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  1. I Stan her but TEA BTW
  2. Read more Here Lambs, what do you think of this?
  3. Are you ready to rediscover Britney's album In the Zone? Here's a reworked version made by me. Includes 7 tracks from the original In the Zone album, all reworked, and 5 tracks that originally didn't appear on the album, but deserved to, all remastered. All the modifications that were done on the tracks were by me. Comments are appreciated, as I might do something similar with Femme Fatale. A prototype version of my Toxic mix leaked as a raw vocals demo a few days ago, which is the reason why the release was slightly delayed, as I had to repolish it a little bit. Tracklist: 01 - Me Against the Music (Rediscover Mix) 02 - Look Who's Talking Now (Remastered) 03 - And Then We Kiss (Remastered) 04 - Breathe On Me (Rediscover Mix) 05 - Early Mornin' (Rediscover Mix) 06 - Toxic (Rediscover Mix) 07 - Sippin' On (Remastered) 08 - Touch Of My Hand (Rediscover Mix) 09 - Rockstar (Remastered) 10 - Shadow (Rediscover Mix) 11 - Strangest Love (Remastered) 12 - Everytime (Rediscover Mix) Download "In the Zone: Rediscover" right here: ASK ME Enjoy!
  4. Cancel it u old hag Btw she looks so good
  5. Over 50 music industry heavyweights including Stormzy, Jessie Ware, Nile Rodgers, and Craig David came together to release a charity single in support of people affected by the Grenfell Fire today. They recorded a cover of Simon and Garfunkel's classic "Bridge Over Troubled Water" as Artists for Grenfell, and all proceeds will go toward The London Community Foundation. At least 79 people are missing and presumed dead following a fire at the Grenfell Tower public housing building last Wednesday, June 14. Hundreds of protestors gathered in London on Friday, June 16, demanding justice for the fire's victims. Rita Ora, Jorja Smith, Queen's Brian May, and Emeli Sandé are also among the artists that participated in making the song. An ensemble of 300 members of local choirs and residents also took part; the entire thing was organized by TV personality Simon Cowell. "Bridge Over Troubled Water" is out now and available on iTunes. You can also donate directly via the Artists for Grenfell website. Full list of artists:
  6. This song is such a BOP Stan with me sisters
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    THIS THREAD IS FOR ALL KYLIE MEDIA SUCH AS COMMERCIALS,INTERVIEWS,ETC. Here, the AL-kylieda share media JUST TO START
  8. Over the past while I've been putting together Mega Albums for all of Legend K's albums. Basically what this means is I've put together an album of all standard, bonus, B Side, leaked, etc tracks from an album era and made one big track list for all of them. I've rearranged track listings - and used other versions in some places. The only album where I did something different was X - which I'll explain later. I just completed putting the last one together - Kiss Me Once. So I'll start posting my track listings here Now including revised albums later in the thread where I cut tracks and add other ones etc Starting with Kylie (13 Tracks): I Should Be So Lucky The Locomotion (7" Mix) Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi Got To Be Certain I Miss You Turn It Into Love Getting Closer (UK Mix) Glad To Be Alive Made In Heaven It's No Secret I'll Still Be Loving You Look My Way Love At First Sight
  9. All right! Check the history of this legendary thread/summary of everything that has happened: From now on this is the official listening party thread! Whenever you guys feel like getting together and jamming to X or any other pop-bitch or random-indie-fave just post what, when and we'll arrange it. Get ready! Come and join us here! Sincerely, Your one and only host: Kirjava the Lazy Slut
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    This is a fun little mix with some vocal stems I don't remember hearing before.
  11. Now available on Apple Music, Spotify etc. Do you think we will get a Anti Remixed Album eventually?
  12. While I doubt anything will come out of this, how iconic
  13. ok but this goes all the way OFFFF
  14. Yes CACA, yes @Justin Bieber @Philip take spanish notes
  15. https://twitter.com/ladygaga/likes At least tell us if the video is coming or not.
