The entire Single Video Theory DVD is excellent. It's the only music DVD like that which I own, and I've watched it dozens of times.
I could find many more like "Last Exit." I love this song because it rocks hard. However, it reveals most literally Pearl Jams fascination/obsession with death. This can be seen mostly in Vitalogy, but is present in almost all their other albums also; once you are looking for it a ton of their songs stand out as having death as one of, or the, main themes. Riot Act cover art had the skeletons on it for example. I am surprised Pearl Jam does not come up in INFP/type 4 discussions because of this more often...
INFPs will thrive off of this song. It is one of my most favorite songs. It inspires me, it guides me..I listen to it to in tough with my inner feelings and emotions. It's such a deep song, yet so simple.
This song is called "Sunrise" and is a piano song by Doug Hammer.
I highly reccomend you to listen to it, it is one of my most favorite songs and always sends shivers down my spine and really mystifies my inner emotions,
Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?
I find it hard to narrow down if most music is INFP or some other type of NF representation, but here are some songs (most don't have an actual video to go with them) from a band that I feel a strong connection to when I listen and feel are a good representation of either INFP or ENFP.
So come with us on a journey to irrationality
dreams and history adventure of your life
let yourself go
take a step into our world of melodies
thats where hope means everything
YouTube - Who You Are
You're never gonna feel
You're never gonna heal
You're never gonna know what's fake or real
'Til you know who you are
YouTube - Fables of Dreams Lunatica
Hope for the hopeless and light for the blind
If we let this message reach our minds
It may enrich us or pull us down so far
And life can be more than black and white
YouTube - The Edge of Infinity
To the edge of infinity, an invisible reality
Where the power of thoughts sets me free
On the journey to wonderland
I will hold the key in my own hands
If dreams can come true let us dream
I have not been back here in some time due to my laptop being stolen, but how nice to see people responding with music. I like that Greg Laswell and that "Sunrise" song is nice too. Funny thing, however, I have never been able to appreciate Radio Head. I have been told on several occasions that I would love the their music, but nope. Here's a Joni Mitchel I like: YouTube - Joni Mitchell's Twisted with Jiving Desert Ants
And I suppose not so original but "Althea," this version in particular, just sucks me in.