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7th Feb '16 7:41:39 PM nombretomado
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* "Jeremy" by Music/PearlJam from ''Music/TenAlbum'' takes a twist after the final chorus, with a series of slow, agonizing(and depressing) vocal phrases, made even scarier by the "spoke in, spoke in" background vocals, ending with an abrupt scream, after which the song winds down with a tired "uh huh" vocal section, finally fading to melancholy acoustic guitar. This is supposed to symbolize Jeremy's descent to insanity and death.
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* "Jeremy" by Music/PearlJam from ''Music/TenAlbum'' ''{{Music/Ten}}'' takes a twist after the final chorus, with a series of slow, agonizing(and depressing) vocal phrases, made even scarier by the "spoke in, spoke in" background vocals, ending with an abrupt scream, after which the song winds down with a tired "uh huh" vocal section, finally fading to melancholy acoustic guitar. This is supposed to symbolize Jeremy's descent to insanity and death.
6th Feb '16 12:42:01 AM DimaLeon2000
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* Thy Slaughter's [[https://soundcloud.com/pcmus/bronze "Bronze"]], released on the ever-weird PC Music label. The song itself follows PC's trademark quirky bubblegum pop style, but abruptly finishes with a startling, distorted vocoder voice saying '''"THY SLAUGHTERRRRRR"'''.
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* Thy Slaughter's [[https://soundcloud.com/pcmus/bronze "Bronze"]], released on the ever-weird PC Music label. The song itself follows PC's trademark quirky bubblegum pop style, but abruptly finishes with a startling, distorted vocoder vocoded voice saying '''"THY SLAUGHTERRRRRR"'''.'''[[SingerNameDrop "I'M... THY SLAUGHTERRRRRR"]]'''.
4th Feb '16 7:14:10 PM Hossmeister
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* "Jeremy" by Music/PearlJam from ''Music/{{Ten}}'' takes a twist after the final chorus, with a series of slow, agonizing(and depressing) vocal phrases, made even scarier by the "spoke in, spoke in" background vocals, ending with an abrupt scream, after which the song winds down with a tired "uh huh" vocal section, finally fading to melancholy acoustic guitar. This is supposed to symbolize Jeremy's descent to insanity and death.
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* "Jeremy" by Music/PearlJam from ''Music/{{Ten}}'' ''Music/TenAlbum'' takes a twist after the final chorus, with a series of slow, agonizing(and depressing) vocal phrases, made even scarier by the "spoke in, spoke in" background vocals, ending with an abrupt scream, after which the song winds down with a tired "uh huh" vocal section, finally fading to melancholy acoustic guitar. This is supposed to symbolize Jeremy's descent to insanity and death.
1st Feb '16 10:47:19 AM kyojikasshu
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* ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan'': the track [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHIom2DNVI "Kirk's Explosive Reply"]] from the soundtrack album. It's somewhat averted in the film itself, as the music fades out by about 3:30 of that track, as the film cuts from the bridge of the ''Enterprise'' to an exterior shot showing the ship's damage. However, on the album track, we're [[OrchestralBombing bombed]] at 3:32 with a four-note ScareChord that repeats once, before fading out on a final note.
30th Jan '16 12:22:19 AM SwimToTheMoon
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** "Octavarium's final 20 seconds are an unsettling reprise of the first 20 seconds of its eponymous album's opening track, with a deep, low F piano cord, a pulsing synth note and what sounds like someone shuffling through a book. *** An early, very rare and hard to find version originally ended with a reprise of the flute melody that happens 5 minutes or so into the song, except without the acoustic guitar that accompanies it, and fading out halfway through the melody, very quickly to complete silence, leaving a NothingIsScarier feel.
26th Jan '16 7:25:12 AM stuffedninja
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*** The original song has a last note nightmare of its won, ending with a disturbing piano crash that is very out of place in a high-energy techno track.
22nd Jan '16 8:43:48 PM jormis29
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* In the secret "Revenge" ending of ''SilentHill3'', the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWl13Gk-5o8 "Silent Hill Song"]] ends with the singers being shot to death with a machine gun. It's actually kind of funny, because of how ludicrous and over-the-top that whole ending was. * ''SilentHill2'': The end of the track [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLhtDJnPKBs ''Null Moon'']] fades down to the chime chords, then the instrument shifts to an ominous tone in the last couple of phrases. * Much of the music in ''Endgame: Singularity'' sounds like this; it starts out one place and goes somewhere else entirely. This holds particularly true for the music that plays when you win, which starts out something like the twilight zone theme and somehow manages to get ''more'' chilling. * ''{{Spelunky}}'' has the moderately cheerful background music trick you into thinking it's just an endless loop like the title and boss music. Then, at the 2 minute mark, the music plays backwards for a second or two and then proceeds to play normally again, except that it's much lower, much slower, and bizarrely warped. You WILL jump five feet into the air the first time you hear it. With such an utterly bizarre warning music, it makes you wonder why they need an ultimate invincible enemy coming in at 2:30 to encourage you to hurry up.
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* In the secret "Revenge" ending of ''SilentHill3'', ''VideoGame/SilentHill3'', the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWl13Gk-5o8 "Silent Hill Song"]] ends with the singers being shot to death with a machine gun. It's actually kind of funny, because of how ludicrous and over-the-top that whole ending was. * ''SilentHill2'': ''VideoGame/SilentHill2'': The end of the track [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLhtDJnPKBs ''Null Moon'']] fades down to the chime chords, then the instrument shifts to an ominous tone in the last couple of phrases. * Much of the music in ''Endgame: Singularity'' ''VideoGame/EndgameSingularity'' sounds like this; it starts out one place and goes somewhere else entirely. This holds particularly true for the music that plays when you win, which starts out something like the twilight zone theme and somehow manages to get ''more'' chilling. * ''{{Spelunky}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Spelunky}}'' has the moderately cheerful background music trick you into thinking it's just an endless loop like the title and boss music. Then, at the 2 minute mark, the music plays backwards for a second or two and then proceeds to play normally again, except that it's much lower, much slower, and bizarrely warped. You WILL jump five feet into the air the first time you hear it. With such an utterly bizarre warning music, it makes you wonder why they need an ultimate invincible enemy coming in at 2:30 to encourage you to hurry up.
16th Jan '16 8:25:52 AM Morgenthaler
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* "Wraith Pinned To The Mist (and other games)" by OfMontreal features a stinger note that sounds like muffled audio recorded from a construction site. (The song itself is pretty weird though, so it doesn't sound all that out of place.)
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* "Wraith Pinned To The Mist (and other games)" by OfMontreal Music/OfMontreal features a stinger note that sounds like muffled audio recorded from a construction site. (The song itself is pretty weird though, so it doesn't sound all that out of place.)
11th Jan '16 10:01:26 PM wolftickets1969
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* "Restoring the Light, Facing The Dark" from ''VideoGame/OriAndTheBlindForest'' is initially a ThemeMusicPowerUp as Ori escapes the rising waters of the Ginso Tree, then it turns sinister when Kuro appears at the top and attacks Ori.
11th Jan '16 12:55:51 AM KatonRyu
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** Also from them is the song "Ritz". It's not the most cheery tune to begin with, but it has a steady rhythm...until after the final verse, where the music starts to fade away to be replaced by what sounds like a horror movie soundtrack, at the very end of which a barely audible, distorted voice says something that sounds like 'Hello there'.
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