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    Kylie had reportedly came to the rescue when her much younger fiancé began losing his hair, Peter explained. 'She paid for his hair extensions. He got the plugs put in. That's the ultimate sign of love and dedication and she's been rewarded like this,' Peter said. Just had to post this, I'm yelling Sometimes Daily Misogyny has its moments http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-4606482/Kylie-Minogue-celebrating-dumping-Joshua-Sasse.html
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    Hey. Not sure where else to put this thread. Theres a couple songs I'd like to remix my own way but need help finding good free or trial software that is easy to use for a novice. Something where I can import a song and then add beats to it the way I like or use acapella versions of songs and put my own sound on it. Any good free remix software? I dont want to spend money on something and find out im terrible at it lol. This is just something I want to try and wanna know if theres something easy to use. I downloaded ejay dance but found it complicated and it wont let me import songs. Any other suggestions
  18. In 1971, John Lennon released "Imagine," his legendary idealistic anthem that would go on to become the best-selling single of his career. It was at that time, too, that Lennon "was a bit more selfish, a bit more macho," as he told a BBC interviewer nearly a decade later, two days before he was murdered in 1980. Which is why, he continued, he "sort of omitted to mention" the songwriting contributions of his wife and collaborator, Yoko Ono. Lennon went on to say that the song "should be credited as a Lennon-Ono song, because a lot of it, the lyric and the concept, came from Yoko." He also explicitly stated that it was "right out of" Ono's landmark 1964 conceptual artist book, Grapefruit, where "there’s a whole pile of pieces about ‘imagine this’ and ‘imagine that.'" But for 46 years, Lennon remained the song's sole credited songwriter. Finally, though, the ball seems to be rolling on giving Ono her due. At a music industry event in New York on Wednesday, where "Imagine" was being honored with the National Music Publishers Association's "Centennial Song" award, the group's chief executive, David Israelite, announced that he would "correct the record some 48 years later, and recognize Yoko Ono as a co-writer." (The process is currently underway, though yet to be completely finalized.) Ono, after all, did co-produce "Imagine" and its album of the same name.
  19. This impersonation was hilarious
  20. Katy Perry Woke Up. She Wants to Tell You All About It. Katy Perry, who has a new album, “Witness,” says she’s trying to prove she isn’t the same frothy pop star she once was, and she intends to reveal her true self. By CARYN GANZ June 14, 2017 A dizzying array of police lights flashed up and down the West Side Highway on a damp Thursday in May. President Trump was visiting the U.S.S. Intrepid, snarling traffic outside the Javits Convention Center, where Katy Perry was performing at a corporate showcase for her new partner, YouTube. The last time she was in the building was election night, when she had been preparing to toast the victory of Mr. Trump’s opponent. For Ms. Perry, who prominently supported Hillary Clinton’s campaign, that party on Nov. 8 began “with everybody looking fancy and beautiful and high on their horses,” she recalled in an interview several weeks after her YouTube set. The mood rapidly shifted when word started to spread that Mrs. Clinton was not on her way there — news that Ms. Perry, 32, described as “traumatizing.” “It was a revelation, it was a reckoning,” she said of Mrs. Clinton’s loss. She started downing drinks and reached out to the nearest person for physical support: Lady Gaga, also there to celebrate the election of the first female president. There they were, “Gaga and I just looking at each other, and being like, [expletive] it, we need to touch each other,” Ms. Perry said. And for a minute, two of the biggest pop stars in the world held hands. Alliances aren’t easily made in the superstar stratosphere, where elbows are often sharp. And Ms. Perry, who released her fourth major label album, “Witness,” on June 9, stands as one of the biggest successes in the industry, alongside Madonna, Beyoncé and Taylor Swift. She has sold 6.5 million albums and nearly 71 million digital songs in the United States, according to Nielsen Music; notched 14 Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 hits; performed