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and you were told you could listen to one last album.Bit of a cheesy thread but why not.
just in case..
it would make death seem like a pleasant relief
Aeroplane... by NMH.
sitting quietly listening to music, but hypothetically - probably that big fat cliche, OK Computer
just so 'only in dreams' could see me off to death. that is if at the end of the album you peacefully slip out of life, of course
No album makes me feel more alive.
Because if it does then i'm listening to Sigur Ros - ( ). I'd make sure i'm doing something epic with the last couple of minutes of my life as Untitled #8 is blasting out.
its the only album i really find 'spiritual', i think it would set me in the right mood.
Endless Nameless by The Wildhearts
a 10/10 DiS album and absolute druggy armageddon from start to finish. Perfect for facing your own demise!
just take a bow on repeat would do
If you say so.
by Modest Mouse
not only is it an album that puts my life in retrospect it also reminds me of really nice times on the beach in the summer with my best friends having a BBQ, as 3rd planet would often be a song we would play on ye old bongo drums & accoustic guitars as a group.
Yankee hotel foxtrot
One of my favorite albums and has the best song "jesus etc"
i'd record one!
surely Kid A ?
"I will see you in the next life"
Songs: Ohia - The Magnolia Electric Co. Not only is it my favourite album, but the closing song, Hold On Magnolia, would be a suitably fitting track to play just prior to death.
Songs: Ohia - Didn't It Rain. Amazing, if slightly glum for the last moments on earth.
silent shout. i can't get enough of that album just now, so that'll do just grand for the last album i ever hear
Come To Daddy. Seriously.
Burial-untrue or patrick wolf-lycanthropy
outrageous quality albums
I would spend my final hours on this earth making my own playlist / CD of songs to face death with.
I might try and squeeze in a bit of time playing with my kids and that, but most of the afternoon would be making the perfect death CD.
Now I can't decide whether I'd include Nick Cave's 'Death is not the end' or not. That's going to bug me.