Derek Gibbs aka Dr. Strangelove, vocalist of the late-’70s London-based punk rockers The Satellites in his uber-iconic beer-spitting moment, captured by Peter Gravelle in 1977 and immortalized through the legendary “New Wave” comp that introduced many US punk artists to the UK market (such as the Ramones, Dead Boys, Patti Smith, New York Dolls, the Runaways, the Voidoids and others along with some UK acts), released in ‘77 on Vertigo Records (the band’s bass player, John Johnson, is also seen in a swimming cap in the background in his own epic moment).
This in-your-face punk-defining image has also been used in posters, album sleeves, posters, t-shirts and the Trainspotting films.
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if one more fucking man catcalls me im going to rip his throat out with my fucking teeth
music they’d play in a movie when the main character is on an acid trip
music I listen to when i desperately, desperately don’t want to go to work to remind myself that I need money
Vintage Italian music that makes me feel like I’m walking along the streets of Rome on a sunny day with a cup of gelato in hand
high tempo 70s disco to dance to
music to objectify men to in a funny way
absolute bops from the late 2000s and early 2010s
Japanese city pop (aka Japanese 80s music)
falling in love in the summer, picnics under the sun, picking flowers buzzing with bees, sweet strawberry lips
Best of the 80s
Best of the 90s
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