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** (''Music/YearZero'' is a [[CrapsackWorld dystopian]] [[ConceptAlbum Concept Album]] that ends with [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt the annihilation of humanity]].

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** (''Music/YearZero'' ''Music/YearZero'' is a [[CrapsackWorld dystopian]] [[ConceptAlbum Concept Album]] that ends with [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt the annihilation of humanity]].humanity]].
** Some of their music videos have pretty downer endings: "Down In It" ends with Trent's decayed corpse being found after falling (or possibly [[DrivenToSuicide jumping]]) off a building, "Wish" has the cage that the band is performing in be broken into by the violent crowd who will presumably kill them, "Happiness in Slavery" stops just before [[HereWeGoAgain we see Trent go through with being tortured to death like the man before him]], and in "Survivalism" the band's performance is interrupted by the dystopian police with the last shot being Trent's lifeless body being dragged away.


* "Memento Mori", the last song of Architects' possibly final album ''All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us'', is a song about coming to terms with death. Tom Searle's actual death happened just months after the album was released.

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* "Memento Mori", the last song of Architects' possibly final album ''All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us'', is a song about coming to terms with death. [[HarsherInHindsight Tom Searle's actual death happened just months after the album was released.released]].


* In the penultimate title track of Interface's ''Where All Roads Lead'', Eric Eldredge's character, having irretrievably crossed the DespairEventHorizon, been [[FairWeatherFriend abandoned by his peers]], and [[YourDaysAreNumbered implied to be on his last legs]], reflects on the futility of his life and the trail of [[GrowingUpSucks the shattered hopes and dreams of his youth]]. The closing track, "Hiraeth", is resolutely a wordless OneWomanWail funerary piece.

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* In the penultimate title track of Interface's ''Where All Roads Lead'', Eric Eldredge's character, having irretrievably crossed the DespairEventHorizon, been [[FairWeatherFriend abandoned by his peers]], and [[YourDaysAreNumbered implied to be on his last legs]], reflects on the futility of his life and the trail of [[GrowingUpSucks the shattered hopes and dreams of his youth]]. The closing track, "Hiraeth", is resolutely a wordless OneWomanWail funerary piece.[[DarkReprise reprise]] of the song.


* "Leader of the Pack" by the Shangri-Las ends with the guy dying in a motorcycle accident.
* "I Can Never Go Home Anymore" also by the Shangri-Las. The girl who angrily ran away from home can't go back, because her mother has died.

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* "Leader of the Pack" by the Shangri-Las ends with the guy singer's eponymous love interest dying in a motorcycle accident.
accident immediately after their breakup.
* "I Can Never Go Home Anymore" also by the Shangri-Las. The girl who angrily ran away from home [[YouCantGoHomeAgain can't go back, back]], because her mother has died.

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** ''Spirit'' concludes with the [[DespairEventHorizon hopelessness-themed]] [[StepUpToTheMicrophone Martin Gore-sung]] song "Fail".

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* In the penultimate title track of Interface's ''Where All Roads Lead'', Eric Eldredge's character, having irretrievably crossed the DespairEventHorizon, been [[FairWeatherFriend abandoned by his peers]], and [[YourDaysAreNumbered implied to be on his last legs]], reflects on the futility of his life and the trail of [[GrowingUpSucks the shattered hopes and dreams of his youth]]. The closing track, "Hiraeth", is resolutely a wordless OneWomanWail funerary piece.


* See RockOperaPlot for examples of a subtrope.


