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PostPosted: Wed Jul 11, 2007 10:54 pm 
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I listened to Horizon from Poland on the ipod in bed last night in thr dark. It was quite scary and for me its the most haunting piece of music TD have writtern. At one point about half way through I was tempted to turn the light on but decided not to a scared myself a bit longer. I'd like to know what music gives other fans the creeps ?


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I listened to Horizon from Poland on the ipod in bed last night in thr dark. It was quite scary and for me its the most haunting piece of music TD have writtern. At one point about half way through I was tempted to turn the light on but decided not to a scared myself a bit longer. I'd like to know what music gives other fans the creeps ?


Some amazingly scary stuff on "The Keep" have a listen to "Supernatural Accomplice" with Edgars vocoded voice........not recommended listening in the local graveyard at night :twisted: :oops:

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Oh it not that Scary.

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Oh it not that Scary.

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It is if you are of a nervous disposition,i certainly would not want to be crawling through the graveyard on a pitch dark night with the sound of that wafting through the rustling trees :shock: ........no thanks :oops:

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I was out waliking the mutt a couple of winters ago. I had Rubycon on my walkman. I went through the darkest part of the walk just as pt.2 started. Nearly had kittens when the mutt started barking at something. My dear wife doesn't like the first 4 minutes of the afformentioned track. Being honest though there isn't really anything I would say was scary. I remember falling asleep to Alan Parsons Project..tales of mystery and imagination. I jumped out of my shirt at the first thunder peal on The Fall of the House of Usher. Atem can be a wee bit creepy in the dark.


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I once placed my stereo speakers on my front porch one Halloween and played Nebulous Dawn from Zeit -- scared one poor 4-year-old girl to death. And a local haunted house tour played Green Desert outside the building to lure customers. Both have their creepy moments, I think.

Other spooky bits: Origin of Supernatural Probabilities from Zeit, much of Near Dark, Airshaft from Wavelength.

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I once placed my stereo speakers on my front porch one Halloween and played Nebulous Dawn from Zeit -- scared one poor 4-year-old girl to death. And a local haunted house tour played Green Desert outside the building to lure customers. Both have their creepy moments, I think.

Other spooky bits: Origin of Supernatural Probabilities from Zeit, much of Near Dark, Airshaft from Wavelength.


Near dark yes is quite creepy

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You bunch of wooses ! :lol: :lol: :lol:


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The most scary track from TD, is the live version of Wall Street with the saxophone duo.


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You bunch of wooses ! :lol: :lol: :lol:


Tim

Have a couple of heavy nights on the razz dont drink on the third night and walk the cemetary with "Supernatuaral Accomplice" playing while your head is trying to overcome the hee bee gee bees from the previous two nights excesses......Im sure you would join our bunch of wooses :wink:

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timer wrote:
You bunch of wooses ! :lol: :lol: :lol:


Tim

Have a couple of heavy nights on the razz dont drink on the third night and walk the cemetary with "Supernatuaral Accomplice" playing while your head is trying to overcome the hee bee gee bees from the previous two nights excesses......Im sure you would join our bunch of wooses :wink:


Nowing my luck round here Id get mugged before getting to a church yard !.


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Remind me to dodge Shepton Mallett in future :mrgreen:

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epsilon75 wrote:
Remind me to dodge Shepton Mallett in future :mrgreen:


You are more than welcome to visit anytime Colin, i'll get the inmates back to Garston Jail before you arrive !


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Pertou wrote:
The most scary track from TD, is the live version of Wall Street with the saxophone duo.


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Unfortunately, I read that after a taking a large mouthful of coffee. LMAO + coffee = mess!

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I'd have to nominate Wahn from Atem. More disturbing than scary perhaps? :)

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