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 Music that I associate with the mythos
Vinyl Asylum
 Posted: Jan 18 2015, 10:52 PM
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El Dorado by Iron Maiden- Jack of All

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lwrg2u_gCM


FEAR MYTHOS BLOGS
-David's Dream Journal
(http://ofnightmaresanddreams.blogspot.com/)
-Calls of the Silent Forsaken
(http://hearthemcallingfromoutside.blogspot.com/)
-Aboard the Dreadnaught (http://inthehallsofdeathsship.blogspot.com/)
SLENDER MAN MYTHOS BLOGS
-Pictures of Nature
(http://imagesfromtheworldaroundus.blogspot.com/)
NONFICTION BLOGS
-Musings
(https://www.tumblr.com/blog/musingsonhorrorandotherstuff)
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Themanwhocreatedjazz
 Posted: Jan 23 2015, 04:21 PM
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When I listen to Crossroad by Robert Johnson it reminds me of Jack of All, probably because of the devil legend attached to it.


The Fears In Mythology - Looking at the Fears Mythological counterparts (sort of)
Behind The Bookshelf - Some short stories based upon my dreams.
My Father's Notebook - Some short stories about the Fear Mythos
Cutting Up The Fear Mythos - Applying the cut up technique to the Fear Mythos
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TeaTimeTraitor
 Posted: Jan 28 2015, 06:19 PM
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I have seven different playlists for seven different specific Fears.

(Well, technically eight, if you count my playlist for Tea Time with the Traitor)

I have:
~ I Know Everything About You (Smiling Man, very heavy on electronic/instrumental music)
~ Isolate and Save You From Yourself (I can't remember which one this was pinned to, but there's a lot more classical rock and prog in the list)
~ Let's Make a Bargain (Jack of All, folk and classical rock)
~ Preludes and Nocturnes (Grotesque, classical rock, electronic, instrumental soundtrack)
~ Primordial Beings (The Deep and the Quiet, instrumental and New Age)
~ Sickness and Health (Plague Doctor, Krautrock, indie, and instrumental)
~ What the Water Gave me (EAT, indie, female vocalists, and minimalist composers)


~ Pulling off Masks (complete) ~ Tea Time with the Traitor (on hiatus) ~ Mine Eyes Have Seen (active)

One day I'll actually finish up everything else, as well
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theJOKER
 Posted: Feb 3 2015, 04:20 PM
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QUOTE (Vinyl Asylum @ Jan 10 2015, 05:10 PM)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mivg-F4UYko

Computer God by Black Sabbath seems very fitting for the more "digital" aspects of the Manufactured Newborn like the Thoughtborn.

And Joker, Night Surgeon was named in a really old thread I started, but I see no reason why not to post it here as that thread is unlikely to be seen by many ever again.  :P


Alright, I knew it seemed familiar. The Stage Version works really well for Oath Breakers as well.

One more:

EAT-21st Century Cure!/Zydrate Anatomy "Ichor comes in a little glass vial!"


"You need people like me so you can point your fuckin' fingers and say, "That's the bad guy." "

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Themanwhocreatedjazz
 Posted: Feb 18 2015, 11:59 AM
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The creepy crying/laughing of the child at the start of Anal Staircase by Coil reminds me of the Wooden Girl or Smiling Man


The Fears In Mythology - Looking at the Fears Mythological counterparts (sort of)
Behind The Bookshelf - Some short stories based upon my dreams.
My Father's Notebook - Some short stories about the Fear Mythos
Cutting Up The Fear Mythos - Applying the cut up technique to the Fear Mythos
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theJOKER
 Posted: Mar 20 2015, 03:56 PM
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The Protomen: Act 2-The Father of Death.
Go pick a song from it. 75% chance it will work with the manufactured newborn or some other fear (any Joe song could go burning bride).


"You need people like me so you can point your fuckin' fingers and say, "That's the bad guy." "

I am the world first Moral Absurdist. I noticed that there was not a philosophical term as such, so I coined it. Moral Absurdism: The belief that the concepts of "good" and evil" do not exist, and that morality is a sham, yet deciding to embrace the absurdity of that and hold a moral system anyways. The logical conclusion of nihilism. See also: Absurdism, Existentialism.
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TheSomnambulist
 Posted: Mar 20 2015, 11:51 PM
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Heh I remember EG was making a blog that was essentially a Fear Mythos version of the story of ACT II of Protomen.

S'called The Good Doctor I believe.


I'm not crazy I just use a different definition of sanity...

The Forum Blunt Instrument. "Because sometimes the only way to get through to someone is with a sledgehammer."

Archon of Chaos.

Leader of the Cult of Filik.

