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"Go ahead, make my millennium."

Beetlejuice (1988)

lolita-scarlet-starlet:

Lolita (1997)

Well, it’s because I’m ridiculously immature, that’s why. You know, it’s because I haven’t grown up. There’s a theory going around in the UK - as an artist, your emotional development is arrested at the point in which you become famous. And I was reading about this theory in relation to Michael Jackson. So, Michael Jackson, basically, emotionally seemed to stay like a twelve year old all his life, you know? So I’m… I’m stuck somewhere in my early 20s, you know? And being in a band promotes that, you know… it supports that sort of Peter Pan aspect. So I think that’s probably why fifteen year old kids today can still sort of relate to the lyrical outpourings of this very immature guy who’s pushing 40, you know? I think when you’re much younger you’re sort of a lot more angry at the world and I think as you sort of mature you become a little bit more angry at yourself.
Brian Molko (on why so many young people relate to his songs. FM4, Greece, 05/09/2010) ←

paintdeath:

Backstage @ Helen Lawrence Fall/Winter 2014



Track: Radio
Artist: Lana Del Rey
Album: Born To Die

lucy-lou:

Radio - Lana Del Rey

"Now my life is sweet like cinnamon, like a fucking dream I’m livin’ in."

"Why am I here with you?"
"Because I asked you."

jaredlets:

There had been alarming rumors about the Nirvana leader circulating in the days before the Reading appearance, including one that maintained Cobain was deathly ill in a hospital after a drug overdose. So imagine the sense of drama among the crowd of 60,000 when the singer-songwriter-guitarist, looking frail in a hospital gown and massive wig, was wheeled onto the stage. After struggling to lift himself to the microphone, he muttered only a few words from a song before he collapsed. Watching in mock alarm, Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic advised the crowd, “He’s OK. With the help of his friends and his family, he’ll survive.” Cobain then let the audience in on the joke. Still wearing the gown and wig, he stood up, reached for his electric guitar and walked to the microphone. After playing a few blistering notes, he began singing “Breed,” a song from the band’s landmark “Nevermind” album, with all the force that made him such a commanding figure on stage.

riotgirlstylenow:

Courtney Love (1995)

kate-jam-and-diamonds:

Chanel S/S 2004