>That one part during the bends
No Idea why though
I guess you can say you cried at her bad acting!
Not necessarily because of the album, but I was going through a really rough time and I just completely broke down on Burial Society.
Not joking on this. Calbruc is just so... I don't know.
Didnt cry before he died. But after... I Can't Give Everything Away was too much.
>because I don't deserve you
I don't know why but this line in particular gets me big time. I guess it reminds me of being depressed and feeling guilty for the pain it causes everyone around me, especially if I were to kill myself.
>How To Disappear Completely
>Motion Picture Soundtrack
Carrie & Lowell
>Fourth of July
>Drawn to the Blood
>Blue Bucket of Gold
who else /hopelesspussy/
"Away" made me shed a tear. Listened to this album a lot after my grandfather died and had an awful falling out with some friends. Saw Alcest back in October, totally otherworldly.
>I can't stay here and I'm scared to leave
>So kiss me once and then
>I'll go to hell
>I might as well
>Be whistlin' down the wind
I have probably cried to every one of his albums at least once in my life.
>Friends have all gone home
>There's my toy gun.....on the floor
UNDERNEATH ALL CURRENTS
AND DROP MY ANCHOR
THIS IS WHERE I'M STAYING
THIS IS MY HOME
Haven't heard this is a while but I remember being very alone and depressed when I first listened to this and cried through most of it.
>I hope I survive this fucking week alone
Hits hard, bud. We're all gonna make it though
Burial Society is really good, far more viscerally emotional than most of Dan's other tracks.
That and the piano on Spectral Bride make me forget to breathe.
I consider each of Dan's albums as different points in depression.
Deathconsciousness is feeling nothing.
Giles Corey is the soul-eating emotional sadness and guilt.
The Unnatural World is sadness that's physically painful.
Just a thought, idk.
>do you really think there's anybody out there?
Me too, anon.
>"It's a precious thing we lost."
>I Felt Your Shape
>the ending of Universe III
>One by one, the teardrops falllllllllllllllll, as I write you...
I don't fucking care, I saw an opportunity and I took it
I guess you can say I was acting bad at puns
Not much makes me feel that way on Rain Dogs. Maybe "Anywhere I Lay My Head" but that's about it from that album. As much as I love it it's not one of my go-to "sad" Tom Waits albums.
He's got much sadder albums than that I think. In the same style as Rain Dogs I turn to Swordfishtrombones for that. "Johnsburg, Illinois," "Soldier's Things," "Town With No Cheer," "Rainbirds," etc.
Spider and I is the one that almost does it for me.
>Carrie & Lowell
all these plus
>just got back from the discomfort - we're alright
>fuck your emotional bullshit
>swan/ kaowru nagisa split
>car seat headrest's discog save for 1,2,and 4
and a lot of others. that's in the past two months desu. i sort of cry a lot.
The synths at the start of Any Colour make a me a little bit emotional
sorry i'm not very smart.
addendum to this >>61952173:
>every peter sotos album i have.
and most other albums that i listen to. i sorta cry too much sorry.
A couple songs on this album always make me bawl