Spotify Charts on twitter - 19/10
Harry’s ‘Watermelon Sugar’ is #9 on this week’s Top Global Songs Spotify chart, and 'Fine Line’ is #5 on the Top Global Albums chart. (Oct. 9-15)
up and up 🥳
FINE LINE IS NOW PLATINUM BRIT-CERTIFIED! - 16/10
So anyways I’m tiering for Camus because I always tier for Camus when he has glasses. But now we know Ranmaru UR/Syo SR is coming up.
Klab please my little hands can’t tap tap for my two boys in a row.
Here we are! End of rotation. Otoya will be with some rando, I’m betting Natsuki or Cecil, just based on time since they last had a UR. I’m leaning more towards Otoya/Cecil for November for reasons that would take forever to explain.
chart dump chart dump
im sorry the matrix and the lego movie were the only movies i could think of that were dystopian/had social commentary of some kind
someone help me complete this who has read books and seen movies and played games that I haven’t
to explain: ”this could actually happen” refers specifically to the element that causes it to be dystopian. so even if a story is fantasy if the thing thats causing society to be Like That is not fantasy than it doesn’t get penalties for realism.
while “this is how people would act if it did” is how characters behave but ALSO how people in general, culture even, RESPOND to the thing.
what im getting at with this chart is that there are some stories that are good social commentary because they describe something that could actually happen in the real world, and there are others that are good social commentary even if they describe a world that is batshit insane because the way that world shapes the people in it and the way it causes them to act is so realistic
feel free to argue with me it’s been a long time since ive read these
Just Like You is still charting at #75 on iTunes worldwide! - 14.10