eenjolras:

when you accidentally start watching a crime show and can’t get yourself to switch the channel because now you wanna know who fucking did it

(via the-80s-do-it-better)

rustedknees:

the more I think about it, the more I realize that 2009 me would be pretty scared/intimidated by 2014 me and that’s what counts

(via hornedunicorn)

Led Zeppelin poses for a series of multiple exposure solo portraits in 1969.

(Source: babeimgonnaleaveu, via hippie-musician)

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jasminesbrain:

led-zeppelin-forever:

"I think this is the song of hope" - Robert Plant

it definitely is.

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officialkeithrichards:

sister—morphine:

Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, 1972

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vhitolaiho:

Jeff ament interview - Boston ‘94

(via eddievedderswave)

onesteppcloser:

imagine right before you fall asleep you get to see previews to 3 dreams and then you get to decide which dream you want for that night.

(via buckethatsnacid)

arctic-wankies:

Do I Wanna Know? + One for the Road + Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?

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save-ferris-from-all-the-fandoms:

Strawberry fields forever…

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soundsof71:

Lou Reed, Transformer, which he began recording in December 1971. 

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im-mrs-trevor-philips:

22 years ago today Nirvana played at Reading Festival , 08/30/1992 .

Dave Grohl :"I really thought, this will be a disaster, this will be the end of our career for sure . Kurt had been in and out of rehab, communication in the band was beginning to be strained. Kurt was living in L.A., Krist and I were in Seattle. People weren’t even sure if we were going to show up. We rehearsed once, the night before, and it wasn’t good . It turned out to be a wonderful show, and it healed us for a little while.”

(via theneedfornirvana)

It only costs $0.00 to keep it real

(Source: functionallydisabled, via 420dongsquad)