‘”Defenders of the Universe, huh? Has a nice ring to it.”
► Arise (Part I) l A Voltron (Space Family) Fanmix
1. Particles of the Universe (Heartbeats) - Dan Romer & Benh Zeitlin | 2. Green Light - Green Light | 3. Zaris - Mooncake | 4. Splashdown - Adam Young | 5. Paperman - Christophe Beck | 6. First Step On The Surface - Adam Young | 7. Star Wars Piano Lullaby Pt. II - Kathryn Ziegner | 8. Holding Out for a Hero - Frou Frou
1. Radioactive vs. My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark - Imagine Dragons & Fall Out Bo | 2. Catharsis - Oscar H. Caballero | 3. Kings and Queens - 30 Seconds to Mars | 4. In the Air Tonight - Natalie Taylor | 5. Launch - Adam Young | 6. California Dreamin’ - Sia | 7. Re-Entry - Adam Young | 8. 静かな想い - 久石譲
1. Candlepower - Chris Zabriskie | 2. In My Dream Last Night - Jake Sidwell | 3. Get Up - Barcelona | 4. Lunar Landing - Adam Young | 5. Hallelujah - Imogen Heap | 6. Last Agni Kai - The Track Team | 7. Everybody Wants To Rule the World - Lorde | 8. Young Blood (Renholder Remix) - The Naked and Famous
Hey you guys so I’ve decided to start this Song Thread and it’s basically just any song that makes me feel angelic. Anyone can reblog and add a song and the idea is at the end of it to have a sort of playlist that reminds us of each other and makes us feel at home.
I tried to avoid stereotypes as much as possible (like
giving the SJ’s country songs…ugh).
ISTJ- 1979 (The Smashing Pumpkins) This song is dreamy
and nostalgic, but also ultimately realistic. ISTJ’s are traditional and cautious,
but also have strong imaginations that are influenced by their subjective view
of the past.
ISFJ- A Dustland Fairytale (The Killers) ISFJ’s are
traditional, yet also imaginative and often dreamers. This song is about the
traditional culture of America and fairytale love, but also shows how that
tradition can be channeled into imagination.
INTJ- Centuries (Fall Out Boy) This song is perfect for
the ambitious, idealistic INTJ, who often dwells in their complex dreams of the
future. More importantly, it also shows this type’s passion and emotion, not
just their ruthlessness.
INFJ- Landslide (Fleetwood Mac) This song is gentle,
introspective, and metaphorical, just like the INFJ. It explores the ideas of
time, personal strength, divinity, and identity, all within a single extended
metaphor of a snow-covered mountain.
INTP- Speed of Sound (Coldplay) This song questions the
nature of life and one’s place in the universe. INTP’s have similarly
inquisitive minds, and love to understand the logical patterns of the world
INFP- Marching Bands of Manhattan (Death Cab for Cutie)
The INFP is passionate, sincere, imaginative and original. This song uses unusual
ideas such as marching bands and leaking faucets to describe the vastness of a
strong personal love.
ISTP- Harlem (New Politics) ISTP’s are full of energy,
but also blunt and analytical. This song is very enthusiastic and youthful, but
still manages to capture the more direct aspect of the ISTP’s personality.
ISFP- Go Do (Jónsi) ISFP’s are impulsive, aesthetic
individualists, a spirit captured in this upbeat song. Its lyrics speak to
stepping outside your comfort zone, being proud of yourself and your identity,
and embracing the richness of life.
ESFP- Anna Sun (Walk the Moon) This song is perfect for
the energy, enthusiasm, and fun-loving tendencies of the ESFP. It focuses on
sensory imagery and tells a carefree summer story, themes often present in the
ESFP’s own life.
ESTP- Ready to Go (Panic! at the Disco) The ESTP is
upbeat, infectious, and often devil-may-care. The song describes a risk-taking,
ready-for-anything attitude, and also does justice to the ESTP’s curiosity and
ESFJ- Cecilia and the Satellite (Andrew McMahon) This is
a sweet song written for the singer’s daughter, describing his life’s
experiences and his love for her. It’s compassionate and imaginative, just like
ESTJ- Telegraph Road (Dire Straits) This song speaks to
memories of better times, as well as the hardworking ethic that prevailed in
them, similar to the efficient yet nostalgic ESTJ. This type can also be very
creative, shown in the song’s complexity.
