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  Reepicheep
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"Human" by The Human League
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What's your favorite love song?
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 PostPosted: Thu Jul 07, 2016 9:07 am Reply with quote  
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I'm not sure if this counts as it's more of an unrequited or impossible love song instead of a more orthodox love song, but I really love "Gifts and Curses" by Yellowcard. It just nails that feeling for me, especially the instrumental bridge.
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Sure it counts. However people want to define it, that's part of the fun.
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"The Boy vs. the Cynic" by John Reuben. Great song for reflection.
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I heard that "Take Me To Church" song on the radio today. It's been a long time. I remembered that really impressed me because it was one of the few songs I've heard on the radio to rightly portray romantic love as frenzy, tension and bad conscience.
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The Veils have a new album coming out at the end of August and I'm beyond excited, I've been listening to the two new songs "Axolotl" and "Low Lays the Devil" nonstop.
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"Sunrise" by Our Last Night, "The World at Large" by Modest Mouse, and a mix-tape sort of thing by George Watsky of "Pumped Up Kicks" by Foster the People.


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"Warning Call" by Chvrches.
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"Little Lion Man" by Mumford&Sons


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Youtube suggested that I should listen to Next Victim, DOA, SSD, Integrity... and Selena Gomez. lmao

It's good to see that Selena's new album combines classic Straight Edge Hardcore with Holy Terror and Doom Crust elements.
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Favorite love song is "Mercury" by Counting Crows.

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Good one. That takes me back to the nineties.
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