Frankie Stein and His Ghouls – Discography (1964-1965)
Old Time Rock ‘n Roll
Here’s the pitch … my friends and I are going to record a record of rock ’n’ roll dance songs. None of us are any good at writing lyrics, though. Instead of lyrics, we’re going to just throw some spooky sound effects on top of the music. Screams, howls, laughs, whistles, and just general weirdness. Then we’ll name each song with
Its August 2008 and there is only 78 more days to Underworlds first season! There is much to do so I decided to get organized and make this ToDo list. Here is the list:
After seeing many other professional home haunts such as Skull and Bone and ScareFX I thought of sticking to a Cemetery theme. My older haunts where also cluttered and overdone with sickening WalMart brand items. So I thought for the first year I would keep the haunt organized and professional.
Various Artists – Music for Dark Nights and Full Moons (2003)
This is one of those unusual mixes I found on somebody’s blog years ago … I don’t know who put this mix of tracks together, I don’t know whose blog I found it on … I just downloaded it, dug it, and kept it. This is not your father’s or grandfather’s Halloween music (which is what I often listen to).
The first seven tracks are beat-heavy drum ‘n bass tracks. Highlights here include “Dead by Dawn”
I'm so excited! My husband bought me a website for my birthday, domain name and all that stuff that you need that I don't understand. So now we're working on "tweaking" it. I'm just having a generic template with a few personal touches for now and after Halloween we'll completely redo it when we have time to work on it. Right now I just want to get it up and running and then get some things on it to sell. Until then, he's putting up a gallery of some of past stuff I've made so people
Various Artists compiled by Rob Zombie – Halloween Hootenanny (1998)
If you’ve been listening to Halloween music for awhile, you have probably noticed that in the 50’s and 60’s, an awful lot of musicians were recording horror-related songs. Look no further than compilation CD’s like “Monster Bop”, “Horror Hop”, and “The Ultimate 50’s and 60’s Rockin’ Horror Disc” to
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