Soundtrack

Get your playlists ready: this is an extensive list of songs that have been associated with the Slender Man mythos. Some feature prominently in series while others are only referenced.

See also: Trivia

Everyman HYBRID soundtrack

Some of the songs in Everyman HYBRID are simply a result of the boys goofing around, but others are surprisingly relevant to their situation.

  • Who Could Win a Rabbit? by Animal Collective: Rabbit or HABIT?
  • The Hampsterdance Song by Hampton the Hamster: (as I said, not all of these are serious)
  • The Poet and the Muse by Poets of the Fall Old Gods of Asgard (Alan Wake): Find the lady of the light gone mad with the night; that’s how you reshape destiny.
  • Alone Down There by Modest Mouse: The Devil’s apprentice, he gave me some credit; he fed me a line and I’ll probably regret it. I don’t want you to be alone down there, to be alone down there, to be alone.
  • The Rake’s Song by The Decemberists: And that's how I ’came your humble narrator, to be living so easy and free; expect that you think that I should be haunted, but it never really bothers me.
  • My Boy Builds Coffins by Florence + The Machine: My boy builds coffins; he makes them all day. But it’s not just for work and it isn’t for play. He’s made one for himself, one for me too; one of these days he’ll make one for you.
  • Chloroform Girl by Polkadot Cadaver: I hear the devil singing the most haunting melodies; I’ve got this overwhelming feeling of morbid ecstasy coming over me.
  • I Will Follow You into the Dark by Death Cab For Cutie: If there’s no one beside you when your soul embarks, then I’ll follow you into the dark.
  • Hotel California by The Eagles: You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave.
  • For Reverend Green by Animal Collective: This one’s for Reverend Green, Reverend Green, Reverend Green…
  • Hometown by Joe Ramersa (Silent Hill 3): This town will eventually take me. Too late, too late for me; this town will win.
  • Shankill Butchers by The Decemberists: ’Cause everybody knows… if you don’t mind your mother’s words, a wicked wind will blow your ribbons from your curls. Everybody moan, everybody shake; the shankill butchers wanna catch you… awake.
  • Oh No You Didn’t by the Wojahn Bros (Mercenaries 2): (undeniably the most important scene of EverymanHYBRID)
  • Revival by Deerhunter: Darkness always; it doesn’t make much sense. Darkened hallways away from me, calling: “Stay”.
  • Eli the Barrow Boy by The Decemberists: They laid his body down in a churchyard… but still when the moon is out, with his pushcart, he calls down the day.
  • Unnatural Selection by Muse: I’m hungry for some unrest; I want to push this beyond a peaceful protest. I wanna speak in a language that they’ll understand.
  • When the War Came by The Decemberists: And the war came with a curse and a caterwaul. And the war came with all the poise of a cannonball. And they’re picking out our eyes by coal and candlelight; when the war came, the war came hard.
  • The Best is Yet to Come by Frank Sinatra: The best is yet to come, come the day you’re mine (and you’re gonna be mine).
  • Brendan’s Death Song by the Red Hot Chilli Peppers: Like I said, you know I’m almost dead, you know I’m almost gone…
  • I Can’t Decide by Scissor Sisters: No wonder why my heart feels dead inside: cold and hard and petrified! Lock the doors and close the blinds, we're going for a ride!
  • That’s Life by Frank Sinatra: I’ve been a puppet, a pauper, a pirate, a poet, a pawn and a king…
  • I’ve Got You Under My Skin by Frank Sinatra: Don’t you know, little fool, you never can win? Why not use your mentality - step up, wake up to reality?
  • Baby Götterdämmerung by Monster Magnet: I read a book today; it made me think of a life I led. It seemed so far away, but then I wouldn’t call it dead. I see a name or two and the ghosts just start to roam… I had ’em locked away; it seems they’ve cut their own parole.

CANYOUSEETHEWORDS soundtrack

These songs are either included or referenced on the blog.

