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Screamin' Jay Hawkins - The Singles Collection

I think I was probably around the age of 16 when I first heard Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, after purchasing a compilation album from one of those record stores which unfortunately no longer exists. 814 more words

Screamin' Jay Hawkins

Mystery Train (1989, Jim Jarmusch)

Mystery Train is a comedy. It’s many other things–an examination and comparison of various kinds of differentness–but it’s also a very funny comedy. In fact, Jarmusch keeps characters around for nothing else. 306 more words


Mystery Train (1989)

Review published by EyeforFilm

“Hotels and airports are the things I forget,” declares 18-year-old Jun (Matasoshi Nagase), explaining to his girlfriend Mitsuko (Youki Kudoh) why he photographs the rooms where they stay, but not the places that they visit. 465 more words

Adrian Marcel - Fifty Shades of Adrian

With Fifty Shades Of Grey premiering this weekend, singer Adrian Marcel has decided to show his own love to fans by giving them something to set the mood after the show or for the Valentine’s Day holiday in general. 62 more words

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The Curious History of "I Put a Spell On You"

The Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack was released earlier this week, and surprisingly, it’s composed of more than sounds of hundreds of “holy cows” a-mooing and “holy craps” a-squelching… 1,523 more words


Song Of The Week: "I Put A Spell On You" by Screamin' Jay Hawkins

Sometimes your inner self manifests as a delightfully deranged voodoo shaman.

(In which case, you should definitely set your inner self free.)

Jalacy Hawkins grew up in Ohio, where he studied classical piano and harbored hopes of becoming an opera singer. 313 more words

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Marilyn Manson, The Pale Emperor (Hell, etc., 2015)

Putem afla dintr-un interviu publicat recent în Rolling Stone, că degeaba s-au scurs mai mult de două decenii de la apariția albumului Portrait of an American Family… 785 more words