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« on: 08 Aug 2005, 22:38 »

There are just some songs that take your mind and set it to sail on a calm ocean of serenity...songs that make your soul yawn and snuggle up with your sense of "aw how cute" and its teddybear known as "chill the fuck out".

What are you guys' favourite "calm down, damnit!" songs?

Mine: Yesterday's Feelings - The Used
Romance - My Chemical Romance
The World at Large - Modest Mouse
On My Own - The Used
Metroid - The Minibosses
pretty much anything by the Decemberists
Piano Song - From Autumn To Ashes
Grand Theft Autumn - Fall Out Boy

I'll think of more.
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« Reply #1 on: 08 Aug 2005, 23:27 »

I fall asleep to Interpol, Mogwai, Sigur Ros, Boards Of Canada, Ivy, and Jack Johnson. They work.
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« Reply #2 on: 09 Aug 2005, 01:25 »

i can't fall asleep to anything with lyrics (or snare rushes :p).

besides that, i'm usually super tired when i get to bed anyway, so anything goes really. sigur ros (can't follow the lyrics, so it doesnt count), boards of canada, philip glass, and so on. if you want to crack out the internet radio, there's a station called "drone zone" which is excellent for sleeping to.
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« Reply #3 on: 09 Aug 2005, 01:34 »

Brian Eno-Music For Airports (Intended to calm people who are afraid of flying)
Slowdive-Just For A Day
American Analogue Set-Know By Heart
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« Reply #4 on: 09 Aug 2005, 02:00 »

This is the playlist on my computer appropriately titled 'relaxing'.

Burzum - Han Som Reiste
Dead Can Dance - American Dreaming
Skyclad - Moongleam and Meadowsweet
Bob Dylan - Mr. Tambourine Man
Blue Öyster Cult - Don't Fear the Reaper
Nightwish - Walking in the Air
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
:Of The Wand And The Moon: - In a Robe of Fire
Lothlorien - A Stor Mo Chroi
Therion - Lemuria
Blackmore's Night - Village on the Sand
Sopor Aeternus & the Ensemble of Shadows - Holy Water Moonlight
Within Temptation - Mother Earth
The Beatles - I Am the Walrus
Tiger Army - Ghostfire
Borknagar - The Weight of Wind
In Flames - Pallar Andars Visa
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« Reply #5 on: 09 Aug 2005, 02:37 »

One word: Coldplay.
(or is that two words?)

Specifically the song Yellow.
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« Reply #6 on: 09 Aug 2005, 03:02 »

Unless you're sp2.
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« Reply #7 on: 09 Aug 2005, 06:08 »

I think if sp2 hears coldplay, he gets so angry men in white coats have to rush in and sedate him. So it works in a round about way.

Anyway. For the chill you want Boards of Canada, Biosphere, Reagenz, Gas, Marsden Jules, Autechre (well, mainly just Amber), Ulrich Snauss, William Basiniski, Deep Space Network, Magic Sound Fabric, Secret Frequency Crew, John Zorn, Monolake, Rachel's, DJ Cam, The Cinemtaic Orchestra, Sofa Surfers, Thievery Corporation, The Album Leaf, Bonobo, Aphex Twin (SAW & SAWII) The Orb, Mad Professor (or indeed most seriously heavy Dub).

That list was rather longer than I intended. Maybe I listen to too much ambient, because I could go on for quite some time.
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« Reply #8 on: 09 Aug 2005, 07:00 »

Múm, Ida, and Belle & Sebastian work for me
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« Reply #9 on: 09 Aug 2005, 07:12 »

mogwai, sigur ros, postal service, enigma, any of the donovan frankenwriter/ jack johnson/ G. Love troupe. also, some ben harper
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« Reply #10 on: 09 Aug 2005, 07:12 »

MilkmanDan got most everything, but I'd have to add The One AM Radio.
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« Reply #11 on: 09 Aug 2005, 08:23 »

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Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
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I agree wholeheartedly with that one. Pink Floyd in general calms me down, even songs like The Trial.. guess it's a love thing :)
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« Reply #12 on: 09 Aug 2005, 08:51 »

Pink Floyd is psychedlic love.
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« Reply #13 on: 09 Aug 2005, 08:55 »

Hmmmmm. For calming/falling asleep to, I've got these.


