AHQ - Just imagine for a second that you are alone in a small dark room while your head chained between your legs and you has been forced to listen same song again and again for number of hours and days with headphones which you can’t take off. Music torture has been normal practice for the CIA after it started its “improved examination program” in the early 2000s.
The U.S. Psychological Operations team member Sgt. Mark Hadsell, said:
“If you play it for 24 hours, your brain and body functions start to slide, your train of thought slows down and your will is broken. That’s when we come in and talk to them.”
Any torment technique is of easy to refute merit — music torment was, partially, mainstream on the grounds that it appeared to be more tasteful to the general population. Anyhow to find out about the knowledge of individuals who’ve been subjected to these tunes is to see exactly how frightful it is to have a darling tune betrayed you.
Following are the list of songs which CIA used to torture their prisoners:
Eminem – The Real Slim Shady
Dope – Take Your Best Shot
Christina Aguilera – Dirrrty
Mohamed el-Qasabgi – Zikrayati (My Memories)
David Grey – Babylon
Barney – I Love You
The Bee Gees – Saturday Night Fever
The Meow Mix Theme
Marilyn Manson – The Beautiful People
Deicide – Fuck Your God
Queen – We are the Champions
Ummm so basically what you’re saying is the CIA captured terrorists and played an awesome Spotify playlist for them? Wow, sounds inhumane.
I mean look at some of these tracks.
A classic from one of the greatest rappers in the history of hip hop. Not just a song, but a look at history being made, a chance to be a part of something.
David Gray Babylon is some chill ass adult-rock, entire album is hot as hell. This Year’s Love in Girl Next Door, what’s up.
Did they show them the video? Because would be literally the opposite of torture. So many memories to this video I get half chubbed just seeing the extra “R”s in the title.
Little bit of disco never hurt anybody, gets you moving, gets that blood flowing after a long 48 hour session of being crammed in a tiny box.
I’m not a Marilyn Manson guy but this isn’t too bad right? Nothing wrong with expressing some angst.
One of the best songs from one of the greatest rock groups of all time. Sorry we’re not sorry for that one.
Ok ok, the Barney and Meow Mix themes are pretty bad. And the Dope and “Fuck Your God” songs are a tad intense, I could see the non-satanist-death-metal crowd not being fully on board with it (pun intended). But let’s remember, this is torture after all. They can’t all be enjoyable. You’re being punished for terrorism not turning down a house party.