haha DIO go grr
haha DIO go grr
Perspectiva | Ruth Bader Ginsburg dio su vida al país y su corazón a las artes escénicas #butterword
Trying to make GioGio content and ended up doing my first Dio 😍
Between the velvet lies,
There’s a truth that’s hard as steel.
The vision never dies,
Life’s a never ending wheel, yeah! (at Los Angeles)
I started to watch jojo recently, and when i saw dio in the first episode i said “goddamn he’s hot”
I said “forget it” lots of times bc he’s a fucking dickhead, now he got replaced in the “hot” list by speedwagon
“forever was yesterday”
so open your head
when crazy comes around
Perspectiva | Ruth Bader Ginsburg nos dio más que suficiente #butterword
Got bored in Physics
Also here’s Killar Queen in a snazzy dress.
Me, realising how popular my last post got even though it’s not my artwork.
Technically my blog, so I have all the rights to cuddle up with my Dio after the stressful few weeks that started to this college semester. So here’s me, doing what I wished I could do, used as a fun color practice!
Friday, September 18: Dio, “Faces in the Window”
Dream Evil presented a sleeker version of the Dio concept, while also staying true to the facets established on the group’s first three albums (anthemic banger for an opener, followed by a stately title cut, etc.). But Craig Goldy’s shredding, as well as a slightly thinner production, brought Ronnie James Dio to 1987, and “Faces in the Window” was a deep cut and dark horse gem that felt both triumphant and a little downtrodden. The track appeared late on the record and banged righteously in large part due to Vinny Appice’s forceful and frenetic drumming as well as Jimmy Bain’s locked-in bass. Claude Schnell’s keyboards were thankfully a touch lower in the mix, and Goldy’s primary riff was streamlined and direct. But although Ronnie was never less than fully invested, and was his usual awesome self here, for the first time he sounded a bit doubtful, like he wasn’t absolutely sure of himself and the direction he was leading his band. “Faces in the Window” still banged, charged and ruled, but the feeling of uncertainty was hard to shake, like nobody was really sure this was exactly what they were supposed to be doing. And that turned out to be exactly the case, as Dream Evil was Dio’s first commercial disappointment and Ronnie ended up replacing everyone before heading into the 90s a diminished force.
Dio has no rights
hello tumble today i offer you my art
Here’s a portrait of our favourite mama’s boy and gold digger.