why does this look like an album cover

anonymous asked:

Why does Lana continue to use her sister Chuck for her album covers? Granted that LFL's cover is an upgrade to Honeymoon but it still isn't that great a cover. It looks like a picture that belongs INSIDE the booklet, not the cover. I wish Lana would use a cover with photographs taken by Neil or Nicole. That BTD album cover was so iconic.

I agree that it does look like it belongs in the booklet, and it is kind of disappointing that it looks like a LOVE bts, but like you said it’s so much better than the HM cover. I wish Lana brought back Nicole since she shot that amazing BTD & Paradise cover, but I think since Lana and Chuck are so close, Chuck can give Lana what she’s imagining for the cover. Somebody also mentioned on LB that Lana likes to incorporate her family/love interest in her career

anonymous asked:

Ugh we all know their album is gonna flop, let's just hope no one more popular than them (which is pretty much any artist) releases anything in the same time bc it will flop even more or let's hope it does flop so capital records (which is in charge of hi or hey drops them) also why does the cover look like the 1975's album cover 👀☕️🐸

Exactly👌🏼 like if it flops, even more, we might get more drama/pr, and I’m sick and tired of it. Idk if Capitol will even drop them if they flop because knowing them there’s always “another way”. 

☕️ I’m not surprised that it looks kind of similar because they always tend to get their

“i n s p i r a t i o n” 

other artist/s on songs, albums, titles/names, etc. 


Lazytown Songs Explained
  • Always a Way: this song literally inspired me to graduate
  • Anything Can Happen: shit tier compared to Always a Way but still good
  • Bing Bang: this song is the only reason i haven't killed myself
  • Cooking by the Book: lil Jon
  • Energy: this was the song that made my mom wanna fuck sportacus. not the actor. just sportacus
  • Galaxy: Stephanie clearly has a tenuous grasp on the understanding of our solar system and the mechanics that go into constructing a functioning rocket ship
  • Take a Vacation: Stephanie evidently has some ulterior motives to destroy Sportacus and I am skeptical of her presence
  • Gizmo Guy: fucking millennials
  • Go For It: i never realized how beautiful Robbie Rotten's eyes are also all of Stephanie's songs are basically her reinstating the original Always a Way message and I am thoroughly disappointed with the lack of character development for Stephanie throughout the show
  • Good Stuff: why does Stephanie actually look like the album cover for Joanne
  • Good to be Bad: stop trying to alter Robbie's personality just because he doesn't fit into the artificial mold that Sportcus and Stephanie have crafted for the people of Lazytown
  • Have You Never: i actually really love this song don't @ me
  • I'm a Prince: i want the entire Lazytown cast to fly over to my home and perform this song for me live on my sixteenth birthday
  • I Can Move: it's called muscular dystrophy, Stephanie
  • Lazy Scouts: robbie rotten is a straight up G
  • Man on a Mission: THAT FUCKING SAX SOLO THO
  • Master of Disguise: "you walk right by me, not knowing that im slimy"
  • The Mine Song: ok so if i die i want my tombstone to display an IPad mini and on that IPad mini i would like this song to be played in a continuous loop connected to three speakers that will amplify the sound across the entire graveyard
  • Playtime: my mood is the chubby blonde puppet that's keeping the best with trashcans and lollipops
  • Spooky Song: 3spooky5me
  • Step by Step: unoriginal. literally the same concept as Cooking by the Book but less iconic.
  • Teamwork: use the concept of teamwork to exploit ur puppet friends
  • Twenty Times Time: get this fucking toothbrush propaganda out of my lazy home in my lazy town
  • Welcome to Lazytown: honestly truly iconic
  • Woof Woof Woof: Robbie Rotten realizes that playing god is never the answer
Ignore The Mistletoe

Summary: It’s your annual Christmas party that you host for your friends every year, but this time around things are feeling a bit different. Will you ever build up the courage to tell one of your best friends that you’re in love with him? Some coaxing from your friends help you make a decision.

