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Day 1: Your favorite song.
Day 2: A song that makes you cry.
Day 3: A song that makes you dance.
Day 4: Your favorite male singer.
Day 5: Your favorite female singer.
Day 6: Your favorite band.
Day 7: One band/singer you're ashamed to admit you like.
Day 8: One band/singer whose popularity you will never understand.
Day 9: A song that reminds you of an ex.
Day 10: A song that reminds you of your father.
Day 11: A song that reminds you of your mother.
Day 12: A song that makes you want to have sex.
Day 13: A song you sing in the shower.
Day 14: A song from the year you were born.
Day 15: A song you liked in high school.
Day 16: The first song in your mp3 folder.
Day 17: The last song in your mp3 folder.
Day 18: An instrumental song you like.
Day 19: Your favorite love song.
Day 20: Your favorite breakup song.
Day 21: A song that makes you want to break stuff.
Day 22: Your favorite song from a movie.
Day 23: Your favorite duet.
Day 24: Your favorite cover song.
Day 25: Your favorite song from 2010 (so far)
Day 26: Your favorite music video.
Day 27: One song in your mp3 folder you're pretty sure no one else has.
Day 28: One song that needs to never be played again.
Day 29: One song that gives you the creeps.
Day 30: A song you'd like played at your funeral.


Day 29: One song that gives you the creeps.
Tori Amos - "'97 Bonnie & Clyde"

Tori did an album of all covers because she had to release a few more albums to get out of her contract with a record company that was treating her unfairly and she didn't want their dirty mitts all over her own material. So it was a concept album, each song was a song written by a man, but re-told from the voice of woman instead.

In the case of this song, a song originally by Eminem, it's a song about a guy killing his ex-wife and then disposing of the body and bringing their young daughter along for the journey and making her feel like an accomplice, which is the most disturbing part. But instead of it being from the perspective of the man, the killer, it's the perspective of the wife who is now dead in the trunk of the car and hearing the words her murdering ex-husband is saying to their little girl. As if the song wasn't disturbing enough originally, as Eminem is living out a fantasy of killing his ex-wife because he's so mad at her, now we see it from the perspective of a woman with a psychopathic ex-husband and as a mother knowing her young daughter will grow up with him and how it will affect her.

It's creepy beyond belief and I try not to listen to it very often. But the creepiness is exactly what she was going for with it, she wanted to reveal just how disturbing this music can be, and show the consequences of some of the male rage in music. And as you might remember, back in 2001 when this album was released, there was a heck of a lot of that on the airwaves.

Date: 2010-09-24 10:45 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] verucagonff.livejournal.com
That track is incredibly creepy.

Date: 2010-09-24 05:08 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] enna.livejournal.com
You're tellin' me! This answer was a no-brainer.

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