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One baby to another said, “I’m lucky to have met you.”I don’t care what you think unless it is about me.It is now my duty to completely drain you.A travel through a tube and end up in your infection.Chew your meat for you.Pass it back and forth.In a passionate kissfrom my mouth to yours,'cuz I like you…
( Nirvana - Drain you)
(Picture - Harry Hilliard and Theda Bara in ROMEO AND JULIET 1916)

One baby to another said, “I’m lucky to have met you.”
I don’t care what you think unless it is about me.
It is now my duty to completely drain you.
A travel through a tube and end up in your infection.

Chew your meat for you.
Pass it back and forth.
In a passionate kiss
from my mouth to yours,
'cuz I like you

( Nirvana - Drain you)

(Picture - Harry Hilliard and Theda Bara in ROMEO AND JULIET 1916)

Donnie Darko (2001)

Released on 2001 Donnie Darko is a hypnotic movie  with an instigator story and an atmosphere that makes you discover something new every time you watch, of course that the predominantly 80’s soundtrack (Pop/Pos-Punk/New Wave/Alternative Rock) gives a lot of support to plot of the movie. The highlight of this soundtrack is the cover of Tears for Fears song “Mad World” performed by Gary Jules, the dramatic lyric of the song  characterizes the drama lived by Donnie Darko.

The first Album was released on 2002 consisted of 16 instrumental songs written and  created by Micheal Andrews, and two covers of the song  Mad World by Tears for Fears  performed by Gary Rules.

Coinciding with the release of the director’s cut, the second album with all the songs of the movie , was released in the United Kingdom on 2004. Originally some songs of this second album was to be the first on the album, but because of  the problem with copyright or royalties  this was not possible at the time.

  1. Never Tear Us Apart - by INXS
  2. Head Over Heels - by Tears for Fears
  3. Under the Milky Way -  by The Church
  4. Lucid Memory -  by Sam Bauer and Gerard Bauer
  5. Lucid Assembly -  by Gerard Bauer and Mike Bauer
  6. Ave Maria -  by Vladimir Vavilov and Paul Pritchard
  7. For Whom the Bell Tolls - by Steve Baker and Carmen Daye
  8. Show Me (Part 1) - by Quito Colayco and Tony Hertz
  9. Notorious - by Duran Duran
  10. Stay -  by Oingo Boingo
  11. Love Will Tear Us Apart - by Joy Division
  12. The Killing Moon -  by Echo & the Bunnymen
For all Donnie Darko fans:
There is an Interesting website where you have to solve some enigmas to understand the facts of the film - Donniedarkofilm .

Morning after is a BITCH: My hungover explained with music.


After hang out with my friends ,get “a few” drinks and made a lot of “friends”( that I can’t even name none of them), I had an inspiration to explain my hungover feelings with music.

Well…let me start:

First :

Something I try to convince myself when I wake up…

♫Non, rien de rien

Non, je ne regrette rien

Ni le bien qu’on m’a fait, ni le mal

Tout ça m’est bien égal

Non, rien de rien

Non, je ne regrette rien

C’est payé, balayé, oublié

Je me fous du passé♫


Then I try to sleep again and the “Moral Hangover” scream in my head: 

♫I cant get to sleep

I think about the implications

Of diving in too deep

And possibly the complications

Specially at night

I worry over situations

I know it’ll be alright

Perhaps it’s just imagination♫

(Men at Work - Overkill)

On the breakfast ( Or Lunch…brunch) I make a decision :

I’ll not to drink ANYMORE…

♫ I don’t wanna be the girl who laughs the loudest

Or the girl who never wants to be alone

I don’t wanna be there call at 4 o’clock in the morning

Cause I’m the only one you know in the world that won’t be home♫


Then I try to remember: WHAT A HELL DID I TALKED or DID LAST NIGHT?

♫ Whiskey river take my mind don’t let her memory torture me

Whiskey river don’t run dry you’re all I’ve got take care of me

Whiskey river take my mind don’t let her memory torture me

Whiskey river don’t run dry you’re all I’ve got take care of me

I’m drowning in a whiskey river bathin’ my memoried mind in the wetness of its odor♫

Willie Nelson - wHISKEY RIVER ( in my case is Vodka…I don’t get Whiskey)

Than I think: No suprises! …(Radiohead)

♫You look so tired and unhappy

Bring down the government

They don’t, they don’t speak for us

I’ll take a quiet life

A handshake of carbon monoxide ♫

Even if I’m thinking about:

How To Disappear Completely…(Radiohead AGAIN)

♫In a little while

I’ll be gone

The moment’s already passed

Yeah it’s gone

And I’m not here

This isn’t happening

I’m not here

I’m not here♫

I try to think positive. I’m living a new day…But I know that I will start think positive later at night…after all is saturday.


Almost Famous Complete Soundtrack!

Well , I’ll put in this post the original and the additional music from ALMOST FAMOUS. The complete soundtrack that gives  a special meaning and complete every scene of this movie. I can’t talk so much about this movie and what it means to me, because I love everything about Almost Famous(even the Chipmunk song) and I don’t want to write a book here. The Story is a Dream! We can feel the love and the dedication of Cameron Crowe about this film! If you never watch this movie, and Love Rock Roll..YOU MUST HAVE TO WATCH!Thank You Cameron Crowe for sharing with us your lovely experience with the Magic Age of rock N Roll! ( I’m writing a post with  all the curiosities about this movie) - Enjoy all songs in the real soundtrack!

