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I am trying to decide on music for a haunted hospital. The intent is to have a musical track that drowns out background noises and puts people on edge. I thought I'd ask the experts for their opinion:

Candidate #1 - Trivium "The Crusade" 8:18, a fast, pounding, some upbeat parts but mostly aggitated and evil song without any words

Candidate #2 - Runemagik "Darkness, Death, Doom" 3:46, a slow, grinding, evil sounding song with about 30 or 45 seconds of unintelligible 'growlspeak' at the end

Candidate #3 - Lamb of God "Ashes of the Wake" 5:45, a fast, pounding, evil song, but has talking in the beginning and end about a soldier killing civilians in Baghdad

My current fav is #2 because it seems to put an edge on the slow grind that would create suspense and anticipation (for me). What do you think? Thanks!

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Here's a suggestion - Have a listen to the Soundtrack from the movie "Sopcerer" by Tangerine Dream. Very unsettling music that still lends itself to a voice-over.

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Sorry, but I've never heard any of those songs. Might I suggest picking up Midnight Syndicate's 'Gates of Delirium' album? Many of the songs could work, as it's based around an asylum, which is what many earlier hospitals resembled or used to be.
 
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