It’s week in review, baby

Having a good week

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Originally posted by yeowangs

Get low, get low

  • (Ships) Sterek (Teen Wolf’s Stiles Stilinski and Derek Hale) drops twelve to No. 18. Must be a full moon.
  • (TV) How to Get Away with Murder drops nearly dead last at No. 17.
  • (Movies) Though its appearance is still impressive considering it has yet to be released, The Shape of Water drips twelve spots to No. 18.
  • (Music) Rah rah ah-ah-ah! Ro mah ro-mah-mah! Gaga oh-la-la! Lady Gaga is No. 20. :(
  • (K-Pop) NCT Dream is living a nightmare, barely hanging in there at No. 19.
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Originally posted by bunnierz

Hey, baby. There ain’t no easy way out.

Even if Tom Petty (No. 3) wasn’t your choice of music, chances are he was playing in the background at different points in your life. Free Fallin’ as your parents drive you to school. American Girl on the radio at the pool, just barely loud enough to hear over splashing and laughing and whistles and yelling. Mary Jane’s Last Dance being covered by a local band in a local dive bar the night you turned 21. Wildflowers stuttering from a static-filled FM station in a beat-up ‘02 Buick on a day you were feeling good and the sun was out. Wildflowers stuttering from a static-filled FM station the first time you got dumped.

He gave us the greatest gift a musician could give his audience. He gave us a soundtrack to our memories. Thank you, Tom Petty.

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Originally posted by farawayfeeling

So a few weekend ago I visited an amusement park called Cedar Point. It’s in Sandusky, Ohio, and it was themed for Halloween. I found this little decoration piece of all of the rockers who have passed on by the decade. I thought it was pretty neat.

Here are the 1950s:

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60s:

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70s:

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80s:

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90s:


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2000s:

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2010s:

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Ginger Baker isn’t here because I took these before he had died