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Those Songs That Hit You Every Time

Those songs that you absolutely have to sing to, air guitar to etc. everytime you hear them. Rec your own as well because my list is short.
1Porcupine Tree
Fear of a Blank Planet


Anesthetize: This song is so damn epic. I always find my self singing along, especially near the end of the song.
2Nirvana
Nevermind


Something in the Way: This song has a certain aura to it, but when singing along you've always got to be careful not to over sing.
3Tool
Lateralus


Lateralus: This is one of those songs where incredible is the only word to describe it.
4Pink Floyd
The Division Bell


High Hopes: Perfect way to end a career. The solo in this song is Gilmour's best in my humble as fuck opinion, it goes everywhere you want it to go. Superb.
5Mastodon
Crack the Skye


The Last Baron: This song is insanely good. Especially considering this was simply written to go around that proggy part in the middle.
6Nightmare
The WORLD Ruler


~lulu~: One of the best album closers I've ever heard. Still gets me every time.
7Porcupine Tree
Lightbulb Sun


Where We Would Be: This song actually managed to bring me to tears one night. It's amazing how music can do that.
8BUCK-TICK
Kyokutou I Love You


Kyokutou Yori Ai wo Komete: I am incredulous at how little attention this song gets.
9Pink Floyd
A Saucerful of Secrets


A Saucerful of Secrets: There are plenty of other songs that I could have chosen instead, but this was one of the first PF songs I ever heard and it still amazes me.
10Kumiko Noma


Lilium: Elfen Lied is one of the most heart-breaking, soul-crushing things I've ever seen and read and as such, this song captures those feelings for me. Although the lyrics aren't particularly sad, the music itself most certainly is.
11L'arc-en-Ciel
AWAKE


Ophelia: Something a little different from them and boy did they pull it off. I love the saxophone and piano on this one. The title always reminds me of Claymore.
12Trivium
Shogun


Shogun: Trivium's opus is on hell of a track.
13Jakob
Solace


Pneumonic: Anticipating exactly when it is that this song looses it is such an indescribable feeling.
14Gorillaz
Demon Days


The whole damn album, but especially the last three songs.
15Nightmare
Livid


Suna: Nightmare never seem to put a foot wrong with these longer ballad type songs, this one being their best one.
16BUCK-TICK
Kurutta Taiyou


Sakura: This song is just an embodiment of emotion.
17Opeth
Blackwater Park


Patterns in the Ivy: Strange choice, I know, but I always fucking play this when I have an acoustic guitar in my hands.
18LUNA SEA
Style


In Silence: The sky embraced the sea that day... In sciiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillllleeeeeennccccceeee!!!!!!!!!! subtly. First ever LUNA SEA song I ever heard. Glad I clicked on this in my sidebar one day.
19Radiohead
Kid A


How to Disappear Completely: Damn good song.
20Nightmare
Majestical Parade


Lost in Blue: FWWWAAAAARRRRRKKKKK this song is good. I'm really scraping the barrel putting three nightmare songs on here though, but I would have felt guilty not including this one.
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