History NightmareFuel / Music

12th Mar '17 2:52:42 PM Scifimaster92
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11th Mar '17 1:55:05 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* [[http://www.balladofamerica.com/music/indexes/songs/gotellauntrhody/index.htm "Go Tell Aunt Rhody,"]] isn't exactly terrifying in its original incarnation, but the depressing subject matter (a mama goose died, leaving its gander and goslings despondent) and minor key makes it sound awfully bleak, no matter how cheery the performer tries to go with it. ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil7Biohazard'' milks this for all it's worth by adding even darker lyrics tied to the plot and making the tune downright sinister.
8th Mar '17 12:56:10 AM InTheGallbladder
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* Those Poor Bastards: They perform pitch-black horror-themed country with the fervor of fundamentalist backwoods preachers. [[https://youtu.be/i79N3FPCWbM "John Henry Gonna"]] sounds like the gospel soundtrack to a zombie apocalypse. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhq55-zWXQA "The Dust Storm"]] is a hair-raising trip down some evil backroads. And their [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgJkYpukzBc cover of Johnny Cash's "Walk the Line"]] is a terrifying ode to stalkerism.

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* Those Poor Bastards: They perform pitch-black horror-themed country with the fervor of fundamentalist backwoods preachers. [[https://youtu.be/i79N3FPCWbM "John Henry Gonna"]] sounds like spins the gospel soundtrack all-American legend into something akin to a zombie apocalypse.fearsome youkai myth. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhq55-zWXQA "The Dust Storm"]] is a hair-raising trip down some evil backroads. And their [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgJkYpukzBc cover of Johnny Cash's "Walk the Line"]] is a terrifying ode to stalkerism.
27th Feb '17 2:40:39 PM AgentS7
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* Music/{{Bauhaus}}: As well as a few of Peter Murphy's solo songs, such as "Low Room", Bauhaus can creep the heck out of a fair few people. Those screechy, nails-on-a-chalk-board guitars and weird drums will get you every time, not to mention Murphy's vocals. The guy sounds like a crazed baptist preacher that constantly has spiders crawling through his shirt.

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* Music/{{Bauhaus}}: As well as a few of Peter Murphy's solo songs, such as "Low Room", Bauhaus can creep the heck out of a fair few people. Those screechy, nails-on-a-chalk-board guitars and weird drums will get you every time, not to mention Murphy's vocals. The guy sounds like a crazed baptist preacher that constantly has spiders crawling through his shirt. Certain versions of "Bela Lugosi's Dead" also rise from typical goth fair to something a little more...''wrong.''
26th Feb '17 8:34:12 PM Jaredwarrensince1991
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21st Feb '17 8:26:05 PM gewunomox
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* There is an entire subgenre of folk/traditional music known variously as freak folk, weird folk, rural gothic or country gothic. This evolved out of the genre best known as Old Weird America [[note]]a term coined by Greil Marcus after hearing Creator/BobDylan's ''Basement Tapes'' and recognizing them as related to Harry Smith's old 1952 Folkways collection ''Anthology of American Folk Music''[[/note]]. Lullabyes for dead children, incestuous love, silver daggers, unrequited love, senseless (or all-too-sensible) murder, graveyards, encounters with Death, crazy women wandering the hills, people frozen in various stages of grief....

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* There is an entire subgenre of folk/traditional music known variously as freak folk, weird folk, rural gothic or country gothic. This evolved out of the genre best known as Old Weird America [[note]]a term coined by Greil Marcus after hearing Creator/BobDylan's Music/BobDylan's ''Basement Tapes'' and recognizing them as related to Harry Smith's old 1952 Folkways collection ''Anthology of American Folk Music''[[/note]]. Lullabyes for dead children, incestuous love, silver daggers, unrequited love, senseless (or all-too-sensible) murder, graveyards, encounters with Death, crazy women wandering the hills, people frozen in various stages of grief....
16th Feb '17 12:01:02 PM Stellarvore
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