March 7, 2018 | Posted in Pornstars by
Edyn Blair does consistently killer scenes. Naturally, her Fleshtunes are fire. Enjoy!
"The Nobodies" by Marilyn Manson: This song exemplifies a lot of what I say in interviews, I am nobody until others make me somebody, In the end we seek, we strive and we move on. For me, this song is a bit of a life anthem. We all live, we all return to the dirt. Macabre maybe, but that's definitely part of the way my mind works. I see it as a reminder to never take life too seriously and just do what makes me happy, because that's what matters.
"No Roots" by Alice Merton: This is a new song, but the second I heard it, it was the soundtrack of my life! We moved constantly when I was young. No, I'm not a military brat, and perhaps one day my mother will explain why she moved us to 28 different schools between 1-12th grade all over this country. I can't say I'm actually from any specific place. It's my least favorite question in interviews and people try to peg me into this place or that place. But here line "ask me where I come from, I'll say a different land" is such a perfect embodiment of how I feel about answering that question. I feel like I should call myself a gypsy, I've never had attachments to any one place and to this day, California has been the longest I've ever been in one place. I've lived here for 4 years as of now.
"This Celluloid Dream" by AFI: When I was 14, this album came out and I listened to it every single day, this song in particular resonated for some reason. Maybe because I was just starting to try to make human connections at the school I was in, foolishly trying to make friends or incorporate myself into the culture of that place. But getting shut down every time. It was always a beautiful build up with a sad end. Much like the chorus and words in this song. I had dreams that I could be there and live a normal life, but I never fit in. We moved shortly after and it was always the song that reminded me of the angst of never fitting in to the schools we went to in my high school days. Regardless of if I tried to or not. Eventually I learned everyone lived in a bubble in those places and decided to not worry about it and just focus on me. I came out of high school completely capable of taking care of myself. I moved out of my Dad's house at 18 and have been on my own ever since.
"Back in Black" by AC/DC: This one is simple. My parents divorced when I was 3 and whenever I got to visit my Dad, he was always listening to classic rock and roll. This song is one of the first ones I really remember listening to with him. I love my Dad to death (the diamond and coal tattoo on my left wrist represents our relationship) and this song in particular always triggers that super happy emotion of being in his old truck rolling down the road with him, speakers blaring.
"Unstoppable" by The Score: This song, I recently discovered and every time I hear it I feel absurdly inspired to keep dedicating myself to my dreams and goals. This Band is quickly becoming a favorite of mine and the lyrics of this song speak of pushing yourself past odds, ignoring others opinions and to keep fueling your own fire, because you don't need someone else to tell you who to be or how to be it. That's up to you. Right now that's particularly poignant for me as I feel like I am embarking on a new journey of my life with not only my adult work but fueling my passions outside of adult as well.
Check out Blair's scenes over at 1000 Facials where she appears as her formerly redheaded self but look for her new raven haired goodness in upcoming releases. Follow Blair on Twitter to keep up with all of her sexy porn star doings and here is what I am listening to right now. Hope you are having a great week!