Wardial3r wrote:Might want to add what part of the song hun.
Also Sigur Rós in Untitled 8 when the drums kick in at about 8 minutes and its just this amazingly powerful buildup.
Word.Immortal_Z wrote:Before someone takes it...
Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen. The entire thing, really.
WBLambert wrote:"When the Music's Over" - The Doors
When Jim Morrison screams "Now!" and the band kicks in behind him, I always get chills. Every single time.
steewi wrote:In Karl Jensen's Armed Man: Benedictus, where the orchestra and choir kicks in.
Rhubarb wrote:OK I've been thinking about a bunch of tracks that have that special moment. There's loads but they're all great. There's a bit in Cipater by Autechre where the melody does some weird thing after having built up for ages. The track starts in 4/4, then somehow gradually merges to 3/4, then at 6.51 the melody just goes completely mind blowing...
Rhubarb wrote:Then there's the bit in Tetra-Sync by Squarepusher just before the drum solo starts, the bass is excellent. Oh and the bit at 4.54 where everything falls together, such a great moment.
The Rumpled Academic wrote:In "A Tender History of Rust" by Do Make Say Think,
when there's that little poolsplash of laughter,
and the fingerpicked acoustic guitar riff comes in...
...completely goddamn joyous.
I removed everything apart from capital letters/abbv. and capitalised words. More in the future, please. I couldn't read a fucking thing, it hurt so much. That button marked 'Shift' isn't difficult to get to, you know.a386 wrote:EP
Holiday and Funeral
a386 wrote:speaking of arcade fire i know everyone listens to funeral for a friend too much...
wst wrote:I removed everything apart from capital letters/abbv. and capitalised words. More in the future, please. I couldn't read a fucking thing, it hurt so much. That button marked 'Shift' isn't difficult to get to, you know.
thecommabandit wrote:Phil Collins - In the Air Tonight. At around 3:40 the drums come in, and the bass punctuates it perfectly, and the lyrics step up and it just sends shivers down my spine. It doesn't last long enough. The whole song is awesome, but the section after the drums kick in is just amazing.
SirMustapha wrote:It's like a hidden treasure, sort of -- a moment of fragility hidden in a solid block of stone.
a386 wrote:I'm totally going to check out Sigur Rós now. I'm not sure why i haven't before, I hear nothing but good things but I just never got around to tracking that particular band down.
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