Boring Books Accompanied by “Autopsy Music”

Menacing and amusing in equal measure, here’s “a selection of book titles and covers so boring they’re interesting”, set to spooky minimal pseudo-Webern music, and seemingly narrated by Alan Rickman on a ‘luude binge:

Via Sport Murphy.

Reading the YouTube comments is, for once, highly recommended. MAXIMUM PO-MO LULZ.

9 Responses to “Boring Books Accompanied by “Autopsy Music””

  1. JoAsakura Says:

    “I feel like I’m dying in slow motion” – an apt description.


  2. Tertiary Says:

    I think the “Enoch-Metatron Traditions” sound quite interesting.

  3. Ian Says:

    Awwwwww I had to read some of those! : (

  4. Maitri Says:

    Hey, “Database Issues in GIS” is a great book. Unimaginatives.

  5. Priestly Goth Says:

    I too have actually read a couple of those, and was familiar with a couple others. and some certainly seemed interesting to me.
    Very funny though.

  6. Black Dove Says:

    Watching this is what it feels like to me to be at my job.

  7. Asher Says:

    I host play parties at this club four times a year. At the end of the night we play abrasive/disturbing music to make people leave the club. The soundtrack to this should be on my GTFO playlist right after “We Hate You (Little Girls)” by Throbbing Gristle.

  8. Vulgaire Turpentine Says:

    I just came all over myself in slow motion.

  9. xulen Says:

    This is great. Somehow a photo exposition came to my mind; “Burocratics” of Jan Banning. Some paste all toghether: