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16th Sep '16 7:50:58 PM SteveMB
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** Also in "Jurassic Park" and "Cavity Search".

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** Also in "Jurassic Park" and Park", "Cavity Search".Search", and "Nature Trail to Hell".
16th Sep '16 2:22:07 PM Metallix
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* Shane [=MacGowan=] of Music/ThePogues often inserts shrieks into the more everywhere songs of the band.

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* Shane [=MacGowan=] of Music/ThePogues often inserts shrieks into the more everywhere energetic songs of the band.
3rd Sep '16 7:37:13 AM IzzyMaleficent
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* Music/DiamandaGalas uses this to good effect.
18th Aug '16 8:10:14 PM cheddarface
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* Geddy Lee of Rush did this on occasion in their '70s work. "YEAH! OOOHHHH YEAAAH" From "Finding my Way," "wonders in the world they WROOOOOUUUUUUUUUUGGGHHT!" from "Anthem," and, perhaps most significantly, "every nerve is ... TOOORN APAAAAAAAAART" from Cygnus X-1, to name a few.
14th Aug '16 1:59:40 PM nombretomado
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* DrSteel's discography offers the listener a variety of singing styles, from buttery operatic baritone to steampunk-styled rapping. In his song "Lament for a Toy Factory" he lets out some savage, inarticulate metal screaming as the narrator burns down[=/=]blows up the toy factory who fired him.

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* DrSteel's Music/DoctorSteel's discography offers the listener a variety of singing styles, from buttery operatic baritone to steampunk-styled rapping. In his song "Lament for a Toy Factory" he lets out some savage, inarticulate metal screaming as the narrator burns down[=/=]blows up the toy factory who fired him.
2nd Aug '16 10:40:21 AM Metallix
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* Shane MacGowan of Music/ThePogues often inserts shrieks into the more everywhere songs of the band.

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* Shane MacGowan [=MacGowan=] of Music/ThePogues often inserts shrieks into the more everywhere songs of the band.
2nd Aug '16 10:16:00 AM Metallix
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* Shane MacGowan of Music/ThePogues often inserts shrieks into the more everywhere songs of the band.
15th Jul '16 10:29:50 AM alliedcola
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* "Witch Hunt" is probably one of the most [[KillItWithFire terrifying]] [[NightmareFuel examples]] on this page.

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* ** "Witch Hunt" is probably one of the most [[KillItWithFire terrifying]] [[NightmareFuel examples]] on this page.
15th Jul '16 10:29:21 AM alliedcola
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* Music/JackOffJill have based a whole career around this trope. Not helped by the fact that Jessicka sounds like a six-year-old child at times, which makes it even more disturbing when she suddenly breaks into screams.
** ''Angels Fuck Devils Kiss'' made it into '''Touch Me, I'm Sick: the 52 creepiest love songs you've ever heard''' by Tom Reynolds specifically for this reason.
** Scarling., her second band, have "Black Horse Riding Star", where you may find the most powerful "fuck you" that her angelical voice can muster. Its so powerful that you don't even see it coming that it may scare those who heard it first, and you may end up screaming it along her.

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* Music/JackOffJill have based a their whole career around this trope. Not helped by the fact that Jessicka sounds like a six-year-old child at times, which makes it even more disturbing when she suddenly breaks into screams.
starts screaming at the top of her lungs.
** ''Angels "Angels Fuck Devils Kiss'' Kiss" made it into '''Touch Me, I'm Sick: the 52 creepiest love songs you've ever heard''' by Tom Reynolds specifically for this reason.
* "Witch Hunt" is probably one of the most [[KillItWithFire terrifying]] [[NightmareFuel examples]] on this page.
** Scarling., her second band, have "Black Horse Riding Star", where you may find the most powerful "fuck you" that her angelical voice can muster. Its It's so powerful that you don't even [[JumpScare see it coming that it may scare those who heard it first, coming]], and you may end up screaming it along with her.
9th Jul '16 5:26:57 PM CassandraLeo
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* Music/{{Death}}, being TropeMaker and co-TropeNamer for DeathMetal, naturally exhibited some of this trope throughout their career, but the most extreme example no doubt has to be ''The Sound of Perseverance'', which contains some utterly inhuman screams throughout the recording that have to be heard to be believed.

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* Music/{{Death}}, being TropeMaker and co-TropeNamer for DeathMetal, naturally exhibited some of this trope throughout their career, but the most extreme example no doubt has to be ''The Sound of Perseverance'', which contains some utterly inhuman screams throughout the recording that have to be heard to be believed. The album closes off with a cover of Music/JudasPriest's "Painkiller" in which Chuck Schuldiner managed to deliver some screams that are arguably ''even more intense than Rob Halford's on the original''. Before the song was released, no one thought that was even possible.
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