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What song makes your insides freeze, be it because of the haunting melody, the structure, the instrumentation...etc?

Mine would have to be Eleanor Rigby, by The Beatles. Just the way McCartney sounds so melancholy and despaired; the lyrics are just so dark, too.
Hallelujah- Jeff Buckley

It just moves me inside(not my bowels)
oh god, there are so many...

mr. crowely was the first song that ever did that to me, and it kinda creeped me out. haha.
since then, cemetery gates, the solo to floods, dethharmonic... just to name a few.
Friends - Led Zeppelin

The wailing vocals are mixed so perfectly with the odd-acoustic riffs, then comes in the strings and it's just like woah!

Revolution 9 - The Beatles

Listen to it for the first time in the dark..
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Blackbird - Alter Bridge.

In Fact, any Alter Bridge song.
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Crossing the Rubicon- The Human Abstract
everything culminates to a sudden calm where the guitars clean up and the vocalist half sings half whispers. tingles.
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Blackbird - Alter Bridge.

In Fact, any Alter Bridge song.

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something in the way - nirvana
mad world - guns n' roses

anything by stallagh or however you spell that.
Pantera - Floods, I was pretty freaked out the first time I heard that song, until the end where there's that really nice solo.
Exit Music - Radiohead
Great Gig in the Sky - Pink Floyd

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brain stew is so crazy that I have to listen to fool in the rain right after it. Or else, I become an insomniac! Another freaky one is layla, with all that great but eerie slide guitar
Guns N Roses by November Rain....wait a minute

November Rain by Guns N Roses. The solo at the end always gives me teh br00tal chills.

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Theirs a lot but the one that sticks out is Journey-Don't Stop Believing
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W.A.S.P. - Sleeping In The Fire (acoustic version from Live In The Raw)

Dave Mason - World In Changes

Gov't Mule - Painted Silver Light
"Ain't life funny? I don't know if I'll ever see you again"

Jimi Hendrix - Bold As Love
"ANGER! He smiles, towering in shiny metallic purple armor"

Rolling Stones - Midnight Rambler

Big Brother and the Holding Company (Janis Joplin) - Ball and Chain (version from Cheap Thrills)
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probably the bleeding heart show by the new pornographers and pretty much all of alter bridges songs except for coming home, thats a pretty crap song
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something in the way - nirvana
mad world - guns n' roses

anything by stallagh or however you spell that.

Yes, definetly Something in The Way. Also Soundgarden's Boot Camp. That song is pain.
arc arsenal by at the drive-in
strip my mind by red hot chili peppers
little wing (srv version)
tender surrender by steve vai
everlong by foo fighters

thats all from the top of my head
I don't feel like going through my list of music because there's definately about a million songs that give me the chills. But one that comes to mind is High and Dry by Radiohead when the guitar solo comes in.
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something in the way - nirvana
mad world - guns n' roses

anything by stallagh or however you spell that.

Guns N' Roses did mad world? Wasn't it Tears For Fears and Gary Jules and Evergreen Terrace?
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Black Sabbath- Black Sabbath, I seriously feel the devil in my soul when i hear that
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Either Street Spirit or No Surprises by Radiohead... or Climbing up the Walls.
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Here's part of my list

Muse - Stockholm Syndrome
The song just builds up this powerful feeling inside you. Bellamy's operatic singing, synths, piano chords, punding drums, spotless bass, then the morphing electronically induced guitar. The whole piece is dark feeling and powerful. It all builds up to the guitar solo which makes the hairs on my neck to stand up. I feel like exploding at this point.

Radiohead - Paranoid Android
the slow part after the solo always gets me. The harmony is perfct and the polyphony you hear with all the voices. "God loves his children yeeeeaaaaahhh" Then the music blast back up to tempo and ends.

Radiohead - No Surpises
The melody is so haunting and sad

Smashing Pumpkins - Tonight Tonight
The strings intro, then the melancholy guitar riff, "Believe in me, believe that life can change" The drum build up and chorus. The epic outro. It's beautifully chilling.

Porcupine Tree - Trains
Acoustic guitar and hand clapping solo is so great.

Pearl Jam - Daughter
How Eddie screams as the guitar solo starts

Beatles - Eleanor Rigby
Can't say morte than what has been said

Beatles - Free As A Bird

Arcade Fire - Neighborhood #2 (Laika)
the beating drums, accordian, violins.... The singing is sung with so emotion. The violin break.

Arcade Fire - Ocean Of Noise
The constant crescendo till the end. It's like a epic post-rock song sped up. The layers of instruments.

The Mars Volta - Viscera Eyes
Just listen to it. One awesome song.

Flaming Lips - Do You Realise
Singing about death has never been so beautifully done. "Do you realise that everyone you know someday will die" This song will make you treasure life more and your loved ones

The Tornadoes - Telstar
one of the first epic rock songs. It always reminds me of a road trip through the west at night, and

Hank Williams - Ramblin' Man
Slow shuffling rhythm, the haunting steel guitar, and most importantly Hank's voice shows so much emotion.

Aphex Twin - Come To Daddy
Drum n bass song that has a devil in it. Screaming and morphing into something totally wicked. I heard this for the first time at 2:00 at night by myself. Go figure. If you don't get chills listening to this, then you're not human.
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Tool's entire 10,000 Days album
Alice In Chains - Take Me Home, Nutshell
Pearl Jam - Nothingman, Given to Fly
A Perfect Circle - 3 Libras
Little Wing and Angel. Seriously, every time I hear these two songs it makes me remember why i live music.
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Black Sabbath- Black Sabbath, I seriously feel the devil in my soul when i hear that

hehe same here...

and also shadow of deth by megadeth.
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