Amalgam series goes in this order
Prestidigitation>Urban Malefic>The World Through These Eyeholes>Cold and Lonely Days>Metaphysical Fiction and Dawghouse>No Gods No Masters>Unlikely World>Epilogic
>Cresting The Wave

Extra stories that tie into The Somniverse at points and are not linked in the stories.
Sing to me Songs of The darkness>The One and Only
Last Rites
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Themanwhocreatedjazz
 Posted: Apr 5 2015, 07:05 AM
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The Bottom Feeder by Nurse With Wound makes me think of the Manufactured Newborn.



The Fears In Mythology - Looking at the Fears Mythological counterparts (sort of)
Behind The Bookshelf - Some short stories based upon my dreams.
My Father's Notebook - Some short stories about the Fear Mythos
Cutting Up The Fear Mythos - Applying the cut up technique to the Fear Mythos
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Vinyl Asylum
 Posted: Apr 6 2015, 01:02 AM
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QUOTE (TeaTimeTraitor @ Jan 28 2015, 01:19 PM)
I have seven different playlists for seven different specific Fears.

(Well, technically eight, if you count my playlist for Tea Time with the Traitor)

I have:
~ I Know Everything About You (Smiling Man, very heavy on electronic/instrumental music)
~ Isolate and Save You From Yourself (I can't remember which one this was pinned to, but there's a lot more classical rock and prog in the list)
~ Let's Make a Bargain (Jack of All, folk and classical rock)
~ Preludes and Nocturnes (Grotesque, classical rock, electronic, instrumental soundtrack)
~ Primordial Beings (The Deep and the Quiet, instrumental and New Age)
~ Sickness and Health (Plague Doctor, Krautrock, indie, and instrumental)
~ What the Water Gave me (EAT, indie, female vocalists, and minimalist composers)


Can you reveal what's on some of these playlists? They sound really interesting.


FEAR MYTHOS BLOGS
-David's Dream Journal
(http://ofnightmaresanddreams.blogspot.com/)
-Calls of the Silent Forsaken
(http://hearthemcallingfromoutside.blogspot.com/)
-Aboard the Dreadnaught (http://inthehallsofdeathsship.blogspot.com/)
SLENDER MAN MYTHOS BLOGS
-Pictures of Nature
(http://imagesfromtheworldaroundus.blogspot.com/)
NONFICTION BLOGS
-Musings
(https://www.tumblr.com/blog/musingsonhorrorandotherstuff)
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theJOKER
 Posted: Apr 20 2015, 03:59 PM
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QUOTE (TheSomnambulist @ Mar 20 2015, 04:51 PM)
Heh I remember EG was making a blog that was essentially a Fear Mythos version of the story of ACT II of Protomen.

S'called The Good Doctor I believe.


Is it still up? I'd like to read it.


"You need people like me so you can point your fuckin' fingers and say, "That's the bad guy." "

I am the world first Moral Absurdist. I noticed that there was not a philosophical term as such, so I coined it. Moral Absurdism: The belief that the concepts of "good" and evil" do not exist, and that morality is a sham, yet deciding to embrace the absurdity of that and hold a moral system anyways. The logical conclusion of nihilism. See also: Absurdism, Existentialism.
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Themanwhocreatedjazz
 Posted: Jul 12 2015, 02:41 PM
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Most Nurse With Wound stuff.


The Fears In Mythology - Looking at the Fears Mythological counterparts (sort of)
Behind The Bookshelf - Some short stories based upon my dreams.
My Father's Notebook - Some short stories about the Fear Mythos
Cutting Up The Fear Mythos - Applying the cut up technique to the Fear Mythos
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theJOKER
 Posted: Jul 25 2015, 03:56 PM
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This kind of goes without saying, but "Red Right Hand" by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds for Jack of All.


"You need people like me so you can point your fuckin' fingers and say, "That's the bad guy." "

I am the world first Moral Absurdist. I noticed that there was not a philosophical term as such, so I coined it. Moral Absurdism: The belief that the concepts of "good" and evil" do not exist, and that morality is a sham, yet deciding to embrace the absurdity of that and hold a moral system anyways. The logical conclusion of nihilism. See also: Absurdism, Existentialism.
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Dr0Shadow
 Posted: Jul 25 2015, 04:46 PM
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OneRepublic's All the right moves reminds me of the runner plight.
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theJOKER
 Posted: Nov 18 2015, 05:21 AM
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"Confrontation" from Jekyll&Hyde for Mother of Snakes. Big Time. Especially the visuals from the 2013 revival.


"You need people like me so you can point your fuckin' fingers and say, "That's the bad guy." "

I am the world first Moral Absurdist. I noticed that there was not a philosophical term as such, so I coined it. Moral Absurdism: The belief that the concepts of "good" and evil" do not exist, and that morality is a sham, yet deciding to embrace the absurdity of that and hold a moral system anyways. The logical conclusion of nihilism. See also: Absurdism, Existentialism.
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