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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by studio, Nov 11, 2016.
Shes leaving home does tear me up.
This same guy shot a man in Reno one time (only one shot?) (hah) just to watch him die. What's with this guy anyway?
"Space Oddity" not the original sixties psych version but the 1979 "Psycho" version.
Bowie always said that "Space Oddity" and "Ashes to ashes" were to be the follow up of one song to the other, this version of "Space Oddity" shows that link to devastatingly creepy effect.
I like the calm vocals that add to the creep level.
I just didn't see the end coming and it, to me, is one of the best "Aha!" moments in music.
Beautiful piece of music sinister lyrics
I wrote one myself, called "Suicide Ain't Right". It's a pretty good song, and I play and sing it sometimes, alone, but it will probably never see the light of an audience. Too deeply too disturbing.
Kansas "Dust In The Wind" Beautiful music depressing lyrics from a reality I'd hate to be in.
RIP Curly Putman. His other big song.
That's a silly song for sure, but "deeply disturbing" seems to be stretching it a bit.
Paul Simon's "Armistice Day".
I find this deeply, deeply disturbing.
Hey nonny ding dong, alang, alang, alang
Boom ba-doh, ba-doo, ba-doodle-ay
Now that right there is coming out of a mind that is twisted beyond repair.
I first heard the Shaboom song in the mid 50s and it's been reverberating to and fro between my ears ever since. The thing should have been abolished before it could have ever seen the light of day. It's just not right I tells ya, just not right.
Ode to Billy Joe - Bobby Gentry
The Man in the Jar - The Sensational Alex Harvey Band
Too Much Blood - The Rolling Stones
Most heavy metal is disturbing to me. Any of these adjectives followed by the word metal: black, avant-garde, extreme, doom, thrash, glam, groove, power, speed, drone, sludge; ad infinitum, ad nauseam!
John Wayne Gacy, Jr. — Sufjan Stevens
China Girl — Bowie
Oh Comely — Neutral Milk Hotel
Caleb Meyer — Gillian Welch
Horse Head Fiddle — 16 Horsepower
The pairing of The Nurse Who Loved Me and Pet on A Perfect Circle's album Thirteenth Step
Yes to Frankie Teardrop.
My list could go on for a long, long time. I like unsettling music.
Song that freaks me out the most is
D.O.A. by Bloodrock.
Honorable mention goes to
Ballad of The Hip Death Goddess by The Ultimate Spinach
and cant forget...
One of These Days by Pink Floyd.
haven't heard it in a while, the intro gave me chills. But this immediately came to mind.