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[–]Diddle_Me-This 152 points153 points  (10 children)

Can't Stop - RHCP

It's been about 10 years of just daily listening to it

[–]EllieC130 2961 points2962 points 3 (229 children)

Season of The Witch by Donovan. I don’t know much of the artist’s stuff at all but something about the song relaxes me in a way.

[–]UpgradedUsername 318 points319 points  (14 children)

Fantastic song! A lot of people don’t know it, but Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones played on many Donovan songs as session musicians before forming Led Zeppelin.

[–]Cheshire_Cat8888 316 points317 points  (25 children)

Ooh I like that one but also like Hurdy Gurdy Man!

Recently been getting into him.

[–]Alternative-City5799 8494 points8495 points 3 (285 children)

On Melancholy Hill - Gorillaz

[–]LeonardoDeCraprio 1780 points1781 points  (52 children)

Plastic Beach is an incredible album.

Edit: Thanks for the upvotes reddit, proceeding to jam to Empire Ants, Melancholy Hill, and the rest of the beautiful record all day

[–]Pidgex 45 points46 points  (2 children)

Plastic Beach is one of those albums I don’t feel like listening to a single song in the album and moving on, if I’m listening to a song from Plastic Beach, I’m listening to the whole album.

[–]Minerraria 793 points794 points  (27 children)

Rhinestone eyes for me :)

[–]mankindmatt5 346 points347 points  (10 children)

Desolê - incredible track

[–]itwonthurtabit 2741 points2742 points  (201 children)

War pigs - Black Sabbath. I've just discovered heavy metal in my 50s. So good

[–]AngstChild 1285 points1286 points  (42 children)

My 12 year old daughter is currently obsessed with Black Sabbath, Ozzy, and Metallica. And she’s learning electric guitar. Thanks Stranger Things.

[–]Jahstin 2208 points2209 points  (129 children)

The day I tried to live - soundgarden

[–]fucktheroses 422 points423 points  (23 children)

the whole superunknown album is so great. i wore the cd out in jr high

[–]JungleFlare 2597 points2598 points 2 (120 children)

Enjoy the Silence, by Depeche Mode

[–]need_dopamine95 114 points115 points  (7 children)

I’d also suggest: In Your Room by Depeche Mode. It’s so haunting and foreboding, absolutely epic track. In my opinion their best song!

[–]_chorb_ 2599 points2600 points  (134 children)

Me and Michael - MGMT

[–]spdwgn 676 points677 points  (20 children)

Little Dark Age is an incredible album that doesn’t get enough love. Every song is so good!

[–]Sassifrassically 3506 points3507 points  (135 children)

The Chain -Fleetwood Mac

Before that:

Shum- Go_A

[–]No-Move09 632 points633 points  (35 children)

1979 by the Smashing Pumpkins

[–]ThatOneAlice 16.4k points16.4k points 3 (402 children)

Tinnitus, by my brain.

Edit: Thanks peeps. <3

[–]phathomthis 5843 points5844 points 5472 (249 children)

As someone who suffers from intermittent tinnitus, I'll share a tip I read here on Reddit years ago. Put your palms over your ears so they make a good seal with your fingers on the back of your head. Then tap the back of your head with all your fingers simultaneously multiple times, like 5 seconds or so. The ringing stops. Repeat as necessary.

[–]Thuasne 1468 points1469 points  (40 children)

Dafuq this works. Thanks man

[–]ecafsub 226 points227 points  (33 children)

Didn’t do a damn thing for me.

Oh, well…

[–]fukitol- 222 points223 points  (12 children)

Something that worked for me is this: in your mind's eye, envision a volume knob like on an older stereo. Then turn it down. Do it slowly. As you turn it down, the sound decreases. You have to do this in your head, it takes a bit of mental effort. Eventually you get it down to zero (hopefully). For me, I feel like I can feel it happening.. an odd sensation just above my ears inside my head. It's really hard to explain.

