It mentions his suicide attempt; a particular source of Fridge Horror is the fact that he still can't explain why he attempted it, but the implication is that his experiments with the device severely affected his mental state to the point where he lost control of himself. The follow-up, Deconstructionistis ambient music explicitly designed to bring the listener into an altered state of consciousness. It comes with a disclaimer that people with severe mental illnesses probably should not listen to it, probably for obvious reasons.
A lot of this is due to the album's almost constant use of binaural beats, which have been known to cause seizures. The overall effect of the album seems to be quite relaxing for most people, but some people have been quite terrified by it. The Deadfly Ensemble: "Horse on the Moor" is definitely this. It begins with the narration of how the "Wife" character rose from her grave, desperate for her husband and declaring that she loves him still.
The song itself is about the husband cramming her wife's tomb with several things she enjoyed such as a horse's head because "his love liked to ride", or one of the maids to "help her under there".
How does it get worse? Easy - the wife doesn't rise back from the dead at all, she was buried alive as revealed in the final verse. Death In June: They nearly exclusively sing about death and cults and Nazis and the Holocaust and are Nightmare Fuel when they're not just depressing.
They did a cover of songs by Jim Jones. Yes, that Jim Jones. Brian Dewan: He wrote a song from the point of view of someone undergoing brain surgery.
The idea behind the song is people tend to be awake during brain surgery and poking different parts of the brain causes different thoughts and emotions. The song starts out almost funny, with renditions of Happy Birthday and Yankee Doodle mixed in with random thoughts. Then he starts crowing like a rooster and crying "I want my oxygen mask! His version is scarybut other artists, such as Joan Osborne, have also covered it to spooky success.
A both incredibly sad and incredibly disturbing tale of a poor farmer driven to desperate measures. Especially when he screams. Nurse With Wound: Anything by them is deeply disturbing on a primal level, whether you understand why or not. Sol Invictus: They have a variety of incredibly disturbing songs, be they about cannibals or ghosts.
Vienna Teng : "Radio" deserves particular mention for its liberal use of Adult Fear terrorist attacksbut "Passage", "Pontchartrain", and "Watershed" deserve mention as well. The song "The Dark Man" by Puzzlebox, about the vaguely described and unexplained entity.
The creepy music and unsettling lyrics combine to make a song that can be very unnerving to hear. Heather Dale While the lyrics of "Changeling Child" come across more as mournful than as creepy, the melody behind it is Ha (Full Rub Mix) - London Sound - Ha (Vinyl) haunting.
It's especially noticeable at the beginning, before the song has properly started. There's nothing but eerie woodwinds. The narrator warns the listener not to come to places where faeries might dance after nightfall and advises them to ward off any that come visiting with Cold Iron.
In contrast to the common perception of them, this song clearly portrays the uneasiness with which people once regarded The Fair Folk. However, "Now is the Time" stands out due to these two parts in particular The bullet in the blood, Came from those you love, The bullet in the blood ''Came from those you trust'. So this is how it feels to die". Yeah, it's just a shame that they eat their own babies. Sweating this blackness, I'm shitting this cold death.
The smell of a dead woman's flesh drives me fucking wild. I'll penetrate you, every virgin needs a rape. Who's there? No one there. On with the action now, I'll strip your pride I'll spread your blood around, I'll see you ride Your face is scarred with steel, wounds deep and neat Like a double dozen before you, smells so sweet.
Screaming bunnies, bleeding bloody bunnies, smeared across the ground". I don't want anybody to touch me, i think that everybody has AIDS. What's the point in caring for you? You're gonna die anyway.
Three Penny Opera. Mob hitman or serial killer? You decide. The song by the Submarines is pretty freaky, especially the very beginning 'Something's wrong when you re-gret things that haven't happened yet Her rotting bone Her decay I ran and I ran, I'm still running away The whole song is Ha (Full Rub Mix) - London Sound - Ha (Vinyl) somber as it is, but the instrumental part in the middle that has a female voice whispering "Be quiet, big boys don't cry.
Laurie Anderson : She has some music that can qualify, much of it on her live album Home of the Brave. Most notably nightmarish are "Late Show", based on an unsettling sample of William S. Burroughs ' voice, as well as the album's rendition of "Sharkey's Night.
