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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by HotRodSteve, Jul 11, 2020.
This tune is disturbing to me, what do you have?
Really? I’m gonna pull my punches because its a moderated forum. Too many to mention if it wasn’t.
I’ll just leave this here and dip out.
Loud, in the dark, this creeps me out...
One of my fave Nick Cave tracks.
Probably something by the Brainbombs...too gross and disturbing to post here. Or maybe Kenny G.
'The Battle of Evermore' has always creeped me out, especially when I was a kid
I guess it depends on your state of mind.
Much of Nick's output, and The Birthday Party/Boys Next Door before that, should be disturbing, but in a good way.
I have problems driving a car while listening to "The Firstborn is Dead" or "From Her to Eternity" - they're too intense and distract me from the driving task, but I love both albums to death!
You want disturbing? Tori Amos - Me and a Gun.
Bryan Ferry still scares me ...
Beyond disturbing to me.
I like this... in 60 seconds bursts. Kind of a Metal Machine Music vibe. It also kinda reminds me of the "experimental" computerised music we made at college when we were in an "experimental" state of mind.
"Never Learn Not To Love" -Beach Boys.
Really by Charlie Manson and originally titled, "Cease To Exist."
(how Manson-ite is that haha!?)
HIGHLY produced/fancied up. appropriately Dennis Wilson sings it, who hung with Charlie up through 1968ish.
(I remember reading one of the UK music trades or even Rolling Stone back then, Wilson commenting to the press when he got off the plane in England that he has... "a wizard" he seeks enlightenment from. Who do you think that was, Phil Spector haha?).
Manson's original version was just him and an acoustic, kind of bluesy.
Looks like the guy from hanatarash drove a bulldozer through a venue, cut a dead cat with a machete, and some more random mayhem.
Apparently, you had to sign a waiver when you saw them live saying you won't sue if you got hurt.
These guys are fantastic:
Many folks find this one disturbing, to the point they blasted this tune all night long in special survival training when I was in the AF (as part of the mental 'torture'), but they didn't figure a few of us would be into Frank Z: