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Comments about the soundtrack for The Nightmare Before Christmas (Danny Elfman)

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• Posted by: Sonja D
• Date: Wednesday, October 23, 2019, at 8:11 p.m.
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• In Response to: Danny Elfman is Satan incarnate! Ban his work! (Pastor Edward Prior of Ontario)

> We all know about the horror that is Danny Elfman, don't we?

> He's perhaps best known for his Satanic scores, ranging from the Simpsons
> theme song to movies like 'Corpse Bride', 'Red Dragon', and 'Nightmare
> Before Christmas'. The opening song of 'Nightmare Before Christmas'
> glorifies Satan and evil more than any other.

> But years earlier --many years, in the 1970s-- Elfman and his brother
> Richard had teamed up to form a club act with a bunch of other Satanic
> hooligans, called 'The Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo'. They played in
> demon-worship clubs and gay bathhouses mostly, but also landed on the Gong
> Show once in 1976 . . . and won!

> By the early 1980s, they were ready to leave the adults-only world of
> nightclubs and begin fueling the depravities of children as well, becoming
> the rock band 'Oingo Boingo'. But not before releasing the 1982 travesty
> 'Forbidden Zone'.

> This disaster is about the 'sixth dimension', where people have random
> sex, and men run about in jock straps and women in panties. Except for
> major characters, who wear clothes. The 'regular people' from our
> dimension are all played by adults, even the children . . .

> In it, Danny Elfman reprised his favorite on-stage persona, and his true
> nature: Satan! It's not surprising that he, as Satan, is the only
> character in the entire film who has grace, style, or any sort of
> on-screen presence. Isn't that what we'd expect of the Devil?

> Videos from this abomination include footage of a topless woman. Beware
> the breast! In fact, you see here that her breast is showing in the still
> of a YouTube video, as she is molested by Elfman. This content is not
> appropriate for the workplace, or for children, or for anyone other than
> True Christians strong in their faith.

> We must ban all work by Danny Elfman!! Write your Congressman today!

> And if the above wasn't enough to convince you, the 'Alphabet Song' from
> the same film even mocks God's Favorite Language! This scene is the
> classroom, and the students are children. Yes, played by adults. And yes,
> the teacher has a hairy chest. The song contains vulgarity surrounding the
> letter 'F'.

> I can't believe this horror!

> Now, while we all know that all parties not celebrating God are for the
> spiritually dead, and that all habits other than prayer are nasty, and
> that all clowns lead to Death and Hell, these are NOT the messages of
> these songs!

> Can someone please explain to me how a crappy rock band with some brass
> instrumentation can create punk/jazz-influenced 'songs' that induce a
> hypnotic, rapturous trance in listeners, if not through Satan himself?!

> And how can we, as True Christians, inspire such devotion to God's Word?

You are a dickhead! 👎

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