Songs that nearly brought you to tears on first listen
I KNOW IT'S AUSSIE HIP HOP
>I KNOW IT'S AUSSIE HIP HOP
I might just be partial to it because aussie hip hop was my favourite genre during my pleb days (Still fucking hum The Nosebleed Section from time to time) but https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bbupert400 kinda gets me.
it really is, but like I said, I used to be into it during my pleb years.
Have you heard 360? Jesus christ. No flow no production no lyrics no fucking anything. He has nothing but the JJJ image and that makes him played at every single party from here to canada, if I hear "Killer" one more time we'll find out who's a killer
that's not even r.a.e.d's best song though.
that's "I've come along way"
the insane stabilization and vocal harmonization actually start fucking with you eventually
I'll go fucking crazy if one more person says how good Hilltop Hoods are. I can't think of anything worse.
I think it's the accent that's the worst part of it. Even British hip hop is shit for that reason.
honestly 360 isn't bad at all I'm not sure where people get that from, falling and flying is actually a pretty good album, 2nd best album out of australia in 2011 if I'm fucking honest.
come on be fair.
I liked it until "yeah"
Alright, I guess it's not horrible, but I just can't stand that accent in a rapping situation
>2nd best album out of australia in 2011 if I'm fucking honest.
not saying much
The whole song streak from The Resonance of Goodbye to Dying in A Minor fucking tore me up
Watch Futurama, they said. Futurama is funny, they said.
a lot of stuff that has already been mentioned in this thread like elliott smith, sufjan stevens, mountain goats.
I feel the emotion in the music, but not enough to cry. which is strange because as i said movies can make me cry really really easily. maybe i can feel more empathy for the character if i see him/her visually? dunno.
I was going to start a thread about this, but I can just ask here. What is it about this song that gets to people? I love Kanye and I actually really like the song, but I do not understand what makes it so sad. Why?
Pretty much the entire album
Especially Micheline, don´t know why
Storm, Godspeed You! Black Emperor
laying in my barracks room after a long day and decided to buy lift your skinny fists on a whim, laid on the floor and listened to the whole thing in one go. but storm just kicked my fucking ass.
I do have to stay that I think the gritty aesthetic of NiN's hurt was a LOT more feely to me. Especially when listened to at the end of the Downward Spiral.
Trents version is more desperate and depressed IMO.
>Porcupine Tree - Stop Swimming
>Porcupine Tree - Time Flies
>Eric Whitacre - Sleep
>some Russian Orthodox hymn, who's name I forgot
>Current 93 - A Lament for My Suzanne
>Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Sleep
>Throbbing Gristle - Weeping
>an opera song who's name I forgot
>Arvo Pärt - Tabula Rasa
almost bawled my eyes out
Snarky puppy - Outliers ...I was also in my first month of sobriety after 2 years of opiate abuse. Saw them live and suffered involuntary tears with a side of goosebumps. Puscifer-Humble river and potions same thing
well let me see, I just lost a 8/10 amazing girlfriend, about to be fired, might have a warrant out for my arrest because I missed my scheduled pee test this week and have just manipulated my best friend into loaning me fifty dollars so I can just get high one last time this morning. the fucked up part is once I'm high I have the motivation to find more money and then my day is scheduled with the cycle of shooting drugs, getting money, shooting drugs etc
i listen this when i broke up with gf
>i didnt ask for these feels
NMH-two headed boy pt. 2
kendrick lamar-sing about me
ab-soul-the book of soul
sigur ros-hoppipola (starálfur too)
sun kil moon-ben's my friend
probably. he was severely depressed when he made the album and it's an album about death. after it was finished, he had to move in with his parents because his depression rendered him unfit to survive on his own, and he died of an overdose of antidepressants. it's really sad to read about, especially the way his family talked about it.
Have a Nice Life - Earthmover
Giles Corey - Noone is Ever Going to Want Me
La Dispute - King Park
All these songs have pretty powerful climaxes. That really gets to me
There's a bunch of songs on this that make me well up.
Probably the saddest inspiration for an album i've ever come across.
i actually got watery eyed listening to first reaction after falling through the ice and extraordinary dinner party. There's something really moving and optimistic about those songs.
And earthmover too.
>we wish we were dead
>that piano motive
>explosion of beautiful souns
just makes me want to throw shit around and collapse on the floor crying out of joy
I say Slint live in London last week, and people were welling up during Washer. Brian's voice sounded as hollow and feeble as it did on the original recording. Absolutely stellar show.
