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  • Трохи стомлені, але дуже задоволені продуктивними репетиціями 🌊
    #epolets #дітиморя #odessa
  • Трохи стомлені, але дуже задоволені продуктивними репетиціями 🌊
#epolets #дітиморя #odessa
  •  10  1 1 minute ago
  • “I love to dress killer, but with taste, my stage costumes are special fun. You do not just come to the concert, it is also a fashion show. I like to change clothes during the performance, these are all elements of the theater. I go on stage after Brian's guitar solo - and the viewer knows that something is going to happen now!
    It is just a form of growth. It bothers to wear the same costumes and look the same. I just love to dress up. I went from ballet to hard leather look. This leather image appeared after visiting a bar in Germany - and, of course, I wear it purely for show off.
    I love the skin. I imagine myself to be something like a black panther. ”

    Excerpt from a book
    Freddie Mercury. Life is his words
    Greg Brooks «Я люблю одеваться убийственно, но со вкусом, мои сценические костюмы — это особое веселье. Вы приходите не просто на концерт, это еще и показ мод. Мне нравится переодеваться во время представления, это всё элементы театра. Я выхожу на сцену после гитарного соло Брайана — и зритель знает, что сейчас что-то случится!
    Это просто форма роста. Надоедает носить одни и те же костюмы и выглядеть одинаково. Я просто люблю наряжаться. Я прошел от балетного периода до жесткого кожаного образа. Этот кожаный имидж появился после посещения бара в Германии — и, конечно, я ношу это чисто для выпендрежа.
    Я люблю кожу. Я воображаю себя чем-то вроде черной пантеры.» Отрывок из книги
    Фредди Меркьюри. Жизнь его словами
    Грег Брукс.
  • “I love to dress killer, but with taste, my stage costumes are special fun. You do not just come to the concert, it is also a fashion show. I like to change clothes during the performance, these are all elements of the theater. I go on stage after Brian's guitar solo - and the viewer knows that something is going to happen now!
It is just a form of growth. It bothers to wear the same costumes and look the same. I just love to dress up. I went from ballet to hard leather look. This leather image appeared after visiting a bar in Germany - and, of course, I wear it purely for show off.
I love the skin. I imagine myself to be something like a black panther. ”

Excerpt from a book
Freddie Mercury. Life is his words
Greg Brooks «Я люблю одеваться убийственно, но со вкусом, мои сценические костюмы — это особое веселье. Вы приходите не просто на концерт, это еще и показ мод. Мне нравится переодеваться во время представления, это всё элементы театра. Я выхожу на сцену после гитарного соло Брайана — и зритель знает, что сейчас что-то случится!
Это просто форма роста. Надоедает носить одни и те же костюмы и выглядеть одинаково. Я просто люблю наряжаться. Я прошел от балетного периода до жесткого кожаного образа. Этот кожаный имидж появился после посещения бара в Германии — и, конечно, я ношу это чисто для выпендрежа.
Я люблю кожу. Я воображаю себя чем-то вроде черной пантеры.» Отрывок из книги
Фредди Меркьюри. Жизнь его словами
Грег Брукс.
  •  2  1 2 minutes ago

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  • I see the water rushing in.

    I’m sick of lying and telling myself that it’s all good,
    it’s gonna work out.

    Living in doubt.
    Running away from the truth just to accommodate you.
    What can I do?
    Tell me why I should deny who I am, and wear a disguise.

    Unfortunately we built our house on sand, the tide is coming in.
    This is the end.

    I might let go.
    Caught in the undertow, I can’t take this anymore. I might move on.
    Just let go.

    How many mistakes,
    how many days till we find out how much we can take?

    Again and again I play back what was said in the back of my head.
    But that’s in the past, and like life gone,
    you know it’s dead.

    All of this effort for nothing just to hold tight on to something dying in my hands, reeling from losing again.

    Another wave crashes in.
    This is the end

    I might let go.
    Caught in the undertow, I can’t take this anymore.
    I might move on, just let go.

