Atmosphere – They’re All Gonna Laugh @ You

Thank you for the quest, thank you for the vision
This vision that spawns anxiety trying to see and feel why I am living
Time is money, every moment is costly
So I ration emotion because existance exhausts me
Oddly enough, I’m happy I ain’t famous
Imagine waking up to the fact that you’re simply entertainment

 

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Atmopshere – Angelface

There was a lady in Los Angeles

That handled this the way the manual suggests 

She turned me on to music that I never heard before

She told me stories from a cup I haven’t leaned to pour

And I don’t know who heard it more

Professional journals or perpetual burn holes

Scarring up the dirty floor

 

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Sage Francis – Escape Artist

In an effort to make ’em all see what I found in my life I decided to give ’em a look
None of ’em gave it a glimpse and I guess that I’m sitting in the middle of an unread book
Letters are falling apart but the sentences stand on their own and the wording is permanent
Never been missed, I’ve just been misworded and misinterpreted

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Grieves – Purgatory Music

On Grieves two albums I only found two songs that I liked, but these two stayed with me, the sound feels right. That alone-on-a-train type of thing.

The news is  that the new Pynchon novel comes up in September, wich is nearly 500 pages. The start of the 6th season of Mad Men today is another  great thing. Thanks for following it’s 800 today :>

Sage Francis – Crack Pipes

So thanks to a suggestion in the comments, we are returning to Sage once more, since, for one, his music matches the atmosphere of the blog perfectly. As for the movie frame from today, an old polish picture by Wajda, although it’s quite amusing and artificial from today’s point of view it’s also interesting because of the way it links books and sex so closely. I can only think of Pillow Book as a stronger opinion on that topic. Enjoy.

Sage Francis – Escape Artist

Here’s some rap music for a change. Of course if you look for impressive lyrics it might be hard to find, but there are same exceptions. Take Sage Francis, who I like especially for mentioning Kerouac, nevertheless the whole song is impressive and video is nice too. The landscape is still frozen, will it ever change? Yesterday we had another ‘likes’ record on Refined Quotes, thanks for each of them.