#1
Do you have a song that reminds you of when you were young and reckless? Or younger and recklesser?

For me it would be 'Shadows Fall - Burning the Lives'. The 'Threads of Life' album was released a couple of months after I first got into metal, so it reminds me of furious headbanging, the Black Crusade Tour and house-parties.
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#2
Alice in Chains always reminds me of my self destructive days.
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#3
Furious headbanging is too reckless. Your head could've flown off.
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Alice in Chains always reminds me of my self destructive days.



except i'm right in the middle of my self-destructive-Alice-in-Chains days.
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Furious headbanging is too reckless. Your head could've flown off.



I also remember waking up in the morning having incapacitated my neck movement for the next week.

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#8
stacys mum, when I first started drinking at about 15 we would sit in the park get drunk on cheap beer and vodka and sing along to it. God im glad ive moved on.
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except i'm right in the middle of my self-destructive-Alice-in-Chains days.

Me too
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#12
Also, the Year of the Black Rainbow album from Coheed, because I was having a bit of a problem with drugs at the time (nothing serious).
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#13
Give it all by Rise Against. The video inspired me to just do what i want and generally become who i am. I dont really want to grow up now. The age im at is perfect for me. I want to be reckless forever. I say it inspired me to be reckless. But i always had it in me it just faded through my young teenage years. It just awoke my recklessness again.
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except i'm right in the middle of my self-destructive-Alice-in-Chains days.



GTFO man.
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#17
Pearl Jam's Ten always gets me in a rowdy mood. Can't really say that any song reminds me of my reckless days since I'm still young and pretty reckless
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#19
I remember driving with some friends when I first got my license listening to that Shadows Fall song, so in a way that one. It would be probably be a bunch of those "post-hardcore" bands though, that I was into heavy during my later high school years. I always liked bands like Tool, but remembering the reckless feeling I had probably comes from the band Therefore I Am.
#20
Queens of the Stone Age and Radiohead dominated my more reckless period I just moved out of a couple of months ago.

Good times.
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#21
its funny because what i listened to at the time was lots of heavy metal but other music reminds me of those times moreso than what i was actually listening to at the time.
#23
Break stuff by limp bizkit.
Ah being young and crazy
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#24
I've yet to enter my reckless phase. I'm eagerly anticipating it though.
#28
I am young and reckless. I don't really need a song to remind me.

EDIT: Actually, 'Teenage Anarchist' by Against Me! does seem to bring up similar emotions.
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#29
I was never young and reckless. But I was young and restless.
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