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post #61 of 159
Beach House - D.A.R.L.I.N.G (very nostalgic sounding)
post #62 of 159
second fix you- coldplay

but it was me and my ex's song and ill prob just get upset if i hear it now.
post #63 of 159
Stay strong bro. ^^

List:
Sound of Madness- Shinedown
Have You Passed Through This Night- Explosions in the Sky
Sway- Lostprophets
There Are Some Remedies Worse Than The Disease- This Will Destroy You
&
Pretty much all of Manchester Orchestra's stuff.

xx
post #64 of 159
Darkspace - Dark 3.12 came immidietly to mind. Whenever the epic and intense part starting from 1:42 kicks in I get goosebumps. EVERY time. I usually turn up the volume just before the part kicks in too and sit in borderline trance.
post #65 of 159
post #66 of 159
There are so many.

Our House-Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young
America-Simon and Garfunkel
Black Peter-Grateful Dead
Cortez the Killer-Neil Young
A Day in the Life-The Beatles (the anthology one, you know, "sugar-plum fairy, sugar-plum fairy")

Just to name a few.
post #67 of 159

Awesome thread:)

These are my go to epic, goosebumps, smiles and tears songs

Roads - Portishead (simply awesome and an ultimate end to a song)

Sia - Distractions - Lady Croissant Live (excellent way to end a show)

Max Richter - Sarajevo (EPIC!!! I feel as if the world is going to shut down...but then it's slowly saved)

Feist - Lonely Lonely (listen at 2:38 mins and you know what I mean)

Justin Vernon - Sweet, Sweet Magdalene (love my girlfriend)

Jeff Buckley - Hallelujah (from the sigh at the start to the very end, awesome)
post #68 of 159
The Count of Tuscany by Dream Theater does it everytime. It was especially powerful live.
post #69 of 159
Anything by Portal (Death metal band). They're material is so unearthly and and phantasmal...you need to listen to this at night, in an abandoned warehouse.

YouTube - PORTAL - Glumurphonel
post #70 of 159
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Sia - Distractions - Lady Croissant Live (excellent way to end a show)

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I just picked that CD up the other day. It's excellent!
post #71 of 159
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I just picked that CD up the other day. It's excellent!
Picked it up last month myself, dominated my listening sessions enjoy!!
post #72 of 159
Brooke Benton - Rainy Night in Georgia
Gil Scott-Heron - The Bottle
Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons - The Night
Bobby Womack - Across 110th street

I'm not that old you know, although it does look like it, but classics are classics and these do it everytime.
post #73 of 159
Nick Cave comes to mind, too. Stuff like "She's Nobody's Baby Now" and countless others.

- Ed
post #74 of 159
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yessss thank you, that whole album for me really. Basically all that modest mouse writes is awesome.
For sure, Long Drive is a masterpiece.
post #75 of 159
Time for some classical.

Cello Concerto in E Minor: Edward Elgar
Adagio for Strings: Samuel Barber

And other stuff.

Bob Dylan: Mr Tambourine Man
Leonard Cohen: Famous Blue Raincoat
The Shins: New Slang
Simon and Garfunkel: Bridge Over Troubled Water
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