at the 2015 Super Bowl halftime show; and landed a gig as a judge on the revamped “American Idol,” which is to return in September on ABC. But she said she had an awakening on election night tied to misogyny in her past. And she is undertaking a strenuous effort to prove she isn’t the same frothy Katy Perry as before, making over her look, her music and her vocabulary. For 96 hours, timed to the album’s release, she spread that message of “unity and communication” via filibuster — a nonstop YouTube live stream called “Witness World Wide,” organized into segments (a therapy session, meditations, a cathartic chat with RuPaul) where the words “safe place” came up a lot and Ms. Perry worked out to her own album. Thanks to Madonna’s restlessness, female pop stars are expected to reinvent themselves every few years, but there’s no guarantee that listeners will accept the changes. For Ms. Perry, the stakes couldn’t be higher: She believes she is now revealing her true self. The old Katy Perry is gone. “Every day when I think I know something, the universe shows me that I need to learn another lesson,” she told me in a Manhattan shared work space. “So I stand here today, more so than any other day, saying I know nothing. I literally know nothing.” (Ms. Perry often veers into platitudes, but she is consistent: During the live stream, she wore an “I Know Nothing” T-shirt for yoga, and the phrase is currently her Twitter bio.) “I feel very empowered,” she continued, “extremely liberated, liberated from the conditioning of the way I used to think, spiritually liberated, politically liberated, sexually liberated, liberated from things that don’t serve me.” She said she stopped drinking (for now) on Jan. 15, and she has been attending group therapy with her family. Her parents are Pentecostal pastors, and Ms. Perry, who was born Katheryn Hudson, was raised in a strict religious tradition. “I went to that dark place that I had been avoiding, and I dug out the mold,” she said. “It was not fun, but I did that — I’m still doing that.” Change is also the theme of the throbbing “Witness,” an introspective, less pop-driven album that’s a departure from her last two records, “Prism” (2013) and “Teenage Dream” (2010). It’s her first LP not to feature work from her longtime collaborator Dr. Luke — “I had to leave the nest,” she said; he declined to comment for this article — though she continued her partnership with the Swedish hitmaker Max Martin. And she assumed even greater creative control, helping bring in producers like the indie-pop duo Purity Ring, the composer Dustin O’Halloran (the theme from Amazon’s “Transparent”) and the English musician Jack Garratt to create a palette that’s dreamy and clubby, if not as grabby as her earlier records. Ms. Perry has always been known as a reliable singles artist, but reviews haven’t been friendly. The album’s most successful single, “Chained to the Rhythm,” peaked at No. 4. Ms. Perry told me she didn’t play her new music for Capitol Records, her label, until a few weeks before our interview, which is late in the process. If the label minded, it isn’t saying so. “I like to allow her the freedom to keep pursuing her artistic vision, and obviously we support her fully in all her endeavors,” said Steve Barnett, the chairman and chief executive of the Capitol Music Group, adding that choices about her sound and team were Ms. Perry’s call: “I think she’s earned and deserved that.” The person charged with helping create Ms. Perry’s vision was Lauren Glucksman, 28, who is credited with A&R on the album, stepping into this role for the first time on a full LP. (She formerly worked as an assistant to the singer Ellie Goulding and managed the songwriter Banks.) “We have a very honest rapport with each other, we have very similar taste, and ultimately I saw my job as trying to translate what’s in her mind and in her heart,” Ms. Glucksman said. Both women were listening to a lot of electronic pop, and the way Ms. Perry explained it, she decided, “I’m going to stop making a playlist and just be the playlist.” In the knotty world of internet superfandom, the harshest takes often come from deep inside an artist’s nucleus of support. Fans were so concerned about Ms. Perry’s shifts on “Witness,” they lasered in on Ms. Glucksman and demanded her ouster from the inner circle. (“#FireLauren,” tweeted one particularly vociferous account.) “People don’t let people grow,” Ms. Perry said. “They just want a time capsule. And they want them to be one thing. And we have to start reimagining that.” MS. PERRY