* A particularly notorious example was Music/MichaelJackson's music video/short film "Black or White" from ''Music/{{Dangerous}}'', based on the hit single of the same name. It was shown on three basic cable channels simultaneously one night in the fall of 1991, so it was guaranteed to garner a huge audience with [[HilariousInHindsight many children watching]]. The video, which included (among other things) African tribesmen, Thai dancers, Native Americans, Michael Jackson dancing with an Indian girl, fur-capped Russian dancers, two babies playing with a snowglobe, Michael Jackson dancing on the Statue of Liberty, and Macaulay Culkin performing a rap, seemingly concluded with a young black woman (who, in montage, had just been transformed into a variety of different people of various skin colors and body types, as well as of both sexes) miming to the end of the song, who's revealed to actually be an actress in the studio where the video is being filmed. The camera then pans away until it is following a black leopard as it stalks its way out of the studio and into the dark and rainy night. Once outside, the leopard transforms into Michael Jackson and begins to compulsively perform a dance that becomes more and more unnerving as it goes along, with a great deal of crotch-grabbing. Suddenly he begins smashing a car, shop windows, etc., screaming all the while. As this orgy of godlike destruction concludes, Michael's screams are mixed with the roars of his leopard alter ego. He finally rips off half his clothes and collapses into the rain-slicked street, whereupon he transforms back into the leopard, snarls, and stalks away. And ''then'' in a particularly egregious case of MoodWhiplash, the scene cuts to an animated living room, where it is revealed that [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Bart Simpson]] has been watching the entire time. Homer bursts in and orders Bart to turn off the TV, prompting Bart to retort with one of his trademark wisecracks and him to turn it off himself. Needless to say, this video left many in its television audience confused, traumatized, and angered. Jackson was forced to issue a public apology for the incident and the video was recut so that it ended just before the "black leopard" sequence. Later, the full-length version reappeared with CGI effects superimposing racist graffiti on the objects he smashed to provide justification for his rage.

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* A particularly notorious example was Music/MichaelJackson's music video/short film "Black or White" from ''Music/{{Dangerous}}'', based on the hit single of the same name. It was shown on three basic cable channels simultaneously one night in the fall of 1991, so it was guaranteed to garner a huge audience with [[HilariousInHindsight many children watching]]. The video, which included (among other things) African tribesmen, Thai dancers, Native Americans, Michael Jackson dancing with an Indian girl, fur-capped Russian dancers, two babies playing with a snowglobe, Michael Jackson dancing on the Statue of Liberty, and Macaulay Culkin performing a rap, seemingly concluded with a young black woman (who, in montage, had just been transformed into a variety montage of different people of various skin colors and body types, as well as of both sexes) sexes, morphing into each other, ending with a young black woman miming to the end of the song, who's revealed to actually be an actress in the studio where the video is being filmed. The camera then pans away until it is following a black leopard as it stalks its way out of the studio and into the dark and rainy night. Once outside, the leopard transforms into Michael Jackson and begins to compulsively perform a dance that becomes more and more unnerving as it goes along, with a great deal of crotch-grabbing. Suddenly he begins smashing a car, shop windows, etc., screaming all the while. As this orgy of godlike destruction concludes, Michael's screams are mixed with the roars of his leopard alter ego. He finally rips off half his clothes and collapses into the rain-slicked street, whereupon he transforms back into the leopard, snarls, and stalks away. And ''then'' in a particularly egregious case of MoodWhiplash, the scene cuts to an animated living room, where it is revealed that [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Bart Simpson]] has been watching the entire time. Homer bursts in and orders Bart to turn off the TV, prompting Bart to retort with one of his trademark wisecracks and him to turn it off himself. Needless to say, this video left many in its television audience confused, traumatized, and angered. Jackson was forced to issue a public apology for the incident and the video was recut so that it ended just before the "black leopard" sequence. Later, the full-length version reappeared with CGI effects superimposing racist graffiti on the objects he smashed to provide justification for his rage.


