LISTEN TO IT IT’S SO GOOD
Hey you nerd bombs, just in case it’s been a while since you’ve given your brain the level of joy that Muse’s “Pressure (feat. UCLA Bruin Marching Band)” produces, here is “Pressure (feat. UCLA Bruin Marching Band)” again.
Y’know, just in case.
This is like daily medicine for me. It’s so good for the soul.
This thing is a cinematic experience all on its own. I have never heard a song like this that wasn’t specifically written for a movie.
Like…holy hell. Get some good headphones on and crank this. The original version of this song is good, but this is on a whole other level.
I am literally freaking crying, it’s beautiful.
I have no other songs apart from that Muse song.
I have never had any other songs apart from that Muse song.
I have nothing to do except listen to that Muse song on repeat for several hours.
OH NO THEY DID NOT
MUSE ARE YOU FOR REAL
This gives the song and entirely different feel and it’s fantastic, holy hell.
This is the best thing I have ever pumped into my ears. Jesussssss.
Well this is a five-star.
It’s been a while since a song has made me cry. This song made me cry. Not sure why, but it did.
Oof, so good.
LOOK AT MY FRIDGE
THAT IS ALL BROCCOLI
WHO LET ME LIVE ALONE?
Turns out everyone in Dr. Chen’s class got dropped from it the night before the class started, so we spent about 15 minutes of today’s class just being confused over why we’d all suddenly get dropped. More on this riveting story as it develops.
Also, I’m in a Muse mood tonight. I’ve posted this video on here before, but I’ll post it again because it features the song I’ve currently got stuck in my head.
Damn you, Muse.
I can’t stop listening to this. This is perfection. Five stars.
Things that rule:
Muse. This video is surreal.
Half-Life. Even when condensed to 60 seconds.
Fallout 3. Because you should have just given him the sweet roll (probably only funny ‘cause I played it, but whatev).
Sorry. Not feeling very well and am also in a gaming mood.
Today’s song: My Humps by The Black Eyed Peas (shut up.)