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Oi amigos eu sou a Johnny Dalle


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tenho 17 anos e já me formei no colegial - agora, estou estudando Inglês e Português no curso de letras de faculdade. Já toquei clarinete em um orquestra, fui do grêmio estudantil do meu colégio, tenho uma banda de prog e experimental (sou a vocalista) chamada Marvelous Things, tenho um amor chamado Mumu e amigos muito legais.


tenho inimigas também mas elas neste momento estão queimando no óleo quente da inveja.


eu adoro comer. Adoro chocolate, pão de batata, macarrão à bolonhesa, queijo minas e biscoito. Aliás eu adoro yakisoba e vários tipos de macarrão. Miojo também é muito bom.


eu moro no Rio de Janeiro e sinceramente não me imagino saindo daqui. Morar em um lugar que não tenha mar me assusta.


eu amo o Elliott Smith. Sério, daria minha vida pra que ele voltasse a ter uma porque ele é simplesmente muito foda. Também amo Radiohead, e tem dias que eu sou o Thom Yorke.


Na verdade meu nome é Isabela, mas ninguém se importa com isso.


Nas horas vagas sou uma Sailor Senshi ou seja eu não sou pouca bosta!!




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July 29th
18:42
i had to

i had to

17:38

album-of-the-week:

The artwork for Radiohead’s Kid A was created by long-time collaborator Stanley Donwood and frontman Thom Yorke (under the alias “Tchock”). A photograph of the Kosovo war, which was occurring during the album’s recording, was inspired Donwood, who said “I was upset by it in a way war had never upset me before. It felt like it was happening in my street.” A lot of the artwork was also influenced by the imagery of the lyrics to the song “Idioteque” on the album. It was painted by Donwood and Yorke by using knives, sticks, and putty on canvas, then photographing the paintings and manipulating them in Photoshop.

An image that occurs throughout the album (on the CD case spine, in the booklet, and on the CD itself) is what’s come to be known as the “red swimming pool.” It was inspired by the graphic novel Brought to Light in which the CIA measures death tolls by filling 50-gallon pools with blood. Disturbed by this imagery, Donwood used it as a motif throughout the artwork, and has become a well-known symbol associated with Radiohead. Another image from the album was also adopted as one of Radiohead’s logos, the smiling teddy bear that was used during the album’s ad campaign.

Kid A's artwork also inspired the animation for the “blips” that were aired on MTV to promote the album. Set to snippets of music from Kid A, these 30-second TV spots brought the album artwork to life, then were compiled to create a music video for the album’s closer “Motion Picture Soundtrack.” Yorke went on to say that this was "the most beautiful piece of film that was ever made for our music."

17:35

(Source: msyorke)

17:33

vanilliamshakespeare:

Radiohead’s entire studio discography, re-imagined by Tumblr users valdesbian and vanilliamshakespeare.

17:31

Karma Police

by Radiohead

sadmusicforsadbastards:

"For a minute there, I lost myself"

17:30
this photo is called “that time when i was much cooler than now”

this photo is called “that time when i was much cooler than now”

July 10th
11:46

notkatniss:

Why are some women like “I’m not a feminist I believe men and women should be equal” like ???????? YOU LITERALLY JUST DEFINED FEMINISM???¿?¿?

(via pizza)

11:45

(Source: clausfuckre69, via earthdad)

11:45
"Nothing will ruin your 20’s more than thinking you should have your life together already."
—  (via cokeinaglassbottle)

(via aridoctari)

11:44

(Source: clausfuckre69, via earthdad)