favourite albums of all time

modern vampires of the city

obvious bicycle: never know which part to sing

unbelievers: the one everyone actually knows the words to 

step: the music nerd’s favourite bc of pachelbel’s canon 

diane young: “DYING YOUNG GET IT” yes everybody gets it

*the smoothest transition ever*

don’t lie: the ticking clock in the backbeat of the second chorus is the best thing

hannah hunt: genuinely the prettiest song in the whole wide world

everlasting arms: cute but is it anyone’s favourite let’s be real

finger back: wtf is this song about

worship you: aodasdksaldmakwoijajdksdmoijaiwd yOU YOOOOOOU

ya hey: so so beautiful and strange and “YAHWEH GET IT” yes

hudson: the song you hear right before you get murdered

young lion: blissful perfect ending to the album wow

Jonathan Barnbrook, David Bowie- Blackstar Vinyl Cover

Blackstar’s vinyl album cover is, without wanting to sound too fanboyish, one of my favourite album covers of all time. I love the fact that the record inside is a part of the design, and the fact that you need to scratch beneath the surface with this cover, whether it’s trying to work out whether the small stars mean anything (they do, they spell out Bowie) or accidentally finding aa constellation of stars on the inner sleeve after leaving it out in the sun for a while. An amazingly clever piece of design wrapping up the life of an amazingly clever musician and artist.

for my third masterlist of album lyric connection tags i decided to use my favourite album of all time, the story so far’s ‘under soil and dirt’ and there are #133 lyrics that can be used as connection tags for any sort of connections that you feel suit best. please like/reblog if you found this useful and let me know if there’s an album you’d like me to make one of these for!

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swiftslastkiss  asked:

favourite albums of all time? xxx

RED - Taylor Swift

Mylo Xyloto - Coldplay

25 - Adele

Walls - Kings Of Leon

X - Ed Sheeran (new album will be on this list soon enough ;)

Starboy - The Weeknd

The Joshua Tree - U2

Born In The USA - Bruce Springsteen

Innocent  Eyes - Delta Goodrem

Moving On
  • Moving On
  • Kodaline
  • Coming Up for Air

comments: Kodaline is my favourite band of all time and i highly recommend their first album, “In a Perfect World”, and their second album, “Coming Up for Air”. Not only do they make incredible music, their lyrics and music videos are also extremely touching.

I hold this song especially close to my heart now that I’m starting University and I’m separated from a majority of my friends. Also, good luck to everyone who started school!

i was tagged by @hermionegrangern to pick 9 favourite albums of all time, thank you darling!  💖

  • starboy - the weekend
  • wild world - bastille
  • save rock’n roll - fall out boy
  • costello music - the fratellis
  • nothing personal - all time low
  • watch the throne - jay z, kanye west
  • favourite worst nightmare - arctic monkeys
  • i love you. - the neighbourhood
  • blurryface - twenty one pilots

i’m tagging: @prouveaire, @norasatres, @barryallhan, @faithlings, @aleclightwqqd and @sanasevaks (if you want to, of course!!)

sending everyone good vibes today! hope you all have a kick ass day :)

anonymous asked:

March april and may and august for the sio ask thingy. Love your blog! :)

Thank you!! :)
March - What is your favorite song off of Horrible Kids?
@ Reply honestly it’s a jam
April - What is your favorite song off of Cinematics?
Either Nightmare or No Control but honestly that album is one of my all time favourites so that was real hard. They’re all such jams

May - What is your favorite song off of Duality? (Stories Unplugged included)
Ahh probably The Haunting because live oh man it was the first song and it made me feel so good that I knew I was seeing them

August - Which of the boys would you want to have as a brother and why?
oh my goodness Maxx I think he has a very brotherly personality (woah guess who doesn’t make sense it’s me)


I was tagged by @allisonsarghents​ to pick 9 favourite albums of all time! (no particular order, except ioh is always my number 1; also i made a 1 artist, 1 album rule for myself)

  1. infinity on high by fall out boy
  2. hamilton by the hamilton OBC
  3. a fever you can’t sweat out by panic! at the disco
  4. badlands by halsey
  5. vessel by twenty one pilots
  6. i like it when you sleep for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it by the 1975
  7. deja entendu by brand new
  8. blue neighbourhood by troye sivan
  9. made in the am by one direction

i tag @goldfinnch, @wearethecyclones, @partifex, @calypsoofogygia 

anonymous asked:

