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This blog belongs to Liberty, a 18 year old Greek sociopath.She studies engineering and Arctic Monkeys ruined her life.Alexa Chung is her queen and INDIE BANDS drove her to insanity.A wanna-be writter who's rarer than a can of dandelion and burdock

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Just a quick sketch of Alex’s eyes for practice before i start the full project :)

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Just a quick sketch of Alex’s eyes for practice before i start the full project :)

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"So much of The Strokes’ music is about moments, and “Automatic Stop” is full of them. The moody, isolated intro; that massaging guitar melody 46 seconds in; the little arcade breakdown at 1:50, the way Casablancas sounds like he’s singing while slowly sliding into leather booth at 2:25, and how Valensi, Hammond, Jr., and Nikolai Fraiture do the ol’ boogey stop at the end there. The spacey reggae track comes early in Room on Fire – and after “Reptilia”, no less — which in hindsight is quite surprising since it’s such a comedown song. It’s like if The Replacements put “Sixteen Blue” after “Favorite Thing” and expected you to go with it. We rolled with “Automatic Stop” because we were already sold on the Strokes and this speaks like their anthem. Casablancas’ lyric of “That’s just a phase, it’s got to pass/ I was a train moving too fast” says pretty much everything about their gasp in the ’00s."
Michael Roffman on ‘Automatic Stop’ in Consequence of Sound’s article ‘The Strokes’ Top 10 Songs’. This song came in at #3 (via can-i-vhs-you)

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