* "Lullaby," which a review described as: "Probably the only song about being eaten alive, that people heard on the radio outside the month of October."
*** In fact, the album opens up with the lines: "It doesn't matter if we all die." Touching.
*** It gets worse. The last track, "Pornography," is filled with dissonant guitars, gloomy synths, backward snippets of unknown clips, and Smith's depressing vocals. Probably making it the band's darkest and scariest song. If you do sleep to it, you're more than likely to get jolted awake by the ear splitting feedback at the very end.
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