    #beyondoursecrets #metalcore #metal #rock #heavy #metalmusic #rockmusic #heavymetal #music #love #art #lyrics #poetry #night #end #hope #sing #voice #guitar #piano #speakers #microphone #shure #yamaha #alternative #longhair #LP #style
  • I see the water rushing in.

I’m sick of lying and telling myself that it’s all good,
it’s gonna work out.

Living in doubt.
Running away from the truth just to accommodate you.
What can I do?
Tell me why I should deny who I am, and wear a disguise.

Unfortunately we built our house on sand, the tide is coming in.
This is the end.

I might let go.
Caught in the undertow, I can’t take this anymore. I might move on.
Just let go.

How many mistakes,
how many days till we find out how much we can take?

Again and again I play back what was said in the back of my head.
But that’s in the past, and like life gone,
you know it’s dead.

All of this effort for nothing just to hold tight on to something dying in my hands, reeling from losing again.

Another wave crashes in.
This is the end

I might let go.
Caught in the undertow, I can’t take this anymore.
I might move on, just let go.

#beyondoursecrets #metalcore #metal #rock #heavy #metalmusic #rockmusic #heavymetal #music #love #art #lyrics #poetry #night #end #hope #sing #voice #guitar #piano #speakers #microphone #shure #yamaha #alternative #longhair #LP #style
  •  15  0 7 minutes ago

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  • CURÆTION25 -
    The Cure performing “It’s Over” and “It Can Never Be The Same” live at Royal Festival Hall, London on the 24th June 2018.
    The concept of The Cure’s setlist for this show was for the first half to consist of one song from each album starting from 1979 and into present day, this half was titled “From There To Here.” The second set featured the same concept only backwards through the years, this half was titled “From Here To There.”
    The Cure’s setlist for this show:
    (From there to here)
    Three Imaginary Boys (1979)
    At Night (1980)
    Other Voices (1981)
    A Strange Day (1982)
    Bananafishbones (1984)
    A Night Like This (1985)
    Like Cockatoos (1987)
    Pictures Of You (1989)
    High (1992)
    Jupiter Crash (1996)
    39 (2000)
    Us Or Them (2004)
    It’s Over (2008)
    It Can Never Be The Same (2016)
    Setlist 2:
    (From here to there)
    Step Into The Light (2016)
    The Hungry Ghost (2008)
    Alt. End (2004)
    The Last Day Of Summer (2000)
    Want (1996)
    From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea (1992)
    Disintegration (1989)
    If Only Tonight We Could Sleep (1987)
    Sinking (1985)
    Shake Dog Shake (1984)
    One Hundred Years (1982)
    Primary (1981)
    A Forest (1980)
    Boys Don’t Cry (1979)
    (Credit to SDevil on YouTube for the clips)
    #thecure #robertsmith #simongallup #reevesgabrels #rogerodonnell #jasoncooper #cure #cureband #thecurelive #curelive #curefan #curefans #music #rock #rockmusic #guitar #postpunk #newwave #pop #popmusic #alternative #alternativerock #2018 #fanpage #curefanpage #meltdown #curætion25 #londonsouthbank #londonsouthbankcentre #royalfestivalhall
  • CURÆTION25 -
The Cure performing “It’s Over” and “It Can Never Be The Same” live at Royal Festival Hall, London on the 24th June 2018. 
The concept of The Cure’s setlist for this show was for the first half to consist of one song from each album starting from 1979 and into present day, this half was titled “From There To Here.” The second set featured the same concept only backwards through the years, this half was titled “From Here To There.”
The Cure’s setlist for this show:
(From there to here)
Three Imaginary Boys (1979)
At Night (1980)
Other Voices (1981)
A Strange Day (1982)
Bananafishbones (1984)
A Night Like This (1985)
Like Cockatoos (1987)
Pictures Of You (1989)
High (1992)
Jupiter Crash (1996)
39 (2000)
Us Or Them (2004)
It’s Over (2008)
It Can Never Be The Same (2016)
Setlist 2:
(From here to there)
Step Into The Light (2016)
The Hungry Ghost (2008)
Alt. End (2004)
The Last Day Of Summer (2000)
Want (1996)
From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea (1992)
Disintegration (1989)
If Only Tonight We Could Sleep (1987)
Sinking (1985)
Shake Dog Shake (1984)
One Hundred Years (1982)
Primary (1981)
A Forest (1980)
Boys Don’t Cry (1979)
(Credit to SDevil on YouTube for the clips)
#thecure #robertsmith #simongallup #reevesgabrels #rogerodonnell #jasoncooper #cure #cureband #thecurelive #curelive #curefan #curefans #music #rock #rockmusic #guitar #postpunk #newwave #pop #popmusic #alternative #alternativerock #2018 #fanpage #curefanpage #meltdown #curætion25 #londonsouthbank #londonsouthbankcentre #royalfestivalhall
  •  14  1 11 minutes ago

