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    1. Entirety - The Word Alive
    2. Happy Song - Bring Me The Horizon
    3. Bottom Feeder - Parkway Drive
    4. Live for Today - Escape the Fate
    5. Night of the Hunter - 30 Seconds to Mars

    Very hard to pick just 5 songs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    1. I've just seen a face - The Beatles
    2. I choose you- Sarah Barielles
    3. St Kilda to Kings Cross- Paul Kelly
    4. Calico Skies- Paul McCartney
    5. She- Greenday

    FIVE ISNT ENOUGH!!!!
    I LOVE I've just seen a face!! Best intro ever!

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    Here's my 5.

    1. 1979- Smashing pumpkins
    A song about youth and innocence I guess. There's something sad about it, but at the same time, it makes me feel comfortable. I could listen to this song on repeat.

    2. Hallelujah - Jeff Buckley
    Because no-one sings it like Jeff.

    3. Daughter - Pearl Jam
    Growing up in the 90's was pretty spesh. This song reminds me of a spontaneous kareoke sing along in the back of a mini van. Good times.

    4. Sound of Muzak - Porcupine tree.
    This song talks about the demise of music due to greed, marketing, etc. He calls music one of the wonders of the world. Just love it. Check it out.

    5. Enter Sandman - Metallica
    This song is close to my heart as it reminds me of one of my dearest friends who passed away in highschool. It brings happy and jovial memories

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    Ooh hard to decide...so many songs to pick from...

    1. "Tonight, Tonight" by the Smashing Pumpkins. This was our wedding song. DH is a big Pumpkins fan & I've loved this song since I first heard it as a kid.

    2. "Broken Bones" by Birds of Tokyo. It was a turning point in my life when I decided to leave a destructive relationship & pull myself out of depression. This song held alot of meaning for me through this.

    3. "Engel" by Rammstein.

    4. "Nemo" by Nightwish. I love the operetic style mixed with metal.

    5. "The Blister Exists" by Slipknot. The drumming is awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koarlo View Post
    Here's my 5.

    1. 1979- Smashing pumpkins
    A song about youth and innocence I guess. There's something sad about it, but at the same time, it makes me feel comfortable. I could listen to this song on repeat.

    2. Hallelujah - Jeff Buckley
    Because no-one sings it like Jeff.

    3. Daughter - Pearl Jam
    Growing up in the 90's was pretty spesh. This song reminds me of a spontaneous kareoke sing along in the back of a mini van. Good times.

    4. Sound of Muzak - Porcupine tree.
    This song talks about the demise of music due to greed, marketing, etc. He calls music one of the wonders of the world. Just love it. Check it out.

    5. Enter Sandman - Metallica
    This song is close to my heart as it reminds me of one of my dearest friends who passed away in highschool. It brings happy and jovial memories
    We must be of the same vintage.

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    Ok. I think I can do this *breathes into paper bag*

    Just A Man - Faith No More
    Fake Plastic Trees - Radiohead
    The Scientist - Coldplay
    Crown of Love - Arcade Fire
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    Loving all the midnight oil fans, kinda related 😜

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koarlo View Post
    Loving all the midnight oil fans, kinda related
    To Midnight Oil? All of them?? *fans self*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koarlo View Post
    Here's my 5.

    1. 1979- Smashing pumpkins
    A song about youth and innocence I guess. There's something sad about it, but at the same time, it makes me feel comfortable. I could listen to this song on repeat.

    2. Hallelujah - Jeff Buckley
    Because no-one sings it like Jeff.

    3. Daughter - Pearl Jam
    Growing up in the 90's was pretty spesh. This song reminds me of a spontaneous kareoke sing along in the back of a mini van. Good times.

    4. Sound of Muzak - Porcupine tree.
    This song talks about the demise of music due to greed, marketing, etc. He calls music one of the wonders of the world. Just love it. Check it out.

    5. Enter Sandman - Metallica
    This song is close to my heart as it reminds me of one of my dearest friends who passed away in highschool. It brings happy and jovial memories
    How could I have left off your number 2 & 3???? Ugh. So hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    To Midnight Oil? All of them?? *fans self*
    Haha, just one of them 😊


 

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