if u don’t think music is important u need to remember that 13 dwarves convinced bilbo baggins to rob a dragon just by singing about it
BE PREPARED | A mix of my personal favourite villain songs from various animated Non/Disney films. A collection of villainy and bone-chilling evil… or, in some cases, jazz.
IN THE DARK OF THE NIGHT (rasputin; anastasia) POOR UNFORTUNATE SOULS (ursala; the little mermaid) YOU’RE ONLY SECOND RATE (jafar; aladdin ii: the return of jafar) OOGIE BOOGIE’S SONG (oogie boogie; nightmare before christmas) MOTHER KNOWS BEST (mother gothel; tangled) GASTON (gaston; beauty and the beast) THE GOSPEL TRUTH II (hades; hercules) RUBER’S SONG (ruber; quest for camelot) SNUFF OUT THE LIGHT (yzma; kingdom of the sun/the emperor’s new groove) HOW CAN I REFUSE (preminger; princess and the pauper) ARE YOU IN OR OUT (sa’luk; aladdin and the king of thieves) NO MORE MISTER NICE GUY (lord rothbart; the swan princess) TOXIC LOVE (hexxus; ferngully) PLAYING WITH THE BIG BOYS (hotep and huy; the prince of egypt) HELLFIRE (frollo; the hunchback of notre dame) FRIENDS ON THE OTHER SIDE (dr facilier; the princess and the frog) BE PREPARED (scar; the lion king)
So damn relevant
Awesome Mix Vol. 1
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SONG Ain't No Mountain High Enough
ARTIST Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
ALBUM Guardians of the Galaxy
ain’t no mountain high enough // marvin gaye & tammi terrell
there ain’t no mountain high enough
ain’t no valley low enough
ain’t no river wide enough
to keep me from getting to you
We are the champions,
We are the champions.
No time for losers,
'Cause we are the champions
Of the world.(x)
There is something that is very important about the physical existence. The pagan connection to the earth — the celebration of being in this body and all we can do with it. But at the same time, we are physical beings having a spiritual experience. And the combo platter of those two is very much the makeup of what the Chili Peppers do. With any kind of funk music, there is a visceral, guttural celebration going on, where you just wanna hump and dance and jump. But there’s also a sense of the spirit that inspires all that. — Anthony Kiedis, 2002.