Words: 1,378 (1,479 including song lyrics)

Jared x Reader

Song: Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (cover by Jensen Ackles from Jason Mann’s “Christmas With Friends” album)

Warnings: none

Notes: This is my entry for @thing-you-do-with-that-thing​‘s “Kari’s Christmas Quickie Challenge.” I realized I haven’t written like, any Jared, so I thought I’d give this a shot. Let me know what you think! And Merry Christmas! 🎅🏻🎄🎅🏻🎄

Originally posted by bookwormirmak

Your name: submit What is this?

“Why does Frosty the Snowman look like a demon?”

You rolled your eyes, smirking at Jensen’s remark. “Because that stupid show of yours has convinced you that all things magical are demonic. Even sweet children’s show characters.”

Jensen pursed his lips and scrunched his eyebrows. “Nah, it’s the eyes. Coal? Black?” He took a sip of his eggnog. “And I’m not convinced of anything. Not a stupid show,” he mumbled into his mug.

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Favorite Scene from Each Episode of Veronica Mars - 1.15

Pick your favorite scene from the episode and tell us why it’s your favorite. Remember to tag your post #vm episodes.


Okay, I really need to step up my game here ngsezdeputyleoisacreep is already into season 2 and I’m… well… I’m not. Can I plead “fan fiction” for my slowness?  That’s a legitimate defense, right? RIGHT?

Anyway, if you’re following my favorite scene posts (or just following me- in a non-stalkerish kind of way) then you know how I feel about LoVe so it’s probably pretty easy to guess my favorite scenes:

The -“She’s a keeper!” scene where we get to watch Logan and Veronica role play. I love how quickly Logan falls in line. His ex-friend-cum-enemy-cum-investigator hurries across the lobby calling him honey and kissing him on the cheek and he goes with it. I wish there had been more scenes in the series of Logan and Veronica investigating together and role playing under covers… uh, I mean undercover.

And can I mention Veronica’s wedding planning album? Actually, I could probably write an entire post about that album (so here goes). This album does not look like a hastily thrown together prop, it looks like an actual book “pre-series Veronica” put together while dreaming about her wedding day. Part of why I think the book is real is the wonderful contrast of “before” -hearts and flowers, wears a lot of pink- Veronica and the cynical, jaded girl we meet in the original opening of the Pilot “I’m never getting married. You want an absolute? Well, there it is. Veronica Mars,spinster.” I don’t know if this was intentional on the part of Rob Thomas, but I think it was and it’s BRILLIANT.

The other reason I believe the book is real and there to show us the difference between before and after Veronica has to do with this scene:

Duncan is wondering if his best friend has just asked Veronica to the dance and this exchange takes place:

VERONICA: [in her best breathless girlie speak] No, no one’s asked. But I’m pining away by the phone waiting for that special boy to call.

DUNCAN: Hm. [playfully] You never know.

I’ll come back to the “you never know” in a minute, but Veronica is looking at Duncan and she starts to come to the realization that what they once had was not in fact real love- it was only the fantasy of the same girl who made that wedding planner:

VERONICA VOICEOVER: I mean, sure, once upon a time that special boy did call and the spring dance was the crowning moment of my fairy tale-esque teen girl life. But now I know better. It felt like love but maybe it was just- 

NOT love. And if we need further proof that what Veronica and Duncan had was not real, Rob Thomas gives it to us with the mystery-of-the-week. Caterina Lenova is ostensibly looking for the love of her life. She tells Veronica that she made a mistake letting him go because he’s her soulmate. This mystery is meant to parallel Veronica’s relationship with Duncan, which is why Veronica seems a little melancholy throughout the episode -perhaps wishing things had been different with Duncan. But then we learn it was a con and -just like the Donut fairytale- it was all fake. 

It’s a masterful piece of storytelling. What on the surface seems real -Veronica wanting Duncan and being sad that he’s moving on with Meg- is in actuality what is fake. While what appeared to be fake -Logan and Veronica pretending to be a married couple- turns out to be real. This episode is what helps us (the audience) let go of any idea of Duncan and Veronica while at the same time helping us embrace the future of Logan and Veronica.

Remember the: “waiting for that special boy” and the “you never know” - we actually DO know because this heartbreaking scene is filled with true, honest emotions. It is a moment of bonding that can never be replicated and it plants the seed for a connection between Logan and Veronica that can span years and continents and can turn nine-years-of-radio-silence into bygones.