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October 21, 2013 9:40 am


Isao Tomita, 1984: Space Walk - Impressions Of An Astronaut (compilation album).

Isao Tomita (冨田 勲 Tomita Isao?, born April 22, 1932), often known simply as Tomita, is a Japanese music composer, regarded as one of the pioneers of electronic music and space music, and as one of the most famous producers of analog synthesizer arrangements. In addition to creating note-by-note realizations, Tomita made extensive use of the sound design capabilities of his instrument, using synthesizers to create new artificial sounds to accompany and enhance his electronic realizations of acoustic instruments. He also made effective use of analog music sequencers and featured futuristic science fiction themes, while laying the foundations for synth-pop music and trance-like rhythms. He also received four Grammy Award nominations for his album Snowflakes are Dancing in 1974.

September 21, 2013 1:36 am
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  • Fluorescent Adolescent
  • By: Arctic Monkeys
  • Favourite Worst Nightmare
  • 39,499 Plays


Fluorescent Adolescent - Arctic Monkeys

You used to get it in your fishnets

so now you only get it in your night dress.

Discarded all the naughty nights for niceness

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September 20, 2013 1:34 am
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  • Parade
  • By: Susumu Hirasawa
  • Paprika Original Soundtrack
  • 22,899 Plays


Parade - Susumu Hirasawa

One of the greatest scores is from a film most of the world has never heard of, Paprika. The film’s composer, Susumu Hirasawa, took the music of our dreams and made them into a reality. The entire score is a surreal journey through synthesized loops, contagious Japanese vocals, and grand symphonic orchestration. Just like dreams meld various aspects of our reality, this score melds various musical styles from manic Japanese pop to minimalistic contemporary classical.

Every time I listen to this score I feel as though I am hearing music ripped directly from my dreams; all of my hopes, passions, fears, and loves beautifully evoked through music.

"さあ 地を埋めつくすほど キミの影が産む 狂気のパレードが来る キミの名の下に"

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September 14, 2013 5:49 am September 11, 2013 8:30 pm
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  • The Fox, The Crow, and The Cookie
  • By: Mewithoutyou
  • 1,167 Plays


MeWithoutYou - The Fox, The Crow And The Cookie

I have suddenly fallen madly in love with this song.

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August 20, 2013 12:39 am


Oh my lord 70s Japanese soft-rock is the tits

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August 18, 2013 12:45 am

Art by Nonus


Art by Nonus

12:15 am


Common names: Bearded Vulture, Lammergeier

Binomial classification: Gypaetus barbatus

Conservation status: Least Concern

Distribution: Mountainous regions throughout Europe and much of Asia and Africa.

Habitat: Mountains; any area with plentiful cliffs, precipices, crags, canyons, and gorges. Desolate areas with low populations seem to be preferred.

Description: Unlike most species of vulture, the Lammergeier does not have a bald head. Adult birds are dark grey and whitish in colour, with a wingspan of 2.31-2.83 metres (7.6-9.3 feet). The rusty colouring of the head, breast, and leg feathers is actually cosmetic, caused by dust-bathing or consumption of mineral-rich water.

Behaviour: Lammergeiers are usually silent, with the exception of shrill whistles made during breeding displays and falcon-like calls made around the nest.

They are scavengers, feeding on dead animals, but they almost invariably discard the flesh in favour of the bone marrow. They are the only living bird species to feed on bone marrow, hence their old name of Ossifrage (“bone breaker”). They can swallow whole or crack bones up to the size of a lamb femur, and have a digestive system specifically adapted to dissolving bone. Bones too large to be swallowed or cracked are dropped from heights of up to 150 metres, sometimes repeatedly, until the nutritious marrow is exposed. This is a learned skill, and mastery can take up to seven years of practice by juvenile birds.

Territorial and breeding displays between pairs of Lammergeiers are often spectacular, involving displays of talons and tumbling and spiralling while in solo flights. Often, they will lock talons and fall through the air while joined together. Nests are large heaps of sticks up to 2.5 metres in diameter, usually constructed in caves and on rocky outcrops.

thought the feather pattern looked like -o at first : O

August 15, 2013 11:02 pm
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  • Your Ex-lover Is Dead
  • By: Stars
  • Set Yourself On Fire
  • 8,795 Plays


Your Ex-Lover Is Dead - Stars 

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2:39 am
reblogging because lifehackable doenst have notes displaeyd :| 

reblogging because lifehackable doenst have notes displaeyd :| 

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August 12, 2013 5:19 pm
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  • Cet Air-Là
  • By: France Gall
  • Baby Pop
  • 471 Plays



France Gall - Cet Air-Là

I had such a crush/obsession with France Gall when I was in High School (despite the fact that she’s an old woman now).

I still have over 50 of her songs (lost some of them with my old computer).

She’s just so great! <3

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August 11, 2013 2:58 am
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So awhile back I noticed that a lot of Adventure Time songs have similar chords in them. I decided to record this for fun! It’s basically almost every song from Adventure Time all mashed up. I know I missed some songs, but keep in mind that this was improvised. :D

That was….




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August 8, 2013 10:40 am



Vrolik Museum, Amsterdam

The Vrolik Museum is dedicated primarily to human and animal anatomical mutants. It features preserved embryos, deformed skeletons and various other odd accoutrements. You’d be forgiven if it gives you the willies.

Before the 20th century, anatomical collections like this were one of medicine’s most valuable research tools. Before we understood genes and DNA, doctors had to look upon mutants and cadavers, dissecting and studying them to discover the medical basis of their malformations.

With the development of modern molecular science, imagine what secrets are held among the deformed DNA within these cases! 

Take a photo tour of the Vrolik Museum here, although it’s not for the faint of heart.

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August 5, 2013 1:35 am August 4, 2013 11:50 am
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  • target city
  • By: conelrad
  • function creep
  • 62 Plays


by the way, here’s the lyrics to Target City (from 2007). i’d mix this differently now, sorry about the slightly dodgy quality. still one of my fav tracks tho


can you stop love, can you drown it
can you hold it down in a frozen lake
can you feel its blood boiling in its veins

so stop love, can you do it?
can you be the one to inform its next of kin
feel its arteries bursting through its skin

won't you stop love won't you drown it
won't you throw it off the nearest cliff you find
when you scramble down then you cant be mine