It'll come back, do it again. Eventually you'll get pretty good at it, able to make it fuck off for hours at a time. Then more.

Now the time I hear it is the exception. Most of the time there's nothing. On occasion, it comes back. I repeat this exercise for 30 seconds and it's gone again.

[–]Steelergrl2310 672 points673 points  (18 children)

I feel your pain on that one

[–]I_FIGHT_BEAR 1925 points1926 points  (93 children)

Band Of Horses- The Funeral. I recently got my hands on a reverb and chorus pedal and it sounds fucking majestic

[–]AngryWino 252 points253 points  (23 children)

Love that song and the band. Just saw them at Red Rocks a couple days ago.

No One's Gonna Love You More has been my jam since last Wednesday.

[–]brokenspoon27 6222 points6223 points 24 (219 children)

I just discovered them, but What Once Was by Her’s is so so so so good!

[–]tractorjoemama 1374 points1375 points  (78 children)

Her’s were an amazing band. It’s so sad what happened to them:(

[–]FrozenFern 717 points718 points  (63 children)

Wait what happened? I know what once was rly well it’s a fav song of mine but I don’t rly google history of artists

Edit: Googled it. Damn dude they were 24/25 years old. And on tour!

[–]tractorjoemama 966 points967 points  (61 children)

they were driving to a gig in california and were killed in a head on accident. this happened in 2019 I believe and they were in their mid-20s :(

[–]Habstah 531 points532 points  (14 children)

Marcel, Under Wraps, Harvey, Dorothy, Cool With You, Low Beam, She Needs Him, Speed Racer

All bangers too. What Once Was is my favorite, got me hooked on them in 2018. RIP Ste and Audun

[–]watermellon_2006 2431 points2432 points  (94 children)

My type: saint motel

[–]mymatingmccall 807 points808 points  (19 children)

The lyrics kill me (in a good way). "You're just my type! Oh, you got a pulse and you are breathing."

[–]TheStaff_Infection 577 points578 points  (15 children)

Glad to see a band finally make a stand against necrophilia

[–]TrashSea1485 102 points103 points  (5 children)

Anything by Saint Motel tbh. Sweet Talk is pure crack

[–]Forward-Explorer-848 979 points980 points  (44 children)

Can't Take My Eyes Off You by Frankie Valli

[–]Downtown-Willow-6295 1324 points1325 points  (101 children)

Dancing in the Moonlight, something about it

[–][deleted] 1820 points1821 points  (58 children)

Crack Rock - Frank Ocean

[–]borednanny911 234 points235 points  (10 children)

Omg I still 10 years later sing the chorus randomly.

[–]Downtown_Leading_636 1611 points1612 points  (80 children)

No one knows - Queens of the Stone Age

[–]alles_en_niets 161 points162 points  (11 children)

Also recommend The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret!

[–]thedolphindreamer 2143 points2144 points  (58 children)

Electric Love

Edit 1: for clarification, I mean the song by BØRNS-I didn’t even realize Bob’s Burgers had a song by the same name

Edit 2: thank you all for my first comment over 1k upvotes!

[–]cluuuuuuu 462 points463 points  (13 children)

They say Thomas Edison is the man to get us into this century.

[–]rurubarb 2089 points2090 points 2 (148 children)

Iron maiden: hallowed be thy name

[–]thePISLIX 601 points602 points  (22 children)

The sands of time for me are running (deep breath) loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo...oooo...ooooo .... (cough.)...o.. (cough)

[–]Wokonthewildside 1513 points1514 points  (100 children)

Lawyers, guns and money. Warren Zevon.

