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Old 08-19-2005, 02:51 AM   #1
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Best 3 'melancholy' albums

Occasionally feel-good music just does not hit the mark and I listen to some 'melancholy' music from my student days for a change.

My Top three are:

() Stina Nordenstam - And She Closed Her Eyes
This still sounds amazing to me even after ten years

() The Sundays - Reading,Writing And Arithmetic

() The Smiths - The World Won't Listen
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hey kaber
I have that sundays that you listed
love it
here's where the story ends is an amzing song...it reminds me of driving down a a lovely road during autumn..er sumtin

the way she shapes the lyrics around the melody is really interesting
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Empyrium - A Wintersunset...
Empyrium - Where at night the wood grouse plays

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thats a great one

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three off the top of my head...
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I've always liked melancholy music, so much of what I have fits that description. One I particularly like (although I haven't listened to it all that much lately) is Ian McCulloch's Candleland.
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Pink Floyd - The Final Cut
Absolutely !!


I refer back to some 80's albums ...

Genesis - Duke
Sting - The Dream Of The Blue Turtles
Heart - Dreamboat Annie
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