* A particularly notorious example was Music/MichaelJackson's music video/short film "Black or White" from ''Music/{{Dangerous}}'', based on the hit single of the same name. It was shown on three basic cable channels simultaneously one night in the fall of 1991, so it was guaranteed to garner a huge audience with [[HilariousInHindsight many children watching]]. The video, which included (among other things) African tribesmen, Thai dancers, Native Americans, Michael Jackson dancing with an Indian girl, fur-capped Russian dancers, two babies playing with a snowglobe, Michael Jackson dancing on the Statue of Liberty, and Macaulay Culkin performing a rap, seemingly concluded with a young black woman (who, in montage, had just been transformed into a variety of different people of various skin colors and body types, as well as of both sexes) miming to the end of the song. But then the camera cuts away to reveal that the girl is actually an actress in the studio where the video is being filmed, and pans away until it is following a black leopard as it stalks its way out of the studio and into the dark and rainy night. Once outside, the leopard transforms into Michael Jackson and begins to compulsively perform a dance that becomes more and more unnerving as it goes along, with a great deal of crotch-grabbing. Suddenly he begins smashing a car, shop windows, etc., screaming all the while. As this orgy of godlike destruction concludes, Michael's screams are mixed with the roars of his leopard alter ego. He finally rips off half his clothes and collapses into the rain-slicked street, whereupon he transforms back into the leopard, snarls, and stalks away. And ''then'' in a particularly egregious case of MoodWhiplash, the scene cuts to an animated living room, where it is revealed that [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Bart Simpson]] has been watching the entire time. Homer bursts in and orders Bart to turn off the TV, prompting Bart to retort with one of his trademark wisecracks and him to turn it off himself. Needless to say, this video left many in its television audience confused, traumatized, and angered. Jackson was forced to issue a public apology for the incident and the video was recut so that it ended just before the "black leopard" sequence. Later, the full-length version reappeared with CGI effects superimposing racist graffiti on the objects he smashed to provide justification for his rage.

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* A particularly notorious example was Music/MichaelJackson's music video/short film "Black or White" from ''Music/{{Dangerous}}'', based on the hit single of the same name. It was shown on three basic cable channels simultaneously one night in the fall of 1991, so it was guaranteed to garner a huge audience with [[HilariousInHindsight many children watching]]. The video, which included (among other things) African tribesmen, Thai dancers, Native Americans, Michael Jackson dancing with an Indian girl, fur-capped Russian dancers, two babies playing with a snowglobe, Michael Jackson dancing on the Statue of Liberty, and Macaulay Culkin performing a rap, seemingly concluded with a young black woman (who, in montage, had just been transformed into a variety of different people of various skin colors and body types, as well as of both sexes) miming to the end of the song. But then the camera cuts away song, who's revealed to reveal that the girl is actually be an actress in the studio where the video is being filmed, and filmed. The camera then pans away until it is following a black leopard as it stalks its way out of the studio and into the dark and rainy night. Once outside, the leopard transforms into Michael Jackson and begins to compulsively perform a dance that becomes more and more unnerving as it goes along, with a great deal of crotch-grabbing. Suddenly he begins smashing a car, shop windows, etc., screaming all the while. As this orgy of godlike destruction concludes, Michael's screams are mixed with the roars of his leopard alter ego. He finally rips off half his clothes and collapses into the rain-slicked street, whereupon he transforms back into the leopard, snarls, and stalks away. And ''then'' in a particularly egregious case of MoodWhiplash, the scene cuts to an animated living room, where it is revealed that [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Bart Simpson]] has been watching the entire time. Homer bursts in and orders Bart to turn off the TV, prompting Bart to retort with one of his trademark wisecracks and him to turn it off himself. Needless to say, this video left many in its television audience confused, traumatized, and angered. Jackson was forced to issue a public apology for the incident and the video was recut so that it ended just before the "black leopard" sequence. Later, the full-length version reappeared with CGI effects superimposing racist graffiti on the objects he smashed to provide justification for his rage.


* The video for Junior Kickstart by The Go! Team. Where's a power pellet when you need one!? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMtLBXlMZ-s
* The video for [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8Y1MalRrDc Luv Deluxe]] by Cinnamon Chasers has '''[[MultipleEndings THREE]]''' of them. All of them shot from the main character's [[MaleGaze point of view]]. The [[AlternateHistory point of divergence]] is when the main character and [[FemmeFatale love interest]] are about to pay a restaurant bill:

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* The video for Junior Kickstart by The Go! Team. Where's a power pellet when you need one!? one? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMtLBXlMZ-s
* The video for [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8Y1MalRrDc Luv Deluxe]] by Cinnamon Chasers has '''[[MultipleEndings THREE]]''' three]]''' of them. All of them shot from the main character's [[MaleGaze point of view]]. The [[AlternateHistory point of divergence]] is when the main character and [[FemmeFatale love interest]] are about to pay a restaurant bill:



** Or, to put it in an easier to understand way: It's a musical retelling of ''Literature/JohnnyGotHisGun'' (which has already been mentioned in EXTREME detail in the book section, so just read that to see exactly why it's so sad).

