with over 20 million books sold of the twilight series, author stephenie meyer has created a love story between a human and a vampire, that has attracted not only a cult of young adults but their parents as well.  although most may be new to the fascinating sensation, its hard to resist where all the pandemonium is coming from. similar in ways to the harry potter literary craze, twilight has now become a movie with confirmed sequels starring kristen stewart and teen heart-breaker robert pattinson, that will be released nationwide at sold out movie theaters starting tomorrow.

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full moon by the black ghosts
flightless bird, american mouth by iron and wine
[twilight soundtrack, 2008]

when you can live forever
what do you live for?

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  1. Ample Sanity

    […] and Frank Chimero. Should become even more useful over time. (via it’s nice that) Listening to two tracks, witness to the love between human and vampire. Also listening to bluesy St. Nick On the Fourth In […]

  2. Thane

    …the sountrack was better than the movie. i didn’t hate the film, but melodramatic “are you a vampire”…”yes, i am” segment should have been deleted. Robert Pattinson’s “Let Me Sign” bonus track was amazing, if it weren’t for that (and the fact that Kristen Stewart is a sexy beast-when her ears aren’t showing) i would have skipped this film altogether.