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Music that invokes emotions in you...

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posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 03:36 AM
Music can invoke emotions in many people for many different reasons...I wanna know what relaxes you and puts you in a better mood...Or what makes you angry...or what makes you nostalgic...Etc. Etc...

For me....

Team sleep-Formant

Team sleep-Ever

Linkin Park-in between (very relaxing to me for some reason)

Staind-Falling down

System of down-Lonely day

Clint Marsell-Requiem for a dream(Download if you haven't)(EPIC MUSIC)


Fuel-Hemorrhage in my hands



Far behind-Candlebox


Orgy-Dreams-In digital


Ill nino-Zombie eaters


Smashing pumpkins-Bleeding the orchid

Ill nino-Reservation for two

Ill nino-all I ask for

If you reveal why you like your songs I
will reveal why i have such a strong emotional attachment to mine...

posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 04:37 AM
reply to post by AgnosticX

Anything with a good bass lifts me up.

Haunting stuff like Clannad can make me happier or thoughtful.

Some music (can only think of the 'skirl of the pipes') makes the hairs on my neck stand up.

Certain songs invoke memories of events, places and special or sad times in my life.

Can never who sang what or what a song's name is though, so excuse the generalism of my reply.

Oh Ska just makes me dance and jump around even if I'm the only one on the dancefloor - I don't care because I'm in a world of my own when I dance.

posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 06:31 AM
Getting old is interesting, to say the least. Most of the bands listed in the OP I refuse to listen to.

And before the flaming starts, music is subjective, it's my opinion now get over it. I ain't saying the OP is a bad person for listening to SOAD, they just aren't my gig.

I just learned, supposedly, how to embed videos. We shall see if I learned correctly.

Google Video Link

Just a few things I like. Hope they all came out. If anyone decides to watch the stuff, I hope you enjoy.

Rock On!

[edit on 7/31/2009 by TheLoony]

posted on Jul, 31 2009 @ 11:45 AM
Trance Music

Armin Van Buuren
Paul Van Dyk
Ferry Corsten

Every single album, beginning to end, is a journey.

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