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#2
Heathen Tribes-Primordial
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkEwokis-O4

No Nation on this Earth-Primordial
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UByD2fK_cCQ&feature=related

I dont know it the second one counts as a cresendo but the bit around 4:20 where the black metal changes to a more epic fist pumping feck yea bit gets me every time
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#7
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#8
Requiem for a Dream
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What happened to Snake?

Snake?

Snake?

SNAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKE?!


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Isis is amazing
#9
White Rabbit - Jefferson Airplane
Gloria - Patti Smith
sometimes I see us in a cymbal splash or in the sound of a car crash
#10
Vivaldi Four Seasons Winter Movements 1 2 and 3.. Though I have yet to listen to the whole piece from spring to winter in one go. Its like an hour long but damn it ebbs and flows beautifully.

Though Summer Movement 2 into Movement 3 is fucking AMAZING...
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#11
I'm Jim Morrison, I'm Dead - Mogwai
How To Disappear Completely - Radiohead
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#13
The absolutely only answer is Purple Rain. Every chorus get's more and more heart wrenching, but it never speeds up, even though you almost want it to. Just keeps that nice slow tempo, holding you tight like a big strong pair of arms and guiding you through that 8 minute masterpiece.
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#16
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The absolutely only answer is Purple Rain. Every chorus get's more and more heart wrenching, but it never speeds up, even though you almost want it to. Just keeps that nice slow tempo, holding you tight like a big strong pair of arms and guiding you through that 8 minute masterpiece.

This.


A few other ones would be:

When The Crowds Are Gone by Savatage

I'm Your Captain (Closer To Home) by Grand Funk Railroad

God Palace -Method of Inheritance- by Versailles

Something To Believe In by Bon Jovi


But yeah. Purple Rain is boss.
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#22
Achilles Last Stand - Led Zeppelin
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#24
*Insert every single post rock song ever here*

Weight and Wills Dissolve by Isis would be my favourite
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#28
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Drunkship of Lanterns- The Mars Volta (this one not so much. The end IS more intense than the beginning, but not by all that much)

Holy **** that was cool! I've never given them a listen before.
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#29
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WOOOT!!

A couple of Mars Volta ones:
"Aberinkula" I really like the outro section, the drums especially.
"Miranda, That Ghost Just Isn't Holy Anymore" (Actual song starts about 1:30) Again, those drums.
#30
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Holy **** that was cool! I've never given them a listen before.


Yeah I just recently got into them (more or less the same time I checked out Protest the Hero). I was advised to listen to their albums in chronological order, and I wasn't really let down yet. That song was from their first
#32
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Holy **** that was cool! I've never given them a listen before.


gtfo.

Just kidding, listen to that whole damn album. It will change your musical.....something.

OT:

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#34
Stan Kenton orchestras variation of Love Story from the Live at Brigham Young university CD
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#37
Quote by ESPLTDV401DX
8105-Moving Mountains It only has a few tiny crescendos but it is an incredible song anyways.
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I basically just have Pneuma and Waves on repeat on my laptop and phone.
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#40
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I basically just have Pneuma and Waves on repeat on my laptop and phone.

Same. Pneuma is just mind boggling.
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