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  • Vices Of Vanity are an Atlanta-based band who skillfully fuse elements of classic rock and roll with dashes of grunge, punk, and crisp indie rock alike. Their sound is notably fresh at present – thanks to their creative balancing between influences and a finely honed production job. The band’s approach to songwriting is also firmly rooted in the effective pop category – every song I’ve heard so far has offered at least one layer in the way of making certain you’ll remember and even walk away humming it. At the same time, the grittiness of rock prevents this from being an intrusive process – that authentic edge and that raw passion you hear in the vocals and the set-up helps make the sound feel alternative and increasingly likable.

    Drink Drank Drunk is a strong example of all of this. Coming in at under three minutes long, the track introduces a band with a love for music and performance. The distorted power chords, the heavy crash of the drums, the raspy vocal and the quick rhythm of the verses – all of this paves the way in a cool and carefree manner towards an ultimately anthemic hook that begs for audience participation.

    Vices Of Vanity - Drink Drank Drunk - Single & Review - Link in Bio.
    @vicesofvanity #drinkdrankdrunk #punkrock #rock #punk #rockmusic #grunge #hardrock #newrock #indie #newmusic #independentmusic #unsigned #nowplaying #newsong #rocksinger #singer #singersofinstagram #vocalist #rockvocals #listen 🎵 #newrelease #indierock #drinks 🍹 #drinking #soundcloud #rockband #singers #guitars
  • Vices Of Vanity are an Atlanta-based band who skillfully fuse elements of classic rock and roll with dashes of grunge, punk, and crisp indie rock alike. Their sound is notably fresh at present – thanks to their creative balancing between influences and a finely honed production job. The band’s approach to songwriting is also firmly rooted in the effective pop category – every song I’ve heard so far has offered at least one layer in the way of making certain you’ll remember and even walk away humming it. At the same time, the grittiness of rock prevents this from being an intrusive process – that authentic edge and that raw passion you hear in the vocals and the set-up helps make the sound feel alternative and increasingly likable.

Drink Drank Drunk is a strong example of all of this. Coming in at under three minutes long, the track introduces a band with a love for music and performance. The distorted power chords, the heavy crash of the drums, the raspy vocal and the quick rhythm of the verses – all of this paves the way in a cool and carefree manner towards an ultimately anthemic hook that begs for audience participation.

Vices Of Vanity - Drink Drank Drunk - Single & Review - Link in Bio. 
@vicesofvanity #drinkdrankdrunk #punkrock #rock #punk #rockmusic #grunge #hardrock #newrock #indie #newmusic #independentmusic #unsigned #nowplaying #newsong #rocksinger #singer #singersofinstagram #vocalist #rockvocals #listen🎵 #newrelease #indierock #drinks🍹 #drinking #soundcloud #rockband #singers #guitars
  •  19  1 14 minutes ago
  • February 19, 1992 - Tokyo, JP
    Photo by Koh Hasebe.
  • February 19, 1992 - Tokyo, JP
Photo by Koh Hasebe.
  •  27  1 15 minutes ago