Hi talented writer! Your luhan and yixing and jongdae smuts are BOMB so far!! so i read your 'latest fics' list and im so looking forward to more of your works *.* but i just wanted to ask, what's the 'dangerous woman' trilogy about?? omg im so hyped for your future works!! <3333

ahhh thank you so much! i was so worried they weren’t good enough! okay, so let me explain briefly about the ‘Dangerous Woman’ trilogy ;) Basically, it’s a trilogy of smuts based on the lyrics/music videos of Ariana Grande’s songs from her ‘Dangerous Woman’ album! Since she’s my ultimate favourite singer of all time, i got really inspired to write something based on her album :) hope this helps you to understand better and thank you again for your sweet feedback! x

The live strings and instrumentals of Echo are like next level but Broken takes the cake (ok and My Hands, and Alive too). 8 years later and this album is still my all time favourite.

Pretty.Odd Books

I’ve made a compilation list of books I’ve read that remind me of P!ATD’s album Pretty.Odd. One of my favourite records of all time!

For one reason or another I think these stories, poems or essays encapsulate a little bit of the essence of those songs. There are no fanfics in here but I might make a future list with fic suggestions if that’s something you guys would enjoy!

I hope you like it! I’ve previously made a short list of books that remind me of Ryan Ross. I’m considering making a AFYCSO book list and PO, AFYCSO films + TV shows compilation too.


* I came up with these titles in one go so I’m almost 100% sure I’ve forgotten many others that remind me of Pretty.Odd. I’ll try to add them in the future. Feel free to add yours too! Also in many cases I would have to write almost every author’s work because they all have a similar vibe, but I limited myself to writing one or two.

* I’ve written this super quick so sorry if there are any spelling mistakes in the titles/authors names.

* If you have any questions/suggestions my ask box is always open. x

Now the list:

I’d like to dedicate it to @gwenie for being amazing although I basically disappeared for almost a month!



- Sun, moon and Talia. Basile.
- The buried moon. Joseph Jacobs.
- Magic America. C.E. Medford.
- Alice in Wonderland. Lewis Carroll.
- Through the looking glass. Lewis Carroll.
- Peter Pan. James Barry.
- The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Frank Baum.
- Hans Christian Andersen Fairytales.
- Grimm Brother’s Fairytales.
- The girl with glass feet. Ali Shaw.
- The little prince. Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
- The ocean at the end of the lane. Neil Gaiman.
- The book of lost things. John Connolly.
- The girl who circumnavigated fairyland in a ship of her own making. Catheryne M. Valente.


- Tao Te Ching. Lao Tzu.
- Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency. Douglas Adams.
- The razor’s edge. William Somerset Maugham.
- A season in hell. Arthur Rimbaud.
- Illuminations. Arthur Rimbaud.
- Poems by Walt Whitman.
- Les fleurs du mal. Charles Baudelaire.
- The picture of Dorian Gray. Oscar Wilde.
- Lolita. Vladimir Nabokov.
- Enid Blyton books.
- A midsummer’s night’s dream. William Shakespeare.
- Steppenwolf. Hermann Hesse.
- Siddharta. Hermann Hesse.
- Jonathan Livingston Seagull. Richard Bach.
- Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance. Robert Pirsig.
- The secret garden. Frances Hodgson.

60s related:

- Prodigal summer. Barbary Kingsolver.
- Bohemian manifesto. Laren Stover.
- Hippie. Barry Miles.
- The hippie handbook. Chelsea Cain.
- Bob Dylan: Chronicles. Bob Dylan.
- Shout! A Beatles biography. Philip Norman.
- The Kinks. Jon Savage.
- Summer of love. Lisa Mason.
- In his own write. John Lennon.
- A Spaniard in the works. John Lennon.
- Me, I, myself. George Harrison.
- The electric kool aid acid test. Tom Wolfe.
- The doors of perception. Aldous Huxley.
- On the road. Jack Kerouac.
- Howl. Allen Ginsberg.

Modern (ish):

- Dash and Lily’s book of dares. David Levithan.
- The Prophet. Kahlil Gibran.
- Looking for Jack Kerouac. Barbara
- Reunited. Hilary Weisman.
- Station Eleven. Emily St. John.
- The perks of being a wallflower. Stephen Chbosky.


- Emerald City. Mathew W. Klingle.
- Legends of the Chelsea Hotel. Ed Hamilton.
- The rainbow goblins. Ul de Rico.
- The rainbow book. Kate Ohrt.
- Flower crowns: 30 enchanting DIY floral creations. Christy Meisner.
- Grow your own vegetables. Joy Larkom.
- Tree houses you can actually build. David Stiles.
- Bohemian style. Elizabeth Wilhide.
- The edible flower garden. Rosalind Creasy.