Still makes me want to cry
Animal Collective - Cuckoo Cuckoo
M83 - Intro
Animal Collective - In The Flowers
Animal Collective - Alvin Row
Come to think of it a lot of AnCo's music is really emotional
Something about this track is heart breaking.
All of these
XiuXiu - smear the queen, fabulous muscles, lawrence liquors (live)
HANL - I don't love, earthmover,
Astrobrite - lollipop
Alex G - Harvey
Mt. Zion - what we loved was not enough
Deafheaven - The pecan tree
These are the ones i can think of at the moment, just a pussy i guess
>nearly brought you to tears
Sunny Day Real Estate - "Every Shining Time You Arrive"
I was so depressed growing up and I had a really hard time with my abusive parents. Every Shining Time You Arrive gave me hope and it still chokes me up when I hear it. It is a very beautiful song.
I have to say, I'm listening to this ultra rare Jeff Buckley track I have had on various computers throughout the years. There was never a title for it and I haven't been able to locate it since. It's beautiful though.
Jeff Buckley's "Peace Offering" does it to me too.
Leonard Cohen-Suzanne, just the way it was recorded, the perfect light instrumetnation, the honesty in his voice, and the way his voice swells with the G#m to A chord change
Elliott Smith-Needle in a Hay, the first time I heard it was in the Royal Tenenbaums, and during the seen it was played I basically bawled my eyes out (don't want to spoil the movie)
Das Racist- Rainbows In The Dark
They look like total fags...
>cries for epic faggotry
uhh let her go by passenger. the lyrics of that song brought out too many feels when i first heard it
That GC song really does it to me but if the mood is right, I'm Going To Do It is even more powerful.
The demo of that song was released in the fan-made HANL demo mix recently, it's really awesome because it's surprisingly different.
Silver Mount Zion and Godspeed You! Black Emperor songs tug my heart strings.
Pink Floyd - Echoes
and almost all of pic related. i highly recommend it.
these always make me sad for some reason
NIN - Right Where It Belongs
Evgeny Emelyanov - Inspiration
Dave Matthew's Band - The Fly
The Nationals - About Today
Theme of Laura (Silent Hill 2)
Godspeed You! Black Emperor - LYSF - [Antenna's to Heaven]
Pic related are the feels I get
>motion picture soundtrack
i wept like a babby the first 3 times i listened to this
The entire album "All We Got Is Each Other" by Ghost Mice. listening to it for the first time just before a shift at work was a bad decision.
There's been some electronic (vague genre, I know) music that has made me feel overjoyed to the point of tears of happiness.
>Squarepusher - Beep Street
I'd heard that that album was a great driving album, so I heard it for the first time while doing exactly that. I can't really explain it, it was just such an uplifting experience, hearing that song, driving fast, dusk time of day...
>Autechre - Nine
I listened to this one lying down on the grass at a park on a clear, cool day, with a trees leaves blowing in the breeze above me. It was absolutely beautiful.
>and then, Bark Psychosis - Big Shot
Basically the same situation as Beep Street
>I dreamed I was dying; as I so often do
>And when I awoke I was sure it was true
>I ran to the window; threw my head to the sky
>And said whoever is up there,please don't let me die
>But I can't live forever,I can't always be
>One day I'll be sand on a beach by a sea
>The pages keep turning, I'll mark off each day with a cross
>And I'll laugh about all that we've lost
I remember listening to Earthmover drunk as fuck and it just brought me to tears man. Was so beautiful the first time I heard it.
Well since you've got a futurama picture, I almost came to tears with the music at the end of that episode and when the music kicked in at the end of the episode about fry's brother.
beach boys-a day in the life of a tree
aic- lots of songs but dont follow is the main one
a couple songs from hospice
how i wish jamie wasnt such a faggot and actually played his songs when i saw him
>Right Where it Belongs
Never actually made me cry but, totally feelsworthy song. Muh negro
You don't even need lyrics. Dat fucking melody
I still remember the first cold winter day I heard this song. I was working in a local greenhouse in the middle of a snowstorm. This chick who i was kinda going out with for the past two months told me she couldn't be with me for x reason. I was scanning geraniums into our shipping system, which is incredibly tedious and annoying due to the bar-codes being covered in dirt from the overflowing soil that dried over the label.
Reniga Spektor - Chemo Limo
The way she portrays stories in her songs in such a beautiful way reminds me of Tom Waits.
my friend made this about her pet cat. its adorable, like a serenade at first, but then you look up her twitter and find a post saying she had to be put down, and that shes in a better place.
This album too.
>The only problem with going to bed, is that you have to wake up in the morning.
That line is dangerous when it catches you off-guard.