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Masochist's Favorite Moments In Music

This is a list of my favorite moments in music. They don't necessarily come from my favorite songs, or my favorite artists. They're just moments that always hit home when I hear them. I got the idea off of Last.FM from a user named akdisorder. Two songs from his list are also on mine. This list is by no means "complete." That might be impossible.... (Pay no attention to the album covers; this is a list of songs. Most of the ones that do show are wrong, anyways.)
1 As I Lay Dying

(0:22-0:25) - At the end of the first chorus, where it breaks down right after saying "In that one moment, I gave my heart away."
2 Bad Religion

(2:03-End) - The entire outro.
3 Blindside
Caught A Glimpse

(Beg.-0:20) - The opening of the song, and the opening of the album.
4 Boysetsfire

(Beg.-0:25) - The introduction of the song. Sounds even better if you transition in from the last five seconds of "Walk Astray."
5 Deftones
Be Quiet and Drive

(3:30-End) - The long gap of the fake ending to the actual end.
6 Eminem

(3:18-3:55) - The skit within the song (one of the funniest moments on the album, IMO).
7 Enigma
Gravity of Love

(Beg.-0:27) - The intro; (1:33-1:50) - The chants and music after the line "It's the gravity of love!"
8He Is Legend
I Am Hollywood

(1:44-2:05) - The line "Dad, I'm not coming home...." and the breakdown that follows.
9Iron Maiden
The Number of the Beast

(Beg.-O:27) - The opening ures, and the opening riffs that follow; (1:15-1:30) - The scream and the riffs that accompany it.
10 The Jimi Hendrix Experience
Purple Haze

(Beg.-0:23) - The first half of the intro.
11 Kenny Chesney
There Goes My Life

(2:33-3:31) - When his daughter (who was actually an accident) sad...

(1:42-1:51) - The second half of the second verse, where he throws down a rhyme that would shame Eminem.
13 My Chemical Romance

(2:34-2:43) - Right where the chorus comes back, slowed down and fully appreciated.
14 Nine Inch Nails
All the Love In The World

(3:11-3:12) - The transition to piano.
15 Pearl Jam

(3:38-End) - Starting at the line "I know some day you'll have a beautiful life" all the way to the end. Lots of emotion.
16 Queen
Bohemian Rhapsody

(3:56-4:07) - Starting at the line "Beelzebub has a devil put aside for me" and including the transition into the fourth part of the song.
17 Rancid
Maxwell Murder

(0:59-1:11) - The bass solo.
18 Red Hot Chili Peppers
Wet Sand

(4:20-End) - Starting at the yell "YEAH!" to the end. By the time you reach it, you're so deep in the song, and that just caps it off.
19 Refused
New Noise

(1:06-1:08) - "CAN I SCREAM!?"
20 Rise Against
Like The Angel

(Beg.-0:10)/(2:31-End) - The same bass guitar part begins and ends this song. One of my favorite bass parts ever.
21 Stutterfly
Gun In Hand

(Beg.-0:06) - The intro.
22 System of a Down

(3:01-End) - Starting at the line "Take this promise for a ride" and going all the way to the end. Just seems more intense than the rest of the song, which is pretty intense to begin with.
23 Tenacious D

(1:46-1:57) - Starting at "He asked us: 'Be you angels?'" and the "ahhs" that follow; (2:41-2:51) - The A-Capella part.
24 Ween
Happy Colored Marbles

(1:57-2:01) - The transition to the heavier music
25 Weird Al Yankovic

(2:59-End) - "Yoda! Yo-Yo-Yo-Yo-Yoda!"
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