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any songs that have changed your life?
for me its Mayonaisse-The Smashing Pumpkins.
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Wish You Were Here-Pink Floyd
Title and Registration-Death Cab for Cutie.
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Casting Such A Thin Shadow - Underoath
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Wouldn't say it changed my life, but The way to heaven by Buckethead is so beautiful, it's what got me listening to his stuff and I wouldn't want to have it any other way. Also Harvest by Opeth, it's one of the reasons I started listening to them soo.
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Iron Man - Black Sabbath and
Crazy Train - Ozzy

Edit: Oh beautiful songs?


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The Czar - Mastodon? I heard it and that's the whole reason i started listening to more progressive stuff.
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#14
Pink Floyd and Porcupine Tree.

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Mordecai - Between the Buried and Me

This.
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#15
Breaks (The Black Keys) - not really beautiful, per se, but itconvinced me I needed to start playing the guitar.

Little Wing, Soothsayer, Scarborough Fair
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any songs that have changed your life?
for me its Mayonaisse-The Smashing Pumpkins.




idk about 'changing my life' but Tonight, Tonight - The Smashing Pumpkins comes close enough
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#18
Stairway to heaven. I know it sounds cliché, but before i listened to that song, all i ever listened to was screamo stuff. It simply made me crave for more rock n roll and pick up a guitar
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A Change Of Seasons. Also Stairway to Heaven.
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#22
Time by Pink Floyd. I remember listening to that song all day long, which inspired me to find more songs like that, which led to me eventually stumbling upon the whole psychedelic/stoner rock scene that I am proud to be a part of today.
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Crack Rock Steady - Choking Victim

No Seriously. It helped me discover how much I really hate cops.
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Your Hand in Mine by Explosions in the Sky. I know I post this song a lot, but seriously, it's just that amazing. Click the link in my sig, I promise you won't be disappointed.
I can't believe I forgot this. EITS in general changed my life a while back.
Time keeps on slipping...


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Your Hand in Mine by Explosions in the Sky. I know I post this song a lot, but seriously, it's just that amazing. Click the link in my sig, I promise you won't be disappointed.


+51324974 Any of Explosions material is just magical. But i agree, Your Hand in Mine has to be one of the best! Way to go, once i saw the title i was looking in the comments for some Post Rock and especially EITS! Well Done Sir!
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Time by Pink Floyd. I remember listening to that song all day long, which inspired me to find more songs like that, which led to me eventually stumbling upon the whole psychedelic/stoner rock scene that I am proud to be a part of today.


Yes! 100% agreement from me. I still remember how I felt when I first heard those lyrics:

So you run and you run to catch up with the sun but it's sinking
Racing around to come up behind you again.
The sun is the same in a relative way but you're older,
Shorter of breath and one day closer to death.
#27
For me......definitely Slide Away by The Verve. Great song and great album.
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#32
The only song that actually changed my life is the one that got me to pick up the guitar.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VDh_ZNcVi4

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I equate the music that I listen to at any given point to symbolize what's going on in my life.

One of the first songs that I listened to that really hit me in my stomach and made me stop and say, "Wow. This is what it means to be moved by a song" is the song Lazy Eye by Silversun Pickups.

I first heard it at my friends house during the winter 2 years ago when he and another friend were playing Rock Band.

Another night, the first and only time that I ever tried pills (I had one hydrocodine) I bought that song on iTunes and listened to it, along with a collection of other songs that I had heard and liked.

Up to that point, the music I had listened to had never been "my" music, but music that other people liked and I listened to because I hadn't found anything that I really liked.
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#34
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Your Hand in Mine by Explosions in the Sky. I know I post this song a lot, but seriously, it's just that amazing. Click the link in my sig, I promise you won't be disappointed.


Because you always suggest this, I finally took a listen.

Wow.

Thank you.
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Straight Edge by Minor Threat...But no seriously, the album Illinois by Sufjan Stevens. It made me listen to some music that I completely ignored, minimalism, orchestral pop, contemporary classical. Really great stuff.

edit; Plus, Illinois is just amazingly beautiful and makes me cry.
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Because you always suggest this, I finally took a listen.

Wow.

Thank you.

Told you dude, the entire, "The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place" is that awesome as well. You should give it a listen if you liked it.
#37
Between the Buried and Me - Mordecai
Death - Voice of the Soul
Animals as Leaders - The Price of Everything and the Vaule of Nothing
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Cynic - Integral Birth
Silversun Pickups - Lazy Eye
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Told you dude, the entire, "The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place" is that awesome as well. You should give it a listen if you liked it.


As soon as this posts I'm torrenting it. But damn...


Wow haha
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Told you dude, the entire, "The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place" is that awesome as well. You should give it a listen if you liked it.

Am I the only person in the world who, while being a fan of post-rock, doesn't like Explosions in the Sky? I mean, to be fair I've only really listened to All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone. And Your Hand in Mine. Which is a pretty good song, but I'd still take a Godspeed You! Black Emperor song any day.
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