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#1
Can it?

I once had this stint when I used to listen to the Doors. I had to quit for a while, because it was making me think really bizarre stuff. 'nonsense makes sense, now go forth and fortify the indian nation, celebrate the shamans!!!', etc.

I listened to David Bowie's "All the Madmen", I had OCD before then, and now it seems to make me think it's okay to be OCD. I'm going to start meds soon, but yeah.

What are your experiences with music and your conscience?
#2
Judas Priest makes me feel like breaking the law occasionally, but it the feeling passes away after a couple minutes.
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#4
i used to listen to pink floyds dark side of the moon album ALOT!! and i became really mello so i stoped for a while
#5
yeah, i believe music could make you crazy, especially if you're a fanatic music follower
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#6
Quote by shenanigans682
i used to listen to pink floyds dark side of the moon album ALOT!! and i became really mello so i stoped for a while


As massive of a Pink Floyd fan I am, I don't see how that could happen.

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#9
Yeah KoRn Makes Me Feel Insane, Their Older Stuff Does Not Their New Stuff.
#10
There are millions of things that can change your perspective, but that doesn't last very long. I highly doubt a psychologist would support the theory that music = insanity.
#11
If music = insanity, shouldn't all metal heads be mass murderers and rapists?
#12
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Korn makes me in a bad state of mind...


korn makes me pumped...
yes it can. but yet i think it has increased my IQ either that or playing a musical instrument increased my IQ and i think to much. so now i ponder on about death life what is that person think alternate dimensions. also it made me less of a loser
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If music = insanity, shouldn't all metal heads be mass murderers and rapists?



wait your saying they aren't? *runs away*
#14
When I can't listen to any music for a few days I go through music withdrawal...I start going a little batty and singing songs to myself...rather entertaining really.
#16
Of course.

The twanging from the steel guitar in country music could bring anyone to their knees.
#17
Listening to Pink Floyd makes me become temporarily dispondent, though I don't think music can drive someone to the point of insanity.
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#18
I listen to "Niandra Lades and Usually Just a T-shirt" and "Smiles From The Streets You Hold" I think it has a severe affect on the way I act

When I was depressed it was all I listened to and I think it help drive me deeper into depression
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#19
listening to too much Captain Beefheart will drive you crazy. i threw "Trout Mask Replica" on my iPod so that if i have the iPod on shuffle, it might randomly go to some Captain Beefheart insanity.

or, listen to the last track of Frank Zappa's "Weasels Ripped My Flesh" omg, wtf.
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Quote by hisjap2003
listening to too much Captain Beefheart will drive you crazy. i threw "Trout Mask Replica" on my iPod so that if i have the iPod on shuffle, it might randomly go to some Captain Beefheart insanity.

or, listen to the last track of Frank Zappa's "Weasels Ripped My Flesh" omg, wtf.



I don't think any music makes you insane
all these creative geniuses had "something wrong with them" but they really didnt, all the bi-polar disorder and schizophrenia is them in their normal artistic state and they're more real than other human beings that have succumb to the futile existence humans have built.

true arrtists are real people and only listening to their music will help you become real yourself
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#21
Quote by The Madcap
There are millions of things that can change your perspective, but that doesn't last very long. I highly doubt a psychologist would support the theory that music = insanity.


agreed. if they could prove that, it would be all over the news as proof that music makes kids into psychopaths. They already say it, but they have no proof.
Originally Posted by fatdanny
Also, check out Autopsy, the vocalist sounds like hes about to eat your grandmother while f
#22
there was a judas priest song that made two kids kill themselves. something about accidental subliminal messaging
#23
I listened to Pink Floyd's The Wall a *lot*.

It made me quit the religion I had spent my whole life engulfed in because it had a more cynical outlook on life, and that lead me to see things differently.

However, I think my disgust for the way things were lead me to listen to the album and appreciate the truth (however uncomfortable it might by) of life that the album portrayed, rather than ignorant high I had from floating around in my religion all day.
And I mean that in the best possible way.
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Quote by hisjap2003
listening to too much Captain Beefheart will drive you crazy. i threw "Trout Mask Replica" on my iPod so that if i have the iPod on shuffle, it might randomly go to some Captain Beefheart insanity.

or, listen to the last track of Frank Zappa's "Weasels Ripped My Flesh" omg, wtf.



