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  1. The big stoner/space rock thread

    @st0n3r and anybody else interested Made this video the other day using a mix of Monster Magnet's songs Tab..., Nod Scene, and 25. Just wanted to experiment with some chroma key stuff I created and make it trippy as fuck. All of the rest of the details are in the description.
  2. If That Ain't Country

    Music for law abiding citizens David Allan Coe - I Love Robbing Banks
  3. Being cremated is my last hope for a smoking hot body.

    1. Towelie

      Towelie

      Being cremated is my ONLY hope for a smoking hot body.

  4. What Are You Listening To 2019

    The Blackbyrds - Cornbread pure funk
  5. RIP Peggy Lipton

    I knew her more for playing Double R Diner owner & waitress Norma from Twin Peaks than Julie Barnes from The Mod Squad. Being a Twin Peaks obsessive maniac since 1990, it hurts. Such a great character actress and a real loss. Actress Peggy Lipton, star of 'The Mod Squad' and 'Twin Peaks,' dies at age 72 https://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/la-me-peggy-lipton-dead-20190511-story.html?fbclid=IwAR00m9FsNJk9L7Y6aXk_FDf1sY7k-LDUhNDanzlAmNXSFFmSBvrD_UkJyGM Peggy Lipton, right, with her daughter Rashida Jones at the premiere of the film "I Love You, Man" in Los Angeles in 2009. (Matt Sayles / AP) Actress and former model Peggy Lipton, who rose to stardom in the late 1960s on the counterculture police series “The Mod Squad” and later starred on TV’s “Twin Peaks,” has died. Her death from cancer was announced Saturday by Kidada and Rashida Jones, her daughters from a marriage to famed music producer Quincy Jones. “She made her journey peacefully with her daughters and nieces by her side,” Lipton’s daughters said in a statement to The Times. “We feel so lucky for every moment we spent with her.” Born in New York on Aug. 30, 1946, Lipton began modeling at age 15 and quickly found herself in demand. At age 19, she made her television debut on the sitcom “The John Forsythe Show,” going on to make appearances on such series as “Bewitched,” “The Alfred Hitchcock Hour” and “The Virginian.” The waifish, blond Lipton had just turned 21 when she rocketed to fame in 1968 as the street-smart flower child Julie Barnes, one of a trio of Los Angeles undercover “hippie cops” on the ABC crime series “The Mod Squad.” One of pop culture’s first efforts to reckon seriously with the counterculture — and one of the first TV shows to feature an interracial cast — the series, which costarred Michael Cole and Clarence Williams III, dealt with issues such as domestic violence, abortion, police brutality, the Vietnam War and drugs. Over five seasons, the series earned Lipton, one of the “it” girls of her time, four Emmy nominations and a 1971 Golden Globe award for best actress in a TV drama. Her role and later marriage to Jones, who is black, put Lipton at the center of the passions of a restive America dealing with racism and a post-World War II generation who were breaking free from their parents. The “Mod Squad’s” edgy music and hip slang marked a significant shift from “Gunsmoke” and “Leave It To Beaver.” But while the show turned the mini-skirt-and-bellbottoms-clad Lipton into a fashion icon, she found the spotlight uncomfortable. “I never saw myself as trend-setting,” Lipton told The Times in 1993. “We were always working. Fame really drove me into my house. I was very paranoid. I didn’t like going out. I had no idea how to be comfortable with the press. I was very young. It was really hard for me.” Lipton parlayed her role on “The Mod Squad” into a singing career, enjoying chart success with her cover versions of “Stoney End” and “Lu” by Laura Nyro and “Wear Your Love Like Heaven” by Donovan. Clarence Williams III, Michael Cole and Peggy Lipton in "The Mod Squad" (ABC) In 1974, Lipton married Jones and, with the exception of a 1979 “Mod Squad” reunion TV movie, stepped away from her career to focus on raising a family. The pair’s daughters, Kidada and Rashida, would both become actors, the latter gaining fame on the comedy series “The Office” and “Parks and Recreation.” After Lipton and Jones divorced in 1989, Lipton decided to return to acting, landing the role of Norma Jennings on the cult TV series “Twin Peaks.” “It was very scary,” Lipton told The Times in 1993. “I had a push-pull thing inside me that I wanted to do it…. I had become so insulated in my world as a mother, that I didn’t know how to pick up the phone and call anybody to put myself out there.” She and Clarence Williams III made cameo appearances in a 1999 big-screen version of "The Mod Squad" that starred Claire Danes, Omar Epps and Giovanni Ribisi. In her 2005 memoir “Breathing Out,” Lipton wrote of her struggles with fame and the racism she and Jones faced as an interracial couple and revealed that she had been diagnosed with and treated for colon cancer the previous year. In recent years, Lipton continued to appear in occasional supporting roles in films such as “When in Rome” and “A Dog’s Purpose” and TV series like “Alias,” “Crash” and 2017’s “Twin Peaks” revival. “We can’t put all of our feelings into words right now, but we will say: Peggy was and will always be our beacon of light, both in this world and beyond,” her daughters said in a statement Saturday. “She will always be a part of us.”
  6. Best Film Scenes

    FUN FACT: They wanted David Lynch to direct this movie. No BS. I can only imagine what it would have been like but fuck me I'd want to see that version.
  7. Best Film Scenes

    A few scenes from one of my favorite comedies, Used Cars. (don't know if I posted these already)
  8. Stand-Up Comedy/Comics Discussion Thread

    Necro-bumpin this thread just so I can post this crazy motherfucker. He's funny as hell but you almost feel guilty laughing about what he's joking about. I present to ya'll Corey Holcomb
  9. Last full album you listened to?

    Dead Kennedys - In God We Trust, Inc. 8 songs, 15 minutes, all killer no filler
  10. The Confession of Julien Donkey-Boy Julien Donkey-Boy is a 1999 American drama film written and directed by Harmony Korine. The story concentrates on the schizophrenic Julien, played by Scottish actor Ewen Bremner, and his dysfunctional family. The film also stars Chloë Sevigny as Julien's sister, Pearl, and Werner Herzog as his father. Julien Donkey-Boy is the sixth film to be made under the self-imposed rules of the Dogme 95 manifesto, and the first non-European film to be made under the Dogme 95 "vow of chastity".
  11. WHAT KILLED DEATH METAL?
  12. Henry Rollins: on the state of music today
  13. Last full album you listened to?

    Melvins - Houdini
  14. Shakes The Clown (1991) American black comedy film directed and written by Bobcat Goldthwait, who performs the title role. It also features Julie Brown, Blake Clark, Paul Dooley, Kathy Griffin, Florence Henderson, Tom Kenny, Adam Sandler, Scott Herriott, LaWanda Page, Jack Gallagher, and a cameo by Robin Williams. The film is a about a birthday-party clown (Goldthwait) in the grip of depression and alcoholism, who is framed for murder. Different communities of clowns, mimes and other performers are depicted as clannish, rivalrous subcultures obsessed with precedence and status. This was Goldthwait's bitter satire of the dysfunctional standup comedy circuit he knew as a performer. This one kinda teeters between pure comedy and drama. The humor is so fucking funny and low brow but knows when it dial it down when it gets in it's serious zone. To me it's like a precursor to Bad Santa.
  15. What Are You Listening To 2019

    Billie Holiday - Strange Fruit One of the most haunting songs I've ever heard considering the subject manner and how it's arranged. If this doesn't move you then you have no soul.
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