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Last Post 13 Dec 2007 10:43 AM by Mudbug. 5 Replies.
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11 Sep 2007 03:36 AM
    Feeling a bit stressed out at the minute and just wondering does anyone have any recommendations on good chill out / destress albums????
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    11 Sep 2007 03:48 AM
    I recommend Discreet Music by Brian Eno-a very sweet, soothing, almost ineffably gentle record. The great sci-fi writer Philip K. Dick was so taken with it that, in one of his later books, he named a character after Eno.
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    11 Sep 2007 04:08 AM
    Feist - "The Reminder" is quite pleasant, but holds your interest too.

    Then again, I'm not sure "chilled out" music actually works to de-stress people. If you're stressed, you probably build lot of pent up angst too so you need to burn that off sometimes. Chill out music is often too background to grab your attention and forget out about your worries. Something light and fun can work wonders, like The Pipettes album or this:



    It's silly, but it'll make you smile

    What de-stresses people depends very much on the individual. Bpitch Control style techno tends to do it for me, even though it has relatively high BPM. (double click on the tracks in the player below, doesn't work in all browsers)

    free music
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    06 Nov 2007 05:16 AM
    Ambient 1: Music for Airports by Brian Eno
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    07 Nov 2007 03:42 AM
    put on the latest stars of the lid album...
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    13 Dec 2007 10:43 AM
    I would agree with Feist, great album. Also try anything by Air.
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