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Music To Die To :)

Not to bring you down. A list of songs that give me the feeling of dying in rthe beautiful way.
1Alice in Chains
Alice in Chains

Over Now: A song that starts off semi-happy for a alice song but falls into
melancholy guitars solo that get under my skin. Could listen to the last two minutes
of this song forever while stuck in purgatory.
2The Angelic Process
Coma Waering

Coma Waering: Post-Apocalyptic like all Angelic Process songs, yet this one takes it
farther. About 5 minutes in a very simple keyboard starts melody starts with very
distorted guitars and a drum beat to keep you grounded. Then the drum disappears
and you are left floating around in a beautiful distorted abyss.
3Ludwig Van Beethoven
two Piano Sonatas, Op. 27

3rd Movement: Beethoven proves here that he is the greatest musician to ever live
and the presents us the mind- destoyingly beautiful climax to the moonlight sonata
4ludwig Van Beethoven
symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92

2nd Movement: While the 5th and 9th may his famous symphonies I don't think
anything can beat the 7th, especially the haunting funeral march found it the 2nd
boris At Last - Feedbacker

Part 2: If you make through this feedback filled album you will probably look like
the band the on its cover. But if I was to pick something to die to it would be the
part 2 of the masterpiece
the Ape of Naples

Going Up: The organic industrial sound of coil forms an amazing mix of sounds that
causes me to leave my human shell
wings of Joy

Adoration: Allison Shaw of the cranes has a voice that you will either love or hate.
It is young and beautiful, but sad and haunting and it shines the most on the final
track of wings of joy.
8Dead Can Dance
Spleen and Ideal

Avatar: A song to clean all the demons out. The vocal delivery is remarkable and
the last thirty seconds always gives me the chills
welcome to sky valley

Space Cadet/Demon Cleaner: Talking about cleaning demons Kyuss's sky valley
has two jams that make time stop completely. My body is left motionless as I listen
to these two songs
10My Bloody Valentine

Sometimes: A song that wraps me in a cacoon of beautiful distortion that makes
me forget that I ever had a life at all
11Pink Floyd
Live at Pompeii

Care With That Axe, Eugene: I almost had a heart attack the first time I heard the
scream in this song. I guess that wouldn't have been a bad way to go.

Pushit (live): This live version takes the sort of heavy rocker and plays it slower,
sweeter and more emotional, In my opinion makes the song ever better.

Weight: Isis's music always gives off that beautiful dying feel, but this outdoes the
rest with the addition of a girl singer

Capitel V Bergtatt - Ind i fjeldkamrene: One of the finest black metal releases,
Bergtatt's final chapter gives me the chills like no other song.
15The Beatles
Abbey Road

I Want You(She's So Heavy): A completely unique song especially for the Beatles.
The outro just continues to grow until the song abruptly ends and you realized you
haven't been breathing for the last 7 minutes and 47 seconds and are most likely
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