Julian Long on Ray Rice
Black men. Fellas. Brothers.
I need you to stop complaining about Ray Rice’s (much deserved and yet woefully insufficient punishment) RIGHT NOW.
When we - Black men are beaten, slain, left in the street and otherwise persecuted our sisters, our mothers, our women stand for us with nearly…
Thank you. So much truth.
I am back finally and will be posting more often. I will also start talking more on here. Alright, enjoy.
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This is the funniest thig I have seen all year.
I am too sad right now, rest in peace Robin Williams.
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Done and done
Both albums are beautiful. I give no fucks on how you feel about Coldplay, all I know is that these albums are impressive. The violin solos, the drums, the organ, every instrument in this album is uniquely crafted to tell a story. This album has flow, and yes it is a mainstream band, but even for mainstream, this album is just amazing. When I popped this cd in I was taken away by the lyrics, by the sheer artistry that was put into this whole thing. This is more than the popular song “Viva La Vida”, even though that song is really great. My favorites are Violet Hill, Yes, Cemeteries of London, 42, Death and all his Friends, and the beautiful opening Life in Technicolor. And then we have Viva La Vida (Prospekt’s March EP) which goes even deeper into what they were trying to create, beauty. Songs like Life in Technicolor ii bring in words to the wonderful instrumental that opened Viva La Vida, then we go into Postcards from Far Away, and light piano piece, that takes you to where some one Is getting these postcards from some place that they have never been too. And finally Glass of Water, and Prospekt’s March/ Poppy Fields, so dark and lovely. If you have not listened to these albums, you truly have missed the hell out.