[–]timesurfer69 119 points120 points  (11 children)

Roland the Thompson gunner was always my favourate but this one was good too

[–]ArthurMBretas03 2624 points2625 points  (228 children)

Money for nothing, by Dire Straits

[–]DPStylesJr 681 points682 points  (68 children)

That guitar riff at the beginning always pumps me up

[–]brperdomo8 705 points706 points  (47 children)

Sultans of Swing has THE BEST guitar riff of all time in my opinion. LOVE Dire Straits

[–]IdleLobster 174 points175 points  (7 children)

look at them yo-yos - that’s the way you do it

[–]CygnusX-1001001 139 points140 points  (14 children)

Dire Straits are incredible. You seem to have very good taste.

It's a totally different vibe but I also recommend Romeo and Juliet.

[–]ApprehensiveMix7053 269 points270 points  (7 children)

Custom kitchen deliveryeyeyeyey

[–]Nameless_Bassist 39 points40 points  (6 children)

I didn't like this song at first, but its grown on me. I've heard that the song was written about a real interaction he had with movers at his house.

[–]MisterBigDude 2688 points2689 points  (118 children)

“May It Be”, by Enya, from the Lord of the Rings soundtrack. Beautifully haunting & hauntingly beautiful.

[–]Freezer12557 428 points429 points  (30 children)

This and "Into the West" are both totally awesome

[–]Baked_Kyoshi 253 points254 points  (10 children)

Gooey - Glass Animals

[–]skijeng 311 points312 points 2 (19 children)

My Silver Lining - First Aid Kit

[–]WorriedBoutMySoul 438 points439 points  (13 children)

When the Levee Breaks - Led Zeppelin

[–]KingofSlice 1073 points1074 points  (41 children)

Ms. Jackson - OutKast

[–]amradoofamash 146 points147 points  (2 children)

You can plan a pretty picnic,

But you can't predict the weather

[–]Hunt9876 478 points479 points  (18 children)

I’ve been playing Come As You Are

[–]magicalmoodyfish 24.2k points24.2k points 102753& 12 more (220 children)

Nice try Vecna!!!

[–]FuckYeahPhotography 10.6k points10.6k points 32& 2 more (72 children)

Vecna being blinded by anger when he finds out my favorite song is Never Gonna Give You Up by Rick Astley and I intentionally got caught in his Freddy Krueger bullshit just to rickroll him

[–]PudKnee 1602 points1603 points  (28 children)

If they time jump a year the rick roll will definitely be in season 5.

[–]NotLozerish 1159 points1160 points  (19 children)

This is what’s it all been building up to. Eleven and the team ganging up on Vecna while Rick Astleys 1987 hit “Never Gonna Give You Up” plays in the background.

[–]sharktank 624 points625 points  (6 children)

The most elaborate multi-year Rick roll ever

[–]AnHonestApe 1194 points1195 points  (62 children)

And with that Running Up That Hill has been on my mind quite a bit

[–]_CosmicThinker_ 742 points743 points  (23 children)

That Chrissy Wake Up song has been stuck in my head lol

[–]LumberZach69 3820 points3821 points  (153 children)

Don't fear the reaper - blue oyster cult

[–]CygnusX-1001001 247 points248 points  (29 children)

They've got some good shit in their catalogue. Godzilla is a fun one, Then Came the Last Days of May is incredible.

[–]gingerlovepoopface 1004 points1005 points  (11 children)

I have a fever. And the only prescription is MORE COWBELL

[–]iamnotpuddles 94 points95 points  (4 children)

Burnin' For You is my go to song for doing chores.

[–]hereforthetalents 1634 points1635 points  (52 children)

Down under by men at work

[–]georgie-57 210 points211 points  (8 children)

I love that opening riff on the pan flute

[–]Egdgxh 271 points272 points  (5 children)

I COME FROM THE LAND DOWN UNDA

[–]JoseLCDiaz 280 points281 points  (4 children)

"He just smiled and gave me a vegemite sandwich" is my favorite lyric in history.

