ThatGuyInTheCorner-The Emotional Radio
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Item#: SCP-XXXX
Item Class: Euclid

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SCP-XXXX apon containment

Containment procedures: SCP-XXXX is to remain on a steel table in a sealed 3.9 m, 3.9 m, 3.9 m Anechoic chamber. The noise detecting light on the outside of SCP-XXXX's chamber is to be checked for signs of disrepair and if broken is to be fixed immediately. SCP-XXXX is to be checked by monthly for signs of activation and any case SCP-XXXX is activated is to be reported and recorded. Whenever SCP-XXXX is active, one C-class personnel equipped with a complete noise-canceling helmet to deactivate SCP-XXXX.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a Sharp multi-band deluxe fv-1710 shortwave radio with all the standard knobs and buttons with some modified components. An indicator that shows the radio signals strength is always on maximum no matter the location. X-rays of SCP-XXXX show that the receiver has been modified with extra parts added and the transceiver was replaced with a part of unknown make, and there is a metal box inside of SCP-XXXX that is composed of an unknown alloy that's unable to be able to be scanned through. SCP-XXXX can be powered off, but it has been impossible to exhaust the power from SCP-XXXX due to the fact that SCP-XXXX has a battery pack that has an unmeasured amount of energy. All attempts to disassemble SCP-XXXX has failed due to all the screws being stripped and there are no exposed seams to take apart SCP-XXXX. SCP-XXXX's antenna is composed of 2% Osmiridium, 3% Hepatizon, and 95% titanium.

SCP-XXXX's primary anomalous property manifests whenever music is played from it. Upon hearing the music, anyone within a 21-meter radius will begin to display emotional/psychological responses that correspond with emotions associated with the music in question. These responses are typically severe in nature. SCP-XXXX has also been known to play songs by artists that have never even been released to the public.

Music played from SCP-XXXX can still affect subjects through any form of live transmissions (ex: intercoms, microphones and live television) with the same effect, but pre-recorded audio/video of the music that's from SCP-XXXX has no effect on subjects. SCP-XXXX radius of effect is 21-meters if the volume is turned up all the way which is 60 dB, but the radius of effect is lower depending on how high or low the volume is. Despite SCP-XXXX's maximum volume being 60 dB, If SCP-XXXX is left on for a prolonged amount of time it's volume will increase by .3 dB after a song is played from SCP-XXXX.

The test's with SCP-XXXX's durability show that SCP-XXXX is acid resistant, water/fireproof, not affected by magnets and can endure pressures exceeding 230,000 psi. Despite SCP-XXXX's near indestructibility, any subject who directly tries to destroy SCP-XXXX will be met with SCP-XXXX starting to play toons commonly heard from a music box. Upon hearing this music, any subject within SCP-XXXX's radius of effect and who can hear the music will proceed to attempt to commit suicide with any means they have available. During this time SCP-XXXX will continue to play the music box toon until everyone within it's radius of effect is gone or terminated. Although SCP-XXXX can affect anyone regardless of they're psionic resistance scale, any subject who suffers from paranoid schizophrenia or is deaf will not be affected by SCP-XXXX's music.

Below is a full list of stations that SCP-XXXX can be tuned to.
89.9 Sad Makes people burst out crying (high possibility of suicide if exposed too for long periods of time)
93.6 Happy Subjects experience elevated level of euphoria
94.6 Heavy Dub-step Causes seizures
95.4 Romantic Subjects have higher Oxycontin levels
97.7 80s workout Subjects will start to uncontrollably do Jumping jacks and other workouts (May die if exposed to for a prolonged amount of time)
98.6 Hip-Hop Subjects tend to be less shy around big groups of people, and be more social
99.9 Heavy Metal Subjects developed a severe aversion to authority and demonstrated a noticeable lack of self-control
100.1 Disco Subjects will proceed to dance spontaneously while the music is playing (subjects may collapse/die due to exhaustion)
107.1 Hardcore fast-paced death metal Subjects will go into a state of psychosis and will proceed to attempt and try to kill anything they see

Addendum 23-C: On October 11, ████. Music from SCP-XXXX could be heard coming from the inside of its containment cell after not being active for 3 months. After reporting the music coming from SCP-XXXX's cell by on-site staff, MTF Eta-11 was summoned to handle the situation. After opening the door to SCP-XXXX's containment cell, SCP-XXXX was playing music at 107.1 at 181 dB. Due to the intense volume of the music coming from SCP-XXXX and psychological effects, MTF Eta-11 and all nearby staff start to violently mutilate/kill each other regardless of the deafening volume of the music. Due to this, the containment and deactivation of SCP-XXXX were delayed. 10 minutes after the music started playing, agent ████████ went deaf after prolonged exposure to intense volume. Taking advantage of the fact that he's immune to the effects of SCP-XXXX, agent ████████ quickly went into SCP-XXXX's cell and deactivated SCP-XXXX. After assessing SCP-XXXX's containment cell discovered that the noise activated the light in SCP-XXXX containment cell was broken and unable to light up notifying any nearby staff that SCP-XXXX was activated.

TEST LOGS

Test 92-Delta: Four D-class personnel were placed in a room with SCP-XXXX. When the D-class personnel entered the room they were told to turn SCP-XXXX to station 107.1 and turn it on. Once the music from SCP-XXXX's start to play music all the D-class personnel in the cell started to brutally rip each other apart with their bare hands while SCP-XXXX played hardcore death metal. When SCP-XXXX was done playing the song all D-class personnel was all deceased because due to them assaulting each other: NO SURVIVORS.

Test 64-Theta: On the fourth of September 2004, one(1) D-class personnel was placed in a cell with a steel baseball bat and SCP-XXXX. Upon entering the cell with SCP-XXXX, D-2211 was told to pick up the baseball bat and attempt to destroy SCP-XXXX. When D-2211 picked up the baseball bat and was about to swing the bat and strike SCP-XXXX, but before D-2211 was able to swing the bat below D-2211's shoulders, SCP-XXXX started playing music similar to a circus music box that caused D-2211 to freeze. Upon playing of the music D-2211 began to violently bash at his own skull with the baseball bat. After 1 minute of repeated blunt force trauma to the skull, D-2211 died due to his injuries to himself.