19 Provocative Tracks

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Andain - Beautiful Things

I call a song provocative when it provokes you to think about or do something. The best ones even evoke some sort of emotion or memory, but those are rare and vary depending on the person. In this long overdue post, I outline some of my favourite provocative tracks. These usually get my juices flowing – be it for work or for play – I tend to do better after listening to these. Lame sounding, I know, but it’s true.

There’s a lot of genres here, and one of them is probably going to spike some of your interest… just take a peek inside.

Classical & Jazz

  1. Assassin’s Tango by John Powell from Mr. & Mrs. Smith
  2. Pruit Igoe by Phillip Glass from Koyaanisqatsi
  3. Whatever Lola Wants (Gotan Project remix) by Sarah Vaughan from Verve Remixed

Electronic & House

  1. 4AM (Adam K & Soha Remix) by Kaskade from Strobelite Seduction
  2. Moan (Trentemøller Remix Radio Edit) by Trentemøller from Moan
  3. Beautiful Things by Andain from Beautiful Things
  4. Light The Skies (Retrobyte’s Classic Electrobounce Mix) by Jaren/Matt Cerf/Shawn Mitiska from Light the Skies
  5. Days Go By by Dirty Vegas from Dirty Vegas

Rock & Alternative

  1. To Get Down by Timo Mass from To Get Down
  2. They by Jem from Finally Woken
  3. Brand New Day by Ryan Star from Lie to Me*
  4. Take a Bow by Muse from Black Holes and Revelations
  5. Breathe Me by Sia from Six Feet Under

Trance & Ambient

  1. Xtal by Aphex Twin from Selected Ambient Works 85-92
  2. Walking on Clouds by Tiësto from Just Be
  3. 1.618 by BT from This Binary Universe
  4. The Oh of Pleasure by Ray Lynch from Deep Breakfast
  5. No Turning Back by Gui Boratto from Take My Breath Away

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