  1. The Chipmunk Song - by The Chipmunks
  2. The Oogum Boogum Song - by Brenton Wood
  3. America - by Simon & Garfunkel *
  4. Sparks - by The Who *
  5. Search and Destroy - by The Stooges
  6. It Wouldn’t Have Made Any Difference  - by Todd Rundgren *
  7. Paranoid by Black Sabbath
  8. Teacher - by Jethro Tull
  9. Roundabout - by Yes
  10. I’ve Seen All Good People - by Yes *
  11. Feel Flows - by The Beach Boys*
  12. River - by Joni Mitchell
  13. Sweet Leaf - by Black Sabbath
  14. Fever Dog - by Stillwater *
  15. Every Picture Tells a Story by Rod Stewart *
  16. Small Time Blues - by Pete Droge
  17. Something In the Air - by Thunderclap Newman *
  18. Easy to Sli - by Little Feat
  19. Go All the Way - by The Raspberries
  20. Mr. Farmer - by The Seeds *
  21. One Way Out - by The Allman Brothers Band *
  22. Hour of Need - by Stillwater
  23. Albert Flasher - by The Guess Who
  24. Simple Man - by Lynyrd Skynyrd * 
  25. That’s the Way - by Led Zeppelin *
  26. Love Thing -  by Stillwater
  27. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere - by Neil Young
  28. Future Games - by Fleetwood Mac
  29. Burn - by Deep Purple
  30. You Had to Be There - by Stillwater
  31. Tiny Dancer - by Elton John *
  32. Dear Jill - by Blodwyn Pig
  33. Reeling in the Years - by Steely Dan
  34. Looking at You - by MC5
  35. Love Comes and Goes - by Stillwater
  36. Voodoo Child (Slight Return) - by Jimi Hendrix
  37. I’m Waiting for the Man - by David Bowie *
  38. Slip Away - by Clarence Carter * 
  39. The Wind - by Cat Stevens * 
  40. Wishing Well - by Free
  41. Peggy Sue - Buddy Holly
  42. Misty Mountain Hop - by Led Zeppelin
  43. Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters - by Elton John
  44. The Cover of ‘Rolling Stone - Performed by Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show
  45. My Cherie Amour - by Stevie Wonder
  46. Colour My World - Written by James Pankow
  47. Cortez the Killer - by Neil Young
  48. The Rain Song - by Led Zeppelin
  49. Bron-Y-Aur - by Led Zeppelin
  50. Tangerine - by Led Zeppelin
  51. Chance Upon You - (only in untitled director’s cut) - by Stillwater
  52. Lucky Trumble - by Nancy Wilson *

* (On the original soundtrack)


The Crow Soundtrack (1994)

The album featured covers, including Nine Inch Nails who covered Joy Division’s "Dead Souls", Pantera who covered Poison Idea’s "The Badge", and Rollins Band who covered Suicide’s "Ghost Rider", which is about a Marvel Comics character. Rage Against the Machine re-recorded their 1991 b-side "Darkness of Greed" and renamed it "Darkness" for this soundtrack. The Cure also re-wrote their song “Burn” for the movie.

The inclusion of songs written by The Cure and Joy Division are notable because the influences of both bands are present in the original comic book. James O’Barr, the creator of The Crow, reprinted the lyrics to the song “The Hanging Garden” by The Cure on an entire page, and some chapters of the comic book are named after Joy Division songs, "Atmosphere" and “Atrocity Exhibition”, for example. In one panel, Eric even quotes a lyric from the song "Disorder" from the album Unknown Pleasures. O’Barr was a big fan of both bands when he was creating the comic book.

The list of artists contributing to the soundtrack was a veritable who’s who of late eighties and early nineties alt-rock bands who were well respected outside of the pop-rock genre. Unlike most album soundtracks, the Crow soundtrack serves as an introduction and a primer to the era’s musical style.


  1. Burn - The Cure
  2. Golgotha Tenement Blues - Machines of Loving Grace
  3. Big Empty - Stone Temple Pilots
  4. Dead Souls - Nine Inch Nails (Joy Division cover)
  5. Darkness - Rage Against the Machine
  6. Color Me Once - Violent Femmes
  7. Ghostrider - Rollins Band (Suicide cover)
  8. Milktoast(also known as “Milquetoast”) - Helmet
  9. The Badge - Pantera (Poison Idea cover)
  10. Slip Slide Melting - For Love Not Lisa (For Love Not Lisa)
  11. After the Flesh- My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult
  12. Snakedriver - The Jesus and Mary Chain
  13. Time Baby III - Medicine
  14. It Can’t Rain All the Time - Jane Siberry

In my opinion the movie is great (breath-taking), Brandon Lee ,who unfortunately died while shooting one of the scenes of the movie, did an AMAZING performance as The Crow. His acting and the soundtrack gives a special meaning to this movie

(Lucy Anjos)

Source - Wikipedia