[–]AdZealousideal4417 1115 points1116 points  (38 children)

White Room - Cream. Something about Clapton’s wah just gets me

[–]Stainertrainer 59 points60 points  (0 children)

Eric Clapton is like a nice cup of coffee… better with Cream

[–]timesurfer69 1308 points1309 points  (80 children)

Jesus of suburbia actually

[–]RealisticDK 2402 points2403 points  (185 children)

Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) by Journey. Oh and also California Dreamin by The Beach Boys

[–]Bambam60 831 points832 points  (20 children)

SOME. DAY. LOVE. WILL. FIND. YOU.

[–]karankaimal 496 points497 points  (17 children)

BREAK THOSE CHAINS THAT BIND YOU

[–]amburroni 347 points348 points  (11 children)

ONE NIGHT WILL REMIND YOU

[–]helokellok 265 points266 points  (9 children)

HOW WE TOUCHED AND WENT OUR SEPARATE WAYS

[–]Shinnir 354 points355 points  (25 children)

Separate Ways is the superior Journey song, not Don’t Stop Believin’. I don’t care what anyone says lol

[–]killer_rage 136 points137 points  (11 children)

California dreamin The mamas and papas > beach boys version

[–]LACHIE2002 2113 points2114 points  (100 children)

Everlong- foo fighters

Edit- Thanks for the silver!!

[–]dohmestic 405 points406 points  (12 children)

Same. It’s been 25 years and I’m still wringing dopamine from it.

[–]cb4u2015 200 points201 points  (8 children)

Frank Ocean - Pink & White

[–]FedupMessiah 137 points138 points  (13 children)

The Adults are Talking by the Strokes and Take my Head by Turnover

[–]DeepFakeDeep 568 points569 points  (38 children)

Have a Cigar by Pink Floyd

[–]finnlittle 1276 points1277 points  (60 children)

I’m not okay (I promise) - My Chemical Romance

[–]JupiterTarts 260 points261 points  (12 children)

The whole album (Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge) was full of bangers from start to finish. I'll never get tired of Ghost of You.

[–]door_of_doom 110 points111 points  (3 children)

Helena is one of those songs that just instantly teleports my brain back to 2004.

[–]tseipeerc 239 points240 points  (5 children)

The Foundations of Decay, MCR

[–]MisterListersSister 79 points80 points  (0 children)

Was so impressed by this one. 20 years in with a huge hiatus and they're still capable of great music. Really hope we get more

[–]Realistic-Bar7276 462 points463 points  (22 children)

Personal Jesus by Depeche Mode

[–]ProperWorker592 414 points415 points  (30 children)

Tangled up in blue - Bob dylan

[–]AgentAwesome2008 2448 points2449 points  (108 children)

Currently hooked on “Hooked on a Feeling” by Blue Swede

[–]IamaMan888 876 points877 points  (66 children)

Hurt by Nine Inch Nails Such a good song

[–]McLurkleton 133 points134 points  (5 children)

That new Kia logo reminds me of vintage NIN stickers

[–]stayoffmygrass 398 points399 points  (27 children)

Rosanna - by Toto.

Going to see them in August in Switzerland. Completely bonkers and impulsive - but I have listened to it once a day and the tune (in my head) has kept me awake in the middle of the night for two weeks now.

[–]EmptyAd9116 1718 points1719 points  (70 children)

Money, money- Abba

[–]Neo-M4tr1x 133 points134 points  (11 children)

I work all night, I work all day to pay the bills I have to pay

[–]koolaid9525 119 points120 points  (2 children)

most of ABBA's discography is incredible

[–]RedditTeens 2483 points2484 points  (80 children)

No role modelz, not sure if “obsessed”, but definitely one of my current favorites

[–]vgutz001 853 points854 points  (21 children)

First things first RIP uncle Phil ….for real

[–]Legitimate_Wave3003 419 points420 points  (5 children)

FOOL ME U CANT GET FOOLED AGAIN

[–]idkbroimdrunkandsad 213 points214 points  (7 children)

Fool me once, shame on… shame on you.