With or without the music video. But if you listen listen to the lyrics In the background of "Harvester of Eyes" during the solo you can hear some stuttering, but it's really hard to make out what it says: I'm the harvester of eyes. The singer delivers the lyrics in a deadpan, dissonant manner, and the music video itself was filmed in a dimly lit room with the band playing, coupled with unsettling shots of an apartment building with clips of the Lead Singer just staring straight into the camera, soullessly.
At The Drive-In: Their songs are cryptic and not easily understood, but some qualify regardless of whether one understands the lyrics or not. Big Black : Every single song by them. Crass : "Nagasaki Nightmare" stands out.
With its screamed lyrics and Madness Mantras about the atomic bombings in Japan and a freakish instrumental that can only be described as a mixture between Noise RockFree Jazz and Japanese folk.
The Dead Kennedys gave us some rather chilling songs. On their album Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables : " Holiday in Cambodia " starts out with a bizarre, eerie guitar riff, then segues into a dark, raging song with Jello Biafra singing in a wild, unhinged voice about the brutal and all-too-real horror of Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge. And then begins the Madness Mantra of " Pol Pot!
Towards the end of the song we get to hear the lovely sounds of rich people gagging and choking to death while screaming in terror. Perhaps their darkest song is "The Prey," sung from the viewpoint of an Ax-Crazy stalker. Musically, it abandons their usual punk style in favor of one of the most bone chilling instrumentals in rock music. Eventually the band has to fight off the zombies with anything at hand - guitars, beer cans, crossbows - before a mass of zombies drag the lead singer down and then graphically eat his intestines.
The Fall 's "Disney's Dream Debased": Musically it's one of their more sedate songs, but it becomes haunting when you learn it's about a gruesome fatal accident that occurred on the Matterhorn at Disneyland And two members of the band, Mark E. Smith and Brix Smith, had just been on the ride themselves ten minutes earlier. The Leather Nun: The Slow Death EP contains the heartwarming song "Slow Death", which intones over and over "90 percent burns, 55 hours to live" with some really horrific noise droning behind it.
Considering that the live version of the song guest stars Genesis P-Orridge of "Hamburger Lady" fame and Monte Cazazza, its inclusion here fits perfectly. Liars: "Broken Witch". The most bone-scrapingly unnerving song since "Revolution 9. It starts fairly disturbing, as all Liars songs do, but then it locks into a pattern, and all sounds fade out but this creepy riff and a steady, never changing drum beat.
And it goes on. And on, and on, and on. You start to get annoyed. Then you filter it out and ignore it. Then you think you hear something that wasn't there before. For almost thirty minutes. The 30 minute version from the CD is just to give you a taste of the true horror the vinyl release, which ends in a locked groove, meaning it will continue to play forever, slowly erasing itself from existence.
Or, you know, until you remember to turn it off. The Offspring : "Hammerhead. Sleep tight, kids! Orchid: An extreme punk -ish band from circaplayed music that literally sounds like nightmares. Take a listen. Pere Ubu : "Sentimental Journey". Most of The Modern Dance is creepy, thanks to the mix of distorted punk, but this song in particular takes the cake.
It's just a squeaky old synthesizer and plucked bassline, overdubbed with shattering glass, audio feedback, metallic banging and scraping, and David Thomas muttering and moaning some of the strangest lyrics ever. Listen at night, and you'll become convinced there's a drunken vandal outisde your door. The Ramones : "Teenage Lobotomy". First, there's the whole lobotomy thing, which may or may not have been caused by exposure to massive amounts of the pesticide DDT, or may have been used to control symptoms of the DDT poisoning.
Then there's the implications that he's trapped in his own mind and that there's something frightening in there with him. Sweet dreams Alias: "Slow Motion People". That distorted old song at the start is only the tip of the iceberg. To feel agaaaain that thing called paaaaain". A disturbing track about how at 7 years old, she was raped, repeatably. Cage: "Ballad of Worms". The story of the gradual decline of his high school sweetheart due to terminal illness and the grief it causes him in the process.
It's a constant contrast between the obvious love he still has for her and the ways her suffering compromises any joy that's worth. The final gut punch comes when her very last act is to try and kiss him.
She fails. He's stuck in a stack of horrific scenarios, waking up from each one, increasingly unable to be sure if he's awake or asleep to the point where he'd sooner kill himself than not know for sure. David Banner : "Play" might have an instrumental that's purely awesome, but his lyrics make the rapper look like a fucking serial rapist whispering all of the lyrics, no less.
