What are some other /haunted/ albums?
He finished recording King's Crossing only a few days before.
Nigga, the end of the album is him literally saying goodbye after a track simulating the hectic nature of a hospital (The Factory). Also U-Love is him saying I love you too.
Shit is a sad album at the end.
Listening to this for the first time after his death was fucking scary
The whole album was him literally predicting his own death
The last song is called You're Nobody (Til Somebody Kills You) for fucks sake
Vic Chesnutt's whole life, but this album in particular.
He's also featured on "Dark Night of the Soul" which is a collaborative project of Mark Linkous of Sparklehorse. That album is /haunted/ in itself because of Linkous' suicide during its release.
The main thing I remember about him was that Curtis suffered from both grand mal epilepsy and clinical depression - and his antiseizure medication had a side effect of making the depression much worse. Toward the end of his he resorted to self-medication - between all of this, the strain on his marriage, and the day before his suicide reportedly having a seizure so bad it broke his collarbone.
Legend says if you say 'Speedin' Bullet to Heaven' three times in a row in front of a mirror Kid Cudi will appear and commit suicide in front of you
Balance was already dead when The Ape of Naples was released. A lot of the material goes back to the 90's and various live performances, though. I think it's more depressing to realize that in order to make the album, Peter had to put together all these vocal takes of a guy who was his best friend and partner for decades.
This thread is shit and you should be embarrassed
I cannot believe that no one has posted this yet.
In "So Real" Buckley sings
"I couldn't awake from the nightmare
That sucked me in, and pulled me under, pulled me under..."
He died from drowning sometime after releasing the album.