Three Imaginary Boys: For the light, happy days. But Subway Song will give you nightmares. And Three Imaginary Boys will make you sob.
Seventeen Seconds: A good soundtrack to an ordinary day that begins at around 9 AM. When M comes on, sing along.
Faith: Lock yourself in an old church and cry.
Pornography: Build a fire, strip down naked, and watch your body begin to glisten with sweat. Then scream at the moon because the world is a terrible place and no one understands.
Japanese Whispers: DANCE AROUND THE ROOM WITH YOUR CAT.
The Top: Listen with an open (and chemically distorted) mind.
The Head on the Door: Best when you're feeling purposeful.
Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me: Spin around your room until you're dizzy, then make confetti and toss it everywhere. This way, you'll be grumbling discontentedly about having to clean up...just in time for Shiver and Shake, and Fight.
Disintegration: Go out in some form of precipitation when you're depressed, and scream and cry and moan. At the end, collapse into the snow/a puddle and give up.
Wish: Go to a fair, and enjoy yourself. Then feel old and lost when you see all the little kids being happy, unlike your sadsack self.
Wild Mood Swings: Self-explanatory. You must be moody and chemically altered to enjoy this album.
Bloodflowers: See "Wish"; go somewhere that makes you feel old and mortal.
The Cure: Watch one of the Republican debates on TV. Marvel at the stupidity and ignorance of your fellow humans.