|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.
Caught A Glimpse
(Beg.-0:20) - The opening of the song, and the opening of the album.
(Beg.-0:25) - The introduction of the song. Sounds even better if you transition in from the last five seconds of "Walk Astray."
Be Quiet and Drive
(3:30-End) - The long gap of the fake ending to the actual end.
(3:18-3:55) - The skit within the song (one of the funniest moments on the album, IMO).
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!"
|8||He Is Legend|
I Am Hollywood
(1:44-2:05) - The line "Dad, I'm not coming home...." and the breakdown that follows.
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|
(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) leaves...so 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.
(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.
(0:59-1:11) - The bass solo.
|18|| ||Red Hot Chili Peppers|
(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.
(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.
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.
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!"