This film just has it all - comedy, beauty, insight, sadness, wisdom. Amazing.
The soundtrack is beautiful too. Highly recommend watching it if you haven't, it's quite deep.
I feel the same. I always think back to how it made me feel when I first saw it when I hear the soundrtack, definitely worth a listen. the OST is genius and even the other songs are pretty great, a decent mix. Also Annie Lennox's cover of Neil Young's song is probably my favorite from the whole soundtrack besides the plastic bag scene music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xicsALcqoN8
You make me happy with the things you dooo...
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anythin. movies, books, tunes, yer fave porno, yer fave brand of toilet paper
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Can someone who doesn't adore this album please speak up because I don't think you're real.
Who else is going tonight? I know at least one of you will be going.
What are some albums you consider your personal 10/10? Where every track you feel fits perfectly for that album and they all blend together.
Personally there isn't a track from this I dislike or would say isn't perfectly fitting.
even as a pleb pick, all of the tracks are amazing (even endless nameless)
If Kanye called out Drake and the beef went Drake v Kanye, could Ye hold his own? Would he have a chance of winning?
>Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love were in a tent at the VMA’s and spotted Axl Rose walking by with his bodyguards and sarcastically asked him to be the Godfather of their child.
>Kurt & Courtney: Axl, will you be the Godfather of our child?
>Axl turns around, and points his finger at Courtney.
>Axl: You better shut up bitch. Don’t pitch me any shit tonight.
>Axl turns to Kurt.
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just post how you want
Album covers are a dead artform from the 70s and 80s. Post your favorite album cover from after the year 2000.
Idk if it's my definite favorite, but it's still pretty coolio
I must agree that In Absenti also had some pretty bangin' artwork
Tomorrow I'm hosting a Christmas feast dinner party. Can you help me compile an elegant, jazzy playlist? Cool, jazzy city vibes.. shhoow me whatcha got!
What are other bands like slint in that all the members contributed equally to their music?