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#973 Posted Thu 05 Nov, 2015 5:30 pm

Originally posted by Phoephus on Thu 05 Nov, 2015

Very cool! :)
#975 Posted Thu 05 Nov, 2015 8:36 pm
Honeymoon Serenade (Remix by Danubio Rodriguez)

Originally posted by Roo on Sun 18 Oct, 2015

Nice Ryan!

Some days I wish I were a tree. ;)
#976 Posted Thu 05 Nov, 2015 8:48 pm
Nice Ryan! Some days I wish I were a tree. ;)

Originally posted by JimCavanaugh on Thu 05 Nov, 2015

LOL! Amen brother. Amen.
#977 Posted Thu 05 Nov, 2015 9:50 pm
Eagles of Death Metal - Save A Prayer
#1011 Posted Wed 25 Nov, 2015 10:58 pm
Eagles of Death Metal - Save A Prayer

Originally posted by Roo on Wed 25 Nov, 2015

Yes! Actually the whole album is great. These guys prove that melody and feel is everything, and that's what for me music is about. It's my favorite album of the moment. And that has nothing to do with them getting publicity form the unfortunate events that took place in Paris, that they were involved in.
#1012 Posted Thu 26 Nov, 2015 9:39 am
"Major Tom, a fictional creation of Bowie, discovers a black star. It should be noted that the character is a representation of Bowie himself so we can draw parallels with this video to reality. When Tom's bedazzled skull is discovered, the woman takes it and essentially starts worshiping it. He becomes an idol. However, the video is intercut with Bowie blindfolded with false eyes and holding what looks like a Satanic bible. David Bowie, the pop star is a figure of the occult (hidden) because of his genius but he is just as blind as anyone else. He becomes a misinformed Jesus of sorts for the masses, as represented by the three scarecrows (it closely resembles Jesus' crucifixion)." -poontang3zizo
#1112 Posted Mon 11 Jan, 2016 12:31 pm
"Major Tom, a fictional creation of Bowie, discovers a black star. It should be noted that the character is a representation of Bowie himself so we can draw parallels with this video to reality. When Tom's bedazzled skull is discovered, the woman takes it and essentially starts worshiping it. He becomes an idol. However, the video is intercut with Bowie blindfolded with false eyes and holding what looks like a Satanic bible. David Bowie, the pop star is a figure of the occult (hidden) because of his genius but he is just as blind as anyone else. He becomes a misinformed Jesus of sorts for the masses, as represented by the three scarecrows (it closely resembles Jesus' crucifixion)." -poontang3zizo

Originally posted by Roo on Mon 11 Jan, 2016

The master of symbolism, he was brilliant, simply brilliant! I'm going to watch Labyrinth for the 200th time tonight, sigh.
#1113 Posted Mon 11 Jan, 2016 5:15 pm
"Major Tom, a fictional creation of Bowie, discovers a black star. It should be noted that the character is a representation of Bowie himself so we can draw parallels with this video to reality. When Tom's bedazzled skull is discovered, the woman takes it and essentially starts worshiping it. He becomes an idol. However, the video is intercut with Bowie blindfolded with false eyes and holding what looks like a Satanic bible. David Bowie, the pop star is a figure of the occult (hidden) because of his genius but he is just as blind as anyone else. He becomes a misinformed Jesus of sorts for the masses, as represented by the three scarecrows (it closely resembles Jesus' crucifixion)." -poontang3zizo

Originally posted by Roo on Mon 11 Jan, 2016

I just started to listen to blackstar not too long ago... He truly was a once in a generation genius.
#1114 Posted Mon 11 Jan, 2016 7:03 pm
The master of symbolism, he was brilliant, simply brilliant! I'm going to watch Labyrinth for the 200th time tonight, sigh.

Originally posted by RAVEN on Mon 11 Jan, 2016

Oh my god! That movie was so good. Had to watch it for uni a while back to do an analysis on the story structure (The Hero's Journey). Loved to watch it again and am going to watch it again very soon!
#1115 Posted Tue 12 Jan, 2016 6:58 am
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