DOESN’T need to live in a house outfitted with 41 “Big Brother”-style cameras to be aware that she is under constant surveillance. She has a well-known strategy for frustrating the paparazzi (wearing the same Adidas track suit when she leaves home to make the photographs less sellable), but that can’t stop the kind of gawking that accompanies daily life when you’re trading punches with another wildly famous blond pop star, or dating a famous actor who enjoys nude paddle-boarding. When she took up a vocal position as a Clinton supporter, she became a target of the alt-right. But as she started revving up for “Witness,” it felt like some on the left were also taking their knives out. Over the years, Ms. Perry has absorbed criticism for cultural appropriation, for being too sexy on “Sesame Street,” for dating John Mayer. But in the past few months, the somewhat erratic nature of her album rollout (a long string of ideas that didn’t quite land, like serving her head on a platter as part of an “art installation” at the Whitney Museum of American Art) dripped blood in the water. And the sharks — not the adorably inept Left Shark at the Super Bowl — started circling. Reacting to a steady stream of criticism (TMZ’s Met Ball headline: “Katy Perry Rocks Ugly Outfit by Jew-Hating Designer”) is a “maddening game,” she said. Referring to what she called “this strange race to be the most woke,” she added, “They want you to stand for something, but once you do, and if you don’t do it perfectly, they’re ready to take you right down.” It didn’t take long for the outrage machine to ramp up in real time. Three days before our interview, Ms. Perry greeted me in her dressing room at “Saturday Night Live,” where she was performing on the season finale, and interrogated me with questions while maintaining some of the most penetrating eye contact I’ve experienced outside of an ophthalmologist’s chair, her already wide eyes blazing under heavy swooshes of silver glitter. On the show, she strutted to her latest single, “Swish Swish,” with a group of drag queens and posed on a banquet table to “Bon Appétit” with the Atlanta rap trio Migos. Then she spent an hour getting reglammed for the after-party; snuggled her micro teacup poodle, Nugget; and marched through an underground parking garage, pausing at a vending machine to buy a bag of Cool Ranch Doritos. At the party, she was easy to spot on the dance floor, throwing down beside Leslie Jones to Jessie J’s “Bang Bang” and Bruno Mars’s “That’s What I Like” — you just had to look for all the cellphones in the air, capturing her every move. “SO. FUN,” Ms. Perry tweeted about the show to her nearly 100 million followers, adding a shout-out “to my LGBTQ family, all the Queens & @Migos for showing unity & respect.” But the internet had already cited her for several violations, including appropriating gay culture and purportedly reducing the number of drag queens onstage to placate Migos, which, in her critics’ minds, made her the villain. “Intention is everything,” Ms. Perry told me, repeating one of her mantras. “All I was trying to do is build a bridge.” But Ms. Perry bears some responsibility for stoking fires. A chunk of promotional efforts for “Witness” leaned on the headline-generating magic of a feud: On “Carpool Karaoke,” she confirmed that “Swish Swish” is about her three-year-old rift with Taylor Swift. Ms. Swift struck back by returning her catalog to streaming services at the same minute “Witness” was released. For all of Ms. Perry’s talk about feminism and unity, it felt like a conventional catfight. But by the time of her live stream, she softened her position. When she performed the song at the “Witness World Wide” finale, she changed the lyric “Don’t you come for me” to “God bless you on your journey.” TO APPRECIATE HOW Ms. Perry arrived at “Witness,” you have to understand her relationship to her biggest album, “Teenage Dream.” It had five No. 1 hits, tying a record Michael Jackson set with “Bad,” and solidified her image as a charmingly goofy sexpot who sings about love, partying and inner strength. Her breezy persona belied the grueling work that went into touring, radio promotion and being the linchpin of a multimillion-dollar extravaganza. The 2012 tour documentary “Katy Perry: Part of Me” captured a glimpse of the rigors: Her marriage to the comedian Russell Brand was crumbling as the burdens of becoming a superstar mounted. “I was just kind of like a deer in headlights a little bit,” she said. “I was like, does this happen to people? Like, is this normal? “When