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#1
right, don't care what anyone says, the ending of Time by pink floyd is just beautiful, the soft harmony and the last three notes are just magical.

'to hear the softly spoken magic spell'

your turn, pit
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#2
The small little vocal break in Sufjan Steven's "Come On Feel The Illinois", where there is that really "jazzy" harmony.
#4
2.37 onwards in Where I End And You Begin by Radiohead
Last verse in North Country Blues by Bob Dylan
Intro riff to Show of Strength by Echo And The Bunnymen
The line "the dream is over" in God by John Lennon
The entirety of Lost Art Of Murder by Pete Doherty
When the harmonica kicks in, in My My Hey Hey by Neil Young
The returning and expanding of the original riff in Minor Swing by Django Reinhardt
The line "don't tell me 'everything's dandy and fine' you're no friend of mine in the song Do You Know Me by Babyshambles
The intro and Pete's mumling and morph into the first singing in the first verse in Loyalty Song - Babyshambles
Intro of Avalanche - Leonard Cohen
The french girls singing in The Partisan - Leonard Cohen
The first "chorus" in The Good Old Days by The Libertines, when Pete first comes in with his song.
The line I'll see you in the next life", the silence and then the returning of chaotic yet beautiful music in Motion Picture Soundtrack/Untitled by Radiohead off of Kid A.
3.15 onwards in "Minnesstund" by Björn Olsson
First minute of reckoner, the drums, the guitar riff kicking in and then Thom's song.
The intro of There Is A Light That Never Goes Out (been done like 4 times before but it's spectacular)
The opening line and feel of the song San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Some Flowers) by Scott McKenzie
sometimes I see us in a cymbal splash or in the sound of a car crash
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#5
0:00 to 4:21 of this song. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUmUf-O1ghM
whooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

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#6
agree with TS

but also the whole of "covered in rain" by john mayer (any given thursday version) is such a rollercoaster of emotion in one piece of music, it's hard to describe but it's just magical.
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#7
Quote by JohnnyGenzale
2.37 onwards in Where I End And You Begin by Radiohead
Last verse in North Country Blues by Bob Dylan
Intro riff to Show of Strength by Echo And The Bunnymen
The line "the dream is over" in God by John Lennon
The entirety of Lost Art Of Murder by Pete Doherty


<3

oh, and forgot to mention as soon as Time kicks in, TICKING AWAY THE MOMENTS THAT MAKE UP A DULL DAY, is also magical.
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#8
Yolanda Be Cool & DCUP - We No Speak Americano

i like the part where it goes do do do do do


oh and Duck Sauce - Barbra Streisand where it goes BARBRA STREISAND OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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#9
The ending jam of Outlaw Torn - Metallica.
I like St. Anger. Ridicule me, daddy

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#11
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The ending jam of Outlaw Torn - Metallica.


if we're going metallica, you just can't forget the MoP chorus. 3 years, still not bored of it.
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#12
The lyrics in "Horsey Noisers" by Venetian Snares.

I quote:
"I made you a drawing a giraffe fucking an elephant;
notice how his mustache looks just like mine"
There's a good chance that what I've written above is useless and if you take any of the advice it's your own fault.
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#13
The little jam were Rick James comes in on Eddie Murphy's Party All the Time
"I have good eye-sight, insight, and foresight. How could an
intelligent hare make such a silly mistake?"
#15
The last eight or so minutes of Electric Wizard's "Saturn's Children"
It's bloody beautiful.
#16
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if we're going metallica, you just can't forget the MoP chorus. 3 years, still not bored of it.


And the "duh nuh nuh nah neh nuh neh nuh!" part of Ride the Lightning.
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REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
#17
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The fourth, the fifth, The minor fall, the major lift <33


Leonard Cohen
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#18
Hair Trigger by Protest the Hero

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#19
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Mirrors by Between the Buried and Me, hopefully you know the bit I mean...


when the drums kick in?

and yes, Ride the Lightning is epic.

i'd also like to add Brain Damage, the very moment they sing 'and I'll see you on the dark side of the moon'.

i swear, the first time i heard that i was staring into the stars, and it was like the first time the name of the album was sung on the album and it just felt perfect.

yeah, i'm in a pink floyd mood right now
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#20
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when the drums kick in?

and yes, Ride the Lightning is epic.

i'd also like to add 'The Dark Side of the Moon' (the song), the very moment they sing 'and I'll see you on the dark side of the moon'.

i swear, the first time i heard that was staring into the stars, and it was like the first time the name of the album was sung on the album and it just felt perfect.

yeah, i'm in a pink floyd mood right now


Sounds like a rather fantastic moment though. I'll remind myself to listen to the whole of that album a starry night this summer.
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#21
The drum part in foo fighters new song rope where everyone stops playing and he does a fill..... If my computer would load youtube faster I would give a time
#22
"All the soldiers say
"It'll be alright,
we may make it through the war
if we make it through the night."
All the people, they say:
"What a lovely day, yeah, we won the war.
May have lost a million men, but we've got a million more."
All the people, they say."

