Today Music Monday was created in the lab, pulp paperbacks, and b-movie plots. So let’s go on a science fiction roadtrip!
Songs, that I want to bring your attention to besides Rocky Horror, are Daft Punk’s ‘Harder, Faster, Better, Stronger.’ This song has a futuristic beat and tells a dream of the future. Another song is ‘Rock Lobster’ by the B-52s which tells us a different vision of the world, and creatures that work in the night.
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Anyone who calls themselves a Dolly Parton fan, country music fan or a fan musical genius divas, you need Dolly Parton's new book!
The weather turned, the leaves outside the window are about to change, college students everywhere are celebrating their patrons: PSLs and Pumpkin beers. This means one thing, its October! Every Monday in October, Music Mondays will feature a horror genre, a specific book, or a horror villain. In honor of Twilight publication, here are the vampires. Please don’t stake me!
“Vampires Will Never Hurt You” (My Chemical Romance)- Interview with A Vampire(Anne Rice)
“Forever & Ever More”(Nothing but Fears)- The Vampire Diaries (L.J. Smith)
“Vampire Blues” (Neal Young) – The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires (Gady Hendrix)
“We Suck Young Blood” (Radiohead) – Twilight (Stephanie Meyer)
“Bitting Down” (Lorde)- Dead Until Dark (Charlaine Harris)
“Damm These Vampires” (The Mountian Goats)-Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter (Seth Grahame-Smith)
“The Last Vampire” (Hollywood Vampires) – Vampire Academy (Richelle Mead)
“Holding On and Letting Good” (Ross Cooperman)- I Am Legend (Richard Masterson)
“Bloodletting (The Vampire Song)” Concrete Blond- Dracula (Bram Stoker)
“Never Say Never”(The Fray)- Midnight Sun (Stephenie Meyer)
“Echo” (Jason Walker)- Salem’s Lot (Stephen King)
“Immortal Love”(Kiss the Sun Goodbye)- Dark Lover (J.R. Ward)
“The Vampire Club”(Aurelio Voltaire)- The Originals (Julie PLec)
“A Drop in The Ocean”(Ron Pope)- Fevre Dream (George R.R. Martin)
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Truly, Silverstein was a man who went so much further than any one discipline or project. Today, of all days, we should take a moment and reconnect with the full array of Shel Silverstein's work.
In the months since Harry Styles released his sophomore album Fine Line, critics have hailed it as the revitalization of classic rock in the modern era. With a blend of classic artists like Paul McCartney, Paul Simon, and David Bowie, this is truly an album for the ages. In the spirit of keeping it classic, we’ve devised a guide to navigating this timeless album with some of literature’s most enduring works.