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 Post subject: Emotional, or moving music thread that probably won't last
PostPosted: Tue Jun 30, 2009 2:34 pm 
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Are there any songs that really move you? Like make you feel good, or give you a weird feeling inside...like a comforting feeling or something?

For me:
"]All Around Me" by Flyleaf
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"IV" by X-Japan


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 30, 2009 2:58 pm 
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Here are some feel good Buckethead songs:

"I Love my Parents"

"Spell of the Gypsies" - just amazing, the development of the 3 guitars and the chills I get.

"Who Me" - it's not emotional for him but the section starting at :53 makes me feel good. It's pretty happy and it's one guitar that sounds like 2.

"For Mom" - this is one of the songs that helped me learn more about what Buckethead is about.

"Watching the Boats with my Dad" - same as "For Mom"

"She Sells Sea Shells by the Slaughterhouse"

"All in the Waiting"

These songs will change your life.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 30, 2009 3:24 pm 
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The Light and the Glass by Coheed and Cambria
Mother Superiour by Coheed and Cambria
Five Years by David Bowie (done by Brian Molko)

and a LOT of others.


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Hurt - Johnny Cash


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This can be an emotional song if you listen to the words.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OGn7hV1rno


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The pokemon theme song.


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sebishungry wrote:
The pokemon theme song.

I'll vouch for that.


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Nine Inch Nails is better.


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Can't Forget About You - Nas
You Never Know - Immortal Technique


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wreksy wrote:
You Never Know - Immortal Technique


Yeah, thats a heavy song. Emotionally speaking, not genre :lol:


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Popchris wrote:
KrisDeagle wrote:


Nine Inch Nails is better.


Seeing Johnny Cash's life in the video makes it better than NiN's. IMO.


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Hallelujah - Leonard Cohen.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 01, 2009 6:21 pm 
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Come on Eileen by Dexy's Midnight Runner

Take on Me by Aha

The Wanderer by Swingle 2

Get Dancin' by Disco Tex and The Sex-o-lettes

Midnight Train by Journey

Age of Aquarius by the cast of Hair

Burning Down the House by The Talking Heads

Video Killed the Radio Star by The Buggles


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akirafist wrote:
Popchris wrote:
KrisDeagle wrote:


Nine Inch Nails is better.


Seeing Johnny Cash's life in the video makes it better than NiN's. IMO.


The fact that it is originally a NiN song turned good makes it the better version.


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i like the finale music to Edward Scissorhands.
the part on Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring where Frodo is just standing near the edge of the river contemplating what to do- and then he remembers what Gandalf said or whatever and the music that starts there. From there to the end of the movie is beautiful, moving music IMO.

as far as actual songs by bands, Fix You by Coldplay- Read my Mind by The Killers- One Chance by Modest Mouse (not emotional in a happy way but still good) -100 years, the Beautiful, the Devil in the Wishing Well, One More for Love, Nobody, I Just Love You, all by Five for Fighting- and of course, Drops of Jupiter by Train.


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