New World Symphony No. 9
Cobra: “My thanks.”
Luffy: “No problem!” [King Cobra expressing his gratitude towards Luffy after defeating Crocodile, thus freeing Alabasta. (Episode 126)]
Justin Timberlake and Daft Punk | Lucky Suit & Tie (MASHUP)
What is this fucking MAGIC. Two of my favorite 2013 summer songs fyugyihibvhcyfuigohp.
Um, she’s pretty nifty, isn’t she?
Stephen Colbert & Alan Cumming sing Oopsie-daisy Homophobe in response to Brad Paisley and LL Cool J’s Accidental Racist.
Always Gold | Radical Face
Yeah, everything goes away
But I’ll be here ‘til I’m nothing but bones in the ground
You can blame me when there’s no one left to blame,
Oh I don’t mind.
Jason Walker - Echo
After the worldwide success of “Gangnam Style”, PSY returns with a brand-new single, “Gentleman”. The new track follows the same route as the previous one, but if you ask me, it’s better as a song. It actually has a beat that’s building slowly into something freaking addictive. It’s the perfect song for twerking and will definitely make people in the clubs go crazy. “Gentleman” is a banger that will get stuck in your head in zero time thanks to that beat. Even if you’re reading this in disgust, just hit “play” and you’ll soon find yourself shaking the head up ‘n’ down (yes, this is a reference).
One Piece Movie 7 - Sayaendou
Sam Amidon - “O’ Death”
This song was popularized by Supernatural when it was played in the background to herald the arrival of everyone’s favorite Horseman of the Apocalypse.
Before I ever heard the Jen Titus cover, I knew Sam Amidon’s cover of this traditional American folk song. This is the version that always stays with me. It’s haunting, yes, but also slightly warm and…seductive.
Okay so I sped up The Phoenix by Fall Out Boy and help it’s really good
Colin Hay - Waiting for My Real Life to Begin
Elementary: Unreleased Music: Sherlock’s Theme
(nothing belongs to me)