Listen to the track, and you'll see how such depravity can be so terrifying. And every other song has references to these kinds of horrors.
And this is a 19 track album. That lasts close to an hour. The camshaft timing gear assembly contained advance and retard oil passages, as well as a detent oil passage to make intermediate locking possible. Furthermore, a thin cam timing oil control valve assembly was installed on the front surface side of the timing chain cover to make the variable valve timing mechanism more compact.
Ha (Full Rub Mix) - London Sound - Ha (Vinyl) cam timing oil control valve assembly operated according to signals from the ECM, controlling the position of the spool valve and supplying engine oil to the advance hydraulic chamber or retard hydraulic chamber of the camshaft timing gear assembly. To alter cam timing, the spool valve would be activated by the cam timing oil control valve assembly via a signal from the ECM and move to either the right to advance timing or the left to retard timing.
Pressed by hydraulic pressure from the oil pump, the detent oil passage would become blocked so that it did not operate. When the engine was stopped, the spool valve was put into an intermediate locking position on the intake side by spring power, and maximum advance state on the exhaust side, to prepare for the next activation.
Folk punkfolk rock. Popsmooth soul. InterscopeCherrytree. Kill the Lights. Capitol Nashville. Another One. KonichiwaCherrytreeInterscope. Alternativepoprock.
Music from Love and Mercy. Ambientmashup. Grand HustleAtlanticRebel Rock. Bullet for My Valentine. Metalcorethrash metal.
Everybody's Coming Down. Cry Baby. Life's Not out to Get You. Thrash metalgroove metal. Burning Bridges. Take It Like a Man. The Essential David Campbell. Heavy metalalternative metal. Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied. Heavy metaldoom metalprogressive rock. Imperial State Electric. Right Here Right Now.
Wild Ones. Country popcountry rockheartland rock. MCA Nashville. The Awakening. Alternative metalChristian metalnu metal. Hard rockrock. Stoner rockhard rock. Sony Music Japan. Alternative rockindietronicasynth-pop. The Brimstone Sluggers. MergeDead Oceans. Electropopsynth-pop. AstralwerksCapitol. Damaged Goods. Indie rocksynth-pop. Dew ProcessUniversal Music Australia.
Indie rockfolk rock. WonderlickSony Music AustraliaNettwerk. Punk rockrock. Beauty Behind the Madness. Stuff Like That There. Experimentalpsychedelic. Alternative rockpop rock. Garage rocksoulrhythm and blues. Act IV: Rebirth in Reprise. Progressive rockindie rock. Five Finger Death Punch. Hard rockgroove metal. Can't Fly Without Gravity. Indie popelectropopalternative. IslandRepublicCaroline. What the World Needs Now Love, Fear and the Time Machine. Grand HustleEpic.
Electropopdream pop. Indie folkBalkan folk. So There. Alternative rockelectronic rockpop rock. The Calm Before the Storm. SparrowCapitol Ha (Full Rub Mix) - London Sound - Ha (Vinyl). New wavepop Ha (Full Rub Mix) - London Sound - Ha (Vinyl)pop. The Hollywood Vampires. Hollywood Vampires.
RepublicUniversal Music. Thirty One. Dryden Street, Universal Australia. Picking Up the Pieces. Kylie and Garibay. ParlophoneWarner Bros. IslandDef Jam. Anthems for Doomed Youth. Garage rock revivalindie rock. Electronic rockdubstepdrum and bass. Keep the Village Alive. King Inc. Experimental rockmath rockinstrumental rock.
The Black Dahlia Murder. To Those Left Behind. Rodriguez Lopez Productions, Ipecac. Horror punkpunk rock. Back on Top. RockRock and rollblues. The State I'm In. Baroque popdream poptrip hop. PolydorInterscope. Alternative rockneo-psychedelia. Indie rocknew wave. Motion City Soundtrack.
Pop punkalternative rockindie rock. Uglier Than They Used ta Be. Rockhard rockheavy metal. What a Time to Be Alive. Cash MoneyEpicFreebandz. Big Grams Big Boi and Phantogram. Alternative rockgarage rockhard rock. Liaisons: Re-Imagining Sondheim from the Piano. HouseUK garage. RGF Productions,Atlantic. Space Rise of the Chaos Wizards. Hard rockpsychedelic rockfolk rock. Have You in My Wilderness. Baroque popdream pop.
