November 2013 Discussion Post: The Creepypasta/Music Connection

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"November 2013 Discussion Post: The Creepypasta/Music Connection"

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This month’s topic was suggested by Predhead. He may not be an official co-admin anymore, but he still lurks and (kinda) loves you guys!

We’ve had posts about creepy video games and movies, and this post is similar – but not entirely. We want to hear about your favorite “creepy” music, but with some specific questions thrown in to the mix:

  1. What do you listen to (if anything) while you read and/or write Creepypastas? Do you have a specific playlist or band that you feel helps to amp up the creepy atmosphere and/or give your creepy creativity a boost? Tell us about it!
  2. Do you have any songs that you consider the “theme song” for a specific Creepypasta or Creepypasta character?
  3. We’ve had a few instances of songs being used as the basis for a pasta (see “The Girl” as an example); can you think of any songs or albums that you think would make for prime inspiration material?
  4. Have you ever produced any Creepypasta-inspired music? I know that some people on YouTube have posted songs that are about certain characters or meant to create a good ambience for reading pastas; if you do this, please feel free to link to your work in the comments!

Have fun, and thanks to anyone who contributes to this month’s topic!

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