History TearJerker / PinkFloyd

17th Jan '17 7:31:03 AM Yoshiman400
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** "Autumn '68", of all songs, is the song that's going to do it for most. Both because it's built around a recording of Rick Wright playing the Royal Albert Hall pipe organ in 1968, and because it's so chillingly nostalgic that it will bring one to tears in seconds.

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** "Autumn '68", of all songs, is the song that's going to do it for most. Both because it's built around a recording of Rick Wright playing the Royal Albert Hall pipe organ in 1968, 1968 (the title even being a reference to Wright's "Summer '68" from ''Atom Heart Mother''), and because it's so chillingly nostalgic that it will bring one to tears in seconds.
9th Jan '17 12:02:10 AM Scifimaster92
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6rPacjAC8s Someone on YouTube created a video]] featuring the song set to scenes from the equally tear-jerking ''Anime/GraveOfTheFireflies''. It's a very effective juxtaposition, especially as the anime scenes match up very well with the official music video, as pointed out in the comments section.

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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6rPacjAC8s Someone on YouTube created a video]] featuring the song set to scenes from the equally tear-jerking ''Anime/GraveOfTheFireflies''. It's a very quite an effective juxtaposition, especially as the anime scenes match up very well with the official music video, as pointed out in the comments section.
9th Jan '17 12:01:23 AM Scifimaster92
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6rPacjAC8s Someone on YouTube created a video]] featuring the song set to scenes from the equally tear-jerking ''Anime/GraveOfTheFireflies''. It's a very effective juxtaposition, especially as the anime scenes match up very well with the official music video, as pointed out in the comments section.
5th Jan '17 10:13:37 PM SwimToTheMoon
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** Speaking of which, the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bqvcmud3LFQ video]] is amazingly nostalgic. The references to Syd (such as the oversized bust of his face being carried into the horizon) get me every single time.

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** Speaking of which, the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bqvcmud3LFQ video]] is amazingly nostalgic. The references to Syd (such as the oversized bust of his face being carried into the horizon) get me people every single time.


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** "Cluster One". It begins with a [[LastNoteNightmare First Note Nightmare]]... only to fade into one of the most dreamy and euphoric pieces of music one could ever hear.
26th Dec '16 9:57:03 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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*** It's the live version from ''Pulse'' that does it. Specifically, the solo from Part V, where the saxophone is much more pronounced, but also combined with several more instruments and sounds, made it difficult for [[Troper/TimeLordVictorious This Troper]] to not burst into tears upon hearing it for the first time. And when you actually watch the video from the ''Pulse'' DVD, there's that little film that is seen on the screen at the concert the footage was taken from, which makes it many times more tear-jerking than the original version.

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*** It's the live version from ''Pulse'' that does it. Specifically, the solo from Part V, where the saxophone is much more pronounced, but also combined with several more instruments and sounds, made it difficult for [[Troper/TimeLordVictorious [[Tropers/TimeLordVictorious This Troper]] to not burst into tears upon hearing it for the first time. And when you actually watch the video from the ''Pulse'' DVD, there's that little film that is seen on the screen at the concert the footage was taken from, which makes it many times more tear-jerking than the original version.
6th Dec '16 12:09:42 PM TimeLordVictorious
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* "The Thin Ice" from ''The Wall''. Especially the guitar solo near the end of the song.
27th Nov '16 11:10:43 PM TimeLordVictorious
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*** It's the live version from ''Pulse'' that does it. Specifically, the solo from Part V, where the saxophone is much more pronounced, but also combined with several more instruments and sounds, made it difficult for [[Troper/TimeLordVictorious ThisTroper]] to not burst into tears upon hearing it for the first time. And when you actually watch the video from the ''Pulse'' DVD, there's that little film that is seen on the screen at the concert the footage was taken from, which makes it many times more tear-jerking than the original version.

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*** It's the live version from ''Pulse'' that does it. Specifically, the solo from Part V, where the saxophone is much more pronounced, but also combined with several more instruments and sounds, made it difficult for [[Troper/TimeLordVictorious ThisTroper]] This Troper]] to not burst into tears upon hearing it for the first time. And when you actually watch the video from the ''Pulse'' DVD, there's that little film that is seen on the screen at the concert the footage was taken from, which makes it many times more tear-jerking than the original version.
27th Nov '16 11:10:28 PM TimeLordVictorious
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**** It's the live version from ''Pulse'' that does it. Specifically, the solo from Part V, where the saxophone is much more pronounced, but also combined with several more instruments and sounds, made it difficult for [[Troper/TimeLordVictorious ThisTroper]] to not burst into tears upon hearing it for the first time. And when you actually watch the video from the ''Pulse'' DVD, there's that little film that is seen on the screen at the concert the footage was taken from, which makes it many times more tear-jerking than the original version.
2nd Sep '16 1:44:48 PM TimeLordVictorious
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* "Goodbye Cruel World".
16th Apr '16 10:40:34 PM SwimToTheMoon
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** "Autumn '68", of all songs, is the song that's going to do it for most. Both because it's built around a recording of Rick Wright playing the Royal Albert Hall pipe organ in 1968, and because it's so chillingly nostalgic that it will bring one to tears in seconds.
* "Echoes". Just, Echoes. All 23 minutes of it are so stunningly amazing and beautiful that the tears will flow multiple times, but the entire section from 14:28 to the end are so beautiful that it's hard not to be moved to tears.
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