Whoa, I just now came back to this thread, and see that it has new replies. Thank you. o_o;; 😃
I can listen to creepy music year round. Haha. Listening to the soundtrack of Edward Scissorhands right now. I *love* Danny Elfman's creepy-quirkiness! I know that he gets so much influence from classic styles of music (like, '30s, '40s? Gee, I don't even), but he does always put that eerie twist on it, and seal it with a Danny Elfman stamp (potentially toxic)!
One of the creepiest tracks for me was Pictures of You by Oingo Boingo but sadly it isn't available on spotify 😞
Not sure if I have this in my actual CD collection in my closet, but I'll have to check. Because ♥ Oingo Boingo ♥ ! ㋡
I'll have to check back later today for Jack and Jamie's replies :'3
The way he sings with his teeth clenched sort of makes it sound kind of aggressive or unsettling, otherwise I'm not sure it totally fits as 'creepy'. I guess the first track and the title track Images du Futur are probably closest.
I have both her albums ("Lungs" (2010) and "Ceremonials" (2012)) on vinyl and the live broadcast of her concert in Radio City Music Hall saved on my DVR. She is a fantastic singer and an ecclectic artist, and I've yet to hear her sing anything which I did not thoroughly enjoy.
-Otto Schnitzelbritches (Musician, audiophile, sailor, and generally awesome dude.)