Conspiracy music? Well, I have one piece of music that I have always found to be rather haunting. Every time I have heard this particular
song, it has always touched something deep within my psyche. It is a song that certainly touches upon most of the topics that we find on ATS. What
do you think?
i make conspiracy based music, along with music videos.
in fact, you may have heard some of our music on Adult Swim, MTV or VH1. Unfort, they only use our instrumentals. We've also worked with
Non-Phixion Members, along with Army of the pharoahs, and plenty others - but I digress, and will now link to some of our music, and videos with
"Illuminati" - Sound Scientists (instrumental + spoken)
featuring Ted Gunderson. audio, video, effects all original. Footage from the Prophecy Club tv show.
"Drink With Me" - Sound Scientists f. Mad One (caution: rap music)
featuring Mad One (loose references to cia, assassinations, ufos, etc.) www.myspace.com... (in the music player - "Drink With Me")
"Hocus Pocus" - Sound Scientists (freestyle) (caution: rap music)
featuring Gravity (conspiracy based freestyle, that was cleaned up with overdubs and a hook) www.myspace.com... (music player - Hocus Pocus)
"TV Prophecy" - Sound Scientists (instrumental + spoken)
featuring clip from "Lone Gunmen" pilot episode, predicting the 9/11 attacks, which aired 03/04/2001 hiphopproduction.com...
(for the rap haters, this one is safe, closer to folk music) "Verichip Parody" - just a clip I made for fun.
Originally posted by NovusOrdoMundi
Dream Police by Cheap Trick always seemed like it had a big brother/mind control type meaning to it.
Maybe it's just me though.
That's one of my favorite songs, but I think it deals more with the Occult.
There is a positive group of masters who reside on the inner plane called the Occult Police If you invoke them while envisioning a Celtic cross on a
red background they will come to your aid. The Dream Police however seem to be negative entities that reside on the astral plane and might interfere
with you while you sleep; sleep being a natural form of astral projection.
You might be right though in that Dream Police has to do with the real world experiments like in the movie Dreamscape in which skunkworks type
organizations will enter your dreams.
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