CRUSHINGLY SAD INSTRUMENTAL ROCK ALBUMS

Kevin Phillips
Kevin Phillips

Rec them to me.

Pic related is one of my fave. Also F#A#. Just more stuff that is slow, turgid, genuine and sad.

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youtube.com/watch?v=Iw6j_etAiW0
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youtube.com/watch?v=ExkkMLzda-Y
youtube.com/watch?v=ZzhZOEOhKCA

Hudson James
Hudson James

if you haven't listened to "he has left us alone but shafts of light sometimes grace the corners of our rooms" by silver mt zion, make sure you do.

i've been a godspeed/silver mt zion fan for years but have only recently started getting into mogwai. come on die young blew my mind

Parker Campbell
Parker Campbell

I need to relisten to "shafts of light" desu

This is my fave silver mt zion release (haven't heard all there stuff but), you should listen to it if you haven't.

Mogwais first 2 albums and there early EPs are so good. They lost me when they went cleaner and more electronic. Saw them live recently and thought they were pretty dull and predictable. Sad :(

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Nolan Rodriguez
Nolan Rodriguez

SAD SOOONGS

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Connor White
Connor White

my ex literally just messaged me after 3+ months of no contact. This used to be our favourite song

Feeling emotional

Anthony Davis
Anthony Davis

Departure songs by We Lost The Sea is great. It gets a lot of shit on Sup Forums for being Reddit tier, but honestly, it's great.

Daniel Lopez
Daniel Lopez

waiting and waltzing in airport terminals

Ayden Ortiz
Ayden Ortiz

youtube.com/watch?v=Iw6j_etAiW0

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Jose Garcia
Jose Garcia

Dirty Three - Ocean Songs

Ocean themed instrumental sad post-rock

Kayden Garcia
Kayden Garcia

dis good

Wyatt Rogers
Wyatt Rogers

2nd

Justin Parker
Justin Parker

This Mogwai album is seriously underrated.

Juan Perez
Juan Perez

This is pretty edge and dark, dunno if its sad though.
youtube.com/watch?v=-opRrjbiO5o&t=891s

Jeremiah Davis
Jeremiah Davis

Their best really

Jonathan Torres
Jonathan Torres

Not sad exactly, but emotional af. Some songs have a sad vibe to them.

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Luke Sullivan
Luke Sullivan

Yes, it’s bery underrated. I think people forget about it because MYT precedes it.

Their best really
Debatable. I still think MYT is better, but yeah CODY is good.

Isaac Evans
Isaac Evans

Shame they fell off

Aaron Peterson
Aaron Peterson

Yeah, most of the stuff after Mr. Beast kinda sucks. They’ve had a few good songs here and there though. I wish they’d make an album like Young Team again. So good.

Jeremiah Hill
Jeremiah Hill

i mean it's mostly instrumental i guess

youtube.com/watch?v=ExkkMLzda-Y

Angel Nelson
Angel Nelson

I used to listen to this album all the time back when I was a whiny drug addled teen.
I think I'll check it out again for nostalgia's sake.

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Austin Taylor
Austin Taylor

You just unlocked my trap card.

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William King
William King

YES

Michael Lee
Michael Lee

will listen now thx

Ethan Davis
Ethan Davis

This is my specialty.

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Bentley Garcia
Bentley Garcia

I understand your pain. I had an argument with a close friend two months ago but I apologized three times and eventually he completely cut me out of his life, never replayed to my texts and calls. This is literally the only true friend I had. So now when I hear songs that we liked and albums we shared to each other it kills me.

Grayson Garcia
Grayson Garcia

Damn, sounds shitty man. Was the argument over something that big?

Hudson Lewis
Hudson Lewis

God, I wish they'd remaster this and put it on vinyl

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Anthony Ross
Anthony Ross

And I know the majority of this album was done using shit midis but it's still an emotional and atmospheric post-rock album

Oliver Rogers
Oliver Rogers

came here to post this

Blake Murphy
Blake Murphy

Seam's Autopilot is not really an instrumental, but it's fucking heart-rending and fragile and immensely beautiful in its sadness. It's like the anthem to loneliness, not "tfw no gf/bf" kind of loneliness, but "I was born alone and I will die alone and there is absolutely nothing I can do because that's how it seems to be"

youtube.com/watch?v=ZzhZOEOhKCA

I keep it on repeat for days when black-eyed dog comes up once again.

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John Miller
John Miller

that song destroys me evry time

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