I usually listen to techno and dubstep and apart from an occassional Armin masterpiece, music rarely touches me - its more like it fills in the background while I read or travel or relax. But I recently came across this song - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psfQzHtz_o4 And I was absolutely taken aback. My heart turned into a mushy pulp and I melted into a swirl of intense emotions, memories and the like. This is a rare occasion for me and I would be very greatful if you guys can suggest similiar songs, both is style and generally expected emotional response. To my knowledge, Schez and Fraggle a both into proper music and other that I am not very familiar with might be too. Any suggestions are welcome. Ps. Sorry for not being on this site for some time. I see that current topics now include theism as it relates to evolution and creationism, perhaps reflecting current cultural conditions. This does give me the happy opportunity to indulge in my two favourite fields of discourse on this site - religion and biology. I find my knowledge base to have expanded and my literary style to have developed and become more refined, which is, of course, a good thing. Perhaps, if this isnt too imposing, some feedback on this front a few days later would be helpful in improving them further. So, I am back and fresh for some more discussions! Pps. If fraggle comes along here, I have a question which doesnt seem to warrant a thread to itself. Please do split this part if the discussion becomes too distracting from the subject matter of emotionally stimulative music. But anyway, here it is- Why are bristish people called 'English'? Arent americans or canadians or australians english too? After all, most of them do have english as their first language. While britian is the source of english, considering current social topologies, wouldnt 'british' be a better adjective? A final heads up seems to be necessary to piece this together - please suggest any emotional or beautiful music you might know of. Thank you.