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Discussion in 'Music Discussion (BAM'S Bieberverse)' started by Mike, Jan 8, 2017.
...no Kate Bush?
the Vangelis soundtrack to Blade Runner is timeless in its impact.
always soothes me, whatever the mood I'm in.
what a great film
the scene is full of conflicting themes
I listen to sad songs for depression. Ironically speaking they make me feel better.
I listen to thrash
And 80s music. 80s is the best decade for music.
great choice. maybe their best song but that's a bold statement.
I listen to some polar opposite music lately when I'm depressed. (surprise surprise)
anything from Cannibal Corpse to the Avett Brothers.
Something really heavy to get my pulse going sometimes.
Other times I like to get involved in the skill of the musicians so I go for harmonies and slick rhythm.
then there's something like this of course
Fuck yeah! I love that album.
Came to say this, though i find those songs to be their happier tunes. Reel around the fountain, back to the old house, and there is a light that never goes out are the gloom and doom ones for me. Morrissey is the only concert where a grown man can cry and no one thinks it's weird. Do that at a Misfits show and you'd have to be all "nah bro, Danzig just spit in my eye."
I HOPE THIS FUCKING WORLD FUCKING BURNS AWAY
AND I'D KILL YOU ALL IF I HAD MY WAY
Agreed, Steven Wilson talks about that feeling here:
I usualy just get drunk and take drugs, Im not one that gets depressed very often
Fleetwood Mac always cheers me up.
Anything by techno genius Carl Craig..Maybe a tune called a wonderful life.
Or the theory by underground resistance.
And if all else fails vermilion part 2 by slipknot..
when im depressed, i usually listen to myself crying.
Good dose of the Carpenters or if necessary:
When you've hit rock bottom, nothing helps you dig a little deeper than Disintegration. Besides being one of the most depressing albums ever, it is also one of the greatest.
I have an entire playlist for this titled "Somber". Here are two from it: