My Top 300 :: 46-50

46.¬†Empire Records Years of my life working at record stores, falling in love or in lust with record store co-workers, nearly living in my record store jobs and finding a definite second-family in my record store jobs, made this movie hard not to love. I never grow tired of watching it, and tend to relate to different moments more than others at different times of watching it. Most of all, it makes me miss my record store jobs a hell of a lot. Sugar High :: Coyote Shivers 47. Dirty Dancing It was the Summer after my last year in … Continue reading My Top 300 :: 46-50

Then wake up to a brand new day :: VOTD

Original Sin :: Inxs Original Sin, by INXS, was released in 1984 on their fourth album The Swing. It was written by Michael Hutchence and Andrew Farriss, and produced by Nile Rodgers. The song was originally titled Brand New Day. It was released as a single in the U.S. in December 1983, where it reached # 58 on the Billboard Hot 100, in 1984. In Australia, it reached # 1 in 1984, and became an international hit during that year. Singer Daryl Hall sings the chorus along with Hutchence. According to an interview done in Australia, Hall says Nile Rodgers … Continue reading Then wake up to a brand new day :: VOTD

And I can fuck up anything :: SOTD

“I found the one damn person to help me fall asleep in the night. But sleeping gets tiring, and dark reminds me of dying, and as long as this feeble heart is still beating, You will find me rushing through every room, switching on all the lights.” She has given up wondering all the why’s, and thrown out the contemplation complaints of what if and what could have been. She knows deep down the fault all lies on her flawed, broken down and cracked kind of heart, and that sooner than later they see through it, see through her, and … Continue reading And I can fuck up anything :: SOTD