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give me some nice ones please.
to wallow Broken Social Scene Forgiveness Rock Record
or just put on Radio 4 and tune out
for 'still slightly drunk ones' I either blast Queens of the Stoneage Rated R or some Prince (because there is never a bad time for Prince)
for 'OW MY HEAD' ones then Explosions in the Sky's The Earth Is Not a Cold Dead Place or Nils Frahms Felt tends to go down quite well http://drownedinsound.com/news/4143750-listen--stream-nils-frahms-felt
for weird ones, where you feel like you've escaped it, but know things might go a bit strange, then I recommend you get some Mercury Rev in your life. Maybe All is Dream. Alternatively, Tom Waits or Sparklehorse.
Quiet and slightly off-kilter enough to soothe a woozy head. Just skip the track with the saxophone.
Was suffering particularly badly one day and stuck on his discography and it helped a bit.
Bonobo's Days to Come is fucking great.
Also the entirety of the Shadow Ring's Lighthouse LP.
you can tell by the title and band name that this is horrendous
or yeah, Broken Social Scene is probably a good shout for something gentle but invigorating
Then something quirky to cheer things up e.g Boney M
Built to Spill
I find Good Morning off of Come Down by the Dandy Warhols quite soothing, and it it fills me with hope that things will get better.
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Future Days is always pleasant when I feel a bit dodge.
It's just as well you listen to something that matches how you feel. Don't wallow in headache and nausea; pour a drink, put this on and read a book by the radio. Or, you know, what the fuck ever you want
I love it but half dozing with a hangover while that last track pounds into your head would be a nightmare
let Stuart Staples' voice sooth all your aches away
Does the trick for me.
I was listening to his self-titled last night, fucking brilliant.
Love Sam Stone, one of the best war tunes ever.
file under people who.
After the Goldrush as well.
Most of Joni Mitchell's late 60's early 70's stuff too.