A lot of music by TheResidents count as NightmareFuel.
* Their [[TheCoverChangesTheMeaning disturbing cover]] of "I Can't Get No Satisfaction", which mentions that the narrator [[AxeCrazy stabs and kicks]] whenever he can't get popcorn at the movies, among other things.
* Large chunks of ''The Commercial Album,'' including "Die In Terror," "Margaret Freeman," and "My Work Is So Behind."
** "Die In Terror" has a creepy title to start with. But the sound of those footsteps during the intro... (shudder)
** "The Act Of Being Polite" is also frightening. Especially when it turns out the protagonist killed a women because he "was just exhausted from the act of being polite."
* ''Third Reich And Roll'' album contained forty [[TheCoverChangesTheMeaning disturbing cover]] versions of top forty songs from the 1960s. Among many bizarre warpings, the bitter-breakup garage-pop standard "Hey Little Girl" becomes a genuinely chilling piece with a mocking, serial killer-like vocal and grimly march-like music which features plenty of ominous buzzing, droning and rumbling noises in the background (powertools? Brrr...). It must have been a very bitter breakup, indeed.
** At a certain point the music just stops and you suddenly hear a car crashing, guns shooting, a baby crying and the sound of a sirene warning for bomb attacks.
** The cover of "Yummy Yummy Yummy (I Have Love In My Tummy)" also sounds disturbing during the second half.
* The entire final section of ''Baby Sex'', when not incredibly silly - hell, even when incredibly silly - is pure Nightmare Fuel for the uninitiated.
* When not [[TearJerker beautiful and morose]], their album ''Animal Lover'' tends towards the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLDf6Pqua6w&feature=relmfu seriously disturbing]].