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exactly like DanielKellys thread.what music has moved you to tears?
live at the Scala a few years back
Just a tear or two
Don't cry about it or anything
which is embarrassing, because it's corny.
Also see: Coldplay - Politik (i was fragile)
but when i saw brand newat GIAN last year they played limousine and jesus christ and they both made me cry
at the CIA in cardiff 2003. other than that i've only cried with music on
Yesterday I was crying while listening to Gorky's Zygotic Mynchi's Spanish dance troup. I've no idea why I find it so sad...
often makes my eyes watery.
Can't remember what song, might possibly have been Play Crack The Sky.
A handful of Tindersticks ones. Some others. Fuck off.
the first time I heard it.
Biffy Clyro playing The Atrocity at the Astoria 2005 two days after my grandma died.
Feeder - Bitter Glass (naff I know but I have my reasons).
listen to Girl At The Bus Stop by My Drug Hell.
I loved that song.
is that thread still around?
i tried to reply in the correct place but it didnt seem to work
I will only revive it if there are any developments.
I honestly thought that I would never see TG. And I did, which made me cry. I also cried like a baby during The Grudge by Tool at Ozzfest. And 3 Libras when I saw A Perfect Circle. In fact, I cry at everything.
the first few seconds of Joga gets me close to blubbering every time...
So i haven't ever really cried purely because of a piece of music. Apart from at a funeral, and that was "moonlight sonata"
I remember just falling apart one night alone in my old house a few years back, it was winter and freaking freezing, I couln't sleep so I started listening to music on big headphones.
Started off with John Frusciante, first time I heard any solo stuff by him and it slayed the hell out of me, so haunting. Decided to try and perk myself up and bit so I put on "Up In The Guts" by Planes Mistaken For Stars. That just didn't make things any better, listening to it in a totally different light, kept conjuring up images in my head. Up In Them Guts is really dark.
the climax on in the backseat. it brings tears to my eyes just thinking about it. and neighbourhood #1.
"Alice died, in the night"
First time I heard it, just the emotional pinnacle of an incredibly affecting album
has dampened my eyes once
Can we please disagree about something soon, I was thinking "yeah crown of love, good call", looks down slightly and it's you again. Only joking it's nice really. :)
You'll adjust to it soon
..from your profile. I haven't heard of a lot of the music you're currently listening to and I thought I should do some exploring. I read a Dog Fashion Disco review from this site "Anarchists of Good Taste" or something like that, it sounded pretty crazy.
You must be a good time-waster, you're catching me up fast in the total number of posts you've done and I thought I posted too much.
come on you two get a room
Don't worry. :)
I wouldn't usually waste SO much time, but there's nothing to do. And i've checked the news, done an application, checked all other sites etc.
my brain has stopped functioning properly today.i cant think of much to post
they benefit all and are eco-friendly
your mad for lists.i will be ok later.its payday at 12 tonight so im going to go mad on play.com and order about 10 albums.that always cheers me up
Or on a wreckless spree of stealing free CDs from magazine covers in your local Tesco?
1.absolutely anything over than being sat at my desk.its not even as if im being lazy and doing no work.im doing as much work as i usually do when i work hard but the time just doesnt seem to want to pass quickly.tell me some albums to buy please based on the bands ive rated, the bands i talk about and just things you think i would like in general (im aware it will just be GS3 and medulla posting)
Sooooooo much time to waste at work, I'm just pleased this site exists otherwise I wouldn't know what to do.
I'm agreeing with another "Medulla" post, I know, (before SHANDYHOLMES makes a comment).
amazon.co.uk, you can get it for £3 incl. p+p i think. Do it.
How come Amazon is so cheap, does it search everywhere and you pick the best prices or something. Will it be used or new? I really have no idea about these things and how they work.
go to used and new section ALWAYS. Things are either imports, so it's the decent exchange rate making it so cheap, or they're used (it'll indicate what condition it's in: like new, very good, good, acceptable, etc).
Import ones (caiman usa, caiman bargain, import cds are the only 3 i've used) arrive within 2 weeks; importcds have been pretty slow these days, though. UK ones will arrive sooner, but with newer CDs aren't as likely to be the cheapest option.
Just search for an item, click the used and new section and you can take it from there. Sorry in advance for ruining your finances
Surely this is going to improve my finances, it will cost me less then spending my money in record stores. Although I suppose the availability of CDs online will meen I can buy things I normally wouldn't be able to get. Do you ever have problems with getting your goods? That's something I would worry about.
, though importcds did recently take a while to deliver. But everything's always arrived in the condition as described.
The mission titled: music collection expansion at an absolute ridiculous rate of purchasing causing massive crippling debt, is now underway.
thanks for the album suggestions il check em out
Films yes, but music and books don't have the same effect.
by Bright Eyes nearly made me cry one day. I was 27 and must have been feeling particularly vulnerable. Nothing quite like that had ever happened before or indeed since.
It is beautiful, isn't it? But for me it was Lua that did it. Just so sparse and fragile. The only two others I can remember were Barriers by Aereogramme (recent troubles) and washer by Slint (an utterly devastating piece of music).
final fantasy VII main theme by nobuo uematsu's orchestra
i hasnt made me cry but it makes me well up and i have a huggeeeeeeeee grin on my face when i hear it.i want to see them
i would love to see them too, not sure if they 'tour' as such, and i've only heard his FF7 stuff, but it would be amazing
has made be cry before
This has made me cry on numerous occasions.
Goddamnit I love that man.
but now i just think of V from V For Vendetta dancing around to it in the silly mask, and it makes me giggle.
If you have seen VFV i'll seem weird here
‘Til I Die – The Beach Boys
In My Life – The Beatles
This Is A Low - Blur
Bill Callahan at ATP last year.
I posted on a different thread last week that seeing Bill perform this at Homefires a few years ago was one of the live highlights of many years of gig-going. I'd never even heard it before (the album wasn't yet released) and I was blubbing by the end of it. This is one of the most beautiful songs ever written. It makes me well up every time.
And agreed also with the people who mentioned In The Backseat.
And the bit in Exit Music where Yorke sings "And now we are one, in everlasting peace..."
So I will. When I was 16 I slow danced to the then love of my life to that song. Next week she was snogging a guy called Dan. I couldn't listen to the song for YEARS (and it was pretty ubiquitous back then). I even refused to listen to 'Strange Currencies' off Monster because it sounds too similar to Everybody Hurts.
Yes, I know, man up etc...
...after I found my Dad dead in the living room chair and embraced my estranged friend at their concert.
, for me it would be 'Little Arithmetics ' by dEUS, takes me back to being pissed-up and 18. cant listen to it without my bottom lip spazzing out on me. sniff.
ABBA, The Winner Takes it All. The shame. Also, very cheesy, but Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) by Green Day. They played it at our school leavers' do, and we were all very emotional (and very drunk...)
but i remember sitting in the park singing 'on a ragga tip' by SL2 after our final exams.
But with Radiohead. I'm pretty sure I didn't cry at that though (at least, I hope I didn't!)
which Radiohead song?
But most memorably, Creep. I guess we must've been a pretty impressive sight, a bunch of 18 yr olds off our face on cider howling along to Creep. I'm embarassed just thinking about it.
Radiohead also, I didn't actually cry, but I thought I was going to the last time they played Glastonbury.
I'll probably cry a bit to Upward Over The Mountain by Iron & Wine and First Night by the Hold Steady.
young and old by gregor samsa