Songs that spooked you (or still do)...

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Post by trainwreck2 »

its not the same...theyll either screw with the last track and have a few minutes of silence or theyll have a bunch of silent tracks or in a few cases you get the hidden track at the beginning but it wont play normally, still not the same as the surpirise track...
grounded5am wrote:train you can still do that with a cd. i know i have some cds that have bonus tracks at the end and you don't know it. so you're sitting there listening and out of nowhere comes this song. even worse when you're sleeping. i hear ya.
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Post by grounded5am »

true i guess. i lwways thought the suprise track and the hidden track where one and the same but i guess not.
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Post by blackshoestring »

dieblucasdie wrote:bss, you have no idea how that teletubbies baby/sun freaky-thing haunts my nightmares.
Have you ever seen the Flaming Lips live? You might have to leave during "Spoonful".
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Post by grounded5am »

the whole live show that the flaming lips does is scary in of itself. good but definitely scary. and freaky.
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Post by Ad »

Forgive me if someone has already mentioned this, but Serge Gainsbourg's late 60s and 70s stuff is SO FUCKING CREEPY.

"Je Taime...Mon Nom Plus" and the entire Melody Nelson lp come to mind right away.
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Post by Mixmaster Shecky »

It's been overplayed so much it's lost a lot of it's impact, but a lot of early Talking Heads was pretty spooky. I remember the first time I heard 'Pyscho Killer' - it was very creepy, the idea of this pyscho muttering to himself in French.
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