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** Or, to put it in an easier to understand way: It's a musical retelling of ''Literature/JohnnyGotHisGun'' (which has already been mentioned in EXTREME extreme detail in the book section, so just read that to see exactly why it's so sad).



* Music/BarryManilow's ''Copacabana''. The plot? Lola's a showgirl at the titular nightclub and falls in love with Tony the barmaker...only for Rico to make advances on her, pressing Tony's BerserkButton. Cue a huge fight that ends in Rico shooting Tony and skip thirty years ahead to show Lola a wasted alcoholic.

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* Music/BarryManilow's ''Copacabana''. The plot? plot is that Lola's a showgirl at the titular nightclub and falls in love with Tony the barmaker...only for Rico to make advances on her, pressing Tony's BerserkButton. Cue a huge fight that ends in Rico shooting Tony and skip thirty years ahead to show Lola a wasted alcoholic.



* A particularly notorious example was Music/MichaelJackson's music video/short film "Black or White" from ''Music/{{Dangerous}}'', based on the hit single of the same name. It was shown on three basic cable channels simultaneously one night in the fall of 1991, so it was guaranteed to garner a huge audience with [[HilariousInHindsight many children watching]]. The video, which included (among other things) African tribesmen, fur-capped Russian dancers, the Statue of Liberty, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Macaulay Culkin performing a rap]], seemingly concluded with a young black woman (who, in montage, had just been transformed into a variety of different people of various skin colors and body types, as well as of both sexes) miming to the end of the song. But then the camera cuts away to reveal that the girl is actually an actress in the studio where the video is being filmed, and pans away until it is following a black leopard as it stalks its way out of the studio and into the dark and rainy night. Once outside, the leopard transforms into Michael Jackson and begins to compulsively perform a dance that becomes more and more unnerving as it goes along, with a great deal of crotch-grabbing. Suddenly he begins smashing a car, shop windows, etc., screaming all the while. As this orgy of godlike destruction concludes, Michael's screams are mixed with the roars of his leopard alter ego. He finally rips off half his clothes and collapses into the rain-slicked street, whereupon he transforms back into the leopard, snarls, and stalks away. And ''then'' in a particularly egregious case of MoodWhiplash, the scene cuts to an animated living room, where it is revealed that [[TheSimpsons Bart Simpson]] has been watching the entire time. His father bursts in and orders Bart to turn off the TV, prompting Bart to retort with one of his trademark wisecracks. Needless to say, this video left many in its television audience confused, traumatized, and angered. Jackson was forced to issue a public apology for the incident and the video was recut so that it ended just before the "black leopard" sequence. Later, the full-length version reappeared with CGI effects superimposing racist graffiti on the objects he smashed to provide justification for his rage.

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* A particularly notorious example was Music/MichaelJackson's music video/short film "Black or White" from ''Music/{{Dangerous}}'', based on the hit single of the same name. It was shown on three basic cable channels simultaneously one night in the fall of 1991, so it was guaranteed to garner a huge audience with [[HilariousInHindsight many children watching]]. The video, which included (among other things) African tribesmen, Thai dancers, Native Americans, Michael Jackson dancing with an Indian girl, fur-capped Russian dancers, two babies playing with a snowglobe, Michael Jackson dancing on the Statue of Liberty, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Macaulay Culkin performing a rap]], rap, seemingly concluded with a young black woman (who, in montage, had just been transformed into a variety of different people of various skin colors and body types, as well as of both sexes) miming to the end of the song. But then the camera cuts away to reveal that the girl is actually an actress in the studio where the video is being filmed, and pans away until it is following a black leopard as it stalks its way out of the studio and into the dark and rainy night. Once outside, the leopard transforms into Michael Jackson and begins to compulsively perform a dance that becomes more and more unnerving as it goes along, with a great deal of crotch-grabbing. Suddenly he begins smashing a car, shop windows, etc., screaming all the while. As this orgy of godlike destruction concludes, Michael's screams are mixed with the roars of his leopard alter ego. He finally rips off half his clothes and collapses into the rain-slicked street, whereupon he transforms back into the leopard, snarls, and stalks away. And ''then'' in a particularly egregious case of MoodWhiplash, the scene cuts to an animated living room, where it is revealed that [[TheSimpsons [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Bart Simpson]] has been watching the entire time. His father Homer bursts in and orders Bart to turn off the TV, prompting Bart to retort with one of his trademark wisecracks.wisecracks and him to turn it off himself. Needless to say, this video left many in its television audience confused, traumatized, and angered. Jackson was forced to issue a public apology for the incident and the video was recut so that it ended just before the "black leopard" sequence. Later, the full-length version reappeared with CGI effects superimposing racist graffiti on the objects he smashed to provide justification for his rage.



