Song: UnknownRari (Full Version)
Artist: UnknownThe Standells
Album: UnknownDirty Water
Played: 16 times
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traynors:

people who are talented and also good looking and also have great personalitiesimage

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Song: UnknownBaby Let Me Take You Home
Artist: UnknownThe Animals
Album: UnknownThe Best Of The Animals
Played: 869 times

paradiddledoo:

Baby Let Me Take You Home - The Animals

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lifeisgoodblue:

I know you have seen these before, but it does not make him any less handsome.

Tony Hicks

lifeisgoodblue:

I know you have seen these before, but it does not make him any less handsome.

Tony Hicks

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bootyxqueen:

lottosim:

Sloth on a speedboat

laughing so fucking hard

bootyxqueen:

lottosim:

Sloth on a speedboat

laughing so fucking hard

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Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier at the 1939 Oscars

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Song: UnknownYou Ought To Be In Heaven
Artist: UnknownThe Impressions
Album: UnknownThe Fabulous Impressions
Played: 35 times

nodelusions916:

"You Ought To Be In Heaven"

by The Impressions

1967 The Fabulous Impressions

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Song: Unknown"You Always Hurt Me"
Artist: UnknownThe Impressions
Album: Unknown7" 45 RPM Single
Played: 55 times

nodelusions916:

"You Always Hurt Me"

by The Impressions

1967 7” 45 rpm single

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"Like Merseybeat before it and ‘Madchester’ rave in years to come, Northern Soul was a riposte to London’s dominance that amplified a perennially strong northern English identity. The cult grew up against a backdrop of economic decline in the industrial heartlands of Britain … British youth culture provided an alternative community that became a substitute not only for regional and civic pride but nationally for the decline of British global power."
— Richard Weight
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