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#1
i got it sooo hard a few years ago when i first listened to comfortably numb

its an awesome feeling to get when you hear a song

i havnt found any music that did that to me in a loong time but just yesterday i was listenin to 2pacs post-life resurrection album and the song runnin' when the sirens went on about him gettin shot did it to me,*flameshield on*

any of yu pitheads ever get this? and from what songs,im now in search of this feeling again lol

edit/ i mean the spine-chilling-goosebumps feeling!
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#3
Yeah, from loads of songs.. but i can never think of things like this on the spot >.<
#4
I'm mostly into death metal but I get that feeling from almost all of Radiohead's music.
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Yeah, I get it right when the second solo in comfortably numb starts, among other things.
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#7
I liked the title of your original thread more...

But, to contribute to this thread: the Comfortably Numb solo, Wet Sand solo, and the solo from Stairway to Heaven on SRTS.

Oh, and In the Flesh, Thin Ice, Mother, Another Brick in the Wall Part 2, Money, Time, and most of Echoes... yes I am a huge David Gilmour fan.

And the solo in Suck My Kiss made me get that feeling the first few times I listened to it for some reason.

Edit: and the solo in the live version of Hear My Train A Comin' from Hendrix's Live/Rare boxset
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I'm mostly into death metal but I get that feeling from almost all of Radiohead's music.

+1 minus the metal. When its early morning and I'm on the way to school I get on the bus, bundle up so I'm nice and warm and put on some Radiohead and get chills all the way to school.

So let's just put it an easier way.... Kid A.
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#9
The song Transatlanticism by Death Cab for Cutie... such an epic song from an epic band.
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#10
Most Rockabilly does it for me, makes me start tapping my foot and gets me in a good mood.
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#11
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I'm mostly into death metal but I get that feeling from almost all of Radiohead's music.


"House of Cards" and "15 Step" by Radiohead.

'nuff said.
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I liked the title of your original thread more...

But, to contribute to this thread: the Comfortably Numb solo, Wet Sand solo, and the solo from Stairway to Heaven on SRTS.

Oh, and In the Flesh, Thin Ice, Mother, Another Brick in the Wall Part 2, Money, Time, and most of Echoes... yes I am a huge David Gilmour fan.

And the solo in Suck My Kiss made me get that feeling the first few times I listened to it for some reason.


hah yeah that was a major typo the cursor got away from me
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Most "epics"

Classical stuff mostly, but also Guns n' Roses songs like Estranged etc.

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#14
Jason Mraz- I'm Yours


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I misread the opening sentence of OP's post as "i got sooo hard a few years ago when i first listened to comfortably numb."

Either way, I agree.
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Chiodos cover of Harvey Dangers "Flagpole Sitta"
the original song is amazing as well
#20
Painkiller by Judas Priest. During the solo when Tipton is doing those ascending sweeping lines and then to a huge, powerful bend. And there are several more during the solo. That gives me chills.
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#21
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"House of Cards" and "15 Step" by Radiohead.

'nuff said.


Yeh! they're the best to chill to normally.
Also if you're chilling whilst perhaps stoned if that's what you're into I would have to say Nude, Idioteque and Everything in it's right place!
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I misread the opening sentence of OP's post as "i got sooo hard a few years ago when i first listened to comfortably numb."

Either way, I agree.


Same here.

Well I usually get that extremely chilled feeling whenever I listen to Dylan, I don't think I have any specific favourite song though but most stuff by him makes me feel good.

My Wild Love and The End by The Doors are two other songs that come to mind.
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"House of Cards" and "15 Step" by Radiohead.

'nuff said.

You'll never quite experience House of Cards til you see it like with 16 000 other people clapping along. And, naturally, Radiohead fans have a good sense of rhythm, so there weren't those offbeat wangs screwing everything up.

Sigur Ros's off-the-floor recordings off Heima give me this feeling. Thomas Newman's original compositions, a lot of Keane's slower stuff, "Angeles" by Elliott Smith, "Because" and "Julia" by the Beatles, "Invincible" by Muse, "Only Twin" and "Voorhees" by Oceansize...man, I could go on all day.

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#25
Psych Rock, Reggae and Chill music. Bands like Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Zero 7, Portishead or Pink Floyd bring me an orgasmic listening session along with some joints.
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Bradley Nowells acoustic ****. Cobains early demos like Verse Chorus Verse, Do Re Mi, etc. Almost everything by Bob Dylan, The Eagles and Janis Joplin. Hendrix tops my list with his blues.


Edit: Oh yea, read the post above me and I gotta say Bob Marley, Ziggy for sure and Ben Harper.
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Opeth's Damnation album. Windowpane the most
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Opeth's Damnation album. Windowpane the most

YES!!! How did I forget that.
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YES!!! How did I forget that.
The most played album on my itunes

I always use that album when i feel really stressed out or im angry at someone. Its better than weed!!!
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#32
Most black metal songs with big orchestration also does the trick.
Also Cemetery Gates is beautiful at times.
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#35
Viridian/White Walls by Between the Buried and Me

It never fails to give me goosebumps at least 3 times every time I listen to it.
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#37
"chill" as in laid back? or "chill" as in a cold frightening sensation?

Venom - At War with Satan / the spoken dialog
Judas Priest - Beyond the Realms of Death / Halford and company, 'nuff said
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#38
Steven Wilson's lyrics and vocals in "Even Less" by Porcupine Tree always give me chills.

Same for the moment where his vocals enter in "Collapse the Light into Earth" and "Piano Lessons".
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#39
Most of the songs off of Death's 'The Sound of Perseverance', especially "Voice of the Soul". When the acoustic guitar starts a chord pattern near the end with the ascending solo it gives me the chills.

There are a lot of those moments on that album, for me at least, but that song the most.


Also, the vocal intro to "In Shadows And Dust" by Kataklysm, not because of what it is, just because I'm waiting for the awesome riff to kick in.
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