people are just talking about ‘Teenage Dream,’ I’m like, please talk to me when you’ve done that. And lived through it. Because it was [expletive] intense. And amazing and beautiful and horrible all at the same time.” Part of the pressure stemmed from maintaining her hypersexual image, which Ms. Perry takes responsibility for helping create. “I used to be scared of intimacy, I used to use my sexualization as attention, I used to oversexualize myself because that was the only way I knew how,” she said. (Ms. Perry, who hit No. 1 with “I Kissed a Girl,” later explained why she holds queer women in high esteem: “I admire that they’re doing it for themselves. They are not doing it for the male gaze.”) It’s easy to read her drastic haircut and new stylistic choices — her live stream finale outfit covered her in neck-to-toe sequins — as a reaction to having worn whipped-cream bras in the past. Ms. Perry credits her shift in perspective on her sexuality — she calls it “a full sexual liberation” — to resolving issues with her father. “The reality is that I was retriggered on the election,” she said. “I was retriggered by a big male that didn’t see women as equal. And that had been, unfortunately, a common theme in my upbringing.” Sexism is also widespread in the music industry, where in the past year harassment and assault claims have been leveled at every echelon — top executives like L. A. Reid, creative powerhouses like Dr. Luke, indie rock bands like PWR BTTM. When she needs to speak with somebody who can relate, Ms. Perry said she turns to Sia, a songwriter and artist who has gone to great lengths to control how much (or in her case, how little) the public sees of her inner life. “I think she’s presently challenging old held beliefs about herself and that even in this day and age, cutting all your hair off and having an opinion is NOT WHAT THE PEOPLE WANT,” Sia wrote in an email message. “They would prefer you to make cute pop and to stay in your lane.” She added: “I hide behind my wig, while she is out there taking bullets for the rest of us ... The less brave ... you know?” THE KATY PERRY viewers watched on “Witness World Wide” is the Katy Perry I spent several days with: gregarious, intense, bold, endearing and full of contradictions. In our interview, she proclaimed herself devoted to dialogue but spoke in a near uninterrupted monologue. She griped frequently about the internet (the “Wild Wild West,” a quip she repeated on the live stream nearly every time I tuned in), but she boasts the highest number of Twitter followers of any user and just allowed her digital audience to watch her eat, sleep and spread her new gospel on a 96-hour infomercial. She returned to words and phrases: good things are “beautiful”; a desirable mate is “a man of quality and equality” (and for the record, she said Orlando Bloom was one, and Mr. Mayer and even Mr. Brand “are beautiful in their own right”). And she revisited a pet subject: things that are “not real.” “All the awards shows are fake,” she said, “and all the awards that I’ve won are fake,” she added, explaining that they don’t represent the audience. “They’re constructs.” The old Katy Perry wasn’t a construct, she explained, and she isn’t dead. “I didn’t kill her, because I love her, and she is exactly what I had to do then,” she said. “And I’m not a con artist, I didn’t con people, like, that was just me. And this is me now.” Ms. Perry’s awakening has been tapped as a marketing strategy for “Witness,” and the live stream was selling her authenticity: If you dig hearing about her new perspective, maybe you’ll enjoy her song “Power.” While there are still plenty of relationship songs on “Witness” that will have fans wondering which of her beaus she misses more than she loved, seven tracks deal plainly with her new mind-set. The most direct is “Bigger Than Me,” a statement of purpose akin to Michael Jackson’s “Man in the Mirror” (“But my intuition says there’s a bigger mission I must embrace/So I’m, I’m pushing my thoughts to a new place”). Though some of the subject matter is thorny and emotional, Ms. Glucksman described the making of “Witness” as “the most joyful professional process I have ever experienced.” And Ms. Perry said she’s the happiest she’s ever been. “It’s a departure, and it’s a necessary evolution that I have to take,” Ms. Perry said. “And I know that sometimes it feels publicly like I’m dragging cement blocks, but like, the pyramids were made out of cement blocks — or not cement. But do you know what I’m trying to say? I’m gonna get there.”
