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Which professional players struck fear into their opponents the most?
Does it set a certain mood and maintain a concept, like a good album should?
Most memorable song: "Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2)," Class of '99 (Layne Staley, Tom Morello, and Stephen Perkins).
There are hundreds of songs that are truly terrifying, and hundreds of tunes about monsters, but the overlapping section of the Venn diagram between the two is surprisingly small.
Nine Inch Nails and Slayer will creep you out with their graphic tales of horror, but “Werewolves of London” and “Monster Mash” aren’t likely to keep you up at night.
), all scared their sports foes and rivals in different ways.