* W.A.S.P.'s ''Music/TheCrimsonIdol'' is just downright depressing. It's a concept album about a young boy who is an unwanted child and abused by his father, his only friend being his older brother. [[spoiler: Who dies in a car crash when the protagonist is 14. He is so crushed, he can't even bring himself to attend the funeral. Which makes his father abuse him even more. At 16 he flees this hell, just to end up homeless on the street. One day, he steals a guitar and becomes a famous musician. Who is constantly exploited by his manager and producer. And does drugs. A lot. He even has "Easy Rider" parties, where he and his guests do everything shown onscreen in a larger scale. He then realizes this doesn't make him happy, as his parent's didn't love him. So he tries to make up with them via phone. Which results in them claiming they have no son before even 30 words were spoken. Which results in him hanging himself onstage at a sold-out concert. Talk about depressing.]]

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* W.A.S.P.'s ''Music/TheCrimsonIdol'' is just downright depressing. It's a concept album about a young boy who is an unwanted child and abused by his father, his only friend being his older brother. [[spoiler: Who dies in a car crash when the protagonist is 14. He is so crushed, he can't even bring himself to attend the funeral. Which makes his father abuse him even more. At 16 he flees this hell, just to end up homeless on the street. One day, he steals a guitar and becomes a famous musician. Who is constantly exploited by his manager and producer. And does drugs. A drugs a lot. He even has "Easy Rider" parties, where he and his guests do everything shown onscreen in a larger scale. He then realizes this doesn't make him happy, as his parent's didn't love him. So he tries to make up with them via phone. Which results in them claiming they have no son before even 30 words were spoken. Which results in him hanging himself onstage at a sold-out concert. Talk about depressing.]]concert]]


* ''99 Luftballons'' / ''99 Red Balloons'' by Music/{{Nena}} deals with the aftermath of a war caused by helium balloons being mistaken for enemy craft. Both versions are downers in different ways:
** The German version has things kickstarted by reckless air pilots deciding to [[WhatAnIdiot shoot down the balloons]], which is misconstrued as a show of force by other nations. Greedy war ministers stir up conflict out of self-interest, and what follows is a war that lasts ''[[UpToEleven ninety-nine years]]'', devastating the world. The protagonist lives in the ruins of a destroyed city, and is telling the song as a [[HowWeGotHere flashback]].
** The English version has a [[ForWantOfANail faulty early warning system]] identify the balloons as an incoming missile, causing both sides to scramble jets out of panic and escalate things into all-out nuclear war. It adds an extra GutPunch by stating the protagonist and a friend released the balloons - itís implied the friend was killed somehow, with the protagonist [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone wracked with guilt]] over indirectly causing their death.

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* ''99 Luftballons'' / ''99 Red Balloons'' by Music/{{Nena}} deals with the aftermath of a war caused by helium balloons being mistaken for enemy craft.contacts. Both versions are downers in different ways:
** The In the German version has things kickstarted by version, reckless air pilots deciding decide to [[WhatAnIdiot shoot down the balloons]], balloons]] for fun, which is misconstrued as a show of force by other nations. Greedy war ministers stir up conflict out of self-interest, and what follows is a war that lasts ''[[UpToEleven ninety-nine years]]'', devastating the whole world. The protagonist singer lives in the ruins of a destroyed city, and is telling the song story as a [[HowWeGotHere flashback]].
flashback]] as she wanders whatís left of the world.
** The English version has a [[ForWantOfANail faulty early warning system]] identify the balloons as an incoming missile, causing both sides to scramble jets out of panic and escalate things into all-out nuclear war. It adds In an extra GutPunch by stating GutPunch, it was the protagonist and a friend who released the balloons - itís implied the friend was killed somehow, with the protagonist [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone wracked with guilt]] over indirectly causing both the war and their death.