  21. ~ Dairy of an Otaku ~ Hi, guys! So, I finally decided to revive my Blog and wanted to give some special attention to my new rapidly growing addiction! Anime & Manga! I'm still a newbie in this, but hey, I guess majority of us can't help but feel nostalgic when someone mentions Pokémon, Dragon Ball Z, you catch my drift. So, where am I gonna start? I'll probably do weekly of by weekly blog entries about new and old Anime I've gotten into and also of course the Manga I've been reading. I took a little look around and found some interesting (currently running) Anime titles I'm willing to give a chance. 01. Attack on Titan This isn't really one I need to get into, considering I've almost seen the first season about three times since last July, but I can't not mention this one. Because currently season 2 is airing and according to Trakt.tv the final episode of said season is gonna be on June 17th. So I'll probably wait 'til 3 days before then, so I can just binge-watch the whole thing! Summary: Several hundred years ago, humans were nearly exterminated by the Titans. Titans are typically several stories tall, seem to have no intelligence, devour human beings, and worst of all, seem to do it for the pleasure rather than as a food source. A small percentage of humanity survived by building a city protected by extremely high walls, even taller than the largest of Titans. Flash forward to the present and the city has not seen a Titan in over a hundred years, until one day, a Colossal Titan appears out of thin air and destroys part of the city wall. As teenage boy, Eren Jaeger, and his foster sister, Mikasa Ackerman, witness the destruction of their town and death of their mother at the hands of the Titans, Eren vows to kill every single Titan and take revenge for all of mankind. 02. Noragami This one I am currently watching. I'm almost done with the first season, and then there's just season two left. I'm really enjoying it so far. Yato is such a BAE. <3 Summary: Yato, a minor god, dreams to become the most revered deity in the world with big shrine and all. However, being a penniless god that he is, he has a long way to go and his shinki leaving him doesn't help matter. Later, when he does his job, a high school girl named Hiyori Iki pushes him out of the way of a speeding bus; unaware of his status as deity. Things get complicated when this incident triggers abnormality in Hiyori's soul, causing her to make an Astral Projection whenever she falls unconscious. To turn herself back to normal, Hiyori must help Yato becoming a better god who can fix the problem, along with Yato's new shinki, Yukine. 03. Grimoire of Zero The art style pulled my interest for this one and the story line gets me really excited! So far there's only one season and this one recently aired in April and is set for 10 episodes. I will try out the first episode soon so I can post a review. Summary: In Liturgical Year 526, sorcery has spread throughout the land, but few are aware of a rival practice called "magic." One day, a half-man, half-beast mercenary who has found himself on the run encounters a beautiful witch known only as “Zero.” Zero makes him an offer: if he escorts her on the search for her stolen grimoire, she will help him gain a human form. Despite his hatred for witches, the nameless mercenary accompanies Zero and guards her as she sets out to reclaim a book that has the power to destroy the world. 04. Hinako Note This one just sounds so cute! And I can really enjoy a slice-of-life every now and then. Definitely gonna give this one a try as well! It'll probably have 10-12 episodes. Summary: Sakuragi Hinako has a hard time talking with others. In order to get over her paralyzing shyness, Hinako leaves her home in the country because she ends up starting school at the high school that has the drama club that she admires and ends up staying at Hitotose-sou. There, she meets Kuina, who loves books and to eat, Mayuki, who’s a bit older but smaller who’s good at cooking, and the quiet landlady, Chiaki-san. A cute and fun drama comedy about the former girl who was paralyzed from shyness. 