could happen there, I dont know how parents could do it.
  24. heroinmelodies liked a post in a topic by Barry in Rolling Stone Magazine Ranks NFR as #321 in it's "500 Greatest Albums Of All Time" List   
    A masterpiece getting the recognition it deserves
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