lee casey

Member Since: 4/17/2004
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Songs to kill yourself to

Artist Song
Feeder  Summers Gone 
Smashing Pumpkins  Mayonaise 
Radiohead  Creep 
The Clash  Lost in The Supermarket 
Manic Street Preachers  From Despair To Where 
Culture Club  The Crying Game 
Elliott Smith  Needle In the Hay 
Radiohead  No Surprises 
Garbage  Medication 
Staind  Outside 
Mansun  Legacy 
Third Eye Blind  Slow Motion (unreleased version with full lyrics) 
Nine Inch Nails  Hurt 
Nirvana  All Apologies 
The Verve  Drugs Don't Work 
Pink Floyd  Comfortably Numb 
The Smiths  Asleep 


These are the 17 of the most depressing songs I've ever heard in my life.
The songs fit nicely on a 80 minute CD-R, and all tracks can be found on published CDs, apart from the Third Eye Blind track which is only available on MP3 (The lyrics were determined inappropriate for the release of 3eb's album Blue due to the Columbine incident, so they changed that track to an instrumental version for the album.)


Joe Gillis1
Date: 4/18/2004
I could die, very comfortably, to this. Preferably in my sleep.
Mason Jar12
Date: 4/18/2004
I never had really listened to the lyrics of "Lost in a Supermarket" - yes.. very moving. nice mix!
Date: 4/18/2004
perfect choice to include 'needle in the hay'... that scene in the royal tenenbaums gets me everytime. this is looks really good.
Matt Conway
Date: 7/20/2004
I have to disagree with something on here... "From Despair To Where" is nowhere near the Manics most depressing song. Despite the lyrics, it actually sounds quite uplifting. Perhaps "You're Tender And You're Tired" or "The Everlasting" would have been better for slow sad songs? The appropriate choice for killing yourself should probably be "Die In The Summertime" though...
Date: 9/5/2004
Nice way to end the CD w/ the smiths "asleep". I love it.
short wave radio
Date: 5/31/2007
Damn. I never thought of Lost in The Supermarket as a depression induced song. But it is a great pick, along with the Radiohead, and the Elliott Smith track is one of my all times favorites.