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#3
Just Killing Time- Black Label Society

The guitar solo in this song talks to me, and I don't care how overrated you people think Wylde is.
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#4
Check out the search bar, it's pretty depressing.
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#5
The End - The Doors

VERY DEPRESSING
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it's the silence between the notes that makes the music.
#8
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Just Killing Time- Black Label Society

The guitar solo in this song talks to me, and I don't care how overrated you people think Wylde is.


I love Zakk Wylde, and that song is depressing as well. =/
#9
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emo music



+1


and NIN....i dont think trent cud write happy music if he even TRIED, no matter how 'gifted' ppl say he is
#10
Entire alice in chains discography.
Close your eyes and bow your head
I need a little sympathy
Cause fear is strong and love's for everyone
Who isn't me


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#11
THE WALL, especially the movie
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#13
Hurt - Johnny Cash's version
Moonlight Sinata - Beeethoven
Something in the Way - Nirvana
Cortez the Killer - Neil Young
Dissonance is Bliss


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#14
Lua - Bright Eyes
I Started A Joke - Wallflowers
How To Be Dead - Snow Patrol
Dust In The Wind - Kansas


All of things songs all downers imo

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#16
listening to this new brand of "rock" (fallout boy etc.) depresses me and makes me want to die or go deaf. as far as depressing music i like The Man that you Fear by Marilyn Manson is pretty depressing, alot of his songs are.
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#18
my music. sometimes. i agree with whoever said alice in chains. seriously. you wanna get depressed, listen to just about alice in chains song. instant suicide
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#21
son of pain - rhapsody of fire
mad world- gary jules
hurt- johnny cash
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#22
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The Smiths


+1 Along with The Cure and some Radiohead
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#27
Metallica - One
Metallica - For Whom The Bells Toll
Killswitch Engage - Just Barely Breathing
Nightwish - Angels Fall First
GNR - Patience
Emery - In a Win, Win Situation
Black Eyed Peas - Where Is The Love? -kinda encouraging to be a great person though. =]
I got some good guitars, yo.
#28
Gloomy Sunday, supposedly people committed suicide after listening to it.
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#29
I dont know, but I find the beatle's "across the universe" overwhelmingly sad.
-radiohead's "exit music"
- "morning of the magicians" by flaming lips
#30
Some Radiohead , Doctor Blind by Emily Haines
You are not your job.
You're not how much money you have in the bank.
You're not the car you drive.
You're not the contents of your wallet.
You're not your fucking khakis.
You're the all-singing, all-dancing crap of the world.
#33
Disenchanted - My Chemical Romance
some of Brand New's Deja Entendu.
And to the guy that said emo, not all emo bands are depressing. Sounds contradicting, but it's true :Haha
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#34
who could get over the quintessential "fade to black" by metallica? honestly....
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#35
Kansas - Dust in the Wind
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But they have to be sarcastic or something... or just messing around.

Surely people this dumb must've failed to breathe a long time ago.
#36
Clint Mansell- Lux Aeterna
Drop another coin in the slot, and I will tell you more...
#37
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+1


and NIN....i dont think trent cud write happy music if he even TRIED, no matter how 'gifted' ppl say he is


I can't write happy music.


Actually no,
there was one part of one song that was rather upbeat.

Other then that all of my songs are kind of dark and weird.


But listen to a band called Giant.

They have a very dreary sort of sound.
#38
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I can't write happy music.


Actually no,
there was one part of one song that was rather upbeat.

Other then that it is kind of dark and weird.



My songs come out all sad whenever I try to write something that's not power metal.

And they always have depressing themes. D=
#39
Hmmmm...

Radiohead:
No Surprises
Fake Plastic Trees
High and Dry
Exit Music (For a Film)
Creep

Johnny Cash
Hurt (NIN cover)
Redemption Song (w/ Joe Strummer)

Beck:
The Golden Age
Broken Drum
Jack-Ass

The Beatles:
While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Hey Jude

Bishop Allen:
Busted Heart
Bishop Allen Drive

Bob Dylan:
Girl From the North Country
Blowin' in the Wind

The Decemberists:
Shankill Butchers

Elliott Smith:
Needle in the Hay

The Flaming Lips:
Do You Realize??

Foo Fighters:
Everlong

Handsome Boy Modeling School:
Breakdown (feat. Jack Johnson)

Interpol:
Untitled

Joe Strummer and The Mescaleros:
Burnin' Streets

John Frusciante:
The Past Recedes

Modest Mouse:
Karma's Payment
Float On
Bukowski
Bankrupt On Selling
Gravity Rides Everything
Lives
Dramamine
Talking **** About A Pretty Sunset
Little Motel
Parting of the Sensory

Mogwai:
Acid Food

Neutral Milk Hotel:
The King of Carrot Flowers Pt. One

Nirvana:
You Know Your Right

Oasis:
Wonderwall

Pink Floyd:
Mother

Pixies:
Where Is My Mind?

Queens of the Stone Age:
Auto Pilot
Mosquito Song

R.E.M.
Drive
Everybody Hurts
It's the End of the World as We Know It (and I Feel Fine)

The Smashing Pumpkins:
1979
Tonight, Tonight
Farewell and Goodnight

The Toadies:
Tyler

U2:
With or Without You
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
One
Sunday Bloody Sunday

Ugly Casanova:
Cat Faces

Yeah Yeah Yeahs:
Mysteries
Phenomena
Gold Lion

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#40
Quote by Shard Heilia
My songs come out all sad whenever I try to write something that's not power metal.

And they always have depressing themes. D=


Wait....
by sad do you mean lyrics,
or sound,
or maybe a combination of both?
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