I share your feelings of horror, and here's my take on the matter: we humans (for the most part anyway) are terrified by the idea of our own deaths. It's the great unknown that faces us all, and to hear it happen to someone else, to hear their final moments might in some way be illustrative to us on a very visceral level.
I listened to all the CVR recordings on the web site mentioned...most were too degraded to be discernible, but the few that were discernible were chilling. Will I bookmark the site? No. Do I ever want to listen to them again? Definitely not.
Years ago, when I was flying for the Army, we were doing a night exercise. One of the ships in the scout squadron flew into terrain and I heard it all...including the pilot's last words and other utterances. Those last moments played over, and over, and over in my head...but do you know what? They made me grateful to be alive, and they damned sure made me a far more meticulous aviator. They pretty much made a young and self-described "immortal" pilot become a sensible one.
There will always be those sick types that get some kind of thrill out of hearing such things (as Walter Mathau said to the bimbo in Fail Safe..."I know your type!") but that doesn't mean that we should delete posts or remove references...if nothing else, hearing those CVR recordings served as yet another reminder to me to make sure that I'm as thorough as I'm expected to be this weekend when I fly.
Those tapes will be on my mind, so, if that makes me safer in the skies then I applaud Flysaa for starting the thread.