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Music To Study To

For all you students still in school, I might be finals week (or it might already be over or just weeks ahead). We probably all realize we have to do one And yes, it can get very tiring very quickly. I thought I could just find some music that helped me study really well (you may beg to differ, but this is what personally motivates me).
1Pink Floyd
Wish You Were Here

For some reason, this group helps me think incredibly diligently. Is their music really have more than just ONE purpose?
2The Moody Blues
Days of Future Passed

It blended perfectly with history studying itself.
3Pink Floyd
The Dark Side of the Moon

Finding true purpose in the Floyd really isn't that difficult. Maybe just psychedelic rock in general helps me think well.
Close to the Edge

Progressive rock in general seems to help me keep focused...perhaps it's just by mere coincidence.
Ok Computer

Never expect surprises. This just had to appear somewhere.
6 Godspeed You! Black Emperor
F# A# Infinity

How this of all things can help me study is beyond me. It just works so damn well. Almost becalming...
7King Crimson
In the Court of the Crimson King

The prophetic visions of the past even are worthy of academic respect.
Blackwater Park

Death metal and learning never worked out better.
A Rush of Blood to the Head

Ahhhhhh....Clocks. :D
10Hans Zimmer

Despite its massive bombast, somehow, it keeps me thinking. It's rather useful, actually.
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