Special Sub-Topic: Creepy Rock Songs!
|Rob Zombie is known for his creepy songs, hence the name. One of them is his first solo single after disbanding White Zombie. Which song of his includes the following lyrics?
"Dig through the ditches
Burn through the witches
I slam in the back of my
Dragula. "Dragula" was released on Rob Zombies' first album, released in 1998. Rob Zombie is known for his creepy rock/metal songs. The song's name is named after Grandpa Munster's car on the TV show "The Munsters".
|Although not known for their creepy rock songs Green Day made a quick and snappy just over one minute hardcore punk song called "Take Back". Can you finish the lyrics?
"Stick a knife in the center of your back
You better grow some eyes in the back of your head
I fight dirty, just like ______"|
your looks. "Take Back" was released on their 1997 album, "Nimrod". The album featured their usual punk rock sound but they also experimented with styles such as hardcore and ska.
|Although the lyrics aren't haunted the riff sure is. The song is The Offspring's "Vultures". Which album is "Vultures" taken from?|
Conspiracy Of One. The album was given fairly average reviews. Although the song "Vultures" is creepy, it is in my opinion the best on the album. The album includes "Original Prankster" and the ultra-cheesy pop punk classic, "Want You Bad"!
|Ozzy Osbourne is known for his creepy songs, but his 2007 effort "Black Rain" featured a very creepy lyrical song. Which song are the following lyrics taken from?
"Can't sleep cause you've made your own bed
The sentence of the helpless
Sink deep to the trial in your head
The court of the selfish"
Trap Door. "Trap Door" finished off Ozzy's 2007 album, "Black Rain". He used to be a member of Black Sabbath and sung vocals on songs such as "War Pigs" and "Paranoid", with "Paranoid" being a song he still plays solo today!
|"Die, Die My Darling" is a horror punk song. Which band recorded the ORIGINAL version of the song?|
Misfits. The Misfits are a horror punk band. Glenn Danzig, who now plays for Danzig was a member of the band. "Die, Die My Darling" was covered by Metallica and Aiden. AFI used to be a hardcore punk band.
|The lyrics are quite creepy, just like most grunge songs. "Them Bones" was released by Alice In Chains, but which album did it come from?|
Dirt. "Dirt" was released in 1992 and is one of the most famous albums of the grunge movement. "I believe them bones are me" are some haunted lyrics from the song.
|Alice Cooper's hit "Poison" was certainly a creepy song. Which year was it released?|
1989. "Poison" was an Alice Cooper song released on his 1989 album, "Trash". "Poison" is a famous hit and one of his most popular songs.
|Lordi won the Eurovision song contest. On the same album as their hit "Hard rock Hallelujah", they had a weird song title. What was on their buffet?|
Chainsaw. Mmm... yummy. "The Chainsaw Buffet" was released on their 2006 album, "The Arockalypse". Other songs on the album include "Supermonstars" and "Bringing Back The Balls To Rock".
|Now, what would a creepy quiz be without the King Of Creep, Marilyn Manson? One of my favourite of his was the cover of "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)", who recorded the original?|
Eurythmics. I could really imagine Marilyn Manson singing "Wannabe"... "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)" is a cover of the Eurythmics song released in 1983. Marilyn Manson covered it on "Smells Like Children" 13 years later.
|It had to be Iron Maiden who finished this off. Can you name the song from the following lyrics:
"Honey it's getting close to midnight
And all the myths are still in town"?
Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter. "Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter" was released on Iron Maiden's 1990 album, "No Prayer For The Dying". "Holy Smoke" was also included on the album.
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