Beefheart will definitely make you a bit nutty...so will Zappa's "Jazz From Hell"
#25
Quote by exect4500
there was a judas priest song that made two kids kill themselves. something about accidental subliminal messaging


myth. it was never proven and priest denied it. it was dismissed in court. the message said "do it" but that can mean anything. I agree with Lemmy. "if that song made kids kill themselfs, as many priest fans as there are, there would be bodies pilled up in the streets."
Originally Posted by fatdanny
Also, check out Autopsy, the vocalist sounds like hes about to eat your grandmother while f
#26
Quote by Najarok
If music = insanity, shouldn't all metal heads be mass murderers and rapists?



yeah good point.

i think it's all psychological. i heard some *uck out there wanted to ban metal because it promotes violence etc.etc... but in truth it does AND it doesn't.

take me for example, when im pissed off or upset, i blast Sepultura and 5-10min later im not nearly as pissed off as i was before.. because i took out my aggression on the MUSIC and not on other people or objects. to me, it's a stress relief. and when im not pissed, its a tool to get me into my creative state of mind, in which i draw or paint or play guitar.

other people, might have so much bullsh*t in their lives, have suicidal thoughts and etc. etc., could be tempted more to commit suicide or harm others or are persuaded to believe that the insane is sane from the music they listen to.

as far as reality is concerned.. it kinda depends on how open minded you are or are willing to be. i mean think about it; some of the crazy abstract sh*t they write in lyrics might actually have some truth to it. I think it's stupid to not consider the improvable possible.

its all psychological, and it all depends on the individual.
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#27
Music effects your views on things but so does everything in the world. we are influenced by everything to a small degree and if you love music you will be more influenced by it than say someone who loves to read books. If you get me.
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Quote by les.is.more
Music effects your views on things but so does everything in the world. we are influenced by everything to a small degree and if you love music you will be more influenced by it than say someone who loves to read books. If you get me.


yeah that's a better way to put it i like that better. can i change my answer? lol
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#29
Quote by Rad_Sauce, yo
yeah good point.

i think it's all psychological. i heard some *uck out there wanted to ban metal because it promotes violence etc.etc... but in truth it does AND it doesn't.


ive said it before and ill say it again "Rap is far more violent than metal is. Primarily because rap fans act the music out. Metal heads dont go around preforming Foul Body Autopsy's on people."

infact, serial killers arent the guys wearing all black listening to slayer. Its the guys who never stand out.
Originally Posted by fatdanny
Also, check out Autopsy, the vocalist sounds like hes about to eat your grandmother while f
Last edited by rebeltildeth87 at Feb 7, 2008,
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Not on it's own I don't think, but just so you know, "Coma" by Guns n' Roses and drugs don't mix together. Well they do but not in a good way. So I advise you all to try it immediately the next time you're tripping balls.
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ive said it before and ill say it again "Rap is far more violent than metal is. Primarily because rap fans act the music out. Metal heads dont go around preforming Foul Body Autopsy's on people."

infact, serial killers arent the guys wearing all black listening to slayer. Its the guys who never stand out.

Are you trying to tell me that I'm NOT supposed to be performing Foul Body Autopsy's, hammer smashing faces, cumming blood, or f*ucking people with a knife? NOW YOU TELL ME!
#32
Well gangster rap causes me to fight an urge to cause blunt force trauma to who/whatever in a 5 foot radius, which includes the TV, or other device playing said noise.
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Quote by hisjap2003
listening to too much Captain Beefheart will drive you crazy. i threw "Trout Mask Replica" on my iPod so that if i have the iPod on shuffle, it might randomly go to some Captain Beefheart insanity.

or, listen to the last track of Frank Zappa's "Weasels Ripped My Flesh" omg, wtf.


Im preety sure if you listened to Zappa's G-spot tornado for more then 10mins you would go insane.....
Frank Zappa's not dead. He just smells funny.
#34
Music is in itself a kind of channeled insanity... so it's not surprising one can be deeply affected by it... some psychologists say that music is the most direct method of communication between two minds, containing hidden messages that we don't even know about...
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Quote by Najarok
If music = insanity, shouldn't all metal heads be mass murderers and rapists?

Maybe we are

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Are you trying to tell me that I'm NOT supposed to be performing Foul Body Autopsy's, hammer smashing faces, cumming blood, or f*ucking people with a knife? NOW YOU TELL ME!

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#37
The Foz - The Stone Roses, hidden track on Second Coming.

If that doesn't make you insane, nothing will.
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Quote by InvaderTSN
Judas Priest makes me feel like breaking the law occasionally, but it the feeling passes away after a couple minutes.


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