I wouldn't have made it through the whole withdrawal period without bone thugs n harmony... they just chilled me out... but that's the kind of music i like, so.... I also liked this song by lifehouse called everything....
this also gives me some new ideas of songs to download. if not for music, this would be a thousand times worst..
PAIN....by Three Days Grace
I have been listening to some native american flutes called spirit journey. It to me is real relaxing.
While I was on methadone music was something that got lost in the shuffle, since being off of it, I hop in my car & throw in my Tom Petty cd, I know he,s old school, but I love that guy!
i love Tom Petty. he's my ex-wife's favorite artist though, so listening to him makes me think of her. another thing i need to get over...
yea!!!! freefalling is a good song to take your mind away from bad things.
Any song by Blue October. The singers story is similiar to my own I relate to the music like nothing else. Basically the story of my life is contained in those songs.
By the way, best concert I've ever been to was to see Tom Petty. Great artist.
Jesse you already know mine is colors by crossfade.I have many more...I will get back at cha
I love music...mostly blues, bluegrass, Grateful Dead and others from years past..but, I found during withdrawl, I had no interest in music, except perhaps for Cowboy Junkies, but some of their music, while being wonderful, can depress the heck out of you. Thankfully, I'm back to enjoying music..don't know what I'd do without it.
amazing by aerosmith. wrote about addiction and cant go wrong the piano...ooo yeaaaaa
You can't go wrong with Stevie Ray Vaughn..or if you like it a little heavier..some Alice in chains (well some of their songs are real depressing but he died from all he sings about)
Also Corrosion of Conformity.
i really like Just feel better..by Steven Tyler w/carlos Santana
Agree with you on SRV...there's so much music I like I wouldn't know where to start..though not much today that grabs me...a generational thing I suppose. I love a lot of guitar. But, I've been hooked on the Grateful Dead for nearly 40 years and I don't think that's gonna change ;-)
be here now by ray lamontagne