In 1982, America’s Pac-Man Fever was at a fever-pitch with no cure in sight. The pandemic was spread by Ohio-borne songwriters Jerry Buckner and Gary Garcia when they wrote the aptly named Pac-Man Fever, which went on to sell over one million album to earn its RIAA Gold Record certification!
In March 1982, this peaked at #9 Billboard Hot 100, beating out such hits as “867-5309/jenny by Tommy Tutone” and Freeze-frame by The J. Geils Band!
Popular privilege is thinking you’re funny for saying “Naruto is shit,” even though Naruto has saved hundreds of people’s lives.
oh okay okay
dont u gotta pay for it?
not the app. the paid thing is being able to play last.fm radio on mobile and with no ads
last.fm really needs to fix the scrobbling on their android app it always shows more tracks than I actually played. It put Get Lucky about 6 times in a row when I only listened to it once
and just today it showed the Pyramids song and once again I never listened to it
like wtf man
Inazuma Line stickers without the watermark
Talon and Ingo