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ASMR (Audio Sensory Orgasm Response). Music Induced Orgasms



Excluding jam bands, when is the last time you experienced an ASMR, or rather Auto-Sensory Meridian (aka Orgasm) Response, to a particular band's music? Name the song or the moment it occured.

My answer: I was driving to St. Louis the first time I listened to Rosetta Stoned by Tool. I was so blown away by the song that I set it on repeat and listened to the song for 3 straight hours, the entire time experiencing intense ASMR.


ASMR (Auto-Sensory Meridian Response)

Some alternative names for ASMR in these discussion groups included attention induced head orgasm, attention induced euphoria, and attention induced observant euphoria. Other phrases to describe the sensation refer to it as a "brain orgasm", "brain massage", "head tingle", "brain tingles", "head orgasm", "spine tingle", and "braingasm".


A man stated that he experiences ASMR and included a discussion of the phenomenon and what triggered it for him; the term "head orgasm" was used throughout this broadcast. A podcast in The McGill Daily mentions the high prevalence of ASMR videos on YouTube and features different people describing their personal experiences of the feeling. Both media discussions discussed whether ASMR is a sexual response and stated that those who experience the phenomenon argue that ASMR is not associated with sexual arousal but instead is described as calming or relaxing.



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CaptainPanic
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I thought this was going to be about how listening to DMB gives you an orgasm







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Are you serious? Is this supposed to be like The Brown Note or something? You hear a song and jizz all over yourself?

Not buying it.






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It's a real thing, and you sir have experienced it.

When was the last time?






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quote:

It's a real thing, and you sir have experienced it.


Has music given me chills? Check.
Has it made my hair stand on end? Check.
Has it made me blow a huge load in my pants? Er...not so much.






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quote:

It's a real thing, and you sir have experienced it.

When was the last time?



Ah, okay, it's not about blowing a load in your pants.

I get these all the fricking time. It's why I listen to music.

Last ASMR was when I heard the song Step by Vampire weekend, and then the next 20 or so times I heard it after putting it on repeat.






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I have a lot of these moments but I will start with one that gets me every single time.

Opeth - Blackwater Park around the 5:00 minute mark when the the calm soothing guitars fade away to an awesome riff and even better vocals. I lose it at "lepers coil neath the tree."

ETA: Went back and listened to the song again and 9:15 till the end blows my mind as well.


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I was getting ASMR's as a little kid. Whenever I heard the song "man in the mirror" being played on mtv, I would drop whatever I was doing and sprint to the tv from wherever I was in the house, turn the volume up as loud as I thought I could get away with, and just stand there next to the tv totally mesmerized until the song was over. I was 8.





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As I like to call them, eargasms.



quote:

Last ASMR was when I heard the song Step by Vampire weekend, and then the next 20 or so times I heard it after putting it on repeat.


Mmm, yes. VW is good for that. "Hannah Hunt", around 2:42...gets me every time.






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quote:

Rosetta Stoned by Tool









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As I like to call them, eargasms.


The best ones are when you remember exactly where you were and exactly what you were doing when you heard it.

I first "Sleepyhead" on a Palm Pixi commercial. I spent the next hour or so trying to find out the name of the song, and then the next week or so listening to it over and over and over. You only hear a very limited number of songs in your life that elicit a reaction of "what in the holy hell I am hearing right now?"....and sleepyhead was one of them.

Bombs Over Baghdad was another.






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I think this phenomenon is one of the main reasons people listen to music.





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The best ones are when you remember exactly where you were and exactly what you were doing when you heard it.


It's cheesy and I know it, but I remember exactly where I was and what I was doing the first time I heard Dream Theater. My mind melted.






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