Yeah, listening to GYBE in the middle of the night or while trying to sleep is usually a bad idea.

* ''F♯ A♯ ∞'', which is an album ruminating about the apocalypse.
** The first track of the album, "The Dead Flag Blues" has the following monologue spoken in a sombre monotone, which, whether it is a DyingDream, drug-induced [[{{Hallucinations}} hallucination]], or an actual ApocalypticLog, is ''oppressingly'' dire:
-->The car is on fire, and there’s no driver at the wheel\\
And the sewers are all muddied with a thousand lonely suicides\\
And a dark wind blows

-->The government is corrupt\\
And we’re on so many drugs\\
With the radio on and the curtains drawn

-->We’re trapped in the belly of this horrible machine\\
And the machine is bleeding to death [...]

-->The buildings tumbled in on themselves\\
Mothers clutching babies\\
Picked through the rubble\\
And pulled out their hair

-->The skyline was beautiful on fire\\
All twisted metal stretching upwards\\
Everything washed in a thin orange haze...
** That drone underneath said monologue is creepy in and of itself.
** The second song, "East Hastings", was used extensively in the movie ''Film/TwentyEightDaysLater'', whose director claimed that he had the song in mind when making it.
* ''Lift Your Skinny Fists'' is the band's brightest album as a whole, but the track "Static" deserves to be here. To hear a guy babbling on about seeing the face of God and dying over a beautiful, somber violin solo creates a SoundtrackDissonance that is quite disturbing. And then there's the second half of the track, "World Police and Friendly Fire/The Buildings They Are Sleeping Now", whose eeriness can't be easily described in words.
* Any time the guitarists start playing with screwdrivers, this trope is sure to ensue