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I didn’t listen to anything too particular. I have some music files that aren’t parts of albums with various “whatever” songs that I wanted to hear, and so I listened to those. Among them:
David Arkenstone’s “The Palantir” from the album “Music Inspired by Middle Earth”
The Buoy’s “Timothy”
John Cale’s “Heartbreak Hotel”
Jonathan Coulton’s “Re: Your Brains”
Nick Cave’s “Red Right Hand”
Sabres of Paradise “”Haunted
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I can already feel the post-Halloween blues comin’ on. I listened to about all the spooky stuff that I could, but I’m not sure I caught enough old (or new) scary movies. Maybe I can catch a couple more of those this weekend. I caught 1960’s “House of Usher” on TCM, watched a Hammer or two, and the “Evil Dead” remake was pretty intense. Also watched some non-traditional Universal horror … “Mad Made Monster”, “Cult of the Cobra”, “Tarantula”,
2 Days Till Halloween
Mort Garson - Black Mass - Lucifer (1971)
An early electronic classic.
Oh, I forgot … I need to listen to these radio shows! That should give me a good overview of all the great Halloween songs.
Dr. Demento - Demented Halloween Radio Show (1984)
Not sure where I found this, but I love it. I was 12 at the time, and I suspect I listened to this show which was featured on the nearby Top 40 station on
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Halloween is almost here! It’s been a good preseason … I’ve listened to more Halloween-related music than I’ve probably ever listened to before. I’ve seen plenty of Halloweenish flicks, from the old (The Inner Sanctum Mysteries with Lon Chaney, Jr. along with some old Universals) to the new (the Evil Dead remake which was pretty intense). I’ll be sad when it is over, but I’ve got a few more days to celebrate. Here’s some new stuff I found this
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Loop Noir – Paranormal Sound Design
This is a really interesting CD. Not necessarily spooky, but definitely eerie and unusual and electro-ambient.
Scary Sounds of Halloween (1991)
From K-Tel, a half-hour track. All the same screams and howls we’ve heard before. Nothing special.
Screamin' Halloween Sounds (1998)
Looks like another K-Tel, this one is 73 minutes. It has bits of narration here
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