tkhead Traigan vino... 28min

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tkhead Zi 20h

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tkhead Entrañables
En Europa no se consigue.
Por Ahora....
2d

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tkhead Self & i. 2d

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tkhead Espero que @tatogiovannoni y @atienzasebastian estén para un post @floresatlantico HOY 3d

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tkhead #Repost @rollingstone with @repostapp.
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#TheBreakfastClub was released 30 years ago this month. "Within the first 60 seconds of 'The Breakfast Club,' John Hughes managed to successfully introduce the five high school archetypes he would spend the next hour and a half dismantling, or at least redefining. Upon its release 30 years ago, it would have been easy to dismiss it as just another teen comedy about stock adolescent problems, i.e., does he like me, or does he LIKE ME like me? And while that exact question may have been a central plot point in Hughes' 'Sixteen Candles,' which hit theaters less than a year before 'TBC,' the late, great, Chicago-loving auteur decided to use this follow-up to turn the genre on its head." From RollingStone.com 4d

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tkhead Toda Power 5d

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tkhead Y nunca nos van a entender... Racing (es) Fiesta! 5d

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tkhead B 1w

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2w tkhead
Normal Jorge A.
tkhead #Repost @rollingstone with @repostapp.
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#LouReed recalled his vision for the #VelvetUnderground and his derision for that band's contemporaries in a recently rediscovered interview that PBS has animated as part of its Blank on Blank series. The singer told music journalist Joe Smith in 1987 that he felt the purpose of the band was "to elevate the rock & roll song and take it where it hadn't been taken before." He also had strong words for his more successful peers in the Sixties. "When [bands] did try to get, in quotes, 'arty,' it was worse than stupid rock & roll," he said. "What I mean by 'stupid,' I mean, like, the Doors." And what did he think of John Lennon and the Beatles? "I never liked the Beatles," Reed said. "I thought they were garbage. If you say, 'Who did you like?' I liked nobody." See the video on rollingstone.com Photograph by Gijsbert Hanekroot 2w

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tkhead Tarde & retoque. 2w

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tkhead Domingos. Amplios.
Tanto .
2w

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tkhead 2w

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tkhead Hola linda. 2w

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tkhead Stop.
Vía Patti Smith.
3w

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tkhead Abril en LA 3w

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tkhead Cerrame. 3w

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