More, Now And Again

fuckyeahmsp:

When you’re having a lousy day, there’s nothing like a Manics pic spam to help.

Agreed. It’s how I survive most work days xxx

Manic Street Preachers - Between The Clock And The Bed
92 plays

Hatred and failure go perfectly together
Like the quick and the sand, beautiful and damned
I live through these moments again and again
Repeated images of enemies and friends

angelswatchingover:

Sweet + Smooth + Character = Jensen

angelswatchingover:

Sweet + Smooth + Character = Jensen

[Japan was] responsible for my most perfect twentieth-century moment. We were travelling into Tokyo in a taxi, it was pissing down with rain, we were all really tired and silent, we were going over this passover, listening to Joy Division’s “The Eternal”, and everything all of a sudden went into slow motion. I know it sounds like “my life is a film”, but it was. It was the only time music has turned a living moment into moving cinema for me. You always want to write your own script… I don’t subscribe to that lemming theory about Japan, but the regimentation of the whole situation was perfect. I just remember imagining that everyone could hear this song. The cars in the distance, the people walking to work on the pavement…
James Dean Bradfield (via handsfullofglory)
Manic Street Preachers - Between The Clock And The Bed
92 plays

Hatred and failure go perfectly together
Like the quick and the sand, beautiful and damned
I live through these moments again and again
Repeated images of enemies and friends

richie9221401:

"We are just another band in the racks, but with more intelligence."  -Richey Edwards

richie9221401:

"We are just another band in the racks, but with more intelligence."
-Richey Edwards

richie9221401:

"We must write our thoughts without any regard for structure or tone. It’s up to James to fit it in. Sometimes he has a really impossible line, or something he doesn’t want to sing, so he cuts it. We usually give him a page of words and let him choose. We’ve never cared about our lyrics being cut up. Some of our favourite authors, like Burroughs, did that anyway. Kerouac never used full stops or commas."  -Richey Edwards

richie9221401:

"We must write our thoughts without any regard for structure or tone. It’s up to James to fit it in. Sometimes he has a really impossible line, or something he doesn’t want to sing, so he cuts it. We usually give him a page of words and let him choose. We’ve never cared about our lyrics being cut up. Some of our favourite authors, like Burroughs, did that anyway. Kerouac never used full stops or commas."
-Richey Edwards