Stephanie:

  • Did You See The Words by Animal Collective: Have you seen them, the words cut open…
  • Plural For Sheep by The Sunstreak: Hold back the water with me, with me. Hold back the water with me, with me.
  • I Wish It Would Rain by The Temptations: But I wish it would rain (oh, how I wish that it would rain).
  • Infra-red by Placebo: I’m coming up on infra-red; there is no running that can hide you, ’cause I can see in the dark.
  • Gouge Away by The Pixies: Sleeping on your belly, you break my arms; you spoon my eyes, been rubbing a bad charm with holy fingers.
  • A Day In The Life by The Beatles: And though the news was rather sad, well I just had to laugh.
  • Here Comes The Snake by Cherry Poppin’ Daddies: Yes, I believe but I’d rather not pray; what I believe in I’d rather not say, baby. Did your God show you the door? Well, I’m here to eat your apple to the core.
  • (Don't Fear) The Reaper by Blue Öyster Cult: Seasons don’t fear the reaper, nor do the wind, the sun, or the rain. We can be like they are.
  • Put Your Lights On by Santana: ’Cause there’s a monster living under my bed, whispering in my ear. There’s an angel, with a hand on my head; she say I’ve got nothing to fear.
  • The Darkness by Zombie Girl: There’s nobody here to save you, there’s nobody near to hear you…
  • Invasion by Eisley: You would take the breath from my throat, and you would take the cherished people that I hold.
  • To Binge by Gorillaz: I’m caught again in the mystery; you’re by my side, but are you still with me?
  • This Too Shall Pass by Ok Go: You can’t keep lettin’ it get you down. You can’t keep lettin’ it get you down.
  • I’ve Just Seen a Face by Beatles/Jim Sturgess (“Girl Version” ukelele cover): I’ve just seen a face, I can’t forget the time or place…
  • Mr. Trouble by The Toasters: Death and murder is his plan; he’ll wipe you out to the last man. You better get out while you can.
  • Little Cream Soda by The White Stripes: Oh well, oh well.
  • #8 Glitter Freeze by Gorillaz: Where’s North from here?
  • The Story So Far by Flogging Molly: Here’s the story so far: it’s already here. We’ve made it this far; sure, we battled the spears. But life cuts to pieces to the wounds from the secrets; makes it all who you are.
  • Metro by The Vincent Black Shadow: Something’s closing in and I can’t do a thing. No, I can’t do a thing but wonder.
  • Dosed by the Red Hot Chilli Peppers: Way upon the mountain where she died, all I ever wanted was your life. Deep inside the canyon I can hide; all I ever wanted was your life.
  • Possum Kingdom by The Toadies: I’m not gonna lie; I’ll not be a gentleman. Behind the boathouse, I’ll show you my dark secret.
  • The Mariner’s Revenge Song by The Decemberists: Find him, bind him, tie him to a pole and break his fingers to splinters, drag him to a hole until he wakes up, naked, clawing at the ceiling of his grave…
  • No, I Don’t Remember (unplugged) by Anna Ternheim: No, I don’t remember what brought us to this; what places we blindly passed, what turns we missed. When things really mattered and we really cared; when simply being was easy, just having you there.
  • Famous Last Words by My Chemical Romance: I am not afraid to keep on living; I am not afraid to walk this world alone. Honey if you stay, I’ll be forgiven; nothing you can say can stop me going home.
  • (Hospital Vespers)/(Manifest) by The Weakerthans: Before the nurses came, took you away, I stood there on a chair and watched you pray.
  • The Sharpest Lives by My Chemical Romance: A light to burn all the empires, so bright the sun is ashamed to rise and be in love with all of these vampires; so you can leave like the sane, abandon me.
  • Don’t Forget Me by the Red Hot Chilli Peppers: I’ll be there and tell me when you wanna go, come again and tell me when you wanna go. More will revealed, my friend…
  • 40 Day Dream by Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes: Ah, it’s the magical mystery kind… ah, must be a lie.
  • Silly Boy by The Blue Van: Silly boys, you ran away. You’re unemployed, you’d waste away.
  • 3’s & 7’s by Queens of the Stone Age: Calling my bluff, the devil made me holier than I’ve ever been…
  • Animal Bar by Red Hot Chili Peppers: All aboard the ship, ’cause you’re gonna need an ark; when the wet comes down, you’ll be swimming like a shark.
  • Combinations by Eisley: Pass the evening, bring tomorrow; how could we know that night would bring us into daylight? Combinations all around us fill our heads with the love we’ve been feeling for time long past.
  • War by Poets of the Fall: When I thought that I fought this war alone, you were there by my side on the frontline.

