If the CIA asked you to create a playlist to torture prisoners, what songs would you include on it?

If the CIA asked you to create a playlist to torture prisoners, what songs would you include on it?

What do you think?

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  1. I would suggest they find the prisoner’s favorite songs, and go with that. At a reasonable volume. On repeat. They’re allowed to add or remove songs depending on their cooperation.

  2. Tunak Tunak Tun, Choceron, and any and all Yoko Ono song. But what I would do is play the first two back and forth for 4 hours solid, and then play a single Yoko song. Then cut it down to 2 hours, then 1, half an hour, 15 minutes, 7.5 minutes, etc… until all it played was Yoko Ono songs, and then I would implement the other two songs in the same frequency and just rotate them over and over again

  3. Well what I can tell you is they use the sound of 10k rabbits being killed that is put on repeat and blasted into a cell. The real torture is the sleep depervation it causes

  4. 1. Stuck in the Middle with You by Stealers Wheel
    2. Lucky Star by Madonna
    3. You Can Call Me Al by Paul Simon
    4. Down Under by Men At Work
    5. Safety Dance by Men Without Hats

  5. “No Air” by Jordan Sparks and Chris Brown. I know it’s an older song and one that people forgot about (justifiably) but that song has left a permanent anger hold on me. The worse song I’ve ever heard in my life and to make matters so much worse , it playing non-stop on the top 40 stations when it was released for 2 years straight when I use to drive 3 hours to work every day and my cd player was broken. I can listen to good songs repeatedly. No problem. But when it’s a bad song and so it’s beyond awful, and you have to listen to it on repeat for what seemed like an eternity, yeah. I curse that song to hell where it belongs. The worst song ever made in the history of mankind. I would beg my captures to kill me rather than ever make me hear that song again. I hate that song with everything burning rage inside of me.

  6. Honestly, a good, smokey, blues/jazz list for a few hours.

    I don’t really want to be involved in torture, and I don’t think music should be used for that purpose. Let ’em chill out a bit while they’re getting their balls tazered.

  7. Friday

    What does the Fox say?

    Barney theme song

    1812 Overture (just to lull them into a false sense of security)

    Christmas time is here (Alvin and the Chipmunk version)

    and because I assume they’re foreigners we’re dealing with (CIA…..):

    America, Fuck Yea

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