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  • Are you an aesthetic spotify list with perfect coherence type of person or are you a shrek in the swamp karaoke dance party pt 2 type of person?

    #reblog with your answer #i need to know our numbers #the TRUE personality test #spotify#music#playlist#text post#textposting#spotify playlist#lol
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  • You say you love me
    You say you care
    And when you’re with me
    My future’s there

    We get carried away in emotions
    We get lost in each other’s eyes
    And we forget what we regret
    As we cast our fears aside

    When the world’s getting hard
    I will go to wherever you are
    Running blind in the dark
    I will go to wherever you are

    Wherever you are
    That’s where I’ll be
    Wherever you are
    That’s where I’ll be

    Forget the violence
    Forget the world
    I see you smiling
    I’m lost for words

    We get carried away in emotion
    We get lost in each other’s eyes
    And we forget what we regret
    As we cast our fears aside

    When the world’s getting hard
    I will go to wherever you are
    Running blind in the dark
    I will go to wherever you are…

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  • çizgi filmler mi izlesek hiç bir yere de gitmesek

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  • (via https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4z9I7s6UPG4taOKRvRKSo8?si=xrHL16HMR_Cb4Poo5K1yDg)

    i made a playlist for songs i play in my head while sitting in trees, paddling in rivers, cycling through fields etc. I called it songs to be the main character in a 90s indie movie to (enjoy the stroke youre now having trying to read the title again) but i havent heard many of the songs acc in movies, but i do think they have the same vibe.  

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  • FUTURE NOSTALGIA BRINGS TO THE TABLE A MIX OF DUA LIPA’S FUTURE SOUND AND CLASSIC POP.

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    On her first self-titled album, Dua Lipa worked hard on showcasing the power of her voice and comfortably chased a sound that fits well as an open letter to the world, showing how experimental she could get and how badly she wanted to make music.

    The success that brought worldwide hits like ‘New Rules’ and the experience that she kept by collaborating with famous and talented producers like Diplo and Mark Ronson on ‘Electricity’ and the chill EDM ‘One Kiss’ with Calvin Harris, seemed to help her find along the road, the specific journey that she needed to begin so it showed the force to be reckoned with that she is in pop culture.

    The album’s title ‘Future Nostalgia’ fits accurately on the sound of the 11 tracks that build it.

    When the album title track blasts, its retro background distorted vocals and the literal message on the lyrics work to dismantle your perceptions on the sounds that a pop record by Dua Lipa should be like. She opens up on the confidence she has about being on the tip of everybody’s tongue and the pressure that the public puts on artists to find new sounds and stepping their game up on their sophomore albums.

    The ‘Future Nostalgia’ catchy title can be interpreted too as the futuristic-retro composition that the songs display. Since the first single ‘Don’t Start Now’ began this 80’s pop-influenced era, a glamorous and experimental atmosphere began to take shape on the singer’s aesthetic, the collision on the catchy hooks and the familiar instrumentals that were clearly inspired by disco records reflected a clever work on inspiration and not emulation. It may sound easy, to bring disco back and make it modern, but the attempt of even thinking it’s risky by itself. On the first single, Dua made a full one-eighty, not only on her heart but on the radios.

    The vocal arrangements are cleverly built around powerful lyrics that are mostly love stories and, that anybody can feel identified with. With this being said, it’ll be no surprise for people to find themselves quickly singing along to tracks like ‘Break My Heart’ where the 24-year-old singer built a sonic trap to get anyone caught when they can easily relate to the regret of falling in love with someone who shows red flags on a possible disappointment since the first ‘Hello’.

    On the first tracks of the album, you’ll discover ‘Cool’; the third track of Future Nostalgia sounds exactly like the album’s cover art, an outer space adventure blasting off on a vintage car while Dua Lipa carpools her heart out on the vulnerable side that admitting when someone breaks down all your walls and takes control of every sense.

    Just after that, the fourth track, ‘Physical’ comes along to make you feel a big-bang explosion on the record. Dua flies her way up to an explosive chorus fulfilling the track with the power of her voice forcing the instrumentals to keep up with her, instead of waiting for her voice to keep up with the beat. As the song ends, it would’ve been hard to keep the listener at the same speed without aiming higher, but just as a sonic big-bang, the record gets to a zero-gravity zone with ‘Levitating’ where Dua Lipa fills your ears with milky-way quotes and floats on the marvelous feelings that letting yourself flow with the discovery of love can bring to your life as she urges the listener and her lover to get lost on this bubbly beat that can make anyone who sings this song on a karaoke, the disco queen of the night.

    It’s not all about the lyrics and the mesmerizing production on Future Nostalgia, talent becomes evident on the modern-love ball ‘Pretty Please’ where the stars of this nostalgic adventure are Dua’s vocals and a seductive bass with futuristic beats adding up in the right moment. Her vocal delivery might seem innocent but the message she transmits is clear and direct just as the demanding lyrics on it.

    The cosmic and playful bass arrangements couldn’t be less powerful on the next track, ‘Hallucinate’ a retro disco banger that could even fit in 2005 Madonna’s ‘Confessions on a Dancefloor’. The track begins mysterious and flirty on its instrumentals and the lyrics, but on the main hook, glows like a giant disco ball at a Saturday Fever night.

    As this track fades, ‘Love Again’ takes you by surprise with a vintage-like intro, that suddenly grows on violin’s melodies that take the sincerest and corny confessions from Dua Lipa. She sounds joyful and starstruck on the feeling that falling in love fearlessly brought to her heart. The most complex side of this track is more on the instrumental side that on the lyrics, so, it really deserves your undivided attention to its sound for you to enjoy its power.

    The theatrical ‘Boys Will Be Boys’ closes this experience on the exact same prayer that helped the album to lift up, the female-power and a social growing-notion on the recognition of their power and influence. Just in case you forgot.

    The former eleven tracks are no fillers, they’re all built on being enjoyable and are cohesive on the transition from song to song. The lyrics try to demonstrate she’s living her present, she lets herself enjoy new experiences, and leaves statements only for her most concrete thoughts. The production makes it an immersive experience and falls far for the sounds that nowadays play on most of the popular playlists. Future Nostalgia might not be changing pop music’s game in a new dimension yet, but still, it manages to make clear that Dua Lipa is a young pop star that came to stay, even if you’re not used to a female Alpha.

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  • the playlist i made: plays eye of the tiger

    me: you just know me so well don’t you

    #eye of the tiger #excerpts: me irl #me irl#i speak#my posts#lol#funny#chatpost#playlist
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  • Complete list of Lana Del Rey’s best songs

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    Summer playlist of songs with upbeat music that sound even better when you’re drunk, sitting with your friends at the beach, gin and tonic in hand, smell of seawater and seaweed in the air

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  • eli’s character playlist

    not all heroes wear capes — owl city
    amnesia — five seconds of summer 
    you’ve got a friend in me — randy newman 
    kids again — artist vs. poet 
    go the distance — roger bart 

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  • danny’s character playlist

    the birthday party — the 1975
    be who you are - you me at six 
    here i am alive - yellowcard
    imagine - john lennon
    mad world - tears for fears

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  • chris’s character playlist

    if we have each other — alec benjamin 
    this land is mine — dido 
    sunday morning — maroon 5 
    i wanna be the one — fun.
    anybody have a map? — rachel bay jones, jennifer laura thompson

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