Porque me hice fan de #WWE ? ( #WWF en ese entonces) porque me llamo la atención un maniático que le decían #Mankind , era una de las "caras" de #MickFoley y el hecho de que fuese tan violento y arriesgado captó mi atención inmediatamente!
Been on a bit of a hiatus for a bit. But I’m coming back for holiday season. Looking forward to picking up this Black Friday exclusive. Finally making this awesome version of my favorite character Andrea from the walking dead comic books.
This is the self-titled debut by Tracy Chapman, released in 1988. The road to this album starts with Tracy Chapman attending Tufts University, while a fellow student named Brian Koppelman was trying to find a singer for a boycott he was organizing against apartheid at school and many mentioned Chapman's name as the perfect fit, given her lyrics always attached social or political views, and held a simple acoustic sound behind it, rather than the mainstream dance pop and synth music. Koppelman attended one of her coffeehouse sets and immediately saw something in her. Approaching her after the set, he mentioned his father was a co-owner of a large publishing company that could help her start a career in music, but Chapman didn't believe him initially. Koppelman wasn't deterred and attend more of her shows, which led her to agreeing to speak with him, and he was able to make a copy of one of her demo tapes recorded at the Tufts radio station to send to his father. Things moved quickly from there and she was signed to Elektra Records, which produced an album that would receive critical and commercial success, going six-times platinum, as well as grabbing the 1988 Grammy Awards for Best Female Pop Performance for the single Fast Car, Best Contemporary Folk Album and Best New Artist. Hot Rod stepped right up to appear in tonight's post as soon as he heard "Fast Car" because it spoke to him. Probably because he is one. #tracychapman#selftitled#elektrarecords#folkmusic#contemporaryfolk#transformers#poweroftheprimes#autobothotrod