My apologies, I became distracted and forgot your PM. Please forgive me.
I do not know which ones. I heard about the matter from a sermon from the links below, but I do not recall that the priest stated specifically which.
If you are concerned about some of your music or media, you must take to mind the following:
Does it have a bad effect on my spiritual life, or does it have a good effect? If it appears merely ‘neutral’ there is no such thing.
Does it contain anything which is considered blasphemous to God (which is never permitted), or anything which would tempt a normal or weak person to sin. Depicting some sins is permitted in media for demonstrative purposes when there is no danger that the depiction will lead to imitation, other sins are not permitted to be depicted because they by their very depiction can lead others to sin.
Is the music something which cheaply arouses the passions through flash and extravagance and has little artistic value or something which shows the hand of God? Would you feel comfortable playing it in the church vestibule (though not necessarily in church itself) – in other words, does it incline towards the sacred, or to the profane.
If you are having any problems in your life that you would attribute to a curse or demonic activity, one of the best ways to overcome it is to get rid of things in general until you have an uncluttered and spartan house – not only because of curses, and because of the profane, but because a luxurious life opens the avenues of sin through our love of things.