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that's it for today. Lots of long & epic songs, that could/should have been higher perhaps.

Also i added The Cure - Plainsong on 56 (was initially a Grimes duplicate)
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71. yeule - An Angel Held Me Like a Child

Genre: Synthpop, Chillwave, Electropop
Sub-genres: Ambient Pop, Art Pop, Dream Pop, Ambient House
Country: Singapore
Descriptors: atmospheric, ethereal, female vocals, lonely, melancholic, soft, love, depressive, futuristic, alienation, lush, nocturnal, dense, science fiction

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72. fka twigs - Thousand Eyes

Genre: Ambient Pop, Art Pop, Glitch Pop
Sub-genres: Choral, Progressive Pop, Deconstructed Club, Post-Industrial
Country: United Kingdom
Descriptors: introspective, female vocals, longing, progressive, melancholic, ethereal, atmospheric, lonely, breakup, love, abstract, sentimental, passionate, sensual, futuristic, lush, melodic, surreal, bittersweet, concept album, psychedelic

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73. The Velvet Underground & Nico - Heroin

Genre: Experimental Rock, Art Rock
Sub-genres: Noise Rock, Drone, Psychedelic Rock, Garage Rock, Proto-Punk
Country: United States
Descriptors: drugs, sexual, raw, noisy, urban, nihilistic, avant-garde, eclectic, male vocals, female vocals, rebellious, hedonistic, dissonant, deadpan, apathetic, alienation, lo-fi, dark, psychedelic, introspective

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74. Kelly Lee Owens - Re-Wild

Genre: Alternative R&B, Art Pop
Sub-genres: UK Bass, Downtempo, Ambient Pop
Country: United Kingdom
Descriptors: female vocals, futuristic, atmospheric, ethereal, minimalistic, nocturnal, rhythmic, repetitive, calm, soothing, soft, warm, longing, rain, spiritual, cryptic

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Lakigigar wrote: January 11th, 2021, 12:50 am 67. The War On Drugs - Thinking Of A Place

Genre: Heartland Rock
Sub-genres: Americana, Neo-Psychedelia, Dream Pop
Country: United States
Descriptors: uplifting, male vocals, lush, introspective, melodic, passionate, longing, bittersweet, mellow, love, warm, optimistic, Wall of Sound, repetitive, lonely

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Lakigigar wrote: January 11th, 2021, 12:50 am 67. The War On Drugs - Thinking Of A Place
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75. Linda Perhacs - Paralellograms

Genre: Psychedelic Folk, Singer/Songwriter, Progressive Folk
Sub-genres: Avant-Folk, Ambient, Sound Collage
Country: United States
Descriptors: psychedelic, soothing, mellow, nature, peaceful, female vocals, melancholic, mysterious, pastoral, ethereal, acoustic, introspective, meditative, bittersweet, soft, hypnotic, atmospheric, longing, calm, love, surreal



So ahead of her time, mega psychedelic and hypnotic, eerie and intruiging. It's a song i associate with having a nightmare.

I discovered this a few years ago, some of YouTube weird recommendations, despite not having listened ever to folk or 70's music at the time, and re-discovered it. I'll check her album out.
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