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“Tomorrow belongs to those who can hear it coming.” — therealmickrock: Happy Birthday, dear David. Your...

“Tomorrow belongs to those who can hear it coming.” — therealmickrock: Happy Birthday, dear David. Your...

niravpatelphotography: “ Sacramento. ohthumbelina ”

niravpatelphotography: “ Sacramento. ohthumbelina ”

And then we chill in style, we don't care whether we look slutty! We actually like looking badAf and slutty at the same time

And then we chill in style, we don't care whether we look slutty! We actually like looking badAf and slutty at the same time

May 3, 2014, 5:39 PM | stephdimiskovski |

May 3, 2014, 5:39 PM | stephdimiskovski |

Last Pictures of David Bowie: Icon Looked in Good Spirits at Final Public Appearance a Month Ago| Death, David Bowie

Last Pictures of David Bowie: Icon Looked in Good Spirits at Final Public Appearance a Month Ago| Death, David Bowie

This boy just rocks! youtubemusicsucks.com #marcbolan #trex

This boy just rocks! youtubemusicsucks.com #marcbolan #trex

T.Rex - Now I love KISS, but wonder where they got the idea for the marquee KISS logo on stage...

T.Rex - Now I love KISS, but wonder where they got the idea for the marquee KISS logo on stage...

Kurt Cobain by Anton Corbijn

Kurt Cobain by Anton Corbijn

“The photograph of Kurt Cobain in tears has been extensively published. Tilton watched Cobain smash his guitar through an amplifier and walk offstage. He followed him backstage. The pent-up emotion ‘just had to go somewhere,’ says Tilton, and Cobain burst into tears. ‘What I really love about it is that it is a very real moment and he allowed it. Other artists would have said, ‘Not now, Ian, please.’ It is very unusual,” adds Tilton, ‘for anyone from a band to show such vulnerability.’”

“The photograph of Kurt Cobain in tears has been extensively published. Tilton watched Cobain smash his guitar through an amplifier and walk offstage. He followed him backstage. The pent-up emotion ‘just had to go somewhere,’ says Tilton, and Cobain burst into tears. ‘What I really love about it is that it is a very real moment and he allowed it. Other artists would have said, ‘Not now, Ian, please.’ It is very unusual,” adds Tilton, ‘for anyone from a band to show such vulnerability.’”

David Bowie 70s.

David Bowie 70s.