a langst au where lance keeps getting told he talks to much, complains and flirts too much
lance stops talking altogether. no comments, flirts, not even any laughter
when the other paladins try to ask him about it, he just shakes his head and shrugs them off
days go by, and lance still hasn’t said a word, and the other paladins are starting to worry a lot more
one of them finally confronts lance, with the altean equivalent of pen and paper, and gently persuade him to write down what’s wrong
he writes “i didn’t want to annoy you anymore, so i had my vocal chords removed on the last planet”
i wouldn’t normally upload a whole track but i feel like i’m having a religious experience listening to this and need to share, but if u listen closely at around 1:49 - 2:00 ish u can hear the screaming vocals a lil better than in the original version [ i do not own this song, all credits to 5sos and co. ]
So for the longest time I’ve wanted to know why Calum sang Invisible by himself.
Like what was going on when they were recording the song?? Did they all agree that the song would sound better if Ashton or Calum sang it because they have some pretty soft sounding voices??? Or did Calum decide hey I wanna sing this song by myself??
If he did why?? Is he telling us something? Is that his way of telling us he feels invisible?? Cause if so that’s really sad and it breaks my heart. But it also got me thinking. Does he feel that way cause there are people in this fandom and outside of the fandom that make him feel like that or is it because he doesn’t get the recognition and credit that he deserves?? If that is so, then I wanna take this time to give him some credit.
Calum, you deserve all the credit in the world and I just wanna thank you for being the one to sing Invisible because the song already means a lot to me but the fact that you sing it makes it that much more special to me.
Your bass playing is amazing and while sometimes it can’t be heard in the song it’s still phenomenal. The other night I was listening to Disconnected Removed Vocals and I heard the bass clearly then and I’m truly amazed. You never seem to fail me and always exceed my expectations.
I wanna thank you for still being so quite and shy in interviews. It’s very refreshing because I’m so quite and shy I don’t talk unless I feel like I should say something. So thank you for not changing that about you.
And this one is definitely the most important to me. Thank you for writing my number one favourite song.
Disconnected. Thank you. That song has gotten me through a lot of shit since its release. When I’m mad, sad, upset, happy, lonely, Invisible, unwanted, unloved, when I’m feeling anything that is the song I put on. That is my go to song. And when I hear that song I get the biggest smile on my face and it feels like a weight has been lifted of my chest.
So Calum, thank you. Thank you for being you. Thank you for writing songs. Thank you for playing the bass. Thank you for your smile. Thank you for Disconnected. Thank you for everything.
HELLO! i’ve met some people who have wanted to stan shinee, and asked for information on them, so i decided to make this huge post for anyone who wants to know more about shinee and/or potentially stan!!! all are welcome!!!
they tried to get noodle to eat brussels sprouts when she was little and they went on a health kick. she didn’t understand what they were called and thought they were called russel sprouts. to this day brussels sprouts are referred to as russel sprouts by everyone in the band and this is just an accepted phrase now. whenever they pass the produce aisle someone inevitably yells “hey russel!” and holds up a brussels sprout when he looks over (at least, 2d and noodle do. murdoc tends to just chuck a brussels sprout at russ’s head from all the way across the aisle and then pretend it wasn’t him.)
they all love the beatles so much. they tend to play beatles songs to warm up before practice; can’t buy me love was a favorite of noodle’s when she was little because 2d would dance with her and swing her around during the instrumental part while they sang. i want to hold your hand is also a popular one because during the bridge — “and when i touch you i feel happy inside” — 2d and noodle go all fake-sentimental and dramatically sigh and swoon all over the room. usually they sing to russ and get him to clasp their hands during this part or stroke murdoc’s face dramatically (he always pushes them away but he’s laughing.) one of the first songs murdoc learned was blackbird and he tends to play it to himself in his room when he’s alone, singing quietly. he taught it to noodle when she was really young and caught him singing it and even now, sometimes they’ll sit in the studio with their guitars singing blackbird together — it’s their thing.
His name escaped your lips like a song, singing his praises as he fingers moved inside you like magic. His mouth found your sensitive buds, nibbling gently while his tongue flicked over each one with care. He was torturous, speeding up to make your body weak only to slow back down, always watching how you rode the waves his motions made.
“More,” you whimpered, feeling light headed from the pleasure his lips and fingers were administering.
Picking up hitchhikers is dangerous, or so I’ve been told. Women
in particular are warned to be cautious of strangers asking for a ride. I am a
small lady, no more than five feet tall. I should be more careful. I have more
to worry about than myself after all.
But when I saw the shivering couple on the corner, the soft
snowflakes landing on their ragged clothes, I could not help myself. I ordered
my driver to pull over and opened the door.
On this day in music history: May 3, 1986 - “Addicted To Love” by Robert Palmer hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 1 week. Written by Robert Palmer, it is the biggest hit for the blue eyed soul and rock vocalist from Batley, West Yorkshire, UK. After the huge success of The Power Station’s self titled album in 1985, singer Robert Palmer once again collaborates with producer and musician Bernard Edwards for his seventh studio album “Riptide”. Recording at Compass Point Studios (owned by Island Records founder Chris Blackwell), in Nassau, The Bahamas, Edwards assembles a crack team of musicians to play on the album including former Duran Duran guitarist Andy Taylor, drummer Tony Thompson, keyboardist Wally Badarou, and the producer himself on bass. “Addicted To Love” is originally conceived as duet between Palmer and singer Chaka Khan, but the track is remixed with Khan’s vocals removed before the albums release. Her label Warner Bros refuses grant clearance for the track to be released as a single with her voice on it. With Chaka featured on the “Krush Groove” and “Miami Vice” soundtracks during 1985, and also scheduled to release her seventh solo album “Destiny” in the first half of 1986, her label fears overexposure by having so many records out in such a brief time span. However, she is credited with arranging the vocals on the finished recording. Released as the second single from “Riptide” in January of 1986, it quickly hits the charts. Entering the Hot 100 at #83 on February 8, 1986, it climbs to the top of the chart twelve weeks later. The songs popularity is bolstered by an instantly memorable and iconic music video directed by British fashion photographer Terrence Donovan. It features Palmer fronting a band consisting of five fashion models all wearing identical clothing, hair styles and make up. The single wins Palmer his first Grammy Award for Best Rock Vocal Performance in 1987. During the songs run on the charts, Island Records in the US releases “Addicted” with two different picture sleeves, the first being a head shot of Palmer, and the second a still photo from the music video. “Addicted To Love” is certified Gold in the US by the RIAA.