Rise Against--Swing Life Away(who'da thunk there would ever be a Rise Against song you could fall asleep to?)
Thursday--This Song Has Been Brought To You By A Falling Bomb
Stars--Ageless Beauty
The Postal Service--The District Sleeps Alone Tonight
Radiohead--There There
Broken Social Scene--Stars and Sons
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« Reply #14 on: 09 Aug 2005, 09:12 »

=pouts= Well I didn't. 'cause I'm just stupid like that, and I'd only heard the louder stuff.
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« Reply #15 on: 09 Aug 2005, 09:18 »

I've never heard anything by Rise Against.

The one popular song by Reliant K, you know the one...it's on MTV and VH1 all the time, that's a good one.
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« Reply #16 on: 09 Aug 2005, 09:20 »

I've never heard anything by Rise Against.

The one popular song by Reliant K, you know the one...it's on MTV and VH1 all the time, that's a good one.

Also, Witch Hunt by Jack Off Jill. Awesome :)
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« Reply #17 on: 09 Aug 2005, 09:20 »

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I think if sp2 hears coldplay, he gets so angry men in white coats have to rush in and sedate him. So it works in a round about way.


Pretty much.

Pretty much, the music that sedates me is generally loud and energetic.  I normally fall asleep to punk or post-hardcore.  I'm generally not a good barometer of "relaxing music."
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« Reply #18 on: 09 Aug 2005, 09:26 »

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Well, a lot of Rise Against stuff is acoustic. So yeah, I'da thunk.


Sarcasm at its finest.

as for my picks, just about everything by American Football.
brand new's deja entendu
sublime's santeria
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« Reply #19 on: 09 Aug 2005, 10:05 »

@rawrXskittles: isn't Reliant K a chrisitian band? i don't think any religiously motivated music could calm me down, only make me angry
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« Reply #20 on: 09 Aug 2005, 10:19 »

I dont know about them being a christian band, but they have annoying american accents, and sing vapid lyrics like "and im going to wear a pink tux to the prom"

I, also, hate coldplay with a passion. Those lacklustre soulless bastards were so awful, they killed britrock stone dead for 5 years.
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« Reply #21 on: 09 Aug 2005, 10:29 »

Oooh. Post-black metal is hella relaxing. I'm thinking Arcturus, Borknagar, ...And Oceans, Blut Aus Nord, Spiral Architect, Sigh...I could definitely go to sleep to 'Allotrophic Metamorphic Genesis of Dimorphism' by ...And Oceans, 'Ad Astra' by Arcturus or 'Procession of the Dead Clowns' by Blut Aus Nord.

And hell, I already had Borknagar up there.
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« Reply #22 on: 09 Aug 2005, 10:31 »

i could make up bands too... ;)


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« Reply #23 on: 09 Aug 2005, 11:05 »

Anything by Pink Floyd, Neil Young, or CSNY. I usually listen to Angie or Wild Horses by the Rolling Stones when I sleep.
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« Reply #24 on: 09 Aug 2005, 11:32 »

Relient K is a Christian band. The niche they fill is, basically, bubblegum punk. I loved them when I was in high school, and if I'm in a silly mood, I'll listen to them now and again. But I've heard that their most recent CD is a lot more mature than the old ones. I'll probably give it a listen at some point. They are pretty talented musicians. But they cater to a much younger crowd.
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« Reply #25 on: 09 Aug 2005, 11:36 »

Yea, their new CD is far better than the past ones. I dunno, i own a few of their CDs, but i just cant stand to listen to them for long, too light and happy or something.

Also, YAY for sp2 not launching into a long rant about coldplay. I think i speak for us all when i say thank you :-)
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« Reply #26 on: 09 Aug 2005, 12:05 »

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Also, YAY for sp2 not launching into a long rant about coldplay. I think i speak for us all when i say thank you :-)


Been listening to too much T(I)NC lately, and that relaxes me.  Coldplay still sucks the shit out of dogs' assholes.
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« Reply #27 on: 09 Aug 2005, 12:15 »

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I would like to draw your attention to this; if you take Dan's advice, only chill to these albums. If you try to sleep to any of AT's other work, you're going to wind up having nightmares where midgets chase you through the spaceship from Alien and attempt to clobber you with billy clubs.
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« Reply #28 on: 09 Aug 2005, 14:34 »

Post black metal like Arcturus and Borknagar, or Enslaved's new stuff, is very good stuff to fall asleep too, though I've found that nearly any black metal turned down a little bit puts is good for bedtime. I like to fall asleep with Darkthrone playing quietly in the background.  Doom bands that aren't death-doom, like Shape of Despair or Virgin Black, are also good for relaxing.
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« Reply #29 on: 09 Aug 2005, 14:40 »

Reliant K is too sweet for my tastes...I just find the opne song relaxing.

