|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.
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.
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.
Lateralus: This is one of those songs where incredible is the only word to describe it.
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.
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.
The WORLD Ruler
~lulu~: One of the best album closers I've ever heard. Still gets me every time.
Where We Would Be: This song actually managed to bring me to tears one night.
It's amazing how music can do that.
Kyokutou I Love You
Kyokutou Yori Ai wo Komete: I am incredulous at how little attention this song gets.
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.
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.
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.
Shogun: Trivium's opus is on hell of a track.
Pneumonic: Anticipating exactly when it is that this song looses it is such an
The whole damn album, but especially the last three songs.
Suna: Nightmare never seem to put a foot wrong with these longer ballad type
songs, this one being their best one.
Sakura: This song is just an embodiment of emotion.
Patterns in the Ivy: Strange choice, I know, but I always fucking play this when I
have an acoustic guitar in my hands.
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.
How to Disappear Completely: Damn good song.
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.