Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Music to kill by

Here is my list of the Top Ten songs (with links to videos) that provides the perfect theme music to play in the head of any serial killer while he or she goes about their work:

10) Every Breath You Take - The Police

9) Eyes Without A Face - Billy Idol

8) If I Was Invisible - Clay Aiken

7) Evergreen - Barbra Streisand

6) Love Is A Stranger - Eurythmics

5) Gotta Get Back - Shelby Lynne

4) A World Without Love - Peter and Gordon

3) Makin' It - David Naughton

2) The Look of Love - Sergio Mendez and Brasil '66

1) Possession - Sarah McLaughlin

12 comments:

  1. You missed a couple, sir.

    - "Lighting Strikes" - Lou Christie (Lou never could take "No.")
    - "The Rain" - Oran "Juice" Jones (Not as well known perhaps, but the stalker quotient is high enough to qualify.)

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  2. In this scary songs list, every breath you take is at number 3!

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  3. Now I will kill you for putting Makin' It in my head.

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  4. This is my scary list. And I wanted ones that are not, except for Billy Idol, obviously about or meant for psychos.

    "Every Breath You Take" is one of the most misunderstood songs ever, "Eyes without a face" is again not understood, because no one ever actually listens to the lyrics.

    And "Possession" is inspired by true events.

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  5. This is a superb list. I can just see some deranged guy in a clown suit, singing #4 while slicing some lady's skin off.

    I always thought Bacharach's "What the World Needs Now" was pretty creepy, too.

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  6. So you have a Beatles' picture but no loving for their song Maxwell's Silver Hammer which is actually about a serial killer?

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  7. Again, not obviously about killers, like Bohemian Rhapsody or the Care Bears theme song.

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  8. "Run For Your Life" by the Beatles. Nothing says love like obsession and death threats. The title seems like the perfect stalking song for the serial killer to hum while on a mission.

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  9. If yer gonna add The Police to this list then "Murder By Numbers" would have been better, ha ha ha!

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  10. Thomas L. Strickland - The Rain! Man, that song is weird. It sadly does not, however, meet 'stak's non-obviousness criteria.

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  11. If the song is generally misunderstood, like with "Every Breath" then it would.

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  12. "Makin'It"? Because of the werewolf thing?

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