HABIT:

  • Jack the Ripper by Motörhead: Cold steel, whisper in the night; he’ll be at your side, with a smile and a knife.
  • Butcher Pete by Roy Brown (Fallout 3): Hey everybody, did the news get around about a guy named Butcher Pete? Oh, Pete just flew into this town and he’s choppin’ up all the women’s meat.
  • 19-2000 by Gorillaz: The world is spinning too fast and I’m buying Nike shoes, to keep myself tethered to the days I tried to lose.
  • Superbeast by Rob Zombie: Hey, yeah, I’m the one that you wanted! Hey, yeah, I’m your Superbeast!

Tribe Twelve soundtrack

These songs have been reversed in videos and Vines from the Collective:

  • I’m the Slime by Frank Zappa: I’m the best you can get; have you guessed me yet? I’m the slime oozing out from your TV set.
  • Answers by Vigilante: How can I kill these deafening voices? How can I kill these deafening sounds? That brutal scenario will never leave my mind.
  • Mr. Sandman by The Chordettes: So please turn on your magic beam; Mr. Sandman, bring me a dream!
  • Talking in Your Sleep by The Romantics: I hear the secrets that you keep, when you’re talking in your sleep…
  • You May Be Right by Billy Joel: But it just may be a lunatic you’re looking for.
  • Eye in the Sky by Alan Parsons Project: I am the eye in the sky, looking at you; I can read your mind. I am the maker of rules, dealing with fools; I can cheat you blind. And I don’t need to see any more to know that I can read your mind.
  • Chariots of Fire by Vangelis
  • State of the Art by Gotye: State, state, state, state of the art…
  • The Devil is in the Details by Boards of Canada: Suggestions are going into your unconscious mind.
  • The Other Side by Pendulum: Come on down to the other side; come with us through the gates of hell. Where we’ll drag you from where you are to where you belong.
  • We’ve Been Had by the Walkmen: Somehow it got easy to laugh out loud.
  • Can’t Take My Eyes Off You by Frankie Valli: You’re just too good to be true; I can’t take my eyes off you.
  • Haunted House (Super Mario 64)
  • Every Breath You Take by The Police: Every game you play, every night you stay, I’ll be watching you.
  • For Whom the Bell Tolls by Steve Baker and Carmen Daye (Donnie Darko)
  • Heyr himna smiður by Árstíðir: Heyr, himna smiður, hvers skáldið biður.
  • Welcome to the Machine by Pink Floyd: Welcome, my son… welcome to the machine. What did you dream? It’s alright, we told you what to dream!
  • Highway to Hell by AC/DC: I’m on the highway to hell! On the highway to hell! Highway to hell! I’m on the highway to hell!
  • Circles by Soul Coughing: I don’t need to walk around in circles, walk around in circles, walk around in circles, walk around in…
  • Endless Stairs (Super Mario 64)
  • Sweat (A La La Long) by Inner Circle: I’ve been watching you!
  • Free Fallin’ by Tom Petty: Yeah I’m free, free fallin’!
  • Parasite by Nick Drake: And take a look; you may see me on the ground, for I am the parasite of this town.
  • Disconscious by Fountain Plaza
  • Welcome to the Jungle by Guns N’ Roses: Welcome to the jungle, watch it bring you to your – it’s gonna bring you down!
  • Money For Nothing by Dire Straits: I want my MTV…
  • Under the Boardwalk by The Drifters: Under the boardwalk, down by the sea…
  • Crazy by Gnarls Barkley: I remember when, I remember, I remember when I lost my mind…
  • Tarantula by Pendulum: And if ya body goin' stiff and your spine goin' numb, now come fi get some…
  • Blackest Eyes by Porcupine Tree: I got secrets in my garden shed, I got a scar where all my urges bled…
  • Jumanji Drums (Jumanji)

These songs have been referenced by Noah on his social media accounts:

  • Somebody’s Watching Me by Rockwell: I always feel like somebody’s watching me. And I have no privacy. I always feel like somebody’s watching me. Who’s playing tricks on me?
  • Exile Vilify by The National (Portal 2): Does it feel like a trial? Does it trouble your mind the way you trouble mine?

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