I like Switchfoot, aethism be damned. Christian rock is a moot point...but Switchfoot is nice.
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« Reply #30 on: 09 Aug 2005, 14:45 »

The Flying Luttenbachers. There's nothing like some noisy, extremely complex, spazzy avantgarde jazz to chill out.

...also Sigur Rós, Mogwai, One Man And His Droid (at least Ou est le Magnetophone), Aereogramme,  June of 44, Do Make Say Think, Berg Sans Nipple. And some other stuff.
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« Reply #31 on: 09 Aug 2005, 14:47 »

Gah, how could I forget My Dying Bride? I find 'Turn Loose the Swans' incredibly relaxing (not to mention almost incomparably beautiful). Though it has to be on low so you don't get blasted bolt upright by that bit in the middle of 'The Snow in My Hand'.
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« Reply #32 on: 09 Aug 2005, 15:03 »

It's like "this is nice...ahh...I figured out the meaning to life! It's AAAA HOLY CRAP SO LOUD!! What was I thinking of? o_O"

This pretty much happens to me every time I turn on my "ultimate playlist" and it goes from Yesterday's Feelings to Box Of Sharp Objects. BAM! Loud.
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« Reply #33 on: 09 Aug 2005, 15:18 »

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Ahhhh Switchfoot makes my ears bleed.......
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« Reply #34 on: 09 Aug 2005, 15:19 »

Turn Loose the Swans is fiendish. We're talking 24 minutes of insanely slow, meticulously composed, beautiful music. Guitars don't even come in till about ten minutes in. Then, suddenly, Aaron just bellows in anguish and the blastbeats start.

Fuck, but My Dying Bride is so awesomely goth, and yet metal as hell. Great stuff.

"I had watched the snow all day. Falling.
It never lets up.
All day falling.
I lifted my voice and wept out loud,
"So this is life?".
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« Reply #35 on: 09 Aug 2005, 15:24 »

The three greatest songs to fall asleep to:

Sleep The Clock Around by Belle and Sebastion

1983... A Merman I Should Turn To Be by Jimi Hendrix

The Gospel by The Dandy Warhols
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« Reply #36 on: 09 Aug 2005, 17:20 »

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Yeah, no doubt. Same with Autechre. Amber is ambient awesome, but you'd probobly just cry if you tried to sleep to Gantz Graf. I've now got a mental image of someone trying to get to sleep to Universal Indicator, and it's amusing. Red Indicator + sleep deprevation  has got to be getting close to hell. I dread to think what Richard D James was on when he decided Acid Techno was a good idea.

In other news, add Blockhead to my earlier selection. Insomniac Olympics is (fairly ironically) perfect to sleep to.
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« Reply #37 on: 09 Aug 2005, 17:50 »

I greatly enjoy going o sleep to Iron and Wine, it's kind of like a sedative for me. I also sleep to Jack Johnson. Luckily, they come right after each other on my shuffle, so that's generally the plan of attack.

On some days The Shins can be calming in a great way as well, as I cannot understand their lyrics whatsoever most of the time, so I do not feel as if I am ripping off the music by not listening for the words.

