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#5
Twillight series audiotape.
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#6
Quote by xaviergray
I Talk To The Wind - King Crimson.

Space Cadet - Kyuss.

Anything by Queens of the Stone Age, Kyuss, or Eagles of Death Metal.


Desert Rock FTW.
#8
Quote by Kensai
Twillight series audiotape.
You're starting to repeat your material, Kensai.


I'm on to you....
Quote by Teh Forest King
A kid took a fetal pig during pig dissection, put a napkin on it as a cape, wrote "super pig" on it, then threw it out the window onto the greenhouse below, yelling "super pig, blast off!". He failed the pig lab
#9
Any slow classical.
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MyNameIsLame just nailed it (actually both his statements did some nailing).


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#10
I try listening to something mellow and soothing that doesn't focus too much on personal things. Everywhere And His Nasty Parlour Tricks by Modest Mouse is my favorite for that.

edit: That's an album btw, not a song.
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#11
Quote by xaviergray
I Talk To The Wind - King Crimson.

I would say Epitaph would be more approprite. It is a fantastic album though.
#12
Quote by Kensai
Twillight series audiotape.


That's delving more into masochism than depression...
#13
I Cum Blood


somebody had to say it
#57 in UG Top 100 2010!

I really ought to get my username changed...
#14
Piano man.
Dunno why.
LIFE IS TOO SHORT NOT TO LET YOUR MIND SPREAD WINGS AND TAKE FLIGHT

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+Infinity. This dude knows good metal.
#17
Quote by Just Andrew
You're starting to repeat your material, Kensai.


I'm on to you....


I don't know what you're talking about, but they're grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreat!




Seriously though Don Mclean - American pie is always good
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#18
That's oddly specific.

The Shape is in a Trance by Thurston Moore
Dramamine by Modest Mouse
Motion Picture Soundtrack by Radiohead
Jam Runs Free by Sonic Youth
Soma by Smashing Pumpkins
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#19
Quote by Kensai
I don't know what you're talking about, but they're grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreat!




Seriously though Don Mclean - American pie is always good

+number

Also Jawbreaker.
kill all humans
#21
Quote by PhillyHendrix
I Cum Blood


somebody had to say it

i was starting to think i was gonna hafta do it..whew..
and ya..nice to see not a huge flamefest. rare occasion this is

edit- in the air tonight, phil collins.
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#22
My songs.

Uh...If you're in to Alt. rap, try Ghostwork or Soft Atlas by 13 And God. If not, try some stuff by Ronald Jenkees, God Is An Astronaut, or a lot of stuff by Mechanical Poet. Oh, and try Adam Nitti if you like bass.
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#23
How could I have forgot then Wind-Up Bird's album "Whips"?!?!
If your depressed over a break up/girl you're going fall in love with this album.
Get some good headphones, turn off all of the lights and make sure you aren't going to be disturbed, and listen to the album all the way through.
It's like therapy man.
#25
Quote by Kensai
I don't know what you're talking about, but they're grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreat!




Seriously though Don Mclean - American pie is always good
I still lol'd, again...

OP, I find that Jeff Buckley's album Grace has a somber, depressing tone to it on some of the tracks. Particularly "Lilac Wine" and "Hallelujah". Depends on how depressed you are, though.

Andredit: "Moonlight Sonata" - Beethoven

Might want to check that one out, too.
Quote by Teh Forest King
A kid took a fetal pig during pig dissection, put a napkin on it as a cape, wrote "super pig" on it, then threw it out the window onto the greenhouse below, yelling "super pig, blast off!". He failed the pig lab
Last edited by Just Andrew at Jan 6, 2009,
#26
The Lodge- Agalloch

A Desolation Song - Agalloch (works for me...maybe not for you)
you brought a hooker to church?
#27
You could maybe, MAYBE, fall asleep to Ghosts I-IV by Nine Inch Nails. Could go either way really.
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#28
Kissing in Cars by Pierce the Veil.


/most depressing song
/iWin
/thread
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who the hell is nightwish


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My ex-girlfriend died.


The bitch still won't leave me alone.


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Thats like saying Slayer does covers of George Michael songs......
#29
Anything from Opeth's Damnation album
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a sport


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Oh, so it's sorta like real-life gaming, then?
#30
i will follow you into the dark --Death Cab for Cutie
/thread
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I wasn't aware that Eric Cartman was a UGer.

He said that about me

#31
Godspeed You! Black Emperor. Especially from LYSFLATH.

In fact, any post rock....

Namely Mogwai's song "Travel is Dangerous".

Or Porcupine Tree.
Play the man, Master Ridley; we shall this day light such a candle, by God's grace, in England, as I trust shall never be put out.
#32
Mad World by Gary Jules
Passing Afternoon by Iron & Wine
A lot of songs by The Clarks, specifically Inside You, So You Can Sleep at Night, and Flame
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#33
the album Hvarf/Heim by Sigur Ros. It's a very quiet and soft relaxing album, with melancholy songs on it.

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Passing Afternoon by Iron & Wine

I was listening to that song as I was reading your post.
I can honestly say I have really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like.


I don't always post on UG, but when I do, I post in the Pit. Stay thirsty my friends.
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#35


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I learned that there are easy ways to waste your life away when all you have is a computer and a world full of people putting new and interesting things on their boners.

Wow, I've been here for a while.
#36


Seriously.
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#37
The album Kid A by Radiohead sounds pretty perfect for what you're talking about. Slow, chill, and very depressing.
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#38
Anything Acoustic.
And those spiffy instrumental remixes ReS have.
“I want every girl in the world to pick up a guitar and start screaming”

I will prove you wrong.
#39
I personally listen to Jimmy Eat World on shuffle and skip the faster songs
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