To Run in a Dream

What sort of music was played in your house when you were growing up? What effect, (if any) did it have on your musical tastes?

I’ve listened to a variety while growing up, and I’m not stuck into a genre or kind specifically. While I have more preference towards rock n roll, country and recently folk music, anything which is pleasant for the ear and soothes the soul is my thing. Here is a playlist I’m currently addicted to for your listening pleasure:

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Moved by Music

”The best lyrics are the ones that describe your emotions in ways you always wanted to say but could never find the words” – Mike Shinoda

Whenever I hear good music (or anything else for that matter) which manages to get to me, I always recount these brilliant words. Well, considering Linkin Park is my most favourite band of all time and I sometimes write about them or share stuff, I recently came across this band through a brother, who asked me to hear them and some songs in particular, the below one being one of them. I always agreed with the above line and believed that was in a way a norm for good music, and well it has been true on numerous occasions. Currently, with my present (on-going) predicament, enjoy these brilliant tracks by The Script. Wish I knew about them earlier, but never late nonetheless.

Late

When I hear the word late, usually the first thing which comes to my mind (among other things) is this song by Poets of the Fall called Late Goodbye. It’s the first song they ever wrote, and have played it in almost all of their live concerts so far. Incidentally, it’s also the first song of theirs which I heard too back then, which was featured in the game Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne , when I feel in love with this band. Still one of my favourites.