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18 Rock and Metal songs that make people happy!

Kerrang just released a list of “18 Rock and Metal Songs That Make People Happy”. Check out all the titles and stories below!

The article is accompanied by the following introduction: “Sometimes a song doesn’t have to be happy for the listener to feel good. Whether it’s adrenaline-pumping music, a tiny detail that feels like a personal wink, a sense of nostalgia attached to it, or a particularly awesome memory of having seen her in concert, there are certain rock and metal songs that, no matter what, will always lift people’s spirits.”

“So when we posed this question on social media recently, it was a total joy to not only browse through the many responses sent, but also to learn the very different reasons why certain songs make you so happy. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorites below, because if they can have that effect on someone, they just might brighten your day too…”

18 Rock and Metal songs that make people happy:

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blink-182 – Online Songs:

Tom via Facebook: “Because it feels like 2002, when life was a little less complicated.”

Ghost-Year Zero:

Kate via Facebook: “Ghost Year Zero. I listen to it and sing till I burst, it absolutely fills my unholy soul with joy.”

Paramore – Hard Times:

Laura via Facebook: “Hard Times of Paramore. Basically, it’s the whole album that plays when I need to cheer myself up.

The Gaslight Anthem – The ’59 Sound:

Kyle via Facebook: “The Gaslight Anthem’s ’59 Sound album in full. This whole album puts me in a good mood.”

Devin Townsend – True North:

Gordon via Facebook: “Some of Devin Townsend’s tracks can really put me in a good mood. His Epicloud album features many of these tracks, True North, Lucky Animals, Liberation, More! etc This album is a pleasant experience. “

System Of A Down – Chop Suey! :

Paul via Twitter: “It’s the song that took me from soft rock/metal to the levels I love now. I now like all kinds of Metal. Such an important song that will stand the test of time. Also, the band will always be very important to me. I never tire of this song.”

Ozzy Osbourne – Mr. Crowley:

Andy via Facebook: “Mr. Crowley-Ozzy Osbourne. This song reminds me every day that Randy [Rhoads] was a brilliant young guitarist!”

Iron Maiden – Fear Of The Dark:

Dan via Facebook: “Fear Of The Dark, especially live at Rock In Rio 2001. Chills. Real chills.”

Van Halen – Jump:

Harry via Facebook: “Jump from the mighty Van Halen. I understand why people get tired of it, but not me. I guess the whole song is just full of little hobbits. Joyful energy.”

My Chemical Romance – Mama:

Michelle via Facebook: “The lyrics are sad but the melody is so happy and funny.”

Deftones – My Own Summer:

Marcel on Twitter: “Two drum notes in the intro make me smile a million dollars.”

Limp Bizkit – Break Stuff:

Jamie via Facebook: “To make me feel like a kid again.”

Monster Magnet – Live For The Moment:

Kev via Twitter: “Whenever I feel like it’s getting too complicated, I listen to this song and suddenly it doesn’t seem so bad.”

Enter Shikari – Radiate:

Tom via Twitter: “It’s a bestial song that motivates me every time I listen to it and reminds me of summer.”

Misfits – Last Caress:

Carol via Twitter: “It was the anthem of our local rock club at the time. All the bands that played there ended their sets with it. Unforgettable memories.”

Avenged Sevenfold – Buried Alive:

David on Twitter: “I love the tempo change and the guitars are 100/10! She is exceptional!”

Babymetal – Oh! MAJINAI:

Jon via Twitter: “When a song begins like a sea shanty, how can you not love it?”

Bring Me The Horizon – Drawn:

toivo.ttavasti via Instagram: “I just remember this time when I was at their concert and I was shouting with all these people. I have never felt so good.”

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