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Well it’s that time of week again! It’s time to take a dive into the world of disturbing and interesting Pokedex entries. Let’s not waste any time, and get started with this creepy list!
- Enough with the kidnapping already! Gothorita Pokemon Alpha Sapphire Pokedex entry: According to many old tales, it creates friends for itself by controlling sleeping children on starry nights. (O_O) Jeez!
- Bzzzzzt! Heliolisk Pokemon Omega Ruby Pokedex entry: They flare their frills and generate energy. A single Heliolisk can generate sufficient electricity TO POWER A SKYSCRAPER!
Feel Good Inc. by The Gorillaz from the album “Demon Days” 2005: I love the Gorillaz so much, and I’m really sad that they broke up. However, this song is alway going to be remembered as one of their greatest works! It starts with a maniacal laugh that is followed by the words “Feel Good”. It then turns into an epic slow-beat Techno track! It’s a great song, and it’s very funny how the maniacal laughter gets crazier and crazier as the song progresses! I recommend this song to absolutely everyone! Tell me what you think in the comments section below.
Happy Listening 😀
Konbanwa (Good Evening) everyone! I’m back to give you this week’s mythical creature. This entry might be a bit on the mature side, so you have been warned! Now let’s dive into the world of the Yokai!
- Lightning Blade! The Reiki is a cool and dangerous creature of Japanese folklore. They are “angry Oni that don’t pass on peacefully to the next life.” (yokai.com) They are usually “surrounded by an eerie aura or glow, and likely gain supernatural powers in addition to ones that they had when they were alive.” (yokai.com) They only live to cause hell for the person that caused their demise. (yokai.com) They can only be “exorcized by a strong Buddhist priest.” (yokai.com)
Aerodynamic by Daft Punk from the album “Discovery” 2002: I’m a huge Daft Punk fan, and I absolutely adore this song! It makes me dance around my room every time I hear it! It starts with what seems to be bells ringing in the distance, and then it transforms into full Electronic epicness! It is a truly awesome song that I recommend to anyone who likes awesome Dance tracks. Tell me what you think in the comments section below.
Happy Listening 😀
It’s time once again to dive into the amazing world of music. I have always been very interested in the dynamic and strange instruments from around the world, and love to write about them. Every Tuesday, I will be adding a new and unique instrument to this list. I’m open to any and all suggestions, so be sure to leave me a message in the comments section below. Now, let’s get started!
- Glass Armonica: The Glass Armonica is a very interesting instrument that was invented by no other than “Benjamin Franklin in 1761.” (odd music.com) It consists of “water-tuned glass bowls that are rubbed by a wet finger to make music.” (odd music.com) The Glass Armonica is also said to be one of “Benjamin Franklin’s favorite inventions.” (odd music.com)
Horos Tou Zorba (1) / Zorba’s Dance by Mikis Theodorakis from the album “Zorba the Greek”: It’s time to get exotic with this song! This is one of my favorite Greek songs of all time. Everything about it is absolutely perfect! It starts with a slow Bouzouki that gradually gets faster as the song progresses. When it finally reaches its the faster pace, it’ll have you dancing like mad! Tell me what you think in the comments section below.
Happy Listening 😀
Well, it’s Monday and you know what that means! It’s time for me to once again share with you wonderful viewers 2 more paintings that I love. I would love to hear your feedback on these paintings, and be sure to write down some suggestions in the comments section below. Now, let’s get started!
- Perpetual Motion by Rene Magritte 1935 Oil on canvas(material information from wikiart.org) This painting is very unique and quite silly! It was made by one of my favorite artists, Rene Magritte. It depicts a stereotypical caveman holding a bone in one hand and a barbell in the other. However, unlike regular weights, the barbell is part of his head! While the painting may be funny, I think it has a pretty interesting meaning. I believe that this painting is a satire for a stereotypical “muscle head” where the weight is actually part of the body. I find this an extremely interesting and awesome painting.
- The Blood of the World by Rene Magritte 1927 Oil on canvas (material information from oilpaintingonline.com) Yes, this is another Rene Magritte paintings. This one is very surreal and kind of macabre. The painting depicts a surreal look at the inside of human blood vessels. I really enjoy the veiny figures and overall power of this painting. I think it’s a great piece, however if you have Hemophobia, I’d suggest sitting this one out!