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14th Sep '16 8:54:58 PM gewunomox
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* JackOffJill's "Witch Hunt" is already pretty creepy, and then, just as she mentions [[KillItWithFire burning something]], she starts ''[[JumpScare screaming]]'' as she's being ''[[BurnTheWitch burned alive]]'', which gets raspier and raspier as she's dying. It comes out of nowhere for first-time listeners.

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* JackOffJill's Music/JackOffJill's "Witch Hunt" is already pretty creepy, and then, just as she mentions [[KillItWithFire burning something]], she starts ''[[JumpScare screaming]]'' as she's being ''[[BurnTheWitch burned alive]]'', which gets raspier and raspier as she's dying. It comes out of nowhere for first-time listeners.
9th Sep '16 6:32:55 PM SolsticePrince
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** "Body Scout" from ''Prowler In The Yard'' ends with J.R. Hayes's usual manic shrieking, except it's acapella, and the lyrics go like this:
-->''Like explosions in space and prostitutes of fire.''
-->''(silence)''
-->''[[JumpScare Like explosions in space'']]
-->''(silence)''
-->''And prostitutes of fire.''
-->''(longer silence)''
-->''And prostitutes of ''fire''!''
8th Sep '16 7:41:19 PM nmn3r3
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWgqFk_6KR4 Synchronize/Sugilite]] starts with Amethyst and Garnet's themes being remixed together. When the music reaches the point where they fuse into Sugilite, the themes combine into a distorted bass with an echoing diving beat that emphasize just how menacing Sugilite herself is. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvMD031BHK8 The scene in "Cry for Help" where she briefly reappears]] manages to make it even worse, due to her uncharacteristically quiet rage.
4th Sep '16 11:30:25 PM erforce
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* The famous ''ThePinkPanther'' ThemeTune ends suddenly loud with a jarring chord.

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* The famous ''ThePinkPanther'' ''Franchise/ThePinkPanther'' ThemeTune ends suddenly loud with a jarring chord.
29th Aug '16 2:02:28 AM ShaggyArc
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* Porter Robinson's "[[Vocaliod Goodbye To A World]]", ends with the final iteration of the chorus, heavily distorted and glitched out. [[HellIsThatNoise The ending results, turn out to be unsettling...]]

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* Porter Robinson's "[[Vocaliod Goodbye "Goodbye To A World]]", World", ends with the final iteration of the chorus, heavily distorted and glitched out. [[HellIsThatNoise The ending results, turn out to be unsettling...]]
28th Aug '16 2:35:10 AM ShaggyArc
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Porter Robinson's "Goodbye To A World", ends with the final iteration of the chorus, heavily distorted and glitched out. The ending results, turn out to be unsettling...

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* Porter Robinson's "Goodbye "[[Vocaliod Goodbye To A World", World]]", ends with the final iteration of the chorus, heavily distorted and glitched out. [[HellIsThatNoise The ending results, turn out to be unsettling...]]
28th Aug '16 2:29:15 AM ShaggyArc
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Porter Robinson's "Goodbye To A World", ends with the final iteration of the chorus, heavily distorted and glitched out. The ending results, turn out to be unsettling...
16th Aug '16 11:22:07 PM LamentableSeafoal
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* A perfect example is track 4 of Haruka Shimotsuki's Koboreru Suna no ARIA: Third Movement ~Homecoming~, which does it not only at the end, but also at the beginning, and in two very jarring ways. The first time, the song is playing what it seems to be a bridal waltz to then abruptly change into something akin to a war persecution song; and near the end, in which the song is playing a magnificent and bright orchestral arrangement of the album's main theme, it suddenly drops in tone and becomes a nightmarish repetition of "FEL LEASRY WEL", which translates to "I warn you" in the album's own languagge.

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* A perfect example is track 4 of Haruka Shimotsuki's Koboreru Suna no ARIA: Third Movement ~Homecoming~, which does it not only at the end, but also at the beginning, and in two very jarring ways. The first time, the song is playing what it seems to be a bridal waltz to then abruptly change into something akin to a war persecution song; and near the end, in which the song is playing a magnificent and bright orchestral arrangement of the album's main theme, it suddenly drops in tone and becomes a nightmarish repetition of "FEL LEASRY FEARY WEL", which translates to "I warn you" in the album's own languagge.
16th Aug '16 11:20:34 PM LamentableSeafoal
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14th Aug '16 11:06:35 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'', the last movement of "Black Tower" starts with a series of ascending EtherealChoir notes, but then the choir switches to a [[TearJerker tear-jerking]] dirge-style tune, which is the music heard during Cmdr. Keyes's death cutscene.
** "Halo Reborn" starts with an EtherealChoir remake of "Under Cover of Night", then becomes a dark drum & bass piece, then finally a rendition of the PsychoStrings piece "Shadows", before concluding with a ScareChord.
** Similarly, "Roll Call" begins with a triumphant remake of the Halo title theme, followed by a medley of "Farthest Outpost" and "Under Cover of Night", but the last movement is a sad piano and strings tune, similar to the EasterEgg music "Siege of Madrigal". Apparently to underscore Master Chief's absence from the "roll call", and his presumed death.
** Then last, but not least, there's "Legend", the Legendary bonus cutscene music, which starts off the a peaceful drifting music similar to the opening scene, transitioning into PsychoStrings before abruptly ending with this.

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* In ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'':
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''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'', the 3}}'':
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last movement of "Black Tower" starts with a series of ascending EtherealChoir notes, but then the choir switches to a [[TearJerker tear-jerking]] dirge-style tune, which is the music heard during Cmdr. Keyes's death cutscene.
** *** "Halo Reborn" starts with an EtherealChoir remake of "Under Cover of Night", then becomes a dark drum & bass piece, then finally a rendition of the PsychoStrings piece "Shadows", before concluding with a ScareChord.
** *** Similarly, "Roll Call" begins with a triumphant remake of the Halo title theme, followed by a medley of "Farthest Outpost" and "Under Cover of Night", but the last movement is a sad piano and strings tune, similar to the EasterEgg music "Siege of Madrigal". Apparently to underscore Master Chief's absence from the "roll call", and his presumed death.
** *** Then last, but not least, there's "Legend", the Legendary bonus cutscene music, which starts off the a peaceful drifting music similar to the opening scene, transitioning into PsychoStrings before abruptly ending with this.
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