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Music at the end of the world. Bakanon 04/22/2021 (Thu) 01:45:05 No. 12
A thread for the songs that make you feel a strange feel.
>>12 I recognize that! I haven't heard it in so long. I love this song, Artangels, when I'm out biking. It really enriches bright sunny days as trees are rushing by.
and don't you make a fuss about it not suiting the end of the world. I plan on the apocalypse being pink and lively
I wish I knew what he says. The song has a nice rhythm ideal for traveling in an old truck or van, running from the ashes of the past. >>14 It's ok. Everyone has the right to have a comfy end of the world, looking at the collapse of everything from a high (but not really safe) place while drinking his favorite drink.
>>38 huh, the file didn't upload here's a yt link then: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8St0z668_pQ
how could I forget this one lol
This song has a nice zen, semi-sad aura of quietly ending ♫ Thiiiiis is a spilling of the heart.... With no inteeeent to fall apart ♫
Rosemary by Deftones A nice drifting feeling like Alone and Sublime gives me. Stay with me... As we cross the empty skies
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Right in Two by Tool Edgy, yes, but I like their music and the words they use. I enjoy the message of this being readable as "we are gifted with all the ability to do great things and we fight and divide ourselves instead" My favorite line being Repugnant is a creature who would squander the ability to lift an eye to heaven, conscious of his fleeting time here You need not take it literally as a Christian thing, I don't think it comes from a truly religious place, but rather uses such terms to illustrate the messages artistically, which is much to my liking. I love that kind of thing.
Youtube calls it Downtempo Who... am I... to make a judgement on your life? I'm.. only.. passing by...
I'd like to play a space game where I can just shut off the engines of my ship, turn out the lights, and drift in the abyss for a while Weightless, effortless, in a dim little box in a sea of nothing so far from reality that, if the engines never turned back on, will never be found. Space is vast beyond truly comprehending. To be powered down and adrift, watching the universe barely move past as there's no air to slow your momentum, it would seem unreal. It truly is like being motionless despite your thousands of km/s. No game seems to allow me an experience like that, to just exist in the quiet void,
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>>327 have you played Elite Dangerous? Nothing gets more "middle of nowhere" than being on a planet 100 lightyears from the nearest civlization
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Teardrop by Massive Attack is nice I haven't found any other songs by this artist that I like so far, but this works https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3h-JYx76QNM
>>565 I listened to a ton of Massive Attack when I was depressed. It's funny how we can attach very strong memories and emotions to songs
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>>198 Thank you; I've probably listened to this song a couple thousand times and I've never realized what he was saying at that line. Do keep in mind that that album was dedicated to the lead singer's mother. Maynard has always dealt with religious topics in his lyrics, and we could probably thank her for that ("Tell them their pillar of faith has ascended"). Religion explores the human condition, the nature of existence, and when you explore those topics it's hard not to use religious language. Christian or otherwise. That's okay! Here's one from their latest album. A fitting track for the apocalypse and a good example of what I mean. Listen to the lyrics, and pay attention to the rise and fall of the tone in the music, as well as the key changes to give the song a touch of the transcendent. The song's theme not only covers the individual, but all levels life. From the lowliest cell to the various societies and zeitgeists of today and of history
FGFC820's Doctrine is pretty good. Not to mention instructive.


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