i love my philosophy prof
Photo by Katy Beale from the inner sleeve of Anita Lane’s “Dirty Pearl” LP.
lars von trier: [makes a movie]
me: Did anyone ask? Who asked? Nobody asked?
You’ve been reading some old letters
You smile and think how much you’ve changed
All the money in the world couldn’t buy back those days
Einstürzende Neubauten – Kalte Sterne (1981) EP
WOOOOW PURE CLASS (i love it) im so sorry to ppl on mobile
NICK CAVE AND THE BAD ASKS
1. When/how did you start listening to Nick Cave?
2. All in all do you prefer The Birthday Party, The Bad Seeds or Grinderman?
3. Name 3 of your favorite members from any of the projects.
4. What is your favorite Bad Seeds album?
5. What would you say is the best song?
6. What would you say is the worst song?
7. Post a picture of your favorite Nick Cave outfit.
8. How many albums do you physically own?
9. Do you have any t-shirts? (Post a picture maybe?)
10. Does anybody you know IRL listen to him?
11. Have you been to any live shows?
12. Do you have any tattoos?
13. Do you believe he's real?
Nick Cave, Blixa Bargeld, Mick Harvey.
15. Have you ever met any of the members?
16. Favorite lyrics?
17. On a scale of 1-10 how much of a nerd is Nick.
18. Kylie or P.J?
19. Favorite duet?
20. Favorite slow song?
21. Favorite murderous song?
22. Do you love me like I love you?
"Satellite Of Love (alternate demo)" - The Velvet Underground (1970)
The forgotten uptempo and original version of "Satellite Of Love", was originally recorded by The Velvet Underground for their album "Loaded" but never included in it.
The song became well known in Lou Reed`s 1972 slow version from his second solo album "Transformer" and was finally released, as originally recorded, in the 1995 “Peel Slowly And See” VU compilation.
i love this part of eraserhead!