"People Say" - Portugal, the Man

This is Larry The If you click him, he will give you magic powers.
srsly.


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#23
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when Viridian becomes White Walls


I like that part too but, hell, they way yuo said it is even better.


There are too many to mention.
#24
Porcupine Tree - What Happens Now? around 5:00 when the drums come in
Way Out of Here - Porcupine Tree when the chorus comes in.
Hatesong - Porcupine Tree around the 4:00 mark when Steven Wilson's solo comes in.

Basically, in every Porcupine Tree song there's a bunch of awesome parts. I just picked 3.

And all of Shine On You Crazy Diamond by Pink Floyd.
#25
Climax in Moya by Godspeed You! Black Emperor
Trumpet solos in National Anthem by Radiohead
The moment around 3.30 in Closer by Nine Inch Nails
The entirety of Unintended (most romantic song I know) by Muse
The ending of I Only Think Of You by The Horrors

and there's plenty more I'm forgetting...
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#26
Quote by JohnnyGenzale
Sounds like a rather fantastic moment though. I'll remind myself to listen to the whole of that album a starry night this summer.


you'd think i just ruined the moment for when you listen to it, but trust me, it makes it better.

it's relatively night-y now, right?
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#27
Job for a cowboy - Entombment of a Machine @ the part where he does Breeeeeh breeeh :P

Opeth's Blackwater album is win
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#28
Oh my gosh, definitely the climax in Static by Godspeed You! Black Emperor.
Seriously one of the greatest moments in all of post-rock.
#29
Quote by laid-to-waste
when the drums kick in?

and yes, Ride the Lightning is epic.

i'd also like to add 'The Dark Side of the Moon' (the song), the very moment they sing 'and I'll see you on the dark side of the moon'.

i swear, the first time i heard that i was staring into the stars, and it was like the first time the name of the album was sung on the album and it just felt perfect.

yeah, i'm in a pink floyd mood right now


Brain Damage?
#30
Quote by laid-to-waste
you'd think i just ruined the moment for when you listen to it, but trust me, it makes it better.

it's relatively night-y now, right?


Yeah, but I'd want to be outside and I'd need a beer and a cigarette and some peace of mind. Got none of that and got a seminary in school tomorrow quite early. So now's not the time.
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#31
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I like that part too but, hell, they way yuo said it is even better.


There are too many to mention.


then mention one of them
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#33
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Brain Damage?


i don't know what i was talking about

yes
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#34
Mine is definetly the part in Almost easy played By Avenged Sevenfold live when M. Shadows goes: Im not insane X2
#35
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i don't know what i was talking about

yes


No problem, dude. Just clearing it up
#36
Pearl Jam - Yellow Ledbetter

"And I know I don't want to stay... make me cry"
#37
Quote by JohnnyGenzale
Yeah, but I'd want to be outside and I'd need a beer and a cigarette and some peace of mind. Got none of that and got a seminary in school tomorrow quite early. So now's not the time.


oh. then preserve and imagine. your thoughts can't possibly outweigh its wonderfulness. sorry, i sound like a bit of a hippie right now, but you'll realize why this summer.
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Quote by laid-to-waste
oh. then preserve and imagine. your thoughts can't possibly outweigh its wonderfulness. sorry, i sound like a bit of a hippie right now, but you'll realize why this summer.


I'm quite a bit of a hippy myself in this regard. I'll remember and just breathe it in when it's happening

"It's gonna be a glorious day" in the words of Thom Yorke
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#40
Quote by JohnnyGenzale
I'm quite a bit of a hippy myself in this regard. I'll remember and just breathe it in when it's happening

"It's gonna be a glorious day" in the words of Thom Yorke


you won't regret it (:

i think i'm going to mention something else now; it's much more nostalgic though.

if anyone's heard the six unaccompanied cello suites by bach, yo-yo ma or rostropovich, you'll know what i'm talking about. it's that low note they hit in the first suite that gives me butterflies every time.
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