Ozzy crazy train

#1

Just to chill a bit, guys don’t you think that crazy train from Ozzy fit very well for PFS.?

Mental wound don’t healing driving me insane…lol

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#2

Another song that fit is : Flight to nowhere from Tesla.

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#3

Yeah, there are many songs in the Rock/metal genre like sickman by Alice in chains, endless night by trivium or avenged sevenfolds and all things will end.

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#4

The Billy No Mates / Counting Worms combo by Knocked Loose without a doubt:

Maybe I’m the one who’s so full of shit

Point the finger
Reject the blame
Dig deep in a heart that breaks
No spine to be found
Pick me up from the ground

Maybe I’m the one who’s so full of shit
Point the finger
Reject the blame
All my friends who have wasted their lives
We are one in the same
I was too quick to judge
We’re all alone in this

I put the drugs in between us
I told myself that it changed you
But I’m the one who changed

Point the finger
Reject the blame
I call out for help
But I’ll never call your fucking name
Anguish

I wrote a song about getting better:
"It’s a feeling I can’t remember"
ARF, ARF!
Counting worms

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@MOONCHILD , how about Paranoid by Sabbath?

“Finished with my woman, 'cause she couldn’t help me
With my mind
People think I’m insane because I am frowning
All the time”

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#5

Enemy Inside - Dream Theater
Point of No Return - Silent Force
The Long Defeat - Thrice

#6

"When you’re backed into a corner
When you feel that you are standing there alone
What’s the point of even trying
When you know that you will never make it home

You’ve crossed the line you’ve really messed up
You took the risk you’re in an unknown place
A wrong decision that went too far
You’re feeling lost you’re in disgrace

You’re at the point of no return (point of no return)
You’re at the point of all you’re suffering (point of all you’re suffering)
You’re at the point of no return

When you feel the pressure building
Weighing heavy on your mind and on your soul
That is when you need to think straight
It’s the time when you should never lose control

When you finally wake up, you cry a tear that shakes up
The inner workings of your twisted mind
Is it someone who will hold you? Oh someone who will scold you
Someone who will talk sense into your life
When your dreams have failed you, oh the world moves on without you
Is there anyone that you can turn to now?
When you finally wake, up, you cry a tear that shakes up
The inner workings of your twisted mind"

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#7

To be honest I only took fin because I was into heavy music and all my favourite bands had long hair. I never took it because of superficial reasons like that girls couldn’t find me attractive enough, when I am balding. Too sad that this shit took my sexuality. Hopefully there is a cure.

#8

Sawproblemo that one fit pretty good, what is the name of the song, it is from a band or it is your own PFS composition.?

I think that is good idea to find a celebrity willing to make a son name “PFS” or “Propecia” and send the message to the world.

#9

It’s Point of No Return by Silent Force

#10

This is not a song, but an album - more than that, a jazz album.
I think this albums suits the feel of PFS in a weird manner. The way this album is recorded gives out the sensation that it was recorded with a blanket on top. Gives the sensation of being tired and burned out while waiting on an elevator that’s taking way too long to get to the floor you wanna get.

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#11

It’s been said on here before that the “half the man I used to be” hook from Stone Temple Pilot’s - Creep is fitting for this condition.

I hate hearing that song because it’s a reminder.

#12

Wetaka that one is pretty boring music, do not fit at all for PFS,
Anyone with PFS hearing that melodies will going to suicide quickly.

#13

The Caretaker is no doubt talented at what he does, but I find his music is too oppressive. Like a straitjacket or like being pumped full of antipsychotics and barbituates in a senior home. RIP Mark Fisher.

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#14

Sorta enjoying this album, nice recommendation.

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#15

Paranoid by Black Sabbath is perfect. Unrelenting misery. I also like Don’t Fear The Reaper by Blue Oyster Cult but that’s cause it’s the song I will play when it’s time to end it.

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#16

Always thought about Joy Division being PSSD/PFS official band :rofl:

I’ve been waiting for a guide to come and take me by the hand,
Could these sensations make me feel the pleasures of a normal man?
These sensations barely interest me for another day,
I’ve got the spirit, lose the feeling, take the shock away.

It’s getting faster, moving faster now, it’s getting out of hand,
On the tenth floor, down the back stairs, it’s a no man’s land,
Lights are flashing, cars are crashing, getting frequent now,
I’ve got the spirit, lose the feeling, let it out somehow.

What means to you, what means to me, and we will meet again,
I’m watching you, I’m watching her, I’ll take no pity from you friends,
Who is right, who can tell, and who gives a damn right now,
Until the spirit new sensation takes hold, then you know,
Until the spirit new sensation takes hold, then you know,
Until the spirit new sensation takes hold, then you know,
I’ve got the spirit, but lose the feeling,
I’ve got the spirit, but lose the feeling,
Feeling, feeling, feeling, feeling, feeling, feeling, feeling.

…it’s literally about us, Ian Curtis was suffering almost in the same way

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#17

YES! Love Joy Division, total darkness combined with eloquence, nothing else can touch that in popular music, for me. Ian Curtis was insanely talented, for a man in his early twenties to write like that is unreal. He really saw deeply into the darkness; unfortunately, it seems there wasn’t enough light in his life to act as counterbalance in the end. Still, the work he left behind can be a source of real comfort for people like us who have suffered more deeply than others around us. Interesting to note that he also suffered from a debilitating chronic health problem, epilepsy.

My current favourite is ‘Twenty Four Hours’ off Closer. Incredible song about having all your dreams crushed, every single line cuts like a knife.

Two couplets that particularly resonate with me:

“Just for one moment, thought I’d found my way/Destiny unfolded, I watched it slip away.”

“I never realised the lengths I’d have to go/All the darkest corners of a sense I didn’t know”

I find the darker stuff by the Cure can be a pretty effective tonic too. The lyrics are pretty amateurish next to the awesome poetry of Ian Curtis but musically, you can’t get much more beautifully bleak than something like this:

One Hundred Years

Lastly want to mention Tom Waits. A bit more theatrical, you don’t get the sense that he lives in the darkness so much as he just likes to play those sorts of characters, he’s a very talented songwriter and performer though so he does bring them to life. Here’s a good one from him:

Misery is the River of the World

#18

Yes, love the Cure.

But my favourite is definitely Morrissey!
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He really is someone who is singing about my life. Loneliness, depression, suffering and so on but always with witty jokes and irony. For example:

November spawned a monster - a song about a crippled girl.

Happy lovers at last united - about being third wheel

Or about disappointment and failure in love

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#19

I feel sorry for the guy who started this thread, he wanted to talk about metal and hard rock and now here we are talking about Morrissey… hehe… Although actually, I’ve heard of some metalheads being into Morrissey so maybe I shouldn’t assume!

These are nice songs you’ve posted, plus some very, hmm, shall we say interesting dance moves in the first video… I used to listen to the Smiths quite a lot as a teenager (26 now so that’s going back a few years), never heard these Morrissey songs though. I particularly like that last one there, reminds me a bit of the Smiths song Back to the Old House, a beautiful song. You’re right, he is very witty; a sense of humour is no doubt a useful ally when life deals you a bad hand, it’s something I’d like to develop more in myself.