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    Posted: June 17 2010 at 21:02
What is the most scary in prog?
For me, any song of The Residents scares me...
Shub Niggurath is pretty disturbing too, but not as The Third Reich'n Roll
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The trial by pink floyd for me
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Run Home Slow Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: June 17 2010 at 21:29
Try Gog / Magog on Peter Hammill's In Camera
Excellent and scary :-)
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Love Beach. Yeah, I know that joke's old. In all seriousness, I might have to agree with Clutch. Tangerine Dream know how to make horror movie background music like no one else.
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Fantomas' Delirium Cordia: music representing surgery without anesthesia.
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In all seriousness, Revolution 9 does it for me
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One of my first musical loves was the dark and scary world of early industrial music. Albums by Throbbing Gristle, Coil, Skinny Puppy, SPK, Current 93 and Nurse With Wound can be downright terrifying... just the way I like it!
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I agree about Shub-Niggurath's Les morts vont vite.

Also, Guapo's Black Oni.

Although I don't find any music scary.  The above two albums are just dark really.
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Originally posted by UndercoverBoy UndercoverBoy wrote:



My first choice! Well, since it was taken:


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This album also scared the crap out of me






Edited by Captain Clutch - June 17 2010 at 22:11
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Strange, I've never found Van Der Graaf Generator's music to be scary.  I could see why "The Clot Thickens" could be a little chilling, but other than that, nothing to disturbing.

Now, this on the other hand:

It also happens to be brilliant, too.  Also, "Interstellar Overdrive" and "A Saucerful of Secrets" made me panic the first time I listened to them back when my ears were young and inexperienced.
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Originally posted by UndercoverBoy UndercoverBoy wrote:

Strange, I've never found Van Der Graaf Generator's music to be scary.  I could see why "The Clot Thickens" could be a little chilling, but other than that, nothing to disturbing.

Even the "Cog" section of "Lemmings"?

 
Originally posted by UndercoverBoy UndercoverBoy wrote:



Also, "Interstellar Overdrive" and "A Saucerful of Secrets" made me panic the first time I listened to them back when my ears were young and inexperienced.


When I heard Roger belt out the scream for the first time on "Careful With That Axe, Eugene" on the Ummagumma Live disc, I just about jumped out of my skin.
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As beautiful as maudlin of the Well can be, both Bath and Leaving Your Body Map have some pretty freaky sections. Confused
 
Also, 'Welcome to the Machine'... very creepy song.
    
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Originally posted by squire4001 squire4001 wrote:

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The Residents' music seems purely satirical to me; I can't listen to any of their albums without laughing, especially Third Reich.

I mean, come on. If their cover of "Horse With No Name" isn't the most hilarious song ever put to record, then I don't know what is.
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A Louse Is Not a Home - Peter Hammill comes to mind at first but once I think about it The Wall kind of scared me first listen.  It's an unsettling concept for a rock album truthfully.

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I'm surprised nobody mentioned Klaus Schulze's first two albums. Those two just give me nightmares. Also, Iced Earth's "Dante's Inferno", although not prog per se, is still pretty damn scary. Let's not forget "Lark's Tongue in Aspic, Pt. 1"- I always feel the part after the percussion intro is the soundtrack to someone going to hell. Oh jeez, there's too much creepy prog out there lol. 
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