"Teeth" - Lisa Hannigan
Every. Single. Time.
If I Ever Leave this World Alive - Flogging Molly
Far Away Boys - Flogging Molly
Tobacco Island - Flogging Molly
The Sun Never Shines on Closed Doors - Flogging Molly
You know what just enter a Flogging Molly song here and you are probably on the right track
Upstarts and Broken Hearts - Dropkick Murphys
Fields Of Athenry - Dropkick Murphys
Forever - Dropkick Murphys
Glass Prison - Dream Theatre
The Saltwater Room - Owl City (probably because I am in Iraq and missing the Mrs.)
Fairytale of New York - The Pogues
EDIT: Can't forget anything by "William Elliott Whitmore" guy is brilliant.
Plus Many Many More
Whilst it is obvious that other peoples "goose bump" tracks are personal, and may not have that strong of an effect if any at all , on others. Whilst listening to suggestions in this thread, whilst few have given me goose bumps, I think I can safely guess at which point those goose bumps kick in for the listener.
I am listening artificially away from the environment and timely elements that effect the listeners perceptions of the song , listening to the song , looking specifically for the goose bump bit.
I understand nothing about the physcology/science/art of music, however, would it be safe to assume that there must be a structure or recipe or a line of correlation between these songs that cause that effect?
Just as an example , do lots of the tracks share a similar timing or pace or change of mood or build up etc etc that triggers the goose bumps...?
Just thinking aloud really , stupid post really but Ive typed it out now... lol
After a quick google, http://www.exploratorium.edu/music/questions/goosebumps.html
if anybody is interested , it explains a little more clearly about what I was curious about.
Transcendence - Santana (Moonflower). The vocal by Greg Walker gives me the shivers.
Soon (single edit) - Yes (Relayer). Jon Anderson at his best.
I Believe In You - Talk Talk (Spirit of Eden). Damn.
Score for To Kill A Mockingbird - Elmer Bernstein.
One should never tire of such fragile beauty