ENFJ- Kings and Queens (30 Seconds to Mars) ENFJ’s are
passionate and compassionate, particularly about larger social causes. This
song is quite emotionally powerful, speaking to a visionary sense of
fulfillment that should resonate with the ENFJ.
ENTJ- Hall of Fame (The Script) ENTJ’s are dedicated,
hardworking, and ambitious, the exact qualities described in this song. It has
a never-give-up attitude that champions ‘everyday’ leaders, such as teachers
ENFP- Dirty Paws (Of Monsters and Men) ENFP’s are known
for their idiosyncratic imaginations, which fits in perfectly with this song
about rebellious dragonflies and talking trees. The song is also a bit like a
folk story, showing ENFP’s buried streak of traditionalism.
ENTP- Champagne Supernova (Oasis) This song is a quirky,
metaphorical ramble well-suited to the original mind of an ENTP. It delves into
questions of life, the universe, and everything, and doesn’t lend itself to
(Feedback appreciated, especially for the NTP songs! They’re the type I understand least)
i. heroes - zayde wolf // ii. young volcanoes - fall out boy // iii. kings and queens - 30 seconds to mars // iv. giants - x ambassadors // v. glow - ella henderson // vi. glorious - macklemore feat. skylar grey // vii. legendary - welshly arms // viii. team (jgramm beats remix) - lorde // ix. unstoppable - the score // x. the kids from yesterday - my chemical romance
To listen to when you’re in the mood to write about stars and far off planets where robots walk the earth.
Radioactive (Music Box Version) - Imagine Dragons // Headlock - Imogen Heap // The Call - Regina Spektor // City of Angels - 30 Seconds to Mars // Trouble is a Friend - Lenka // Castle of Glass - Linkin Park // Kings and Queens - 30 Seconds to Mars // Roar - Katy Perry // Chasing Cars - Snow Patrol // Stand in the Rain - Superchick // You Are My Hope - Bravely Default Soundtrack // Transformers Animate Japanese Opening theme - Transformers Animated // Transformation - Brother Bear // Wake Me Up - Avicii Ft. Aloe Blacc // Pompeii - Bastille // Conquistador - 30 Seconds to Mars // Clarity - Zedd // Live Like a Warrior - Matisyahu // Lights - Ellie Goulding // Immortals - Fall Out Boy // Burn - Ellie Goulding // A Thousand Years - Christina Perri // Great Spirits - Phil Collins // Homecoming - Thomas Bergerson
Exorcist – Hiroyuki Sawano // The Musician’s Score – Sanae Kobayashi // The Ballad of Mona Lisa – Panic! at the Disco // Key Entity Extraction V– Coheed & Cambria
// aLIEz (English) – Amalee
// Kings and Queens – 30 Seconds to Mars
// Battle Scars – Guy Sebastian
// Dark Side of Me – Coheed & Cambria // King – Lauren Aquilina // Me & Creed – Hiroyuki Sawano / Kobayashi Mika //Rabbit Heart– Florence and the Machine // Dead Hearts – Stars
// Clocks– Coldplay
1.A song you like with a color in the title.
Red Light Pledge-Silverstein
11.A song you never get tired of.
Kings And Queens-30 Seconds to Mars
21.Favorite song with a person’s name in the title.
A playlist for the Maximoff twins, Wanda and Pietro, who like Glory and Gore, go hand in hand.
Tracks: Counting Stars - Onerepublic // We Are The Kids - Walk The Moon // Renegades - X Ambassadors // The Mother We Share - Chvrches // Full Moon - The Black Ghosts // Immortals - Fall Out Boy // Kings and Queens - 30 Seconds to Mars // Glory and Gore - Lorde // Gold - Imagine Dragons // The Kids Aren’t Alright - Fall Out Boy // Who We Are - Imagine Dragons // Into The Darkness - The Phantoms // Yellow Flicker Beat - Lorde // Daniel in the Den - Bastille