Special Sub-Topic: Evil Creatures in Music
|Which band stayed in "Hotel California" only to have their souls trapped?|
The Eagles. The Eagles' most well known song, "Hotel California" is about someone getting trapped in a haunted hotel.
|Make sure to beware of a full moon, this singer warns us that the "Werewolves of London" are out on the prowl.|
Warren Zevon. Warren Zevon was awarded a Grammy Lifetime Acheivement award for his work in music after he passed away in 2003.
|More Werewolves, only this time every member of this band is becoming "A Wolf Like Me"|
TV On The Radio. This is from TV on the Radio's sophmore record "Escape From Cookie Mountain."
|Which band went "Hunting For Witches" in 2007? |
Bloc Party. This song is off of Bloc Party's second album "A Weekend in the City."
|Which band believes that all people are vampires in their song, "Perhaps Vampires are a bit strong but..."|
Arctic Monkeys. Off of the Arctic Monkey's debut album "Whatever you Say I Am, That's What I'm Not." This song is actually about fake people and their doubts, but it is a good analogy.
|What Singer/Songwriter writes a song worrying that "They Are Night Zombies!! They are Neighbors, They Came back from the Dead, AHH!"? |
Sufjan Stevens. This is off of "Illinoise" one of Sufjan Stevens' planned 50 concept albums for 50 states.
|What San Fransisco Band's lead singer is a "Friend of The Devil?"|
Grateful Dead. The Grateful Dead were a great 60's band that helped create the "San Fransisco Sound", the song "Friend of The Devil" is of of "American Beauty."
|What band just wants some love from a "Little Ghost?"|
The White Stripes. Off of "Get Behind Me Satan", Jack White is now working with his side project, The Raconteurs
|What band sang the tale of a "Subterranean Homesick Alien?"|
Radiohead. This is off of "OK Computer," the song title is based off of "Subterranean Homesick Blues" by Bob Dylan.
|Which band summarized the feeling of "Terror!" that we would have if a monster attacked?|
The Rakes. The Rakes were part of the "New Wave Revival" movement in the UK.
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