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post #31 of 53
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Shoegaze, but be careful sometimes it can have the opposite effect.


wow... I would definitely not listen to that... LOL!

(i.e. Difference Engine ROOOOCKS!!!)
 

 

post #32 of 53

Bloodhound Gang  - Bad Touch / Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo

Journey - Don't Stop Believin'

Van Halen - Jump

post #33 of 53

 

that will get you going. volume to 11 and plenty of space to move da body!

 

 

post #34 of 53

Try out Vampire Weekend's song "A-Punk"

post #35 of 53

I just wanted to say that when I was personally going through a rough time I actually found it better to listen to music that represented how I felt. I found that trying to supress things and cover-it-up with feel good tracks here and there didnt help me in the long run. So I started listening to tracks which I could relate to which really helped me get the emotions out of my system.

 

When I am in an upbeat mood I love to listen to trance. My fav track right now is probably

John  O'Callaghan - Find yourself

post #36 of 53

Some up-lifting trance usually get's me into a good mood. 

post #37 of 53

Whatever you do no Air Supply.  Even if you are in good spirits etysmile.gif

 

 

Try Eminem "not afraid"  

 

 

 

 

post #38 of 53

post #39 of 53

I find that when I'm depressed listening to morbid, self pitying tunes like The Smiths help. I just think that I'm glad Im not THAT guy...he has way more problems.

 

And a daily dose of Citalopram might help :)

 

Hope you feel better soon 

post #40 of 53
You might want to try Brian Wilson's "SMiLE." Happy music and always fun. Too bad its backstory isn't like that.
post #41 of 53
the scene aesthetics album brother is very coolhe scene aesthetics album brother is very cool
post #42 of 53

When I am too depressed (it happens rarely, once in 3 - 5 years), I am listening and watching "The Wall". Though it looks depressive itself, it helps. And it is interesting how "The Wall" discloses new meanings / edges / layers each time I am watching it. I suppose both anti-depressive and artistic effects are reduced with frequent watching.

 

If depression is not that deep then New Age helps me - Karunesh, Oliver Shanti, Sacred Spirit.

post #43 of 53

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZES3nJQYJok&ob=av2e

 

Blue October - Into the Ocean

 

Peaceful song. 

post #44 of 53
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZES3nJQYJok&ob=av2e

 

Blue October - Into the Ocean

 

Peaceful song. 



About killing yourself lol - probably not what the OP is looking for!! ;-)

post #45 of 53

Try I'm From Barcelona's ST album.  Man, that gets me smiling every time.

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