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Say something meaningful

The last six months I've been in a downward spiral. I decided to do the leap of faith last November and tried changing my life, but things didn't work out as expected. University is not helping, either, one of the most demanding semesters so far and the responsibilities are too many to handle. There are days I can't control myself, I feel like I may be losing it. Sometimes I'm afraid I'm becoming a burden to my best friend with all my dead-end thoughts. Overanalyzing, overthinking and obsessing over different matters. I've come to a point were I need to just get it out of my system, thus this list is created. All the music I've been hearing for the last six months when I'm feeling down. Please, say something meaningful, something to help me get on my feet again.
1Porcupine Tree

Open Car is a song I never thought I could relate to, but life's got more imagination apparently.
Half - Light is one of their best songs.
2Steven Wilson
Grace for Drowning
3Porcupine Tree
Lightbulb Sun

Russia on Ice, Hatesong, Feel so Low, Buying New Soul (this song, this damn song)
Alternative 4
5An Ocean Of Void
The Great Escape

All January long...

The Wizard of Altai Mountain. One of the best (if not the best) music videos I've ever seen. Simple and haunting. You laugh now, the future is a dick, though.

Behind the Door, because sometimes you need to scream your lungs out.
8Steven Wilson
4 1/2

Don't Hate Me, this version is miles ahead the original, imo.
Perdition City

This has to be one of the greatest discoveries I've made in 2016.
Shadows of the Sun

An album I've known for 6 years now still has many things to offer.
11Bohren & Der Club Of Gore
Sunset Mission

Can I live in this soundtrack? Not with it, in it.

It Could Only Happen to Me, best saxophone ever.

The whole album is like an encouraging pat on the back, but Bigger Wave and Kicking are the real deal.
14Mazzy Star
Among My Swan

Look on down from the bridge
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