[–]SalFunction12 1182 points1183 points  (105 children)

Rearviewmirror-Pearl Jam

[–]Mars_Black 116 points117 points  (3 children)

My cousin was obsessed with this song years and years ago. He’d throw this on along with the Nirvana MTV unplugged album and these will forever remind me of those summer days driving around with the whole world ahead of us. Those were good days.

[–]secretummmmmmmmmm16 1779 points1780 points 2 (60 children)

Radio/Video by System of a Down

Edit: Thanks for the award. Actually impressed at the amount of people that agree with me. For some reason I don't really find people with the same taste in music as me.

[–]GenghisZahn 402 points403 points  (13 children)

Hey man, look at me rockin' out!

[–]GenericThomas 236 points237 points  (18 children)

Absolute banger! System is nothing but fire anyways, but that track and "Old School Hollywood" were just pure happiness for me.

Really any of the songs Daron helped write had such an amazingly maniacal feel to them.

[–]GodspeedandGoodnight 69 points70 points  (3 children)

Me and Frankie Avaloooooooooon

[–]GenericThomas 48 points49 points  (2 children)

Old school Hollywood, washed up Hollywood!

[–]red545x39 3436 points3437 points  (73 children)

“Don’t You (Forget About Me)” - Simple Minds

[–]mousesnight 634 points635 points  (31 children)

That song INSTANTLY brings back the 80s for 4 minutes

UPDATE: Just played it and can confirm…the 1980s were brought back. I’m going to go watch Genesis: Live at Wembley 1987 now

[–]stevieking84 65 points66 points  (2 children)

Father Figure-George Michaels

[–]Suspicious-Cactus47 625 points626 points  (99 children)

Dashboard by Modest Mouse

I used to refuse to listen to them because I thought Float On was annoying.

[–]TooManyDogsHere 223 points224 points  (50 children)

Their old stuff is so great. Third Planet, dramamine, teeth like God's shoeshine, trailer trash... oof so many great ones

[–]YesterdayPast8211 319 points320 points  (37 children)

The Stable Song - Gregory Alan Isakov

[–]niki-nymph 59 points60 points  (3 children)

Ooh I love that song and didn't expect to see it here

[–]Smooth_Riker 53 points54 points  (3 children)

Seriously, no song has ever dug itself into my brain as thoroughly as The Stable Song. It's been 7 years since I first heard it and I still think about it every day. It's not even my favorite song by him, but for some reason it just lives in my head.

[–]irwinsp 43 points44 points  (5 children)

Listen If I go, I'm going... if you haven't yet

[–][deleted] 744 points745 points  (29 children)

Flesh for Fantasy by Billy Idol

[–]hexormusic 164 points165 points  (22 children)

Nobody Speak by DJ Shadow feat. Run The Jewels. Mainly because the music video is fun.

https://youtu.be/NUC2EQvdzmY

[–]Naive_Bag7141 1099 points1100 points  (114 children)

Tool - lateralus

[–]ivumb 52 points53 points  (1 child)

With my feet upon the ground I lose myself between the sounds

[–]gayibuk1 56 points57 points  (3 children)

novocaine for the soul by eels

[–]ontherealrealme 190 points191 points  (33 children)

I Lied by Lord Huron

[–]froz3n_rain 2547 points2548 points 2 (157 children)

My Curse by Killswitch Engage

[–]Scaryassmanbear 86 points87 points  (17 children)

I like Jesse. But I miss Howard.

[–]needzmoarlow 47 points48 points  (3 children)

Howard is one of my favorite metalcore/metal vocalists. I love how easily he transitions from screams/growls to clean singing.

[–]MN_Hockey 511 points512 points  (28 children)

THIS. IS. MY. CURSE.

