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gotten goosebumps while listening to music?

what parts of what songs produce epic goosebump moments for you?
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I got goosebumps when Leona sung really high notes on X-factor. There's a couple of other times it happened but I can't remember the songs :[
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Space-Dye Vest - Dream Theater
On the Page - Chroma key
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Space Dementia - Muse
No Quarter - Led Zeppelin

Great songs, imo.
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First CD i got was a Led Zeppelin one, I listened to Stairway to Heaven the first time, the solo gave me goosebumps, The Immigrant Song did too....Been hooked on Rock and Metal ever since
#5
Rosetta Stoned by Tool scared the **** into me when I first heard it.

I got even more scared when I read the lyrics.
#6
Definitely.
Every time I listen to Aenima by Tool i get goosebumps. And Third Eye.
John Frusciante songs have the same effect, really emotional ones like Time Tonight and the Dying Song.
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Nessun Dorma, the last 'vincero' brings me to tears through the sheer power of it.

Other than that, all the songs I've witnessed live.
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gotten goosebumps while listening to music?

what parts of what songs produce epic goosebump moments for you?


I get goosebumps listening to songs like - Stairway to heaven, November Rain, Hotel California.

Some songs have just the most amazing singing though that i generally shout "omfg! you ****in rock!" at the radio.
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Tool gives me goosebumps so does alot of John Frusciante's stuff.
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First time i heard Stairway to Heaven i got goosebumps. It still happens occasionally. I think i got them the first time i heard Under the Bridge too.
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as far as giving me goosebumps, alot of the more insane guitar solos, like Kirk Hammet style stuff, just because of the intensity.

Songs that scared me (when i was like 6 or 7 or something like that, lol) Probably the end of Children of the Grave. with all the whispering and wierd stuff like that. I laugh at myself now, but it's true. now i think that part kicks @$$.
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I actually got goosebumops listening to Leroy by Wheatus a year or so ago. It was the first time I'd heard it for ages though. I blame that it brought back memories and his voice is high.

Also, stairway to heaven and comfortably numb
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- The sweeps and the clean solo on Selkies: The Endless Obsession by Between the Buried and Me
- The part on The Stinging Rain by Misery Signals at 3:05 into the song

I'm pretty sure there's more but these two do it for me almost every time.
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Russian Circle's "Enter" album.

That's the first that comes to mind.

I could go on and on.
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Porch-Pearl Jam

especially the part after the solo...WOW
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yeah stairway to heaven.. and also a lot of dream theater stuff too for me. also muse
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yeah mate. the only person EVER

lots of songs give me goosebumps.. whether it be because of the music, the lyrics, or just because of what the song reminds me of.
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November Rain
The Millionaire Waltz
Lots of other songs I can't recall.

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when metallica plays "nothing else matters" and the crowd sings the name. its really amazing. oh and that cover song they did called "the small hours." the intro gives me the chills
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I didn't get goosebumps but the first time I listened to an opeth album (Blackwater Park) scared the hell out of me.
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open car, lazarus, mellotron scratch - Porcupine Tree
solo of Home, Blind Faith - Dream Theater
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for me it depends on the lyrics. stuff like bob dylan does it for me when i really listen to what hes singing
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I do on some songs. Some songs have certain moments where if I'm really into the song, when that moment happens, the goosebump business happens.
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#33
The Great Gig In The Sky always gave me goosebumps.
Street Spirit by Radiohead pretty much made me break out.
A lot of Dream Theater and Opeth songs.
Pretty much anything with weird chord progressions, haunting melodies, and good lyrics.
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When i first heard the solo to Free Bird; and every time i hear Son House's Death Letter Blues
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It's happened to me, but not with any song that anyone on UG has ever heard of. It's an instrumental piece called Maelstrom that we played in band last year. At one concert this year, another school's band played it, and it gave me goosebumps hearing it again.
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I get goosebumps when I listen to some music that I really like. But I have to be listening to it with headphones and the lights off, dunno why.

Sometimes when Im listening to a really good song and I decide I'm going to start playing it live, I get this weird adrenaline rush, it feels great.
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#37
Tool - Lateralus

The outro bit is just incredible, I actually had tears in my eyes walking home through the subway, trying to act normal.
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Hollow Years by Dream Theater, the live version. It has the greatest solo by John Petrucci EVER. I go crazy when he does that double bend followed by pwnful shredding.
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Tool - Lateralus

The outro bit is just incredible, I actually had tears in my eyes walking home through the subway. I tried to act normal though.
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Lots of DT stuff, or when I listen to Vai, Satriani, or Gilbert pull of an amazing solo.. it sounds so sweet, I get goosebumps.
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