05. Natsume Yuujinchou Roku Seeing the art and after reading the summary, it sounds like something I'd be totally into. Summary: Precious days with kinds friends. A beautiful yet fleeting story about people and spirits. Natsume Takashi had been able to see youkai ever since he was young and inherited his grandmother Reiko’s Book of Friends. He spends his days with his self-proclaimed bodyguard Nyanko-sensei and freeing the youkai that were bound to the book. Natsume continues to find ways to protect the precious days where he tries to find which path to follow through his connections with spirits and those involved with them and being helped out by friends who share the same feelings. 06. Nui Nui Hinobori San Kyoudai This one just looks too cute to pass up! Summary: The series will center on the three Hinobori brothers, who run a stuffed toy shop called "Nui Nui" at the end of Tokyo's Kappabashi shopping street. The eldest brother Kaede is the manager, the second son Aoi is in charge of patterns, and the third son Akane is in charge of displays. Honorable mentions I might give a chance later on: - Asagao to Kase-san. - Folktales from Japan Over to the Manga ! This is gonna have a longer wait list for when I'm gonna be getting to these titles, because reading online is not as enjoyable as reading the physical copies. So for this I'm gonna start of with some copies of Manga I already have in my possession, and put some on my TBR as when I'll be able to purchase them or if I was able to read some chapters online. 01. Attack on Titan Again! Yes, I'm putting this high on the list for my love of the Anime, plus I'll be receiving the first volume soon. Give or take a week.. 02. Death Note This series is of course so HYPED! And the reason why I didn't put it on my Anime list, is because I really want to read it first. I've been gifted the 1st and 2nd omnibus for my Birthday, so that's a total of 4 volumes. I will definitely be getting to this one SOON! Summary: Light Yagami is an ace student with great prospects, who's bored out of his mind. One day he finds the "Death Note": a notebook from the realm of the Death Gods, with the power to kill people in any way he desires. With the Death Note in hand, Light decides to create his perfect world, without crime or criminals. However, when criminals start dropping dead one by one, the authorites send the legendary detective L to track down the killer, and a battle of wits, deception and logic ensues... 03. Pokémon Black & White Nostalgia, sentimental, all the feels... A couple of years ago I bought a box of this series manga, containing the first 8 volumes! And somehow, I only managed to read the first one! #fail I can't wait to finally read them all! 04. No matter how I look at it, it's your guys' fault I'm not popular Yeah, that rolls off the tongue rather smoothly, doesn't it? It's a mouthful! Anyways, I read some chapters online and I was instantly hooked! This is just the kind of quirkiness I'm totally into! I can totally recognize myself in this. I ordered the first volume and hopefully I will receive it soon, because I can not wait to read the rest of it! Summary: As a middle schooler, Tomoko Kuroki dreamed of making her high school debut as the most popular girl in school. But all of her experience playing video game dating simulations may have backfired. Instead of preparing her for the real world, her gaming has kept her from it for so long that even the most mundane human interactions have become a stumbling block! How can she impress her classmates when she can't even speak to them?! Very honorable mention: A Silent Voice I've read one and a half volume from this online simply because I could not stop! I don't now when I'll be able to get myself some volumes, but I won't be reading any further until I do, because this story deserves the full treatment! Summary: Ishida Shouya bullies a deaf girl, Nishimiya Shouko, to the point that she transfers to another school. As a result, he is ostracized and bullied himself with no friends to speak of and no plans for the future. This is the story of his path to redemption. Now on to some titles I might check out some sampler chapters from soon, to decide if I'm gonna buy me the first volume. - Royal Tutor - Flying Witch - Your name. - The Water Dragon's Bride - Ghost Diary Let me know if you guys are interested in this and whether you'd like to be added or removed from the tag list. Also, feel free to leave any recommendations!