A Head Full of Dreams" is a song by British rock band Coldplay. It is the first track and the fourth single from their album of the same name (2015). The song was recorded by the band during sessions for their seventh studio album in 2014, at their purpose-built studios The Bakery and The Beehive in North London, England, both originally constructed for work on their three previous studio albums.
They’ve recently gotten back together for a reunion tour, with a new album released earlier this month to boot. Here at Hamburgers N’Heroin, we’ve taken one for the team, and decided to trawl through the shit pile that is Simply Red’s Greatest Hits, with a bid to warning you of the absolute worst you can expect from this terrible, terrible band. The video shows Pugnall looking smug as per usual, flicking his Tim Burton hair back every so often, with his eyes closed for the majority of the performance, lest you doubt his sincerity. If you’re going to watch a cover version of this particular song, stick to the David Brent version. At least that’s supposed to be funny. Whereas with this version it’s hard to know how to feel about it: amused or deeply depressed. 3. The Air That I Breathe.
The Tale of Eric and the Dread Gazebo by Richard Aronson (aronsonratel. In the early seventies, Ed Whitchurch ran "his game," and one of the participants was Eric Sorenson. Eric plays something like a computer. ERIC: (Reaching for his dice) Maybe I'll roll up a fire-using mage so I can avenge my Paladin. It could have been worse; at least the gazebo wasn't on a grassy gnoll.
Meme Guy. Dread ful photos.