Io sono il frutto di quello che mi è stato fatto, è il principio fondamentale dell'universo:ad ogni azione corrisponde una reazione uguale e contraria.
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Always Nirvana

(Fonte: wtfchrisstuff)

She eyes me like a Pisces when I am weak

I’ve been locked inside your heart-shaped box for weeks

I’ve been drawn into your magnet tar-pit trap

I wish I could eat your cancer when you turn black

(Fonte: x-moonlightshadow-x)


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Queen at Live Aid (Wembley Stadium, UK),
July 13th, 1985, 6:44 PM

Queen galvanised the stadium with some of their greatest hits, in which lead singer Freddie Mercury at times led the entire crowd of 72,000 in thundering unison refrains. In their 20 minute set the band opened with "Bohemian Rhapsody" and closed with "We Are the Champions". They extensively rehearsed their performance at London’s Shaw Theatre. Prior to their taking the stage, Queen’s sound engineer covertly switched out the limiters that had been installed on the venue’s sound system so the performance would be louder than the others. Queen’s performance on that day has since been voted by more than 60 artists, journalists and music industry executives as the greatest live performance in the history of rock music. Mercury and fellow band member Brian May later sang the first song of the three-part Wembley event finale, “Is This The World We Created…?”. (via)

❝  I remember a huge rush of adrenaline as I went on stage and a massive roar from the crowd, and then all of us just pitching in. Looking back, I think we were all a bit over-excited, and I remember coming off and thinking it was very scrappy. But there was a lot of very good energy too. Freddie was our secret weapon. He was able to reach out to everybody in that stadium effortlessly, and I think it was really his night.
Brian May (via)

1. Bohemian Rhapsody / Radio Gaga
2. Hammer to Fall
3. Crazy Little Thing Called Love
4. We Will Rock You / We Are The Champions

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