Spookiest Songs of All TimeLightningStrike
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The beginning of the song reversed clearly says "Turn me on, dead man. Turn me on dead man." This has been linked to many things, but the two most popular belifs are:
a) A coincedince or b) Related to the "paul is dead" rumor. Spooky!
Yeah, I know right? How could such a good band make such a creepy song? Well, Whatever you do, please listen to this song in the morning. - LightningStrike
Top 10 material.
Don't miss this one - Jon Oliva knows how to do it. - Metal_Treasure
Just play the sample - Metal_Treasure
Mostly the intro (play the sample) - Metal_Treasure
Thanks for mentioning me, LightningStrike. It's a great song. But I honestly wouldn't say it's spooky. At least not for me.
Blind Guardian songs with some "spooky factor" are: Sacred Mind, Bright Eyes, Altair 4 (I added them to the list) - Metal_Treasure
How the hell is this spooky?
I would like to thank Metal_Treasure for showing me this album. It's great. - LightningStrike
In the first 2 minutes, esp. 1:00-2:00, vox are very ghostly and creepy. This song section is equipped with relevant lyrics:
"Can I show you fear?
Don't move, don't turn, don't come too close as I...
Burn down this place
My spirit will set it all on fire!
Would you like to meet the tyrant in the twilight zone? " - Metal_Treasure
A better way to watch Nightmare Before Christmas! - LightningStrike
Nah, it's not that spooky to be honest.
"Watching you, Watching you, Watching you, Watching you" - Metal_Treasure
The riff sounds like a monster chasing you, especially when they play only the riff in the middle of the song. - Metal_Treasure
Imagine hearing this on acid...
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