Britney Spears Meets Nine Inch Nails On Betta Lemme’s New Track

20:38 Dec/23/2018


It may be hard to believe but Marilyn Manson, the Nine Inch Nails, and Britney Spears all have something in common. Their songs are on a list of tracks used during interrogations at detention centers around the world, giving new meaning to the phrase, “that song is torture.”

 

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It may be hard to believe but Marilyn Manson, the Nine Inch Nails, and Britney Spears all have something in common. Their songs are on a list of tracks used during interrogations at detention centers around the world, giving new meaning to the phrase, “that song is torture.”

“Not all of me is glittery,” Lemme says, expanding upon the shift in sound. “Something about this song felt powerful and cinematic. Upon playing it, we could all transport and picture our own film in our heads.” She adds later, “Plus, it sounds like the offspring of Britney Spears and Nine Inch Nails and that in itself makes me very happy.” You have to hear it to believe it.

"You lose the plot and it’s very scary to think that you might go crazy because of all the music, because of the loud noise, and because after a while you don’t hear the lyrics at all, all you hear is heavy banging."


Marilyn Manson seemed proud of the fact that his song made the list as he posted it on Twitter. There’s no word yet on whether Britney Spears, Nine Inch Nails or any of the artists on the list have heard about it.

As Mic reported back in 2014, music has been in the CIA’s torture toolbox for several years now. It’s use started around the genesis of the enhanced interrogation program post 9/11.

Al Jazeera reports that in 2002, a man named Abu Zubaydah was reportedly transported in a pet carrier and chained to the ceiling of his cell and forced to listen to songs by The Red Hot Chili Peppers.



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