Some other random good sleepin' songs:
Everythng's Alright - Jesus Christ Superstar
Hey Jude - The Beatles
Blue - The Cowboy Bebop Soundtrack
Is it Real? - The Cowboy Bebop Soundtrack (As well)

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« Reply #38 on: 09 Aug 2005, 19:11 »

I got around to listening to more Fall Out Boy today, a lot of the songs are great and sleepy-making a little.
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« Reply #39 on: 09 Aug 2005, 21:07 »

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Yeah, like he said.  Alternatively, a lot of melodic death metal albums have a song or two that are instrumental with acoustic (or clean) guitars that I find really relaxing.  I think somebody already mentioned Pallar-Anders Visa, Timeless and Acoustic Medley are two more by In Flames, and then Iced Earth, Arch Enemy, Opeth and Suidakra all have some that I like a lot.
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« Reply #40 on: 09 Aug 2005, 23:35 »

Clannad usually works for me.
Also Innocence Mission, Iona, or some Over the rhine.
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« Reply #41 on: 09 Aug 2005, 23:40 »

How could everyone forget stoner so thoroughly?. Brant Bjork is so chilled out he'll put you in a coma if you don't watch out. Also, some of Kyuss' stuff is pretty mellow too, like most of Welcome to Sky Valley
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« Reply #42 on: 10 Aug 2005, 02:37 »

a bit of the locust, sometimes melt banana, minor threat, horse, agoraphobic nosebleed...no, not really.

my relaxing music ( even though I listen to this stuff anytime, I love it) would be stuff like the album leaf, american analog set, a silver mt.zion, arab strap, azure ray, casino versus japan, mice parade, world's end girlfriend, explosions in the sky, dntel, M83, fridge, stars of the lid, halifax pier, sybarite, max richter, the mercury program, the one am radio, six organs of admittance, the six parts seven, tortoise, tristeza etc etc.
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« Reply #43 on: 10 Aug 2005, 02:59 »

Sufjan Stevens' Seven Swans -album and Iron & Wine always work. Also Yoko Kanno's song Space Lion.
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« Reply #44 on: 10 Aug 2005, 03:00 »

dying fetus, lovage, circa survive, gwar, patrick swayze.
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« Reply #45 on: 10 Aug 2005, 03:21 »

For some reason, any particularly good vocalist/vocal performance puts me to sleep. I've fallen asleep a lot to Micheal Crawford, Josh Groban, Seal, New York Voices, Gregorian, Bad Religion (can't really explain that one, accctually), C-Sus. I also tent to listen to musical soundtracks...the first ones that come to mind are "Wicked," "Les Miserables" (at the Royal Albert Hall, all over version are shit), "Stop the World, I Want to Get Off," "Rigoletto," "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," "Phantom of the Opera" (Not the movie...the one with Micheal Crawford as the Phantom...the movie is shit compared to it), "Jesus Christ Superstar," and "Tell me on a Sunday." I USED to listen to "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" but since I've now BEEN finch in it....it keeps me awake. I start running lines in my head which drives me fuckin insane.

I've also been known to blast System of a Down at top-volume and take a nap.
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« Reply #46 on: 10 Aug 2005, 03:45 »

Sigur Rós, Tom Waits, Bob Marley & The Wailers. That's my top three.
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« Reply #47 on: 10 Aug 2005, 04:18 »

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"Phantom of the Opera" (Not the movie...the one with Micheal Crawford as the Phantom...the movie is shit compared to it), "Jesus Christ Superstar," and "Tell me on a Sunday."


And i thought i was the only freak who had a secret addiction for andrew lloyd webber show tunes and used them to go to sleep :P I especially love listening to phatom of the opera to chill out it reminds me of how i always used to dream of playing the part of christine and would beg my vocal coach to teach me how to sing like sarah brightman (too bad i never had her vocal range *sigh*) .... yeah im a dork :P

Other chil out tracks of mine include
Death Whispered a Lullaby by Opeth
The whole albumn 'Mer de Noms' by A Perfect Circle
The albumn 'Images and words' by dream theater
and a hell of alot of Teaparty tracks like The Messenger, Release, Wishing you would stay, The Watcher, Requim

I will aslo second Pink Floyd plus add Harry Connick Jr, The Manhatten Transfers and old school Madonna into the mix as these are artists i remember falling asleep to as a child (damn my mothers uber crazy eclectic mix in music)
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« Reply #48 on: 10 Aug 2005, 04:36 »

so, perhaps i'm a little odd, but mine are:

nina simone, billy holiday, queen, acdc, ella fitzgerald, missy higgins, R.E.M, etc etc etc. i'm sure you get the picture. (And hello to all you 'JJJ'-ers out there. i'm sure i can't be the only one...)
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