Danceprogressive housedeep house. B'lieve I'm Goin Down Chaotic Neutral. So the Flies Don't Come. Dance-rockelectropop.
Synth-popnew wave. Alternative rockshoegazing. Tangled Up. Electronicatrip hop. Popoperatic pop. Indie rockemopost-rock. Savage Hills Ballroom. No One Ever Tells You.
Easy listeningtraditional popvocal jazz. RepublicFuzzy Door Productions. Houseelectronic dance. All Across This Land. VagrantLojinx. Blues rockstoner rock. The Perfect Crime. See What You Started by Continuing. Alternative rockpost-grunge. Blackgazepost-metal. Post-punk revivaldark wavesynth-pop. Alternative metalgothic metalhard rock. Drum and basssoul. AsylumAtlanticBlack Butter. Future Nostalgia. Rockboogie rockSouthern rock. Do It for Love. Trip hoptrancedance. Blood MoneyeOne Music. Grey Tickles, Black Pressure.
Sony MusicColumbia. Emopop punk. Post-punkindie rock. What Dreams Are Made Of. Reggae fusionhip hop. InterscopePolydor. Show Dog-Universal. Indie popalternative rocksynth-pop.
Robot Face. The Color Before the Sun. Dream popexperimental rock. HollywoodIslandSafehouse. West Coast hip hopgangsta rap. Electronica 1: The Time Machine. Vega Intl. Night School. Electronicdisconeo-psychedelia. Nothing But Thieves. Nothing but Thieves.
Tropical housereggae. UltraColumbia. Sounds Good Feels Good. Pop rockpop punk. Hi or HeyCapitol. Arista Nashville First Comes the Night. Adore: Christmas Songs of Worship. WorshipCCM. Alternative rockblues rockacoustic music. Avant-gardebaroque pop. Another Country. Classical crossovertangobolero.
SycoSony MusicColumbia. Jazzsoulneo soul. Big room housetrap. It's Great to Be Alive! Alternative rockpost-industrial. Hip hopmotswakohouse. Family TreeUniversal South Africa. Countryrockblues. Ultimate Collection. Blues rockAfro-Cuban. Vulnicura Strings. One Little Indian. Soulneo soul. Synth-popdance. Extreme Noise Terror. Synth-popdanceart pop. A Thousand Lifetimes. DeccaUniversal Australia. The Universe Smiles upon You. Gothic metalgothic rock.
SycoColumbia. Electronicasynth-pop. What's Inside: Songs from Waitress. Pop rocksoul. Def Jam Ha (Full Rub Mix) - London Sound - Ha (Vinyl), UMG. Poppop rock. SycoRCA. A Live Worship Experience. WorshipCCMChristian rock. Beach StreetReunion. Alone in the Universe. When the Morning Comes. Warner Australia. Folk rockpsychedelic folkpsychedelic pop. HeavenlyATOFlightless. Montage of Heck: The Home Recordings. Grungefield recordings. Christmastraditional pop. The Incredible True Story.
Def JamVisionary. Rockpop rock. ColumbiaSyco. Electronicexperimental. Death-doomfuneral doom. XLColumbia. Toujours un ailleurs. Carol: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.
New-ageCeltic. Warner MusicReprise. Shadow of a Doubt. Dance-poppop. Strangeulation Vol. All American. Poppop rockpop punk. White Light. MercuryVirgin EMI.
Chungking - The Hungry Years (CD, Album), Orientations, Gimme Shelter, Svaki Dan - Branka* - Online (CD, Album), Harbour Lights, Discotraxx - Ladytron - 604 (Vinyl, LP), Rhymes & Reasons - John Denver - John Denvers Greatest Hits (Cassette), Peter Visti - Balearic Love EP (File), You Aint Gonna Squeeze My Lemon, If I Can Hold Your Pear -, To Co W Sobie Kryję - Bakier - Na Bakier EP (CDr), The Valor-E-Stomp - I Have Ears - Sarcastic Majestic (CD, Album), Jesusita En Chihuahua - Mariachi Mexico - Mariachi Mexico (Vinyl, LP, Album), Ne Me Quitte Pas - Nina Simone - Dont Let Me Be Misunderstood (Vinyl, LP), Heaven Must Have Sent You - Various - Out Of Sight - More Sounds From The In Crowd (CD), Chromatic Fantasia And Fugue (BWV 903) - Gary Cooper (2) - Harpsichord Recital (CD, Album)