That day when you learnt your favorite fictional character dies, nothing is immortal. ㅜㅜ
Don’t you miss those badass The Killlers songs? I don’t say I don’t like other songs of them but I just miss that very manly voice of Brandon Flowers in Mr. Brightside and Smile Like You Mean It. I have the Direct Hits Album and it’s pretty much my default TK playlist right before they released it. Moreover, I particularly loved All The Pretty Faces, Irreplaceable, The Way It Was, Bones and Tranquilize (forever!).
I wish they still continue making good music but keep his old voice. What pathetic! I mean those songs that I really dig were all about hate, angst, if they were Brandon’s oh well. But perhaps they can still make more good songs that doesn’t really talk about similar topics in Hot Fuss (though it’s the best for me) if they ought to. Do I make sense? Just my two cents.
The Killers was a huge part of my rebel youth. Back when I feel disgusted about love. haha
Monday and everything is in its place
But then again I feel replaced
Where do I really belong
I feel so alone
Been browsing all Nirvana photos all over the web for a while now and I came to realize how beautiful person Kurt was. He must be the sexiest man on Earth for me and his eyes were just perfect. Sometimes I wish I met him in real life or even in my dreams haha. As for Dave Grohl, he’s kinda attractive then and now. I’m fond of his long black hair and mustache. Kirst is such a gentle giant and he looked so cool.
Ugh how many years till it all came back to me. But why just now? During Nirvana’s reign, I was a toddler though in my adolescence years, guys in my hood had been playing their songs loudly on street parties or plain drinking sessions. It was a mosh pit party. Smells Like Teen Spirit, Lithium, and Come As You Are to name a few. That was a proof that Nirvana was part of their youth and they must have found themselves in those songs.
It was a sight to see. I wish I was older that time to comprehend it well. Gladly, it remains in my memories. And now I can simply conclude that Nirvana touched every youth who listened to them and it started a whole new generation which they named Generation X. I was a kiddo back then but I’m grateful it was preserved up until my blooming years. I owe it to the junkies who were never tired of playing their albums and slammed each other in their own street mosh pit despite angry moms like my mom haha. I secretly wanted to join them. Any 90s kids here? How did Nirvana touch your lives?
Beer, donuts, Nirvana on loop then I’m solved. I tried to work but it’s not easy. Found myself spacing out most of the time. I still wish to meet a new soul and talk about Nirvana all day long. :3
I always find comfort in listening to Club 8. I had some gloomy days this week because of reading/watching Kurt Cobain. Time for something cheery. But I still think of Kurt every once in a while. Le sigh~
Suddenly want to learn tabs of The Man Who Sold The World and sing it that way Kurt Cobain did. With all due respects to David Bowie, of course. I’m just raping the play button. It’s just so perfect. They are both so perfect.
Seriously, I don’t mind other stuff about my life now but their music. I want to tell more about how I feel with somebody.
I wish I could talk to somebody who digs what I dig now. I feel damn isolated. Whenever I try to open up something, others will divert to their own nonsense topics. I wish I had more REAL friends, we have the same vices, we dig same things.