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What song would you listen to at that moment of extreme anger?
At that point of anger when you get so enraged you can barely stand still, your body trembles and your mind is racing, your face gets hot and anything around you looks like something awesome to demolish. What song would you listen too?
None. If I were in that kind of mood the last thing I'd think of doing would be listening to music.
Ween. "You fkd up" is the first one I thought of.
But actually this is a great question-- I would like to hear a list of songs people think of when they are really p'd off. tgopfrich-- what is yours?
Or, if I was trying to regain calmness and clarity, anything by Chopin, and most reggae songs. But definitely a bit of Ween if I wanted to keep that feeling.
Hmm great question.
Maybe something by Rage Against The Machine or Dragula by Rob Zombie
If I wanted to calm myself down Nirvana's album Live and Unplugged in New York always does the trick- Im not exactly sure why!
I voted you on this because I think Nirvana gave great music for this feeling. But they were pretty laid back -- love the music but not angry enough for those particular moments!
true they were never really angry music, but did have a calming effect on me and still does!
classical music calms my nerves whenever i am angry. songs for meditation
I actually have a playlist entitled "Mad Music" with these songs and a few more. They vary in intensity and the cause of the enraged state. Enjoy breaking something to a few of these : )
-Blood on the Ground by Incubus
-Circles by Incubus
-Under My Umbrella by Incubus
-Harder to Breath by Maroon 5
-You Oughta Know by Alanis Morissette
-Before He Cheats by Carrie Underwood
-Moving Mountains by Usher
Losing Grip by Avril Lavigne
Don't Speak by No Doubt
Slow Dancing in a Burning Room by John Mayer
One Day You Will by Deborah Cox
Not Coming Home by Maroon 5
Just a Phase by Incubus
All I Really Want by Alanis Morissette
Certainly by Erykah Badu
Perfect by Alanis Morissette
I have a ready playlist for that kind of mood...with my fav songs....there are some light, romantic Hindi movie and some English songs also. actually i look forward for a calming effect to cool my mind...everybody has different motive. as i believe anger should be calmed as fast as possible so that is my way. i really turn toward songs in those moments.
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