* ''99 Luftballons'' / ''99 Red Balloons'' by Music/{{Nena}} deals with the aftermath if a war caused by the protagonist releasing helium balloons into the sky, which are mistaken for enemy craft. Both versions are downers in different ways:
** The German version has things kickstarted by reckless air pilots deciding to [[WhatAnIdiot shoot down the balloons]], which is misconstrued as a show of force by other nations. Greedy war ministers bang the drums out of self-interest, and what follows is a conflict that lasts ''[[UpToEleven ninety-nine years]]'', devastating the world. The protagonist lives in the ruins of a city destroyed in the war, and is telling the song as a [[HowWeGotHere flashback]].
** The English version has a [[ForWantOfANail faulty early warning system]] identify the balloons as an incoming missile, causing both sides to scramble jets out of panic and escalate things into all-out nuclear war. It adds an extra GutPunch by including a friend/love interest of the protagonist who helped to release the balloons - itís implied they became a casualty, with the protagonist [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone wracked with guilt]] over indirectly causing their death.

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* ''99 Luftballons'' / ''99 Red Balloons'' by Music/{{Nena}} deals with the aftermath if of a war caused by the protagonist releasing helium balloons into the sky, which are being mistaken for enemy craft. Both versions are downers in different ways:
** The German version has things kickstarted by reckless air pilots deciding to [[WhatAnIdiot shoot down the balloons]], which is misconstrued as a show of force by other nations. Greedy war ministers bang the drums stir up conflict out of self-interest, and what follows is a conflict war that lasts ''[[UpToEleven ninety-nine years]]'', devastating the world. The protagonist lives in the ruins of a city destroyed in the war, city, and is telling the song as a [[HowWeGotHere flashback]].
** The English version has a [[ForWantOfANail faulty early warning system]] identify the balloons as an incoming missile, causing both sides to scramble jets out of panic and escalate things into all-out nuclear war. It adds an extra GutPunch by including a friend/love interest of stating the protagonist who helped to release and a friend released the balloons - itís implied they became a casualty, the friend was killed somehow, with the protagonist [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone wracked with guilt]] over indirectly causing their death.


* ''99 Luftballons'' / ''99 Red Balloons'' by Music/{{Nena}} has the protagonists launching 99 balloons and this triggers nuclear war.

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* ''99 Luftballons'' / ''99 Red Balloons'' by Music/{{Nena}} has deals with the protagonists launching 99 aftermath if a war caused by the protagonist releasing helium balloons into the sky, which are mistaken for enemy craft. Both versions are downers in different ways:
** The German version has things kickstarted by reckless air pilots deciding to [[WhatAnIdiot shoot down the balloons]], which is misconstrued as a show of force by other nations. Greedy war ministers bang the drums out of self-interest,
and this triggers what follows is a conflict that lasts ''[[UpToEleven ninety-nine years]]'', devastating the world. The protagonist lives in the ruins of a city destroyed in the war, and is telling the song as a [[HowWeGotHere flashback]].
** The English version has a [[ForWantOfANail faulty early warning system]] identify the balloons as an incoming missile, causing both sides to scramble jets out of panic and escalate things into all-out
nuclear war.war. It adds an extra GutPunch by including a friend/love interest of the protagonist who helped to release the balloons - itís implied they became a casualty, with the protagonist [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone wracked with guilt]] over indirectly causing their death.


* Music/{{Garbage}} also likes to end their albums with a really depressing song (so far: "Milk", "You Look So Fine", "So Like a Rose", "Happy Home" and "Beloved Freak").

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* Music/{{Garbage}} also likes to end their albums with a really depressing song (so far: "Milk", "You Look So Fine", "So Like a Rose", "Happy Home" and Home", "Beloved Freak").Freak" and "Amends").

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* "I Can Never Go Home Anymore" also by the Shangri-Las. The girl who angrily ran away from home can't go back, because her mother has died.

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