* The entirety of ''Geogaddi'' is deeply unsettling, with deceptively sunny keyboads filtered through tape recorders that make them sound broken and distorted. Particularly creepy tracks include:
** Right out of the box with "Ready Lets Go", which is little more than an oscillating drone.
** "Music is Math," the second track and the first full song on the album, sets the tone. The lyrics are hard to make out (as they're being sung in a near-incomprehensible, tribal wail filtered through a vocoder) but consensus seems to be that they are: "we all fall down... we all fall down... down..."
** "You Could Feel The Sky."
** "1969" crosses Boards of Canada's ''Right to Children''-era sunny sound with unsettling vocoder bits and references to cults. In fact, it's about the Branch Davidian cult, which maintained a StepfordSmiler facade while their leader sexually abused children.
** "A is to B as B is to C" , with its strange, garbled loops and samples. Towards the end of the track, an ominous backmasked chorus chants something that sounds astonishingly like "O Geogaddi! O Geogaddi!"
** "The Devil is in the Details," which is about hypnosis. Not a good idea to listen to in a dark room.
*** It doesn't help that the backing beat sounds vaguely like an insect moving its wings back and forth.
*** Someone [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iolvzeQuTMg backmasked]] it in it's entirety, and used the end result in a [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos Slender Man]] webseries known as WebVideo/TribeTwelve. The result? '''''A completely different track''''' that feels like UncannyValley in sound form. ''Shudder''.
** "Alpha and Omega", which gradually becomes more and more frantic and incomprehensible, and three-fourths into the song a loud and unexpected "yellow" is spoken.
** "Opening The Mouth." My God.
** "Gyroscope" makes you feel like you need to be running from something. Not to mention the small child repeating numbers throughout the song.
** "I Saw Drones" is short, but downright threatening.
** "Corsair" is fairly tranquil compared to any of the other tracks, but still retains some ominousness.
*** Not to mention the track after it, "Magic Window". [[Main/NothingIsScarier Which is entirely silent.]]
* "Beware the Friendly Stranger". The more you look into the song, the worse it gets.
** ...Not to mention its [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-V7xJ1D8X0 fan]]-[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qtaifr7qC_8 made]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6eBkPoHg_Lk music]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWsavGOS7QA videos]]...
** Dawn Chorus is a bit odd at first, but starts getting really distubing when you start to hear what appears to be a [[BreadMilkEggsSquick woman moaning as she's having sex]].
* The cover of ''Music Has the Right to Children'' anyone? TheFaceless...
** The inside of the album has each of their faces magnified. Ugh.
** Plus, the ''"I... Lovveee... You..."'' samples on "The Color Of The Fire." Downright UncannyValley stuff right here.
** Though maybe not ''outright'' Nightmare Fuel, "An Eagle In Your Mind" and "Sixtyten" are subtly ominous.
** Not to mention the [[Main/UpToEleven more]] subtly ominous "Pete Standing Alone." Brr...
* ''In a Beautiful Place Out in the Country.'' The whole EP has an unsettling atmosphere, especially "Amo Bishop Roden" and the title track.
* ''Tomorrow's Harvest''. An apocalyptic dread is present through the whole album, from the opening bleakness of "Gemini" to the DownerEnding of "Semena Mertvykh".
** And speaking of "Semena Mertvykh", the title is a Russian translit for "Seeds of the Dead". Creepy, that is.
* Their remix (under the "Hell Interface" alias) of Colonel Abrams' "Trapped" turns an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSNWeXGZMcU upbeat pop song]] into [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ug0y1ZhdHT0 a horrifying song about love gone wrong]].
* "Slow This Bird Down" is fairly ominous, especially compared to the rest of ''The Campfire Headphase''.