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Inspired by the last post, for anyone who really needs/wants to waste some time this weekend, CHALLENGE: please go through your music libraries, come up with a suitable collection of songs for the playlist title "Sadness" (description: good music to cry to for a while), and then post it to your journal or in the comments here.

[Quick snapshot reminder of what my list looks like.]

I haven't gotten around to Volume II (stuff-that-only-lives-on-CDs and/or 2009 discoveries-on) yet.
And half the artists are still cut off on this list, yes.



There is really, really no limit to how many you should put on there. Volume I of my list takes up 3.5 hours, personally. Or you may be normal and have way less sad music in general. I just want to know what you guys listen to, whether it is resplendent with explanations like The Music List, or just a list of titles and artists.

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rainbowstevie
Aug. 20th, 2012 04:23 am (UTC)
WELL, HELLO THERE! Nice to see you around these parts, I'm glad you came out to play.

Gonna have a lot of fun with this list, methinks. I just pulled out "Jeax d'eu" to start with at random, and if all the instrumentals are like that this is going to be perfect writing music (random update: oh my god, the Silent Hill one is so awesomely creepy! goosebumps, right here. nightmares, pending).
stunt_muppet
Aug. 25th, 2012 01:56 am (UTC)
God, I know. I've really picked up my work schedule in the past few months - first a huge number of shifts and my shop, then a new job after that - and so blogging juts kind of...fell through the cracks. But I've been doing better! Even if I have to restrict it to the weekends now. :(

The Silent Hill music is kind of a leitmotif throughout the game, but the last scene it accompanies it a suicide. So while it's creepy it still feels really sad to me.

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