I havent cried in years, aside from maybe very occasionally when I hear something so beautiful I cant help it. Last time this happened was a year ago when I heard sumi jo and ah kyung lee sing the flower duet
>Maybe I'm too young
>To keep good love from going wrong
My exact situation right now. I had it all then I fucked it up.
>tfw I've been listening to nothing but Buckley for the past 5 months
>tfw also became an alcoholic in this time period
I've seen this blown up all over the place. I finally gave it a watch. Serious shit. It was okay, until he broke into his screamy thing. Other than that, his moany voice sounds ultra manipulated.
Guys got a catalog spanning 5 decades. Can't memorize it all. Saturday is just a top 5 for me. I got a lot of shit as a teen listening to Waits, but i never heard anything like him, or have since.
When somebody loves you
Everything is wonderful
Every hour spend together
Lives within my heart
And when she was sad
I was there to comfort her
And when she was happy so was I
When she loved me.
Classic. I feel like I'm the only one who prefers the original to Cash's. Cash did a fantastic cover but his voice is far too warm to sing a song like this. Reznor's voice is so cold and raw that it sends shivers up your spine.
>Car Seat Headrest - Twin Fantasy
How the FUCK has Elliott Smith not been mentioned yet?
Despite finishing only 1 studio album, he left us with quite a lot, which I'm grateful for. Five solid albums with mostly unique material is a blessing. Imagine if he only left us with Grace and the unfinished Sweetheart the Drunk?
>My Sweetheart the Drunk
>Live at Sin-e (one of my favorite live albums of all time)
>Songs to No One
>You and I
I'd prefer if he went for a swim at his local YMCA instead, though.
In my early teens I had one Queen cassette tape I listened to over and over. I loved every song on that tape. But with time I eventually forgot about it and that tape disappeared as most childhood things tend to do.
Then with the advent of the internet one day I finally got to see "Bohemian Rhapsody" live. I can still remember that day... When Freddie played the first few notes on the piano I couldn't stop crying.
I also recommend "Love of my life":
no joy division?
ian was a genius lyricist.
This is the type of song you drink a bottle of Scotch to and then blow your fucking brains out. Out of everybody I've heard cover the song no one even remotely comes close to that of Chris Isaak.
All thanks to that one anon who linked 'Ignorant Piece of Shit' all that time ago, I've been hooked ever since. I listened to these on the commute to University during first year, and the drugged up journeys back home.
To be fair I've never cried listening to music but it's still labeled as 'sad-core', of all genre names. If one album has been close though, it's definitely this.
I had the chance the chance to talk with Reznor about Cash covering his song during the With Teeth and Beside You In Time tours. He prefers Cash's version, he said it was almost like it wasn't even his own song any more. Pic related, my all access pass.
From a finnish 90's musical/theater -mash up of lotr and hobbit.
>Fraser's distinctive singing has earned her much critical praise; she was once described as "the voice of God.
I hurt myself today, to see if I still feel
I'm drunk as fuck and I'm bawling dude, I haven't cried like this in so long. thank you man. I'm not even Irish. fuck I'm going to kill myself.