over-protected-life:

even though she chew on ice, and sings about it.. she can’t handle it in the end

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Pop singer Mandy Moore burst onto the music scene 15 years ago on August 17, 1999 with her debut single “Candy.” 15-years-old at the time, she was the youngest of the pop diva pack in the late ’90s that included peers like Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera and Jessica Simpson. She would crank out more saccharine tunes on her first album So Real and its follow-ups I Wanna Be With You and a self-titled release. Moore reached a turning point in 2003, disowning her teen-pop sound with Coverage, an album comprised of cover songs from the ’70s and ’80s. Those vintage records would inspire her recent indie albums Wild Hope and Amanda Leigh. The aforementioned releases didn’t have the big fanfare of a major record label so they went unnoticed, though, they are hands-down Mandy’s best records yet. In honor of 15 years of Mandy Moore, here are her 10 best songs released, from the early days of “Candy” to her underrated indie gems. Read the full story here!

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malemodelscene:

Devin Jacanin at No Ties by Krisnoff
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Let’s make the Flubber movie cover the most reblogged picture on Tumblr.

insanitys-love:

mymompickedthisurl:

thewinchesterswagger:

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HOW IS THIS THE FIRST TIME I’VE SEEN THIS IT’S ALMOST AT 10 MILLION WTF

Yes let’s do it for him.

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Country singer-songwriter Grace Askew released her new album Scaredy Cat on Tuesday, Aug. 12. For her first record since appearing on NBC’s The Voice last year, she goes back to her bluesy roots to deliver the year’s most refreshingly organic LP. Like a live show recording, Askew digs deep on 11 tracks with her trusty guitar and warble-y vocals. The production is rambunctious and her spirit is free on Scaredy Cat. Read my full review here!

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karencartwright:

Daniel Radcliffe answers 73 questions with Vogue Magazine 

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DJ Porter Robinson released his debut album Worlds on Tuesday (Aug. 12). The 12-track record marks a drastic shift in sound from his previous EDM party bangers. He instead taps into inspirations from video games and Japanese culture to deliver beautiful soundscapes full of emotional depth and electronic grandeur. Robinson goes above and beyond the call of duty to create not just an album but a full-on experience. Read my full review here!

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saintlukas:

THIS MESSED ME UP SO BAD AS A KID, I DIDNT THINK THIS WAS HOW THEY FILMED THESE PARTS

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