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#1
Hey, i know that there's probably a thread on this already but I looked through a good ten pages of search results to no avail and think it's safe to assume that if there was one it well and truly buried.

Basically I'm creating a series of playlists which have songs united by a particular mood. And, as I usually find with these things, I'm having a complete blank trying to find the right songs, particularly for the 'feel good' playlist.

So I'm turning to UG for help. Just name whatever songs give you that slight endorphin rush that puts a smile on your face, songs like Somewhere in the Between - Streetlight Manifesto, 54 46 That's my number - Toot and the Maytals, Paper Planes - MIA. Don't care too much about genre or age or anything like that, just looking for some inspiration.

Thanks heaps.
#3
Feel Good Inc.
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#7
'Cause I'm Feeling Good....

Also, Everybody's Gonna Be Happy - The Kinks, or the Queens of the Stone Age version of it


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#11
"Funk #49" by James Gang
"Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo" by Rick Derringer
"It's Tricky" by Run DMC
"Mas Tequila" by Sammy Hagar
"Jungle Love" by Steve Miller Band
"All Right Now" by Free
"Gettin' Tighter" by Deep Purple
"Takin' Care Of Business" by Bachman-Turner Overdrive
"You Shook Me All Night Long" by AC/DC

Not exactly sure what you mean by "feel good music" but every time I hear those songs, I get a smile on my face.
#13
The rain song - Led zeppelin

The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
#14
I'm Yours - Jason Mraz (?)
Show me the way - Peter Frampton

edit: actually, all Frampton for that matter.
Last edited by gunther_sucks at Feb 9, 2009,
#15
Well i just recorded a wonderful feel good song on my profile, its original, give it a listen!

But aside from that I'd think that alot of pop is feel good music.
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#16
how about the beatles?

i really like penny lane, all you need is love, with a little help from myu friends

ccr and the stones have some good feel good songs as well
#23
you aint a-goin nowhere by bob dylan
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#24
The Sultans of Swing always puts a smile on my face. They don't care, they just wanna play their music...
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#26
ramble on- ledzep
jailhouse- sublime
takin care of no business- jimi hendrix
jimi- slightly stoopid
time of the season- the zombies
beer- reel big fish
ms jackson- outkast


i have a feel good cd i made about a month ago, ill have to take a look at that and ill have more
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SupaDupaFly (Samme Remix) - 666 -if you can't find the Samme remix the original one is still pretty good.

Kirisute Gomen - Trivium -just has badass riffs.

Falling - Lacuna Coil -it seems like a depressing song but it gets me up at times when I feel bad.

Seize The Day - Avenged Sevenfold -might seem bad at first but it picks up later on in the song when the drums get more upbeat, and the solo used to send chills down my spine, sometimes still does.
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#28
Float On- Modest Mouse
Where Is My Mind?- Pixies
Shake! Shake!- The Subways
Debaser- Pixies (Pretty much all of Doolittle...)
Alex Chilton- The Replacements
All Out of Angst- NOFX
I'd like to grow up to be Charles Thompson.

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#29
Smokey - Who the F*uck is Alice?
That is one incredible song, listen to the Roy Chubby Brown version though, it's hilarious
I defecate all over my clothes to get extra protected
Roses are Red
Violets are Bitchin
God Dammit Woman
Get Back in the Kitchen
#30
Live Forever, Rock n Roll Star- Oasis
Parklife, Girls and Boys, For Tomorrow- Blur (in fact, the entire Modern Life is Rubbish and Parklife albums are the definition of feelgood IMO)
No One Knows- Queens of the Stone Age
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#31
Pretty much anything by The Beatles
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#32
Bron-Yr-Aur Stomp by Zeppelin
P.Y.T by Michael Jackson, thats some funk **** right there
Cheap Sunglasses by ZZ Top
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#36
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#37
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Sublime - Santeria

makes me feel happy anyway.


ftw "I won't think twice to stick that barrel straight down Sancho's throat. Believe me when I say that I got something for his punk a ss." lol
#38
Any Bob Marley
Jack Johnson
Ben Harper (check out "burn one down")
Vampire Weekend-English Comma
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#39
journey - don't stop believin'
journey - any way you want it
toto - hold the line
the darkness - growing on me
kiss - crazy crazy nights (hate the band but that songs class)
boston - more than a feeling
acdc - you shook me all night long(think someone already mentioned it)

all those tracks make me smile whenever they're on
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