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MUS!CAL Influenzas: (​What did you listen to whilst writing your Novel?)

A topic by Lin Ji created Apr 14, 2020 Views: 104 Replies: 3
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Sarah McLachlan: Closer. (Best of.)
 
Rob Thomas: …Something to Be.
 
Tool:
Lateralus. (The Holy Gift version.)
Fear Inoculum.
 
Nine Inch Nails: The Fragile, Disc 2.
 
Smashing Pumpkins: Siamese Dream.
 
Beethoven: Ninth Symphony.
 
Filter: Title of Record.
 
Nier: Automata.
                       
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Appropriate music for our rather bipolar entry consisted of a few albums:
Freezepop: Doppelganger
Danzig III: How The Gods Kill
& our friends from the greatest Lovecraft Mythos Based Band Ever: 
The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets: The Dukes of Alhazred.

Hey, there. I happened to notice a design in one of your games that is not all too uncommon in the State of Nature. Might I recommend an album for you? It is on my list above. Tool released it under the title "Lateralus", though there is a secret version of it known as "The Holy Gift". Disregard the naysayers who attest to its alleged nonexistence; as a Composition Student of twenty years, I can prove that it is musically and musicologically sound. The lead singer even went on the record (more specifically: the Joe Rogan Experience) in qualifying the claims made about the album's secret, mathematical and numerological underpinnings. This would appear to lie right up your alley!!

[({L.J.)}]

Additionally: I might have you know that the term "Alhazred" goes back some ways in the History of Game Design; Roberta Williams even named one of her most devious and believable villains that!! I appreciate the play on "Dukes of Hazard" as well. Haha.

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