1. Back To Black: I have yet to hear an album that can evoke as much emotion as this album.
2. Ultraviolence: My soundtrack for 2014,2015,2016...forever. Dark, beautiful and timeless.
3. Born This Way: I’ve never had an album make me feel more safe, happy and beautiful all at the same time.
4. CTRL: 2017 summer soundtrack. A healing experience. Put me on the track to loving myself.
5. Macadelic: A mixtape technically, but it is my favorite mixtape of all time.
6. Prince: A classic, I will miss him forever.
7. Heavier Things: John’s music has walked me through many panic attacks. This album especially.
8. JLP: From top to bottom, every single song means so much to me. Helped me grow up.
9. Tusk: Home to my favorite Fleetwood Mac song of all time, Storms.
Midnight Star - No Parking on the Dance Floor ''No Parking on the Dance Floor is a 1983 album by American vocal band Midnight Star. This is the fourth and most successful album by the band. Released on June 6, 1983, the album contains the hit singles "Freak-A-Zoid," "Wet My Whistle," "Electricity," and "No Parking (On the Dance Floor)," as well as the seminal quiet storm anthem, "Slow Jam." #MonsterRobotParty#midnightstar
THE HOLLIES The Hollies Live. Autographed official 1997 UK 28 page tour programme, with a superb mix of photographs, biography text and lots more, with a seperate discography booklet. Also includes a ticket stub for the 1st November show at The Assembly Hall in Tunbridge Wella, along with six flyers for the Tour and set list hand written by the original owner. This has been signed on the centre page by then line-up of Bobby Elliott, Tony Hicks, Allan Clarke, Ian Parker, Ray Stiles and Alan Coates all in black pen. Available from
MAGNOLIA SOUNDTRACK // A P.T. Anderson Picture (Mondo Limited Collectors Version)
One is the loneliest number that you'll ever do
Two can be as bad as one, it's the loneliest number since the number one
'no' is the saddest experience that you'll ever know
Yes, it's the saddest experience you'll ever know
Yes, because one is the loneliest number that you'll ever do
One is the loneliest number that you'll ever know
It's just no good anymore since you went away
Now I spend my time just making thoughts of yesterday
(one by one)
My favorite P.T. Anderson film.