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Thursday, October 19, 2006

// posted by Jessica in Music @ 7:35:31 pm -
Songs that make you tingle..

Are there any songs out there that actually cause you to have a positive physical reaction when listening to them? I’m talking about that hair-raising, tingly feeling of a really good song.

Here’s some songs that give me this feeling (in alphabetical order):
“3 Libras” - A Perfect Circle
“Ask Me Anything” - The Strokes
“Everlong” - Foo Fighters
“Everything’s Not Lost” - Coldplay
“The Great Below” - Nine Inch Nails
“Halcyon + On + On” - Orbital
“Hide and Seek” - Imogen Heap
“Lateralus” - Tool
“Layla” - Derek & The Dominos
“Let Go” - Frou Frou
“Life Uncommon” - Jewel
“Only In Dreams” - Weezer
“Pushit [Live]” - Tool
“Rods and Cones” - Blue Man Group
“Someday” - The Strokes
“Structure” - The Cynic Project
“Susanne” - Weezer
“Tonight, Tonight” - The Smashing Pumpkins
“Unchained Melody” - The Righteous Brothers
“Warning Sign” - Coldplay
“Where I End and You Begin” - Radiohead
“Wish You Were Here” - Pink Floyd

I’m sure there are others that I’m forgetting.

So what songs make you tingle? :)

4 Responses to “Songs that make you tingle..”

  1. Diana says:

    Oh, my… I started thinking about your question, looking at my itunes library, and realize I’m a wallower - Most of the songs I listen to over and over again to make me think about bad times. Most of my good-tingly songs are the kind of songs you sing really loud in your car on that lonely stretch of I-40, or play while you’re jogging to give you that extra kick in the rear.

    How about:
    The Devil Inside - INXS
    Public Enemy - He Got Game
    Renegades of Funk - Rage Against the Machine
    Wave of Mutilation - Pixies
    Why Can’t This Be Love - Van Halen
    When I Grow Up - Garbage
    In the Waiting Line - Zero 7 (from Garden State)

    Then there’s the O.C. Christmas Mix. Don’t ask.

    Ciao! :)

  2. Jessica says:

    Yay! I was beginning to think my comments didn’t work, hehe.

    I have a lot of negative songs that I listen to as well. Of course, the song that really gets me going when I’m exercising or something is “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” by Daft Punk. I used to listen to it nearly every morning to get myself going (just ask my friend Becka, it drove her nuts at work!).

  3. Inersphobia says:

    Great List. Here are some of mine.
    Sail to the Moon–Radiohead
    New Slang–The Shins
    Orestes–A Perfect Circle
    Here I Dreamt I was an Architect–The Decemberists
    Eulogy–Tool
    You Lied–Tool covering the song by Peach on Salival
    Ticks and Leaches–Tool
    Sober–Tool
    Metal Heart–Cat Power
    Play it all Night Long–Warren Zevon
    Ballad of Behavior–Baxter
    Messenger–Blonde Redhead
    Pin–The Yeah Yeah Yeahs
    Backslider–The Toadies
    Only Shallow–My Bloody Valentine
    Killing in the Name of–RATM
    A Punchup at a Wedding–Radiohead
    Life in a Glass House–Radiohead
    Be Quiet and Drive–Deftones
    Some of Chopin’s Nocturnes