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Graphic We Love: Generation X
We love this old school 1977 ad for the English punk band, Generation X.Rough Trades records released it for their single Your Generation/Day By Day on Ripped & Torn fanzine No.7, circa 1977. 
If you’re nostalgic about owning some of Billy Idol’s seminal rebel days, eBay has an array of precious paraphernalia, music, and T-shirts of Generation X, including this classic issue of Interview Magazine circa 1978. 
(Source: post-punker) 

Graphic We Love: Generation X

We love this old school 1977 ad for the English punk band, Generation X.Rough Trades records released it for their single Your Generation/Day By Day on Ripped & Torn fanzine No.7, circa 1977. 

If you’re nostalgic about owning some of Billy Idol’s seminal rebel days, eBay has an array of precious paraphernalia, music, and T-shirts of Generation X, including this classic issue of Interview Magazine circa 1978

(Source: post-punker

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Bravo to Daft Punk, and congrats to Pharrell Williams for bringing down the house at last night’s Grammy’s. 

Bravo to Daft Punk, and congrats to Pharrell Williams for bringing down the house at last night’s Grammy’s. 

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3 Reasons Why We We Can’t Stop Watching Girls
1. In the freshly minted Season 3, Hannah is finally facing her OCD with Adam, her newly care-giving boyfriend.
2. Marnie is unpredictably forced to discover her self-worth after being dumped again. Will she evolve as an individual this season?
3. The discovery of cool closing credit songs are back in rotation. The premiere episode on Jan 12th ended with the debut of Jenny Lewis’ track “Completely Not Me”. For those that missed it, you can listen here. 
If you haven’t caught up yet with the bizarre narratives of the controversial HBO show, you can purchase Season 1 and 2 on eBay to catchup quickly. 
(Photo: Courtesy of HBO. Text: Jauretsi)

3 Reasons Why We We Can’t Stop Watching Girls

1. In the freshly minted Season 3, Hannah is finally facing her OCD with Adam, her newly care-giving boyfriend.

2. Marnie is unpredictably forced to discover her self-worth after being dumped again. Will she evolve as an individual this season?

3. The discovery of cool closing credit songs are back in rotation. The premiere episode on Jan 12th ended with the debut of Jenny Lewis’ track “Completely Not Me”. For those that missed it, you can listen here

If you haven’t caught up yet with the bizarre narratives of the controversial HBO show, you can purchase Season 1 and 2 on eBay to catchup quickly. 

(Photo: Courtesy of HBO. Text: Jauretsi)

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Here’s wishing you the bluest sky / And hoping something better comes tomorrow / Hoping all the verses rhyme / And the very best of choruses to / Follow all the doubt and sadness / I know that better things are on the way. — Better Things, The Kinks

Here’s the better things in 2014. To dive into more gems by The Kinks, check out eBay’s selection.  

(Source: Spotify)

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Curator Corner: “Found It” by Pharrell Williams

Pharrell Williams is a playfully diverse man. Things like music, bright colors, and designer basketballs make him happy. He gathered a few of his basic fav items on eBay for his collection “Found It.”

Take a look at the rest of his fun finds at “Found It.” To follow the rest of Pharrell’s collections, click here

(Photo: Courtesy of eBay sellers. Text: Jauretsi)

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The one… the only… Freddy Mercury. 

(GIFs courtesy of Pudding Petals, Teddy Freddy Bowie, and Weedra. Text by Jenny Bahn) 

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Curator Corner: Brazilian Beat

"Picture yourself at Carnaval in Rio, and get your feet moving" writes eBay curator, Europa-OCC, regarding his current collection —  a fabulous education on the instruments and sounds of Brazil’s samba music, among other genres of the nation. 

Take a look at this entire collection entitled Brazilian Beats. To view Europa’s other collections on eBayToday, visit here

(Photo: Courtesy of eBay Sellers. Text: Jauretsi)

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Ian Curtis & His Kitchen Table
Frontman for the legendary band Joy Division passed in 1980, but his kitchen stuff lingers on. Pitchfork writes about the sale of his kitchen table on eBay. No kidding. The table has been authenticated by Ian’s wife and daughter, too. Check out the original photos and listing on eBay. Only three days left to bid. 
(Photo courtesy of Consequence of Sound)

Ian Curtis & His Kitchen Table

Frontman for the legendary band Joy Division passed in 1980, but his kitchen stuff lingers on. Pitchfork writes about the sale of his kitchen table on eBay. No kidding. The table has been authenticated by Ian’s wife and daughter, too. Check out the original photos and listing on eBay. Only three days left to bid. 

(Photo courtesy of Consequence of Sound)

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Curator Corner: Solange Knowles
"I recently moved part-time to New Orleans, which means setting up a new recording studio right away!" gushes eBay curator Solange Knowles about the inspiration for her first collection on eBay’s new platform, eBay Today. ”I like to create an energy in the space that inspires and aligns with my personal style. Here are my dream picks.”
To check out more sweet speakers which Solange handpicked, take a peek at the rest of her Sonic Playground suggestions (click here)
(Photo: Neil Rasmus and Angela Phan of BFAnyc.com. Text by Jauretsi)

Curator Corner: Solange Knowles

"I recently moved part-time to New Orleans, which means setting up a new recording studio right away!" gushes eBay curator Solange Knowles about the inspiration for her first collection on eBay’s new platform, eBay Today. ”I like to create an energy in the space that inspires and aligns with my personal style. Here are my dream picks.”

To check out more sweet speakers which Solange handpicked, take a peek at the rest of her Sonic Playground suggestions (click here)

(Photo: Neil Rasmus and Angela Phan of BFAnyc.com. Text by Jauretsi)

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Lou Reed
Rock legend Lou Reed of The Velvet Underground passed away this weekend at the age of 71. In his death, we lost of one of the industry’s true and unique talents. Simon Vozick-Levinson, a senior editor at Rolling Stone put it perfectly himself: “[Lou Reed] didn’t prettify things. He didn’t sugarcoat things. He showed life as it really is and that’s something that made him a true original, and one of our great all-time artists.”
(Photo courtesy of Mazzy Fields. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Lou Reed

Rock legend Lou Reed of The Velvet Underground passed away this weekend at the age of 71. In his death, we lost of one of the industry’s true and unique talents. Simon Vozick-Levinson, a senior editor at Rolling Stone put it perfectly himself: “[Lou Reed] didn’t prettify things. He didn’t sugarcoat things. He showed life as it really is and that’s something that made him a true original, and one of our great all-time artists.”

(Photo courtesy of Mazzy Fields. Text by Jenny Bahn)