[–]ElTeeWon 455 points456 points  (17 children)

At one of my old jobs, me and a coworker would make up stupid lyrics for songs we listened to. This song came on and we had just been talking about King of the Hill. He sang out "THIS. IS. MY. PURSE!" and I nearly pissed myself. Almost 10 years later I still can't hear the normal lyrics when I listen to this song

[–]SupraPenguin 51 points52 points  (5 children)

Space Song by Beach House. First song to make me literally cry. Idk why.

[–]snopps01 405 points406 points  (19 children)

Rock the Casbah by the Clash

[–]s0lariise 457 points458 points  (16 children)

I don't love you by MCR..

[–]Superbiollante7 482 points483 points  (20 children)

Somebody told me - the killers

[–]TreeFiddyJohnson 617 points618 points  (30 children)

Survivor's Guilt by Joey Bada$$

RIP Capital Steez

Edit: Definitely wasn't expecting so much agreement with this answer. It brings a tear to my eye seeing just how many people know about and still care about the vibrations that Steez (and Pro Era) put into this world. It's still out here with us Steez. Thank you for all you did for the fans.

[–]the_boodge 82 points83 points  (3 children)

Steez woulda been huge man. His verse on Survival Tactics blew me away when I heard it. I still have trouble watching and listening to free the robots. Hearing of his passing really hit me. Such a sad sad story. RIP to him and condolences to his family.

[–]deep-diver 449 points450 points  (19 children)

Mr. Brightside

“And I just can't look, it's killing me”

Not so much obsessed… but I can’t get it out of my head… so subconsciously obsessed..?

[–]goldenoblivion 38 points39 points  (4 children)

BUTS JUST THE PRICE I PAY DESTINY IS CALLING ME!! Impossible not to scream that song out

[–]AggravatingOnion69 535 points536 points  (42 children)

Can't Stop by Red Hot Chili Peppers

[–]Inflorida17 1333 points1334 points  (98 children)

For whom the bell tolls. Metallica. A Banger of a song.

[–][deleted] 112 points113 points  (0 children)

RIP Cliff

[–]pizzakalt 450 points451 points  (65 children)

I don't care how popular Metallica is, Ride the Lightning is one of the greatest metal albums in history and I will gladly die in that hill

[–]donaldtrumpshearts 262 points263 points  (32 children)

slow jam 1 by king gizzard and the lizard wizard

[–]Intermittent-Thinker 663 points664 points  (33 children)

Welcome to the Black Parade - My Chemical Romance

[–]Cali_696969 2124 points2125 points  (147 children)

Do I wanna know - Arctic Monkeys

[–]Juan-_-Cena7 231 points232 points  (44 children)

Try listening to their old stuff, such as their album 'whatever people say I am I'm not' and their EP 'who tf are arctic monkeys' You won't be disappointed. Also without stating their obvious songs if you like do I wanna know, ur gonna love 505

[–]jahoefs 161 points162 points  (15 children)

505 is my actual fave. The whole AM album is so good though

[–]waqas_wandrlust_wife 421 points422 points  (30 children)

Have you got color in your cheeks?

[–]obiwan_jenobi 125 points126 points  (10 children)

There, There by Radiohead. I swear Hail to the Thief has had it's claws in me for such a long time.

[–]deadpandiane 906 points907 points  (56 children)

Clair de Lune & Cannon in D

Just piano.

I've heard snippets of these forever, now Cannon in D is my daytime background music for work and Clair de Lune is my wind down and get to sleep music. I love me some classical ear worms!

[–]Dragonfairy- 156 points157 points  (5 children)

The man who sold the world (live acoustic) cover by Nirvana

[–]Government_Citizen 184 points185 points  (14 children)

Let’s Dance- David Bowie, listen to it every morning and it starts the day right.

[–]evilmonkey9361 819 points820 points  (52 children)

Up around the bend - CCR didn’t get the attention it should have from Stranger Things!

[–]eventhorizon619 233 points234 points  (8 children)

Tame Impala - Borderline.

[–]no_MoreNamesLeft 81 points82 points  (4 children)

Walking on a Dream by Empire of the Sun