What do Elton John's Circle of Life, David Bowie's Space Oddity, Simon & Garfunkel's Bridge Over Troubled Water, and Josh Groban's Believe all have in common? I can't explain it, but these:
give me the same existential feeling, every time I listen to them.
I enjoy the 1983 movie “The Hunger” starring Catherine Deneuve as Miriam Blaylock. She played a centuries old vampire who has survived since as long (or longer) than ancient Egypt.
The real curse of vampirism is the loneliness that comes with immortality. To soften the pain if being alone Miriam periodically turned mortals into vampires to keep her company. But a mortal turned vampire can not stay young forever. After 200 years or so, time catches up with them and they rapidly grown old. BUT they do not die. She loves them so much she can’t part with them... so she keeps their husks in coffins.
The movie shares several element with “Daughter of Darkness” starring Delphine Seyrig, including the twist ending.
Iggy Pop & David Bowie
Oh to be an alien covered in glitter
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Bowie by Kevin Cummins
Let’s Dance (1983)
David Bowie (1983)
the way people LOVE harry styles and that conan gray kid, acting like theyre THE EPITOME of music and eradicating toxic masculinity... when all they do is being cheap david bowie, prince etc. rip offs. watered down cheap copies
David Bowie on the Trans Siberian Express, circa 1973.
Jazzin’ For Blue Jean (1984)
with Louise Scott
lol you people have to stop acting like harry styles fans don't know that he isn't doing anything new. WE KNOW. HE NOWS.
this happens when yall j talk but have no idea what you're actually saying. the man had said more than once that the reason he feels so comfortable painting his nails and being feminine is because of all the folks that have done it before, specially mentioned Bowie and Prince. yall are the ones saying shit that have been said before.
Practice with Bowie eheh