Playlist: Paranormal Activity (Ideal Soundtrack)
Thu, 08 Oct 2009 10:43:45
Paranormal Activity is the scariest film of the past decade and one of the year's best movies.
Like a demon, it takes up residency inside your conscience and rips and tears at every last shard of sanity—until you're thoroughly, completely and utterly terrified beyond belief. Since it's the best movie about possession to ever come out, ARTISTdirect.com editor Rick Florino compiled the perfect playlist for the film.
This is the ideal soundtrack for Paranormal Activity, featuring the best anthems of the devil, drugs and bad dreams ever recorded. The only thing scarier would be the licensing cost for all of these KILLER songs…
Check out Rick Florino's Paranormal Activity playlist below and demand the film NOW! After one-million demands it will infect theaters everywhere, and you too won't be able to sleep.
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Rick Florino's Paranormal Activity Playlist:
1. Slipknot — "Purity"
A "love song" about a dead girl in a box…only Slipknot could write a song this entrancing and hypnotic about a subject so sickening and evil. Corey Taylor's voice engages during the chorus, while ripping a hole right through your soul during the bridge. The paranoia, sense of lost love and connection to good ole Lucifer make this best song for Paranormal Activity's most emotionally charged freak-out scenes.
2. Deftones — "Rikets"
Chino Moreno questions sanity, himself and basically everything else over a twisted and gnashing guttural riff. As he screams in demonic fashion over a wall of distortion, any apparition would smirk at his unbridled pain. It fits the film's scenes where characters end up running from the unknown.
3. Korn — "Helmet In the Bush"
As James "Munky" Shaffer cuts through a woozy detuned riff, Jonathan Davis pleads to God for the chance to sleep this one night away without more torment. That's half the premise of Paranormal Activity right there!
4. Metallica — "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)"
The song's slow build-up into a thrash massacre mirror's Paranormal Activity's catatonic to chaotic flow all too perfectly. Plus, this is just one of the greatest metal songs—EVER.
5. Slayer — "Bloodline"
It's Slayer. It talks about killing people and dreams. Need I say more. Again, it's Slayer…all you need to know…
6. Pantera — "By Demons Be Driven"
Phil Anselmo never sounded more possessed as he tears through a refrain given to him by Satan and fueled by Dimebag Darrell's inimitable fretwork.
7. Acid Bath — "Venus Blue"
Dax Riggs asks, "How much more must we bleed her?" As Paranormal Activity's Katie Featherstone inches further away from sanity, the question resounds like a demon's voice in the wind.
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